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5 Questions: Rebel Yale

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Super Bowl Host Cities (Other Than Miami)

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Over the past 46 years, the Florida cities of Miami and Miami Gardens have hosted the Super Bowl 10 times. Not including Miami, a total of 16 other U.S. cities have also been home to Super Bowl games (including the one that's set to host Super Bowl XLVI this Sunday).

Given five minutes, can you name all 16 of these cities? HINT: Don't forget that some of the stadiums where the games were held are located in suburban cities. Good luck!

Because he had bad eyesight, Harry Truman memorized the letters on the eye chart to get into the Army.

Because he had bad eyesight, Harry Truman memorized the letters on the eye chart to get into the Army.

Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, once sworn political enemies (though after retirement they became quite friendly), both died on July 4<sup>th</sup>, 1826 (America's 50th anniversary).

Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, once sworn political enemies (though after retirement they became quite friendly), both died on July 4th, 1826 (America's 50th anniversary).

The first European settlement in America wasn't St. Augustine, or Jamestown, but San Miguel de Guadalupe, located on the coast near what is today the Georgia-South Carolina border. Built in 1526, it failed after only six months.

The first European settlement in America wasn't St. Augustine, or Jamestown, but San Miguel de Guadalupe, located on the coast near what is today the Georgia-South Carolina border. Built in 1526, it failed after only six months.

Toy companies failed to duplicate the success of Roosevelt's teddy bear with William Taft's "Billy Possum."

Toy companies failed to duplicate the success of Roosevelt's teddy bear with William Taft's "Billy Possum."

The "K" in Kmart stands for Kresge, as in the chain's founder, Sebastian S. Kresge.

The "K" in Kmart stands for Kresge, as in the chain's founder, Sebastian S. Kresge.

5 Questions: Upside Down

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In 1897, Indiana tried to pass a bill stating that pi is equal to 3.2, as opposed to its truly infinite value, but it never became law due to intervention by a Purdue University professor

In 1897, Indiana tried to pass a bill stating that pi is equal to 3.2, as opposed to its truly infinite value, but it never became law due to intervention by a Purdue University professor

At more than 3.3 million square miles, the Sahara Desert is as large as the world's next 20 largest hot deserts combined.

At more than 3.3 million square miles, the Sahara Desert is as large as the world's next 20 largest hot deserts combined.

Name All the Vice Presidents in 10 Minutes

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Being Vice President puts you in a special category of people listed in the backs of American history books. How many of the 47 people to hold the office of Vice President can you name in ten minutes? [Hints: Last names only. There were three VPs named Johnson. You can start by typing "Johnson" three times and knock Lyndon, Andrew and Richard Mentor off the list.]

5 Questions: "Def" Con

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5 Questions: One Hundred Hairs Make a Man

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5 Questions: The Help

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Delaware has the fewest counties (three) of any state in the United States: Newcastle, Kent, and Sussex.

Delaware has the fewest counties (three) of any state in the United States: Newcastle, Kent, and Sussex.

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