Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Trivia Tuesday

John Wayne’s enduring nickname, “Duke,” came from his childhood Airedale dog of the same name.
(That's probably not his childhood dog.)
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The White Sands National Park in New Mexico is the largest desert with the fine white sand, made of a mineral called gypsum.
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The giant squid has the largest eyes in the world.

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The Italians invented the viol, violin, cello and piano, and were the greatest representative of Baroque music (Vivaldi, Corelli, Monteverdi, Albinoni, etc.)

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On a clear night, the human eye can see between 2,000 and 3,000 stars in the sky.

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Ohio is the only state not to have a rectangular flag. It's a pennant.

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The smallest bones in the human body are in the ear.
Well, that should not be surprising.
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Nicholas Breakspear wasn't a relative of William Shakespeare, but he did have his own claim to fame: He was the first Englishman to become Pope.

Click HERE to read about Pope Adrian IV.

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My final bit of trivia today is...

I couldn't find a 'real' picture.
I tried.

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So now we know this stuff.

Have a great week.
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