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2721 Monica Bellucci-At 51 years of age, Monica Bellucci in Spectre becomes the oldest ever actress to play a leading Bond Girl role beating Honor Blackman who was thirty-seven years old when she starred in Goldfinger. She is four years older than Daniel Craig.

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2722 Multilingual-Multilinguals who speak two or more languages change their personality when they change language.

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2723 Google searches-Google searches for ‘Tinder’ peak at 12.30 a.m., ‘porn’ at 1.30 a.m. and ‘lonely’ at 2.30 a.m.

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2724 Charlie Chaplin-The X-Files episode ‘Home’ which was about a murderous inbred family was loosely based on a story from Charlie Chaplin’s autobiography where a family introduced him to their quadruple amputee son by pulling him out from under a bed after which he “flopp[ed] around” while they sang and danced.

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2725 Oskar Speck-In 1932, Oskar Speck was an unemployed contractor in Germany who left via kayak to seek work, but en route changed his plan and decided to see the world. By 1939 he kayaked all the way to Australia. Unbeknown to him, WW2 started and upon arrival, he was detained as an enemy foreigner until WW2 ended.

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2727 Pot8os-There was a famous 18th century racehorse named Potoooooooo. His original name was Potatoes. Potatoes acquired the strange spelling of his nickname, Pot-8-Os, when a stable lad was asked to write it on a feed bin. The lad's version, Potoooooooo, was said to amuse his lordship so he kept it.

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2728 Oakland Auckland-A 21-year old Sacramento college student boarded the wrong plane in Los Angeles and found himself en route to Aukland, New Zealand instead of Oakland, California. The accents of the airline staff resulted in the word “Aukland” being pronounced as “Oakland” which confused the flyer.

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2729 Judy the Pointer-A dog called Judy was the only dog to be registered as a Prisoner of War during WWII and helped save the lives of her Navy crew following a bombing raid. She also saved the lives of numerous prisoners by actively attacking any and all guards attempting to deliver beatings to POWs. Judy also had to survive in the jungles of Sumatra for a while after being sentenced to death.

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2730 Bin Laden Death-Navy Seals who carried out the Bin Laden kill mission, forgot to bring a tape measure and had to measure Laden’s height by making a six feet tall Seal lie down next to Laden’s corpse.

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2733 NFL Pink Ribbon-In a report from 2013, most of the funds raised by the NFL don’t fund cancer research. In the end, after everybody has taken their cut, only 8.01% of money spent on pink NFL merchandise is actually going towards cancer research.

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2734 Orca Shark Killer-An orca killed a Great White Shark near California’s Farallon Islands in 2000. The smell of the dead shark’s carcass caused all nearby great whites to vanish. A great white with a satellite tag in the area was seen to immediately dive to a depth of 500 meters and then swam to Hawaii.

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2735 Biohazard symbol-Charles Baldwin, designer of the international Biohazard symbol, said regarding his design, “We wanted something that was memorable but meaningless, so we could educate people as to what it means.”

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2736 Chocolate Milk-Chocolate milk was invented by an Irishman while visiting Jamaica in the 1680s. Locals mixed cocoa with water, which Hans Sloane found nauseating. So instead he mixed it with milk to make it more pleasant. He brought the recipe to England, where it was made and sold by pharmacists as medicine.

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2737 Strawberry generation-Strawberry generation is a Chinese term for anyone who is born after 1981. Named after strawberries because strawberries “bruise easily” and they cannot withstand social pressure or work hard like their parents’ generation.

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2738 Professor Umbridge-Novelist Stephen King said that Professor Umbridge from the Harry Potter series is the “greatest make-believe villain to come along since Hannibal Lecter.”

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2739 Psychopath Brain-Dr. James Fallon, a neuroscientist studying the brains of psychopathic killers scanned his own brain as a control, only to discover that he himself was a psychopath. When he told friends and family, the universal response was, “That explains a lot.”

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2740 Belgian Colonists-Belgian Colonists cut the hands of children if villages did not meet Rubber Quotas in Congo.

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2731 Jennifer Lawrence-Jennifer Lawrence’s nickname on the set of the “The Hunger Games” was “Katpiss Neverclean.”

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2732 Willy Coppens-Belgian ace Willy Coppens was known for his skills as a balloon buster, with 34 kills to his credit. During WW1, Germany deployed observers in hot air balloons to radio back on enemy action. Each balloon was guarded by anti-aircraft batteries, squadrons of fighters and booby trapped with silk-covered kites. He once landed on a balloon and took off before destroying it. To kill him, Germans hatched a plan to fill a balloon full of explosives so that when he destroyed it, the explosion and the fireball will kill him. In spite of knowing this plan, he destroyed the balloon and escaped, but the fireball and explosion killed a dozen German officers who were observing from below.

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