Lorne Michaels was once married to Rosie Schuster.
The right side of the brain controls the left side of the body.
The left side of the brain controls the right side of the body.
There are 256 colours in your typical web palette...ish.
Idi Amin was thrown out of Uganda in 1979 (burp.)
At Camp Summerland, the craft of making bracelets with plastic lace was called "Gimp."
Pig spelled backwards is "Gip."
Mercury goes retrograde 3 times a year making a mess of things. (Like the coding and text layout on this page for instance ... ugly, no? See how this lettering is butting up against the number 260? And the table cell is being stretched WAY out of proportion, making it look like I don't know how to code. This just wouldn't happen under normal circumstances when Mercury goes in the right direction. But I tell you, when it appears from the planet Earth's vantage point that Mercury is going the wrong way -- it's closer to the sun, eh, so it does that kind of trompe l'oeil like when a wagon wheel looks like it's going the wrong way but it isn't -- all things go haywire. Afterall, Mercury is the God of Communication. And well, you're e-mail will probably go down and you'll miss your train, or your reservation will be lost at the airport... you get my drift. Anyway, that's Mercury Retrograde.)
The 24th of June is Saint Jean Baptiste Day.
Ken Linsman's nickname was "The Rat."
1960 was "The Year of the Rat."
Joe Clark is married to Maureen McTeer.
Jamie Lee Curtis is Janet Leigh's and Tony Curtis's daughter.
Tippi Hedren's real name is Nathalie Hedren.
Tippi Hedren's daughter is Melanie Griffith.
2 plus 6 equals 8.
Stephen Leacock called Orillia "Mariposa."
Men who give blood are less prone to heart trouble.
The gibbon monkey is the smallest, most agile ape.
Aphid and apocalypse are on the same page in my dictionary.
A crocodile's snout is more narrow than an alligator's snout.
Don Adams is the voice of Tennessee Tuxedo.
Spinach is chock-full of iron.
Carrot juice is chock full of calcium.
Chock is chock full of calcium.
Randy Bachman is the 'B' in BTO.
C.F. "Fred" Turner is the 'T' in BTO.
The Replacements are lovingly referred to as 'The Mats.'
Corn cobs always have an even number of corn rows.
The 'P' in ptomaine is silent.
The 'P' in ptarmigan is silent.
Herons eat fish and chip(munk)s.
Velour is a fabric that resembles velvet.
Chevy Chase used to play drums with the Steely Dan dudes.
Racoons are nocturnal animals.
The Waitresses did the theme to "Square Pegs."
Simon Jones is not related to Terry Jones.
Cambridge is the amalgamation of Galt, Hespler and Preston.
Mac is a colloquialism for Mackintosh.
Lleyton Hewitt is the youngest number 1 dude in men's tennis.
"Toronto" comes from Lake Simcoe's early name "Taranteau".
George Harrison's production house is "Hand Made Films."
Peanut soup is a Virginia specialty.
Snow shovelling burns about 15 calories a minute.
King James I was the son of Mary Queen of Scots.
Ken Dryden won the Calder Trophy after he won the Stanley Cup.
Tony Esposito won the Calder Trophy after he won the Stanley Cup.
Danny Grant won the Calder Trophy after he won the Stanley Cup.