Top March Facts
1. March is National Frozen Food Month.
2. There is going to be a Solar Eclipse on March 20th of this year, seen mainly from the United Kingdom and Scandinavia.
3. "Vas Madness" is a phenomenon where U.S. men get vasectomies that coincide with March Madness so they can stay home and watch the games.
4. Up until the 1970s, Irish laws mandated that pubs be closed on March 17th.
5. The 13th day of March and the 13th day of November are always the same every year.
6. In March 2015, a Georgia teen was arrested for stealing a goatâ€”he was going to ask the girl he liked if she would "goat to prom" with him.
7. You have a 1 in 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 chance of filling out a perfect March Madness bracket.
8. This year, it is estimated that March Madness will cost the collective American workplace nearly $2 billion due to distraction.
9. U.S. police killed more people in March, 2015, than the entire UK police have killed since 1900.
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