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PopQuizzical Daily! for August 26, 2012:

Neil Armstrong was the first American on the moon, but how many other countries have had citizens on the lunar surface? (Rest in peace, Neil.  You’re a hero in my book.)

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Yesterday's PopQuizzical Daily! answer: 
Nineteen.
This seemingly Lovecraftian shaped multi-sided shape cannot be drawn with a compass and a straight edge.  And besides, no one would say roll your 19-sided die for damage. Twenty is like a battle between the Bloods and the Crits.  See what I did there?  Oh, nevermind.

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