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5 Questions: OUR DAILY BREAD

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The 1983 film <em>The Right Stuff</em> featured an interesting stepping-stone of cast and character last names: Ed Harris played John Glenn, Scott Glenn played Alan Shepard, and Sam Shepard played Chuck Yeager.

The 1983 film The Right Stuff featured an interesting stepping-stone of cast and character last names: Ed Harris played John Glenn, Scott Glenn played Alan Shepard, and Sam Shepard played Chuck Yeager.

5 Questions: Totally Tubular

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5 Questions: ANCHORS AWEIGH

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U.S. paper money is currently produced at two facilities, one in Washington D.C. and another in Fort Worth, Texas.

U.S. paper money is currently produced at two facilities, one in Washington D.C. and another in Fort Worth, Texas.

5 Questions: POOL YOUR RESOURCES

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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?

5 Questions: JUST US AUGUSTUSES (or Augusti, if you prefer)

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Ty Cobb was baseball's first millionaire.

Ty Cobb was baseball's first millionaire.

5 Questions: ONE ELVIS, TWO ELVII

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5 Questions: Grease is the Word

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5 Questions: Gone Fishing

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5 Questions: CIAO, ITALIA

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Hall of Fame football coach Woody Hayes used to do chores as a youngster for another Hall of Famer, Cy Young, in Newcomerstown, OH. Woody got a nickel every time he mowed the town's baseball field.

Hall of Fame football coach Woody Hayes used to do chores as a youngster for another Hall of Famer, Cy Young, in Newcomerstown, OH. Woody got a nickel every time he mowed the town's baseball field.

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