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  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/17/2020 8:28:58 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    The first pre-packaged, boxed cereal was called Wheatena and created in New York in 1879 by George H. Hoyt, according to Homestat Farm, the company that eventually bought the Wheatena brand in 2001. Before Hoyt, most cereals (usually wheat- or oatmeal-based) were sold in bulk and scooped out of larg... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/16/2020 12:38:33 PM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Mel Blanc actually ate carrots while voicing the iconic character. Watched Bugs Bunny and the Roadrunner every Saturday growing up.... Read more

  • Always restarting

    2/15/2020 6:06:52 PM, by PRINCESSFROGS

    Always restarting any help would be great! Thank YOU... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/15/2020 1:24:39 PM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Incas believed that sunflowers were the physical manifestation of the Sun God on Earth. ... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/13/2020 8:12:41 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Humming Birds are the smallest migrating bird. They don’t migrate in flocks like other species, and they typically travel alone for up to 500 miles at a time. Their name comes from the humming noise their wings make because they beat so fast. We have been getting a lot of them at our fee... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/12/2020 8:13:04 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    First held in 1877, the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is America’s second-longest continuously held sporting event, behind only the Kentucky Derby. This fellow won last night ... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/11/2020 8:16:03 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Rain is not actually shaped like a teardrop. When water molecules condense and bind together in the atmosphere before falling, they form a more-or-less spherical shape. As they fall, they encounter air pressure, flattening the bottom of the drops, so that they end up taking on a shape more like a ha... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/10/2020 7:48:34 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    The Oscar statuette stands 13.5 inches tall and weighing in at 8.5 lbs.The interior of the golden award is actually composed of a metal alloy called Britannium (93 percent tin, 5 percent antimony, and 2 percent copper) and plated with 24-karat gold ... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/9/2020 11:35:17 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    The McDonalds in Sedona, AZ is the only one in that doesn't have golden arches - they are Turquoise instead. ... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/8/2020 10:11:24 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Technically they are multilingual as their language Minionese is a mix of Spanish, English, Russian, Korean, and Italian etc ... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/7/2020 10:26:38 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    SYRACUSE, NEW YORK TRIED TO MAKE SNOW ILLEGAL. America’s snowiest major city has an impressive arsenal of plows, but in 1992 it tried a new trick to control white stuff. The city’s Common Council passed a decree that any more snow before Christmas Eve was illegal. As it turns out, Mother Nature is... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/6/2020 9:53:14 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Today is my birthday. Amethyst is my birthstone, So today's fact is about it. Amethyst is February's birthstone and it is considered the color of Royalty. Purple was an expensive dye to purchase which is why only Royalty was able to afford to have their clothes dyed that color. According to fol... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/5/2020 8:28:29 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    February is the only month that does not always have a full moon. January and March will have 2 full moons. This has happened in 1999, 2018 and will occur again in 2037. ... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/4/2020 8:08:12 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    The Codex Leicester by Leonardo Da Vinci was purchased by Bill Gates for 30.8 million dollars. I think Tom can stop complaining about how much I spend on books. 246... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/3/2020 8:22:47 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    The Super Bowl ball is crafted by hand in the U.S.A. Each team gets 108 balls 281 281... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/2/2020 12:41:27 PM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Punxsutawney Phil is actually Punxsutawney Phil, Seer of Seers, Sage of Sages, Prognosticator of Prognosticators and Weather Prophet Extraordinary." This was proclaimed by the "Punxsutawney Groundhog Club" in 1887.... Read more

  • Losers Bench

    2/2/2020 12:15:32 AM, by LCHRIS2ME

    I went into surgery 289lbs. Today I am 277lbs. Once I'm cleared to workout, I'm fitna beast on myself!!!... Read more

  • I'm 5 Days Post Op

    2/2/2020 12:13:11 AM, by LCHRIS2ME

    Hey y'all! I just wanted to come in and say I am home and I am doing great. The first few days were not horrific, but testing. I was on clear liquids for 3 days, the first day ice chips only. By Thursday my stomach was hitting my back. I was authorized to drink protein shakes. Although I have con... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    2/1/2020 3:09:19 PM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Each hair strand has its own muscle, nerve, and blood supply. ... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    1/31/2020 7:49:28 PM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Blueberry jelly beans were made especially for Ronald Reagan A bonus fact - Both Ronald Regan and I were born on February 6th - different years of course.... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    1/30/2020 8:27:19 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    January is National Soup Month in the United States Tomato is my favorite - What's yours?... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    1/29/2020 8:06:22 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    A new Peanuts strip was printed every single day until the day after Charles Schulz's death. That amounts to a grand total of 17,897 different strips. ... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    1/28/2020 7:59:34 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Horses are big fans of water, and will drink a minimum of 25 gallons every single day. In warmer countries, this amount is even higher. 194 I need to follow their example 334... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    1/27/2020 8:19:32 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Monday from Old English (around 1000) mōnandæg and mōndæg (literally meaning “moon’s day”) Hope everyone has a great Monday! ... Read more

  • Countdown To Surgery

    1/26/2020 1:36:50 AM, by LCHRIS2ME

    I just sat down from a 3 hour purge. I cleaned out and rearranged both closets in my living room. Cleaned my kitchen and about to wash clothes. Ladies...know how you nested before you had your babies? That's what this feels like. I'm about to vacuum the downstairs too. Surgery is Monday morning.... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    1/25/2020 12:00:08 PM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Human blood pressure goes down when petting a dog. And so does the dog’s. ... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    1/24/2020 8:03:41 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Stubbs (April 12, 1997 – July 21, 2017)[1] was a cat who was the mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska from July 1997 until his death.[2] ... Read more

  • Today's Fun Fact

    1/23/2020 8:21:24 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Sir Isaac Newton is credited with creating the concept for the pet door that many cats use today to travel outdoors. ... Read more

  • Fun Fact of the Day

    1/22/2020 8:06:47 AM, by BTRFLYDOG

    Wednesday = means “Wodan’s day”, the Germanic god Wodan.... Read more

  • Today's Fun fact

    1/19/2020 1:32:18 PM, by BTRFLYDOG

    The original London Bridge was shipped stone-by-stone and reconstructed in Lake Havasu City, AZ ... Read more