Two-Buck Chuck once won a prestigious wine award?!
Here's a piece of trivia for you: Did you know that National Trivia Day takes place on Friday, January 4? This year, we're celebrating with some of the greatest fun facts about animals, food, music, and other topics worth knowing about. (Wine trivia? Oh, we are so there.) Whether it's an interesting truth about blue whales or some mind-boggling facts about American food, it's always good to know some random trivia — and even more fun to quiz your friends and family with some crazy facts that are wildly unknown but still surprisingly true. The next time you're gathered around the table for some quality family dinner time, pull out one (or more) of these cool-but-unknown facts as an interesting conversation starter or a fun quizzing game — you'll even be sure to impress everyone with your knowledge and have tons of fun while you're at it, too!
Richard: "While he’s avoided aggressively targeting gun owners, Biden has previously emphasized his commitment to holding gun manufacturers liable when one of their products is used in the commission of a crime." I hope that also applies to car makers, knife makers, shoe makers, and hammer makers as well since each of these items (not shoes particularly, but since hands and feet are counted) kills more people than all types of rifles put together. "Biden has cast himself as a relative moderate in recent months on gun-control. His campaign’s gun control plan, which was released in October, proposed reinstating an “assault-weapons ban” and universal background checks, but would not force the current owners of semiautomatic rifles to sell the guns to government..." That's not the action of a moderate, but of someone that's scared to death of a lawfully-armed citizenry. I always wonder why the left is afraid of law-abiding citizens with guns but are quite OK with criminals being armed to the teeth.