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  1. about 5 years ago on Arlo and Janis

    That blinker fluid joke was used in cartoon in 2006. It starred The Talented Mr. Bixby and can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ymsv_6Ea7u8.

  2. about 5 years ago on Ziggy

    United would have dragged Ziggy off the plane.

  3. about 5 years ago on Luann Againn

    The two keywords in the question are consecutive and even. Your integers are even but they are not consecutive.

  4. about 5 years ago on Grand Avenue

    I can’t even walk through the perfume area of some stores because the smells are so strong. Some stores, like Perfumania, Sephora, and Bath and Body Works. I can’t even walk past unless I’m on the other side of the mall walkway. Strong fragrances and asthma don’t mix.

  5. over 5 years ago on Trivquiz

    You mean who Cliff Richard is. He is still alive and living in the UK. He is a British actor and singer. You can read more about him at this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cliff_Richard

  6. almost 6 years ago on Wee Pals

    This is just ridiculous. Amen has nothing to do with gender. It’s from Ancient Latin and means “so be it.”

  7. almost 6 years ago on Random Acts of Nancy

    For a short time there was. World War II ended in 1945. All rationing ended in 1946.

  8. almost 6 years ago on Luann

    I grew up loving Willie Tyler and Lester, especially their Hambone routine.

  9. almost 6 years ago on JumpStart

    I can understand how you got to the Mighty Mouse theme. You started with modified version of the theme to “Mark of the Mouse” show from the Pixie and Dixie cartoon of the same name (the true theme says He’s instead of They’re) and started thinking of other mouse heroes. Naturally, the first one that came to mind was Mighty Mouse.

  10. about 6 years ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Those numbers are larger than 599. Every time you add a zero you multiply by 10. The panel clearly says SMALLEST. You’d have a slight argument if you used decimal points in place of your commas but the panel refers to whole, positive integers.