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In a poll of the top 200 artists of the 20th century, I would've thought Jackson Pollack would be higher than seven.
It's been 15 minutes, so a new iPhone must be out.
Today's Brain Game deals with plain U.S. currency and coin; nothing fancy, and there are no tricks involved.
Bryce Harper made news last week when the 16-year-old from Las Vegas became the first high school baseball player to be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated in 20 years.
People ask other people to marry them every day.
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We know, we know... we're trying to get on the ball with this "technical difficulties" thing.
Authors love to make up games for their fictional worlds -- but these games are typically unplayable in the real world.
By Steve Wiegand
Ed note: we're having a few technical difficulties here, so we're highlighting a few best-of posts starting with this terrific one from Kara.
With Miss C. out of office this week, it took us just a little longer to get these up. Hopefully, they're enough to get your morning going.
Smile everyone...it's Monday!
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Indie rock aficionados have probably heard of the band Eels, and its eclectically talented, publicity-shy frontman, Mark Oliver Everett, AKA "Mr.
Today's Brain Game starts with a single letter of the alphabet and builds into a seven-letter word.
Entering its 90th week on mentalfloss.com,
"Feel Art Again" has featured more than 250 artists.
It can be a little hard to remember all 250 artists, so we decided to make it easier on yo
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