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Brain Game: Going Ku Ku

Sandy Wood

O'Hare Airport is named after Al Capone's laywer's son, Lt. Cmdr. Butch O'Hare.

O'Hare Airport is named after Al Capone's laywer's son, Lt. Cmdr. Butch O'Hare.

5 Questions: Re-"Hab"

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Only one U.S. state's name ends with the letter "K." It's New York. Likewise, only one U.S. state's name ends with the letter "G": Wyoming.

Only one U.S. state's name ends with the letter "K." It's New York. Likewise, only one U.S. state's name ends with the letter "G": Wyoming.

There's No Place Like Home: Famous TV Houses

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The setting for a television show is almost as important as the main characters. The moment you saw the Cheers bar or Jerry Seinfeld's living room, the familiar feeling instantly came back. The interiors of the classic shows are all pretty recognizable, but what about the exterior shots? See if you can match these television houses to the series they were in.

5 Questions: Ablutions

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5 Questions: Sweeeet

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Mel Blanc insisted on chewing real carrots to provide the chomping sounds when he voiced Bugs Bunny.

Mel Blanc insisted on chewing real carrots to provide the chomping sounds when he voiced Bugs Bunny.

5 Questions: A QWERTY Quiz

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The “mystery flavor” Dum-Dum Pop is truly random. The Spangler Candy Company combines the last of their flavorings at the end of a production run to turn out lollipops of mixed (and mysterious) flavors.

The “mystery flavor” Dum-Dum Pop is truly random. The Spangler Candy Company combines the last of their flavorings at the end of a production run to turn out lollipops of mixed (and mysterious) flavors.

5 Questions: It's Quizz Time!

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Morning Cup of Links: Pop Culture NASA Mission Posters

Miss Cellania

Bagpipes weren't invented in Scotland, but in ancient Persia.

Bagpipes weren't invented in Scotland, but in ancient Persia.

Brain Game: Math Square #166

Sandy Wood

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