1. Arizona doesn't observe Daylight Saving Time, but residents of its Navajo nation do. However, inside of it there's another reservation that does not.
  2. Canada's immigration website crashed on U.S. election night of 2016.
  3. In France, Germany, Austria, Spain and the Netherlands they serve beer in McDonald's.
  4. A ‘batman' was a unit of weight in the Ottoman Empire.
  5. The standard service of a Bugatti Veyron would cost you US$21,000.
  6. A trained person can walk across hot coals because coal is a poor conductor of heat. It takes time for heat to transfer from coal to skin.
  7. More people work for Walmart than live in Slovenia.
  8. After an Islamic cleric blamed women who dress provocatively for earthquakes in 2010, 100,000 women joined for a "Boobquake" to test the theory. Nothing happened.
  9. Google has a comprehensive timeline of everything you do with their products, called "My Activity", including websites you visited with Chrome, YouTube Videos, Music and apps you use on your Android.
  10. White tigers carry a gene that is only present in around 1 in every 10,000 tigers.
  11. American commuters collectively waste 5.5 billion hours per year in traffic, releasing into the atmosphere an unnecessary 56 billion pounds of CO2.
  12. Fidel Castro took personal responsibility for the persecution suffered by homosexuals in Cuba.
  13. A recent study estimates that mass-adoption of self-driving cars could reduce over 90% of traffic accidents.
  14. The Navy once delivered mail for the Post Office via missile.
  15. The Illacme tobini is a millipede that has 414 legs, no eyes, 200 poison glands, and four penises.
  16. One-third of Chinese women have never heard of tampons.
  17. A woman's vaginal muscles can take up to 6 months to get back to their normal shape and size after childbirth.
  18. George Washington was the only president who didn't represent a political party.
  19. TV remotes are the dirtiest items in hotels, a study found.
  20. In 2010, the Iranian government banned certain "decadent western hairstyles" including ponytails, mullets and elaborate spikes.
  21. Starbucks donates 100%
    of its leftover food
    in partnership with the
    nonprofit Feeding America.
  22. Buzz Aldrin received communion on the moon.
  23. There are two U.S. states where the temperature has never surpassed 100 °F: Alaska and Hawaii.
  24. The UN has estimated that as many as 5,000 honor killings occur every year.
  25. The Pentagon has two times more bathrooms than needed because it was built during segregation.
  26. A plane-crash dream is more likely to affect travel plans than either thinking about a crash or a government warning, a study says.
  27. In 2015 a Chinese woman who was missing for a decade and presumed dead was found living in an internet cafe after playing games for 10 years.
  28. President Richard Nixon pardoned a lieutenant, who gathered 70-80 Vietnamese civilians into a ditch and murdered them during the My Lai massacre, from his sentence of house arrest.
  29. People ascrib more importance to pleasant dreams about a person they like than a person they don't like.
  30. Chinese students can get 7 years in jail for cheating on exams.
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