DID YOU KNOW...
The term "furlong," as used in horse racing comes from the length of a
1. Name That Tune ;
"What you have is a little sister Hey sister just one Sister a little
Superman your Daneeimoto one you want Shotgun of a little sister!"
2. Pho Bo is a beef and noodle soup that is often eaten for breakfast in
a. - China
b. - Cambodia
c. - Vietnam
d. - South Korea
3. How many persons or things are in a pleiad?
4. Who was First Lady of the United States during the War of 1812?
5. In 1970, Neil Young wrote the song "Ohio" in response to what iconic
6. Name That Sitcom ;
1966-1971. Sebastian Cabot played the stodgy English butler to Brian
(Hint; The Title is also the Title of a Sly Stone tune...)
7. Which hit 1995 teen comedy is a loose adaptation of Jane Austen's novel,
a. - "She's All That"
b. - "Clueless"
c. - "The Breakfast Club"
d. - "10 Things I Hate About you"
8. What decade saw the emergence of "Flappers" -
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
John Wayne, being a chain-smoker (and smoking up to seven packs a day during
the 1960’s), died of Lung Cancer.
1. 'White Wedding'
2. - c
3. - 7
4. Dolly Madison
5. Kent State Massacre
6. 'Family Affair'
7. - b
8. The 1920's
Contrary to popular belief, John Wayne did not die of lung cancer, despite
being a chain-smoker (and smoking up to seven packs a day during the 1960’s),
but stomach cancer. In his later years, he would beat lung cancer and just
when it seemed he would be cured and live, a new form of galloping cancer
took over his stomach and he could not be saved.
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi