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5 Questions: Spin Cycle

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A former slave ship captain wrote the song "Amazing Grace."

A former slave ship captain wrote the song "Amazing Grace."

In 1759, St. James's Gate Brewery (where they brew Guinness) was leased for to Arthur Guinness for 9,000 years for 45 pounds per year.

In 1759, St. James's Gate Brewery (where they brew Guinness) was leased for to Arthur Guinness for 9,000 years for 45 pounds per year.

5 Questions: Alley Tally

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Brain Game: The Beginning and the End

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5 Questions: Vacation Nation

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5 Questions: That's Corny!

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In the early drafts of Back to the Future, Doc Brown had a pet chimpanzee.

In the early drafts of Back to the Future, Doc Brown had a pet chimpanzee.

5 Questions: You Don't Know Richard

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Did Bear Grylls Really Eat That?

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Survivalist Bear Grylls has eaten some less-than-appetizing things on his Discovery Channel shows. But did he really eat these?

Quiz: Hunger Games Character or Poisonous Plant?

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It’s no secret that author Suzanne Collins drew some inspiration for character names from the greenhouse. Katniss, Primrose, and Hawthorne are all things you might find growing outside - though maybe not in District 12. Are you enough of a Hunger Games fan to separate fact from fiction? May the odds be ever in your favor.

5 Questions: Only a Million

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5 Questions: By Any Other Name

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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.

William Howard Taft was not only the heaviest U.S. president, but also the last to sport facial hair.

William Howard Taft was not only the heaviest U.S. president, but also the last to sport facial hair.

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