Raise the cat’s tail.
If you see what looks like a colon (the punctuation mark), you’re probably looking at a male.
If you see an upside-down semicolon, it’s a female.
- Which dogs bite the least? The following dogs bite the least: 1. Golden retriever 2. Labrador retriever 3. Shetland sheepdog 4. Old English sheepdog 5. Welsh terrier
- Does a millipede really have 1000 legs? No, the number of legs varies. The greatest number reported on a centipede is 171 to 177 pairs of legs; on a millipede, 375.
- How long did the TV show “Queen for a Day” run on television? "Queen for a Day" ran from 1955-59 on NBC and from 1959-64 on ABC.
- Who was the first U.S. president to speak over the radio? Warren G. Harding was the first president to speak over the radio, on June 14, 1922.
- Who photographed the black-and-white ’40s episode, “The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice,” on the TV series “Moonlighting” (ABC, 1985-89)? Gerald Finnerman, who had also been the cinematographer on the TV series "Star Trek" (NBC, 1966-69), photographed the black-and-white '40s episode, "The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice," on the TV series "Moonlighting" (ABC,…
- What Republican speechwriter described the press as “nattering nabobs of negativism”? William Safire wrote the phrase "nattering nabobs of negativism" for Vice-President Spiro Agnew in 1970. Agnew speechwriter Pat Buchanan, came up with "pusillanimous pussyfooters", also in 1970.