DID YOU KNOW ...
When archeologists discovered early evidence of our human ancestors' hunting
activities, it became clear that adding meat to the diet meant big changes
for early Homo sapiens. For example, skeleton size increased soon after,
suggesting meat was important for evolution
1. What number is associated with the Menorah ?
a. - 3
b. - 5
c. - 7
d. - 9
2. Christianity has Catholics and Protestants: Which has Hinayana and
Theravada branches ?
3. Name That Flick !
A biography of the career and marriage of the middleweight champion boxer
Jake LaMotta. ...
4. Thought to be the world's oldest and largest fraternity, this sect
started as a group of skilled stone-workers and architects. What is it ?
5. What is the largest inland body of water in the world?
(Hint; the Volga empties into it...)
6. On which part of the body would someone be most likely to wear a diadem?
a. - Head
b. - Neck
c. - Chest
d. - Wrist
7. This sport contains herons, flamingos, and cranes. It has the competitors
performing routines to music, either with another person, or in groups of up
to 10 people. Which sport is this?
a. - Gymnastics
b. - Synchronized swimming
c. - Figure Skating
d. - Polo
8. In Laura Ingalls' book, "Little House on the Prairie", the name of
Laura's four sisters were Carrie, Mary, Grace and Cassandra..... Which one
was adopted ?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
There’s been one Englishman who became Pope .
1. - c
3. 'Raging Bull'
4. the Freemasons
5. the Caspian Sea
6. - a
7. - b
Nicholas Breakspear (c.1100-1159) was the only English pope. He is said to
have issued the Papal bull 'Laudabiliter' which encouraged Henry II of
England to invade Ireland and place its church under the Roman
ecclesiastical system. There is no surviving copy of the bull.
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi