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5 Questions: Hey Arnold!

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5 Questions: BETWEEN THE BREAD

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Name the Countries With Over 100 Summer Olympic Medals

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On the eve of the London Games, we're putting your Olympics knowledge to the test. To date, 132 countries have won medals at the Summer games, but only 30 have crossed the 100-medal threshold. How many of those 30 can you name?

And yes, this list includes a few countries that don't exist anymore and some that have split up or reunited. We're including any recognized body that won 100 medals or more. Oh, and we also included the bloc of former Soviet countries that competed as "Unified Team."

A researcher at California State University calculated that non-fiction writers live an average of 68 years, several years longer than their cohorts who write poems, plays, and fiction works.

A researcher at California State University calculated that non-fiction writers live an average of 68 years, several years longer than their cohorts who write poems, plays, and fiction works.

5 Questions: League of Nations

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5 Questions: BELL RINGERS

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The first artist signed to the Beatles' Apple Records label was singer-songwriter James Taylor.

The first artist signed to the Beatles' Apple Records label was singer-songwriter James Taylor.

Remember That Drink?

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Hillary Buckholtz runs the fantastic pop culture blog I'm Remembering. From beverages to cereals to game shows, she'll be testing your memories all week. Make her feel welcome! Oh, and see how well you recall these famous (and infamous) drinks.

5 Questions: CHAIN OF FOOLS

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5 Questions: C'Mon, Get Happy

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When MTV debuted on August 1<sup>st</sup>, 1981, the first music video ever played was “Video Killed the Radio Star” by the Buggles.

When MTV debuted on August 1st, 1981, the first music video ever played was “Video Killed the Radio Star” by the Buggles.

5 Questions: TUBE COPS

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An estimated 15% to 20% of people who receive gift cards never redeem them.

An estimated 15% to 20% of people who receive gift cards never redeem them.

5 Questions: You "-ost" To Know

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5 Questions: Setting It Straight

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