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History buffs can visit General Stonewall Jackson's resting place in two different locations. Most of his body is buried under a monument in a cemetery in Lexington, Virginia. His left arm, however, is buried at the site of the battle of Chancellorsville

History buffs can visit General Stonewall Jackson's resting place in two different locations. Most of his body is buried under a monument in a cemetery in Lexington, Virginia. His left arm, however, is buried at the site of the battle of Chancellorsville in Fredericksburg, Virginia. It was amputated on the battlfield after Jackson was accidentally shot by his own men.

Lit Slits, Volume IV: Presidential Memoirs

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It's time for another edition of Lit Slits, where we test your knowledge of books people like to tell everyone they've read. This edition quizzes you on presidential memoirs. These huge tomes are a modern hallmark of American politics—but how well do you know them?

Given a vertical stripe of text taken from a memoir, it's your job to ID the ex-Commander-in-Chief who wrote it.

5 Questions: Woodward Dream Cruise II: Chevrolet

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Only one building has hosted the Major League Baseball World Series, the NFL Super Bowl, and the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Final Four Tournament: the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis. Between October 19<sup>th</sup>, 1991, and April 6<su

Only one building has hosted the Major League Baseball World Series, the NFL Super Bowl, and the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Final Four Tournament: the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis. Between October 19th, 1991, and April 6th, 1992, all three events were held there.

The Weird City Name Quiz

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Here's a quiz for anyone who has ever traveled the country, seen a sign, and asked, "Is that really the town's name?" After you're done, head over to the mental_floss blog and let us know if there are any oddly named places in your part of the world.

5 Questions: Tin Ear

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The "S" in Harry S. Truman didn't stand for anything; Truman had a middle initial but no middle name.

The "S" in Harry S. Truman didn't stand for anything; Truman had a middle initial but no middle name.

Kevin Costner's Baseball Career

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Kevin Costner has had a long, full movie career. However, most of it has been spent with him in a baseball uniform. How much do you know about the many baseball-related movies Costner has starred in?

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

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Your foot is the same size as the distance between your wrist and elbow.

Your foot is the same size as the distance between your wrist and elbow.

A Beginner's Rugby Quiz

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As we wrap up our series of rugby stories (sponsored by Invictus—now available on DVD and Blu-ray), here's a quiz on the basics.

5 Questions: "Cliff" Hangers

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Roy Roger's <em>Trigger</em> was Maid Marion's horse in the Errol Flynn version of <em>Robin Hood</em>.

Roy Roger's Trigger was Maid Marion's horse in the Errol Flynn version of Robin Hood.

Actual Bacon Product or Totally Made Up?

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Okay, so we've all seen the bacon wallet and the bacon bra by now. And sure, you know about the bacon lip balm and the bacon soap, but what about these nine products? Are they real or did we make them up?

5 Questions: Walking Dead

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