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  Trivia Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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Rat-Catchers Day

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Fact of the Day
It took three years of constant printing to complete Johann Gutenberg's famous Bible, which appeared in 1455 in two volumes, and had 1,284 pages. He reportedly printed 200 Bibles, of which 47 still exist.
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Quote of the Day
"I sense that I am alive at a time of important change, and I feel a responsibility to make sure that the change comes out well. I plant my acorns knowing that I will never live to harvest the oaks."
- Danny Hillis
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Word of the Day
Pronunciation: /spi-LUNG-kuh/
n : a person who explores and studies caves, especially as a hobby
"I've been a spelunker for many years but still have no idea what I'm doing."
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 Scrambled Trivia
What was the location of the last Winter Olympics of the 20th century?


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 Bad Predictions
"There is by no means the same certainty today as a decade ago that the atoms of an element contain hidden sources of energy."
- Sir Ernest Rutherford, called the "father of nuclear physics" for his studies on the structure atoms, 1923.
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 Today In History
July 22, 1933
Wiley Post, U.S. pioneer aviator, became the first person to fly solo around the world, in seven days, 18 hours and 49 minutes.
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Alex Trebek
Game show host
b: 1940 -

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 Entertainment Trivia
MGM box office favorites Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy, while paired as sweethearts in many successful film musicals in the 1930's and 1940's, were rumored to be enemies, each ruthlessly determined to outshine the other on the screen.
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