According to Patricia Hitchcock, Alfred Hitchcock’s daughter, Shadow of a Doubt was his favorite of his films. Beyond Doubt: The Making of Hitchcock’s Favorite Film. Dir. Laurent Bouzereau. Perf. Peter Bogdanovich, Robert F. Boyle, Hume Cronyn. Universal Studios Home Video, 2000. DVD.Read more "Fun fact 6/22/2017"
For more than 250 days of 2016, Costa Rica ran entirely on renewables. It was the second year running that the Central American country of 4.9 million people powered itself on 100% renewable electricity for more than two thirds of the year. https://www.google.com/amp/amp.weforum.org/agenda/2017/04/costa-rica-ran-entirely-on-renewable-energy-for-more-than-250-days-last-yearRead more "Fun fact 6/19/2017"
In Toronto, raccoons live 150 per square km – 50 times the density of rural raccoons. http://animaltourism.com/news/2012/02/16/raccoons-love-torontoRead more "Fun fact 6/17/2017"
Under California’s Medical Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act, an applicant’s prior controlled substances conviction may be a valid ground for license denial. This is not the case for licenses issued under California’s Adult Use Marijuana Act. http://cannabusinesslaw.com/2016/11/mcrsa-v-auma-a-comparison-of-medical-and-recreational-cannabis-regulations-for-businesses/Read more "Fun fact 6/14/2017"
John Hancock, represented by John Adams, was once tried for wine smuggling. http://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/the-liberty-affair-john-hancock-loses-a-ship-and-starts-a-riot/Read more "Fun fact 6/13/2017"
In 1885, Mitt Romney’s great-grandfather, Miles Park Romney, fled to Mexico to escape America’s anti-polygamy laws. Along with a group of his fellow Mormons, Miles Park Romney, who had four wives and 30 children, settled in Chihuahua, Mexico, where polygamy was still legal. http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/08/mitt-romneys-mexican-roots/Read more "Fun fact 6/11/2017"