History -The Real Deal-Part 5
|October 3, 2011||Posted by billyrob under pop culture||
Albert Einstein’s one regret:
He couldn’t quite figure out the mathematical equation that would have tamed his hair.
The rumors were not true.
President Millard Fillmore did not own the Fillmore East.
However, he was a partner in the Fillmore West,
as well as a strip club down the street.
The Washington Monument looks nothing like George Washington.
Prohibition ended when a majority of states protested
the loss of revenue from drunk driving fines.
Pearl Harbor was not the intended target of the Japanese.
It was meant for a man known as Earl Barber.
(An obviously similar name thus the confusion)
Earl was a Hawaiian barber who,
for some unexplained reason, purposely gave all Japanese customers bad haircuts.
Fidel Castro first grew his famous beard when he was a stand-in
for Tom Hanks during the shooting of the movie “Cast Away.”