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5 Questions: Summer Vacation Road Trip 3

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Pringles chips are named after a street in Finneytown, a tiny Cincinnati suburb.

Pringles chips are named after a street in Finneytown, a tiny Cincinnati suburb.

People didn't always say "hello" when they answered the phone. When the first regular phone service was established in 1878, people said "ahoy."

People didn't always say "hello" when they answered the phone. When the first regular phone service was established in 1878, people said "ahoy."

5 Questions: Meg Ryan

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Name the 20 Most Popular Dog Breeds in America

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Each year, the American Kennel Club announces the "most popular dogs in America" based on the club's registration statistics. Can you name the 20 most popular dogs in 2010, according to the AKC? You've got 3 minutes. Go!

The West Wing Quiz

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How well do you know your fictitious American history? Here are ten questions about the Bartlet Administration and Aaron Sorkin's West Wing universe.

5 Questions: You're So Mean

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5 Questions: I Sawyer Again Last Night

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The Earth's North and South Poles flip polarity on a semi-frequent basis, having done so more then 20 times in the past 5 million years. That means that with the next flip, all compasses will be pointing South rather then North.

The Earth's North and South Poles flip polarity on a semi-frequent basis, having done so more then 20 times in the past 5 million years. That means that with the next flip, all compasses will be pointing South rather then North.

Bram Stoker's "Dracula" or Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight"?

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Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula may be the seminal vampire book, but Stephenie Meyer's 2005 Twilight has become a phenomenon in its own right. Despite the popularity of both works, the writing quality is considered to be quite different.

So how well can you tell Stoker's classic prose from Meyer's young adult fiction?

5 Questions: Underage

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5 Questions: 09/23/08

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