Useless Facts – 06/08/21

Useless Facts – 06/08/21

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

  • “Gone with the Wind” hit theaters on December 15th, 1939 . . . exactly four months after “The Wizard of Oz”, which premiered on August 15th, 1939.
  • The Jerry Seinfeld character dated 66 different women over the course of “Seinfeld”.  Obviously, all of those relationships failed for different, and usually ridiculous, reasons.
  • 46 of the 50 states have at least one town or city named Riverside.  Springfield is second-most common . . . there’s at least one in 34 states.
  • Barry Manilow wrote the jingle for State Farm Insurance . . . “Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.”  He also wrote the jingle for Band-Aid . . . “I am stuck on Band-Aid brand ’cause Band-Aid’s stuck on me.”
  • The medical term for a unibrow is synophrys (sin-OFF-riss).

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