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Like fingerprints, each human tongue has its own unique print.

1. By what name is the game Reversi also known?
2. Which company introduced the Betamax video-cassette recorder?
3. What's the name of the Russian city Formerly known as Leningrad ?
4. In what city was the television show "Happy Days" set?
5. What is the official national mammal of the United States?
a. - Black Bear
b. - Bighorn Sheep
c. - North American Bison
d. - Elk
6. Famous Firsts Dept. -
First U.S. State, Cloned animal and Super Bowl Winner...
7. The Reading Teachers Book of Lists, the most commonly used word in the
English language is "the" ; what is the second-most ?
a. - of
b. - to
c. - be
d. - and
8. Can you list the ingredients of a Big Mac, according to the jingle ?

Photos of his spacesuit and a photo of his boot-prints show that the boots
on Neil Armstrong's spacesuit don't match up with the "footprints" he left
on the moon.
1. Othello
2. Sony
3. St. Petersburg
4. Milwaukee
5. - c
6. Delaware, Dolly the Sheep and Green Bay Packers
7. - c
8. Two All-Beef Patties, Special Sauce, Lettuce, Cheese, Pickles, Onions,
Sesame Seed Bun

The Apollo 11 mission has been fodder for conspiracy theorists ever since
the lunar excursion module (LEM) touched down on the moon’s surface on 20
July 1969. All of these claims have been de-bunked.
in August 2016 SNOPES came across a new item that suggested proof of a faked
moon landing could be found by examining the boots of astronaut Neil
Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon:
A 2015 photograph of Armstrong's suit being preserved, and a photo of a
footprint taken on the moon... The photos are legitimate, but they are
wrongly attributed !
The footprint in the photo show Buzz Aldrin's footprint, not Armstrong's.
When a photo of Aldrin descending the LEM ladder is seen, the bottom of
Aldrin's boot is clearly visible, and matches the photo.
Be Yourself ; Everyone else is taken !

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