…that Richard Nixon refused to release his golf scores to a Senate committee in 1974, instead sending an audio tape of Henry Kissinger reading from the allegedly original scorecards?
…that the saxophone was invented as an agricultural implement?
…that King Alfred the Great wrote a three-volume novel entitled Miss Whorple’s Confession, but it was rejected by his publisher as being not commercial enough?
…that the Internet was originally designed to make sure the Department of Defense had access to the national strategic stockpile of cat pictures even in the event of a nuclear war?
…that up to six crows are called a “murder,” but seven or more are called a “strategic interdiction”?