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George S. Patton, the man who helped drive the Nazis out of North Africa and liberate Sicily during World War II, believed he’d fought in North Africa and Sicily centuries before. A staunch believer in reincarnation, Patton claimed to have fought during

George S. Patton, the man who helped drive the Nazis out of North Africa and liberate Sicily during World War II, believed he’d fought in North Africa and Sicily centuries before. A staunch believer in reincarnation, Patton claimed to have fought during the Punic Wars as both a Roman legionnaire and as the Carthaginian general Hannibal.

The State Flag Quiz

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We’ve already tested your knowledge of state quarters, license plates and state nicknames. Today let’s find out how well you know your state flags. Even if you don’t ace this one, you’ll be a better person for knowing some of these peculiar designs are flying over statehouses throughout the country.

Marie Curie's notebooks are still radioactive.

Marie Curie's notebooks are still radioactive.

Those Characters From Cleveland: Female Franchises

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In the '80s, many popular children's character franchises were part of Those Characters From Cleveland. This quiz focuses on their four most popular girl-oriented character brands from the late '70s through the early '90s: Strawberry Shortcake, Holly Hobbie, Peppermint Rose, and Lady Lovely Locks.

Comic book publishing giants Marvel and DC can both churn out whiz-bang serialized adventures, but they disagree on one very important aspect of a super hero’s origin. Marvel sets all its characters in real cities (New York, Los Angeles, etc.). DC Comic

Comic book publishing giants Marvel and DC can both churn out whiz-bang serialized adventures, but they disagree on one very important aspect of a super hero’s origin. Marvel sets all its characters in real cities (New York, Los Angeles, etc.). DC Comics, however, chooses to keep the fantasy alive with places like Batman’s Gotham City and Superman’s Metropolis.

Looking to expand his fan base, a young Elvis Presley landed a monthlong gig at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry. Unfortunately, the booking didn’t last. After just one performance (on October 2, 1954), the management threw Elvis out onto the s

Looking to expand his fan base, a young Elvis Presley landed a monthlong gig at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry. Unfortunately, the booking didn’t last. After just one performance (on October 2, 1954), the management threw Elvis out onto the street because he wasn’t singing country “correctly.”

The fortune cookie was invented in the early 20th century by Makato Hagiwara, who designed the Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. He intended the cookie to be a snack for people walking through the garden.

The fortune cookie was invented in the early 20th century by Makato Hagiwara, who designed the Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. He intended the cookie to be a snack for people walking through the garden.

5 Questions: May Flowers

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FORE! The Golf Quiz

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Long before Tiger Woods and Michelle Wie came on the scene, golf was already a very popular sport here in the U.S. and across the pond in the U.K. See how well you know the sport by taking a swing through our golf quiz now!

5 Questions: Yes, I Willard

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