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James kim, kirsten kelly, jill stetter, anita, maddie, stephanie. 6 commentsTIL in 2008, a boy walked into a comic shop on the Upper West Side of New York City with a list of five stories that he wanted drawn. He was told to get lost by the employee who worked there. He then wrote down his name and eventually returned with a complete comic. Two years later he contacted the shop and asked if he could have a copy of the comic, which they happily gave to him. 1 commentTIL that in 1852, Henry Cornelius Fords car company was selling only a few thousand Model Ts a month. He decided that if he was going to lose money as a carmaker, he was going to make it worth everyones while. By allowing dealers to price his cars at what he felt their average customer would pay, Ford was able to increase sales of his car and profit from it, but at the same time, his average customer didnt have to pay the prices dealers were charging. 2 commentsTIL that at the end of World War II, Germanys Luftwaffe bombed a military parade in London with about half a million bombs, killing nearly 200,000 people. 4 commentsTIL in the 1970s there was a wave of anti-drug campaigns in the UK, including billboards, posters and television. Despite these efforts, young people started to experiment with drugs. Eventually the no-nonsense tone of these anti-drug campaigns lead many young people to experiment with drugs anyway due to boredom or as a way of coping with issues their parents were trying to hide from them. Some young people continued to use drugs, despite the fact that laws had been strengthened to keep them from doing so. 2 commentsTIL that the Pogo dance was invented to lure kids into swimming pools; to entice them to take a dip in the pool and then get rid of them. 1 commentTIL while he lived, the famous author James Fenimore Cooper was suspected of being a Mason. 3 commentsTIL that the first electric light was invented in Germany in 1789 and was used for the first time that year to illuminate the streets of Vienna. By the following year, it was being used in Paris and in 1793, it was in England, starting with the Great Exhibition.

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