"The war will soon be over. I can't see why you're here, anyway," said the soldier, as they stood in silence in the trenches at night, watching out for the enemy. He was an older man with grey hair and a long scar running from his left eye across his cheek to his ear. He had seen a great deal of combat, though his face still bore traces of the wounds that had earned him those scars, which had never quite healed right.
The younger one, on the other hand, wore no uniform, just the clothes of a civilian who had been conscripted. "I'm not really sure what to think," he replied. "You were there when it all began; I've never seen a world like this."
"No ... but I've seen some incredible things, I guess. And I know some incredible things."
"Well, let me tell you these fifteen facts. Let's start with ... "
A factory in Japan has robots building robots.
The Queen of England was courted by Prince Phillip when he was 18, and she was 13.
A star shifted 50,000 light years away, far enough to not end all life on Earth.
Neil Armstrong almost didn’t make the NASA application deadline.
Boxers show affection by “boxing” at you with their paws.
A marketing firm forgot to buy a domain before spray painting the URL all over London.
James Cameron quit his day job and entered Hollywood after seeing Star Wars.
8.The inventor of Tickle Me Elmo was suspected by the FBI of being the Unabomber.
Real sharks terrorized the crew of Jaws II.
The CIA gave out Viagra in Afghanistan.
Slash considered joining Poison before Guns N’ Roses.
Yoko Ono put a stop to a Weird Al parody of a Beatles song.