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Wide-Ranging Events

Posted by Phil Jamieson   Nov 2, 2023 8:00:00 AM

Photo by Library of Congress on UnsplashOn this day in 1976, Jimmy Carter was elected 39th president of the United States. In 1947, Howard Hughes’ Spruce Goose flew for the first … and last … time. In 1929, Richard Taylor, Nobel Prize-winning physicist who proved the existence of quarks, was born. In 1889, North Dakota was made the 39th state, and South Dakota was made the 40th state. And in 1570, a tidal wave in the North Sea destroyed the sea walls from Holland to Jutland. More than 1,000 people were killed. Do you have what it takes to rise to fame and fortune on your intellect alone? Or are you strictly a flatlander unable to rise to any level of importance in this age of ineloquence? Take our test and find out!



How do you stack up?

1 to 2

Doppelganger for actor George Lindsey

 3 to 5

Let's do lunch - but we'll 'go Dutch'

6 to 7

You qualify to be president

8 to 9

Smart as a billionaire


Nobel prize for vocabulary



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