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The Great Pyramids were not built by slaves. Many people believe the pyramids were being built by slaves, but that is not the case. They were paid laborers, and most of them built with great honor towards the Pharaoh and those who died were buried in the tombs near the sacred pyramids.
THE JETSONS (1962-1963) was the first program ever to be broadcast in color on ABC-TV.
The ancient Egyptians regarded the honeydew as sacred and it was only reserved for society’s elite. Famous historical figures who loved the fruit include Cleopatra, Napoleon Bonaparte and Pope Paul II. Fortunately, widespread cultivation of honeydew has made it available for everyone today.
John Wayne once made a cameo appearance on "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962), in episode, "The Beverly Hillbillies: The Indians Are Coming "(1967). And when asked how he wanted to be paid, his answer, in return, was "Give me a fifth of bourbon - that'll square it."
Siberia covers 77 per cent of Russia.
On June 11, 1949 - Hank Williams, Sr. debuted at the Grand Ole Opry.
Sesame Street was almost called 123 Avenue B, but the rhythmic title was changed after producers found out there was a real location in New York City with that address.
That's all for today.
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