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5 Questions: Walk Like an Egyptian

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Brain Game: The Human Sponge

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5 Questions: Jeopardy!

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After Doyle killed off the popular Sherlock Holmes in the mid 1890's, over 20,000 readers of <em>The Strand</em> (the magazine the stories were published in) cancelled their subscriptions. Later, a reluctant Doyle brought the character back to life for a

After Doyle killed off the popular Sherlock Holmes in the mid 1890's, over 20,000 readers of The Strand (the magazine the stories were published in) cancelled their subscriptions. Later, a reluctant Doyle brought the character back to life for a series of further adventures.

Morning Cup of Links: Colbert Makes Us Cry

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5 Questions: They Only <em>Sound</em> Dirty

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A micronation is an invented country not recognized by any other. One of the most interesting is the Principality of Sealand, located on an ocean platform off the coast of England. They've got their own currency, stamps, and passports. They have argued th

A micronation is an invented country not recognized by any other. One of the most interesting is the Principality of Sealand, located on an ocean platform off the coast of England. They've got their own currency, stamps, and passports. They have argued their right for sovereignty (and lost) several times in court.

5 Questions: Shirt Tales 4: "Cuff"

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5 Questions: Milking It

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5 Questions: It's a Good Thing

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When Canada's Northwest Territories considered renaming itself in the 1990s, one possibility was "Bob."

When Canada's Northwest Territories considered renaming itself in the 1990s, one possibility was "Bob."

5 Questions: Take Off, Eh?

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The state with the longest official name is also the smallest. The winner is the "State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations."

The state with the longest official name is also the smallest. The winner is the "State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations."

5 Questions: Phobias and Fears

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