The oldest paycheck that’s ever been found is from around 3,000 B.C. in a city called Uruk in the Middle East. And the person was paid in beer.
When Iceland beat England in soccer on Monday, 99.8% of the TVs in Iceland were watching the game.
The first Subway sandwich shop was called “Pete’s Super Submarines.” It opened in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1965 and was renamed Subway three years later.
The “Twilight” books were originally called “Forks” . . . like the town where the story starts . . . until Stephenie Meyer’s agent convinced her to come up with a catchier title.
Harriet Tubman and Ronald Reagan were alive at the same time. She died in 1913 when she was 91 years old . . . he was born in 1911.