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• One of the most popular songs of the disco era, “The Hustle,” was recorded by Van McCoy and the Soul City Symphony in 1975, and was awarded a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance, selling over a million copies. McCoy’s reason for achieving a one-hit wonder was a tragic one – he died of a heart attack in 1979 at the age of 39.

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although no one is inclined to take note. The Marine study compared all-male and mixed-gender units and concluded that women in mixed-gender units “were injured twice as often as men, less accurate with infantry weapons, and not as good at removing wounded troops from the battlefield.” The physical capacity of the sexes is different, and top-end females tend to be only as capable as the lower-end males. The males in the Marine study averaged 178 pounds, with 20 percent body fat, whereas females were 142 pounds, with 24 percent body fat. The physical disadvantage meant that women were more likely to be fatigued and suffer stress fractures. Women were six times more likely to be injured in entry-level training than males. The rejoinder to such inconvenient facts is always that the Russians and the Israelis deployed or deploy women in combat. But this is much too simplistic. The School of Advanced Military Studies at Fort Leavenworth found that, even under the extreme pressure of the Nazi invasion, women were only 8 percent of the Red Army, and largely served as medics or otherwise in medical care. As for the Israelis, women initially fought with the Haganah guerrilla force prior to the creation of the Jewish state. But they were pulled back over time. “Generally,” the Fort Leavenworth study notes, “because of their comparative lack of physical strength, commanders employed women in defensive operations whenever possible.” Today, as The New York Times notes in a report on gender integration of the Israeli Defense Forces, “it remains rare for women to kill or be killed.” It is evidently too much to ask that reality intrude on the polite fictions of this country’s policymakers. Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review. © 2016 by King Features Synd., Inc.


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• Sheb Wooley’s one big hit, which was #1 on the Billboards charts for seven weeks in 1958, has enjoyed popularity for decades. The novelty song “The Purple People Eater” told of a “oneeyed, one-horned, flying purple eater,” who comes to Earth because it wants to be in a rock and roll band. The defensive line of the Minnesota Vikings (whose uniforms were purple) adopted the term from the late 1960s through the 1970s. The song was used in cartoons, TV commercials, and film soundtracks, as well as its own film in 1988. • In 1968, Paul Leka co-wrote the one-hit wonder “Green Tambourine,” which was recorded by The Lemon Pipers. The following year, his one-hit composition for the studio group Steam (who broke up before they ever went on a tour) was “Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye.” • Does the name Carlton Douglas ring a bell? He won the 1974 Grammy Award for Best-selling Single and retains his fame for one of the bestselling singles of all time. “Kung Fu Fighting” has had sales of upwards of 11 million records worldwide, but Carl Douglas went on the books as a one-hit wonder. • You might remember the wavy-haired ukulele player Tiny Tim, a singer with a high falsetto voice who recorded “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” in 1968. Born Herbert Khaury in 1932, this unusual artist’s performance of this old 1929 tune was nominated for a Grammy Award. His short-lived fame included performances on “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In,” many appearances in Las Vegas, and “The Tonight Show’s” airing of Tim’s wedding to “Miss Vicki” in 1969 with 40 million viewers. Although Khaury released other albums, none enjoyed the success of his first.

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• The tradition in many Asian countries, including India, China, Japan, and Korea, is to throw the child’s tooth onto the roof if it was from Answer: Dell. the lower jaw. Teeth from the upper jaw are A VERY LARGE NUMBER placed into the space beneath the floor. It is •the Edward Kasner a mathematician. Ingrow 1938 hope that the was child’s adult teeth will he was asked to come up with a name for a invery strong and sturdy the likenumeral a rodent’s, on large number: one,based followed the fact that mice’s teeth grow for their entire by a hundred zeros. He asked his two young lives. nephews what name they would suggest. • •One of the first Milton written records of the Nine-year-old suggested a tooth name out appeared of the funnies. A cartoon Hints” strip character fairy in a “Household column BarneyDaily was very popular. Milton chose innamed the Chicago Tribune in 1908. ColumBarney’s last name for the number. nist Lillian Brown wrote: “Many a refractory •child Kasner the new the big willannounced allow a loose toothname to beforremoved in his nextthe book, altering ifnumber he knows about Tooth Fairy.the If spelling. he takes little tooth andLarry putsPage it under the pillow •his Sixty years later, and Sergey Brin developed a new internet search engine. Other when he goes to bed, the tooth fairy will come engines searched eachandwebpage and insearch the night and take it away, in its place ranked them according to how many times will leave some little gift. It is a nice plan fora specific to term appeared on them, butand Page mothers visit the 5-cent counter layand in Brin designed their search engine to search for a supply of supplies to be used on such occathe specific term and then find out how many sions.” links there were that led back to that page, which resulted author, in a better search engine. • One American Vicki Lansky, advises tell theirthey children that the tooth fairy •parents They to decided needed a name that reflected many websites pays more how for a perfect tooth thanthe for search a deengineone, waswhich searching. They took thedental name cayed will encourage good of Edward Kasner’s very large number, only hygiene. they misspelled it slightly, so it ended up being • Rosemary Wells, the a professor Chicago’s spelled exactly same wayat the cartoon Northwestern University Dental character Barney spelled his last name.School, What’s conducted extensive researchofinto it called? (Answer at bottom page)the tooth fairy myth. COMPUTER One of her studies concluded that FACTS 74% believed the tooth fairy is female, 12% • In 1981 Bill Gates said, “640 kb of memory believed fairy was while 8% beought to the be enough for neither, anybody.” lieved the fairy could be either. Wells loved • Moore’s Law states that computer performance the subject so much, shemonths, openedand a tooth doubles every 18 to 24 ever fairy since museum inhas herbeen Deerfield, 1971, this true. IL home, and was even interviewed on “The Oprah Winfrey • HP, Google, Microsoft, and Apple were all Show.” started in garages. Answer: Google, from googol.

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