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In 1992, Nickelodeon buried a time capsule that included a Game Boy, Reebok Pump sneakers, and Gak. Joey Lawrence added a hat that said "Whoa!" on it.

In 1992, Nickelodeon buried a time capsule that included a Game Boy, Reebok Pump sneakers, and Gak. Joey Lawrence added a hat that said "Whoa!" on it.

Between 1912 and 1948, art competitions were a part of the Olympics. Medals were awarded for architecture, music, painting, and sculpture.

Between 1912 and 1948, art competitions were a part of the Olympics. Medals were awarded for architecture, music, painting, and sculpture.

Oz, Oz, Ozzy or Ozzie?

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We've compiled quotes from four different sources: a gritty HBO prison drama, a fiery and profane major league baseball manager, a rock star known for his outrageous anticcs and a classic fantasy musical. It's up to you to identify which Oz, Ozzy or Ozzie the quote came from.

1904 Olympic marathon champ Thomas Hicks used an odd sports drink: a mix of brandy and strychnine.

1904 Olympic marathon champ Thomas Hicks used an odd sports drink: a mix of brandy and strychnine.

5 Questions: "Pi" Chart

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5 Questions: Dust to Dust

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The Archaic Unit of Measurement Quiz

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We take it for granted that the weights and measures we use now will be around forever, but they might not be. Here’s a quiz testing your knowledge of archaic, obscure, and obsolete units of measure. Once you’re done, reward yourself with a butylka of beer! (Don’t worry…that’s only 624 ml in obsolete Russian terms.)

5 Questions: No Malice at the Palace

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What's That Bass Line?

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All of the below tunes are pretty well known. But how well known once you strip them down to just their bass lines? We tried to give you songs with unique bass lines, at least, not the usual root, fifth, root, fifth, which is 99% of all popular music.

5 Questions: Easy as "Pi" III

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5 Questions: "Don" Look Now

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The <em>The</em> Quiz: Band Names

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Are you putting an unnecessary "The" in your favorite band's name? This quiz will try to set "the" record straight. What bands have "The" in their names? Choose the correct answers below.

Brain Game: Really, Really Bad Rebus #34

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William Faulkner once refused a dinner invitation from President Kennedy's White House. "Why that’s a hundred miles away," Faulkner explained. "That’s a long way to go just to eat."

William Faulkner once refused a dinner invitation from President Kennedy's White House. "Why that’s a hundred miles away," Faulkner explained. "That’s a long way to go just to eat."

The musical <em>Cats</em> was based on a book of poems by T.S. Eliot titled <em>Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats</em>.

The musical Cats was based on a book of poems by T.S. Eliot titled Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats.

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