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Old 11-25-2011, 07:29 AM   #1
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trivia 11/25

trivia 11/25
Turkeys raised in the United States during 2011 is 248 million, up 2 percent from the number raised during 2010. The turkeys produced in 2010 together weighed 7.11 billion pounds and were valued at $4.37 billion.

1. what was the name of the cafe in the 1991 movie Fried Green Tomatoes ?
2. according to variety magazine, what's the "slanguage" for a TV comedy aimed at or
featuring teenagers?
3. how many stars in the big dipper? how about the little dipper?
4. name the super-model who wore the first "milk mustache" in those U.S. Dairy
Association ads in the nineties?
5. which building is depicted on our $20 bill?
6. what do you call a word that has two opposite meanings?(examples; weather, which
can mean to withstand or erode, or buckle, which can mean to fasten or to fall apart)
7. what country is the world's largest producer of energy?
8. the cheetah is the fastest land animal; what's the second fastest?
revolutionary legend Che Guevara was a doctor who came from an upper-middle-class

1. the "whistle stop" cafe
2. A "ZIT-COM"
6. a contronym
8. the pronghorn antelope

Che was born to a wealthy construction engineer, Che was practicing medicine in Mexico
City when he met Fidel Castro. In 1956, He landed in Cuba aboard Fidel's yacht and
fought for three years to overthrow the Batista regime.

In 1967, Che was executed in a Bolivian jungle while trying to spread the "revolution" to
that country.
According to de-classified documents, the Bolivian soldiers who shot Guevara do death
were trained, equipped, and guided by US Green Berets and the CIA.

Walk with the person who's searching for truth........ run from the person who says they've found it !
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