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Fact or Feces

poo_3There are so many bags of crap being set aflame on the front porch of knowledge that we at Thundersquee! felt like it was time to do something about it. We were all ready to put on our boots and get to stompin’ when we realized it would be more fun to let our Squeers! do it. So, we pass the boots on to you. Be careful though, not all the nuggets contained within are composed of fecal matter–some are golden nuggets of truth and only you can decide which is which.

And remember, no cheating. The only thing cheaters will win is the swift brick of justice.

Here’s this week’s challenge:


[poll id=”49″]

The answer will be posted at 5PM Pacific. [Editor’s Note: due to sheer drunkiness, we failed to report the answer yesterday.  Please don’t leave us.  We’re very sorry.  Well make it up to you somehow.]

FACT

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July 8, 2009 - Posted by | Fact or Feces | , , ,

4 Comments »

  1. Fact? Really? Really?

    I thought only Buddhists did stuff like that, and that Popes had to raise up through the ranks or something. Obviously, I’m not Catholic.

    Comment by TheHobo | July 8, 2009 | Reply

  2. From Wikipedia (so take it with a grain of sanctified salt):

    Youngest popes
    The data to determine the age and dates of birth of the youngest Popes is frequently unavailable, as Popes have generally been elected at older ages in modern times. The youngest Pope was probably either Pope Benedict IX (who became Pope at an unknown age between 11 and 20) or Pope John XII (who was 18 at the beginning of his papacy).

    Also, please bear in mind that this was in 1032… so yes, now the process is quite different from back in the day.

    Comment by SeaKat | July 8, 2009 | Reply

  3. Why does papacy sound like a dirty medical condition?

    Comment by baby fish mouth | July 8, 2009 | Reply

  4. papacy smear

    Comment by WhoMee | July 8, 2009 | Reply


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