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Old 04-15-2011, 09:43 AM   #1
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trivia 4/15

trivia 4/15
According to the National Peanut Board, it takes 540 peanuts to produce a 12-oz. jar of creamy Peanut Butter.

1. In Texas, these critters are referred to as "speed bumps". what sort of
critter is it?
2. Name the comic strip whose characters include B.O. Plenty.
3. What's the make of car referred to in the old-time tune that
begins......."Come away with me, Lucille....."?
4. Where does "King Comus" reign?
5. Do you recall the name of Fred Allen's radio comedy show from the
6. Complete this series of five;
alpha, bravo, charlie, delta, ................
7. In what layer of the Earth's atmosphere is Antarctica's famed "Ozone Hole" ?
8. What "One-Hit Wonder" band had a hit with 96 Tears ?
A New Jersey dentist processed the first unfermented grape juice.

1. Armadillo
4. at the Mardi Gras
5. "Allen's Alley"
7. the Stratosphere
8. ? and the Mysterians
Dr. Thomas Welch cooked and squeezed dozens of pounds of home-grown Concord grapes, creating the first bottles of what would later become the famously named "Welch's Grape Juice".

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