Ionesco's The Bald Soprano and The Lesson have been playing at the Théâtre de la Huchette in permanent repertory since 1957.
Con artist Doug "Chameleon" Street, Jr. once posed as a Harvard Medical School graduate and, despite having very limited knowledge of medicine, talked his way into a residency at Detroit's Wayne State University Medical School. "From there he moved to Illinois, where he worked as a surgeon at a Chicago hospital and performed 36 [successful] hysterectomies before being discovered. (One of his colleagues noticed that Street seemed to run back and forth to the men's room a lot; he followed him one day and caught Doug referring to a stack of medical textbooks he had stashed in there.)"
Whenever doctor strikes have occurred, the mortality rate declines.
Just 11 people (at most) attended the funeral of Karl Marx, who died penniless.
It probably rains diamonds on Neptune.