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PopQuizzical Daily! for June 28, 2012:

Originally 100 degrees Fahrenheit was to represent what baseline temperature?
(Answer in tomorrow’s PopQuizzical Daily!)
Yesterday's PopQuizzical Daily! answer: 
No, it wouldn’t come back to you even though you totallly wrote “ME” – it would go to Maine.  The modern state postal codes went into effect in 1963, with only Nebraska having a code change from “NB” to “NE”.  I guess that means if we ever have a state called New England we’ll just have to use “FU”, won’t we U.S. Postal Service?

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