THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

Thundercats...Who?

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This is the final quiz in the "Look what I found in my parents' basement!" series (past installments focused on WWF Superstars and baseball cards). My ThunderCats were a little too worn, so I turned to the fine folks at Thundercatslair.org to supply the action figure images. Can you supply their names?

5 Questions: WELL, SHOOT

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Kevin Costner's Baseball Career

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Kevin Costner has had a long, full movie career. However, most of it has been spent with him in a baseball uniform. How much do you know about the many baseball-related movies Costner has starred in?

Brain Game: Math Square #201

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: Is It Warm in Here?

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5 Questions: CHOCK FULL OF CHOCOLATE

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5 Questions: Albert

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5 Questions: LUCK O' THE IRISH

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5 Questions: Purple Primates

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5 Questions: ISLANDERS

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5 Questions: FAKE FAST FOOD

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5 Questions: YOU'RE SOAKING IN IT!

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5 Questions: I'm Cleaning My "-oven"

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Before writing <em>The Hobbit</em> and <em>The Lord of the Rings</em>, author J.R.R. Tolkien worked for the <em>Oxford English Dictionary</em> with a focus on the etymology of Germanic words beginning with "W."

Before writing The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, author J.R.R. Tolkien worked for the Oxford English Dictionary with a focus on the etymology of Germanic words beginning with "W."

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