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    Fast Facts

    3,172 high school valedictorians applied to Harvard in 2006 – 591 were accepted.

    Rowing was the first intercollegiate sporting event in the United States.

    There are estimated one billion computers nationwide.

    In 2003 there were 529 nipple enlargements performed in America. There were 1,591 nipple reductions in that year as well.

    Most unusual place where ashes have been scattered: Bloomingdale’s.

    When Frisbee inventor Ed Headrick died in 2002, family members had his ashes molded into a flying disc, which, as ABC’s Buck Wolf observed, meant that his grandkids could still play catch with grandpa.

    The world’s oldest bank robber was 91-year-old J.L. “”Red”” Rountree in 2003.

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