• The Supreme Court has its own private basketball court on the top floor of the U.S. Supreme Court Building called "The Highest Court in the Land." (Yes)
  • The Cooke Monster's real name is Carl! (B.S. - it's Sid)
  • Walmart's employee acceptance rate is actually lower than the acceptance rate at Harvard! (Yes)
  • Vatican City has one of the highest crime rates in the world. (Yes)
  • Just like our speech, cows actually moo with regional accents. (Yes)
  • Jessica Alba, Katy Perry, Jennifer Aniston, Britney Spears and Rihanna all said no to big paychecks to pose nude for Playboy. (Yes)
  • Adam Sandler's occupation in the movie "Big Daddy" was a barber. (B.S., Toll Booth worker)
  • Miss Piggy was the Master of Ceremonies on the original "Muppet Show". (B.S., it was Kermit the Frog)
  • If you ate enough carrots, your skin could actually turn orange! (Yes)
  • There are more people in Bangladesh than in Russia. (Yes)
  • Bill Clinton's name is mentioned in Congress about 7.7 times per month. (B.S. - but Hitler's is)
  • Viagra actually works wonders to keep cut flowers fresh! (Yes)
  • While he was in graduate school, astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson considered becoming a stripper to earn extra money. (Yes)
  • The only actor to play the same role in both the movie and television versions of "M*A*S*H" was Harry Morgan. (B.S., Gary Burghoff)
  • Barbra Streisand's first movie was "What's Up Doc?". (B.S., Funny Girl)
  • The oldest hamburger chain restaurant in the United States is McDonalds. (B.S, it's White Castle)
  • The Beatles didn't legally break up until 1978. (B.S. - it was 1970)
  • Einstein's autopsy pathologist stole his brain and kept it for 40 years before returning it. (Yes)
  • Elvis Presley biggest selling single was "Love Me Tender." (B.S. - it was "It's Now or Never")
  • The Jackson Five was Motown's biggest selling group. (Yes)
  • Before becoming Elvis Presley's home, the primary use of the estate known as Graceland was as a church. (Yes)
  • The first James Bond film in which Roger Moore played the famous spy was, "The Man with the Golden Gun." (B.S. - it was "Live and Let Die!")
  • Vin Diesel's real name is Mark Vincent. (Yes)


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