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In 1998, a Georgia student was suspended for wearing a Pepsi shirt to "Coke in Education Day."

In 1998, a Georgia student was suspended for wearing a Pepsi shirt to "Coke in Education Day."

Name the 9 Clue Rooms in 2 Minutes

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You've already proved that you know the Clue characters as surely as if Mrs. White was your kindly old granny and Colonel Mustard was your eccentric uncle. But are you as sharp on the rooms Mr. Boddy may have been killed in? As with the characters quiz, we're talking originals – no rooms from the revamped versions have been included. Good luck!

5 Questions: Nationalities

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The Channel Islands —Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, and Sark— were the only parts of Britain that was occupied by the Germans during World War II.

The Channel Islands —Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, and Sark— were the only parts of Britain that was occupied by the Germans during World War II.

5 Questions: Mr. Jones

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Sleeping through the winter is called "hibernation," while sleeping through hot and dry periods like summer is called "estivation."

Sleeping through the winter is called "hibernation," while sleeping through hot and dry periods like summer is called "estivation."

5 Questions: Adam and the Ants

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5 Questions: In the Air Tonight

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A Quiz About Shel Silverstein

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Let's test your knowledge of the popular poet/cartoonist/songwriter/screenwriter/author.

5 Questions: Bobbing for Trivia

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5 Questions: Blow 'Em or Pop 'Em

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Name All 50 State Capitals

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How well do you know your state capitals? You've got ten minutes to name all 50. Spelling counts, so here's a hint: Montpelier.

There are people who can actually see, smell and physically taste music. This is an example of a phenomenon known as synesthesia. Synesthetes report seeing symphonies in spectacular colors, smelling Beethoven, and tasting Chopin.

There are people who can actually see, smell and physically taste music. This is an example of a phenomenon known as synesthesia. Synesthetes report seeing symphonies in spectacular colors, smelling Beethoven, and tasting Chopin.

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