Taylor's Tidbits

A Daily Dose of Useless Facts and Information!

The geographical center of North America is a town in North Dakota named . . . Center. And that name is just a coincidence.

The top casting choices for "Speed" were originally Stephen Baldwin and Ellen DeGeneres. It would've been a very different movie.

WiFi isn't short for Wireless Fidelity. It's actually not short for anything. The people who created it just liked that name because it rhymed with "hi-fi".

John Denver's 1972 hit "Rocky Mountain High" was banned by many radio stations briefly, as the FCC was recently permitted to censor songs that promote drug use. He eventually testified in Congress, explaining that the song is about the mountain peaks and not drugs.

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