1. Santa Klaus was created by Coca-Cola and he has been featured in Coke ads since the 1920s.
2. In 1979, a bunch of disco records were blown up in Chicago at a White Sox game in front of an audience of 60,000 as in protest of disco as a musical genre. People were afraid that disco threatened rock and roll.
3. Studio 54, perhaps the most famous commercial nightclub in New York City, was held in an old CBS studio — the same studio that was home to The $64,000 Question game show.
4. Before it became a metrosexual men’s magazine, Details was THE arbiter of “downtown cool” in New York of the 1980s.
5. Cats have over 100 vocal chords. Makes you wonder how many keys they can say “Meow” in!
6. Shrimp can only swim backwards, turtles breathe through their asses, fish can drown and a duck…
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