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The Armistice Day Quiz

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Today is Veterans Day, which gives us all a good opportunity to thank the troops who have served our country. The holiday was formerly known as Armistice Day, though, and it celebrated the armistice that ended the fighting in World War I. How much do you know about that armistice and the holiday it inspired? Let's find out.

5 Questions: Fits Like a Glove

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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: Crown Rack of Trivia

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5 Questions: Body Language

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5 Questions: Eight Days a Week

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5 Questions: NFL Names IV

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5 Questions: I Like Pike

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Beer Geography: Domestic Edition

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Just about everyone knows that Sam Adams is made in Boston, and that Anchor Steam hails from San Francisco. Inspired by these venerable pint-o-neers, the craft-beer movement has filtered into all corners of the country. Tell us where the following brews are made, and we'll tell you a fun little fact about each one. (And if your favorite local brewery wasn't included, leave us a suggestion for the sequel.)

5 Questions: Railroad Cars

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5 Questions: Name Game: Phil 'er Up

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World Leader or NFL Placekicker?

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Garrett Hartley of the Saints isn't the first kicker whose name sounds presidential (or Prime Minister-y). Can you distinguish between the pro kickers and the world leaders?

The musical <em>Cats</em> was based on a book of poems by T.S. Eliot titled <em>Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats</em>.

The musical Cats was based on a book of poems by T.S. Eliot titled Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats.

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.

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