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Weird but interesting facts of life

Some are funny facts and some will make you say WTF. But being inconvenient and not useless, all those facts will enrich your knowledge base and help you pass through.

If you trace back the family tree of a drone bee, the number of parents in each generation follows the Fibonacci sequence.

Barry White was a gangmember in South Central, LA and after his brothers murder, doing time in jail and listening to an Elvis song he left the gang life and began singing love songs.

Doctors' sloppy handwriting kills more than 7,000 people annually in the United States

Telsa Motors cannot sell its cars to about 50% of America because the state won't allow it; Tesla's direct model of selling isn't approved in most states.

The towns from "Ghost Whisperer", "Gremlins", "Bruce Almighty", "Back To The Future", "Falling Skies", and the first episode of "The Twilight Zone" (and many more) are all the same set, which is known as "Courthouse Square"

More Than 9 in 10 People Under 35 Do Not Trust Banks

A Russian dog whose owners were killed in a car accident. Despite attempts to adopt or re-home him, the dog refused to leave the site of the accident and waited for them until it died 7 years later. The city informally adopted the dog and dedicated a statue honour its loyalty.

Adam Driver (Kylo Ren in Star Wars: The Force Awakens) is an Ex-Marine and founder of Arts in the Armed Forces. The AITAF provide high-quality theater programming for active duty service members, veterans and their families.

HBO's iconic "Band of Brothers" premiered two days before 9/11. When the attacks occurred, HBO stopped all marketing for the show, and by the end of the series it had half the viewers it started with. It won six Emmys, a Golden Globe, and was awarded a Peabody.

Morgan Freeman is against Black History Month

Jean Lanfray, a labourer who murdered his wife and children in a drunken rage in Switzerland in 1905. His murders were blamed solely on the influence of absinthe, despite the fact that he’d drunk many other alcoholic beverages. It set off a moral panic, and Switzerland soon banned absinthe.

The founder of the modern frozen food industry, Clarence Birdseye, was inspired when ice fishing in Labrador, Canada, in -40°C weather. He discovered that the fish he caught froze almost instantly and tasted fresh afterwards unlike the slowly frozen seafood sold in New York.

A team of economists at NYU found that getting off Facebook appears to improve people’s lives. Users who deactivated their accounts for a month seemed to enjoy themselves more as a result, showing decreases in depression and anxiety and improvements in happiness and life satisfaction.

Thomas Jefferson kept a shetland sheep at the White House. It attacked several people, killed a small boy, and was eventually called "this abominable animal".

There are blue bandaids with metal in them so they can be detected by metal detectors in food processing factories.