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Question: On St. Patrick's Day in 1965, Chicago mayor Richard Daley did something extremely unusual to the Chicago River. This tradition carried on for many years. What was it?

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Question: The unofficial theme song to George Bush's 1988 presidential campaign was a Grammy-Award winning song with an inspirational title. What song?

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Question: By now, up to 20 U.S. states and three foreign countries have already sued tobacco firms or are planning to do so. What was the first state (in May, 1994) and first city (May, 1996) to do this?

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Question: When a floating moth shorted out an early supercomputer, what new phrase was born?

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