Buzz Lightyear’s original name is Lunar Larry.
On this 20th Anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks, we remember the innocent Americans who were killed at the hands of terrorists, and honor the brave men and women who perished trying to save them.
God Bless them, their families, and may He continue to bless the United States of America.
Plastic Easter eggs and plastic Easter grass were invented by a man who holds more patents than Thomas Edison.
A dozen bodies were once found in Benjamin Franklin’s basement.
In the early stage version of The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy’s faithful companion Toto was replaced by a cow named Imogene.
The unkempt Shaggy of Scooby-Doo fame has a rather proper real name—Norville Rogers.
The average age of the signers of the Declaration of Independence was 45 years old.
There was a long-lost fourth member of the Snap/Crackle/Pop gang. “Pow” represented Rice Krispies’ explosive nutritional value.
In the first Kentucky Derby in 1875, 13 of the 15 jockeys were black. Of the first 28 Derby winners, 15 were black.
When Coca-Cola announced the return of Coke’s original formula in 1985, ABC News interrupted General Hospital to break the story.