THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: Everybody Plays the Fool

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5 Questions: Report Card

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5 Questions: Rise and Shine

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The License Plate Game

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We've all played a version of the license plate game. Now let's bring the fun indoors! Can you determine which state each plate came from? Not all these are the current state plates, either.

5 Questions: Picks up Sticks

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Name the Most Popular Indo-European Languages

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One of my hobbies is—or was, before my daughter was born and I had infinite free time—learning foreign languages, usually just to the conversational level for use while traveling. Most of the time I stick to Indo-European languages, since they nearly all have a little bit in common with English. There are 12 languages in the Indo-European family with at least 50 million native speakers. How many can you name in 3 minutes?

A group of jellyfish is called a 'smack.'

A group of jellyfish is called a 'smack.'

5 Questions: All "-ford" You

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The famous Mount Rushmore in South Dakota featuring the heads of presidents Washington, T. Roosevelt, Jefferson, and Lincoln was built solely as a tourist trap to give South Dakota tourism dollars that it desperately needed. And guess what? It worked. Alm

The famous Mount Rushmore in South Dakota featuring the heads of presidents Washington, T. Roosevelt, Jefferson, and Lincoln was built solely as a tourist trap to give South Dakota tourism dollars that it desperately needed. And guess what? It worked. Almost 3 million people visit the mountain each year.

5 Questions: Feeling "Imp"ish

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5 Questions: Mud Slide

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5 Questions: All in the..."Family"

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Morning Cup of Links: R.I.P. Joan Rivers

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Earn Your PhV: The Stephen or Steven Quiz

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There are plenty of Steves in the world (and many of 'em are good guys). And then there are those who prefer to be called Steven or Stephen. These 10 men are famous enough to go by whatever name they like. But which ones like to spell their names with a PH, and which ones with a V?

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