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Get a question a day emailed to you.

Brand-new thing for November 2013: A Question a Day via email.

Every weekday, I’ll send you one trivia question. Don’t worry, you get the answer, too — but in the next email, along with a brand new question. It’s a cycle.

Oh gosh yes please send me a trivia question every weekday.

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You might learn something new. You might find out how much you already know. You might get something to think about.

I might include more stuff in a given newsletter — bonus questions, facts, factoids, cactoids, links, etc. — but I won’t send email to this list more often than once a day. And I try to keep ’em short.

And spam? Ugh. I won’t send it to you, and I won’t give your email address to anyone else to send it, either.

This week’s theme: Knitting.

Name the movie: In the final scene, a mother of two reveals that she’s pregnant again when she unveils a hand-knit, three-legged baby outfit.

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This week’s theme: Knitting.

Tricoteuses were women who would knit while sitting and watching what macabre machine do its work?

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This week’s theme: Knitting.

What nonprofit organization recently sent a cease-and-desist notice to Ravelry.com when they noticed that the site’s annual competition included events like the “afghan marathon”?

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This week’s theme: Hearts.

What literary transplant recipient made a full recovery after receiving a donor heart “made entirely of silk and stuffed with sawdust”?

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This week’s theme: Hearts.

Which Nirvana song inspired the name of Joe Hill’s debut novel, in which a rock star buys a haunted suit that comes in an unusual package?

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This week’s theme: Hearts.

According to the first line of his untitled poem, where did Stephen Crane come across a “naked, bestial” creature eating its own heart? And how did it taste?

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This week’s theme: Hearts.

In what early ’90s sitcom did Markie Post and John Ritter fall in love in D.C., get married, and move to a small southern town in the second season?

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This week’s theme: Hearts

If you’re playing Hearts according to Hoyle, what card is worth 13 points if you take it in a trick?

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In Ed McBain’s novels about the police of the 87th Precinct, the island of Isola is a fictionalized version of what real-world island?

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