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Michael Jordan took a break from his NBA career to play minor league baseball
The lyrics of the Star-Spangled Banner celebrate the battle of Iwo Jima during WWII
The Star-Spangled Banner was written during the War of 1812
It has snowed in Minneapolis in July
Minneapolis has never received snow in June, July, or August
Florida was one of the original 13 colonies
Neil Armstrong walked on the moon the same year as the Woodstock Music Festival
Both events happened in the summer of 1969
The White House is the largest office building in the United States
The Pentagon is the largest office building in the US, and indeed, the world
The U.S. has invaded Cuba
The U.S. invaded Cuba during the Spanish-American war of 1898
Ulysses S. Grant had a brother named Achilles S. Grant who was also a Civil War general
Stanford is in the Ivy League
The best-selling vehicle in the United States is the Ford F-150 truck
The Boy Scouts offer a merit badge in rifle shooting
Germany had a colony in what is today central Wisconsin
Bill Clinton was the first President from the Baby Boomer generation
Henry Ford invented the automobile
The two most populous cities in Pennsylvania both start with the letter P
Philadelphia and Pittsburgh
'At the Church Family of Shakers near New Lebanon, New York, Nicholas Bennet wrote in May 1816, "all was froze" and the hills were "barren like winter". Temperatures went below freezing almost every day in May. The ground froze on June 9. On June 12, the Shakers had to replant crops destroyed by the cold. On July 7, it was so cold that everything had stopped growing. The Berkshire Hills had frost again on August 23, as did much of the upper northeast.'
Keep in mind that Minneapolis was founded in 1867 so we can't consider temperatures from the ice age or something.
(we've also had blizzards in late March and heat waves around Christmas; the joys of mid-Atlantic temperate-zone living)
Def would expect Minneapolis to have snow in July, guess that's like I know you could ski in July in some mountains but didn't technically snow in city.
I know germans have communities back east, would have thought Germany had a colony but guess "technically" didn't have colony just a ton of germans.
A company called Magnavox released a game called Table Tennis on their own system (the Odyssey) a months before Pong which was extremely similar to Pong, so much so that they actually sued Atari when Pong proved a success, forcing Atari to pay a $1.5 million licensing fee to Magnavox as compensation. The guy who created Table Tennis (Ralph Baer) is commonly thought of as the father of video games, not anyone that worked for Atari.
Out of the remaining 10, I got 2 correct. Some good luck. (.____.)