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Why Are Streets Always Wet in Movies?

Fun Fact of the Day – The streets are usually wet in movies at night.

Wet pavement is not only more cinematic, but in the same way that it’s harder to see road markings when you’re driving in the rain at night, the water diffuses reflections and helps eliminate shadows caused by filming equipment and multiple light sources.

Now to answer yesterday’s brain teaser… he fell from a ground-floor window.

Other creative answers included falling onto a nearby window washing platform, that he fell in virtual reality, that the stories were in a library and not the floors of the building, and the most unique answer might have been that he had myostatin-related muscle hypertrophy that made him super strong.

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