Yeah, there are some extreme ones out there. My grandma followed Sai Baba for years.
Oct. 20th mind blowing random thought of the day: In 1916, President Warren G. Harding, then a Senator from Ohio during the Republican National Convention as the keynote speaker, coined the term “founding fathers” to describe the men who originally formed the United States Government and drafted its constitutional documents.
Oct. 21st mind blowing random thought of the day: According to Time Magazine, it costs Americans an average of $43 to sit in the waiting room at a hospital.
How much does it cost to stand?
Lol, theres probably a fee for that too!
It’s probably only a stand(ard) fee:)
Oct. 22nd mind blowing random thought of the day: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a professional pool player with over 20 years of experience, which he used to impress fellow club and bar goers while spreading his message of civil rights.
Oct. 23rd mind blowing random thought of the day: Samsung’s business establishments account for 15% of South Korea’s entire economy.
Ha this funny
The world’s largest totem pole was raised in Victoria (BC) in 1994 and stands 54.94 metres tall (180.2 feet).
Mind Blowing Random Fact: If you are in South Florida, and are drunk in a grocery store, you can be charged with “Drunk In Publix”.
Oct. 24th mind blowing random thought of the day: The oldest condom ever discovered has been dated back to the year 1640, was made from pig intestine, and would be washed regularly with milk to be later reused.
Bring a whole new meaning to sausage casings
Mind Blowing Thought: While the Hyena appears related to dogs and wolves, it is actually more closely related to the mongoose and meerkat. They are more closely related to a house cat, than they are to a dog.
In that vein, Bears are closest related to pinnipeds (seals/walruses… etc) , canids (dogs), and musteloids (weasels/martens/skinks).
For sure just tried it of course. You are correct.
FACT: viagra dissolved in water, can make cut-flowers stay erect for en entire week longer than they normally would stay up for. Don’t believe me? Try it. No joke.
Oct. 25th mind blowing random thought of the day: Published in 1975, mystery writer Agatha Christie’s famed literary detective Hercule Poirot is the only fictional character to have received an official obituary on the front page of The New York Times.