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... cornucopia, 60 minutes; Tinkerbell

by Florence Shea

 



Male turkeys fan out their tail feathers to attract a mate.

A baby turkey is called a Poult.

Mythology offers multiple explanations of the origin of the cornucopia. In
one myth, the cornucopia was created when Heracles (Roman Hercules)
wrestled with the river god Achelous and wrenched off one of his horns; river
gods were sometimes depicted as horned.

In Massachusetts you cannot scare a pigeon.

In Baltimore it is illegal to scrub or wash in a sink.

In Boise Idaho you are not allowed to fish from a giraffes back.

In Boston gorillas are banned from the back seat of a car.

No theme song/music is what separates “60 Minutes,” from every other TV
show.

The most popular boat name is Obsession.

100 % of all lottery winners gain weight.

The state of Florida is bigger than England.

It was once the law to have a pet dog in a city in Iceland.

Margaret Kerry was the live action model for Walt Disney’s Tinkerbell.

Almonds are a member of the peach family.

Before Late Night Television, Jay Leno appeared in an episode of Laverne and
Shirley.

In “American Graffiti”, the license plate on Richard Dreyfusses’ car is changed
every time.
  



November 7, 2014

    Sources: sporcle.com; wikipedia.org; triviafool.com; qsl.net;
dan.hersam.com


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