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5 Questions: Chili Con Quizze

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5 Questions: Bad to the Bone

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5 Questions: TV Last Names

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The phrase "under god" has not always been in the Pledge of Allegiance. It was added during the Eisenhower administration to distinguish the United States from the "godless" Communists in the USSR.

The phrase "under god" has not always been in the Pledge of Allegiance. It was added during the Eisenhower administration to distinguish the United States from the "godless" Communists in the USSR.

Brain Game: The Human Sponge

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5 Questions: Liverpool (Beyond the Beatles)

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Morning Cup of Links: Colbert Makes Us Cry

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5 Questions: The (Hard?) Rock Quiz

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5 Questions: In the Beginning...

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5 Questions: Shirt Tales 4: "Cuff"

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5 Questions: New, But How New?

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"General" Custer wasn't a general at the time of his death at Little Big Horn. He was promoted to Brevet General during the Civil War, which was basically a temporary promotion. After the war, he was reverted back to his true rank of Lieutenant Colonel, t

"General" Custer wasn't a general at the time of his death at Little Big Horn. He was promoted to Brevet General during the Civil War, which was basically a temporary promotion. After the war, he was reverted back to his true rank of Lieutenant Colonel, the rank he held when he was killed.

Tobias Fünke's "nevernude" problem is real. It's called "gymnophobia," or the fear of nude bodies.

Tobias Fünke's "nevernude" problem is real. It's called "gymnophobia," or the fear of nude bodies.

5 Questions: Onomatopoeia

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