THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: Your Trusty "Shield"

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5 Questions: HERE'S COOKIN' AT YOU

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When Disneyland opened on July 17, 1955, the 110°F temperatures melted the asphalt on Main Street and caused many high-heeled shoes to become stuck in the pavement.

When Disneyland opened on July 17, 1955, the 110°F temperatures melted the asphalt on Main Street and caused many high-heeled shoes to become stuck in the pavement.

According to MLB.com, major league umpires can earn as much as $300,000 per season.

According to MLB.com, major league umpires can earn as much as $300,000 per season.

5 Questions: WINNING WORDS

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R2D2 stands for "Reel Two, Dialogue Two" in film cutter's lingo.

R2D2 stands for "Reel Two, Dialogue Two" in film cutter's lingo.

Seashell fossils have been found high in the Himalayan mountains, suggesting that the land was once underwater.

Seashell fossils have been found high in the Himalayan mountains, suggesting that the land was once underwater.

Track List: Geography Edition

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A few months ago, I asked you to put my party playlists in chronological order. Now I'm putting a geographical spin on things. I'll give you a snippet of a few songs -- it's up to you to put them in order by their content. You'll need a world map and a boombox.

And remember, I'm putting them in order by the lyric, not the song title. So if a hypothetical snippet refers to France but comes from a song called something else, I'm asking about France.

5 Questions: Turkey

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5 Questions: IT'S ALL "GOOD"

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Didja "Ever -" ?

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In 2004, researchers at King's College in London spent weeks examining dozens of horror movies before determining that Stanley Kubrick's <em>The Shining </em>was "the perfect scary film."

In 2004, researchers at King's College in London spent weeks examining dozens of horror movies before determining that Stanley Kubrick's The Shining was "the perfect scary film."

5 Questions: "Cub"by Hole

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