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Things that you dont need to know but are very interesting 6th edition

Wow the last two dispatches blew up.

A poll from 2019 found out that Americans are the most stressed out people in the world.
1000 years after the pyramids were built there was an island in Russia that still had 500-1000 mammoths alive.
During the Great Depression the Civilian Conservation Corps planted 3 billion trees in just 10 years.
James Randi who is a famously known for his skepticism of pseudoscience offered $1,000,000 if anybody they had paranormal abilities, over 1,000 people tried and failed.
The first strike in history was in 1152 BC in Egypt while building a royal necropolis, the workers felt like they were being underpaid and started a huge strike. They were listened to and were given higher wages.
According to a reddit user this happened to them:
I wrote to Reagan because his presidential address interrupted a specially scheduled prime-time Garfield cartoon special that I was really looking forward to. I actually got a package in response with a letter and a hardback book about the White House and the history of the presidency.
A Texas man was forced to sleep in a doghouse outside for 30 days and nights for abusing a child.
The Korean DMZ has become a haven for animal life, nearly 5,000 species live there.
The battle of Blair Mountain was a the largest labor uprising in American history and also the largest uprising since the civil war, this was due to coal miners trying to unionize and was brutally suppressed by the American government.
Sorry if this was a bit short I wanted to get this out quicker.
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