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Name the ACC in 1 Minute

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Note: If Maine and Maine State were both ACC schools, we'd accept 'University of Maine,' but not just 'Maine.' Hint: They're not.

5 Questions: Perry Mason

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The male cicada is the loudest insect in the world. Their sound can reach 120 decibels. By comparison, a jackhammer breaking concrete is 100-120 decibels.

The male cicada is the loudest insect in the world. Their sound can reach 120 decibels. By comparison, a jackhammer breaking concrete is 100-120 decibels.

Name All The States With Coastal Borders

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Twenty-three states border either the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean or Gulf of Mexico. Can you name them in three minutes?

5 Questions: Where Are You?

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5 Questions: Sunset Strip

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Name Every Slam-Dunk Contest Winner

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Since its inception in 1984, there have been 19 different Slam-Dunk Contest champions (some players have won multiple titles). How many of those 19 winners can you name in 5 minutes?

Nancy Drew or The Hardy Boys?

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The Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys mysteries began publication within 3 years of each other (1930 and 1927, respectively), and both series have retained their popularity for all these years. But, as with so many formulaic series, it can be hard to tell one mystery from the next. In this quiz, we'll give you the title of a mystery novel, and you'll tell us whether it was a Nancy Drew escapade or a Hardy Boys adventure.

Who Said It: James Franco or Ben Franklin?

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James Franco of Spider-Man and General Hospital fame has an unusual way with words. Sure, he can come off as pretentious, but he also has his moments of wisdom. In fact, he's not unlike Ben Franklin, the founding father also known for his quips. Can you tell whether the quotes in this quiz came from the inventor of the bifocals or the future Oscar host?

5 Questions: We Don't Need No Thinking <em>Badges</em>

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Anchorman, Zoolander, or Blades of Glory?

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Today's movie quiz features some of the more quotable films of the last decade. Can you tell which movie contains each quote?

The MLB Journeyman Quiz

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In honor of Arthur Rhodes -- making his first World Series appearance with the St. Louis Cardinals after playing for eight other teams over 20 seasons -- we bring you a quiz about those baseball players who can't seem to stick in one place for very long. Get all the journeyman questions right and we'll see about not cutting or trading you in the offseason.

Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon with his left foot first.

Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon with his left foot first.

Walter Koenig had to wear a shaggy toupee in his first season as Chekhov in <em>Star Trek</em> until his real hair grew out. Reportedly, his mop-topped character was modeled after The Monkees singer Davy Jones in an attempt to lure teenage viewers.

Walter Koenig had to wear a shaggy toupee in his first season as Chekhov in Star Trek until his real hair grew out. Reportedly, his mop-topped character was modeled after The Monkees singer Davy Jones in an attempt to lure teenage viewers.

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