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PopQuizzical Daily! for August 17, 2013

The dinosaur named pterodactyl has the Greek root words of pteron and daktylos.  What do those Greek root words mean?

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Dionne Warwick.

Best known for songs like 1986’s “That’s What Friends Are For” or 1967’s “I Say A Little Prayer”, Dionne Warwick had two stints on the TV show ‘Solid Gold’.  Warwick also starred in a series of infomercials in the 1990’s for the “Psychic Friends Network”.  I put their name in quotes, because real psychic friends would have told Dionne that the IRS and the state of California would going to come for their back tax money.

Don’t call this number. Just ask me about your future. I’ll be happy to tell you it will all work itself out. Unfortunately, I also charge $3.99/minute.

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