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  1. The creators of "Parks and Recreation" did research for the show by interviewing actual government officials. One said, "Well, I’m a libertarian, so I don’t really believe in the mission of my job. Yes, I’m aware of the irony." The character of Ron Swanson was born.

  2. There is a Montana Law that if a student rides a horse to school, the principal has to feed, water, and tend the horse. Six seniors who were aware of this law rode their horses on the last day of school. Their principal did his duty and took care of their horses.

  3. When Charlie Sheen came out as HIV positive, it led to a 95 percent increase in over the counter HIV home testing kits and 2.75 million searches on the topic, dubbed "The Charlie Sheen Effect." Some said that Sheen did more for awareness of HIV than most UN events.

  4. The so-called 'Autism Epidemic' isn't an epidemic at all but rather an increase in reported incidents due to a growing awareness of autism and changes to the condition’s diagnostic criteria.

  5. Dogs were originally listed as non-self-aware, due to failing the "mirror test". However, since dogs are not visually oriented, a new test, "sniff test of self recognition" was developed, and shows significant evidence of self-awareness in dogs.

  6. Your brain is able to make a decision for you seconds before you become aware of the fact that you are making a decision

  7. Prince Harry took a HIV test live on July 14, 2016 to show how easy it is. It was hailed as a "groundbreaking moment in the fight against HIV." HIV awareness group THT has reported a 5 fold increase in the number of orders of HIV self-tests since the prince's broadcast.

  8. Elephants can recognize themselves in a mirror, and also passed a body awareness test. These two tests are very rarely passed by non-primates.

  9. Hide the Pain Harold" is aware of his internet fame, saying "At first I wanted to stop it, but it's impossible; if your face has spread on the internet you can't do anything about it. You can close down a site but three new ones will appear."

  10. The Church of Scientology now owns the "Cult Awareness Network" after they sued the originally Cult Awareness Network for calling them a cult

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A quiet revolution in fire safety: due to improved building methods and public awareness, since 1980, US home fires and fire deaths have both fallen by half. Home fires per capita

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4 months of graduate school with Autism (Today is the last day of autism awareness month)

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Spending an average of 27 minutes each day practicing mindfulness exercises increases gray-matter density in the hippocampus, known to be important for learning and memory, and in structures associated with self-awareness, compassion, and introspection over an 8-week period.

Joe Bell, the father of a son that committed suicide from gay bullying, planned to walk across the entire continental United States within 2 years to spread awareness over bullying and its effects, but was killed after 6 months by getting hit by a semi-truck.

The film V for Vendetta aired completely uncensored on China's national television in 2012. When asked, the State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television said it was not aware of a ban on the anarchist film

Only 8% of NFL’s Pink Breast Cancer Awareness sales goes to charity

The Cult Awareness Network (CAN), once a leading anti-cult hotline, is now owned by the Church of Scientology.

Most Americans aren't aware of blackcurrant flavour (one of the most popular soft drink and confection flavours in the world) due to a ban on the plant in the 1900s because of its role in spreading disease among white pines, a principle industry of the growing American republic.

Andy Whitfield filmed the entirety of his lead role in “Spartacus” while battling Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. His struggle was documented in an Oscar-nominated documentary called “Be Here Now,” which served raise awareness for people suffering from leukemia and lymphoma.

Ryan White, a virgin AIDS victim that was shunned in his hometown out of fright and ignorance. He was banned from school, bullied, and threatened just for his disease. He went on to become a role model for the AIDS disease and spread awareness. He died at just 18 years old from AIDS.

In the 1920s, a strange disease known as encephalitis lethargica spread throughout the world, effecting 5 million people. It killed 1 million, and many of the survivors were left unable to move or speak, but were conscious and aware. No cure was ever found, and it disappeared by 1926.

The Romans were aware that lead mining and lead pipes were toxic, but they did not connect that toxicity with lead cooking vessels

The Cult Awareness Network listed Scientology as the #1 most dangerous cult. Over 50 Scientologists later filed civil suits against them, many using the same carbon copy claim via 1 law firm. After suing them into bankruptcy, the Church bought the name and started the New Cult Awareness Network. - fact check

Guillermo Del Toro's father was kidnapped in Mexico and the kidnappers wanted $1 million for his release. James Cameron became aware of this and paid the ransom, even recommending a negotiator.

The Cult Awareness Network (CAN), once the largest anti-cult support hotline, is now owned by the church of scientology.

A man trapped in a coma for 12 years was aware of everything. His hatred of Barney reruns constantly playing helped him to regain control of his mind.

Clippy was so unpopular at the time, part of Windows XP's marketing was making people aware they could disable him.

General Mills cereal company removed the bee from boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios to raise awareness of declining bee populations

Jake Gyllenhaal tried out for the part of Frodo in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and heard back that it was one of the worst auditions they had. Gyllenhaal was not even aware he had to have a British accent for the role

A man woke up from a coma after 2 years but was unable to show any sign of it, and so was trapped in a lifeless state for a further 10 years whilst being fully aware of everything going on around him.

Tom Hanks is an avid support of NASA's manned space programs and originally wanted to be an astronaut, but "didn't have the math". He was awarded the Douglas S. Morrow Public Outreach Award in 2006 for his contributions to raising public awareness of space programs.

When a woman asked Leonard Nimoy "Are you aware that you [as Spock] are the source of erotic dream material for thousands and thousands of ladies around the world?", he replied "May all your dreams come true".

Elton John was inspired by Ryan White to get sober and fight AIDS. White contracted HIV at 13 through a contaminated blood treatment. He was expelled from school and suffered discrimination. He educated the public and raised awareness for HIV/AIDS until his death, age 18, in 1990. - fact check

A woman (registered nurse) was watching the show "Flip or Flop" on HGTV and noticed a lump on hosts neck. Emailed production company to make them aware and host ended up having thyroid cancer and didn't know.

A man in India set a world record in 1986 by spending 72 hours in a cage with 72 of the most venomous snake species in India; to spread awareness and to prove that snakes don't bite unless provoked. He came out of the cage, unharmed without a single bite.

Billy Mitchell achieved the 'perfect score' on Pac-Man in 1999, beating 256 levels and eating every pellet, fruit, and ghost, for the highest possible score of 3,333,360 – without dying once. He used his own elaborate strategies to beat the game, some of which the creators weren't even aware of

When lawyer Jack Thompson found out you can kiss other guys in the T-Rated game Bully, he wrote a letter to the ESRB about it saying "good luck with your Teen rating now". The ESRB responded saying they were fully aware of the content when they rated it.

Awared infographics

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Effect of Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Google Searches for Cancer in the USA

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Forgive me if this doesn't belong here. I bought a new nighthawk router last week and used the built in traffic meter display. I have never really been aware of how much my interne