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The Curious Political Quote Quiz

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If these political quotes from the last few years are any indication, we can expect a whole lot more questionable statements and bizarre admissions between now and next November. In this quiz, written by the sound bite mavens at Gotcha Media, it's up to you to decide which politician uttered which curious quote.

The first <em>Sports Illustrated</em> swimsuit issue featured model Babette March on the cover sporting a modest two-piece. The issue came out in January of 1964.

The first Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue featured model Babette March on the cover sporting a modest two-piece. The issue came out in January of 1964.

5 Questions: What a "Ham"

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Hey, Junior!

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In honor of Father's Day, today's quiz salutes the less-famous dads of notable juniors. Cuba Gooding, Sr., this one's for you!

Brain Game: Look Away

Sandy Wood

Neuticles are synthetic testicles for neutered pets. The tagline: "It's like nothing ever changed."

Neuticles are synthetic testicles for neutered pets. The tagline: "It's like nothing ever changed."

The world's largest desert is not the Sahara; it is the continent of Antarctica. (Antarctica is classified as a "cold desert.")

The world's largest desert is not the Sahara; it is the continent of Antarctica. (Antarctica is classified as a "cold desert.")

During the shower scene in <em>Psycho</em>, what looks like blood funneling down the drain is actually Bosco chocolate syrup. Hitchcock thought it looked more real in black-and-white than the fake red stuff.

During the shower scene in Psycho, what looks like blood funneling down the drain is actually Bosco chocolate syrup. Hitchcock thought it looked more real in black-and-white than the fake red stuff.

5 Questions: Mamma Mia!

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Other than tap water, coffee is the favorite beverage among adult Canadians, who reportedly consume an average of 2.6 cups per day.

Other than tap water, coffee is the favorite beverage among adult Canadians, who reportedly consume an average of 2.6 cups per day.

Morning Cup of Links: Taking The Hobbit to the Big Screen

Miss Cellania

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.

Brain Game: Fun with Flags, Episode 16

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: Tool Time

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Back in the 1800s, composer Franz Liszt was worshiped like a rock star. In fact, he received so many requests for locks of his hair that he eventually bought a dog, only to snip off patches of its fur to send to his admirers. 

Back in the 1800s, composer Franz Liszt was worshiped like a rock star. In fact, he received so many requests for locks of his hair that he eventually bought a dog, only to snip off patches of its fur to send to his admirers. 

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