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Category Archives: Question of the Week
What man walked into a Philadelphia studio in 1974 with $900 in his pocket and walked out with the #1 hit “Be Thankful for What You Got”?
John F. Kennedy wasn’t the only person Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly killed on November 22nd, 1963. He also presumably shot and killed this Dallas police officer. Who was he?
With one minute left before the armistice to end WWI went into effect, this American soldier charged a German roadblock and was killed, the last American soldier killed in WWI. Who was he?
September 24th is F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 117th birthday. What was his second novel, about a girl named Gloria?
The term “bug” in computers was popularized on September 9th, 1947 when one of these was found in a Mark II at Harvard…it can still be seen at the National Museum of American History. What type of bug was it?