DID YOU KNOW...
First Cartoon Character to appear in a Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade ;
Felix the Cat.
1. A substitute teacher arrives for an assignment and learns that she will
be in an "inclusion" classroom. What is an "inclusion" classroom?
a. - One with students that speak different languages.
b. - One with both special needs and non-special needs students.
c. - One comprising students in different grade levels.
d. - It could be any of these
2. "Wings" was a television series set on what island?
a. - Prince Edward
b. - Martha's Vineyard
c. - Hilton Head
d. - Nantucket
3. "Who Dat ??
This talk show host's trademark was red framed eye glasses and the show, of
the same name, lasted more than 15 years.
4. In the film "Toy Story", what sort of critter was Hamm ?
(hint; 'Pig' isn't good enough ...)
5. Strange Words are These ; FENESTRATION ..
a. - The arrangement of windows in a building
b. - a State of irritation or annoyance
c. - Treat hurriedly or avoid dealing with properly
d. - Speaking of yourself in superlatives
6. Who Am I ?
I am a native of London (England) and have enjoyed musical success as a
singer and songwriter in a wide variety of genres. I'm a Grammy Award winner
who was born as Declan Patrick MacManus on August 25, 1954 and along with my
band, the Attractions, became a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in
2003. You know me better as .......whom ?
7. How many US states border the Pacific Ocean?
8. What do the British call an elevator?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
Tomatoes and Potatoes are very closely related.
1. - b
2. - d
3. Sally Jessy Raphael
4. Piggy Bank
5. - a
6. I am Elvis Costello
7. - 5
8. a Lift
We think of potatoes and tomatoes as being quite different, and yet the two
plants are closely related. Not only are both in the nightshade family
(Solanaceae), but both are in the same genus (Solanum). ... The wild
ancestor is Solanum brevicaule, along with several other closely related
species, including peppers
“Bad men need nothing more to accomplish their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing.”
― John Stuart Mill