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February 2009: The Month In Review

written by: Phreekshow
 
February 2009 began with Super Bowl XLIII and culminated with Barack Obama announcing the timeline of U.S. troop withdrawals from Iraq!

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In February 2009, this famous athlete was suspended from his sport due to an illegal substance violation.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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On February 9, 2009 New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez (A-Rod) admitted to using performance enhancing drugs.
False
True


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On February 8, 2009 brush-fires wreaked havoc in the Southeast portion of this continent.
Australia
Asia
Africa
South America


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What team was defeated by the Pittsburgh Steelers in Superbowl XLIII on February 1, 2009?



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In February 2009 peanut butter products made hundreds of people across the U.S. sick.
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What was the name of Bill Clinton's famous pet cat that died on February 20, 2009?
Puss
George
Socks
Shoes


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This newly chosen US Secretary of State went to Japan on February 17, 2009 to discuss global financial crises.



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February 2009 had an extra day and ended on the 29th.
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False


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On February 18, 2009 this automobile company announced that it would cut 47,000 jobs in 2009.
General Motors
Chrysler
Ford
Toyota


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The thirteenth day of February 2009 fell on a Friday.
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