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2425 Tom Cruise-Tom Cruise once witnessed an unknown pedestrian get hit by a car that fled the scene, summoned an ambulance, followed it, and paid the victim’s $7,000 emergency room bill once he discovered she was uninsured.

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2426 Russian ISS-All U.S. Astronauts are required to learn Russian as part of their extensive training, and have to be able to run the ISS using Russian-language training manuals if necessary.

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2427 Rachel McAdams-Attempting to escape the clutches of wearing a tight corset every morning while filming Sherlock Holmes (2009), Rachel McAdams would trick the costumers by pushing her stomach out or eating a big breakfast of oatmeal before being laced up. However, they eventually caught on to her ruse.

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2428 Pitch Drop-Pitch is a viscous liquid which flows extremely slowly. In an experiment started in 1930, only 9 drops have dripped; the latest being April 17, 2014. John Mainstone, who oversaw the experiment, missed observing the drops fall three times, by a day in 1977, by just five minutes in 1988 and, perhaps most annoying, in 2000, when the webcam that was recording it was hit by a 20-minute power outage.

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2429 Kenya Baby dog-In 2005, a newborn baby abandoned in the forest in Kenya for 2 days was rescued by a stray dog who carried the baby all the way back to her own litter of puppies before she was discovered by the authorities.

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2430 Ants on stilts-Scientists attached stilts to the legs of ants to prove that ants return to their nests by counting their steps. The ants with stilts overshot their nest by roughly 50% due to the new length of their steps.

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2421 Thomas and Michael Skakel-In 1975, a 15-year-old girl was beaten to death, with the primary suspects in the murder being Kennedy-Cousins Thomas and Michael Skakel. Although Michael Skakel was overheard in 1978 stating, “I'm going to get away with murder. I’m a Kennedy”, it was not until 2002 that he was convicted.

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2422 Clint Eastwood-Clint Eastwood once ran for mayor of the small town of Carmel in California. Part of his campaign promise was overturning a ban on ice cream parlors. He won.

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2423 Sean Connery-Michael Caine once held Sean Connery’s coat while the James Bond star single-handedly beat up four men in a nightclub.

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2424 Mika Brzezinski-In 2007, Mika Brzezinski (a MSNBC news anchor) refused to report on the lead story of Paris Hilton’s release from jail, then after being pressured again to do the story, she attempted to light the script on fire on live television.

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2415 Heath Ledger-In director Terry Gilliam's 2009 film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell each played the character initially portrayed by their friend Heath Ledger, who died before the film was completed. All three actors gave their salaries to Ledger’s daughter, Matilda.

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2416 Duke of Wellington-After defeating Napoleon at Waterloo, the Duke of Wellington went on to seduce two of Napoleon's former mistresses and was presented Napoleon's sword and a saucy painting of his sister at the war's end. One mistress is quoted as having preferred the Duke in bed.

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2417 Dieffenbachia-The poison from dieffenbachia a.k.a. mother-in-law plant can cause temporary inability to speak.

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2418 Mike Kurtz-Mike Kurtz, an American burglar, found out that eating common soap could produce the effect of ill health. His sudden and unexplainable weight loss and other symptoms baffled the prison doctors and he was able to fool officials that he was dying and received a pardon.

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2419 Megan Fox-To prepare for her role as a possessed living-dead teenager in Jennifer's Body, Megan Fox lost around 15 lbs, bringing her weight down to a near-frail 97 lbs, and stayed out of the sun. The demon who possesses Jennifer closely resembles a succubus from Sumerian mythology. It is said that they seduce men, and fornicate with them until they are “drained.”

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2420 Robert Cook-In 2006, a 22 year-old Skydiver named Robert Cook saved his student’s life by acting as a human shield. Knowing that the plane was in free fall, he calmed the girl by talking to her, wrapped his arms around her and supported her head, before twisting his body mid-crash so that he took the force of impact. She survived, but everyone else on the plane died.

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2411 Denmark Mincraft-In 2014, the Danish government recreated their entire country in Minecraft. It took 4 trillion blocks to build. However, it was discovered that you could use TNT Minecarts on the server. Almost immediately people started blowing up towns, and planting American flags and tanks over the ruins.

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2412 Oliver Sipple-In 1975, a decorated US Marine named Oliver Sipple saved President Gerald Ford from assassination when he noticed as a bystander that a woman next to him had drawn and leveled a pistol at Ford. His life was then ruined when the media ousted him as gay.

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2413 George Lucas-When George Lucas tried to expand his production company studios in California’s wealthy Marin County, but the rich neighbors refused to let George build it. Therefore Lucas has decided to build affordable housing.

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2414 Oskar Speck-A man named Oskar Speck kayaked from Germany to Australia between 1932-1939, only to arrive and be detained as a POW due to the outbreak of WW2.

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