Things They Don't Want You to Know

Things They Don't Want You to Know

The world is hiding stuff from you. The list of things they don't want you to know would fill an iPod with space barely left over for your Britney Spears retrospective. Read on, if you dare. You aren't supposed to know this stuff.

You should know this stuff, but They don't want you to

When you rent a car, the chances are very high that it has already been rented by someone else.

Wal Mart doesn't pay their employees very much.

A 99 cent cheeseburger isn't overly nutritious.

HubPages makes money off you.

Barack Obama was born.

Country Music stars sing with a fake Southern accent.

No real ghosts were used in the filming of the movie "Ghost".

Natural Cures have not been approved by the FDA to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.

Many Olympic athletes are millionaires who endorse products for a living.

Once you reach the age of 90, your life is all downhill.

In the marketplace of ideas, the hosts of the "The View" stand outside the entrance holding signs that say "will pontificate for food".

Things go better with Coke, but Pepsi makes you come alive.

Valentine's Day generates 14.1 billion dollars in retail sales, much of it between 11PM and 11:59PM on February 13th.

The government, the health insurance industry, the health care industry, the prescription drug industry, the credit card industry, the banking industry, and the rhetoric industry all strongly dislike Kevin Trudeau.

Danica Patrick can't turn right.

A doughnut hole isn't really harvested from the center of a doughnut.

The Yugo was a wonderful car saddled with horrible marketing strategies.

Chuck Norris earns no royalties from those ubiquitous Chuck Norris Jokes.

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nicomp 6 years ago from Ohio, USA Author

Why anyone would want to comment on this, I have no clue.


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nicomp 6 years ago from Ohio, USA Author

Total page views poppped today. Someone's reading this claptrap.

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