January 17, 2006
• Tommy Hilfiger mandates that all pinstripes be no more than 0.8 millimeters in width and spaced no less than 13 millimeters.
• Peter Pan was described with a leather breastplate in his first literary appearance.
• If dropped from two miles above an asphalt street, a set of car keys would create a hole seven inches deep.
• Vermont is home to more cities named after common American names than any other state in the United States.
• Hitchhikers on the western coast travel an average of 230 miles every 24 hours, 50 miles more than on the eastern coast.