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Famed Bankrobber John Dillinger Once was a Professional Baseball Player

Famed Bankrobber John Dillinger Once was a Professional Baseball Player

Guest July 2, 2013 19

Guest post by Gary Cieradkowski. Read more of his awesome articles at The Infinite Baseball Card Set. One of the many things I love about baseball is how many people that you know of,

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The History of Dentistry

The History of Dentistry

Guest December 7, 2012 8

This is a guest post by Shoshana Davis, a freelance contributor for TopDentists.com, the dental resource site of Everyday Health. Brushing your teeth after every meal, visiting the dentist for cleanings, and having a

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5 Bizarre Christmas Traditions

5 Bizarre Christmas Traditions

Guest December 4, 2012 10

Guest post by Jennie Reedy: holiday decorating consultant, author, and blogger. She recommends Charlotte Holiday Lighting Installation for residents of Charlotte, NC looking for professional holiday lighting installation. Christmas around the globe is celebrated

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The Origin of the Bicycle

The Origin of the Bicycle

Guest November 20, 2012 1

This is a guest post by Noah Wass- Plastics Engineer, bicycle expert, and owner of BikeInReview.com where you will find professional bike related reviews and interesting biking news.  Subscribe to his newsletter here. The

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Hawaiian Punch was Originally an Ice Cream Topping

Hawaiian Punch was Originally an Ice Cream Topping

Guest October 19, 2012 2

This is a guest post by Stacy Jameson Today I found out Hawaiian Punch was originally supposed to be used as an ice cream topping. The brand was originally “Leo’s Hawaiian Punch” sold under

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“Emoticons” is Short for “Emotive Icons”

“Emoticons” is Short for “Emotive Icons”

Guest October 8, 2012 3

This is a guest post contributed by Nissi Unger Today I found out “emoticons” is short for “emotive Icons”. One of the definitions of “emotive”, of course, is “appealing to or expressing emotion”, hence

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From 1860-1916 the Uniform Regulations for the British Army Required Every Soldier to have a Moustache

From 1860-1916 the Uniform Regulations for the British Army Required Every Soldier to have a Moustache

Guest August 11, 2012 13

Today I found out that uniform regulation in the British Army between the years 1860 and 1916 stipulated that every soldier should have a moustache. Command No. 1,695 of the King’s Regulations read: The

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