Trivia Bits for Apr 18, 2014 He started composing as a child, but as the old joke goes, on Dec. 5, 1791, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart started decomposing. He was not, in fact, buried in a pauper's grave, but was interred in a communal grave just outside the city walls of Vienna in …Read more. Trivia Bits for Apr 17, 2014 Strictly speaking, there is no English word that rhymes with "orange." But if you're flexible and include proper nouns, you can rhyme orange with Blorenge, which is a mountain in Wales. Eminem once said that you can also rhyme it with door hinge, …Read more. Trivia Bits for Apr 16, 2014 John Lennon's last live performance wasn't with the Beatles, or with Yoko Ono, but with Elton John. In 1974, he joined John on stage at Madison Square Garden to perform the song they co-wrote, "Whatever Gets You Through the Night." This was Lennon's …Read more. Trivia Bits for Apr 15, 2014 Hollywood, always looking for potential franchises with name recognition, has started looking to classic board games. Despite the fact that a version of "Clue" didn't exactly set the world on fire, Universal released a movie version of "Battleship." …Read more.more articles
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Although the recent Green Lantern movie kind of flopped, the character himself is actually one of DC Comics’ flagship superheroes. The original version appeared in 1940's All-American Comics No. 16. He was Alan Scott and wore an awful red and green uniform. A new version, with a nicer all-green costume, debuted in 1959's Showcase No. 22. This time he was test pilot Hal Jordan. Sadly, Hal tried to destroy the universe, so now Green Lantern is a freelance artist named Kyle Rayner.
Founded by German piano makers, whose stock ticker symbol is LVB, in honor of Ludwig van Beethoven?
Previous answer: All those actors played the Riddler.
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