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Junior Wells Defines Black Power
Singer Junior Wells was once asked what he thought about black power. "Black power," he replied, "is me making it with Aretha Franklin!"
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How Attila The Hun Died Of A Nosebleed
Attila the Hun perished in 453 not from injuries sustained in the battlefield, but from an injury sustained in the bedroom: He died from a nosebleed on his wedding night.  [Fun fact: According to legend, Attila's soldiers dipped their arrows in boiled embryos and drank the blood of women. Huns were introduced to pain by having their cheeks slashed and learned to ride at an early age. "Get a Hun off a horse," it was said, "and he won't be able to walk."]
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When A Man's Wife Insisted On Wearing Gloves To Bed
"Mr Bayford, one time leader of the Divorce Court, met a young man at dinner, who said he wanted to divorce his recently married wife," Hugh Hole writes in Looking Over Life, "Mr Bayford asked him for the whole story. 'I'd rather not go into details. These things are very personal.' 'You'll have to face a court full of strangers and be cross-examined. Better tell it quietly to a friend who wants to help you.' "'Well,' said the young man in a burst of confidence, 'the fact is that my wife insists on going to bed in her gloves.' "Mr Bayford said that no doubt it was very annoying, but the law stopped short at habit as grounds for divorce. ...
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Why Geoffrey Rush Envied Joseph Fiennes
Though Geoffrey Rush won critical acclaim for his roles in Elizabeth, as the Machiavellian mastermind Sir Francis Walsingham, and Shakespeare in Love, as the unforgettable Philip Henslowe, he had cause to envy Joseph Fiennes, with whom he appeared in both films. "He got to make love to Gwyneth Paltrow and Cate Blanchett," Rush joked. "All I got was an Oscar nomination."
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George VI's butler serves only to gives ladies pleasure
"James Ainslie, butler to King George VI, was a man of imposing presence and engaging phrase. After being lightly admonished by the Master of the Household, he replied, 'Let me assure you, Sir Piers, that my sole object is to obey the orders of the Master of the Household and give pleasure to the ladies-in-waiting."
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Mickey Mantle's pervy hobby
When Mickey Mantle wasn't playing baseball, he indulged in a curious "hobby": using mirrors to peek under the doors of neighboring hotel rooms.  [Compare Reggie Jackson, who once said that he'd rather hit a baseball than have sex.]
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Paul Newman - Propositioned By A Woman In White
While strolling down New York's Fifth Avenue one day, Paul Newman noticed that a certain woman in a white dress was attracting a lot of male attention. "A real stunner," he recalled. "Man, drivers were jumping the curb to get a better look." Though their eyes briefly met as he passed her, Newman kept on walking. Some time later, he stopped to peek into a shop window and suddenly felt a tap on his shoulder. It was the woman in white. She was a call girl, she explained, but would gladly skip her usual fee. Newman, famed for his many manly roles—in such films as The Hustler (1961), Hud (1963), The Sting (1973), and The Color of Money (1986)—found himself ...
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The Secret To Jack Lalanne's Longevity
One day in 2003, Jack LaLanne was visited at home by "Man Show" host Adam Corolla. Though he was 88 years old, LaLanne appeared to be in better health than his famous beer-swilling guest. "How do you do it?" Corolla asked. Lalanne's reply? "Impure thoughts and dirty girls!"  LaLanne later made a blended beverage of celery, carrots, and other vegetables. Corolla followed with a blended beverage of his own—comprising a beef & cheese burrito, a donut, beer, a cheeseburger, more beer, and some grape pop. And, yes, he drank it. [LaLanne died on January 23, 2011, aged 96.]
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Jennifer Connelly's mechanical poster
As a sophomore studying English at Yale, Jennifer Connelly was approached by one of her professors one day.  "He came up to me at school and said, 'Jennifer, Jennifer, I went to the movies the other day and I saw this... poster of you,'" she recalled. "'This sort of... mechanical poster of you. This sort of... life-size mechanical poster of you.' "Now I'd never seen this poster, but some of my friends told me about this... thing that was prominently on display in Cinema One Too Many... As my friends explained it, you see me rocking back and forth on a mechanical horse, and then you see the face of Frank Whaley [her love interest in the film], and the ...
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Robert Atkins On John Neville's Portrayal Of Hamlet
Robert Atkins was once asked what he thought of fellow actor John Neville's portrayal of Hamlet at the Old Vic. "Well," Atkins replied, "with a little more sex and a little less sanctity he'd make a very possible Laertes."