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Fastest Time To Name All U.S. Presidents

00:25 United States

John Acton named all of the Presidents of the United States in 8.69 seconds.

Most Times Saying "Obama" In 15 Seconds

00:22 Chile

Paula Ulloa said the word "Obama" 38 times in 15 seconds.

Fastest Time To Name Nevada's Congressional Delegation

00:19 United States

Sam Lehman named Nevada’s Congressional Delegatesin 3.13 seconds.

Widest Peace Symbol Necktie

United States

Art Hoffman has a peace symbol necktie measuring 4 3/4" at its widest point.

Most Times Singing 'Happy Birthday to You' In One Minute While Doing Jumping Jacks, Dressed As Marilyn Monroe

03:36 United States

Todd DeFazio sang Happy Birthday to You four times in one minute while doing jumping jacks and dressed as Marilyn Monroe. He performed the feat live on-air during the Star 100.7 Morning Show.

Most Rory Reid Bumper Stickers Placed On A Binder

00:33 United States

Patrick Hardin placed one Rory Reid bumper sticker on his school binder.

Most Political Ballots Featuring One's Own Name And Barack Obama's Name

United States

Art Hoffman ran for city council in Louisville, KY on November 4, 2008. His name appeared alongside Barack Obama’s name who was on the same ballot. See full-sized image here.

Most Times To Punch A Relative Of Sarah Palin

00:26 United States

Keoki McCarthy punched Sarah Palin’s cousin Jon Morgan 39 times. Morgan’s mother is Sarah Palin’s aunt.

Largest Group Of Liberals To Recite The 37 Accomplishments Of The GOP

05:11 United States

Baratunde Thurston led a group of 125 Liberals at Hamilton College[] in a recital of the 37 self-professed accomplishments of the GOP. Thurston premiered the video at a World Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses. [#WRAS14][]

Most Consecutive Twists On A BreakBoard By An Active Mayor

02:41 United States

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigoso completed 50 consecutive twists on a BreakBoard.

Fastest Time To Recite 75 Words Of Sarah Palin's Resignation Speech In Gibberish

00:50 United States

Chrissy Bellman spoke 75 words of Sarah Palin’s resignation speech in gibberish in 38.90 seconds. Bellman set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses. Transcript: Life is too short to compromise time and resources… it may be tempting and more comfortable to just keep your head down, plod along, and appease those who demand: “Sit down and shut up”, but that’s the worthless, easy path; that’s a quitter’s way out. And a problem in our country today is apathy. It would be apathetic to just hunker down and “go with the flow”. Nah, only dead fish “go with the flow”. [#WRAS14][]

Fastest Time To Sing The Love Letter Alexander Hamilton Wrote To Elizabeth Schuyler

03:54 United States

Jeff Taylor sang a love letter that Alexander Hamilton wrote to Elizabeth Schuyler in three minutes, 43.10 seconds.

Most Current Heads Of State Named To The Tune Of 'Mamma Mia' In 30 Seconds

00:51 England

Andrew Bailey sang 16 current heads of state to the tune of ABBA’s Mamma Mia in 30 seconds. Bailey set the record on theThe Christian O’Connell Breakfast Show[].

Most Fart Sounds Made Over The 'Going Rogue' Audio Book In One Minute

01:37 United States

Morgan Murphy created 46 fart sounds over a one minute clip of Sarah Palin’s audio book ’Going Rogue.’ She used the iFart application on her phone to set the record. Murphy set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses. [#WRAS17][]

Most Handwritten Letters Received From The Conspirator Of A National Leader Assassination Plot

India

Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya has one handwritten letter received from Gopal Godse, a conspirator involved in the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi[]. He wrote Godse asking for some information and received a handwritten letter reply from him.

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