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5 Questions: All "Hit"s, All the Time

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5 Questions: THE MICROQUIZ

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Emergency!

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"Fire breaks" aren't a new firefighting technique. Even during the Great Fire of London in 1666, structures were purposely destroyed in an effort to keep the flames from spreading.

"Fire breaks" aren't a new firefighting technique. Even during the Great Fire of London in 1666, structures were purposely destroyed in an effort to keep the flames from spreading.

Name the Losing Ticket's VP in the Last 13 Elections

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Can you name the last 13 running mates—starting with the 1960 race—who didn't make it to the White House (or back to the White House)? Last names are all you need, and we're just looking for the Democrat and Republican running mates, not third parties.

5 Questions: DANCE, DANCE, DANCE

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Mozart's "Ah! Vous Dirai-je, Maman" might well be his most popular melody — it's the tune used in both "The Alphabet Song" and "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star."

Mozart's "Ah! Vous Dirai-je, Maman" might well be his most popular melody — it's the tune used in both "The Alphabet Song" and "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star."

Morning Cup of Links: Wizard of Oz Trivia

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5 Questions: LONDON CALLING

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Nearly $40 billion in U.S. coins are currently in circulation.

Nearly $40 billion in U.S. coins are currently in circulation.

5 Questions: BUG OUT

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The melting temperature of bubble gum is 125 degrees Fahrenheit.

The melting temperature of bubble gum is 125 degrees Fahrenheit.

The only inter-U.S. flights made by the Concorde were between New York's JFK Airport and the oil-rich Texas metropolis of Dallas-Fort Worth.

The only inter-U.S. flights made by the Concorde were between New York's JFK Airport and the oil-rich Texas metropolis of Dallas-Fort Worth.

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