THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: Who's on "First"?

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Know Your Non-Profits

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After years of lavishly giving of your time and money to every charity, you've certainly become familiar with their missions and purposes. To raise awareness among those less philanthropic, though, choose the correct slogan for each non-profit organization, then secure donations from local misanthropes in support of each cause.

Istanbul, Turkey, is the only city in the world that lies in two continents.

Istanbul, Turkey, is the only city in the world that lies in two continents.

5 Questions: Mesdames, I'm "Adams"

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Aaahh!!! Real Monsters: The Quiz

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Continuing our look at classic Nickelodeon cartoons, here's a look at the creepy creatures of Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. How much do you remember about Oblina, Kickis, Krumm and the rest of the monsters in the academy in the dump?

The tip of a fencing weapon is the second fastest moving object in the Olympics. The fastest is a bullet.

The tip of a fencing weapon is the second fastest moving object in the Olympics. The fastest is a bullet.

5 Questions: The Goldbergs

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MLB's 250-Game Losers

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Nearly 50 Major League Baseball pitchers have won 250 or more career games, but only 10 have managed to lose that number. Given four minutes, how many career 250-game losers can you name? The last name will suffice. It's a tough quiz, so we'll call it a win if you score 4 or better. Deal? Now go for it!

An ostrich's eye is the same size as its brain.

An ostrich's eye is the same size as its brain.

5 Questions: Nelson

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U.S. Cities with Two-Word Names

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Naming our country's 25 most populous cities in a five-minute window is a challenge that changes when limits are placed. Today, you'll limit your list to U.S. cities that have two-word names. One that we left out was the hyphenated Winston-Salem, but you get the idea. A hint? Well, okay... brush up on your Spanish.

The clock begins when you key in your first entry. (And sorry, but Des Moines is NOT one of the answers.) A double-digit score is a WIN. Good luck!

As part of David Hasselhoff’s divorce settlement, he kept possession of the nickname “Hoff” and the catchphrase “Don’t Hassle the Hoff.”

As part of David Hasselhoff’s divorce settlement, he kept possession of the nickname “Hoff” and the catchphrase “Don’t Hassle the Hoff.”

5 Questions: "Oma" Gosh

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5 Questions: A <em>Victor</em>-ious Quiz

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In 10<sup>th</sup> century Burma, King Theinhko ate a farmer’s cucumbers without permission. The farmer killed the king and took the throne.

In 10th century Burma, King Theinhko ate a farmer’s cucumbers without permission. The farmer killed the king and took the throne.

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