Well, here’s a thousand…
– – – In St. Petersburg, Florida , Unni Haskell, 62, took two months of golf lessons and decided she was ready to hit the course – – – so, she teed up on the 100-yard first hole at Cypress Links, a nine-hole, par-3 course there – – – swung as hard as she could with her purple Wilson ProStaff 12 degree driver – – – hit a shot that went about 75 yards – – – avoided the bunker on the left – – – bounced onto the green – – – and rolled in the hole. First hole of her life. First swing on a course. Hole-in-one. Unni’s response? “I didn’t know it was that big of a deal,” she said. “I thought all golfers do this.” – – – you can see Unni at http://www.tampabay.com/multimedia/archive/00059/A4S_holeinoner031209_59974d.jpg
Here's someone who doesn't "do" windows...
If you can't view the above video, try http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6o2zWv6REQ
And here's another thousand...
- - - And finally, in Brownhills, West Midlands, UK , Richard Shannon, 22, while working at a local Subway, put lettuce leaves up his nose and in his mouth - - - before returning them to their serving tray - - - oh, and did I mention he filmed his escapades - - - and posted it on YouTube - - - where it was spotted by a customer - - - who showed up at the Subway - - - confronted Richard while he was "inside a toilet cubicle at the shop" - - - before hurling a chair at him (presumably after he left the "cubicle") - - - Richard's problems didn't end there - - - he was fired, for one thing - - - and then arrested - - - finally confessing to a single charge of contaminating or interfering with goods with intent to cause economic loss, alarm, or injury - - - and while he had faced a jail term of up to six months - - - ultimately was sentenced to do 300 hours of community service - - - you can see Richard acting up at http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/03/11/article-0-03D6AD72000005DC-431_468x370.jpg
A #1 seed has NEVER lost in the first round of the NCAA men's Division I basketball tournament (said another way, no #16 seed has ever won a tournament game).
What was the lowest seeded team ever to win the national championship (NCAA men's Division I basketball)?
Answer : A No. 8 seed is the lowest seed to win a national championship: Villanova, 1985 .