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A Cyberchondriac is someone who scours the Internet looking for details of
1. Who was the Communist leader of North Vietnam during the Vietnam War?
2. Nouns can also be concrete or abstract. Pick out the series of concrete
a. - bed, flower, pickle
b. - Betty, mother, kindness
c. - Yellowstone National Park, honor, bear
d. - truth, honesty, beauty
3. A "Cloche" is ..........
a. - a small translucent cover for protecting or forcing outdoor plants.
b. - a woman's close-fitting, bell-shaped hat.
c. - Both
d. - Neither
4. what celebrity is known for lending his voice on the 1976 TV series
"Charlie's Angels" ?
5.Which of these is NOT the name of a U.S. state capital?
a. - Boston
b. - Charlotte
c. - Olympia
d. - Nashville
6. In western astrology, what zodiac sign comes between Aries and Gemini?
7. In terms of cartoon series, name the character that is the odd one out as
it is NOT a Looney Tunes character.
a. - Bugs Bunny
b. - Pepe Le Pew
c. - Yakky Doodle
d. - Marvin the Martian
8. What is the given name of "Radar" O'Reilly in the television series
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
While playing one day, Hansel and Gretel decide to explore the Woods. To
ensure they find their way back out, they leave a trail of
1. Ho Chi Minh
2. - a
3. - c
4. John Forsythe
5. - b
7. - c
This folktale is about the children of a poor woodcutter and the cruelty of
his second wife.
Hansel and Gretel are abandoned in the woods by their wicked Step-Mother
and, even though they leave a trail of breadcrumbs, they do not find their
They do find a gingerbread house and are captured by the owner, a witch.
Hansel is caged, so that he can be fattened up and Gretel is made to serve.
The children trick the witch and instead of Hansel being eaten the witch is
burned in the oven. The children find jewels in the cottage and trek home to
find their wicked stepmother dead and their father remorseful. Using the
wealth of the witch they live happily ever after.
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi