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Actor Sean Bean has died on 32% of his movies, the highest percentage of any living actor of note.
During the 70s, a suicide jumper from the Golden Gate Bridge left a note that read “I’m going to walk to the bridge. If one person smiles at me on the way, I will not jump.”
Only about 1 in every 10,000 people has “perfect pitch”, the ability to identify a musical note just by hearing it, with no reference note.
It is estimated that 25–30% of suicides are accompanied by a note.
When Michael Jackson was 21, he wrote a personal note promising to re-invent himself as the greatest entertainer of all time.
When wolves howl together, they harmonize rather than sing on one note to give the illusion of greater numbers.
A man took five years to write a 1,905 page suicide note before killing himself in 2010.
Kenny G broke a Guinness World Record in 1997 for playing the longest note ever recorded on a saxophone: an E-flat for 45 minutes and 47 seconds.
Babies have accents. French babies cry will end with a rising note, while German babies have a dropping note at the end of theirs. They pick up on this in the womb.
There is a note in the end credits of “Frozen” stating that Disney does not support the consumption of boogers.