Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Trivia Tuesday

George Harrison played 26 instruments: guitar, sitar, four-string guitar, bass guitar, arp bass, violin, tamboura, dobro, swordmandel, tabla, organ, piano, moog synthesizer, harmonica, autoharp, glockenspiel, vibraphone, xylophone, claves, African drum, conga drum, tympani, ukulele, mandolin, marimba and Jal-Tarang.

Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon with his left foot first.

In 1961, Martha Stewart was selected as one of Glamour magazine;s "Ten Best-Dressed College Girls."

When Steven Spielberg used product placement in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), he used Reese's Pieces only because M & M's parent company didn't want their product associated with aliens and UFOs.

According to his interview on the series Inside the Actors Studio (1994), Steven Spielberg’s favorite curse word is “Rats!"


Santa Fe, New Mexico is the highest state capital at 7,000 feet above sea level.

What does it mean for a bowler to score a turkey?
To hit three strikes in a row.

In the ancient Mediterranean world there was no soap. An item normally found in the kitchen was also used for washing the body. What was it?

The pleasant feeling of eating chocolate is caused by a chemical called anadamide, a neurotransmitter which also is produced naturally in the brain.

That's my trivia for today.

Have a great week!!!

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