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5 Questions: Snug as a Bug

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Name the Songs on Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run

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Released in August 1975, Born to Run was Bruce Springsteen's third album. Soon after, TIME and Newsweek put The Boss on their covers in the same week. Rolling Stone has ranked it #18 on a list of the Top 500 Albums of All Time. Can you name all eight songs on the album?

5 Questions: Liquidity

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5 Questions: Ack!

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WWF Superstars Quiz

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Remember those WWF Superstars action figures from the mid-to-late 1980s? Unless your answer is an unequivocal YES!, you should probably just move on.

5 Questions: 1-4 Planets

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Bad line or worst line ever?

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The Bullwer-Lytton Fiction Contest annually honors the worst first line to a novel.

5 Questions: Sounds? Zounds!

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5 Questions: Just "Bor"n

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Real or Onion?

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Gelf Magazine founder and mental_floss contributor David Goldenberg has teamed up with The Onion to put out an iPhone app. In "Real or Onion?" you have to determine whether headlines are from actual news outlets or The Onion. Give it a try in today's quiz, then go download the iPhone version!

Name the Big Ten in 1 Minute

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Note: If Maine and Maine State were both Big Ten schools, we'd accept 'University of Maine' or 'Maine U,' but not just 'Maine.' Hint: They're not.

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