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Where Did Mr. T Got His Name?

Mr. T is a professional wrestler and actor from the United States. He is well-known for his performances as B. A. Baracus in the 1980s television series The A-Team and boxer Clubber Lang in the 1982 film Rocky III. But did you ever wonder where he got his screen name? Mr. T. was born Lawrence …

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What is the Story Behind Disney’s The Sweatbox?

The Walt Disney Company, more commonly known as just Disney is an American multinational entertainment conglomerate based in California. The company was founded on October 16, 1923, by brothers Walt and Roy Disney and was initially called the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio. Disney has gone through a lot of changes throughout the years, from its …

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How Did A Double Decker Bus Jump Over the Tower Bridge?

Tower Bridge is well-known for being one of London’s most visually appealing structures, thanks to its Neo-Gothic architectural style and functional sections. It was recognized as the most sophisticated bascule bridge in the world when it first opened. But did you know that a double-decker bus jumped over Tower Bridge?  In 1952, Albert Gunter, a …

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The Trollface meme creator registered the said meme in 2010. As of 2015, he has already earned a little over $100,000 in licensing fees, settlements, and other payouts.

The Maker Of The Trollface Meme Is Counting His Money You’re probably familiar with this image, the infamous “trollface” that’s circulated the Internet for years. Someone drew the original trollface, and it’s 24-year-old Carlos Ramirez. Back in 2008, Ramirez should have been working on a college paper, but as was the case on most nights, …

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