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5 Questions: Patterned Behavior

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Between 1912 and 1948, art competitions were a part of the Olympics. Medals were awarded for architecture, music, painting, and sculpture.

Between 1912 and 1948, art competitions were a part of the Olympics. Medals were awarded for architecture, music, painting, and sculpture.

5 Questions: Stronger than Dirt

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1904 Olympic marathon champ Thomas Hicks used an odd sports drink: a mix of brandy and strychnine.

1904 Olympic marathon champ Thomas Hicks used an odd sports drink: a mix of brandy and strychnine.

The original name for the starship in <em>Star Trek</em> was "Yorktown," not "Enterprise".

The original name for the starship in Star Trek was "Yorktown," not "Enterprise".

5 Questions: Nautical Notables

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5 Questions: Halloween Characters

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The famous Aaron Burr “Got Milk?” ad from 1993 was directed by Michael Bay.

The famous Aaron Burr “Got Milk?” ad from 1993 was directed by Michael Bay.

In Paris, there are more dogs than there are children, and they seem to be treated with equal amounts of pampering. Collectively, Parisians spend nearly $500,000 every day on health and grooming for their pets.

In Paris, there are more dogs than there are children, and they seem to be treated with equal amounts of pampering. Collectively, Parisians spend nearly $500,000 every day on health and grooming for their pets.

Diamonds are actually unstable at surface temperature and pressure. Every diamond above ground is very, very slowly altering into graphite, another form of pure carbon.

Diamonds are actually unstable at surface temperature and pressure. Every diamond above ground is very, very slowly altering into graphite, another form of pure carbon.

The original version of Roger Corman’s <em>The Little Shop of Horrors</em> was reportedly the fastest film ever made. It was written in a single night, rehearsed in three days, and shot in two days and one night. Why the rush? Corman wanted to finish th

The original version of Roger Corman’s The Little Shop of Horrors was reportedly the fastest film ever made. It was written in a single night, rehearsed in three days, and shot in two days and one night. Why the rush? Corman wanted to finish the movie by New Year’s Day 1960, when a new industry practice would have forced him to pay the actors residual fees for any showing.

5 Questions: Cut to the Chase

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At the 2000 Samsung Open, a furious Goran Ivanišević smashed three rackets and was forced to withdraw. Why? Because he didn’t have a fourth on hand.

At the 2000 Samsung Open, a furious Goran Ivanišević smashed three rackets and was forced to withdraw. Why? Because he didn’t have a fourth on hand.

5 Questions: Cardinal Numbers

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Name That 007 Tune

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Sure, you know the films, but just how well do you remember the songs that underscored some of them? Set your sights on our first 007 quiz and see if you can recall the songs' names. Once you're done, make sure you head back to our Web site and let us know whether you killed the competition or not.

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