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11/26/22

[Answer] What was the original name of Pac-Man?

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What was the original name of Pac-Man?


  • Puck-Man:First released as Puck-Man, the name was later changed to Pac-Man. The original Japanese name was Puck-man, which evolved from the Japanese word paku, meaning "chomp." Given the closeness to a certain explicit four-letter English word, a lot of arcade operators at the time were worried that vandals would alter the letter P. Eventually, "Pac" was suggested as an alternate name. Hence the name Pac-Man came to be. Pac-Man has the highest brand awareness of any video game character among American consumers, recognized by 94% of them.



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11/25/22

[Answer] Norm Macdonald, Jason Alexander, and Reba McEntire have all appeared in TV commercials as which iconic character?

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Norm Macdonald, Jason Alexander, and Reba McEntire have all appeared in TV commercials as which iconic character?


  • Colonel Sanders:In 2015, KFC launched one of their most popular and successful ad campaigns. The fast-food giant began casting different actors and comedians to play their beloved founder, Colonel Sanders. Audiences fell in love with the commercials, and fans quickly turned to the internet to uncover which new actor was hiding behind the iconic white suit, black bowtie, and black-rimmed glasses. Some notable celebrities who have played Colonel Sanders include Norm Macdonald, Jason Alexander, Rob Lowe, Darrell Hammond, Ray Liotta, and Reba McEntire.



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[Answer] Which Native American tribe was involved in the first Thanksgiving?

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Which Native American tribe was involved in the first Thanksgiving?


  • Wampanoag:The origin of the Thanksgiving holiday dates back to a harvest feast held in 1621 between the Wampanoag, a Native tribe who occupied the land long before, and the newly settled English colonists in America. Although the two groups formed an alliance for a time, the years that followed led to the mass killing of the Native American people, the seizing of their land, and the enslavement of their people. For the Wampanoags and many other American Indians, the fourth Thursday in November is considered a day of mourning, not a day of giving thanks.



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11/24/22

[Answer] Which NFL team has the most wins on Thanksgiving Day?

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Which NFL team has the most wins on Thanksgiving Day?


  • Detroit Lions:The Dallas Cowboys have played on Thanksgiving every year since 1966, with the exception of 1975 and 1977. Therefore, they'd be a reasonable guess for the team with the most Turkey Day victories. However, it's the Detroit Lions who actually hold the record for most Thanksgiving Day victories with 37 (compared to the Cowboys' 31). The Lions owe their record to longevity, having played on the holiday 82 times, compared to the Dallas Cowboys' 54 appearances. The Lions also hold the record for most Thanksgiving Day losses with 43.



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[Answer] Which holiday is described in Chicago's hit song "Saturday in the Park"?

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Which holiday is described in Chicago's hit song "Saturday in the Park"?


  • Fourth of July:"Saturday in the Park" is a song written by vocalist Robert Lamm and recorded by the group Chicago for their 1972 album Chicago V. The song reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the band's highest-charting single at the time. Lamm was inspired to write the song while strolling through New York City's Central Park on July 4, 1970. The song opens with the lyrics "Saturday in the park, I think it was the Fourth of July." Lamm based the melody of the song on "You Won't See Me" by The Beatles, something he has openly admitted.



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