1. Q: What U.S. symbol was first used as a television test pattern? A: A dollar sign.
2. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs are more likely to be murdered on the job than anyone else.
3. Istanbul, which sits half in Europe and half in Asia, is the only city on two continents.
4. Playboy's Playmate of the Month was originally called the "Sweetheart of the Month."
5. Anteaters can stick their tongues out at a rate of 16 times a minute.
6. Dwight D. Eisenhower wore two watches on his left arm and one on his right. (Even to bed.)
7. In studies, kids who'd been breast-fed scored eight IQ points higher than formula-fed kids.
8. Good news for Heinz: 92% of U.S. households refrigerators contain at least one bottle of ketchup.
9. It takes 100,000 gallons of water to make one automobile, car manufacturers say.
10. Q: On average, how long is a giraffe's tongue? A: 14 inches.