DID YOU KNOW...
Barbara Billingsly wore a string of pearls in every episode of "Leave It to
Beaver" to hide a surgical scar.
1. Strange words are These ; INDURATE ...
a. - One who suffers constantly
b. - One who survives
c. - Make Harder
d. - Make Longer
2. What do the following U.S. Presidents have in common: Andrew Jackson,
Theodore Roosevelt, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan?
3. Name That flick !!
(1992) Woody Harrelson is a lumpy looking white guy who hustles Wesley
Snipes in a basketball game. The two then join forces in hustling other
players in pick-up games before entering a city-sponsored tournament that
they, of course, win.
(Hint; Four-Word Title ...)
4. Rocker Buddy Holly's career was tragically cut short, but not before he
achieved just one Chart-topping hit : Which one was it ?
a. - That'll Be the Day
b. - Oh, Boy
c. - Peggy Sue
d. - Maybe Baby
5. What items do you normally see hanging outside a Pawn Shop ?
(Hint; Answer contains a number, an alloy and an item of sports
6. During the 16th and 17th centuries, what name was given to French
(Hint ; Starts with 'H'...)
7. What country is referred to as 'The emerald of the equator'?
a. - Indonesia
b. - Ecuador
c. - Malaysia
d. - Colombia
8. Before the advent of the Euro, what was the currency of Greece ?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
the first tennis player to win Grand Slam titles in three different
decades; Rafael Nadal .
1. - c
2. Survived assassination attempts
3. White Men Can't Jump
4. - c
5. three brass balls
7. - a
It's Novak Djokovic !
Djokovic beat Dominic Thiem to win the 2020 Australian Open to become the
first man in history to win Grand Slam titles in the three decades: the
2000s, 2010s and 2020s. His first Grand Slam title was the 2008 Australian
Open. The 2020 Australian Open was his 8th title in this tournament which he
won more than anyone. It was also his 17th Grand Slam title, comprising 5
Wimbledon, 4 US Open, 1 French Open and 8 Australian Open single titles.
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi