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Old 03-12-2007, 04:28 PM   #1
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trivia 3/12

trivia 3/12

DID YOU KNOW...
In ancient Egypt at the time of the Pharaoh's, a shaved head was considered the ultimate in feminine beauty.
1. Which investment company, during the 60's, used a lion named Zamba in their TV commercials?
2. What was the nick-name of pro golfer Lee Trevino?
3. What legendary monarch owned a shield named Pridwin?
4. What cartoon monarch called Pride Rock home?
5. What sort of critter is a Motmot?
6. What was the name of the estate of the fictional Charles Foster Kane, in the movie, "Citizen Kane"?
7. What TV sit-com character had a pet chimp named Cousin Bessie?
8. Do you recall the advertising slogan of Sherman-Williams Paints?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
The people of Virginia used tobacco leaves as money during the 18th century.
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1. THE DREYFUS FUND
2. supermex
3. KING ARTHUR
4. "the lion king"
5. a bird
6. XANADU
7. ELLY MAY CLAMPETT
8. "COVER THE EARTH"
TRUTH !!
Tobacco leaves were first rolled into bundles, and then, in accordance with the Tobacco Inspection Act passed in Virginia in 1730, inspectors issued tobacco notes based on the quantity and quality of a person's tobacco. The inspectors were also authorized to destroy (by burning) any tobacco that wasn't --ahem-- up to snuff. The policy earned Virginia a reputation for having a very high-quality tobacco.

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I'm very good at the Truth or Crap questions!!
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