The nickname “The Big Apple” comes from horse racing.
What is the most-fattening food that you can eat?
Over 2,500 stars line the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but how does someone get a star?
The Ulmer number is an equation to see if a star is an A+ star.
Ronald Reagan was asked to do a cameo in the third “Back to the Future” movie.
Toothpaste has a chemical that dulls sweet things.
A flock of geese can travel as much as 1,500 miles in a day.
The “Silent Generation” are those between 73 and 90 years old.
The Egg man might be Humpty Dumpty.
John Lennon wrote “I am the Walrus” as a goof!
Generics don’t have the overhead of the marketing expense.
West Virginia is in the bottom five.
A human was sent over 3 billion miles from Earth!
A study looked at those winning between $50,000 and $150,000.
The phrase goes back to a 1930s ad campaign.
David Seth Kotkin is better known as David Copperfield.
Carol Harper sent in this request as a nugget: “I often wonder who is Pete, and why do we do things for his sake?”
Salt was so important, it was used as money years ago.
Many trailer parks are found in what researchers call “transition” zones.
Calvin Coolidge is the only president to have been born on the Fourth of July, but three presidents died on that day.
Ella Fitzgerald once performed at the Merry Go Round nightclub on Youngstown’s west side.
Omega fatty acids is also known as Vitamin F.
189 million roses will be sold for Valentine’s Day.
“ROY G BIV” is the most popular memory trick.
7.5 billion people can fit into a relatively small space.
A study looked at baseball cards to determine if smiling makes you live longer.
William McKinley was a mail clerk at a post office near Poland, Ohio!
Coca-Cola’s yellow cap in the spring means it’s Kosher.
Brain cells could live over 200 years.
Speech and singing have different rhythms.