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5 Questions: Toto's Home State

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The Rams were the first pro football team to decorate their helmets. An early version of the "horn" motif is still used by the franchise today.

The Rams were the first pro football team to decorate their helmets. An early version of the "horn" motif is still used by the franchise today.

While you can buy mistletoe-scented air fresheners, candles and soap, real mistletoe has no discernible smell.

While you can buy mistletoe-scented air fresheners, candles and soap, real mistletoe has no discernible smell.

The 30th Anniversary Caddyshack Quiz

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Yesterday marked the 30th anniversary of the day Caddyshack was released (July 25, 1980). To celebrate, we put together this little quiz.

Nicholas Breakspear wasn't a relative of William Shakespeare, but he did have his own claim to fame: He was the first Englishman to become Pope.

Nicholas Breakspear wasn't a relative of William Shakespeare, but he did have his own claim to fame: He was the first Englishman to become Pope.

When Disneyland opened on July 17, 1955, the 110°F temperatures melted the asphalt on Main Street and caused many high-heeled shoes to become stuck in the pavement.

When Disneyland opened on July 17, 1955, the 110°F temperatures melted the asphalt on Main Street and caused many high-heeled shoes to become stuck in the pavement.

Seashell fossils have been found high in the Himalayan mountains, suggesting that the land was once underwater.

Seashell fossils have been found high in the Himalayan mountains, suggesting that the land was once underwater.

5 Questions: Don't Touch That "Dial"!

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5 Questions: Shades of Red

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5 Questions: Banana Banana

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In 2004, researchers at King's College in London spent weeks examining dozens of horror movies before determining that Stanley Kubrick's <em>The Shining </em>was "the perfect scary film."

In 2004, researchers at King's College in London spent weeks examining dozens of horror movies before determining that Stanley Kubrick's The Shining was "the perfect scary film."

5 Questions: ANDY WARHOL

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