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Brain Game: Disappearing Act

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: Happy Birthday "Sand"y!

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5 Questions: <em>Tie</em> One On

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Indiana Wants You

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Racing cars in the summer, playing basketball in the winter, and working hard in between; that's Indiana, known as the Crossroads of America. The state brought us James Dean, David Letterman, and Dan Quayle. (Two out of three ain't bad.) Given five minutes, can you name the ten most-populous cities in the state of Indiana? A score of six or better should be considered a "win." Good luck!

5 Questions: Lubricants

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5 Questions: The Walrus was Paul

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5 Questions: Animal House

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Though his face graces the 20 dollar bill, Andrew Jackson despised paper money and favored a monetary system centered on gold and silver.

Though his face graces the 20 dollar bill, Andrew Jackson despised paper money and favored a monetary system centered on gold and silver.

An MST3K Quiz

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It's the same old story—guy gets shot into space, is forced to watch bad movies and builds some robots to keep him company. Take the MST3K quiz and see how much you remember about Joel, Mike and the Bots. And if you don't like the questions, repeat to yourself, "It's just a quiz, I should really just relax..."

In 2000, a New Jersey man admitted he'd opened 2,417 accounts using 16 PO boxes to fleece Columbia House and BMG out of 26,554 CDs.

In 2000, a New Jersey man admitted he'd opened 2,417 accounts using 16 PO boxes to fleece Columbia House and BMG out of 26,554 CDs.

Name the 17 Presidents to Deliver Two Inaugural Addresses

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There have been 17 presidents who delivered two or more inaugural addresses. Can you name them all in three minutes?

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