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PopQuizzical Daily! for July 26, 2013

The U.S. postal system was established on this day in 1775, however the first nationally recognized and uniformly priced stamps didn’t come along until 1845.  How much was that first national U.S. stamp price?

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Louise Brown was the first baby born via 'in vitro fertilization', or IVF.

Louise was the first human born that was conceived outside of the human body.  Just think of that achievement!  Today’s kids can’t even add without the help of a calculator, and Louise figured out how to get back inside her mom to get born.  Modern babies have gotten so complacent.

Seriously, I think today’s image stole anything funny I could type here.

 

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