The first brand-name product ever to be featured on a cover of Time Magazine was displayed on May 15, 1950 (not as an advertisement). What consumable product, which sold for about 5¢ per unit, was it?
The Grand Canyon was carved out of solid rock by the cutting action of what river? The river is also the name of one of the states of the United States but not the state through which the Grand Canyon was carved.
One of the oldest beverages humans have produced dates back to at least the 5th millennium BC and recorded in the written history of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. What is it?
A former slave trader penned the most popular song on earth for the last two centuries. It is estimated to be performed 10 million times annually and has appeared on over 11,000 albums by varying recording artists. What is the song and who wrote it?
Do you pay the same amount when an advertisement reads 99¢ or .99¢? If you do, what is the error in which advertisement? Once you are aware of the math mistake perhaps you will challenge the proprietor where the advertisement exists.
In 1964, this couple's first incarnation was as the duo Caesar and Cleo. In the summer of, 1971, this pair of performers began to host a summer replacement series. The show was so popular that it launched their individual and combined careers. Who are they?
In the words of President Woodrow Wilson on June 14, 1917, "though silent, it speaks to us." To what was he referring?
Taking a cue from "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In," this popular 1960s variety show was hugely successful although over the years some critics have blamed the show and its use of brief segments for shrinking children's attention spans. What is the name of the show?
The American classics are categorized by four distinct entities: a sport, food, dessert and car. They were epitomized in a catchy tune, actually a famed commercial, once in your head you could not get out!
You can fit this dog in your pocket.
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