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Band that had a 1962 hit with Twist and Shout
Beatles did not have their hit until 1963
Baseball team with the highest winning percentage in World Series
2-0 in WS competition
Country that won the men's soccer gold medal in the 1996 Olympics
no - not Brazil
Animal that pulled the chariot of Norseman's Goddess of Love (Freyja)
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Last name (or title) of mighty rulers that named two summer months after themselves
July (Julius) and August (Augustus)
US Government Agency started to combat counterfeiting of money
formed at the end of the Civil War
The largest type of bear
native to Alaska
The planet with the largest volcano
named Olympus Mons
Second best selling game of all time, Swahili for 'to build'
should have called it Collapse
Original color of the Great Pyramid
due to limestone that has since eroded away
Baskin Robbins best selling ice cream flavor
accounts for one quarter of their sales
Actress that had the most appearances on cover of Life magazine
not as many appearances as marriages, though
Bakery delight that many Russian children get on their birthday
that's no piece of cake
Color that Native Americans historically painted their doors to keep bad spirits out
also keeps salesmen away
Country with largest government run employer in the world
the Indian Railway System employs 1.6M people
Before 1928, these popular spinning toys were called 'bandalore' and 'joujou'
The earliest surviving yo-yo dates to 500 BC
The one letter that does not appear in the periodic table of elements
19th century war that produced over 400,000 morphine addicts
is that worse than being addicted to Sporcle?
Country with the most inland waters and lakes
Canada has 561 lakes with an area larger than 100 km
Lubricant product that got its name for its ability of 'water displacing'
40 refers to the number of times it used to take to loosen up the bolt
December 26th holiday started as a day to give clothing and food to the poor
nowadays it's better to get than to give
Writing implement company name that is French for 'oily chalk'
Crayola also produces Silly Putty
Physicist, theologian, alchemist and astronomer that was a member of the British Parliament
one bad apple don't spoil the whole bunch
City that constructed the first American subway system in 1896
NYC's first subway wasn't opened until 1904
Popular flower that comes from the Turkish word for 'turban'
commercial cultivation of the tulip began in the Ottoman Empire
Ironically, this fruit originated in the African Desert
numerous watermelon seeds were recovered from the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun
The name of the airplane that crashed with Buddy Holly aboard
this led to Don McClean's big hit song
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