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The Billions Brazil Spent on World Cup Stadiums provided little to no long-term economic benefits.
Hong Xiuquan, a man thinking he was the younger brother of Jesus, led a rebellion in 1850 to establish his 'Heavenly Kingdom' in China. The conflict caused 20 million deaths, more than World War 1.
Google has found GPA's and test scores to be "worthless as a criteria for hiring"; they have teams where 14% of their employees haven't gone to college.
Ten days before Freddie Mercury died, Jim Beach, Queen's manager, met with him to discuss what could be done with his legacy. Freddie quipped, "You can do whatever you like with my image, my music, remix it, re-release it, whatever... just never make me boring."
If Bill Gates was a country he would be the #63 richest on earth.
There are more than 10,000 varieties of tomatoes.
On average, more Americans are killed by falling televisions than by terrorists.
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