20 High-Fiber Facts That Helped To Keep Us Regular

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20 High-Fiber Facts That Helped To Keep Us Regular

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Cats kill more birds than buildings do.

Pet and feral cats kill more birds than buildings. Up to 1 billion birds are killed per year in collisions with buildings, but Mr. Whiskers the tabby puts all the high rises and sky- scrapers to shame with his hunting skills. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

ABC Birds

Fashion companies sent Snooki purses from their competitors.

Purse makers sent Snooki their competitor's products. Various fashion houses engaged in preemptive product placement or unbranding, by sending the Jersey Shore star new purses from their competitors' collection. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Today

JFK’s campaign cleverly contested the accusation that he had Addison’s disease.

During the 1960 campaign, John F. Kennedy's opponents said he had Addison's disease. His doctors released a cleverly worded statement saying that he did not have Addison's disease caused by tuberculosis, and the matter was dropped. Не did have it, caused by a rare autoimmune disease. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

LA Times

Washington’s farewell party bar tab is still intact.

George Washington's® farewell party was a rager. According to the bar tab, the 55 attendees drank 54 bottles of Madeira, 60 bottles of claret, 8 of whiskey, 22 of Porter, 8 of hard cider, 12 of beer, and 7 bowls of alcoholic punch. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Reason

Voltaire exploited the French lottery to become wealthy.

Voltaire teamed up with a mathematician to exploit a loophole in the French lottery. The government shelled out massive prizes for the contest each month, but an error in calculation meant that the payouts were larg- er than the value of all the tickets in circulation. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

History

The first person to be arrested for selling pot got 4 years of hard labor.

Samuel Caldwell was the first person in America to be arrested for selling marijuana. Не was arrested in 1937 for selling two joints and was sentenced to a $1000 fine and four years of hard la- bor. This happened in Den- ver, Colorado, one of the first US states to legalize marijuana. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Leafly

Seven women are responsible for 95% of Europeans.

Seven women are the direct ancestors of 95% of people with European origins. Nearly all European men and women were de- scended from just seven females who lived be- tween 10,000 and 45,000 years ago, referred to as The Seven Daughters of Eve. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Worcester News

Any Rubik’s Cube can be solved in 20 moves.

No Rubik's Cube is farther than 20 moves from being solved. Every solver of the Cube uses an algorithm, which is a sequence of steps for solving the Cube. Every position of Rubik's Cube can be solved in twenty moves or less. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Cube 20

Marvel introduced a character called Jihad on September 1st, 2001.

Eleven days before the 9/11 attacks, Marvel introduced a character named Jihad. Jihad is an extra-dimen- sional magic-wielder who seeks to conquer all other dimensions. Не kind of looks like if Shrek wished to become a Genie at the end of Aladdin. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Koimoi

Lightning strikes increase mushroom size and population.

Simulating lightning strikes can lead to an increase in mushroom numbers, and size. By using a Small Popula- tion Lightning Generator that runs on AA batteries, Japanese researchers were able to wheel the device through the forest, admin- istering 50kV electric puls- es to the ground. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Cornell

Daisy Ridley was in a CPR video before Star Wars.

Daisy Ridley acted in an interactive CPR video before becoming famous. The star of the Star Wars sequels was featured in Lifesaver, a free, interac- tive course that gave com- puter users choices that af- fected the outcome of a re- alistic emergency situa- tion. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Lifesaver

The real Spider-Man scaled the Sears Tower with suction cups.

A man in a homemade Spider-Man costume climbed the Sears Tower with suction cups. Alain Goodwin was arrested at the top after the sev- en-hour climb and was later charged with trespassing. Goodwin did the climb to call attention to shortcom- ings in high-rise rescue and firefighting techniques. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

NY Times

The NFL voluntarily ended their tax-exempt status.

The NFL was a non-profit organization until 2015. NFL I The League voluntarily gave up their non-profit stance, which enabled them to avoid paying tax- es, to gain an extra layer of secrecy about their inner financial workings. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Washington Post

Dickens lived during a period of particularly snowy Christmases.

Charles Dickens was born during a little Ice Ag,e. Although not a true Ice Age, the 16th to 19th cen- turies entered a cold peri- od, which explains why it snowed on the first of Dickens' 8 Christmases, hence the white Christ- mas tradition. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Science Daily

Conspiracy theorists say the Nintendo president ordered the murder of the Game Boy creator.

A conspiracy theory exists that says the creator of the Game Boy was murdered by the Yakuza. SELECT START VIRTUALBOY. As the story goes, Nin- tendo's President Gun- pei Yokoi hired the Yakuza to murder Gun- pei Yokoi for the fail- ure of the Nintendo Virtual Boy. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Kotaku

Cameron nailed phones to the wall during the filming of “Avatar.”

James Cameron would destroy any cell phone that rang during the filming of Avatar. Sam Worthington said that if a mobile phone rang during filming, Cameron would nail it to the wall with a nail gun. Cameron has been accused of having a temper by those he's worked with, including Kate Winslet. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

Independent

A Mexican immigrant is Texas’ most decorated WWI veteran.

The most decorated WWI veteran from Texas was an undocumented Mexican immigrant. When the Army realized that Marcelino Serna was a Mexican national, he was offered a dis- charge. Serna, however, chose to stay with his new friends. CRACKED NOW YOU KNOW

NBC

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