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PopQuizzical Daily! for December 28, 2012:

The phrase “dressed to the nines”: do you think it’s origin is Scottish, Russian or Spanish?

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Ok, so I haven’t seen Zardoz, and after reading the information on it I’m not sure that I need to – but this picture of Sean Connery is, oh man, it’s a lot of things at the same time.

Say hello to my little friend.  Oh, and my gun.

Say hello to my little friend.  Oh, and also my gun.

I’m not going to say anything bad about it, because I’m convinced that Connery has legendary ‘old man strength’ which means he could punch me in the throat: WITH HIS MIND.  That’s how old man strength works, right?

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