Chet’s Randoms for 3/28/17People in Costa Rica are only allowed to drive six days a week, to cut down on traffic and pollution. The last digit of your license plate number dictates what day you're not allowed on the road.
Chet’s Randoms for 2/17/17Baby names in Arizona are like tweets? There's a law in Arizona that baby names can't be more than 141 characters:
Chet’s Randoms for 1/23/17Bananas contain about 450 milligrams of potassium . . . and about .01% of it is RADIOACTIVE. So if you managed to eat 150 trillion bananas in one sitting, you'd die from radiation poisoning.
Chet’s Randoms for 1/20/17Tea bags were invented by accident in 1908.
Chet’s Randoms for 1/19/16Chet's Randoms for Thursday, January 19th!
Chet’s Randoms for 1/18/17The only place ever to turn down the Olympics was Colorado. They were originally awarded the 1976 Winter Olympics, but in 1972, the people of Colorado overwhelmingly voted not to spend tax dollars to have the Games there. The 1976 Winter Olympics ended up in Innsbruck, Austria instead.
Chet's Randoms for 11/9/16Every single new Supreme Court Justice since 1981 went to an Ivy League law school
Chet’s Randoms for 11/7/16Alex Trebek's real name is Giorgi Suka-Alex Trebek.
Chet’s Randoms for 11/4/16Grover Cleveland went from mayor of Buffalo, New York to governor of New York to President of the United States in a span of only three years.
Chet's Randoms for 11/3/16The guy who invented Velcro got the idea when he was walking his dog in the woods and saw how burrs were clinging to its fur.
Chet's Randoms for 11/2/16Violet was one of the original M&Ms colors when they were introduced in 1941.
Chet's Randoms for 11/1/16The famous British "Keep Calm and Carry On" posters that have now been parodied a million times were never distributed.