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Old 09-15-2011, 05:15 PM   #1
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trivia 9/15

trivia 9/15
DID YOU KNOW...
The smallest dog on record was a matchbox-size Yorkshire Terrier. It was 2.5" tall at the shoulder, 3.5" from nose tip to tail, and weighed only 4 ounces.

1. what baseball great made it into the hall of fame despite having a record 2,597 career strike-outs?
(Hint ; He has a HUGE classic Car collection ...)
2. in the insect world what is "stridulation"?
3. what Frenchman introduced ready-to-wear designer-label fashions in the 1950's?
4. what did archeologist sue Hendrickson find in 1990 that she modestly named "sue"?
5. of the 20 post positions at the Kentucky derby, which two have never seen a winner?
6. in the glen miller hit, "Chattanooga choo-choo", what time does the train leave the station?
7. To which Canadian province must I travel to visit Lake Winnipeg ?
8. What Year Was It ??
Roosevelt declares "The only thing we have to fear is.... fear itself !"
the dollar goes off the gold standard
big government spending creates millions of jobs
Jack Sharkey loses the title to an Italian, Primo Carnera
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
there are approximately 100,000 miles of blood vessels in the body of an adult human.
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1. Reggie Jackson
2. RUBBING BODY PARTS TOGETHER TO MAKE A SHRILL NOISE
3. PIERRE CARDIN
4. THE LARGEST T-REX EVER FOUND
5. 17 and 19
6. 'BOUT A QUARTER TO FOUR
7. Manitoba
8. 1933
TRUTH !!
most of the blood vessels in the human body are short, microscopic vessels called capillaries.
if you laid all 40 billion of them end to end, they would reach four times around the world.

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