January 4th National Trivia Day

Most think trivia is trivial. They would be right, but one never knows when a bit of trivia might save our life. The more people know about something the less it is trivial, making the word trivia sort of a bit confusing. What is trivial to you may be important to me and vice-versa. It is often paying attention to details when thew details aren’t all that important.

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So today is a day that you should let all those trivial details out in the open. For example, did you know that originally the Democratic Party were the conservatives and the Republicans were considered radical? Does it matter? Probably not but it is sort of an interesting bit or trivia.

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History is filled with bits of trivia, in fact, that’s where most trivia comes from. History has always been written by the victor… but sometimes it’s affected by the losers. For example, a wounded Adolph Hitler was left alive by either an American soldier or a British soldier during World War 1 when he could have easily been killed.

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So sometimes we need to study history to find out what really happened because, believe it or not, we human are animals and prone to repeat the same actions as our forefathers unless we learn better. So maybe trivia isn’t such a waste of time after all. Maybe trivia is where will will actually find out about the human race.

How to celebrate – Play a trivia game today. Read a trivia book. Learn something you did not know yesterday, today.

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