Useless Facts – 10/22/20

Useless Facts – 10/22/20

Every morning around 8:15am Brooks gives you one minute of Useless Facts to impress your friends with…

  • The first candy produced by a machine was Necco Wafers.  A guy named Oliver Chase made them with a lozenge cutting machine in 1847.
  • There was a team that only lasted for ONE game in the NFL.  The Tonawanda Kardex Lumbermen from Tonawanda, New York joined the NFL in 1921 . . . lost 45-to-nothing to the Rochester Jeffersons . . . and disbanded.
  • The Guinness world record for the most keys removed from a key ring by a parrot is 22 in two minutes.
  • The cheeseburger was invented in 1926 at a restaurant called the Rite Spot in Pasadena, California.  The owner’s 16-year-old son randomly threw cheese onto a patty on the grill.  Then they added it to their menu, and called it a “cheese hamburger.”
  • Anytime your food has carmine, cochineal extract, or natural red 4 in its ingredients . . . it means the color comes from crushed up bugs.

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