In 2004, Jon Stewart went on CNN’s TV show Crossfire and criticized hosts Tucker Carlson and Paul Begala for the partisan and sensationalized nature of the show. The show was cancelled next year, with the President of CNN citing and agree with many of Stewart’s points.
Quentin Tarantino has confirmed that all his films are secretly connected.
Stephen King has written a children’s book using a pseudonym and reviewed it as himself.
When Agatha Christie mysteriously disappeared in 1926, the police asked Arthur Conan Doyle to help find her.
Hitler admired Disney cartoons. He was delighted when Joseph Goebbels gifted him eighteen Mickey Mouse films as a Christmas present in 1937.
Some free range turkey farms use alpacas to guard their flocks from foxes, since alpacas are extremely territorial and will accept the turkeys as part of their herd, defending them by chasing off predators.
British director Ken Russell was once challenged to create a film that even he would want to see banned. The result was “A Kitten for Hitler”.
On his second day in office, President Jimmy Carter pardoned all evaders of the Vietnam War drafts.
In response to Britain sending their convicts to America in the 1700s, Benjamin Franklin suggested sending back shiploads of rattlesnakes to return the favor.