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The Green Bay Packers got their name in 1919 after the Indian Packing Company gave the team $500 to buy equipment.

The Green Bay Packers got their name in 1919 after the Indian Packing Company gave the team $500 to buy equipment.

One of the drugs Nazis experimented with in 1944 was D-IX, a cocaine-based compound that included both an amphetamine and a morphine-related chemical to dull pain. Nazi doctors found that test subjects could march 55 miles before having to rest. Luckily,

One of the drugs Nazis experimented with in 1944 was D-IX, a cocaine-based compound that included both an amphetamine and a morphine-related chemical to dull pain. Nazi doctors found that test subjects could march 55 miles before having to rest. Luckily, the war ended before production could begin.

Brain Game: Aitches

Sandy Wood

America got its first true pizzeria when Gennaro Lombardi opened up a small grocery store in NYC’s Little Italy. An employee named Anthony “Totonno” Pero started selling pizzas out of the back, and in no time, Lombardi’s was concentrating on its b

America got its first true pizzeria when Gennaro Lombardi opened up a small grocery store in NYC’s Little Italy. An employee named Anthony “Totonno” Pero started selling pizzas out of the back, and in no time, Lombardi’s was concentrating on its burgeoning pizza business instead of plain old groceries.

Brain Game: Council Members

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5 Questions: Zelda

Questions:5
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Pass rate:75 %
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5 Questions: Don't Be Shellfish

Questions:5
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Pass rate:75 %
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Plastic bags take up less landfill space than paper bags. According to one study, two plastic bags take up 72% less landfill space than one paper bag.

Plastic bags take up less landfill space than paper bags. According to one study, two plastic bags take up 72% less landfill space than one paper bag.

5 Questions: Truck You

Questions:5
Available:Always
Pass rate:75 %
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5 Questions: A Tiny Lake

Questions:5
Available:Always
Pass rate:75 %
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Brain Game: The Big Payback

Sandy Wood

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