THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: "Ham" for the Holidays

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Dividing the NFL

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The National Football League is made up of two conferences, the AFC and NFC. Within each conference are four divisions - North, South, East and West. Of course, not all the teams fit so neatly into the framework provided by four very basic directional points. Are the Philadelphia Eagles in the east or north? And are they an NFC team or an AFC one? In this quiz, you'll identify the correct divisions of 15 different NFL teams. In case it helps, each division is represented at least once in the quiz. Good luck!

5 Questions: Lighting Stogies

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Ferris Bueller, Goonies or Stand By Me?

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This is the first in a series of movie quote quizzes. I've plucked lines from three movies: The Goonies (1985), Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) and Stand By Me (1986). Your job is to decide which film the quote is from. If you've got a suggestion for another group of movies for a future quiz, leave us a comment!

5 Questions: Easter Eggs

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The Judy Blume Quiz

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For many girls around the world, Judy Blume books served as an introduction to the wonders of womanhood, though many of us did not fully understand the meaning of what we read until years later ("Special spot?" Can you be more specific?)

Let's find out how much you remember about the JB books you might have stolen from your older sister.

5 Questions: Happy Birthday Les Paul

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Curiouser and Curiouser: An Alice in Wonderland Quiz

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This month, SyFy gave us a reimagining of Lewis Carroll's classic work "Alice in Wonderland" just as Tim Burton works on his 3D adaptation of it. The original book is a rich text full of riddles, poems, jokes, puns and general nonsense. How much do you know about the book and its various iterations?

5 Questions: Monopoly (Part 1)

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Who Said It: Martha Stewart or Jon Stewart?

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Two television show hosts with the same surname, and surprisingly similar dispositions, especially when Jon is mocking Martha. Can you figure out which quote belongs to which Stewart?

5 Questions: 4H Club

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Brain Game: Falling Leaves

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Frasier Before Frasier

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Frasier debuted 20 years ago today, on September 16, 1993. But today's quiz focuses on Dr. Crane's life in Boston, before he headed west to conquer the radio psychology universe. How well do you remember Frasier before Frasier?

5 Questions: City So Nice They Named It Twice

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Manet or Monet?

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Sure, you know your Water Lilies and Haystacks from your Lunch on the Grass. But what about some more obscure works from both artists? See how well you can tell Manet from Monet with these 10 paintings. Only one letter difference, but sometimes a big difference in style.

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