CIA Headquarters has it’s own Starbucks.
In 2015 the TSA collected $765,759.15 in loose change at airport security checkpoints across the country. They get to keep all of it.
The term “ZIP” in “ZIP code” is an acronym for “Zone Improvement Plan.”
The British Standards Institution has a 5,000 word report on the correct way to make a cup of tea.
Since 1990, South Dakota has celebrated Native American Day instead of Columbus Day.
Estonia became the first nation to hold legally binding general elections over the Internet in 2005.
Starting 2015, all New York residents must recycle their old electronics like PCs and TVs, or face a US$100 fine.
During the Panic of 1893, JP Morgan used $60 million in bonds to bail out the United States government.
In Finland, fines are based on income. In 2002, a Nokia executive was fined with a US$103,000 speeding ticket.
Remember, this is government work that has been socialized to accept “human caused global warming” as fact even though future catastrophic warming is only in computers.