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When the Beatles started their careers, the U.S. versions of their albums would be a couple tracks shorter than the British versions. This left behind enough unreleased content to create a whole new U.S. album, which was called "Yesterday and Today." The Beatles did not like their albums being butchered this way, which may be why the original cover art depicts them hacking up bloody dolls in butchers' gowns. It was replaced with a shot of the band posed around a steamer trunk. It sold poorly.
When Cambridge University banned dogs from student dorms, what future poet kept a pet bear instead?
A) Lord Acton
B) Lord Byron
C) Lord Nelson
D) Lord Tennyson
Previous answer: Martin Sheen's sons are Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen.
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