The Trivia Hound


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Nicola Tesla's experiments with rotating magnetic fields and charged-particle rays made him the ideal person to help me "fix" the Wayback Machine. Or so I thought. We must have stumbled into a parallel universe. Is that who I think it is...?

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| posted by John, 10:00 PM | 18 comments |

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While returning from 1976 the Wayback Machine started sparking and I had to hit the Emergency Stop. It's 1939! I'll try to make repairs; in the meantime, maybe someone can identify these late '30s images:

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| posted by John, 10:10 PM | 20 comments |

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Let's take another spin in the Wayback Machine. Remember these spirits of '76?

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| posted by John, 10:24 PM | 18 comments |

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Can you name the album and artist?

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| posted by John, 11:57 PM | 6 comments |

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Here's a less taxing one for your Friday. What were they trying to sell you?

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Look for the next puzzle on Monday.

| posted by John, 12:32 AM | 13 comments |

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Name these shows and tell me what they had in common.
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| posted by John, 10:00 PM | 27 comments |

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Which one doesn't belong, and why?
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| posted by John, 8:00 PM | 23 comments |

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Sherman, set the way-back machine for 1982. Reagan was president, AT&T broke apart, and 4,150 Moonies married in Madison Square Garden. You didn't care, because you were watching:
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| posted by John, 10:19 PM | 21 comments |