1. According to the RIAA, the Beatles have sold more than 106 million albums in the U.S. alone — more than any other artist in this century.
2. ATM fees – Americans spend $7 Billion a year getting their own money out of cash machines
3.When physics Professor Jack H. Hetherington learned he couldn’t be the sole author on a paper (because he used words like “we” “our”), rather than rewriting the paper he added his cat as an author.
4. Vinyl was so scarce and expensive in the USSR that bootleggers figured out a way to print records on old discarded X-ray films.
5. According to 1991 developmental psychology Inc. Newborn babies choose to look at attractive faces over plain ones – suggesting that recognizing appealing faces is hardwired at birth.