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The song sung in the animated <em>How the Grinch Stole Christmas</em> was not sung by narrator Boris Karloff, but by the voice of Kellogg's Tony the Tiger, late actor Thurl Ravenscroft.

The song sung in the animated How the Grinch Stole Christmas was not sung by narrator Boris Karloff, but by the voice of Kellogg's Tony the Tiger, late actor Thurl Ravenscroft.

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Oh...um...Canada?

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Can you name (and spell) Canada’s 10 provinces and 3 territories? The clock starts when you do. Good luck!

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Interesting people say interesting things. Four of the most interesting people are inextricably linked in ways too numerous to count and essentially bridge the gaps between philosophy, politics, Jedi guruism and music: existential philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, uber-politician Bill Clinton, Jedi master Yoda and Radiohead frontman/lyricist Thom Yorke. Take our quiz and find out how much you can recognize, or have retained, from the universal truisms uttered by each over the years.

Name the 10 Most Populous U.S. Cities (in 2 Minutes)

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You've got 2 minutes. Can you name the 10 most populous U.S. cities?

IMPORTANT NOTE: This list refers only to the population of individual cities, and does not include surrounding suburban areas.

G-rated family films earn more money than any other rated films; however, only 4% of Hollywood's output is G-rated.

G-rated family films earn more money than any other rated films; however, only 4% of Hollywood's output is G-rated.

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Before Pixar settled on <em>Toy Story</em>, other names suggested include <em>Made in Taiwan</em>, <em>Moving Buddies</em>, and <em>Toyz in the Hood</em>.

Before Pixar settled on Toy Story, other names suggested include Made in Taiwan, Moving Buddies, and Toyz in the Hood.

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Google, the 1998 Internet search company founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, got its name from the word Googol, which represents number 1 followed by one hundred zeros after it.

Google, the 1998 Internet search company founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, got its name from the word Googol, which represents number 1 followed by one hundred zeros after it.

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