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Old 07-25-2011, 04:25 PM   #1
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trivia 7/25

trivia 7/25
DID YOU LNOW...
In 1976, the first eight Jelly Belly® flavors were launched: Orange, Green Apple, Root Beer, Very Cherry, Lemon, Cream Soda, Grape, and Licorice.

1. who's runner-up to Wayne gretzky in the matter of most NHL goals?
a. - Brett Hull
b. - Marcel Dionne
c. - Phil Esposito
d. - Gordie Howe
2. what was the first name of movie character "zorba the greek"?
3. what's your "sports" ailment if you suffer from lateral humeral epicendylitis?
4. in roman myth, who was the lover of psyche?
5. how long does the largest snail get?
6. According to the Social Security Administration, what was the most popular choice for a girl's name in the year 2010?
a. - Isabella
b. - Sophia
c. - Emma
d. - Olivia
7. what ye ar was it that hijacker d.b. cooper made his daring jump over
Washington?
8. what year did prohibition end?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
James J Jeffries, Joe Louis and Rocky Marciano are the only Heavyweight Champions to end their careers without having lost a fight.


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1. d
2. Alexis
3. tennis elbow
4. CUPID
5. over a foot
6. Emily
7. 1971
8. 1933
CRAP !!
Louis lost to Max Schmeling in 1936 before he ever became champ and Jeffries was TKOed in the 15th round by Jack Johnson in 1910, six years after he retired the first time. Rocky Marciano is the only heavyweight champion to retire undefeated.

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Old 07-25-2011, 04:30 PM   #2
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1. d - only because it was multiple choice
2. Alexis
3. tennis elbow
4. CUPID

5. over a foot
6. Emily EMMA? was the choice, not Emily
7. 1971
8. 1933
CRAP !!
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Old 07-26-2011, 04:20 PM   #3
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..............guess it depends who compiled the list, Princess...............

Top baby names of 2010

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Popular baby names


my answer came out of a Newsweek article........
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..............guess it depends who compiled the list, Princess...............

Top baby names of 2010

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Popular baby names


my answer came out of a Newsweek article........

It was a multiple choice question and none of the choices matched the answer you gave.
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Old 07-26-2011, 04:33 PM   #5
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BTW
(Emma is what it should be...... at least according to the source.. Emily was my first true love, and it just came out, unthinking........)
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..............guess it depends who compiled the list, Princess...............

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my answer came out of a Newsweek article........
If I was compiling the list it would be Emma or Hebzibah...can't decide.

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(Emma is what it should be...... at least according to the source.. Emily was my first true love, and it just came out, unthinking........)
You old softie!
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I'm kinda partial to Waltraut, too...
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(big sigh!) ...........first cut is the deepest, Princess........('nuther one, but bigger>>)
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(big sigh!) ...........first cut is the deepest, Princess........('nuther one, but bigger>>)
You could have cheated like me...I married two men named "Shrek." Not at the same time, of course.
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