THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

Very Important Persons (of the Year)

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Every year since 1927, the editors of Time have named a Person (or Machine or Planet) of the Year. The honor is bestowed upon "the person or persons who most affected the news and our lives, for good or ill." How well do you know these Very Important Persons? Here are a dozen questions about Time's choices.

5 Questions: Shirt Tales 4: "Cuff"

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5 Questions: Not on Top

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5 Questions: Toast(er) of the Town

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Football Coaching Trees

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Just like Socrates begat Plato, Plato begat Aristotle, and Aristotle begat Alexander the Great, many great football coaches had great mentors. How well do you know the branches of the various NFL coaching trees?

5 Questions: Duck Dynasty

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5 Questions: March Madness

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Tobias Fünke's "nevernude" problem is real. It's called "gymnophobia," or the fear of nude bodies.

Tobias Fünke's "nevernude" problem is real. It's called "gymnophobia," or the fear of nude bodies.

5 Questions: Remember 2005

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Name Every Running Back to Rush for Over 1800 Yards

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According to Pro-Football-Reference.com, only 16 players have rushed for over 1800 yards in a season (some did it more than once). How many can you name in five minutes?

5 Questions: The Thingy Quiz

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5 Questions: The Weather Outside is Frightful

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In the early stage version of <em>The Wizard of Oz</em>, Toto was replaced by a cow named Imogene.

In the early stage version of The Wizard of Oz, Toto was replaced by a cow named Imogene.

5 Questions: TV Dogs 5

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