Monday, January 30, 2023

DID YOU KNOW ............


Did You Know?
The Winchester house is located in San Jose, California and was the home of Sarah Winchester.  After the death of her husband, who started the Winchester Rifle company, Sara built miles of secret passageways, false doors, and secret rooms used to confuse evil spirits, as some would say.
Go to Middletown, Connecticut to see a strange variety of objects.  There is also a giant fun house you can walk through.
This piece of fashion jewelry is known as the mood ring which contains a thermochromic element, such as liquid crystal, that changes colors based upon the temperature of your finger. It comes with a color chart to identify what 'mood' you were in.
These toys were known as Sky Dancers and peaked in popularity in the mid-90s. By pulling a string, these dolls would be propelled into the air from their bases. Sky Dancers were also made into an animated show.

Did You Know?
Aside from Tony Stark’s impressive weaponized robots, was his impressive ride, the Audi R8. The sports car was featured in Marvel’s Iron Man and Iron Man 2. The third installment of the blockbuster franchise featured an electric version of the R8.
Movie star Burt Reynolds was always behind the wheel of this iconic car, a 1977 Pontiac Trans AM for the popular movie Smokey and the Bandit. The hugely popular film was actually the second highest grossing film of that year, with first place going to Star Wars.
This car was made famous in the 1986 supernatural film called The Wraith. This Dodge M4S was built in 1984 as a demonstrator vehicle, but gained major popularity after the film propelled the car to fame.
The boxing video game, Mike Tyson’s Punch Out! Was published in 1987. The goal was to make it to the last round where your character would play boxing legend Mike Tyson.

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