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Dandereshy


Dec
25th
2020

Merry Christmas! · 5:58pm Dec 25th, 2020

Even though the year has been pretty terrible, I hope this one day can bring you joy, and that you can spend it with someone you care for. Merry Christmas!

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Dec
15th
2020

About My Inactivity · 1:18am Dec 15th, 2020

Hello!

Short, sweet, and to the point: I've been very inactive here lately, and that (in short) is due in part to the economic impact of COVID, the fact that it is the holidays, and that I have much to do. Unfortunately, I am uncertain when this bout of inactivity will end, but that will hopefully be soon. I wish you all the best in these hard times, and hope you continue to stick around, as I will be back, and there will be updates as well as new stories in the future!

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Nov
10th
2020

Strange But True #36 · 12:09am Nov 10th, 2020

Next batch of weird facts, fresh from the internet! Enjoy!


1. A man in 2007 tried to fake his own death to get out of a cellphone bill. It didn't work.

2. Light doesn't always necessarily travel at light speed - light has been recorded moving as slow as 38 mph in a controlled vacuum medium.

3. Casu marzu is a Sardinian cheese that contains live maggots.

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Oct
27th
2020

Strange But True #35 · 12:31am Oct 27th, 2020

10 more amazing facts for you to enjoy!


1. There are more public libraries in the United states than McDonald's.

2. Chainsaws were invented for aid during childbirth. Yikes!

3. Paper bags are worse for the environment than plastic ones.

4. German chocolate is not named after the country. It was named after Sam German.

5. The voice actors for the original Mickey and Minnie Mouse got married.

6. A "buttload" is an actual measurement.

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Oct
5th
2020

Strange But True #34 · 10:46pm Oct 5th, 2020

These are admittedly getting harder to do, hence the bi-weekly posting lately. Not to mention real life stuff preoccupying me. Nevertheless - here they are, 10 amazing facts! Enjoy!


1. The Japanese word "kamikaze" means divine wind, and although it is recognized as the death scream of suicidal Japanese pilots in WW2, it originated from the very fact that typhoons saved Japan from Kublai Khan in the 12th century.

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Sep
14th
2020

Strange But True #33 · 10:18pm Sep 14th, 2020

Belated by two weeks, but here you are! Enjoy!


1. Basically anything that melts can be made into glass. You just have to cool off a molten material before its molecules have time to realign into what they were before being melted.

2. A small percentage of what you see on dead channels (white noise) is radiation from the Big Bang. You are watching a visual of the birth of the universe.

3. Dead people can still get goosebumps.

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Sep
8th
2020

Update · 6:29pm Sep 8th, 2020

Hello!

I apologize for the lack of production lately. Real life getting a little busy and so I've missed some deadlines. Strange But True facts will return next week, along (hopefully) with another chapter of 366 Hours. Thanks for understanding!

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Aug
25th
2020

Strange But True #32 · 12:17am Aug 25th, 2020

Facts blog number 32! Hope you enjoy this metals edition!


1. Mercury melts at -37 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest melting point of any metal.

2. Tungsten has the highest melting temp of any metal at 6,192 degrees Fahrenheit.

3. The human body needs eight different metals for healthy bodily function: copper, zinc, sodium, calcium, potassium, manganese, and magnesium. There are other metals the human body uses for different things, but not as prominently.

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Aug
19th
2020

I Created A Patreon Thingy · 9:47pm Aug 19th, 2020

Maybe it will help? I don't do too well financially, so I was hoping a Patreon would allow me to dampen the blow of bills. I will start drawing and writing more often, I suppose. Not to mention I make custom dice from metal and stone as a hobby/business. All money sent to the Patreon goes through a "secretary" of sorts (my roommate) for now until I can get bank stuff cleared up.

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Aug
17th
2020

Strange But True #31 · 10:54pm Aug 17th, 2020

Weekly facts! (Sorry about last week's - I was busy.)


1. Erosion at the base of Niagara Falls has caused the falls to recede approximately seven miles over the past 10,000 years.

2. The main library at Indiana University sinks over an inch a year. When it was designed engineers failed to take into account the weight of all the books that would occupy the building.

3. Every time you lick a stamp, you're consuming 1/10 of a calorie.

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