"The first step toward finding what you've lost is knowing where to look," said a voice that wasn't there. It sounded like the sort of thing that would have been on one of those cheesy late-night television infomercials. But this was real. And he was listening carefully because it seemed important and it was his last day here in this desert and he didn't want to go back to the world with no sunsets or moonrises or snow or trees or anything else that might make a difference between life and death. So he had been paying very close attention since waking up. And now, after several hours of walking, he thought maybe he had heard it again...
He turned his head to look behind him as he continued walking. No, there was nothing there. No sign of life whatsoever.
But ... there was the voice. Yes. Disembodied, but clear.
Suddenly, it started speaking to him. For some reason, it began rattling off a list of facts, starting with ...
Norway banned a Monty Python movie.
Those “Right To Repair” laws aren’t looking so great now, are they?
An ancient fish that lived with the dinosaurs is still around.
Body hair could grow as long as scalp hair, but it falls out before it can.
There is no confirmation that Bob The Builder is NOT Yakuza.
Norway does not stand for Greenwashing.
‘X-Men’ may have been a rip off of a DC property.
Madonna gave Weird Al an idea to parody one of her songs.
A nationwide manhunt was launched for Herb, a man who never had a Whopper.
A mummy being used as a sideshow attraction was found to be real.
A fake Paris was made to fool bombers during WWI.
There is a game that uses files on your computer as enemies.
A pilot punched a would-be hijacker in the face to save his plane.
The Rockefeller Christmas Tree is made into lumber for building homes.
Hummingbirds are always just hours away from starving to death.