Baldr - 2009-08-24 This is how Pythagoras learned the theorem that bears his name.
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-08-24 This is how they get all of their trivia for Jeopardy. Every night, Alex Trebek sits down with a big basket of soybeans, and he listens to the knowledge they impart. Those that tell him facts useful to the show are rewarded with riches beyond any bean's wildest dreams.
The beans that give him useless information are eaten. Every time Alex Trebek goes on the air, his stomach is full of screaming beans.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-08-24 I guess they did not phrase their rights not to be eaten in the form of a question.
fluffy - 2009-08-24 Since when does Jeopardy contain anything but useless information?
kingofthenothing - 2009-08-24 All the trivia is pretty nasty in these. In every one they decide to give up eating, or quit work that day. I'm not sure if it's the shock of finding a new life form from food or the shock or disgust of the weird trivia. Here are some winners:
A flamingo's mother's milk is red. (thanks, just what I wanted to know before I eat lunch)
A hippo's sweat is pink. (Oh yeah, that helps my appetite)
A squid has 3 hearts. (I didn't really need to know that)