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Will Smith actually did solve a Rubik's Cube in one minute in the 2006 film <em>The Pursuit of Happyness</em> thanks to instruction from the Mao Brothers, co-founders of the World Cube Association. The brothers both held world records of solving; Toby Mao

Will Smith actually did solve a Rubik's Cube in one minute in the 2006 film The Pursuit of Happyness thanks to instruction from the Mao Brothers, co-founders of the World Cube Association. The brothers both held world records of solving; Toby Mao with a 3x3x3 single solve in 10.48 seconds and Tyson Mao with a total cube solve of 1 minute, 5 seconds.

5 Questions: Summer "Stock"

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One GIANT Quiz

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Here's a fun hodgepodge of "giant" related trivia. See how well you make out!

The depressed area of skin under your nose and above your upper lip is called your philtrum.

The depressed area of skin under your nose and above your upper lip is called your philtrum.

Morning Cup of Links: How the Ukulele Became Hawaiian

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5 Questions: "Jug"-a-Lug

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Morning Cup of Links: Cute Internet Mascots

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Almost Quotable

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You'll recognize the quotes in this quiz, but do you know the context? Let's find out how well you know the less-famous lines that surrounded memorable presidential phrases.

Fish can taste with their fins and tail as well as their mouth.

Fish can taste with their fins and tail as well as their mouth.

5 Questions: Gone Camping

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Presidential Middle Names

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Besides Harry Truman and his standalone "S" middle initial, 25 other U.S. presidents have had middle names. How many of these can you name in ten minutes? And sorry, but spelling DOES count here. Good luck!

IMPORTANT NOTE: In any case where a person changed his name before becoming president, the newer name is the one used in this puzzle. You can see the full names here.

The term "skid road" (or "skid row") originated in Seattle. The actual road, Yesler Way, was used during the late 1800s to haul (skid) logs to the Yesler saw mill at the bottom of the hill. It became a rather seedy district eventually and became known as

The term "skid road" (or "skid row") originated in Seattle. The actual road, Yesler Way, was used during the late 1800s to haul (skid) logs to the Yesler saw mill at the bottom of the hill. It became a rather seedy district eventually and became known as "Skid Road," and the name caught on.

Brain Game: Whatever

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5 Questions: In the "Yard"

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Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice! (The Quiz)

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Our next installment in Movie Quiz Week comes from Stacy Conradt. Do you know your Beetlejuice?

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