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5 Questions: At What Cost?

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5 Questions: A Bridge Too Far

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After having an argument with his son about Crazy 8's, Merle Robbins, a barbershop owner and card lover, invented UNO in 1971 in Reading, Ohio. He introduced the game to his family, and after they started playing the game more and more, he decided to have

After having an argument with his son about Crazy 8's, Merle Robbins, a barbershop owner and card lover, invented UNO in 1971 in Reading, Ohio. He introduced the game to his family, and after they started playing the game more and more, he decided to have the game printed.

5 Questions: Taxi Quiz

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The first fax machine was invented over 25 years before the telephone.

The first fax machine was invented over 25 years before the telephone.

5 Questions: Egg Foo Young

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5 Questions: We're Number One!

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Brain Game: Armbands

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Celebrity Baby Name or Computer Virus?

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Can you figure out which is which?

5 Questions: <em>The Day of the Quiz</em>

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Gatorade's inventor later created an alcoholic variation, Hop ’n Gator&mdash; essentially, lemon lime Gatorade mixed with beer.

Gatorade's inventor later created an alcoholic variation, Hop ’n Gator— essentially, lemon lime Gatorade mixed with beer.

5 Questions: No Escaping the "Yard"

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The Portmanteau Quiz

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You know the words, but do you know what words they're blending together? Let's find out.

Will Smith's hit song "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It" was actually co-written by hip hop artist Nas.

Will Smith's hit song "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It" was actually co-written by hip hop artist Nas.

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