DID YOU KNOW...
The number of possible ways of playing the first four moves per side in a
game of chess is 318,979,564,000.
1. The highly-acclaimed film 'Eight Men Out' tells the true story of what
2. Who had a hit in 1998 with the song: "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing"?
3. Strange Words are These ... AGNIZE...
a. - insert a sibilant sound before or after (another sound)
b. - Become ground down or deteriorate
c. - Dye with a color
d. - Be fully aware or cognizant of
4. What was the setting of the late 1960's TV drama "The Rat Patrol"?
5. Can you name the TV series starring Roddy McDowell that was based on a movie
starring Roddy McDowell?
6. Any clue as to why they're called "Fig Newton" ?
a. - Named for Sir Isaak Newton
b. - Named for Newton, Mass.
c. - Named after Oliver Newton, their creator
d. - Named for the Newton Baking Co. , Myola, N.Y.
7. How many petals do cruciferous plants bear?
a. - 2
b. - 3
c. - 4
d. - 5
8. We are all aware that the thirteen colonies became the first thirteen
States of the USA, with Vermont becoming the fourteenth in 1791... Which of
these became the fifteenth , in 1792 ?
a. - Kentucky
b. - Tennessee
c. - Ohio
d. - Louisiana
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
Timothy B. Schmit wrote and sang lead vocals on "Love Will Keep Us Alive, an
Eagles Hit. He also wrote and sang lead vocals on "Keep on Tryin". a Poco
1. The 1919 Chicago 'Black Sox' scandal
3. - d
4. North Africa during World War II
5. 'Planet of the Apes'
6. - b
7. - c
8. - a (the choices are the 15th,16, 17th & 18th ...)
Timothy B. Schmit wrote and sang lead vocals on one of Poco's biggest hits,
"Keep on Tryin". Interestingly, Schmidt took the place of Randy Meisner when
he left Poco, and was Meisner's replacement when he left the Eagles. Two of
his well-known hits with the Eagles include "I Can't Tell You Why" and "Love
Will Keep Us Alive". At different times in his career, Schmidt has also
performed with the bands Firefall, Steely Dan, and Toto, among others.
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi