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5 Questions: Poker Face

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The Vatican Bank is the world’s only bank that allows ATM users to perform transactions in Latin.

The Vatican Bank is the world’s only bank that allows ATM users to perform transactions in Latin.

Identify the Liquor

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How well do you know your obscure liquors? Grab a seat at the bar and let's find out.

<em>The Enola Gay</em> was named after the pilot’s mother, Enola Gay Tibbets.

The Enola Gay was named after the pilot’s mother, Enola Gay Tibbets.

Waste from the Ben & Jerry's factory is given to farmers to feed their hogs. The hogs apparently love Cherry Garcia but dislike Mint Oreo.

Waste from the Ben & Jerry's factory is given to farmers to feed their hogs. The hogs apparently love Cherry Garcia but dislike Mint Oreo.

In 1873 the Comstock Act became law, making it illegal to mail obscene materials — including any materials related to birth control.

In 1873 the Comstock Act became law, making it illegal to mail obscene materials— including any materials related to birth control.

5 Questions: It Begins at Home

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5 Questions: Sheena Sheena Bo-Beena

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5 Questions: Once in a Lifetime

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5 Questions: State of the Union

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Ron Howard, Director

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After childhood roles on two hit TV sitcoms, Ron Howard became a renowned feature film director. He's directed 20 cinema movies to-date, including several Hollywood blockbusters. How many of them can you name in ten minutes? The clock stars when you key in your first entry. Good luck!

In Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 thriller <em>Psycho</em>, the sound effects for the famous shower scene were actually created by repeatedly stabbing a casaba melon.

In Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 thriller Psycho, the sound effects for the famous shower scene were actually created by repeatedly stabbing a casaba melon.

5 Questions: Zynga Games

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5 Questions: Pulp Fiction

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