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Old 10-17-2013, 04:13 PM   #1
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Trivia 10/16

Trivia 10/16
Did you know...
Based on typical earnings for each period, in 1900 a factory worker would have had to work 101 1/2 hours to earn enough money to purchase an electric sewing machine; today, about 22 hours of earnings will get 'er done!


1. Fill in the blank;
The sloth, the slowest mammal on earth, has a top speed of ___ ____ per minute.
2. Name the two male costars in the 50's biker movie classic The Wild One.
3. What is the advertising slogan of Federal Express?
4. In which country was Mel Gibson born?
5. In the movie The Truman Show, what was Truman's last name?
6. What country produces more than 45% of the world's olive oil?
a. - Greece
b. - Italy
c. - France
d. - Spain
7. By what nick-name was cook Isabella Mary Mayson better known?
8. What percentage of sea water is made up of salt?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
Mick Jagger helped design the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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1. six feet
2. LEE MARVIN & MARLON BRANDO
3. "the world on time"
4. THE USA
5. Burbank
6. - d
7. TYPHOID MARY
8. 3 1/2 %
CRAP !!
It was designed by Chinese Architect L. M. Pei without the help of Jagger or any other
rock and roll legend.


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