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Tunnels face many negative stereotypes in the popular culture. We can blame that mostly on movies and TV shows. Take the one in this photo (ignore the painted message for now). If you were to enter this tunnel, you would expect

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Semi-Literary Trivia Question of the Week #4

To research the book that would become the “non-fiction novel” In Cold Blood, Truman Capote traveled to Kansas before the murderers were even caught. He was accompanied by childhood friend: Author and poet Conrad Aiken. John Dos Passos, author of the

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Semi-Literary Trivia Question of the Week #3

Which of the following is NOT a real of example of food or drink in an artistic title? (Click the link below to take the quiz in a pop-up window)  Follow my blog by email to be notified of future Semi-Literary Trivia

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Semi-Literary Trivia Question of the Week #2

Oh freddled gruntbuggly, Thy micturitions are to me, As plurdled gabbleblotchits, On a lurgid bee, That mordiously hath bitled out, Its earted jurtles… …is an example of what? An early attempt at nonsense rhyme by Theodore Geisel, later known as

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Fun Shower Activities – Another Winning Blog Entry from Shut Up Dad

Fun Shower Activities With a Partner, to be exact. Be careful in there! But enjoy yourself. Plus: just what were those sounds?

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Semi-Literary Trivia Question of the Week #1

Homer Simpson is the name of: A farmer who joins the Army after he loses his father’s Oklahoma land during the Dust Bowl, in James Jones’ From Here to Eternity. A plumber who is drafted to serve as a proctologist

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