Oscar the Grouch was originally orange.
The third founder of Apple, Ronald Wayne, sold his 10% stake in the company in 1976 for $800. His stake in 2017 would be worth almost $80 billion.
Red Dawn, the action thriller starring Patrick Swayze, was the first movie released with a PG-13 rating.
During the reunion of the Battle of Gettysburg in 1913, two men purchased a hatchet from the local hardware store and buried it in the ground where the battle was fought.
Bacon was used to make explosives in WWII.
Muppet Miss Piggy, Sesame Street puppet Cookie Monster, and Star Wars Character Yoda have one thing in common: They are all voiced by actor Frank Oz.
Sliced bread was first manufactured by machine and sold in the 1920s by the Chillicothe Baking Company in Missouri.
If “The Simpsons” aged normally, Bart would now be older than Marge was in the first season.
Google’s founders were willing to sell to Excite for under $1 million in 1999—but Excite turned them down.
M&M’s turned down product placement in ET.