File this under Most Badass President in the History of Ever: A gunman attempted to assassinate President Theodore Roosevelt while he gave a speech in Milwaukee. He finished giving the speech with the bullet lodged in his chest. On a related note, no, you cannot leave work early because you have a cold.
The Tuna “Surprise”: According to Uk’s Daily Mail, lunches offered to prisoners are more than five times healthier than lunches given to public school elementary children due to a greater serving of fruits and vegetables.
Over-exposure: More pictures are taken every two minutes than were recorded in the entire 19th century.
Mon Dieu! France was executing people via guillotine as late as 1977. Kinda makes me feel better about Texas, which executes five times as many prisoners as any state in the US.
On Easter, 76 percent people bite off the chocolate bunny ears first, while 5 percent bite the feet first and 4 percent eat the tail first.
Easter Sunday is the second biggest chocolate eating day of the year, next to Halloween.
Where are they now? The Breakfast Club is approaching it’s 30th anniversary. According to IMDB, in a cut scene, Carl the janitor predicts where each character would end up 30 years later: “Bender will have killed himself, Claire will have had 2 boob jobs and a face lift, Brian will have become very successful but die of a heart attack due to the stress of the high paying job. Allison will be a great poet but no one will care, and Andrew will marry a gorgeous airline stewardess who will become fat after having kids.”
Harvard-Schmarvard: The Atlantic reports that the best bang for your student loan buck is a Bachelor of Science from Harvey Mudd College. “The small California science and engineering school, is the most valuable college degree in America,” Derek Thompson reports.