DID YOU KNOW ...
On December 25, 2007, the pope revealed a new-style nativity scene in the Vatican's St. Peter's Square. It depicted Jesus' birth in Joseph's house, with no mention of a manger or journey to Bethlehem.
1. What does P.M.S. stand for?
2. In the movie 'Notting Hill', who plays the film star Anna Scott?
3. What river forms the eastern border of Nebraska?
a. - Mississippi
b. - Missouri
c. - Platte
d. - Snake
4. Know Your Vegetables ;
President George HW Bush refused to eat this once he entered the White
5. In the epic English poem "Beowulf", what is the name of the monster that
Beowulf kills (along with its mother)?
6. In what field did Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, Henri Cartier-Bresson and
Robert Capa find fame?
7. Fill In the Blank ...
If I'm suffering from diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome, I might need a
8. Where would I most likely come across an Isobar ?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
Terry the Terrier was paid $125 a week to portray Toto in “The Wizard of Oz”.
1. Premenstrual Syndrome
2. Julia Roberts
3. - b
8. On a Weather Map ( A line joining areas of equal pressure)
Terry, born in the midst of the Great Depression, was trained and owned by
Carl Spitz. Her first film appearance was in Ready for Love (1934) which
was released on November 30, 1934, roughly one month before her first major
film appearance, with Shirley Temple, in Bright Eyes (1934) as Rags.
She did her own stunts, and almost lost her life during the filming of The
Wizard of Oz (1939), when one of the Winkie guards accidentally stepped on
her foot, breaking it. She spent two weeks recuperating at Judy Garland's
residence, and Garland developed a close attachment to her. Garland wanted
to adopt her, but Spitz refused. Her salary, $125 per week (equivalent to
$2,300 in 2019), was more than that of many human actors in the film, and
also more than most working Americans at the time.
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi