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It's Trivia Time

I love trivia! Little facts that are inconsequential, but are interesting little snippets.

For example, what is the smallest city that serves as a state capitol for a U.S. 120 more words

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05-12-2015 Journal–Trivial Pursuits!


I think it’s time for another installment of what this blog is all about,  everyuselessthing. It’s a few of those less than important facts you’ve never known you wanted to know. 415 more words

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President Obama created Survivor


2% of the people think that Obama created Survivor. This does not surprise. Some of them are probably my relatives.

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#GrammarTrivia: "Albeit"

Hello, fellas! Before the weekend ends, let’s begin our #GrammarTrivia session!

Today we will be talking about: “ALBEIT”.

The word is commonly used in American English. 144 more words

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Day 108: Jeopardy Online Test

Last week I wrote a blog about Jeopardy and about how they were looking for a new host, there has not been much news on the host search, but I did throw my name into the hat for the contestant search. 270 more words

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#EngTrivia: About Pun

Pun pronunciation

@rehaneta: by the way, how do you pronounce ‘pun’?” It’s / secara Bahasa “pan” seperti kata panci tanpa ci-nya

You can hear the pronouncatiation here… 257 more words

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Trivia : Tom Clancy and The Hunt for Red October

Even as a kid, Tom Clancy was obsessed with naval history, reading books written for engineers and officers. He went to Loyola University in Baltimore where he studied English and dreamed of being a novelist. 420 more words

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