THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

The University of Minnesota is older than the state of Minnesota.

The University of Minnesota is older than the state of Minnesota.

One Barbie doll is sold about every 3 seconds.

One Barbie doll is sold about every 3 seconds.

5 Questions: Odor-O-No

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On the 2001 New Zealand census, 53,715 people listed their religion as “Jedi.”

On the 2001 New Zealand census, 53,715 people listed their religion as “Jedi.”

"Sternutation" is a fancy word for the act of sneezing.

"Sternutation" is a fancy word for the act of sneezing.

5 Questions: I Am Woman

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Brain Game: Math Square #211

Sandy Wood

Morning Cup of Links: Adorably Sleepy Hedgehogs

Miss Cellania

A large percentage of the budget for <em>Monty Python and the Holy Grail</em> was donated by members of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd.

A large percentage of the budget for Monty Python and the Holy Grail was donated by members of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd.

Did They Receive a Hall of Fame Vote?

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Anybody can name the Hall of Famers. How about the players who weren't deemed worthy of Cooperstown, but still received at least a vote? In this quiz, we’ll give you the name of a Hall-eligible player. You tell us whether they ever received a Hall of Fame vote.

5 Questions: One of the Guys

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Immune to charges of “looking goofy,” basketball player Rick Barry shot his free throws underhanded. The technique was as successful as it was dorky: Barry retired in 1980 with a combined ABA/NBA rate of success of 89.3% at the free-throw line, which

Immune to charges of “looking goofy,” basketball player Rick Barry shot his free throws underhanded. The technique was as successful as it was dorky: Barry retired in 1980 with a combined ABA/NBA rate of success of 89.3% at the free-throw line, which at the time was the best in history.

In 1986, Ted Nugent made a $10 million bid to buy Muzak so he could close down the company. His offer was rejected.

In 1986, Ted Nugent made a $10 million bid to buy Muzak so he could close down the company. His offer was rejected.

5 Questions: Not So Hard

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5 Questions: A Capital Quiz

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