David Bowie's first TV appearance, as a 17-year-old in 1964, was as spokesman for "The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Long-Haired Men."
On the Fifty Shades of Grey movie poster with the man holding his necktie about waist level, if you look in the middle of his lower lip, you should see the white letters "S E X" in a small, sans serif font.
Slinging dead rats is a custom at the annual San Pedro Nolasco fiesta in El Puig, Spain.
By conservative estimates, there were more than 400 shooting deaths at U.S. law enforcement hands in 2012. In the UK, that number was zero. Americans are 100 times more likely to be shot by police than are British citizens.
Harry Houdini was the first person to fly an airplane in Australia.