Sth Bend, IN Daily Trivia

Discussion in 'Mid West Regional Discussion' started by Xmaveric, May 14, 2001.

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  1. THEREALSHMII Jedi Master

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    Not being a smarty pants (OK maybe a little bit of a smarty pants) but it's actually a law.

    www.dumblaws.com
  2. Xmaveric Force Ghost

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    Back to the Daily Trivia... :)


    Blaise Pascal, the 17th-century French mathematician, said that if Cleopatra's nose had been differently shaped ? aquiline, for instance ? or if Cromwell's bladder had not been obstructed and he had lived longer, the history of the world would have been altered.
  3. BaseDeltaZero Jedi Master

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    You have been watching Back to The Future to much. :)
  4. Xmaveric Force Ghost

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    Grace Kelly, soon to wed Prince Rainier of Monaco, wore her exquisite 12-carat emerald diamond engagement ring in High Society (1956).
  5. Xmaveric Force Ghost

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    The stepped sides of the mammoth pyramids were once smooth and not climbable. They were originally covered with a casing of fine, dressed limestone. Over the eons, the casing stones were stripped off the pyramids and used for other building projects.
  6. KnnOs Force Ghost

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    MAXIS, the game company, spelled backwards is

    ,ynapmoc emag eht ,SIX AM
  7. Xmaveric Force Ghost

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    The word ?struthious? refers to something that resembles or is related to ostriches.
  8. Xmaveric Force Ghost

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    Reportedly, Clint Eastwood wore the same poncho in all three of his famous spaghetti Westerns (A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, and The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly) directed by Sergio Leone in the 1960s.
  9. KnnOs Force Ghost

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    All leapords are left handed. No kidding.
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