Some of the things we learned this week, according to the Toronto Star's weekly feature "10 Things We Learned This Week" includes:
Today is the unofficial holiday of potheads. "Four twenty" became an emblematic number for dopers in the 1970s, reportedly after a group of California high school kids began meeting regularly at that time to get high. Now many tokers celebrate on April 20, preferably at 4.20 p.m.
Sign-language interpreting is among the most high-risk jobs for work-related injury, causing more stress to the extremities than assembly-line labour.
In 2007, Mexicans devoted 8 per cent of their family income to bribes for a total of $2.58 billion, 42 per cent more than in 2006.
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