Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows
The word "bookkeeper" has three sets of double letters.

Smoking was first linked to lung cancer in 1950 by the late Morton L. Levin. In his 1938-1950 study, he found that lung cancer occurred twice as frequently among smokers as non-smokers.

"June Bugging" is allegedly a practice among some Houston gay men; it it involves June bugs, cocaine, scalpels, and testicles.

According to Kinky Friedman, cowboys and Jews have a common bond: They're the only two groups of people in the world who wear their hats indoors and attach a certain amount of importance to it.

We spend one-third of our lives sleeping. The above is information which Mr. Smarty Pants read in a book, a magazine, or the newspaper; heard on the radio; saw on television; or overheard at a party. Got any facts? Leave a message for Mr. Smarty Pants, at 454-5766, ext. 226 for possible inclusion in the column. E-mail: mrpants@auschron.com

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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