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What man is the co-founder of both PayPal and Tesla Motors?

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Born Charles Bowles, he was much better known as this, and made his last train robbery on November 3rd, 1883.

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What’s the name of the witch in the play Wicked?

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This groups two biggest hits were “Little Green Bag” and “Paloma Blanca” (or “white dove”). Who were they?

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What man’s famous catchphrase was “You ain’t heard nothing yet?”

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This ancient Greek mathematician, poet, astronomer, and father of Geography was the first person to calculate the circumference of the earth.

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What company launched the first email service in 1979, called MicroNET?

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Richard Hollingshead unveiled the first one of these in Camden, NJ on June 6th, 1933. It was a huge hit.

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What group had hits with the songs, “I’ll Take You There” and “Respect Yourself”?

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Begun in 1948 by sculptor Korzak Ziolkowski, a memorial dedicated to this man is still under construction. Who is he?

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What shortlived show on Nickelodeon featured a character named ZZ Zif and took place at Camp Anawanna?

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In the movie Big Lebowski, Walter famously screams, “This is what happens when you f*** a stranger in the ass.” When the film was edited for Comedy Central, what did that line become?

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d3497dd0c203d6e315fe2494eb4fe78dWhat women’s baseball team was founded in Philadelphia in 1922, and took an ill-fated tour of Japan in 1925?

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People always say, “That’s the greatest thing since sliced bread.” But hardly anybody knows who invented sliced bread. Who was it?