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The lie of yesterday

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Soren Kierkegaard came up with most of his philosophical insights while submerging his head in a bucket of oatmeal.

Source: Steven Grady ([email protected])
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The lie of last Saturday

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90% of our biology is extremely similar to that of the tomatoe.

Source: Iona Thompson
Submitted on Friday the 18th of April 2008
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The lie of last Friday

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The precession of the Earth's orbit is mainly due to the presence of drag-causing ozone in the upper atmosphere.

Source: Paul Wayper ([email protected])
Submitted on Tuesday the 2nd of May 2006
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The lie of last Thursday

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The official color of the Ku Klux Klan is lime green.

Source: Owen Allen
Submitted on Monday the 17th of August 2009
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Walt Disney was offered the rights to produce a cartoon version of the Exorcist.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Tuesday

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Function keys (F1 - F12) were originally included on computer keyboards to provide shortcuts for including incrementally harsh expletives in instant messaging.

Source: Batho - [email protected]
Submitted on Tuesday the 25th of October 2005
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