In 2016, a tired Uber driver asked his passenger to take over while on a 300-mile trip so he could take a nap
The driver woke up in the middle of a police chase
On April 19th, 1995, a man robbed a bank disguised with lemon juice on his face.
Since he knew lemon juice could be used as invisible ink, he thought it would make his face invisible on camera.
In 2009, Stephen Hawking hosted an open party for everyone, but only publicized it after it was over; so only time-travelers would know to attend.
As he expected, no one came.
Treadmills were originally invented 200 years ago as a form of punishment
In 1999, a 6-year-old chimpanzee named Raven became the 22nd most successful money manager on Wall Street. She delivered a 213% gain and outperformed more than 6,000 professional brokers
Raven chose her stocks by throwing darts at a list of 133 internet companies
The CIA tried using cats as spies in the 1960s.
After five years and over $20 million spent training these spy cats, they were unsuccessful.
The founder of Adidas went by the nickname Adi, because his real name – Adolf – has become rather unpopular.
Each time a person sneezes on an airplane, that sneeze circulates the entire airplane cabin before being filtered out by vents.
Research suggests that when someone disagrees with you, you should speak faster so they have less time to process what you’re saying.
A mentally ill man shot himself in the head as a suicide attempt. The bullet cured his disorder and he became a straight-A college student.