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  1. 48 hours before Deadpool was green lit by 20th Century Fox, the studio cut the film's budget by $7-8 million down to $58 million. Numerous changes were made as a result, such as having Deadpool forget his bag of guns before the final battle sequence to avoid a costly gun fight in the third act.

  2. In 1938, at the age of the 19, the eventual founder of Red Lobster Bill Darden opened a diner named the Green Frog and defied the laws of the southern state Georgia by refusing to segregate customers based on race.

  3. 7 Up launched a variation called "dnL" (the 7up logo turned upside down) and was basically the opposite of 7 Up: instead of a caffiene-free clear soda in a green bottle, it was a caffienated green soda in a clear bottle, and instead of lemon-lime the flavor was lime-lemon.

  4. R.Lee Ermey voiced all the Green Army Men in Toy Story 1 and 2.

  5. Bill Darden (the founder of Red Lobster) opened his first restaurant, a luncheonette called The Green Frog in Wayward, Georgia at 19 in 1938. He refused to segregate customers by race. Segregation was a state law in 30’s Georgia.

  6. The NFL split $7.24 billion in revenue with 32 teams last season, and the one reason we know that is because the Green Bay Packers put out an annual financial report. They are the only non-profit team.

  7. Nathan "Nearest" Green, a slave, taught Jack Daniel how to brew whiskey. He became Daniel's Master Distiller, and is now known as "The Godfather of Tennessee Whiskey." His son George also became a Master Distiller and some of his descendants STILL work for Jack Daniel's Whiskey to this day.

  8. Magenta does not have a physical wavelength associated with it and thus doesn't "exist". It is a biological artifact. Our brains are telling us we are seeing "not green".

  9. A Manhattan driver recently set a record by hitting 240 consecutive green lights.

  10. A bidet is considered a key green technology and uses significantly less water, electricity, and wood than a single roll of toilet paper

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SF Police open data in Google Earth (Drugs=GREEN, Prostitution=BLUE)

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How green is your country? A look at the Environmental Performance Index (EPI) Scores Worldwide

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A slave, Nearest Green, taught Jack Daniels how to make whiskey and was is now credited as the first master distiller

Adjectives, in the English language, are meant to be in this order: opinion-size-age-shape-colour-origin-material-purpose Noun. "A lovely little old rectangular green French silver whittling knife."

Al Green who originally made Take Me To The River got more royalties from the Big Mouth Billy Bass fish than from any other recordings of the song.

The reason tigers are orange is because their prey see them as green. Deer, which are the main prey of tigers, are only capable of seeing blue and green light, which effectively renders them color-blind to red. Therefore, to deer, the tigers are seen as green.

Children's TV host Soupy Sales, during one of his programs, asked children to send him the "funny green pieces of paper with pictures of U.S. Presidents" from their parent's wallets and purses. He received thousands of dollars in the mail and was suspended for two weeks.

The St. Patrick's Day tradition of dyeing the Chicago river green arose by accident when a group of plumbers used green dye to trace illegal substances that were polluting the river. The dyeing of the river is still sponsored by the local plumbers union.

As composer Mike Greene was working on the "Bill Nye The Science Guy" theme song, a rap group was also recording inside his studio. He called them over to chant "Bill!" into the mic. It wasn't until the show aired that they knew why.

The Statue of Liberty was originally a dull copper color, but after 20 years it oxidized and was covered in green petina. Congress wanted to paint away the corrosion, but the Army Corps of Engineers concluded it "softened the outlines of the Statue and made it beautiful."

A bidet is considered a key green technology and uses significantly less water, electricity, and wood than a single roll of toilet paper

After "Freddy Got Fingered" won multiple Razzie Awards, Tom Green personally attended to accept his awards. He brought his own red carpet, and during his speech he played the harmonica so poorly and for so long he had to be dragged off the stage.

Facebook is predominantly blue in color because Mark Zuckerberg is red-green colorblind and blue is the "richest color" that he can see

Night vision goggles are green because because the human eye can differentiate more shades of green than any other color.

Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, and collard greens are all vegetables that were created from the same plant (wild mustard plant) by selectively breeding for certain modified traits like stem size and flower bud location

MIT has genetically modified trees to glow in the dark in the hopes of creating a literally green source of light for the future.

In the past 42 years over 51 million trees have been planted in Kenya by the Green Belt Movement founded by Nobel Peace Prize Winner Wangari Maathai.

Dr. Seuss's editor bet him $50 that he couldn't write a children's book in 50 words or less. Dr. Seuss won the bet with his book Green Eggs and Ham.

Only 2% of the world's population have natural green eyes

The very last WWI veteran died in 2012 at age 110. Florence Green had joined Britain's Women’s Royal Air Force in 1918 at age 17.

Heath Ledger created a character diary for the Joker. It included stills from A Clockwork Orange, photos of hyenas, unhinged clown makeup and the word "chaos" highlighted in green. It also contained things the Joker would find funny like AIDS, landmines, and geniuses suffering brain damage.

The green falling code in The Matrix is actually just loads of Sushi recipes! Simon Whiteley, the creator of the Matrix’s distinctive code, said that it all came from his wife’s Japanese cookbook

Japan has blue traffic lights in some areas because historically the Japanese used the same word for green and blue.

Night vision goggles are green because the human eye can differentiate more shades of green than any other color.

The green falling code in The Matrix is just loads of sushi recipes

Green screens are green because it doesn’t match any natural skin tone of the actor so no part of them will be accidentally edited out.

The Egyptians were the only ancient culture to recognize blue as being distinct from green. Today, certain tribes, such as the Himba people in Namibia, cannot make the distinction.

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Production of green chillis and peppers

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Radioactive dice experiment, throw 504 dice, take out the ones that land on 6, re-throw remaining dice 20 odd times. Simulates radioactive decay. X20(the green line is the mean). D