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Academy Award-winning actor Kevin Spacey has an older brother, Randy, who makes a living as a Rod Stewart impersonator.

Academy Award-winning actor Kevin Spacey has an older brother, Randy, who makes a living as a Rod Stewart impersonator.

You can order a 6' aluminum Festivus pole for $39 from FestivusPoles.com. They promise a very high strength-to-weight ratio.

You can order a 6' aluminum Festivus pole for $39 from FestivusPoles.com. They promise a very high strength-to-weight ratio.

Name All The States With Coastal Borders

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Twenty-three states border either the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean or Gulf of Mexico. Can you name them in three minutes?

Brain Game: Math Square #206

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The Missing Links: A Drive-Down-the-Street Artist

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The Orange River in southern Africa isn't named for the fruit or the color; it's named for the Dutch royal family who sent explorers to "discover" the area.

The Orange River in southern Africa isn't named for the fruit or the color; it's named for the Dutch royal family who sent explorers to "discover" the area.

5 Questions: Where Are You?

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Presidential Nickname or Professional Wrestler?

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Some of our nicknames for presidents make our commanders-in-chief sound like they should be wearing tights and a cape while applying figure four leg locks to rival heads of state. Can you tell the difference between a presidential nickname and a professional wrestler? When you're done, let us know how you did, or share your favorite presidential nickname.

5 Questions: See You in the Funny Papers

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Gilbert L. Loomis of Westfield, Massachusetts, was the first American to purchase an auto insurance policy in 1897.

Gilbert L. Loomis of Westfield, Massachusetts, was the first American to purchase an auto insurance policy in 1897.

Brain Game: Round Numbers

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