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- ... that the toxic nature of the fools webcap (pictured) was discovered only after 102 people in Bydgoszcz were poisoned in 1952?
- ... that D. J. Wilson entered the 2017 NBA draft rather than staying in college and playing for the 2017–18 Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team?
- ... that the first soundtrack album from How I Met Your Mother, titled How I Met Your Music, was originally released only through iTunes because the creators considered CDs to be "too 1992"?
- ... that Sir Henry Wade saved the leg of Norman Dott, who then became a surgeon too?
- ... that Barbadian-Canadian author Austin Clarke listened to Miles Davis while writing his Scotiabank Giller Prize-winning novel The Polished Hoe?
- ... that Giovanni Gribodo, an architect in the Italian Art Nouveau Liberty Style, also published 42 scientific papers describing 377 new taxa of Hymenoptera?
- ... that stew peas with rice was declared to be "the best dish made in Jamaica" by The Gleaner in 1992?
- ... that Helen Sandoz sometimes wrote editorials for the lesbian magazine The Ladder from the perspective of her cat?