President Lyndon Johnson smoked at least 3 packs of cigarettes a day.
Of all things, Andrew Jackson's tombstone does not mention that he served as the president of the United States!
In 1955, the citizens of São Paulo were so upset with their government that they elected a rhinoceros named Cacareco (meaning rubbish) to the city council in protest, with over 100,000 votes.
Theodore Roosevelt read at least one book every day.
Abraham Lincoln was a licensed bartender.
Sales of the Guy Fawkes mask - used by protesters all over the world as a symbol of their fight against government corruption and corporate power - all go to Time Warner.
President George W. Bush and Playboy founder Hugh Hefner are cousins!
In 2005, the Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, insulted Finnish cuisine and joked that Finns ate “marinated reindeer”. In 2008, Finland won an international pizza contest, beating Italy. The name of the winning pizza was “Pizza Berlusconi” and it was made of smoked reindeer.