Monday, October 13, 2008

Fun Facts 4.0

(As submitted by Letterman viewers.)

"Lewis and Clark made a second trip to the Pacific coast after Lewis discovered his wallet was missing"
-Jon C., Fond du Lac, WI

"'Zestfully clean' has been adopted as an official standard by the National Institutes of Health"
- Larry S., Bethesda, MD

"At the Last Supper, Judas was the only apostle to ask for dressing on the side"
- Rosie F., Belvidere, NJ

"In Utah, it is illegal to Google yourself"
- Darin C., Hamilton, OH

"Longest of all rivers in the U.S.? The Missouri. The oldest? Joan."
- Mike H., Mount Tabor, NJ

"The song 'My Sharona' was a tribute to former Israeli Prime Minster Ariel Sharon"
- Jeff H., Silver Spring, MD

"Over the years, Mr. T. pitied over 1,200 fools"
- Keith L., Lawrenceville, GA

"When a dog breaks a mirror, it gets 49 years bad luck"
- Phil C., Hamilton, Ontario

"John McCain's Social Security number: 1"
- Glenn K., Garfield Hts, OH

"Over the years Daylight Savings Time has accumulated enough daylight so that in 2009 the sun will never set"
- Mike S., Bolivia, NC

The LATE SHOW Fun Facts Contest has officially ended. Thanks for all of your Fun Facts submissions!

For a complete list of winners,
see Fun Facts Winners Page.

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