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  1. In 1970, a gay man discovered a loophole in Minnesota law that said gay marriage wasn't explicitly illegal, as long as officials allowed it. He then changed his name legally from 'Jack' to 'Pat Lyn' and fooled officials into thinking he was a woman — successfully getting a gay marriage license.

  2. Jack was a baboon purchased by a railway signalman who lost his legs in an accident. The Baboon began to operate the railway, and was eventually given a job and salary. In 9 years of employment, he never made a mistake.

  3. Jack Black used to put wires up his sleeves when he was a kid in the hopes that other kids would notice them poking out and think he was bionic.

  4. Mars Attacks originally had trouble attracting A list actors because most of the characters either die in some cartoonish manner or end up disfigured. That was until Jack Nicholson enthusiastically joined the film. Glenn Close, Pierce Brosnan, Danny DeVito, Michael J Fox and others followed suit

  5. Tabasco Sauce is fermented for three years in used Jack Daniel's Whiskey barrels before bottling.

  6. Actor Jack Gleeson, who played King Joffrey on Game of Thrones, said the scene he enjoyed the most after three seasons on the show, was when Joffrey’s corpse was lying on a plinth in the set with ceremonial stones covering his eyes, because he got to sleep for the whole day.

  7. The movie Jack and Jill won an award in all 10 categories at the 32nd Golden Raspberry awards. This included Adam Sandler winning in BOTH worst actor and worst actress categories.

  8. While filming Pirates of the Caribbean in London, Johnny Depp received a letter from a local 9 year old girl, who asked for help with "munity" against her teachers. Depp turned up with no warning at the school in full Jack Sparrow outfit, but advised against munity.

  9. Jack Daniels employees get a free bottle of Jack on the first payday of each month.

  10. The inventor of the cereal Apple Jacks is currently a professor of biological engineering at MIT and invented the cereal as a summer intern

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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.

In 1955 Jack Daniel's was selling about 150,000 cases annually of its black-labeled Tennessee whiskey. That year Frank Sinatra endorsed the liquor during a performance. Because of that, by the end of 1956 Jack Daniel's sold about 300,000 cases

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

About the Hand Angels. The volunteer group that jacks off disabled people.

3 years after illegally joining the Marines at the age of 14, Jack Lucas snuck onto a ship bound for Iwo Jima, stormed the beach without a rifle, and threw himself on top of two grenades to protect his team. He survived, and is the youngest person to earn the Medal of Honor at 17.

About Jack Trice. He was the second black college football player. Before his first game, he wrote about how proud he was to have the opportunity. He was intentionally targeted throughout the game, breaking his collarbone and causing internal bleeding, which in turn caused his death.

In the 1st episode of 30 Rock, after Jack discusses how he developed the Trivection oven, GE ran an ad during commercial break to make sure the audience knew it was a real product, not something writers made up as a joke for the show.

John 'Mad Jack' Churchill, a British Army officer who fought throughout the Second World War armed with a longbow, bagpipes, and a basket-hilted Scottish broadsword. He holds the last recorded kill with a bow and arrow in action.

Jack Unterweger, an Austrian serial killer. After murdering an 18-year-old girl, he got a life sentence, but became an author and campaigned to get himself released after just 15 years. He then became a reporter, reporting on his own crimes as he proceeded to kill at least 9 more people.

In 1974, Time magazine researchers learned, and informed Jack Nicholson (30 at that time), that his sister was actually his mother, and his mother was his grandmother.

Robin Williams was offered the role of The Joker in Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman film as leverage to ensure Jack Nicholson accepted the part. As a result, Robin Williams refused to act in any Warner Bros films until the company apologized.

Jack, a baboon, was employed to change rail signals. After initial skepticism, the railway decided to officially employ the baboon once his job competency was verified. He was paid twenty cents a day, and 1/2 a bottle of beer each week. In his nine years of employment, Jack never made a mistake.

The story of Jack and the Beanstalk is believed to be over 5,000 years old. Rumpelstiltskin and Beauty and the Beast are thought to be around 4,000 years old.

Jack Black's older half brother, Neil Siegel, is a prolific computer scientist and engineer who has developed key systems for the US military and inventions that make GPS possible in our phones.

In the 70s, the U.S government tried to create an artificial reef using concrete jacks and old tires. The reef ended up becoming an ecological disaster as it eroded, causing loose tires to be picked up by hurricanes and collide with natural reefs elsewhere.

NHL player Jack Johnson made his mother the power of attorney when he turned pro. His parents proceeded to spend all his money and live a lavish lifestyle. Being oblivious to this he tried hiring agents and advisors to help manage his money but his mother would always fire them

That, as a child, Jack Black (real name Thomas Jacob Black) appeared in a commercial for the 1982 Atari videogame "Pitfall!"

In 2007, a nine-year-old Jack Russell Terrier named George sacrificed himself to save five children from an attack by two Pit Bulls. All three dogs had to be euthanized, but George was posthumously awarded a PDSA Gold Medal and his heroism was commemorated with a bronze statue.

Employees who work at Jack Daniels get a free bottle of Jack Daniels with their paychecks on the first Friday of every month.

Swansea Jack, a black retriever that lived in Newfoundland, Canada in the 1930's. The dog is credited with rescuing an estimated 27 people from drowning during his seven-year lifetime. He was named 'Dog of the Century' in 2000

Jack Black's eponymous character in the 2006 comedy Nacho Libre is based on a real priest- Sergio Gutiérrez Benítez, who wrestled with the ring name "Fray Tormenta" (Friar Storm) in order to support an orphanage he founded.

Jack Daniel's HQ is in a dry county so their product is not available for purchase in the area. Also US has dry counties.

The Jack Nicholson film 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' was filmed in an actual mental hospital and many of the extras were actually mental patients

Jack Tueller, a WWII soldier who was also a trumpet player and carried his instrument everywhere with him. He believes it saved his life from a German sniper in France. Figuring his enemy was just a scared kid like him, Jack played a love song before he set out. The sniper never fired.

Aerospace engineer and author Judith Love Cohen (worked on the Hubble Space Telescope) had two well known sons. The first son, Neil Siegel, developed GPS receivers in mobile devices and the US Army's first unmanned air vehicle system. The second son is a rather famous actor... named Jack Black.