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TODAY’S QUESTION

[slang] What popular ’80s song took its title from a British phrase meaning to convince someone by using polysyllabic words, convoluted speech, or nonsensical explanations?

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That question, again: What medical procedure got a boost in popularity in 2000 after being featured on a very special episode of The Today Show, a phenomenon researchers dubbed the “Couric effect”?

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[medicine] What medical procedure got a boost in popularity in 2000 after being featured on a very special episode of The Today Show, a phenomenon researchers dubbed the “Couric effect”?

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That question, again: The original Austrian version was called “Und jetzt ist es still.” When Betty Hutton performed it, it was called “Blow a Fuse.” What was this song called when Björk covered it?

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[music] The original Austrian version was called “Und jetzt ist es still.” When Betty Hutton performed it, it was called “Blow a Fuse.” What was this song called when Björk covered it?

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That question, again: Who died in 1988 because 5343 people each spent $1 to call 1-900-720-2666?

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[pop culture] Who died in 1988 because 5343 people each spent $1 to call 1-900-720-2666?

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That question, again: What film takes its name from Hawaiian gangster Eddie Kim’s plot to eliminate a witness before he can testify in a Los Angeles courtroom?

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[movies] What film takes its name from Hawaiian gangster Eddie Kim’s plot to eliminate a witness before he can testify in a Los Angeles courtroom?

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That question, again: What application, the most popular on Facebook, recently revealed that it has more active users than all of Twitter?

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[Internet] What application, the most popular on Facebook, recently revealed that it has more active users than all of Twitter?

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That question, again: If you want a random, deep-catalog playlist of “adult hits,” you can check out Jack FM, Bob FM, Dave FM, or Joe FM. But the radio station franchise that “plays anything country” is “hosted” by what male first name?

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TODAY’S QUESTION

If you want a random, deep-catalog playlist of “adult hits,” you can check out Jack FM, Bob FM, Dave FM, or Joe FM. But the radio station franchise that “plays anything country” is “hosted” by what male first name?

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That question, again: What visual artist springs to mind when you see the iconic Radiant Baby?

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[art] When you see Love Symbol #2, you think Prince. What visual artist springs to mind when you see the iconic Radiant Baby?

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That question, again: What 2009 film ends with the line “Nice to meet you. I’m Autumn”?

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[movies] What 2009 film ends with the line “Nice to meet you. I’m Autumn”?

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That question, again: What novel is divided into three sections subtitled “Teenage Car-Songs,” “Teenage Love-Songs,” and “Teenage Death-Songs”?

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(literature) What novel is divided into three sections subtitled “Teenage Car-Songs,” “Teenage Love-Songs,” and “Teenage Death-Songs”?

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That question, again: What game show from the mid-’90s was co-hosted by Chris Hardwick?

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