34 Hot-Cross Trivia Tidbits to Tootle Through on Your Recorder

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34 Hot-Cross Trivia Tidbits to Tootle Through on Your Recorder

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EYELASH LIFE CYCLE GRAGKED.COM The lifespan of an eyelash can vary from 4 months to as long as 11 months. There are 3 phases of this lifespan: the growth phase, the degradation phase, and the telogen phase.

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THE UNIVERSE IS GETTING BIGGER, FASTER CRACKED.COM To continue that expansion thought... In the 1920s, Edwin Hubble discovered that the universe is expanding. Then in 1998, the Hubble Telescope studied distant supernovas and found that, a long time ago, the universe was expanding slower than it is today.

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The Navy wants to decommission 9 ships, none of them over 10 years old, that cost $4.5 billion: They're small, fast ships that were developed to chase down pirates, and are now described by the Navy as unsuitable for current needs. They want to decommission them to save on operating and maintenance costs, which they want to use to buy new, bigger ships. CRACKED.COM

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There was a real School of Rock, that precedes the movie. ABCA 1 un - ING - The real School of Rock, started by Paul Green in Philadelphia, shared a lot of similarities to the movie - even down to Jack Black's look. Green considered suing, but thought the movie was ultimately good for business. CRACKED.COM

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Taco Bell BELL 1962 TACO BELL CRACKED.COM Glen Bell tried to copy the success of McDonald's with Bell's Hamburgers. In 1951, he added tacos to the menu after learning about them from a Mexican resturaunt across the street. Tacos were the biggest success, and Bell went on to create Taco Bell.

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THE GUESS WHO WROTE AMERICAN WOMAN ON THE SPOT AT A DIVE BAR. Guitarist Randy Bachman broke a guitar string during their set, and after he'd restrung it he was at the piano tuning his guitar. The audience started responding to the tuning sounds, so the band worked them into a song, right then and there. CRACKED.COM music.cbc.ca/#/blogs/2013/2/Randy-Bachman-takes-us-behind-the-writing-of-American-Woman

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DRUMMER KEITH MOON, WHEN INVITED TO PLAY FOR A NEW BAND, THOUGHT THE IDEA WOULD GO OVER LIKE A LEAD ZEPPELIN. They changed the spelling because they didn't want people to use the wrong pronunciation of lead. CRACKED.COM http://www.classicbands.com/names.html

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INDIE MOVIES OF THE '90s KIDS THE CREW RANDOMLY DISCOVERED ROSARIO DAWSON SITTING ON A STOOP. While scouting for locations, the director and the writer noticed 15-year-old Dawson and thought she'd be perfect for a role. She was kinda freaked out, but got over it and started a successful career. CRACKED.COM

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INDIE MOVIES OF THE '90s BEING JOHN MALKOVICH JOHN MALKOVICH'S AGENTS APPARENTLY THOUGHT CHARLIE KAUFMAN WAS A STALKER. Kaufman got the distinct impression that the floor 7 1/2 in his script raised some red flags, as Malkovich was living in an unlikely apartment 7 1/2 in Manhattan. CRACKED.COM

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