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Having a single Bank Account, instead of many, helps you spend less.
Fleas account for more human deaths than all the wars ever fought.
In 1999, hackers revealed a security flaw in Hotmail allowing to log into any Hotmail account using the password “eh”.
In 2014, a burglar in Minnesota was caught after he logged into his Facebook account on the home’s PC and forgot to log out.
Facebook has a feature that lets you designate who will manage your account after you die.
The official Twitter account of @Sweden is given to a random citizen every week to manage.
There’s a Twitter account that narrates WW2 in “real-time.”
Men account for 74.4% of lead roles in Hollywood movies.
When we account for the pollution costs associated with gasoline, it costs an extra US$3.80 per gallon.
In April, 2013, someone hacked Associated Press’ Twitter account and tweeted that 2 bombs had exploded at the White House. The stock market crashed within seconds.
Inherited genes account for just 25% of the chance of being left-handed, a study found.
Google takes over 200 factors into account to deliver the best results for any query in a fraction of a second.
In 1988, a customer closed out his million-dollar account after his bank refused to validate a 50¢ parking ticket.
In 1993, Tupac shot two cops and had all the charges dropped on account of the cops drunkenly pointing a stolen gun at pedestrians.
The head of the CIA had his AOL email account hacked by a teenager in 2015.
Pope Francis gained 1 million followers on Instagram after just 12 hours of starting his account, a world record.
Steve Jobs used to withdraw just US$1 as his annual salary from Apple’s account as CEO.
In the U.S., it’s estimated that women account for 85% of consumer spending.
Due to a technical glitch, a bank placed no limit on the amount an unemployed man from Australia could overdrawn from his account. He decided not to tell the bank and made 50 transactions over the next years to a total of US$2 million.
Lynda Carter only had $25 in her bank account when she was cast as Wonder Woman in the 1970s series.