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  • 1887 Gulf clean-up
    1887 Gulf clean-up
  • 3524 Aerosmith-Aerosmith earned more money from Guitar Hero than from any of their albums.
    3524 Aerosmith-Aerosmith earned more money from Guitar Hero than from any of their albums.
  • 3998 Octopi Surgery-Canada, the European Union and U.K. do not allow surgery to be performed on octopi without anesthesia due to their cognitive abilities.
    3998 Octopi Surgery-Canada, the European Union and U.K. do not allow surgery to be performed on octopi without anesthesia due to their cognitive abilities.
  • 1146 North Korean Escapees
    1146 North Korean Escapees
  • 994 Loki vs Goat
    994 Loki vs Goat
  • 3514 Eduardo Saverin-Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin renounced his U.S. citizenship to avoid paying $700 million in taxes.
    3514 Eduardo Saverin-Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin renounced his U.S. citizenship to avoid paying $700 million in taxes.
  • 3617 Babe Ruth-In 1930, Babe Ruth signed a contract for a record breaking $80,000. He was asked by a reporter what he thought of his yearly salary being more than President Hoover’s $75,000. His response was, “I know, but I had a better year than Hoover.”
    3617 Babe Ruth-In 1930, Babe Ruth signed a contract for a record breaking $80,000. He was asked by a reporter what he thought of his yearly salary being more than President Hoover’s $75,000. His response was, “I know, but I had a better year than Hoover.”
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    786BradPitt
  • During the 1920s a class president candidate at Harvard swallowed a live goldfish in a bid to win more votes. The stunt created a trend of goldfish swallowing which became so popular that eventually Massachusetts state legislature had to create a bill banning it.
    During the 1920s a class president candidate at Harvard swallowed a live goldfish in a bid to win more votes. The stunt created a trend of goldfish swallowing which became so popular that eventually Massachusetts state legislature had to create a bill banning it.
  • 2680 Rep. William Barksdale-In 1858, a massive brawl between more than 50 U.S. Representatives ended when a missed punch between two Reps knocked the wig off of Representative Barksdale's head. The embarrassed Barksdale accidentally replaced the wig backwards, causing both sides to erupt in spontaneous laughter.
    2680 Rep. William Barksdale-In 1858, a massive brawl between more than 50 U.S. Representatives ended when a missed punch between two Reps knocked the wig off of Representative Barksdale's head. The embarrassed Barksdale accidentally replaced the wig backwards, causing both sides to erupt in spontaneous laughter.