STRANGE-BUT-TRUE U.S. LAWS
• Tightrope walking is illegal in Winchester, Massachusetts (unless you’re in church).
• In Fruithill, Kentucky, any man who comes face to face with a cow on a public road must remove his hat.
• You’re breaking the law in South Dakota if you fall asleep in a cheese factory.
• In Idaho it’s against the law to fish for trout while sitting on the back of a giraffe.
• In Tennessee it’s illegal to drive a car while you’re asleep.
1. what novel, published in 1818, is considered by experts to be the first "science-fiction" story?
2. in 1949, the country of siam changed it's name to ..............what?
3. what company developed the walkman?
4. on the TV sit-com, "friends", who were the three women ross geller married and divorced.
5. in golfing, what's the slang term for a ball partially buried in a sand trap, encircled by a ring it created on impact?
6. how many florida electoral votes were up for grabs in the disputed 2000 election?
7. in the "back to the future" trilogy, what speed did doc brown have to reach in his delorean time machine to travel in time?
8. who's image is the only face, other than the colonel's, to appear on a KFC bucket?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
the word "take" has more definitions than any other word in the english language.
4. carol, emily, and RACHEL
5. a "fried egg" (???)
7. 88 mph (74mph?)
8. dale earnhart, jr (??)
"take" is fourth!
the word "set" has the greatest number of definitions in the oxford english dictionary, with 464.
"run" is next, with 396. rounding out the top ten are;
Walk with the person who's searching for truth........ run from the person who says they've found it !