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"365 AMAZING TRIVIA FACTS FOR 2014"

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Every Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR.com!!

THIS WEEK'S QUESTIONS

1. How long does it take the star-nosed mole--the fastest eating mammal--to identify and gobble down a chunk of food?

2. What European country kept the music to its national anthem but dropped the lyrics after its longtime dictator died?

3. For how many years was the soap opera Guiding Light on radio and TV before it was cancelled in 2009?

4. What did rebellious Boston colonists do to British customs commissioner John Malcolm in 1775 when he attemped to collect tax of tea?

5. When it comes to art, why does Las Vegas casino magnate Syeve Wynn call himself the Inspector Clouseau of collectors?

Next week's tease: What automobile company was the first foreign rival purchased by a Chinese carmaker? Start thinking about it and we'll give you the answer next Tuesday...

 

THIS WEEK'S ANSWERS

1. It averages less than a quarter of a second--precisely 23 milliseconds--according to the journal Nature.

2. Spain. The most recent lyrics for its "La Marcha Real" (The Royal March) were written for General Francisco Franco--and abandoned following his death and the restoration of the monarchy in 1975.

3. 72. The long-running soap started out on radio as a 15-minute dramatic series on January 25, 1937.

4. They forced him to drink large quantities of hot tea after stripping him, tar-and-feathering him, and parading him through the streets of Boston.

5. For accidentally poking his elbow through Pablo Picasso's painting The Dream, the day before he was to turn it over to a buyer for $139 million.

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