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While playing Factacular, TeaBag knew that:

There is a Town Named Mars in Pennsylvania
   is   
True



... but didn't know that:

Chronography
   is defined as   
A Record of Past Time or History



Longest single facting session: 490 minutes


Addiction factor: Hi, my name is TeaBag and I'm a factoholic.




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Recent Contributions
TeaBag has contributed 2869 facts on Famous Last Words, Fiction - Classic Children's, Fiction - General, Patron Saints, Nicknames - Female, Songs in Films, Sporting Trophies, Zodiac, Ships' Captains, Vocalists, Albums of the 2000s, Albums of the 1980s, Directors - Narrative Feature Films, Australian Prime Ministers - Dates, Australian Prime Ministers - Parties, Albums of the 1990s, Livestock, TV Characters, Bridges, Butlers, Australian Bank Notes, Poetry Opening Lines, Irish Themed Films, Slang - Aussie, Straits, Discoveries, One Hit Wonders - U.K. and U.S., Perfumes, Celebrity Perfumes and Fragrances, Fiction - Mystery Crime and Thrillers, Lovely Songs, Books - Children's Picture Books, Chick Flicks, Australian Regional Cities, Macropods - Latin Names, Books for Cooks, Paintings, Women in History, Festivals and Special Events, The Seven Dwarfs, Comedy Albums , Sounds of the 2000s, Gangs, Sounds of the 1990s, Albums of the 1970s, Songs About You, Songs of Day and Night, Road Movies, Beaches, Fictional Animals, The Little Golden Book, Trios, Natural Disasters, Famous Cats, Airport Codes, City Nicknames, Movie Taglines, Movie Scores, Australian Police In Drama Series, Australian Films, Capes and Headlands, Phobias, Fiction - Science Fiction and Fantasy, Museums of the World, Major Female Leads, Landmarks, Fictional Doctors - TV, Books - Autobiographies, Authors - Films Based On Books, Sounds of the 1980s, Songs About Cars, Sydney Train Network, Bays of the British Isles, Islands, Lifespans, World Leaders, Celebrity Heights, Film Stars - Female, The Miles Franklin Award for Australian Literature, Native Animals, Forts and Castles, Fruit and Vegetable Varieties, Film Settings, TV Show Creators, World Lakes, Birthplaces, Movies of the 1940s, Mountain Passes, Best of British TV Comedy, Best of Australian TV Comedy, Quotations, Notable Voice Actors, Diseases, Sports Personalities, Movies of the 1930s, Movies of the 1950s, Movies of the 1990s, Movies of the 1960s, Movies of the 2000s, Middle Names, Movies of the 1980s, Famous Horses, New Zealand, Food and Drink - Ingredients, Sounds of the 1960s, Scales, Common Threads 1, Who's Who from Ireland, Movies of the 1970s, Final TV Episode Names, Australian Playwrights, Birthdates, Jazz Albums, Musicians, Mountain Locations, 19th Century Events, Comic Creators, Shared Names, BAFTA Award for Best Actor, Horse Racing - The Melbourne Cup, Song Titles - Missing Place Names, Inventors, Famous African-Americans, Movies of the 1920s, Australian State and Territory Emblems, Disney, How Many, Strange Place Names, Time 'Person of the Year', U.S. President Trivia, Notable Trees, Australian Coinage, Match the Book to the War, Match the Film to the War, Fictional Sea Captains, Diet Deficiencies, Hymns - Songwriters, Fiction - Children's and Young Adults and Fiction - Romance. Here are the three most recent:

Philip K. Dick
   wrote   
A Scanner Darkly
The semi-autobiographical story is set in a dystopian Orange County, California in the then-future of June 1994. It includes an extensive portrayal of drug culture and drug use. Winner of the BSFA Awards.
Stephen King and Peter Straub
   wrote   
The Talisman
1984 fantasy novel. Although receiving mixed reviews the original hardbound edition spent 12 weeks as #1 on New York Times Best Seller List with a total of 23 weeks in total on the list. Publishers Weekly listed it as #1 for 11 weeks, with a total of 26 weeks on the list.
Lian Hearn
   wrote   
Across the Nightingale Floor
2002. Pen name of Australian Children's Author Gillian Rubinstein. set in a fictional world based on feudal Japan. The Tales of the Otori series have been sold into 36 countries and have been world wide best sellers. The series initially consisted of a trilogy: Across the Nightingale Floor, Grass for His Pillow, and Brilliance of the Moon. It was followed by a sequel, The Harsh Cry of the Heron, and a prequel, Heaven's Net is Wide.




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