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False Facts #6
These sure sound good, but they're not true.
The Internal Revenue Service audits 87 percent of women who claim breast implants as tax deductions.
Everyone knows that staring at a solar eclipse can blind you. But staring at a lunar eclipse can also harm you - the eye is fooled into allowing too much infrared light into the eye, which can result in red-green color blindness.
The FBI's eleventh most wanted fugitive is Lyle Lovett.
George W. Bush is a member of the mile-high club in Air Force One.
Human tonsils are so dense that they can bounce higher than a rubber ball of similar weight and size, but only for the first 30 minutes after they've been removed.
Elvis impersonators account for much more annual tax revenue than Elvis ever did.
Larry King wears suspenders in the shower.
Police lineups always put the guilty guy in the middle.
As a rule, tall people attract fewer mosquitoes.
Comic duo Cheech and Chong were originally known as Spic and Span before changing due to pressure from Chicano organizations.
At the last supper, Jesus was automatically billed eighteen percent gratuity because his party included six or more people.
To thank the French for the Statue of Liberty, in early caricatures of "Uncle Sam", he always wore a beret (instead of the trademark stovepipe hat).
The city of Slaughter, Texas (population: 11,284), has never had a homicide occur within its boundaries.
George W. Bush has negotiated with the governor of South Dakota to get his face added to Mount Rushmore. Construction is scheduled to start in 2016.
No death-row inmate has ever asked for tofu as his last meal.
The last dinosaur roamed the earth in 1946.
A Canadian study has shown that if you choose a baby's name before it is born, the baby will most likely be female.
The father of the famous murderer "Son of Sam" actually was named Percy.
Cats really do land on their feet, except when they're in heat.
Rubbing Tabasco on one's upper lip before bedtime is an effective temporary cure for sleep apnea.
In an eighteen month period in 1973-1974, since there was renovation work on the Capitol building in St. Paul, Minnesota, state government was actually run out of an office building in River Falls, Wisconsin.
British pop singer Baby Spice is the great-great-great-great-great-great-grandniece of Archduke William Pinkley-Hogue of Staffordshire, making her 103rd in line for the throne of England.
Rosie O'Donnell was recently offered $1,000,000 to pose nude for Playboy.
The egg of a hummingbird will actually float in mid-air in foggy conditions.
In the northern hemisphere, water goes down the drain clockwise. In the southern hemisphere - counterclockwise. On the equator, water flows both ways, depending on the moon's phases.
Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench sleeps in the crouching position.
Osama bin Laden had seen Woody Allen's "Annie Hall" 15 times.
Studies show newborns will recognize their mother's face more readily if their mother wears sunglasses.
The curved shape of a hockey stick is a throwback to prehistoric use of mastodon tusks in a similar game.
Male ladybugs always have an odd number of spots, and one spot will always be white.
The record for most appearances on the cover of Time Magazine is 26 by Tom Arnold.
Evian water got its name from the first founder of the company, who remarked, "People have got to be really naive to buy bottled water". The name stuck; Evian is naive backwards.
From 1970 through 1972, the penny actually showed Abraham Lincoln with a mustache but no beard.
A Native American tribe in South Dakota collects bottle caps left by campers, using them as currency. Several banks in the area now recognize the caps as legal tender.
When you flip the 2005 Minnesota statehood quarter, heads will come up 61% of the time instead of the expected 50%.