DID YOU KNOW...
In 1994, two men broke into the National Gallery in Oslo and stole a
version of Edvard Munch's The Scream. They left a postcard that read:
"Thanks for the poor security."
1. If a triangle has angles of 90 degrees and 30 degrees, what is the third
2. What is the name of Microsoft Office's presentation making software?
3. Which element in the periodic table has the symbol 'K'?
a. - Palladium
b. - Tungsten
c. - Potassium
d. - Mercury
4. In the Mel Brooks western comedy "Blazing Saddles", all the residents of
'Rock Ridge' are named ... what ?
a. - Brown
b. - Smith
c. - Jones
d. - Johnson
5. The Babbitt Brothers were the leading characters in which 1988 multiple
Oscar winning film?
6. What is the correct spelling for the word which refers to the "gristle
that covers the ends of bones to prevent them from rubbing against one
7. How did the MLB team the Minnesota Twins get their name?
8. The 9th American President, who addressed the assembly in a cold drizzle,
without a hat or coat, contracted pneumonia and died a month later. .. Name
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
the Wilhelm Scream is a stock sound effect that has been featured in over a
hundred films, television shows, and video games.
1. - 60
3. - c
4. - d
5. " Rain Man"
7. Twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul
8. William Henry Harrison
The Wilhelm scream is a stock sound effect of a man screaming that has been
used in 372 movies and countless television series, beginning in 1951 for
the film "Distant Drums". The scream is often used when someone is shot,
falls from a great height, or is thrown from an explosion, and is most
commonly used in films and television.
Most likely voiced by actor and singer Sheb Wooley, the sound is named after
Private Wilhelm, a character in "The Charge at Feather River", a 1953
Western in which the character gets shot in the thigh with an arrow. This
was its first use from the Warner Bros. stock sound library, although "The
Charge at Feather River" is believed to have been the third movie to use the
The effect gained new popularity (its use often becoming an in-joke) after
it was used in the Star Wars series, the Indiana Jones series, Disney
cartoons, and many other blockbuster films, as well as many television
programs, cartoons, and video games.
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi