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5 Questions: None of your Beeswax

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Take This Quiz... Before the Quiz Takes You!

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Have you ever noticed how even some genuinely scary horror movies have some ridiculously campy taglines? See if you can figure out which movie the featured tagline graced the poster of.

Who Said It: Cartman or Ted Nugent?

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Ted Nugent can sound a lot like Eric Cartman, South Park's most notorious resident. Can you tell the verbatim Cartman dialogue from the Nuge's lyrics, writings, and public pronouncements?

May Days

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Welcome to May, a month with many important holidays. From Mother's Day to the unofficial start of summer, there are plenty of days you don't want to forget. In this quiz, we'll give you the holiday, you tell us the date (don't worry, we've got a blank calendar to help you out).

5 Questions: Come Together

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Name Dr. Seuss' Best Sellers in 6 Minutes

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Dr. Seuss had an astounding 16 books in the Top 100 best-selling children's books as compiled by Publisher's Weekly. One was a repeat in board book form, so the 15 unique titles are in this quiz. How many can you name?

5 Questions: Blue Boxing

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Morning Cup of Links: So You Want to be a Farmer…

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Which news icons guest-starred on Sesame Street?

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Since its first episode in 1969, Sesame Street has welcomed hundreds of guest stars, including several news anchors and talk show hosts. Which of the following media titans have paid a visit?

5 Questions: Waist-ing Time

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In a <em>60 Minutes</em>/<em>Vanity Fair</em> poll conducted in February 2012, 2% of Americans thought Mitt Romney's first name was Mittens. Only 6% knew that it's Willard.

In a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll conducted in February 2012, 2% of Americans thought Mitt Romney's first name was Mittens. Only 6% knew that it's Willard.

Morning Cup of Links: Ellen's Record-setting Tweet

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5 Questions: Al's Fair

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5 Questions: Let's Be Frank

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