Many famous British artists, including Rod Stewart and the Rolling Stones, left the UK in the early 70s to avoid an 83% tax on the top bracket of their income. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tax…
In the 12-24 age bracket, Facebook is the number one social media platform they have abandoned. smartinsights.com/social-…
In an interview printed in the New York Times in 1969, Vladimir Nabokov said, "I often think there should exist a special typographical sign for a smile -- some sort of concave mark, a supine round bracket." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sco…
The typical tax evader in the United States is a male under the age of 50 in the highest tax bracket and with a complicated return, and the most common means of tax evasion is overstatement of charitable contributions, particularly church donations. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tax…
Even though the average Reddit user is aged 25-34 and tech savvy, most are in the lowest income bracket. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red…
Warren Buffet and Quicken Loans offered to pay someone 1 billion dollars if they got their March Madness bracket 100% correct usatoday.com/story/money/…
The credit card sized brackets, which contain our new SIM cards, are actually the size of the first SIM cards, which were introduced in 1991. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sub…
People in the lowest fifth income bracket are most likely to play the lottery journalistsresource.org/s…
[sic] in square brackets is an editing term used with quotations or excerpts. It means β€œthat’s really how it appears in the original.” It is used to point out a grammatical error, misspelling, or misstatement of fact. dailywritingtips.com/what…
In 1944, the income tax rate in the U.S. for the top bracket was 94% en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inc…
Katmai National Park holds an annual bracket competition to determine which brown bear looks the fattest nps.gov/katm/learn/news/f…
In 1944 the United States had 24 income tax brackets with the top bracket paying 94% en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inc…
The $34,000 a year which places US citizens into the middle class bracket, would put those people into the top 1% of the globe's most wealthy individuals. bbc.com/news/business-203…
Warren Buffet once backed a $1 billion prize if someone were to correctly guess the March Madness bracket. He currently offers his employees 1 million per year for life if they predict it accurately. abcnews.go.com/Sports/war…
There are only 2 US states that have 10 seperate tax brackets for individual income. California brackets range from $0-$1mil; Missouri brackets range from $0-$9000. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sta…
Instead of PEMDAS they learn BIDMAS in the UK since Parentheses are Brackets and Exponents are Indices. The rest of the rearranging is so it similarly rolls off the tongue. bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/ma…
There are 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 possible NCAA brackets businessinsider.com/9-qui…
Yahoo's "Perfect Bracket Challange" which pays out $1 Million to a winning contestent, costs the company about $60 for an insurance policy so that they aren't on the hook for the payout if someone actually wins. harvardsportsanalysis.wor…
You're 60 billion times more likely to win the Powerball lottery than having a perfect March Madness bracket docsports.com/2010/odds-o…
You have a better chance of becoming the President of the United States than you do filling out a perfect NCAA basketball bracket. ftw.usatoday.com/2015/03/…
The top income tax bracket rates were over 90% in the 50s and 60s. businessinsider.com/histo…
Lewis Carroll, the author of Alice in Wonderland, also wrote a work titled β€œLawn Tennis Tournaments, The True Method of Assigning Prizes with a Proof of the Fallacy of the Present Method” in an attempt to create a better sporting "bracket" system carolinemcalisterauthor.c…
Men aged 25-34 are TWICE as likely to die as females in the same age bracket medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandoli…
The symbols in a pointy bracket <> are named bra '<' and ket '>' in quantum mechanics. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bra…
David Simon, creator of The Wire, upon hearing The Wire was named "The Best TV Show Ever Made" in a bracket competition, claimed Buffy the Vampire Slayer was better. kotaku.com/5913194/the-cr…
The odds of you filling out a perfect 'March Madness' bracket is 1 in 9.2 quintillion! usatoday.com/story/gameon…
You have a better chance of predicting which political party will win the presidency in every election from now through 2160 than you do of creating a perfect NCAA bracket usatoday.com/story/news/n…
The word 'brackets' (like [ ] and { }) is related to the french word for a codpiece and derives from the old Germanic word for pants blog.dictionary.com/paren…
Sister Madonna Buder (the Iron Nun) has completed over 325 triathlons including 45 Ironman races, is the oldest to complete the Ironman at 82 years young, and caused the organization to add the 75-79 and 80+ age brackets. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mad…
The odds of filling out a perfect bracket in the NCAA men's basketball tournament by random selection is 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 to 1. That's 2 to the 63rd power. geekosystem.com/odds-of-p…
There is a World Cornhole Championship, and that the winner of the King of Cornhole bracket gets an actual crown. americancornhole.com/corn…
The highest tax bracket in the U.S. has historically been over 50% for 63 out of the last 100 years, and over 69% for 50 out of the last 100 years. outsidethebeltway.com/his…
The odds of completing a perfect NCAA bracket are more than one in nine quintillion. That's 18 zeros. quickenloansbracket.com/r…
There are over 9.2 quintillion possible March Madness brackets, meaning that every person in the world would have to fill out 3720 brackets a second in the time from Selection Sunday to the start of the first (now second) round to make all combinations webwire.com/ViewPressRel.…
There are nearly 4.3 billion permutations of the March Madness bracket. thecommonloon.blogspot.co…
Picking "chalk" in your NCAA tournament brackets is a reference to horse-racing bookies writing their odds on a chalkboard vocabulary.com/articles/w…
The odds of a perfect NCAA March Madness Bracket are 1 in 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 businessinsider.com/perfe…
There are ~2^63 unique scenarios while filling out an NCAA bracket. mathforum.org/library/drm…
How tax brackets work. (You cannot be bumped up into another tax bracket and lose money by earning more) moneychimp.com/features/t…

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