Confucius is the individual who is a popular part of the history of China. He is not the one behind any inventions or discoveries. He became popular all around the world due to the teachings he made. The standards set … Read more
1. Shakespeare might took drugs while writing, scientists have found traces of cocaine and myristic acid in this genius’ Stratford-upon-Avon home, some people even trust that Shakespeare alludes to drugs in his works. Check it out
2. Shakespeare used “your mom” jokes (maternal insult) in the 1500s and 1600s in Timons … Read more
1. Thomas Jefferson was the third President of the United States, he played a very important role in the early history of the United States, also a very interesting figure in his day.
2. The US Library of Congress was built in 1800, but burned down in … Read more
Maybe that’s one of the reasons that he was not banned from entering the U.S.
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Many people know actor Paul Walker, but do not know that he has done many good deeds. He had helped a couple buy a $9,000 diamond ring 10 years ago. This is a touching incident he had done for a soldier and his wife.
In 2004, a soldier … Read more
1. Basketball officially became one of Olympic sports in the 1936 Berlin Games.
2. In 1967, slam dunks were considered illegal (maybe it was considered violent); nine years later it was legalized again.
3. Dr. James Naismith, Canadian-born American teacher … Read more
Buzz Aldrin, the second man who lands on moon, his mother’s maiden name was Moon. So maybe Armstrong was not the first to the moon.
Buzz Aldrin was born in 1930, his father was an Air Force Colonel, so he joined the United … Read more
British novelist, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created the famous detective story Sherlock Holmes. In real life Doyle had corrected two injustice, closed cases: in 1906, Doyle helped an Anglo-Indian lawyer out of prison, who was charged for sending threatening letters and mutilating animals but the animals … Read more
Eric Lawson who had acted the rugged cowboy in the Marlboro ads from 1978 to 1981 died of chronic lung disease at his home in San Luis Obispo on January 10, 2014, at the age of 72. According to his wife Susan Lawson, Lawson … Read more
Brazilian model, Gisele Bundchen is one of the most famous models of Victoria’s Secret and a mother of two children. This picture shows this supermodel how to combine her work and her children. It’s controversial that if women should breastfeed their baby in … Read more
This was Winston Churchill’s portrait, painted by modernist painter Graham Sutherland in 1954. But Churchill and his wife hated it, they described it as “malignant” and “filthy”, but they had to accept it and praised it “remarkable modern art” and “force with candour”, to prevent … Read more
Harry Potter’s actor Daniel Radcliffe broken about 70 wizard wands during making the entire series film, it is said that Danial used them as drumsticks. The famous lightning scar on Harry Potter’s face had been applied by dresser about 5800 times, 2000 times … Read more
In 2012, artist marco cianfanelli built a Nelson Mandela monument which consists of 50 steel columns in South Africa where he was arrested 50 years ago, in order to commemorate the great peace activist. Mandela has dedicated his life to anti-apartheid movement, he had been locked in prison for 27 years. In 1993, he was awarded the Nobel Peace … Read more
Rapper 2 Chainz (Tauheed Epps) had won a basketball scholarship in Alabama State University and graduated college with a 4.0 GPA.
Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook is red-green colorblind which means blue is the only tricolor he can see best, this is why he chose blue as the color of Facebook.
Blue is a popular color which shows strength and credibility, fortunately the … Read more
World’s tallest poker card building.
Bryan Berg is an American architect, he spends most of his time on building houses, not using reinforced concrete but ordinary poker cards. He is the holder of two Guinness World Records, one is the world’s tallest poker … Read more