THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

Name Every Three-Point Shootout Winner

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Yesterday Jonathan Lee quizzed you on the Slam Dunk Contest. He's back tonight to test your Three-Point Shootout memory. Since the first Shootout in 1986, 14 different players have claimed the title. How many can you name in 5 minutes?

5 Questions: Is It Warm in Here?

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Name Dr. Seuss' Best Sellers in 6 Minutes

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Dr. Seuss had an astounding 16 books in the Top 100 best-selling children's books as compiled by Publisher's Weekly. One was a repeat in board book form, so the 15 unique titles are in this quiz. How many can you name?

Morning Cup of Links: The North Pole Lake

Miss Cellania

5 Questions: Be My Pal

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In a <em>60 Minutes</em>/<em>Vanity Fair</em> poll conducted in February 2012, 2% of Americans thought Mitt Romney's first name was Mittens. Only 6% knew that it's Willard.

In a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll conducted in February 2012, 2% of Americans thought Mitt Romney's first name was Mittens. Only 6% knew that it's Willard.

Right? Face (Vol. 2)

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This is the second quiz in a series featuring some of the planet's most famous logos. We've flipped some of the logos so that they're facing the wrong way. All you have to do is identify whether or not the logo is correct when compared to the original. A score of 6 or better is a win. Good luck!

All original form logos are copyright their respective owners.

5 Questions: Boilermaker

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The Canary Islands are actually not named for canaries, but for dogs. This is because a large population of wild dogs were found on the island (and the Latin root for dog is <em>canaria</em>).

The Canary Islands are actually not named for canaries, but for dogs. This is because a large population of wild dogs were found on the island (and the Latin root for dog is canaria).

The Brady Bunch vs. The Partridge Family

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The Brady family had a cool house (with one bathroom?). The Partridges had the cool bus. Marcia went to the prom with Davy Jones; Laurie went to a dance with Snake (Rob Reiner). How much do you know about these two staples from ABC's Friday Night lineup?

Brain Game: Fun with Flags, Episode 13

Sandy Wood

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