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In 1980, Detroit presented Saddam Hussein with a key to the city.

In 1980, Detroit presented Saddam Hussein with a key to the city.

5 Questions: Whoops!

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The Procrastinators' Club of America newsletter is called “Last Month’s Newsletter.”

The Procrastinators' Club of America newsletter is called “Last Month’s Newsletter.”

The Celebrity Endorsement Quiz

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Each of these celebs has signed multiple contracts with companies to lend their face or voice to a product. Of the three choices (or for endorsement champ Michael Jordan, six choices), can you pick out the product the celebrity hasn't shilled for? Get ten out of ten, and maybe we'll consider putting you in our next commercial.

5 Questions: Frank Zamboni

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5 Questions: What a Goober!

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5 Questions: Good Night, Nurse!

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George de Mestral, the inventor of Velcro, also received a patent for a toy plane at age 12.

George de Mestral, the inventor of Velcro, also received a patent for a toy plane at age 12.

Celebrity Look-alikes Volume II

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We're back with even more celebrities (and celeb look-alikes!) See if you can pick the imposters out of the crowd by taking our 2nd Celebrity Look-alike quiz.

The Baby-sitters Club Quiz

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In honor of Scholastic’s great idea to reissue The Baby-sitters Club series, let’s brush up on some Stoneybrook trivia so we're all prepared when we camp outside bookstores. When you're done, check out Stacy Conradt's Quick 10 on the books, and let us know what you think the girls are up to today.

Dr. John Dee, a 16<sup>th</sup> century predecessor to James Bond, supposedly used the code 007 to send messages to Queen Elizabeth. The two zeros meant “for your eyes only.”

Dr. John Dee, a 16th century predecessor to James Bond, supposedly used the code 007 to send messages to Queen Elizabeth. The two zeros meant “for your eyes only.”

WWF Superstars Quiz 2

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Last week's WWF Superstars Quiz inspired my dad to dig out my own action figure collection. He was hoping to get them out of his house. Instead, I came by with a camera and created this completely unnecessary sequel.

The plastic pink flamingo is the official city bird of Madison, WI.

The plastic pink flamingo is the official city bird of Madison, WI.

Skin contains pain and temperature receptors, which are only sensitive to extreme hot or cold. The brain experiences both these sensations in the same way. Therefore, very cold and hot temperatures cause the same kind of pain, and the brain has trouble di

Skin contains pain and temperature receptors, which are only sensitive to extreme hot or cold. The brain experiences both these sensations in the same way. Therefore, very cold and hot temperatures cause the same kind of pain, and the brain has trouble distinguishing between the two.

According to some estimates, Americans are sitting on $30 billion worth of unredeemed gift cards.

According to some estimates, Americans are sitting on $30 billion worth of unredeemed gift cards.

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