After this week's Sunday Special, the Daily Trivia will be on hiatus till further notice, about two-three weeks. Sorry; I'll miss you as well !
DID YOU KNOW...
Three Faces of Eve star Joanne Woodward was the recipient of the very first "Star" on Hollywood's "Walk of Fame".
1. Fill in the blank;
The California grape and wine industries were started by Count Agoston Haraszthy de Moksa, who planted Tokay, Zinfandel, and Shiras varieties from his native _______ in Buena Vista in 1857.
2. What name is shared by the rivers that run through Denison, Texas and Hanoi, Vietnam ?
3. Book of the "Month" Dept;
Complete the title of this book........
Barbara Tuchman's The Guns of _______...
4. What's the liquer usually served over Crepes ?
5. Who is the Roman equivalent of the Greek Goddess, Artimis ?
6. Name that group;
Produced by Hal Roach from 1926 to 1938, these kids have been entertaining viewers with over 220 short film comedies about a rag-tag group of tykes involved in various hijinks, such as playing hooky from grade school, go-cart racing, putting on talent shows, and forming a "He-Man Woman Haters Club.......
7. What was the "Knight Industries Two Thousand" ?
8. Of his six wives, how many did Henry VIII have be-headed ?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
A human infant is born with 300 bones.
2. Red River
4. Grand Marinier
6. "Our Gang"
7. a computer-operated Super-Car, K.I.T.T. for short (Knight Rider)
Humans are born with 300 bones, but adults only have 206 bones. So what gives? Some of the 300 original bones in a baby are made of regular bone and some are made of a material called cartilage. Cartilage is soft and flexible to start, but over the years the cartilage grows and slowly hardens into bone. Also, some bones fuse together. All of this is part of the normal growth process.
Some time between the ages of 17 and 21, this growth process ends and your bones are as big as they're going to get. And like magic, you end up with 94 fewer bones than you started with.
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi