May 13, 2005
• William Howard Taft was an accomplished accordion player and would often entertain visitors to the White House.
• Automobiles account for 35 percent of the world's metal use.
• The U.S. Postal System conducted a study that found it could save $18.6 million every year if the standard paper size was reduced by one inch in each dimension.
• More people are burned by toaster ovens than by regular ovens.
• Larry King helped pay for college by working as a birthday party clown.