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Morning Cup of Links: Disney and Indiana Jones

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The title of the Paul Simon song "Mother and Child Reunion" came from a chicken-and-egg dish that appeared on a Chinese restaurant menu in NYC.

The title of the Paul Simon song "Mother and Child Reunion" came from a chicken-and-egg dish that appeared on a Chinese restaurant menu in NYC.

Crash

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5 Questions: Get on the Bus, Gus

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5 Questions: Just "Kid"ding

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5 Questions: Undercover Boss

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Morning Cup of Links: Game of Thrones Season Five Clues

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The Barcolo Manufacturing Company of Buffalo, New York, started the American tradition of the office “coffee break.” In 1902 they offered free coffee to their employees in order to boost morale.

The Barcolo Manufacturing Company of Buffalo, New York, started the American tradition of the office “coffee break.” In 1902 they offered free coffee to their employees in order to boost morale.

5 Questions: Gabba Gabba Hey

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You won't find pincers at the Egremont Crab Fair held in Cumbria, England. That's because this autumn event actually celebrates apples.

You won't find pincers at the Egremont Crab Fair held in Cumbria, England. That's because this autumn event actually celebrates apples.

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Morning Cup of Links: Lessons from Christmas Stories

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Brain Game: You Send Me

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About three-quarters of fresh water usage in American households occurs in the bathroom.

About three-quarters of fresh water usage in American households occurs in the bathroom.

Fictional Characters, Actual Colleges (Part 2)

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It's time for another round of 'Fictional Characters, Actual Colleges,' where I give you a TV character and you tell me where he or she went to school. (See Part 1 here.) And if your alma mater has any famous fake alumni, let us know.

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