Trivia Bits for Mar 12, 2014 During the Apollo 11, Buzz Aldrin quietly administered communion to himself on the moon. Aldrin, as a Presbyterian elder, was empowered to do this. However, NASA was worried enough about the separation of church and state to have Aldrin hold off …Read more. Trivia Bits for Mar 11, 2014 We have another sports polymath for you! Jackie Robinson was the first person to letter in four sports at UCLA, namely baseball, basketball, football and track. In fact, as an amateur, baseball was considered Jackie Robinson's fifth best sport; he …Read more. Trivia Bits for Mar 10, 2014 The Twilight books are set in Forks, Wash. Which is a real place. Stephenie Meyer searched online for the rainiest place in the U.S., and up came Forks. The community has done its best to cash in. Every Sept. 13, it celebrates Bella's Birthday, and …Read more. Trivia Bits for Mar 08, 2014 The TV series "Medium" came up with a unique gimmick for its 2009 Halloween episode. It used CGI to insert Allison into scenes from the black and white horror classic "Night of the Living Dead." In the show, she wakes from her dreams with …Read more.more articles
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In "Spellbound," the Alfred Hitchcock movie set in an insane asylum, Salvador Dali designed a dream sequence featuring giant floating eyeballs. Dali was also involved in "Destino," a collaboration with Walt Disney. But his most critically acclaimed cinematic work was probably Luis Bunuel's surrealist film "Un Chien Andalou." Although just 17 minutes long, the film was notorious for an opening scene in which a human eye is cut open with a razor blade. Oh, that Dali! What a scamp!
What country calls itself Lyoveldio Island, or just "Island" for short?
Previous answer: A Mississippi high school banned "Fahrenheit 451."
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