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Old 06-27-2006, 03:44 PM   #1
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Did you know...
THERE ARE MORE CHURCHES PER CAPITA IN LAS VEGAS THAN IN ANY OTHER U.S. CITY.

1. What percentage of the Netherlands lies below sea level?
2. What was the name of comic strip soldier Beetle Baily's army post?

3. How many wives did England's King Henry VIII have in his lifetime?

4. What invention allowed McFly to time-travel in the "Back to the Future" movies?

5. what year was "Kitty Litter" first marketed?

6. which of the fifty produces more tomato juice than any other?

7. What was the name of the High School attended by "Married, with Children's Bud and Kelly Bundy? (Bonus; how did Kelly spell the name?)

8. Under what name did Rock guitarist Saul Hudson achieve stardom?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??

The stirrup is an Arab invention.

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1. 50 % (35% ?)

2. CAMP SWAMPY

3. SIX

4. THE FLUX CAPACITOR

5. 1947 (1959 ??)

6. ohio (new jersey?)

7. POLK HIGH - "POKE"

8. slash, of Guns-n-Roses (??)

CRAP !!

the stirrup appeared in China in the first or second century AD, a surprisingly late date, considering men had ridden horses since about 10,000 BC. In Europe, it's first documented use was in the 8th century.

Some historians believe that medieval feudalism would not have spread without this Chinese invention, as it allowed men to brace and attack with lances and swords, making Knights and calvary nearly invincible.


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