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By Mr. Smarty Pants, Fri., Feb. 22, 2013

The rhyme "Pop Goes the Weasel" is an account of poverty, pawnbroking, minimum wages, and a serious night on the town.

In April 2000, the National Football League banned its players from wearing do-rags and bandanas underneath their helmets. However, the ban did not apply to players who wore them for medical reasons.

The Weimar Republic, the German government immediately before Hitler's, actually had tougher gun laws than the Nazi regime.

A study by the Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium, released in January 2013, shows that those who walk to work are nearly as happy as cyclists, who are about three times happier than solo car-drivers.

Cameron Diaz enjoys snowboarding.

The above is information that Mr. Smarty Pants read in a book, magazine, or newspaper; heard on the radio; saw on television; or overheard at a party. Got facts? Write to Mr. Smarty Pants. Why not visit mrsmartypants.com?

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