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5 Questions: Just Plain Jane

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Technically speaking, Alaska is the northernmost, westernmost, and easternmost state of the United States. Parts of the Aleutian Islands cross over the 180<sup>th</sup> meridian.

Technically speaking, Alaska is the northernmost, westernmost, and easternmost state of the United States. Parts of the Aleutian Islands cross over the 180th meridian.

5 Questions: I Know You Are, but What Am I?

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In 1950, Zenith created the first TV remote control, called "Lazy Bones."

In 1950, Zenith created the first TV remote control, called "Lazy Bones."

5 Questions: Lettuce Answer Questions!

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"Play it again, Sam" is probably the best known quote from the film <em>Casablanca</em> (1942) starring Humphrey Bogart. The problem is that it's a misquote. The actual line is: "Play it once, Sam, for old times' sake," delivered by Ingrid Bergman

"Play it again, Sam" is probably the best known quote from the film Casablanca (1942) starring Humphrey Bogart. The problem is that it's a misquote. The actual line is: "Play it once, Sam, for old times' sake," delivered by Ingrid Bergman

5 Questions: Tears Are Falling

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The black pirate flag known as the "Jolly Roger" was originally a bright red French "surrender-or-die" banner known as the "Jolie Rouge."

The black pirate flag known as the "Jolly Roger" was originally a bright red French "surrender-or-die" banner known as the "Jolie Rouge."

Whale of a Quiz

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How much do you know about nature's largest mammal? Answer these questions about whales' place in pop culture and find out.

Brain Game: Going Commando

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5 Questions: Don't Run

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A sculpture of Darth Vader's head appears on the outside of the Washington National Cathedral as a grotesque (similar to a gargoyle).

A sculpture of Darth Vader's head appears on the outside of the Washington National Cathedral as a grotesque (similar to a gargoyle).

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