Grease for the Brainpan
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After Hugh Hefner sold his once-private jet the "Big Bunny," it was employed as part of the commercial fleet belonging to Air Mexico.

The rotund figure known widely as the Michelin Man has a name: Bibendum.

The semicolon, as it appears in English today, was used by the ancient Greeks as a question mark.

From 1942 to 1945, car #3544 of the Orient Express was employed as a French brothel.

During the early 1800s, a number of banks, operating under State or Federal charters and which hired private contractors to print their currency, legally issued three-dollar bills.

Ellen Cooperman, owner of a feminist film company, was turned down in 1978 by the New York State Supreme Court to have her last name legally changed to "Cooperperson."

Sales records from Domino's Pizza indicate that on the day The Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia died, orders for mushroom-topped pizzas went up 61 percent.

"Every once in a blue moon" occurs approximately every 33 months, when two full moons appear in the same calendar month.

Giraffes have no vocal cords.

The salt contained in all of the world's oceans could cover the United States in a layer a mile and a half thick.
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