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Who was Jim Bowie?



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THE HOLIDAYS

If you were in Italy for the New Year, doing as the Romans, and wished the best of luck for the coming year, you might want to wear this.

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what is red underwear?

Correct! In medievel times, a red drape was believed to protect one's family jewels from the spells of witches. Had to be true, who could make up something like that?

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MOVIES

Arnold Schwarzenegger used this film's gun slinger character as the basis of his performance in The Terminator.
 
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correct! Yul Brynner as ex machina. Must have slipped my mind, but Michael Crichton directed it.

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THE HOLIDAYS

Good luck in Spain would entail eating 12 of these within the first 12 seconds of the New Year.



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You are correct. The board is yours.



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I'm not up - but have a Jeopardy related question.

Who was the first winner of the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions?



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I'm not up - but have a Jeopardy related question.

Who was the first winner of the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions?

Google says Terry Thompson, while Art Fleming was host.



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I'm not up - but have a Jeopardy related question.

Who was the first winner of the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions?

Google says Terry Thompson, while Art Fleming was host.


Correct, although I refer to her as “Mom”



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Who was the first winner of the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions?

Google says Terry Thompson, while Art Fleming was host.


Correct, although I refer to her as “Mom”

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I was 2. Mom did great. $9K and a set of encyclopedias in 1964.

After she went back the second time, and had to buy a new dress, my dad said words to the effect that “this is costing us a lot”. Mom told him she just won more the prior day than he made the past few months.



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Automotive History

What was the horsepower rating of the original VW Beetle?
 
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25 hp.



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Hey, you guys are doing it backwards.



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25 HP is correct. My JD mower has a Kawasaki gas engine that is rated at 25 HP. We’ve come a long way.
 
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