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Fact of the Day– March 31

The longest recorded flight of a chicken was 301 feet and lasted 13 seconds.  More random facts about chickens can be found here.

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Fact of the Day– March 30

Did you know that in 1952 Albert Einstein was offered the Presidency of Israel?  Einstein declined, stating that “”I am deeply moved by the offer from our State of Israel, and at once saddened and ashamed that I cannot accept it.” Who knows– maybe the noted brainiac could have dreamed up a solution and brought […]

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State of the Tantrum

Thanks for continuing to make RagingTantrum.com part of your online life! We’re pleased with the amount of readers & subscribers we’ve had.

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Fact of the Day– March 26

Cockroaches can live for days with their heads cut off. According to this study, some have lived as long as a couple of weeks after decapitation.

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Fact of the Day– March 25

Here’s a random Presidential fact for you: Warren Harding, the 29th US President, played poker at least twice a week– and once gambled away an entire set of White House china.  His advisors were nicknamed the “poker cabinet” because they joined the president in his poker games. More here.

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The Gummy Bear Song. This WILL Stick in Your Head.

This is stupid and pointless, but we found it amusing. Warning: it will stick in your head and annoy you for the rest of the day.

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Fact of the Day– March 24

More dumb laws, this time from the state of Florida:

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Fact of the Day– March 23

The University of Wyoming opened as a college before Wyoming had even become a state. More here.

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Fact of the Day– March 20

Apples are more efficient than caffeine at waking you up in the morning. They’re also healthier for you (and often cheaper) than a cup of coffee. So kick that coffee habit and wake up with an apple tomorrow! More here.

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Fact of the Day– March 19

March Madness has begun!

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