Here are some random facts for you . . .



1.  "Ping pong" is actually trademarked by Parker Brothers.  The generic term you're supposed to use for the game is table tennis.



2.  Huey Lewis got a perfect score on the math section of the SATs.



3.  Limping on purpose was a popular trend in the mid 1800s in the U.K.  The princess of Wales had rheumatic fever that gave her a limp, and because she was a huge fashion icon and trendsetter, other women started limping too. 



4.  Al Green's "Take Me to the River" was a big hit . . . but it made its biggest chunk of royalties from being the song that's sung by the Big Mouth Billy Bass electronic fish.



5.  A fear of the number 666 is called hexa-kosioi-hex-ekonta-hexa-phobia.  Ronald Reagan had it.