May 1, 2009
• An audit of over 51 million death certificates from North America, South America, Europe and parts of Asia and Africa shows that none of those people have died from a hang nail, but in 27 cases a hang nail was listed as a contributing factor.
• In the U.S., Federal tax refunds that were electronically deposited in the taxpayer's bank account averaged $147.23 more than refunds that were made by traditional paper check.
• The average yarmulka manufactured in the US is 5.02 percent larger in diameter than the average yarmulka manufactured in the middle east.
• Cognitive Behaviorists have determined that any set of numerals with more than 6 digits can be made 18 percent more readable when digit-groups of three to four characters are separated by periods or hyphens.
• In Rome, 7.7 percent of all wine consumed is consumed by tourists.