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Doctor Factenstein


Doctor Factenstein

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While playing Factacular, Doctor Factenstein knew that:

Poetry Reading (Ants)
   was performed by   
Chapman, Gilliam, Idle and Jones
Old Lady: "Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, it's so nice to see such a large turnout this afternoon. And I'd like to start off by welcoming our guest speakers for this afternoon,... Mr Wadsworth..." Wordsworth: "Wordsworth!" Old Lady: "Sorry, Wordsworth... Mr John Koots, and Percy Bysshe." Shelley: "Shelley!" Old Lady: "Just a little one, medium dry, (a dwarf assistant pours her a sherry) and Alfred Lorde." Tennyson: "Tennyson." Old Lady: "Tennis ball!" Tennyson: "Son! Son!"



... but didn't know that:

One-way Traffic
   is represented by   

UK road sign



Longest single facting session: 220 minutes


Addiction factor: Hi, my name is Doctor Factenstein and I'm a factoholic.




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Polonium
   belongs to   
Transition Metal
There is disagreement as to whether polonium is a transition metal or metalloid. Alexander Litvinenko was poisoned with Polonium.
Psephology
   is the study of   
Voting Patterns
George W. Bush
   First Lady was   
Laura Welch




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