Bill O'Neill



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“Bounty hunting is illegal in Kentucky, Oregon, Illinois, and Wisconsin.”
Bill O'Neill, The Big Book of Random Facts Volume 2: 1000 Interesting Facts And Trivia

“Jacuzzi Doozy Ask anyone what comes to mind when they hear the word “jacuzzi and they’ll all say the same thing. It’s a luxury tub, a hot tub, or a jetted tub. But jacuzzi is one of those words that is often misused. Jacuzzi is actually the name of the most popular portable spa manufacturer. It’s like Post-It notes, Q-tips, or a Xerox machine, in that the brand name has since become a commonly-accepted name for the entire group of products. What most people think of as a jacuzzi is actually just a spa… unless, of course, it is actually made by the Jacuzzi brand.”
Bill O'Neill, The Fun Knowledge Encyclopedia: The Crazy Stories Behind the World's Most Interesting Facts

“Appeasement was a policy put in place by Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime Minister to try to avert war. His theory was that trying to prevent Germany from getting what it wanted would cause more harm than good in the long run. Therefore Britain’s official foreign policy would be that they would fulfill Germany’s wishes, “provided they appeared legitimate and were not enforced with violence,” described in German newspaper Der Spiegel. Chamberlain was aware that the British Empire’s resources were limited and that they really didn’t have the power to stop Hitler. So cooperating with them seemed like a better option.”
Bill O'Neill, The World War 2 Trivia Book: Interesting Stories and Random Facts from the Second World War



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