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5 Questions: COSMOPOLITAN CANINES

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The Top 20 Baby Girl Names of 2010

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Each year the Social Security Administration releases the list of the previous year's most popular baby names. How many of the top 20 baby girl names of 2010 can you guess in 5 minutes? Good luck!

5 Questions: So Easy, a Caveman Could Do It

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Brain Game: Row Three

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5 Questions: ANOTHER THURSDAY

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5 Questions: Merry Christmas "Eve"

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Chinese Checkers is not Chinese. It was created in America to circumvent the patent for a popular boardgame called Halma, invented by a Boston surgeon named George Howard Monks.

Chinese Checkers is not Chinese. It was created in America to circumvent the patent for a popular boardgame called Halma, invented by a Boston surgeon named George Howard Monks.

5 Questions: ON, COMET!

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5 Questions: "Lock" It Up

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5 Questions: CHUCK ROAST

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Even F***ing Better

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The first version of this quiz was popular, so I'm giving it a second go-round. Of the two works given, just choose the one that had the most f-bombs.

And don't worry, this quiz is safe for work.

Morning Cup of Links: The Best of The Twilight Zone

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Bluetooth, the wireless communication standard, was named after Harald Bluetooth, a tenth century king who encouraged communication and unity among warring Norse and Danish tribes.

Bluetooth, the wireless communication standard, was named after Harald Bluetooth, a tenth century king who encouraged communication and unity among warring Norse and Danish tribes.

5 Questions: WOOD WORK

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5 Questions: How Very Noble

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