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5 Questions: Carly Simon Says...

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Construction of the Pentagon began on September 11<sup>th</sup>, 1941.

Construction of the Pentagon began on September 11th, 1941.

5 Questions: Body Language

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5 Questions: Eight Days a Week

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Actual SkyMall Product or Rejected Invention Patent?

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The products gracing the pages of the SkyMall Magazine provide guaranteed laughter, disbelief and audible exclamations of "Who would buy that?" In each question below, one product is actually for sale in SkyMall Magazine; the other is an invention that failed to secure a patent. Can you tell the difference?

5 Questions: NFL Names IV

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Happy Festivus!

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In December of 1997, Seinfeld introduced Festivus to the world. All these holiday seasons later it's still going strong, with books, parties, and poles popping up each year. How much do you remember about the episode that started it all?

Is There an App for That?

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These days there's an app for everything. Well, almost. Can you figure out whether these apps are real?

5 Questions: Name Game: Phil 'er Up

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In contrast to his exotic look and mannerisms, Andy Warhol was born and raised not in Europe, but in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

In contrast to his exotic look and mannerisms, Andy Warhol was born and raised not in Europe, but in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

USPS: The Quiz

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You've probably seen the news about the problems of our postal service. As a tribute to the dwindling mail department, here's a quiz dedicated entirely to the USPS.

5 Questions: Just a Little Trivia

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Name All the Bond Films

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The first official 007 film was released in 1962. Since then, there have been 22 Bond films, the latest released just last year. They comprise the longest running and most financially successful English language film franchise to date.

We've put 3 minutes on the clock. Think you can name 'em all?

[hint: Forget the made-for-TV Bond movies. Forget Never Say Never Again, which was a 1983 unofficial remake of an official Bond film released in the 60s.]

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