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This is everything I know
  1. Though Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin was born in Sandpoint, Idaho.
  2. Poet John Heywood penned, "An ill wind that bloweth no man to good," in 1546.
  3. The Dewey Decimal System was developed by Melvil Dewey in 1876.
  4. The word solstice comes from the Latin sol (sun) and sistere (to stand still.)
  5. John Cusack played the role of Hoops McCann in the movie, One Crazy Summer.
  6. The earliest snowfall on record for Toronto was Oct. 21, 1969 with 7.1 cm.
  7. A "berk" is an idiot, a cockney slang word from the rhyme, "Berkshire Hunt." (Say no more)
  8. To prorogue a Parliament is to suspend it without dissolving it (ie: RUN AWAY!)
  9. Billboard Magazine premiered its all-genre singles chart, "The Hot 100," in August 1958.
  10. Mojo Magazine was first published on October 15, 1993.
  11. Keith Moon died in September 1978 after dining with Paul and Linda McCartney.
  12. Jazz pianist, Vince Guaraldi was an army cook in the Korean War.
  13. Lemon juice is sometimes used to relieve the pain of bee stings.
  14. Alan Moore created the 12-part Watchmen series published by DC comics.
  15. The Beatles' songs, "Slow Down" and "Dizzy Miss Lizzie" were written by Larry Williams.
  16. Mickey Rooney's real name is Joseph Yule, Jr.
  17. The Harvest Moon is the full moon nearest the autumn equinox.
  18. Gerry Rafferty was the original producer of Richard and Linda Thompson's Shoot Out the Lights.
  19. Mr. Dithers is Dagwood Bumstead's boss in the comic strip Blondie.
  20. Earth Hour began in Sydney, Australia in 2007.
  21. Antonio Vivaldi wrote "Le quattro stagioni," The Four Seasons, in 1723.
  22. The robin (Turdus migratorius) is a migratory songbird of the thrush family.
  23. The tulip is associated with Holland, but both the flower and its name originated in the Persian empire.
  24. In cricket, a sundry is a run scored by a means other than a batsman hitting the ball.
  25. A twit is a weak or thin place in yarn caused by uneven spinning. It's also a silly bunt.
  26. John Henry "Doc" Holliday was a gambler and a gunfighter. Oh, and a dentist too.
  27. Rick Danko was born in Green's Corners, just outside of Simcoe, Ontario.
  28. In badminton, the shuttlecock is struck by the players with their racquets. Ouch!
  29. Bud Light Lime was introduced to the world in 2008. Lime B'light.
  30. The Arizona State Bird is the Cactus Wren.
  31. The meat of a pig with H1N1 poses no risk of infection when properly cooked.
  32. In 1996, Time Magazine named Salon Magazine the best website of the year.
  33. Dick Ebersol of NBC Olympics is married to Susan Saint James. Kate. Or Allie. Or Wife...
  34. Thomas Crapper made the first toilet out of cedar because it smelled nice and felt kinda warm.

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