A young Japanese boy named Yuuki saved many lives in his village warning people of an incoming tsunami. When they didn’t listen to him, he set fire to stacks of rice in order to panic them and get them up the mountain.
When Andrew Lloyd Weber was writing the sequel to “The Phantom of the Opera”, a kitten climbed on his digital piano and deleted the entire score.
The widow of the inventor of the Winchester rifle built a house with mazes and dead end staircases to confuse the ghosts of the people who were killed by her husbands rifles.
Cunningham’s Law states, “the best way to get the right answer on the Internet is not to ask a question, it’s to post the wrong answer.”
The theory of an infinite universe was first proposed by a Greek philosopher named Archytas of Tarentum ~400 B.C., reasoning that even if he did reach the end of the universe he would still be able extend his staff beyond the boundary.
Alfred Hitchcock was notoriously hard on actors. He was once quoted as saying, “Actors are cattle”—a quip that stirred up a huge outcry. In response, he issued this correction: “I have been misquoted. What I really said is, ‘Actors should be treated as cattle.’”
5% of the population is indifferent to music, showing no physical or emotional response.
In 1989, Donald Trump paid $85,000 for an ad pushing death penalty for 14 year old boy who was later exonerated of the crime. Even though proven innocent through DNA testing, Trump still refuses to apologize.
Up to 100,000 people in Hong Kong live in “Cage Homes” – a 6ft x 2ft metal cage covering a bed.
South Korea ranks 3rd in global suicide rates, and the biggest cause for youths? Bad scores related to an extremely difficult universal university entrance exam.
There was a pig farmer who murdered 49 women and fed them to his friends.
During the Cold War America used bears to test their ejector seats in supersonic jets.
The first person to ever unlock an iPhone was 17 year old George Hotz, who subsequently traded it for 3 more iPhones and a Nissan 350z.
A serial killer in Southern California is alleged to have used some flesh from one of his victims in chili he made to for a chili cook-off. He won.