Sunday, October 4, 2015

Boring Work Days and Me: 5 Things I've Learned Before 5:00pm - #WorldAnimalDay

1) More than a third of Major League baseball pitchers are left-handers, about three times the average among the general population. But why? Science How Stuff Works rules out witchcraft so I've exhausted my theories. Instead it's explained with a lot of scientific and technical mumbo jumbo with frankly still sound a lot like witchcraft to me.
2) Gaslighting is a form of mental abuse in which false information is presented with the intent of making victims doubt their own me
mory, perception, and sanity.
3) The duck-billed platypus a semi aquatic egg-laying mammal indigenous to eastern Australia, including Tasmania. It is the only egg-laying mammal known to man and some of its more cuddly features include venous foot spurs and double cone eyes which it uses to see into your soul. But this terrifying creature can do more than simply be a crime against nature: "We have a case for you detective!" 

4) The rock band AC/DC's name is a tribute to the rivalry between Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison

5) James Jesus Angleton, the left handed counterintelligence chief at the CIA from 1954 to 1975, suffered from crippling paranoia. 

But he like, these other unheeded paranoiacs, turned out to be right in the end. Read more and you'll see, you'll all see.

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