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luckytrim 01-20-2009 04:24 PM

Trivia 1/20
 
trivia 1/20
DID YOU KNOW...
AT SEA LEVEL, WATER BOILS AT 212 F; ON TOP OF MT. EVEREST, IT BOILS AT 150 F.


1. Who fronted The Bluesbreakers Band ?
2. Which two city-states fought in the Punic Wars ?
3. Who carried the dead warriors to Valhalla ?
4. Who Said That ??
"To err is human, but it feels divine !"
5. In what sport would I find the term "Chukka" ?
6. Flax is grown to produce what fabric ?
7. What's the tallest of the grasses ?
8. Fill in the blank;
Henry Heinz invented tomato _______ in 1876 .
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
Pittsburgh, Pa. is the birthplace of the world famous Big Mac.
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1. John Mayall
2. Rome and Carthage
3. The Valkyries
4. Mae West
5. Polo
6. Linen
7. Giant Bamboo
8. Ketchup
TRUTH !!
Italian burger lover and McDonald's franchise owner James Delligatti, invented the famous sandwich in 1967, and he has managed to keep the ingredients of the "secret sauce" secret all these years.

vyapti 01-20-2009 04:37 PM

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Originally Posted by luckytrim (Post 777374)
Italian burger lover and McDonald's franchise owner James Delligatti, invented the famous sandwich in 1967, and he has managed to keep the ingredients of the "secret sauce" secret all these years.

I worked at McDonalds in high school. One time, during a rush, I managed to get Big Mac Sauce on my arm and didn't wipe it off until the rush was over. It left a stain that lasted for two days . . . I don't want to know the 'secret formula' . . . and neither does the EPA

luckytrim 01-20-2009 06:14 PM

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I don't want to know the 'secret formula' . . . and neither does the EPA
,,,,,,,,,,and neither does the "trivia f the day".........

Barbara L 01-20-2009 06:35 PM

I did terribly today! I only got the ones in red:

1. John Mayall
2. Rome and Carthage
3. The Valkyries
4. Mae West (This was a guess, but it sounded like something she would have said!)
5. Polo
6. Linen
7. Giant Bamboo
8. Ketchup
TRUTH !!

:smile:Barbara

quicksilver 01-20-2009 10:23 PM

Good evening, lt.

#1 - okay - one of my favorites 'Room To Move'. Cool!
#6 - okay
#8 - okay

That's it. Thanks.


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