Chet’s Randoms for 4/24/17The Dallas Cowboys were the first team to sell nachos at their stadium.
Chet’s Randoms for 4/21/17There's a word in Japanese for a person who buys more books than they could ever possibly read. It's "tsundoku."
Chet’s Randoms for 4/20/17Michael Jackson really wanted to play Spider-Man in a movie, but he knew he'd never get cast . . . so in the '90s, he actually tried to BUY Marvel Comics to make it happen.
Chet’s Randoms for 4/19/17Until 2001, the employees at Disney World who dress up as the characters couldn't wear their own underwear underneath the costumes . . . they had to wear shared underwear. After enough pubic lice cases, Disney changed the policy.
Chet’s Randoms for 4/18/17The female blanket octopus is over 70 times larger than the male. She's six feet, he's less than an inch. So for mating, he basically just swims in, breaks his junk inside of her, then swims off.
Chet’s Randoms for 4/17/17The scrolling text at the beginning of the first "Star Wars" movie was done by printing out the entire thing and having a camera slowly dolly down over it.
Chet’s Randoms for 4/13/17Anyone in Sweden can get a copy of anyone else's tax returns and find out how much money they make.
Chet’s Randoms for 4/12/17The "Slurpee Capital of the World" for the past 17 years in a row has been Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Chet’s Randoms for 4/11/17The used car chain CarMax was created by Circuit City in 1991.
Chet’s Randoms for 4/10/17Humans aren't very nutritious to eat, at only about 650 calories per pound of muscle.
Chet’s Randoms for 4/7/17The lead singer for Toto in the mid and late-1980s was Joseph Williams. His father is John Williams . . . the composer for "Star Wars".
Chet’s Randoms for 4/5/1729.8% of the Major League Baseball players on Opening Day rosters this season were born outside of the United States, which is an all-time high. The top three countries represented are the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, and Cuba.