Random Acts of Factness Calendar, Daily Boxed, Andrews McMeel
Readers have always had a fascination with facts. TV shows, board games, and best-selling books have only fueled the fire, leaving trivia buffs wanting more. Enter Random Acts of Factness, a collection of one thousand forty-seven (or a pi a day for a year) facts organized into a baker's dozen (thirteen) categories, ranging from art to politics, from famous people to famous snafus. Written by Barrett and Mingo, whose books have sold more than 200,000 copies, this interesting, original, compendium of seemingly useless information is sure to be another hit for the writing duo. Based on the book and featuring a little-known, odd fact each day, the Random Acts of Factness 2006 Calendar is a fun, rousing, rowdy romp through history, politics, religion, science, literature, and more. Amuse your date. Impress your boss. Bore your wife. Be the sixth caller to win two tickets to the nose flute band concert. Be the next Ken Jennings. Whatever the reason, anyone who collects facts, or enjoys trivia, crossword puzzles, or quiz shows will want this calendar. This 2006 Daily Boxed calendar was published by Andrews McMeel.
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