THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: Key Grip

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Famous Middle Initials

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You know the famous people. But do you know what their famous middle initials stand for?

Ancient Greeks believed that wearing amethysts would help prevent a person from getting drunk.

Ancient Greeks believed that wearing amethysts would help prevent a person from getting drunk.

5 Questions: Go with the Flo

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The National Park Quiz

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How many of our National Parks are you familiar with? We'll give you the name of a park, and you tell us in what state that park is located. Good luck!

You can visit half of the world's 10 largest lakes by visiting a single country: Canada. The five lakes are Great Bear, Great Slave, Erie, Huron, and Superior.

You can visit half of the world's 10 largest lakes by visiting a single country: Canada. The five lakes are Great Bear, Great Slave, Erie, Huron, and Superior.

5 Questions: Earth Day

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Must See TV

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Even before there was Must See TV, there were great prime-time shows lined up on the major networks, back-to-back-to-back…

See how well you know your TV history by putting the shows in order from 8-11pm. The networks often juggle shows around mid-season, but these stayed put during the seasons indicated (more or less) - they’re amazing lineups that have been cemented in television history.

Although Charles Schulz loved drawing Charlie Brown and his pals, he hated the name <em>Peanuts</em>, which was chosen by United Features Syndicate despite his objections.

Although Charles Schulz loved drawing Charlie Brown and his pals, he hated the name Peanuts, which was chosen by United Features Syndicate despite his objections.

5 Questions: Turn the Page

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Animal Crackers in my Soup

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Who didn't love animal crackers when we were kids? And who doesn't still love animal crackers now? The benefit of animal crackers is that they aren't just delicious, but fun to play with. Can you name all 20 of the animals in the current box of Barnum's animal crackers in six minutes?

Russia's Sergei Avdeyev has traveled further than any other human in history, completing nearly 12,000 orbits of the Earth as a cosmonaut.

Russia's Sergei Avdeyev has traveled further than any other human in history, completing nearly 12,000 orbits of the Earth as a cosmonaut.

5 Questions: Fruity and Fuzzy

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Name the Weasleys in 2 Minutes

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The Weasleys are one of the central families in the Harry Potter series. Can you name the parents and their seven children in 2 minutes?

The first person to survive going over Niagara Falls in a barrel wasn't a young male daredevil, but rather a 63-year-old schoolteacher named Annie Edson Taylor.

The first person to survive going over Niagara Falls in a barrel wasn't a young male daredevil, but rather a 63-year-old schoolteacher named Annie Edson Taylor.

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