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Old 01-31-2017, 10:28 AM
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DID YOU KNOW...
We can never truly measure the circumference or the area of a circle because
we can never truly know the value of pi. Pi is an irrational number, meaning
its digits go on forever in a seemingly random sequence.

1. Who was the first cast member of "Rebel Without a Cause" to die ?
a. - Sal Mineo
b. - Natalie Wood
c. - James Dean
d. - Jim Backus
2. Who was in charge of the Sunshine Cab Company on "Taxi"?
(Full name, please...)
3. Aruba is a part of which European kingdom?
a. - Britain
b. - France
c. - The Netherlands
d. - Portugal
4. Which style of cooking native to Jamaica is a very hot spice mixture used
to dry rub or wet marinate the meat?
5. Remember "Starsky and Hutch" ? What model car was their usual ride ?
6. In the UK, what is a sleeping policeman?
a. - Security camera
b. - Burglar alarm
c. - Guard Dog
d. - Speed Bump
7. Let's say you are in intensive care, battling a life-threatening illness
or injury ; the Doctor has written "DNR" on your chart... what does that
mean ?
8. What's the more formal name for your belly button ?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
There are crocodiles in the Everglades.
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1. - c
2. Louie De Palma
3. - c
4. Jerking
5. Red Ford Gran Torino
6. - d
7. "Do not resuscitate"
8. Umbilicus
TRUTH !!
Crocodiles and alligators belong to a group of reptiles called crocodilians,
which are the largest of the living reptiles. Of the 23 different species of
crocodilians in the world, 2 species are native to the United States, and
south Florida is the only place where both of these species coexist.
The American crocodile is lizard-shaped with a long, muscular tail and four
short legs that have five toes on the front feet and four on the back feet.
Adults have grayish-green backs and tails and white to yellowish undersides.
Their narrow snout is triangular in shape, and the fourth tooth on both
sides of the lower jaw is visible when the mouth is closed. The ear drums
are protected by moveable flaps of skin at the top of the head behind the
eyes, and the nostrils are at the end of the elongated snout. Because of the
location of the eyes, ears, and nostrils, a crocodile can be submerged with
only the top of its head exposed and still be able to see, hear, and
breathe. Male crocodiles are larger than females and can reach about 20 feet
in length but rarely exceed 14 feet in the wild. Breeding females are about
8 to 12 feet in length.
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1.d. is not correct
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Jim Backus was the LAST one to die.
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I think that James Dean was the first to die.
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Y'all are keerect !
Musta been a typo !

I had in mind who was the last, because I knew y'all would easily remember who
went first.... changed my mind on the question, but forgot to change the answer.

Keep me Honest !!
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Good job LT. Got 4 today.
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THX, Doc !
BTW- You do pretty well on my Daily Funtrivia quizzes ; You should play more often !
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