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Why are recessions not all bad? (pg. 51)
Which Major League Baseball team keeps its baseballs in a humidor—and why? (pg. 123)
Why is 300 cents more than 3 dollars? (pg. 49)
Mark Di Vincenzo, author of the New York Times bestseller Buy Ketchup in May and Fly at Noon, returns with more fascinating facts! Do you know:
(1) what percentage of doctors in China smoke?
(2) which is the most dangerous day of the year to drive a car?
(3) whether a heart can literally break?
(4) how much investors paid for a Canadian cow named Missy?
Within these pages you'll find tips and facts that will save you money, help you live healthier, and make you the most interesting person to talk to at any party.
This book is full of half truths and not written in an engaging manner. I mostly just skimmed the chapters and still put the book down halfway through. Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by Jaqzilla
A really captivating informative all around book. A good 'bathroom reader', I feel more able to win on tv quiz shows.Published on November 24, 2012 by Dean A. Scanlon