THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

A shampoo containing real beer was marketed in the 1970s under the brand name Body On Tap.

A shampoo containing real beer was marketed in the 1970s under the brand name Body On Tap.

<em>Twister</em> surged in popularity after Eva Gabor bent over and displayed her talents during a demonstration on <em>The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson</em>.

Twister surged in popularity after Eva Gabor bent over and displayed her talents during a demonstration on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.

Brain Game: Dinnertime

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: 'Way "Down"

Questions:5
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Pass rate:75 %
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5 Questions: Tattoo You

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5 Questions: Auto-matic

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The Schoolhouse Rock Anti-Trivia Quiz

Questions:12
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Yeah, yeah, we all remember the Verb superhero and Interplanet Janet. But with school starting up again, the important question is this: how much useful information did you gain from all those Saturday mornings spent absorbing the Schoolhouse Rock canon?

5 Questions: Love Me Tenderloin

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5 Questions: "Till" Next Time

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Albert Einstein never learned how to drive.

Albert Einstein never learned how to drive.

5 Questions: Surveyor's Measure

Questions:5
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Brain Game: Falling Leaves

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: "Pi", Pi Again

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For years, the pharmaceutical company Bayer held the trademark for the word “heroin” and sold the drug as a cough and headache remedy.

For years, the pharmaceutical company Bayer held the trademark for the word “heroin” and sold the drug as a cough and headache remedy.

Ayds, an appetite-suppressant candy in the 1970s, lost 50 percent of its sales when a similarly named virus hit the scene in the 80s. But how did the woefully-named product rebound? By changing their name to “Diet Ayds.”

Ayds, an appetite-suppressant candy in the 1970s, lost 50 percent of its sales when a similarly named virus hit the scene in the 80s. But how did the woefully-named product rebound? By changing their name to “Diet Ayds.”

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