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1-Chain of "mid-range" department stores based in Texas--and recently renown for revolving door on CEO.

2-More than 800 club locations across the USA despite company name inferring otherwise; headquartered right here in good old Irvine!

3-Once purveyor of financial advice, operated 1887 to 2007 when it was acquired by Wachovia which was later acquired by Wells Fargo.  Got it?

4-They do not have a blimp.

5-Founded in 1862, it's ginormous piano keyboard added to its renown in a Big film.

6-Publisher (for over 75 years) of ... well, here's some of the list: The Flash, Batman, Green Lantern, Superman ...

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1-Joseph was originally from which city?





2-Which animals does Scripture indicate were present at Jesus' birth?

         A-Cows, sheep, goats

         B-Sheep and goats only

         C-Various barnyard animals

         D-None of the above

3-How did Joseph and Mary get to Bethlehem?



         C-Joseph walked while Mary rode a donkey

         D-Who knows?

4-How many wise men came to see Jesus?




         D-We don't know

5-Where did the wise men find Jesus?

         A-In a manger

         B-In Nazareth

         C-In a house

         D-None of the above

6-Who told Mary and Joseph to go to Bethlehem?

         A-Angel chorus

         B-Mary's ...

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Trivia-Christmas-People1-What disabled child rang out with the merriest Christmas message (full name)?

2-She was seated in the carriage that was "upsot."

3-Can you name George's angel—his full name?

4-He was waiting for the consolation of Israeland met him in person!  (I'm OK with no last name on this one.)

5-His music forms a great part of the Great American Songbookincluding "White Christmas."

6-He was born on Christmas Day 1918 and rose to lead his countryand lost his life in assassination (1981).

7-Can you name the artist whose Santa(s) with Coke in hand became ...

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In a slight twist on the usual ... can you name the beloved Christmas movie that fits the description??  BONUS points for lead actor.

1-This movie was mentioned in an FBI file from 1947 when an analyst passed along concern that the film was an obvious attempt to discredit bankers—a "common trick used by Communists."

2-This movie's actor, who had to prove identity in the film, played the same role in the store's real-life annual parade 1946.

3-Mythbusters has tested it and it's true.  Word to the wise
never triple dog dare the taunt in this ...

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WeddingObviously, this was for LAST week for good reason ... but ... this week will do :-).

Name the Bride/Name the Groom of these memorable weddings!

1-She was a future broadcaster/painter/musician/advocate; he was a high school coach and history prof.

2-She was celebrated for her charity work and adored her two sons; he was a future King-although that hasn't happened yet!

3-She was "Shortcake"; he was the step-son of a drive-in owner.

4-She was a former First Lady; he was a Greek shipping magnate.

5-She was not as attractive as her sister; he was his mother's favorite ...

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Trivia: "HALL OF FAMERs"

  • Tuesday, November 10, 2015
  • Peggy Campbell
  • Just 4 Fun!

Helen-Hunt-Bill-Paxton1-Starred Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton.

2-Chutes and Ladders in sweet territory.

3-Q & Z = 10 points.

4-Moldable silicone-based substance with remarkable properties of stretching and bouncing.

5-Currently starring in Lay's commercials.

6-Multi-colored 3-D combination puzzle named for its inventor.

7-Bittersweet; Mango Tango; Dandelion; Pine Green; Cerulean Blue; Purple Heart; Pink Flamingo; Fuzzy Wuzzy; et al.

8-A precompressed helical spring that can perform a # of tricks including travelling down a flight of stairs.

9-The prototype was empty pie plate-in fact, thus the name.

10-A hunk of plastic, cardboard reels, 3D images.

Got the claim to fame?  Email your answers ...

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