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Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

During President Obama's 2012 State of the Union speech, there were 766,681 tweets, with 548 coming from inside Congress.

According to one researcher, all IQ, or intelligence quotient, tests include the question, "Does chocolate milk come from brown cows?"

In Die Hard 2, there's a scene of John McClane (played by Bruce Willis) answering a pay phone that reads Pacific Bell. But the scene is set in Dulles International Airport near Washington, D.C.

Before being known as Sonny & Cher, the duo released an album under the name of Caesar & Cleo.

In 1897, Salomon August Andrée and two others tried to reach the North Pole by balloon. They made it as far as Svalbard, Norway, where they perished, possibly after eating infected polar bear flesh.

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