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Old 04-03-2007, 02:59 PM   #1
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trivia 4/3

trivia 4/3
The custom of using Christmas wreaths can be traced to the belief that the crown of thorns that Christ was forced to wear was made of Holly.
1. What TV character owned a racing machine named "Drag-u-la"?
2. Forrest Mars and E. Bruce Murrie invented what famous food item?
3. What's the weight of one cubic foot of fresh water?
4. What does a deltiologist collect?
5. What's the diameter of a standard CD or DVD?
6. What's the former name of Nova Scotia?
7. What player holds the Major League career record for most games played?
8. What's the amount of tea in an average tea bag?
An English author named Eric Blair coined the term, "Cold War".
2. M&M'S
3. 62.4 pounds
4. postcards
5. 120 millimeters, or 4.7 inches
8. 2 GRAMS
Eric Blair is much better known by his
pen name, George Orwell ("Nineteen Eighty-four" and "Animal Farm"). In 1945, he wrote an essay entitled, "You and the Atomic Bomb", in which he cautioned of a "permanent state of "cold" war".

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