THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: "Tri" Again

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The term "skid road" (or "skid row") originated in Seattle. The actual road, Yesler Way, was used during the late 1800s to haul (skid) logs to the Yesler saw mill at the bottom of the hill. It became a rather seedy district eventually and became known as

The term "skid road" (or "skid row") originated in Seattle. The actual road, Yesler Way, was used during the late 1800s to haul (skid) logs to the Yesler saw mill at the bottom of the hill. It became a rather seedy district eventually and became known as "Skid Road," and the name caught on.

5 Questions: Tool Time

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5 Questions: Into that Good Night

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5 Questions: Foreign Phrases

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Brain Game: Fun with Flags, Episode 5

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The L.A. Story Quiz (With a Twist of Lemon)

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Let's find out how much you remember about the Steve Martin classic L.A. Story.

It is bad luck to whistle in a theatre. The superstition dates back to the time when off-duty sailors would run the fly system in theatres, and the sailors would whistle the cues to each other. Therefore, if you were to walk through a theatre carelessly w

It is bad luck to whistle in a theatre. The superstition dates back to the time when off-duty sailors would run the fly system in theatres, and the sailors would whistle the cues to each other. Therefore, if you were to walk through a theatre carelessly whistling a tune, you might cause a scenic piece to fall on your head.

5 Questions: Deacon Jones (RIP)

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Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice! (The Quiz)

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Our next installment in Movie Quiz Week comes from Stacy Conradt. Do you know your Beetlejuice?

Brain Game: Breakdown

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The purpose of gasoline rationing during the Second World War was not to conserve gas, but to conserve TIRES. The primary source for natural rubber at the time was Southeast Asia, much of which was under Japanese control.

The purpose of gasoline rationing during the Second World War was not to conserve gas, but to conserve TIRES. The primary source for natural rubber at the time was Southeast Asia, much of which was under Japanese control.

5 Questions: Oh, Snap!

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5 Questions: Itz For You

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