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Half True Half False X

written by: thaibob
 
This is number 10 in this series and is about all aspects of life. Exactly half are true and half false.

Question 1:


President Hoover almost suffocated after being locked in an airtight vault at Fort Knox.
False
True

Question 2:


In 2006, The United States Senate spent 12 hours debating legislation to protect the northern pike.
False
True

Question 3:


The Manhattan Project was named for Manhattan, a borough of New York City
True
False

Question 4:


When a poppy seed got lodged in the ear of George Gershwin, he suffered partial hearing loss.
False
True

Question 5:


Michael Jackson developed the "moonwalk," while playing in his brother Jermaine's swimming pool.
False
True

Question 6:


On the southeast side of the Chrysler building is an eagle that has withstood over 20 lightning strikes.
True
False

Question 7:


Karl Marx had delicate toes due to an inability to grow toenails.
True
False

Question 8:


Marlon Brando lost both Oscars awarded to him.
True
False

Question 9:


Davy Crockett had unusually short arms and had trouble putting on his own boots.
False
True

Question 10:


Nancy Reagan was bitten on the ankle by a small shark while surfing at Malibu Point, California.
True
False

Question 11:


Thomas Edison filled a pumpkin with vinegar and produced electric power equivalent to the modern car battery.
True
False

Question 12:


Pre-Columbian jars containing brewer's yeast from Japan were discovered in Mexico.
True
False

Question 13:


Morphine is highly combustible.
True
False

Question 14:


President John F. Kennedy lost a frisbee on the roof of the White House.
True
False

Question 15:


Professional sumo wrestlers pay income tax based on body weight.
False
True

Question 16:


Bela Lugosi survived a lightning strike.
True
False

Question 17:


On the back of the solar array of the Hubble telescope is a small decal of a Confederate flag.
False
True

Question 18:


John Huston not only wrote the screenplay for "High Sierra" but composed most of the music.
False
True

Question 19:


The Shroud of Turin was stored in an empty wine cask for almost 5 years.
False
True

Question 20:


Attila the Hun wore a toupee.
False
True

 


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