THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: A Rebecca Mecca

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Salvador Dali had an older brother who was also named Salvador. He died at a young age before his younger sibling was born.

Salvador Dali had an older brother who was also named Salvador. He died at a young age before his younger sibling was born.

When Athletes Act

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Athletes may often be charismatic in interviews and flashy on the field, but when it comes to acting, many are...sub-par. See how much you know about the sometimes-successful acting careers of famous athletes.

5 Questions: "Checker"ed Past

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The Ford Falcon was discontinued in the U.S. in 1971 but was redesigned and produced throughout Argentina in 1991. It was known there as the official vehicle of the military junta.

The Ford Falcon was discontinued in the U.S. in 1971 but was redesigned and produced throughout Argentina in 1991. It was known there as the official vehicle of the military junta.

The Apple of my i

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Please note that the photos I've selected don't always represent the products in question! That said, let's see how well you know your Apple history and products.

Morning Cup of Links: Baby It’s Cold Outside

Miss Cellania

5 Questions: Nevada Cities

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History's shortest war lasted 38 minutes. It was fought between Great Britain and Zanzibar.

History's shortest war lasted 38 minutes. It was fought between Great Britain and Zanzibar.

One GIANT Quiz

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Here's a fun hodgepodge of "giant" related trivia. See how well you make out!

5 Questions: Nautical Notables

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The delegates who attended the Constitutional Convention spent much of their time getting drunk. One surviving document is a bill for a party on September 15<sup>th</sup>, 1787, two days before the signing of the Constitution. Items on the bill were: 54 b

The delegates who attended the Constitutional Convention spent much of their time getting drunk. One surviving document is a bill for a party on September 15th, 1787, two days before the signing of the Constitution. Items on the bill were: 54 bottles of Madeira, 60 bottles of Claret, 8 bottles of whiskey, 8 bottles of cider, 12 bottles of beer, and 7 bowls of alcoholic punch. All of this for only 55 people.

Almost Quotable

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You'll recognize the quotes in this quiz, but do you know the context? Let's find out how well you know the less-famous lines that surrounded memorable presidential phrases.

Brain Game: Math Square #218

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: "-x" Marks the Spot

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