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Saturday, March 2
Nowadays, the Oscars attract more attention for celebrity frocks than for the actual awards themselves. When Lizzie Gardiner won an Oscar for Best Costume Design, she accepted in a dress she'd made from 254 AmEx Gold cards. She had won the prize for "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." AmEx played along: It issued each card in her name, although none of them were valid.
Who quoted Numbers 23:23, when he asked "What hath God wrought?" on May 24, 1844?
A) Abraham Lincoln
B) Samuel Morse
C) Harriet Tubman
D) William Wordsworth
Previous answer: William Shatner was in "The People." Poor guy.
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