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Did You Know – 11/12/2012

1.  WD – 40 is not patent protected. This avoids completely disclosing its ingredients, making it harder for companies to mimic. There is a popular urban legend that the key ingredient in WD-40 is fish oil.
Rocket Chemical Company was founded in 1953. In 1969, John S. Barry, on becoming President and CEO, changed the name to WD-40 Company after what was then its only product

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2. Warner Chappel Music owns the copyright to the song ‘Happy Birthday’. They make over $1 million in royalties every year from the commercial use of the song.
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3. You know why the letters on the keyboard are not arranged in the form of A-Z, because the inventor of the typewriter was Qwert Yuiop, he just wrote his name in the first row and arranged the rest according to the order they come in english.
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4. Go, Is the shortest complete sentence in the English Language.
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5. There are no clocks in Las Vegas gambling casinos. (Not where the Patrons can see them.)
Reason being they want you to just gamble away freely with out time constrictions.
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6. Queen Lydia Liliuokalani was the last reigning monarch of the Hawaiian Islands. She was also the only Queen the United States ever had.
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Did You Know – 12/12/2011


1. The first domain name ever registered on the internet was symbolics.com – Source


2. Warner Chappel Music owns the copyright to the song “Happy Birthday”. They make over $1 million in royalties every year from the commercial use of the song – Source


3. If you are struck by lightning, your skin will be heated to 28,000 degrees Centigrade, hotter than the surface of the Sun. Source


4. A donkey can sink into quicksand but a mule can’t. Why you may ask? A Donkey will sink in quick sand because it will struggle and cause itself to sink, while a mule will remain calm and only partially stuck. Source


5. Whether it was a casual walk or to a formal dinner to White House, Albert Einstein never wore socks. Source

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