, , , , , , ,

PopQuizzical Daily! for July 27, 2013

What U.S. folk legend of the 1800s real name was John Chapman?

Answer tomorrow in PopQuizzical Daily! —> Listen to the “Night of the LIving Dead” audio quiz here!
Like today’s question? Add PopQuizzical Daily! to your RSS feed —-> here
And be sweet, please retweet!
Five cents.

A nickel?!  To put that in perspective, to send a letter less than 300 miles (the rate coverage for that first stamp) would have cost you about $1.21.  Tell your grandpa that and see his head twist off.  Then take his style. 

Contrary to pop culture rumors, Ben Franklin was not made out of stamps – he was merely on one. He was made out of breakfast cereals.

Get the ‘PopQuizzical‘ podcast:

  • [iTunes] Subscribe to the PopQuizzical podcast through iTunes
  • [RSS] Add the PopQuizzical podcast feed directly into your aggregator

Host: Bob Ball (@PopQuizzical & @BobBallVO) — Wanna find out more about the ‘PopQuizzical Street Team’? Email us! Questions/Comments/PopQuizzical show ideas? Email Podcast@PopQuizzical.com