DID YOU KNOW ...
A human could swim through a blue whale's veins.
1. What caused the Bionic Woman's injuries?
2. A Heptathlon is a track and field event, in particular one for women, in
which each competitor takes part in the same prescribed seven events ; how
many of these are running events ?
a. - 1
b. - 2
c. - 3
d. - 4
3. Robin Williams played Mork ; who played Mindy ?
4. What does "Déjà vu" translate to ?
5. Iago is the villain in which Shakespearean play?
a. - The Merchant of Venice
b. - Macbeth
c. - Othello
d. - Hamlet
6. Where did Johnny Cash tell June Carter he was going to in order to start
7. Angels abound on gravestones. There are a variety of configurations for
these angels, each having a different meaning. What does it mean if the
angel is crying?
8. When someone said your child was 'cute' in 1800, what did they mean?
a. - Your kid was happy
b. - Your kid was a brat
c. - Your kid was clever
d. - Your kid was adorable
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
There was once a thriving whaling industry in Hawaii.
1. Parachuting Accident
2. - b
3. Pamela (Pam) Dauber
4. "Already Seen"
5. - c
7. A life taken too soon; an untimely death
8. - c
The island of Maui contains the old whaling town of Lahaina. In the early
19th century whale oil was used for heating, lighting and in machinery.
Whale bone from the upper jaw was used in clothing and accessories such as
corsets, skirting hoops, umbrellas and whips. American whaling ships sailing
the hunting grounds in the Japan Sea and the South Pacific stopped in Hawaii
twice a year to restock provisions, replace crews and offload whale oil
cargoes. For Lahaina, the whaling fleet was the mainstay of the Hawaiian
economy for over 20 years. Over 100 ships stopped in Hawaiian ports in 1824,
rising to 736 whaling ships arriving in Hawaii in 1848. In 1859, the
discovery of petroleum oil on the American mainland was the start the end of
the whaling industry in Hawaii.
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi