Last Week's Most Popular Stories and an Enjoyable Wikipedia Screenshot

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In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you missed:

1. 119 Amazing Facts for National Trivia Day, by Jason English
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2. Why Do Dogs Walk in a Circle Before Lying Down?, by Matt Soniak
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3. 25 One-Word Answers to Very Important Questions, by Ethan Trex
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4. How Do Magic Eye Pictures Work?, by Matt Soniak
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5. Why Do Some Radio Stations Begin With ‘K’ and Others With ‘W’?, by Matt Soniak
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6. 10 Classic Jeopardy! Moments, by David K. Israel
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7. When the Car Radio Was Introduced, People Freaked Out, by Bill DeMain
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8. The Stories Behind 11 More Classic Album Covers, by Bill DeMain
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9. What Happens to Leftover Campaign Funds When a Candidate Drops Out?, by Ethan Trex
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10. 6 Infamous Arsonists and How They Got Caught, by Meghan Holohan
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And I saw this during my regular search for Chia Pet on Wikipedia last night:

Moments after we tweeted out the quote, someone changed it. Fun while it lasted.

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January 8, 2012 - 2:21pm
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