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5 Questions: ...In Heavy Syrup

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5 Questions: Peter O'Toole

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Name the 32 NFL Head Coaches

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Now that the lockout is over, it's time for fans to start preparing for the season. There was a lot of movement in the coaching ranks during the off-season. How many of the current 32 head coaches (as of August 8, 2011) can you name in 5 minutes?

The Schoolhouse Rock Anti-Trivia Quiz

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Yeah, yeah, we all remember the Verb superhero and Interplanet Janet. But with school starting up again, the important question is this: how much useful information did you gain from all those Saturday mornings spent absorbing the Schoolhouse Rock canon?

Word to the "Wise"

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5 Questions: "New" in the Middle

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Morning Cup of Links: Dogs Caught in the Act

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5 Questions: Woodward Dream Cruise IV: Vintage Autos

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In Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 thriller <em>Psycho</em>, the sound effects for the famous shower scene were actually created by repeatedly stabbing a casaba melon.

In Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 thriller Psycho, the sound effects for the famous shower scene were actually created by repeatedly stabbing a casaba melon.

5 Questions: Sub-"Zero"

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The scale that classifies hurricanes into Categories 1-5 is called the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.

The scale that classifies hurricanes into Categories 1-5 is called the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.

Do You Remember Election '08?

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Last year at this time, we were all recovering from our election overload. For more than a year, we had been inundated 24 hours a day with poll numbers, attack ads and endorsements. Every tiny story seemed like it could make or break the election (or at least CNN made us think it did). But now, those little details seem so insignificant. Dig into your memory and see if you can remember these details from the election before Barack Obama got elected.

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