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1. Nirvana and Soundgarden shared a member named Jason Everman who went on to became a Green Beret. 2. The Rolling Stones were criticized for high ticket prices on their 1969 US tour so they decided to hold a free concert. The festival was organized by the Grateful Dead and took place at the Altamont Speedway in 1969. It was a disaster and signaled the end of the hippie movement.
1. In 2012, 146 girls were legally named Khaleesi after Daenerys’ nickname. 2. In the series, Charles Dance's character, Tywin Lannister, was previously married to a woman named Joanna before her death and had three children by her. In real life, Dance was previously married to a woman who was also named Joanna before their divorce and has three children.
Before Jon Hamm was an actor he was a high school drama teacher. He taught actress Ellie Kemper, who he would later work with in "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt." | Most Koreans don't produce body odor due to large scale dominance of the gene ABCC11. As a consequence, deodorant is a rare commodity in Korea.
Alexandra Daddario's grandfather was Emilio Daddario. He was credited with capturing Benito Mussolini's Chief of Staff, and was awarded the Legion of Merit and the Bronze Star Medal. He would later go on to become a congressman from the 86th through 91st United States Congresses | After Beethoven went deaf, he found he could affix a metal rod to his piano and bite down on it while he played, enabling him to hear perfectly through vibrations in his jawbone. The process is called bone conduction.
The Big Bang Theory actors Jim Parsons (Sheldon), Johnny Galecki (Leonard), Kaley Cuoco (Penny), Kunal Nayyar (Raj) and Simon Helberg (Howard) each took a $100,000-per-episode pay cut from the $1 million that each had been earning in order to free up additional money for Bialik (Amy) and Rauch’s (Bernadette) raises | #fact #knowledge #brain