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Morning Cup of Links: How Frozen Killed Prince Charming

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A 17<sup>th</sup> century children’s game called “dibstones” was similar to what we call “jacks” today, only back then sheep’s knuckles were used instead of little metal gizmos.

A 17th century children’s game called “dibstones” was similar to what we call “jacks” today, only back then sheep’s knuckles were used instead of little metal gizmos.

5 Questions: "Don" Go Away, I'm No Good for You

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The creator of the iPod first shopped his idea (without success) to Philips and RealNetworks before Apple agreed to market the device.

The creator of the iPod first shopped his idea (without success) to Philips and RealNetworks before Apple agreed to market the device.

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5 Questions: Happy "Vern"al Equinox!

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Omar Knedlik of Coffeyville, Kansas, invented the Icee (also called a Slurpee, Slush, or Mr. Misty) in the late 1950s. The first flavor he offered was root beer.

Omar Knedlik of Coffeyville, Kansas, invented the Icee (also called a Slurpee, Slush, or Mr. Misty) in the late 1950s. The first flavor he offered was root beer.

5 Questions: 77 Sunset Quiz

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Prior to 1938, engagement rings were often comprised of a combination of the bride and her mother’s birthstones, which meant that sapphires, rubies, and emeralds were the order of the day.

Prior to 1938, engagement rings were often comprised of a combination of the bride and her mother’s birthstones, which meant that sapphires, rubies, and emeralds were the order of the day.

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Morning Cup of Links: Moving with Cats

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