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It was the fans who killed Robin Robin is an opinion-splitting character amongst fans, and in 1988 readers were given their say on what happened to the character. In a four-issue arc titled A Death in the Family, the fate of Jason Todd, the second incarnation of Robin, lay in the hands of reader...
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The King of Diamonds  Also known as King of Coins, he is presumably Julius Caesar, a famous Roman dictator who reigned from October 49 BC to March 15 44 BC. He was assassinated by a group of senators led by his former known ally Marcus Brutus. The King of Hearts Also known as King of Cups, he is...
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  1. Dr. Seuss' real name is Theodore Seuss Geisel. 2. "Oh, the Places You'll Go" sells about 200,000 copies a year, mostly because of its popularity as a high school and college graduation gifts.  3. "The Cat in the Hat" uses 225 words and "Green Eggs and Ham" uses exactly 50.  In case you were ...
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These army pilots fly the most demanding helicopter in existence. Only 3% of existing army helicopter pilots qualify to fly it. Trainees have to learn to train their eyes to work independently of each other - while the right eye sees flight and weapons information in the helmet's monocle, the le...
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1. The oldest known pearl jewelry was found in the sarcophagus of a Persian princess who died in 520 BC. It’s currently on display at the Louvre in Paris and is believed to have magical properties! 2. Pearls are extremely unique because they’re the only gemstone made from living creatures turned...
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Truck drivers who transport milk from a farm to a milk processing plant are also known as milkmen. Raw milk is picked up daily, or every other day.[1] Milk deliveries frequently occur in the morning and it is not uncommon for milkmen to deliver products other than milk such as eggs, cream, chees...
01/11/2015
A towering figure in Mormonism, Brigham Young (1801-1877), began his professional career as a carpenter and painter. Baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1832, he was ordained an apostle in 1835. After the assassination of Joseph Smith in 1844, Young was chosen...
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Nicknames Reagan had several nicknames growing up. His parents and friends called him “Ronnie,” since he was a chubby little boy with a Dutch boy haircut. As he got older he had the nickname of “Dutch” because of his Dutch boy haircut. As an adult he got the nickname of the "Gipper" when he play...
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  In total there have been 37 different animals featured in Barnum's Animal Crackers since 1902. The current crackers are tiger, cougar, camel, rhinoceros, kangaroo, hippopotamus, bison, lion, hyena, zebra, elephant, sheep, bear, gorilla, monkey, polar bear, seal and giraffe. To celebrate its 100...
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An "ace" is a pilot who has shot down five or more enemy aircraft. The top jet ace in U.S. Air Force history is Joseph C. McConnell, a "Triple ace" who shot down sixteen MiG fighters during the Korean War. He did this over a four-month period in 1953—including downing three MiGs on his last missi...
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