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There is so much we as civilians don't know or understand about everyday life. The law is far more complicated than we could ever comprehend. But we need to get on top of it.

There are some laws on the books that would leave you stunned. In fact, in some states, we're constantly breaking the law. And we never knew.

The truth is many of our laws were constructed when our founding fathers were not thinking clearly. Thanks moonshine... let's dive in...

Redditor u/Krallorddark wanted everyone to get educated about dealing with society's "rules" by asking:

What is illegal but most people don't even know it?
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The brain is the most fascinating of organs and body parts. It can hold an obscene amount of information.

That's the secret to all these Jeopardy winners, they're not so smart, just incredible human storage units.

I can tell my you childhood address, the lyrics to every Adele song and scripts to Golden Girls episode, and nonsense facts about crayons (I don't know why). Ain't that all something?

It is all tucked away in the crevices of the mind.

Redditor u/JustAMildKingpin wanted to hear about all the things saved in our brains for reasons unknown by asking:

What's the most random fact you know about?
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Sex is never an easy topic to broach. Even when you're in a relationship. So one can only imagine what it's like to discuss the birds and the bees with teenagers or youth in general. That discussion can be just as excruciating as chatting about it with granny. But kids have to be educated and boy do they have thoughts on the matter. Better to learn through class than online though.

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Pay attention. When we discuss survival... that is rule number one in my book. Paying attention, being alert and aware of your surroundings can make the simplest and most significant difference between life and death. There are millions of small details that we as humans really need to be made aware of. Saving one's own life and the life of others is far more probable than we think. That's why I love shows like 48 Hours, Dateline and 20/20, they often showcase survivor stories that can impart unknown details showing how we all can be victors in similar situations.

Redditor u/KunJosh wanted everyone to share about some facts that could help people when life leads us to danger by asking.... [Serious] what are some facts that might save your life one day?
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The mind is an amazing muscle. The amount of information it holds is awe inspiring. Why is it that sometimes one can solve the answer to a historical question (like who created bread) but can't remember how to change a tire? Knowledge is power and useless knowledge is abundant and always at the ready. If you are that person brimming with mundane facts... get yourself to Jeopardy!

Redditor u/ReverseFlash_94 wanted everyone to divulge all the information our minds have downloaded that seems to be useful if we end up on 'Jeopardy' by asking.... What is your most useless fact?
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