Without looking, here I go...
1 How many ways are there to make change for a dollar bill? a... ton?
2 T or F – Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated? true
3 What is the only fish that can blink with both eyes? shark... maybe
4 Which hand does most of the typing? left
5 Two-thirds of the world’s eggplant is grown in what US state? ill go with Iowa, as I have no idea
6 All of the clocks in “Pulp Fiction” are stuck on what time? 4:20. Duhh....
7 Almonds are part of what fruit family? there are families WITHIN fruit too? are you sure you didn't screw that question up?
8 What is the only state whose name is just one syllable? Maine
9 Who were Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie named after? The odd couple? maybe? some old show/movie i forgot or haven't seen
10 What are the only four words in the English language to end in “dous”? tremendous, stupendous, horrendous, and... damn
11 On a Canadian two-dollar bill, what country’s flag is flying over the Parliament building? everyone says its America's flag, but they are wrong. i'll provide a link later. but its a varitaion of the canadian royal flag.
12 What animal/creature is known for having the largest eyes in the world? giant squid
13 What occupation was on Al Capone’s business cards? furniture mover
14 T or F After the death of her husband, poet Percy Shelley, Mary Shelley (author of Frankenstein) kept his heart wrapped up in silk until she died. Why not? sure, true.
15 The shortest war in history was between Zanzibar and Great Britain in 1896. How long did it last? 3 hours
16 T or F In 1994 Los Angeles police arrested a man for dressing as the Grim Reaper - complete with scythe - and standing outside the windows of old people's homes, staring in. true?
17 How many dimples are on a regulation golf ball?[/quote] 64? who knows
And that's it... I'll edit it to see how i did.
Huh... no answers posted yet. C'mon, pigs... answers...
But here is afore promised link...
(ahem) well, the link doesn't work... but go to http://www.cdnpapermoney.com
, then scroll down to mid page and click on "Pages of Interest, American Flag on $2 Bill?"