The internet really is a beautiful place. In 1989, teenager Mark Davis worked at a Chicago K-Mart. Mark was into sound systems too and when he took a peek behind a service desk, he discovered a cassette tape marked "October". It was the background music that played daily in the store for 12-14 hours. What did he do?
This sort of thing is always fun. A list of 23 little-known facts about Kentucky has been compiled for the Bluegrass State's 223rd birthday, which was Monday. Some are backed up. Some I know are true. Others? Well, you be the judge.
Seriously. How far would you travel for the food you most want to try and or desire? Two Canadian dads decided none of the over 600 KFCs in their country were good enough for their sons to try the Colonel's secret recipe (11 herbs and spices) for the first time. Nope!
Yes! This really happened. Two guys from Sweden had a really bright idea about a week ago. They decided to get a pink, sprinkled donut and send it to space on a weather balloon. And, you know what? It worked. Here's the video!
This would probably be more appropriate in October, but onlyinyourstate.com posted it in April, so why shouldn't I? Besides, if you wanted to visit these places, now's a great time to learn about them since the weather's getting better.
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