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PopQuizzical Daily! for November 8, 2012

From 1942-1963, the Canadian nickel wasn’t round like most coinage.  How many sides on it’s edge did the nickel have?

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Yesterday's PopQuizzical Daily! answer:
NBC debuted an electoral map for the 1976 Carter v. Ford presidential election that featured red and blue bulbs for who won what state.  However, the board featured red bulbs for the liberal candidate Carter and blue for the conservative Ford.  The red for conservative/blue for liberal came later, after I realized that the red blood that ran through my veins wanted more fiscal conservatism than the blue blood in my veins.  That’s a Grade-A top shelf political-biology joke there, my friend.  Try and get that from ‘The Verge’.

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