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On April 18th, 1930, the BBC reported that there wasn't any news for that day. They then played piano music instead.
There have been over 2000 nuclear tests worldwide since 1945.
One of the first hoaxes to reach a mass audience through the Internet was a falsified AP press release in 1994 that claimed Microsoft was going to buy the Roman Catholic Church in exchange for an “unspecified number of shares” of its common stock.
LA County is larger than Delaware and Rhode Island combined.
The mass-production of Spandex in the 1990's almost "ruined America's money" by contaminating the denim used to make paper currency.
The opposite of ambidextrous is ambisinistrous, the trait of being clumsy with both hands.
The Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang, North Korea started construction in 1987, stopped in 1992, and after 16 years(April 2008), Egyptian company Orascom finished the pyramid shaped exterior, but the interior still hasn't been finished after 28 years.
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