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Name the World Series Champs, 1980-1989

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From 1980-1989, only one team won multiple championships. Can you name the nine teams that won the World Series in that span?

The vibrator was invented by a physician to treat women who suffered from "hysteria."

The vibrator was invented by a physician to treat women who suffered from "hysteria."

5 Questions: Out on a "Lynn"

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5 Questions: Charlie, Charles, Chuck

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5 Questions: Law and Order

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Name the Major Sports Franchises Without Titles

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There are 14 NFL teams that have never won a Super Bowl; 13 current NBA franchises have never won the NBA title; 8 Major League Baseball teams haven't won the World Series; and 13 NHL clubs have never won the Stanley Cup. How many of those 48 lovable losers can you name in 8 minutes?

5 Questions: A Matter of Degrees

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5 Questions: Whoops!

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5 Questions: Zynga Games

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Brain Game: Name That Word!

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5 Questions: Just "Kid"ding

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Charles Lindbergh was named <em>Time</em> magazine’s first “Man of the Year” in 1927. But what turned into an annual tradition for the publication actually started as an apology: <em>Time</em> had embarrassingly left Lindbergh off the cover after h

Charles Lindbergh was named Time magazine’s first “Man of the Year” in 1927. But what turned into an annual tradition for the publication actually started as an apology: Time had embarrassingly left Lindbergh off the cover after his landmark solo flight and "Man of the Year" was their apology.

Brain Game: The Old Ache

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The Wright Brothers’ first successful flight on December 17, 1903 covered a distance of about 120 feet—shorter than the wingspan of a modern 747.

The Wright Brothers’ first successful flight on December 17, 1903 covered a distance of about 120 feet—shorter than the wingspan of a modern 747.

Brain Game: E is for End

Sandy Wood

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