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L.M. Boyd Trivia

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• Every air traffic controller worldwide works the job in English.

• Spring moves 30 miles farther north every day.

• Calvin Coolidge chose to stay fit by riding a mechanical horse.

• If you’re such a sports authority, how come you don’t know what a “battledore” is? Never mind, it’s a Badminton racket. Badminton is too a sport.

• New York landlords in the 1930s evicted about 17,000 tenants a month.

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