History often doesn't make a lick of sense. Vikings were into judicatin'. The dictionary was written by a madman. Mother Theresa was a faithless husk. But one thing always remained true: Christopher Lee was one slick operator.
How could Mother Theresa, a Nobel Peace Prize-winning, three-quarters canonized woman, manage to keep her faith while waddling elbow deep in the hellish conditions of Indian poverty? It turns out she didn't.
"Shortly after Mother Theresa's death, her Vatican caretakers found dozens of letters written by her, along with a note that said they should all be burned without reading. Naturally, such instructions can only lead to one thing: The letters were immediately and gleefully ripped open to see what she had to hide."
Be glad you never stuck a quarter in "Polybius" because: 1) Your brain might have melted and, 2) THEY would know.
"Kids hooked on the game began experiencing side effects like nausea, sleep disturbance and aversion to video games. Some sources claim the side effects were more violent: selective amnesia, horrifying nightmares, suicidal tendencies and 'the inability to become sad.'"