2024 R todayilearned - TIL that beyond the Bible, historical evidence suggests Jesus' existence. Scholars like Mykytiuk and Ehrman find consensus in non-biblical records from Jewish and Roman historians like Josephus and Tacitus.

 
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r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here.TIL stands for "today I learned." People use it to share a fact that they recently learned. That fact could be something as simple as a new route on the way …r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL that glacier mice are are colonies of wandering moss, observed as far apart as Alaska and Uganda. They ...The goal of /r/Movies is to provide an inclusive place for discussions and news about films with major releases. Submissions should be for the purpose of informing or initiating a discussion, not just to entertain readers. Bill didn't understand what this would mean. We can understand what it means, because we've seen a hundred times, a presenter say, 'To play us out...', and then it cuts to whatever is playing us out. Presumably this is because he can't see the edit, as the script writer can envisage, and the editor can create. As a result, Bill thought that the ...r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL Quebec has an unofficial ‘Moving Day’ on July 1 when people across the province traditionally move apartments ...r/todayilearned • TIL that in 1966 the glass roof of the Houston Astrodome was painted to reduce glare. However, this reduced the amount of sunlight in the stadium and most of the grass died. A synthetic grass surface called ChemGrass was installed in its place, and Astroturf got its name. Some, including r/iPhone, decided it would extend the protest beyond the planned 48 hours and remain private “indefinitely.” That means that no one, except moderators and approved submitters ...3 days ago ... Winston Churchill r/TodayILearned Welcome to Learned Something Today. Did you like the video? Did you know this one? Let me know!r/todayilearned • TIL that When Edward Safra was 16, he earned $40 million during arbitrage transactions between Italian and British gold sovereigns and used this money to obtain a financial house in Geneva which became his Trade Development Bank which used only ancient Arabic script for its bookkeeping.TIL that Shaquille O'Neal released four rap albums between 1993-1998 which include features of rap icons such as Method Man, Redman, Warren G, Keith Murray, Phife Dog, The Notorious B.I.G, Jay-Z, Rakim and Mobb Deep from which two of them were awarded with platinum and gold. r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning . r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here.TIL about Dorilocos, a street food snack from Mexico that incorporates Dorito nacho cheese chips mixed with pork rinds, jicama, cucumbers, carrots, peanuts, lime juice, hot sauce, chili powder and even gummy bears. It is a variant of Tostilocos which is made with Tostitos. atlasobscura. 1.1K. 54.In late 2008, the subreddit r/TodayILearned would emerge on Reddit, which ended up elevating the relatively unused term from obscurity to fame. Today, the r/TodayILearned subreddit is one of the biggest communities on the entire platform, with over 24 million users subscribed.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL Quebec has an unofficial ‘Moving Day’ on July 1 when people across the province traditionally move apartments ...r/todayilearned • TIL that in the late 1800's and early 1900's, gambling on US elections was extremely widespread. In New York, the amount of money spent on betting on elections would often exceed the total trading in stocks and bonds. Since there weren't modern polls, betting odds were how newspaper predicted races.r/todayilearned • TIL that during the state opening of parliament in 1845, the Duke of Argyll accidentally dropped the Imperial State Crown, causing £150 (23,000$ today) worth of damage. Of the accident, Queen Victoria wrote in her diary:" [The Crown] was all crushed and squashed, like a pudding that had set down."r/todayilearned Today I Learned (TIL) You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. reReddit: Top posts of March 6, 2010 reReddit: Top posts of March 2010 reReddit: Top posts of 2010 truer/todayilearned • TIL the Portuguese Man o’ War is a colonial organism, where many organisms form one unit. They produce both sexually and asexually. First, the male and female polyps release gametes into the water which, when fertilized, result in larvae that then begin to reproduce asexually to create a new colony. Today I learned that in Central Europe there are hunger stones (hungerstein), in river beds stones were marked with an inscription, visible only when the flow was low enough to warn of a drought that would cause famine. : r/todayilearned • by EruvanI went to school for 4 years for an animation degree and this is a small part of what animators call "Space Logic". It also dictates certain tropes, well known ones like not falling off a cliff until you notice it, and even lesser known/noticed ones like when snapping your finger the sound comes from when the fingers pop and not when finger hits the palm …r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL you can go to the island of Sicily via a "boat-train", the last remaining passenger train ferry in Europe. It is a 25-minute ride across the ...r/todayilearned • TIL that Waldo, the vocalist of the US death metal band "Hatebeak", is a gray parrot, who learned to make grim, deathly squawks to accompany the music of his human bandmates. Waldo does not travel to play concerts. His most recent full record was "The Number of the Beak". Today I Learned. A pregnant mother with twins lost one fetus in the first trimester and the other developed a coccyx tumor the size of a fetus that was killing it. Doctors removed baby LynLee from the womb, cut off the tumor, then put her back in the womb and she was ‘born again’ healthy 12 weeks later.u/FearlessJuan. 5 months ago. TIL about the Omaha race riot of 1919 from the book "The Dead Are Arising" by Les Payne about Malcolm X's life, in which a white mob lynched viciously a black innocent man, hanging him, shooting him, dragging him around behind a car, burning his corpse and posing for pictures. No one went to jail. r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL that the famous “I’ll have what she’s having” line from the film "When Harry Met Sally” wasn't in the original script. Billy ...Buy "r/todayilearned" by manu142 as a iPad Case & Skin. Your favourite online community.r/todayilearned: You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just …Im new to the Leach Giveway story. I have been getting texts and harrassed to no end by the winner,,allegedly. I have been instructed to get $250 ready and a fedex person will come to my home to pick.it up and the driver will hand me a "box" with all cash in it.Today I Learned. The California Genocide, an oft-forgotten event in U.S. history due to occurring at the same time at the California Gold Rush. The Native …5 days ago ... SpongeBob SquarePants r/TodayILearned Welcome to Learned Something Today. Did you like the video? Did you know this one?r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .r/todayilearned • TIL despite numerous rumors and conspiracy theories, historical records and credible sources firmly state that Adolf Hitler did not have any known children. This has been corroborated by various historians and scholars who have extensively researched Hitler's personal life and lineage. r/todayilearned • TIL About Cape Malays in South Africa. The descendants of enslaved and free Muslims from different parts of the world, specifically Indonesia (known then as the Dutch East Indies) and other SE Asian countries, who lived at the Cape during Dutch and British rule. There are 176,000 remaining.TIL that Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan got his stage name not from Scream, but from Mystery of Chessboxing, a 1979 kung fu movie. In fact, Scream came out in 1996, three years after the first Wu-Tang album.Aug 1, 2021 · R/todayilearned. Screenshot from Reddit. When you join the community of r/todayilearned, the expression of “you learn something new every day” will never be truer words. This subreddit will definitely give you something new each day with its 25.8 million contributors. The world is old and new at the same time.Feb 4, 2021 · Today I Learned. A pregnant mother with twins lost one fetus in the first trimester and the other developed a coccyx tumor the size of a fetus that was killing it. Doctors removed baby LynLee from the womb, cut off the tumor, then put her back in the womb and she was ‘born again’ healthy 12 weeks later. Redditate: TodayILearned Pick a topic to view. Fullview / Listview Close. keeping ... www.redditate.com/?r=r/nameofthesubreddit. Created by Dave Gamache, © 2011 ...r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .In February 2010, the official Twitter feed for the /r/TIL subreddit was set up, followed by the launch of the Tumblr blog in June 2012 and the official Facebook page in August that same year. In mid-May 2011, the moderators of /r/TIL announced that the acronym "TIL" would be phased out in favor of the phrase "todayilearned" for the name of the ...r/todayilearned • TIL Phil Mickelson finished in 2nd place at the U.S Open major golf championship 6 times without ever winning. It is the only major championship he hasn't won and he holds the record for most 2nd place finishes without a win for a specific major tournament.Literally every famous Duke quote was taken from B movies. "This is my Boom-stick!" and "Hail to the King, baby." were both Army of Darkness. He quotes Pulp Fiction, Star Wars, Stand By Me, Andrew Dice Clay- the game was meant to be one long homage, but of course the fans who weren't familiar with the originals took it to be clever one-liners made for the game, and it kind of snowballed.• 1 hr. ago TIL in 2016, a suicide bomber carrying explosives in his laptop boarded Daallo Airlines, with the intention of destroying the aircraft. Twenty minutes after takeoff, the bomb detonated, resulting in a hole in the plane and the ejection of the bomber from the aircraft. he was the only casualty. TIL stands for "today I learned." People use it to share a fact that they recently learned. That fact could be something as simple as a new route on the way …Some, including r/iPhone, decided it would extend the protest beyond the planned 48 hours and remain private “indefinitely.” That means that no one, except moderators and approved submitters ...r/todayilearned • TIL the Nigerian version of Big Brother is the most successful version in the global Big Brother franchise, with viewership of over 309 million. The 2023 season of it has its prize money at 154,989 USD, making it the one of versions with the most substantial prize money. r/todayilearned • TIL that in the late 1800's and early 1900's, gambling on US elections was extremely widespread. In New York, the amount of money spent on betting on elections would often exceed the total trading in stocks and bonds. Since there weren't modern polls, betting odds were how newspaper predicted races. r/todayilearned: You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just …Literally every famous Duke quote was taken from B movies. "This is my Boom-stick!" and "Hail to the King, baby." were both Army of Darkness. He quotes Pulp Fiction, Star Wars, Stand By Me, Andrew Dice Clay- the game was meant to be one long homage, but of course the fans who weren't familiar with the originals took it to be clever one-liners made for the game, and it kind of snowballed.r/todayilearned • TIL that “air-chilled” chicken differs from traditional aka “water-chilled” chicken, and results in less water absorption, more flavor, and lower risk of cross contamination. Air chilled chicken has been widely available in Europe for decades, but relatively recently become popular in the USA.TodayILearned now in Telegram! More channels: @reddit2telegram_bot Chat for ideas: https://telegram.me/r_channelsr/todayilearned • TIL Jaws directly contributed to a surge in shark hunting, and consequently a drop in shark populations. Peter Benchley regretted writing Jaws, "Knowing what I know now, I could never write that book today. Sharks don't target human beings, and they certainly don't hold grudges."Can still be propaganda to belittle a party or a period, even half a century later. Historiography has shown that regimes or mere biased academics and chroniclers might write half-truths or complete inventions to serve their rhetoric and cast some bad lights on some past events or full periods, especially post 1789 and after the industrial revolution …TIL The first firefighter to die on 9/11 was hit by a jumper. On the anniversary 3 years ago I heard some 911 calls played. Two stuck out in my head. One was a woman trapped in the building. She was terrified and was coughing a lot from the smoke. The operator was trying so hard to calm her down.Sep 22, 2021 · Each of the posts starts with TIL, which is an acronym for “today I learned.” There is so much we can learn about our world that is both old and new. And the r/todayilearned subreddit is the best place to get some new knowledge for the ever-curious Redditors. Visit r/todayilearned . 6. R/PraiseTheCameraMan r/todayilearned • TIL despite numerous rumors and conspiracy theories, historical records and credible sources firmly state that Adolf Hitler did not have any known children. This has been corroborated by various historians and scholars who have extensively researched Hitler's personal life and lineage.r/todayilearned • TIL that “air-chilled” chicken differs from traditional aka “water-chilled” chicken, and results in less water absorption, more flavor, and lower risk of cross contamination. Air chilled chicken has been widely available in Europe for decades, but relatively recently become popular in the USA.A brief discussion of what the quote means in the Bhagavad Gita . The background. Arjuna, the mighty warrior prince, and his brothers are going to war against his cousins, to fight for their rights and avenge injustices. But on seeing his cousins, uncles, family ranged against him, Arjuna breaks down and asks Krishna, the avatar of God, "How can you justify war, …r/todayilearned • TIL: Multimillionaire Maria Assunta, upon her death left her entire fortune of $13 million, all of her properties such as villas, homes, and land to her cat Tommaso, making the cat one of the world's richest felines. Just a few years prior, Tommaso was a stray cat she found in the streets of Rome. TIL that Robert Ballard, best known for his discovery of the wreck of the Titanic, also uncovered the Battleship Bismarck, the aircraft carrier Yorktown and John F. Kennedy’s PT-109. r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL that glacier mice are are colonies of wandering moss, observed as far apart as Alaska and Uganda. They ...r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL: During World War 1 rapid progress in medicine occurred including the first face grafts ...r/todayilearned. today i learned, interesting, interesting facts, trivia, history, reddit, education · 20+ Fascinating Facts For Perpetual Knowledge Seekers.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL when adjectives are strung together, there is an order to them to sound “correct”, the order being Opinion, Size, Physical Quality, Shape, Age ...r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just ...r/todayilearned • TIL While filming Monty Python & The Holy Grail (1975), Graham Chapman developed delirium tremens (DTs) from lack of alcohol on set. DTs can be fatal even with treatment and typically only affect habitual drinkers who consume 0.5L of liquor or 7-8 pints of beer daily for 10 years or more.04-Aug-2011 ... Take r/todayilearned (“Today I Learned,” or TIL for short), one of the most popular sections on the site. Here, redditors highlight rare ...r/todayilearned • TIL Phil Mickelson finished in 2nd place at the U.S Open major golf championship 6 times without ever winning. It is the only major championship he hasn't won and he holds the record for most 2nd place finishes without a win for a specific major tournament.Jun 27, 2020 · 5. /r/TodayILearned. Visit /r/TodayILearned if you are interested in learning about new things every day. This subreddit features interesting articles about uncommon knowledge about certain events, things, and many more. This subreddit is an interesting way to learn more about the world, ...r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL: In many languages, the colors described in English as "blue" and "green" are expressed using a single term ...On Aug. 26, 2023, a Reddit user on the subreddit r/todayilearned posted, "[Today I learned] that Jim Carrey was paid $7 million for 'Dumb and Dumber,' while his co-star Jeff Daniels made just ...Every day on r/todayilearned. Next. 118,714 Views•September 7 2014. Select . ... Every day on r/todayilearned. 10,073. 201. 119K. Wouldn't you like to be a ...r/todayilearned • TIL the Soccer Ashes Tournament. It was played between Australia and New Zealand every year from the 1920s until the trophy for it was lost in the 1950s. It was found again this year in a former Australian soccer star's garage so they restarted the tournament this year. In February 2010, the official Twitter feed for the /r/TIL subreddit was set up, followed by the launch of the Tumblr blog in June 2012 and the official Facebook page in August that same year. In mid-May 2011, the moderators of /r/TIL announced that the acronym "TIL" would be phased out in favor of the phrase "todayilearned" for the name of the ... Sep 22, 2021 · Each of the posts starts with TIL, which is an acronym for “today I learned.” There is so much we can learn about our world that is both old and new. And the r/todayilearned subreddit is the best place to get some new knowledge for the ever-curious Redditors. Visit r/todayilearned . 6. R/PraiseTheCameraMan Best. Thaddeauz • 4 yr. ago. Emotional cheating is when someone is having a high level of emotional intimacy with someone else than their partner. Usually, this is limited to people that are not of their family or sex-same friend. (Talking about heterosexual relationship).I went to school for 4 years for an animation degree and this is a small part of what animators call "Space Logic". It also dictates certain tropes, well known ones like not falling off a cliff until you notice it, and even lesser known/noticed ones like when snapping your finger the sound comes from when the fingers pop and not when finger hits the palm …r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL there is a quarter scale replica of the Statue of Liberty in Paris. It's ...TIL In 2019, the White Island Volcano erupted in New Zealand. A group of tourists were stood just metres from the rim of the crater when it exploded. Webcam images captured …r/todayilearned: You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just …TIL that due to a restaurant offering free sushi to anyone with Chinese characters for salmon in their name, hundreds of Taiwanese changed their names in a situation that was dubbed "salmon chaos".r/todayilearned • TIL a link between testosterone and baldness was first discovered in a 1940s era study of mental hospital patients who were castrated and later injected with testosterone. These observations are now credited with helping to produce some of our modern treatments for male pattern baldness.In February 2010, the official Twitter feed for the /r/TIL subreddit was set up, followed by the launch of the Tumblr blog in June 2012 and the official Facebook page in August that same year. In mid-May 2011, the moderators of /r/TIL announced that the acronym "TIL" would be phased out in favor of the phrase "todayilearned" for the name of the ... R todayilearned

A brief discussion of what the quote means in the Bhagavad Gita . The background. Arjuna, the mighty warrior prince, and his brothers are going to war against his cousins, to fight for their rights and avenge injustices. But on seeing his cousins, uncles, family ranged against him, Arjuna breaks down and asks Krishna, the avatar of God, "How can you justify war, …. R todayilearned

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r/todayilearned • TIL: The etiquette of dueling in America has 25 rules for both guns and sword duels. An insult to one's lady is considered a great offense and the first 10~ rules involve the pre duel banter and gives several chances for apologies or to insult the other party more.r/todayilearned • TIL: "Through the Fire and Flames" was an unexpected hit by Dragon Force due to Guitar Hero and the music video was shot with only a €5000 budget and the drinking was real as by 10pm, the guitarist started drinking, and the director said to keep going. The full version was 25 minutes long.03-Jun-2019 ... ... /b... 42 AMAZING and INTERESTING Facts to Learn from Reddit Users (r/todayilearned). 136 views · 4 years ago ...more. Reddit Vault. 5.TIL Teena Marie's legal battle with Motown Records over her contract resulted in "The Brockert Initiative" which made it illegal for a record company to keep an artist under contract without releasing new material for that artist and allows the artist to sign and release with another label.r/todayilearned • TIL: Brunei has a hotel that won the 2003 Presidential Suite award. A night's stay costs $23,000 and comes with 24 carat gold lining Italian marble, a Baccarat crystal chandelier, walk in closets the size of a studio apartment, a pool, and a bar. The room is popular and constantly booked.TIL Bob Seger's "Night Moves" is written about Rene Andretti, a 20 year old Italian woman who boyfriend was away in the Army. When Bob Seger was 19, he began a romantic relationship with her, but her boyfriend returned and married her, breaking Segar's heart. r/todayilearned • TIL: The etiquette of dueling in America has 25 rules for both guns and sword duels. An insult to one's lady is considered a great offense and the first 10~ rules involve the pre duel banter and gives several chances for apologies or to insult the other party more. r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL there is a quarter scale replica of the Statue of Liberty in Paris. It's ...Im new to the Leach Giveway story. I have been getting texts and harrassed to no end by the winner,,allegedly. I have been instructed to get $250 ready and a fedex person will come to my home to pick.it up and the driver will hand me a "box" with all cash in it.Literally every famous Duke quote was taken from B movies. "This is my Boom-stick!" and "Hail to the King, baby." were both Army of Darkness. He quotes Pulp Fiction, Star Wars, Stand By Me, Andrew Dice Clay- the game was meant to be one long homage, but of course the fans who weren't familiar with the originals took it to be clever one-liners made for the game, and it kind of snowballed.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here.r/todayilearned • TIL despite numerous rumors and conspiracy theories, historical records and credible sources firmly state that Adolf Hitler did not have any known children. This has been corroborated by various historians and scholars who have extensively researched Hitler's personal life and lineage.Nobel set up a yearly award to atone for inventing dynamite. Step your game up Zuckerman. Edit (reply from u/ethanz): Nobel made more on his invention than I did.He owned Bofors, a major arms manufacturer and was worth about $250m in today's dollars.TIL In 2019, the White Island Volcano erupted in New Zealand. A group of tourists were stood just metres from the rim of the crater when it exploded. Bandwidth has 2 definitions. The first is the electronic term for the range of the frequencies used. For example, the voice band for a telephone is 4 kHz, the frequency range is from 0 Hz to 4000 Hz. The bandwidth of human hearing is 20 kHz which is 0 Hz to 20 kHz. The bandwidth doesn't have to start at 0 Hz.r/todayilearned • TIL the Ridley Scott movie Alien used much the same crew as forgotten Sean Connery star vehicle Outland. The same costume team, props team, staging crew, special effects team, & the same staff even made the title cards & soundtracks! (The crew comparison appears a little over 5 min. into the video.) TIL that, in 2011, researchers at the Mayo Clinic created cats that would give off a green glow under ultraviolet light. The goal was not to fluoresce cats, but to track the progress of gene modification while searching for a treatment for Feline AIDS.The goal of /r/Movies is to provide an inclusive place for discussions and news about films with major releases. Submissions should be for the purpose of informing or initiating a discussion, not just to entertain readers.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just ... r/todayilearned • TIL despite numerous rumors and conspiracy theories, historical records and credible sources firmly state that Adolf Hitler did not have any known children. This has been corroborated by various historians and scholars who have extensively researched Hitler's personal life and lineage. The goal of /r/Movies is to provide an inclusive place for discussions and news about films with major releases. Submissions should be for the purpose of informing or initiating a discussion, not just to entertain readers.TIL while doing a personality assessment, one of the questions says “My favourite poet is Raymond Kertezc” with a true or false answer. The poet is in fact fictional and used by the PSI psychological test as a control question to gauge if the test subject is paying attention to the questions. The fucking article that you refer points to this. Sec. 116. None of the funds appropriated in this Act or otherwise available to the Department of the Treasury or the Bureau of Engraving and Printing may be used to redesign the $1 Federal Reserve note. That is not a prohibition of the redesign of the bill.1 Followers, 152 Following, 3 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from r.todayilearned (@r.todayilearnedd)r/todayilearned • TIL the Soccer Ashes Tournament. It was played between Australia and New Zealand every year from the 1920s until the trophy for it was lost in the 1950s. It was found again this year in a former Australian soccer star's garage so they restarted the tournament this year.Im new to the Leach Giveway story. I have been getting texts and harrassed to no end by the winner,,allegedly. I have been instructed to get $250 ready and a fedex person will come to my home to pick.it up and the driver will hand me a "box" with all cash in it.r/todayilearned • TIL: Multimillionaire Maria Assunta, upon her death left her entire fortune of $13 million, all of her properties such as villas, homes, and land to her cat Tommaso, making the cat one of the world's richest felines. Just a few years prior, Tommaso was a stray cat she found in the streets of Rome. r/todayilearned • TIL there was a UK adaptation of the American show Golden Girls called "The Brighton Belles". The British version was released a year after the Golden Girl's final episode and was nearly identical to the original except for name changes.Published Jul 30, 2023. Kodak invented the world's first portable, digital camera in the 1970s, but didn't release the technology for public sale until years later to avoid hits to the company's ...r/todayilearned • TIL that pizza was invented in Naples, Italy as an inexpensive food to be consumed quickly. It remained unknown outside of Naples until Italian immigrants brought it to the US in the early 20th Century, where it would take the country by storm after WW2.r/todayilearned • TIL despite numerous rumors and conspiracy theories, historical records and credible sources firmly state that Adolf Hitler did not have any known children. This has been corroborated by various historians and scholars who have extensively researched Hitler's personal life and lineage.1 Followers, 152 Following, 3 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from r.todayilearned (@r.todayilearnedd)Literally every famous Duke quote was taken from B movies. "This is my Boom-stick!" and "Hail to the King, baby." were both Army of Darkness. He quotes Pulp Fiction, Star Wars, Stand By Me, Andrew Dice Clay- the game was meant to be one long homage, but of course the fans who weren't familiar with the originals took it to be clever one-liners made for the game, and it kind of snowballed./r/CasualTodayILearned is a subreddit for any true knowledge that you would like to share, regardless of topic or of source. Share your casual knowledge! Created Mar 3, 2015r/todayilearned • TIL “☪️OE ️IS ️” was designed by a Piotr Mlodozeniec for a contest held by an art museum in Jerusalem. The design gained popularity when Indians students trademarked it and sold it on shirts. Their legal team then reached out to Mlodozeniec for permission to use it so they could sue a competitor.TIL 10-year-old Olivia Farnsworth has never been able to feel pain or hunger, and cannot sleep without being heavily medicated. Due to her symptoms revolving from Chromosome 6 Deletion, she had been able to withstand a car accident without distress. r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL: In many languages, the colors described in English as "blue" and "green" are expressed using a single term ...r/todayilearned • TIL During the shooting event of the 1965 World Pentathlon Championships, Herbert Polzhuber drank 10 glasses of beer and a bottle of cognac, stepped onto the shooting platform, shot all his bullets directly into the ground and passed out. Alcohol would be banned from shooting events shortly after.r/todayilearned • TIL in the '40s theatrical producer John Reber promoted a plan to build two dams to change most of San Francisco Bay into two freshwater lakes. He got a lot of support, but the US Army Corps of Engineers built a giant working model of the bay to show how this plan was a terrible idear/todayilearned • TIL: The etiquette of dueling in America has 25 rules for both guns and sword duels. An insult to one's lady is considered a great offense and the first 10~ rules involve the pre duel banter and gives several chances for apologies or …18-Sept-2020 ... r/TodayILearned | A WEEKLY DOSE OF KNOWLEDGE Welcome to r/TodayILearned, the only subreddit where you are SURELY going to find knowledge ...TIL The Hollywood sign was rebuilt after a successful campaign in 1978 by Alice Cooper. He was one of 9 donators to replace each letter. He bought the first "O" in memory of Groucho Marx. 04-Aug-2011 ... Take r/todayilearned (“Today I Learned,” or TIL for short), one of the most popular sections on the site. Here, redditors highlight rare ...r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .r/todayilearned • TIL Graduate student Jocelyn Bell Burnell and her supervisor, Antony Hewish, built a radio telescope to observe quasars in 1967. Their discovery won the 1974 Nobel Prize – for Hewish. 50 years later, Burnell was awarded $3 Million in the Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics• 1 hr. ago TIL in 2016, a suicide bomber carrying explosives in his laptop boarded Daallo Airlines, with the intention of destroying the aircraft. Twenty minutes after takeoff, the bomb detonated, resulting in a hole in the plane and the ejection of the bomber from the aircraft. he was the only casualty. r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .r/todayilearned • TIL: The etiquette of dueling in America has 25 rules for both guns and sword duels. An insult to one's lady is considered a great offense and the first 10~ rules involve the pre duel banter and gives several chances for apologies or …r/todayilearned • TIL that Waldo, the vocalist of the US death metal band "Hatebeak", is a gray parrot, who learned to make grim, deathly squawks to accompany the music of his human bandmates. Waldo does not travel to play concerts. His most recent full record was "The Number of the Beak".r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL Dutch sailors were responsible for the extinction of the dodo, They hunted the dodo for food and sport, introduced invasive predators like rats and ...r/todayilearned • TIL the Soccer Ashes Tournament. It was played between Australia and New Zealand every year from the 1920s until the trophy for it was lost in the 1950s. It was found again this year in a former Australian soccer star's garage so they restarted the tournament this year.r/todayilearned • TIL there was a UK adaptation of the American show Golden Girls called "The Brighton Belles". The British version was released a year after the Golden Girl's final episode and was nearly identical to the original except for name changes.TodayIlearned is a place for sharing those interesting factoids that you learned today with all of reddit. Learn how to post, what are the guidelines, and how to join the community of fact-sharing enthusiasts. 09-Jun-2023 ... ... r/aww, r/Music, r/todayilearned and r/pics - which each have memberships of more than 30 million people. A moderator for one of these ...TIL the Isabelline (Spain), Manueline (Portugal), Perpendicular (UK), and Sondergotik (what is now Germany, Austria, Switzerland and parts of central Europe) architectural styles are variants of the Flamboyant Gothic (France, Belgium), which featured abstract webs of stone lattice and ornamentationr/todayilearned • TIL: The etiquette of dueling in America has 25 rules for both guns and sword duels. An insult to one's lady is considered a great offense and the first 10~ rules involve the pre duel banter and gives several chances for apologies or …r/todayilearned • TIL that in 1966 the glass roof of the Houston Astrodome was painted to reduce glare. However, this reduced the amount of sunlight in the stadium and most of …Redirecting to /r/todayilearned/new/.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL you can go to the island of Sicily via a "boat-train", the last remaining passenger train ferry in Europe. It is a 25-minute ride across the ...TIL stands for "today I learned." People use it to share a fact that they recently learned. That fact could be something as simple as a new route on the way …TIL When Jane married Stephen Hawking, she believed it would be a two year commitment, as doctors said he only had two years to live. Jane became his full time caretaker and they were together 25 yearsr/todayilearned • TIL that “air-chilled” chicken differs from traditional aka “water-chilled” chicken, and results in less water absorption, more flavor, and lower risk of cross contamination. Air chilled chicken has been widely available in Europe for decades, but relatively recently become popular in the USA. r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL: In many languages, the colors described in English as "blue" and "green" are expressed using a single term ...r/todayilearned • TIL: There was a study on how your major affects your marriage rate. The most likely majors to be married by age 30 are Education, Plant Science, and Microbiology majors (70-80%). The least likely majors are Geography, Theater Arts, Music, Philosophy, and International Relations majors (32-46%).MajesticBread9147 • 11 days ago. The Rainbow Coalition in Chicago, formed in 1969 by Fred Hampton, consisted of groups that advocated for the rights and economic liberation for Black Americans, many of whom from the south (Black Panthers), Puerto Rican migrants (Young Lords), and Appalachian Migrants (Young patriots).r/todayilearned • TIL I learned that in 2012, in an attempt to reduce the number of people ending their lives by jumping off of South Korea's Mapo Bridge, the bridge was renamed The Bridge of Life and was decorated with life affirming messages. The amount of people jumping actually increased the following year.r/todayilearned • TIL the Soccer Ashes Tournament. It was played between Australia and New Zealand every year from the 1920s until the trophy for it was lost in the 1950s. It was found again this year in a former Australian soccer star's garage so they restarted the tournament this year. TIL about John Jones who explored Nutty Putty Cave in Utah, when he got stuck upside-down in a crevice that was 10" across & 18" high. Rescuers worked hard to free him, but were unsuccessful.. Weather 15206