Thursday, December 5 Norm MacDonald anchored the fake news on "Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update." But his brother, Neil, actually is a reporter in Canada, and is currently the Washington, D.C., correspondent for The National, the flagship news program on …Read more. Wednesday, December 4 There's a Guns N' Roses album called The Spaghetti Incident? (That question mark is part of the title: long story.) On that album is a bonus track called "Look at Your Game, Girl." And that song is by mass murderer Charles Manson. The …Read more. Tuesday, December 3 The Kennedy family thought Joe Junior would be their president, until he died during WWII. Likewise, the Bush family expected Jeb Bush to become president, not George W. But in 1994, Jeb lost his first run to be governor of Florida. And W. won in …Read more. PAUL'S TRIVIABITS (TM) - WEEKLY The Kennedy family thought Joe Junior would be their president, until he died during WWII. Likewise, the Bush family expected Jeb Bush to become president, not George W. But in 1994, Jeb lost his first run to be governor of Florida. And W. won in …Read more.more articles
RELEASE: MARCH 3, 2012
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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