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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s wife died when a dropped match ignited her enormous hoop skirt.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s wife died when a dropped match ignited her enormous hoop skirt.

5 Questions: "Open" for Business

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5 Questions: Crown Rack of Trivia

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5 Questions: You Can Call Me Ray, or...

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Brain Game: The Skull

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In New Jersey and Oregon, pumping your own gas is illegal. These states banned self-service out of fear that untrained consumers might light themselves on fire. The laws are surprisingly popular with citizens; any mention of their repeal has been met with

In New Jersey and Oregon, pumping your own gas is illegal. These states banned self-service out of fear that untrained consumers might light themselves on fire. The laws are surprisingly popular with citizens; any mention of their repeal has been met with fervent opposition.

Tip for Managing Millennials or Advice for Puppy Owners?

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One of the hot topics in business is how to manage millennials, the latest generation to invade the workplace. Sometimes in these articles, it sounds like these eager, technology-loving employees are from another planet. Or puppies! Can you tell whether the tip is for dealing with a younger worker or raising a young dog?

5 Questions: I Like Pike

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Mac or PC?

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Please read carefully before beginning: In this quiz, "PC" refers to any IBM-clone type machine/platform running Windows or its direct predecessors. We all know Macs are personal computers too, but for the purpose of the quiz, as it relates to the modern Mac/PC debate and all those great TV commercials, Mac = Apple and PC = IBM/Microsoft.

The popular hip-shaking dance, the merengue, got its name from the whisking motion required to make meringue. Without all that mixing and stirring, meringue is nothing more than egg whites, sugar, and cream of tartar.

The popular hip-shaking dance, the merengue, got its name from the whisking motion required to make meringue. Without all that mixing and stirring, meringue is nothing more than egg whites, sugar, and cream of tartar.

The 25th Anniversary Teen Wolf Quiz

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This year marks the 25th anniversary of Teen Wolf. To celebrate, here's a quiz about the cable TV staple that featured the most improbable high school basketball team of all-time.

5 Questions: Archery

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In Sri Lanka, citizens celebrate the New Year by participating in elevated pillow fights, where contestants try to knock each other off of beams, and greased pole competitions, where participants try to plant flags atop 10-foot-tall slippery tree trunks.

In Sri Lanka, citizens celebrate the New Year by participating in elevated pillow fights, where contestants try to knock each other off of beams, and greased pole competitions, where participants try to plant flags atop 10-foot-tall slippery tree trunks.

René Lacoste, a professional tennis player, invented the world’s first logo shirt. Known as “Le Crocodile” for his on-court tenacity, Lacoste added the crocodile to his clothes in the 1930s – the first time a designer logo is know to have appeare

René Lacoste, a professional tennis player, invented the world’s first logo shirt. Known as “Le Crocodile” for his on-court tenacity, Lacoste added the crocodile to his clothes in the 1930s – the first time a designer logo is know to have appeared on the outside of a shirt.

5 Questions: Go Away

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