THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

Brain Game: The Little City

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: Taking the Fifth

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Who Said It: Spock or Sherlock?

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By Ellie Papadakis, University of Missouri

They may be thousands of years apart, but our favorite detective and our lovable green-blooded alien have more in common than you might think. From their amazing deductive skills to their lack of emotion, can you tell whodunit, Captain?

5 Questions: The Real McCoy Quiz

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Who Said It: Paul Ryan or Alex P. Keaton

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VP nominee Paul Ryan may be getting all the press right now. But how does he compare to the greatest young Republican of the 1980s: Family Ties' Alex P. Keaton? Given a quote, can you tell if it's from the Wisconsin Congressman or the Nixon-loving high-school conservative?

5 Questions: Groundhog's "Shadow"

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5 Questions: I'm a Fun Guy

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"Q" is the only letter of the alphabet that does not appear in any U.S. territory or state name.

"Q" is the only letter of the alphabet that does not appear in any U.S. territory or state name.

Brain Game: Jam On

Sandy Wood

When Milton Bradley introduced <em>Twister</em> in 1966, critics denounced the game as "sex in a box."

When Milton Bradley introduced Twister in 1966, critics denounced the game as "sex in a box."

The "Q" in Q-tips stands for quality. They were originally called Baby Gays.

The "Q" in Q-tips stands for quality. They were originally called Baby Gays.

Curling Term or Quidditch Term?

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Olympic curling may have drawn you in, but how well do you know the sport’s unique jargon? To us, the curling lexicon often sounds like it could have been lifted directly out of the rulebook for Harry Potter’s favorite game, Quidditch. How well can you tell the difference?

5 Questions: RIP Malcolm McClaren

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