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In the 1730s, Lord Baltimore agreed that Maryland's northern border should be 15 miles south of South Street in Philadelphia. This seemed to mean that Maryland had a claim to south Philly, except that it turned out that all of Maryland's surveyed borders were wrong. Maryland has another odd bit of border: a mile of Maryland, around Hancock in Washington County, separates Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

According to Elmo and Patsy, who got run over by a reindeer?

A) Easter Bunny

B) Grandma

C) Rudolph

D) Santa

Previous answer: Steinway is LVB.

TRIVIA FANS: Send the trivia questions you've always wanted answered, or original TriviaBits ideas of your own, with your full name and hometown, to Paul Paquet at paul@triviahalloffame.com or visit him online at www.triviahalloffame.com.

Paul Paquet has been writing trivia since the early 1990s, and has written roughly 100,000 questions.

For more, visit triviahalloffame.com or e-mail him at paul@triviahalloffame.com.

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