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The Caesar Salad was not invented by the Italians, but by a restaurant owner in Tijuana, Mexico.

The Caesar Salad was not invented by the Italians, but by a restaurant owner in Tijuana, Mexico.

Brain Game: Math Square #185

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: The Drawing Board

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5 Questions: Cut the "Cord"

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Bela Lugosi became famous for playing the title character in the classic 1931 movie <em>Dracula</em>. When he died in 1956, he was buried wearing his Dracula cape.

Bela Lugosi became famous for playing the title character in the classic 1931 movie Dracula. When he died in 1956, he was buried wearing his Dracula cape.

5 Questions: SUNRISE

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5 Questions: Sixth Day of Christmas

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Medieval Japanese samurai burned incense in their helmets so that if they were decapitated in battle, their head would smell sweet.

Medieval Japanese samurai burned incense in their helmets so that if they were decapitated in battle, their head would smell sweet.

5 Questions: In the Pouch

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5 Questions: Unfortunate Limerick Hero

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The male cicada is the loudest insect in the world. Their sound can reach 120 decibels. By comparison, a jackhammer breaking concrete is 100-120 decibels.

The male cicada is the loudest insect in the world. Their sound can reach 120 decibels. By comparison, a jackhammer breaking concrete is 100-120 decibels.

5 Questions: WIZARDRY

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5 Questions: A "Drop" in the Bucket

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In 1942, Hollywood actress Hedy Lamarr co-invented spread spectrum communications, the forerunner to today's CDMA cell phone technology.

In 1942, Hollywood actress Hedy Lamarr co-invented spread spectrum communications, the forerunner to today's CDMA cell phone technology.

5 Questions: WE HAVE THE POWER!

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