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Old 12-13-2011, 04:23 PM   #1
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trivia 12/13

trivia 12/13
DID YOU KNOW...
Seedless grapes still have tiny seeds that you cannot detect.

1. how many times did the US postal service raise the price of a first-class stamp between
1960 and 1990?
2. when Clint Eastwood appeared in the classic the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, which
of those three title roles did he play?
3. who was the first to win two consecutive Oscars for best actor?
4. according to the US Census Bureau, the five most common surnames in the USA are
(in order) Smith, Johnson, Williams, Jones, and.................what?
5. what kind of wine is usually made from the white Palomino grape?
6. what is the meaning of the Greek word Atomos, from which our word Atom was
derived?
7. what country did both Marco Polo and Columbus refer to as "Cipango"?
8. when it comes to building dollhouses, what is the most common scale used by
hobbyists?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
When Ellis Island opened on New Year’s Day, 1892, the very first immigrant registered was from Italy.
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1. ten
2. THE "GOOD"
3. SPENCER TRACY
4. BROWN
5. sherry
6. "indivisible"
7. JAPAN
8. ONE INCH = ONE FOOT



CRAP !!
It was Annie Moore’s 15th birthday when this Irish girl was registered.
Statues of the teen commemorate her place in history both at her port of departure, Cobb, Ireland, as well as on Ellis Island.

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