Saturday, February 9, 2008

10 Things I Didn't Know Last Week


1. There is a method to the madness of naming items at IKEA.
2. People who lose their sight sometimes have vivid hallucinations.
3. Robert Frost spent winters in Florida.
4. Lincoln Logs were invented by Frank Lloyd Wright's son, John.
5. Frank Woodruff Buckles is the last surviving American World War I veteran.
6. The Palace of Brussels features a mosaic composed entirely of beetles.
7. Some guy was planning a Super Bowl massacre.
8. Dwight Yoakum has his own line of chicken nuggets.
9. Kool-Aid has a line of tennis shoes out, complete with scented liners.
10. Jack Johnson recorded a song with the Black-Eyed Peas.

5 comments:

  1. Oh wow. I made the 10 things list kind of. So honored. :-)

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  2. Ohhhh! Me, too!

    I actually went to Ikea yesterday and looked at the names of their stuff a little more closely!

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  3. Kool-Aid tennis shoes? Who knew. But, we could use those scented liners...for little kids, my children sure do have stinky feet!

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  4. where oh where do you find these nuggets o' info.

    massacre? really?

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