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There is only one president who was a bachelor, and that was James Buchanan

There is only one president who was a bachelor, and that was James Buchanan

5 Questions: Bedding III: Mattress Sale

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5 Questions: Johnson

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Physicians Turned Literary Figures

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An apple a day keeps writerly ambition at bay? Nope, that's not a saying.

Many medical doctors have gone on to figure prominently in the literary world. Which of the following authors were also physicians?

Cancelled: A Quiz Tribute to Shows Loved and Lost

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TV fans have been rocked by some recent cancellations - Pushing Daisies, Dirty Sexy Money, Prison Break, to name a few. In tribute to the shows lost, here's a quiz tribute. Answer these 12 questions quickly, before bad ratings catch up to us.

Brothers Grimm

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How well do you know the tales from best-known storytellers of all-time? Fire up the Brothers Grimm quiz and find out!

Name the Songs on Nirvana's Nevermind

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Nirvana released Nevermind on September 24, 1991. Rolling Stone ranked it the #17 album of all time, saying, "No album in recent history had such an overpowering impact on a generation—a nation of teens suddenly turned punk—and such a catastrophic effect on its main creator." Can you name all 12 songs on Nevermind? (For this quiz, we'll leave out the hidden track.)

The Quotation Vexation Sensation II

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At turns deeply philosophical and insouciantly whimsical, T.S. Eliot, Bob Dylan, Woody Allen and Abraham Lincoln managed to succeed where lesser people have failed by maximizing their ability to connect and communicate with their audience. Can you tell which of the four above mentioned spoke the following words?

Full Band or Single Person?

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Record store bins are littered with bands masquerading as people and vice versa. Have you spent enough time flipping through album covers to tell the difference?

Current College Quarterback or Romance Novel Leading Man?

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Some of them sling footballs on the gridiron. Others pitch woo on the pages of romance novels. How well can you tell your stud QBs from your romance-novel studs? Take our quiz, which was inspired by a comment Ivan Maisel of ESPN made about Cal QB Brock Mansion.

Ape or Human?

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When people think something's easy, they're often proclaim, "Even an ape could do it!" But upon further review, our simian cousins are pretty talented, and we have far more in common than you may realize.

Decide whether each of the following statements describes apes, humans, or both.

The shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s classic movie <em>Psycho</em> is composed of more than 90 shots seen from 70 different camera angles. It took Hitchcock and his crew an entire week to film it. For reference, the entire film took only six weeks.

The shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s classic movie Psycho is composed of more than 90 shots seen from 70 different camera angles. It took Hitchcock and his crew an entire week to film it. For reference, the entire film took only six weeks.

The Monster Mash

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Today's quiz is about monsters—those who created them, those who wrote about them, those who portrayed them, and those who just were.

In a fit of uncharacteristic decisiveness, President James Buchanan tried to buy Cuba. However, his plans ground to a halt when Congress refused to give him the dough to purchase the island, believing that the president would take the money and skip the c

In a fit of uncharacteristic decisiveness, President James Buchanan tried to buy Cuba. However, his plans ground to a halt when Congress refused to give him the dough to purchase the island, believing that the president would take the money and skip the country.

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