The Origin of Looney Tunes’ “ACME”, The Slave Who Helped Make the Freedom Statue, Why the Monopoly Pieces are as They are and More

In this week’s “best of” our YouTube channel, we discuss the origin of the “ACME” brand name in Looney Tunes, the slave who helped make the famous Freedom Statue in Washington DC, why the Monopoly pieces are as they are, that time a tulip cost more than a house, and the truth about whales and their blowholes (aka, why Dory and Marlin really would have died.) Click here to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for many more videos like this.

The Origin of the ACME Brand

The Slave Who Helped Make the Freedom Statue

Why the Monopoly Pieces are as They are

That Time a Tulip Cost More Than a House

The Truth About Whales and Their Blowholes

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