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PopQuizzical Daily! for January 6, 2013:

Elisha Otis showed off what new invention at the 1854 New York World’s Fair?

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A palindrome.

The word “palindrome” was coined from the Greek roots palin (“again”) and dromos (“way, direction”).  You may feel free to infer that Sarah ‘Palin’ is as much a palindrome as I am.  Oh wait, my name is Bob…

PopQuizzical may not be a palindrome, but “Bob” sure is.  Suck on that, anybody named “Dave”.

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