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American Airlines saved $40,000 in 1987 by eliminating one olive from each salad in first class. See more

Posted in Health & Food Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

There are 100 million internet users in China. Some of the sites they can't access are BBC news, Amnesty International and Dalailama.com. See more

Posted in Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

The original name of Bank of America was Bank of Italy. See more

Posted in Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

Topless saleswomen are legal in Liverpool, England, but only in tropical fish stores. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

If the entire population of earth was reduced to exactly 100 people,50% of the world's currency would be held by 6 people. See more

Posted in Business & Politics Other by Paul van der Maas

Ninety percent of New York City cabbies are recently arrived immigrants. See more

Posted in Business & Politics by Bas van Rijn

Members of the armed forces and the police cannot vote in the Dominican Republic. See more

Posted in Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

The Mall in Washington, D.C. is 1.4 times larger than Vatican City. See more

Posted in Business & Politics Other by Paul van der Maas

The ten most generous governments (relative to GDP) are all in Europe. See more

Posted in Business & Politics Other by Paul van der Maas

72% of people in Mali earn less than $1 per day. See more

Posted in Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

More than 20% of the votes in the 2001 elections in Argentina were invalid. See more

Posted in Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

You can be imprisoned for not voting in Fiji, Chile and Egypt - at least in theory. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

Former enemies, America and Russia now have a great deal in common - they both lead the world in locking people up. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

The word "politics" describes the process so well: "Poli" in Latin meaning "many" and "tics" meaning "bloodsucking creatures." See more

Posted in Entertainment Business & Politics by Maria Chernaya

Julius Caesar, Alexander the Great, and Dostoyevsky were all epileptics (aka brain disorder). See more

Posted in Health & Food Business & Politics by Maria Chernaya

The first owner of the Marlboro Company died of lung cancer. See more

Posted in Health & Food Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

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