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PopQuizzical Daily! for July 6, 2013

In Pink Floyd’s song “Money”, what’s the first metaphor the band uses for ‘money’?

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And you thought Spam was a thousand years old, didn’t you?  Nope.  In 1937, the Hormel company launched a chopped pork/ham combo in a glaze and called it Spam.  How did it come to be known as “Spam”?  No one knows for sure, and Hormel isn’t telling.  Probably because the thought of the name of it is a code for “Something that Probably fell from an Asteroid of Meat”.  Your move, Hormel.

Have you ever eaten a can of Spam directly from the can? No, me neither. And yes, I’m lying. I hope you aren’t.

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