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GregMiller

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Is it just me or does this string read like a script for the "Big Bang Theory?"
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:)
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Did you know that 'Yankee Doodle Dandy' was written by a British surgeon during the American war of Independence and was meant as a form of ridicule towards Washington's army?
These days we just send you Simon Cowell to pi** you all off. :)
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Thought everyone knew that :) Like everyone should know that the words to Amazing Grace fit right into the Gilligian's Island theme.
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Did you know?
Richard Nixon, in a classic slip of the tongue, read a line about the need to replace "the discredited present welfare program" as the need to replace the "discredited President," then corrected himself.
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I dunno!
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Micheal Keaton's real name is not Micheal Keaton. It is Micheal Douglass.
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Did you know...

Taken from Wikipedia

In the early 1990s, the UFC operated with limited rules. There was no biting, no eye gouging, and the system frowned on (but allowed) techniques such as hair pulling, headbutting, groin strikes and fish-hooking. In fact, in a UFC 4 qualifying match, competitors Jason Fairn and Guy Mezger agreed not to pull hair—as they both wore pony tails tied back for the match. Additionally, that same event saw a matchup between Keith Hackney and Joe Son in which Hackney unleashed a series of groin shots against Son while on the ground.
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Did you know that cats see the world in blue and green?
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Did you know?, :D that that GEEKSTOGO.COM is home of the geeks?
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Thanks for the method.Let me try with procedure...
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the licking your elbow thing is so complicated! o-o
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Did you know george washington was a slave holder?
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If you yelled for 8 years, 7 months and 6 days, you would have produced enough sound energy to heat one cup of coffee.
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Did you know,
The 'Black Box' flight recorder (which is not actually black more red / orange) was invented in Melbourne Australia in 1958 -

More Aussie facts will soon hit the pages -
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