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10 things we didn't know last week

15:11 UK time, Friday, 10 July 2009

10pic.jpgSnippets from the week's news, sliced, diced and processed for your convenience.

1. Heavy metal in Morocco is regarded as devil-worship.
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2. Monkeys notice bad grammar.
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3. Trousers used to be called unmentionables.
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4. Neil Armstrong took Dvorak's New World Symphony and theremin music to the moon.
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5. The best place to put a wind turbine is in Orkney Islands.
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6. Dinosaurs were couch potatoes.
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7. Ice fallen from the sky is due to leaking plane ventilation systems.
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8. Clothes could take photos.
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9. Ringo Starr's mum wanted him to work in a bank.
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10. Sir Jimmy Savile once saved the day by directing traffic.
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Seen 10 things? Send us a picture to use next week.Thanks to Vic Barton-Walderstadt from Welwyn Garden City for this week's picture of 10 London Eye pods.

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