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    8. John Galt
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    5: 50 mph
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    9) Feathers, though I can't recall if it was duck or goose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reveal View Post
    8) Who did Forbes magazine list as America’s richest fictional character with an infinite estimated net worth – represented by a dollar sign and the infinity symbol ($∞)?
    Bruce Wayne
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    9) Feathers, though I can't recall if it was duck or goose.
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    Goose feathers that were dyed green , wound around small sticks to resemble branches, and then inserted into a bigger stick that served as a tree trunk. They were made as tabletop ornaments after forest preservation laws were passed to stop the decapitation of fir trees.
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    8. Mickey Mouse
    You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.
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    2) the Kennedy Half Dollar.
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    2. braille silver dollar in 2009.
    7. ability of a pet to follow its owner to another location. think homeward board movie
    8. uncle sam for 2008. edit; the list changes every year. santa claus was also listed
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    7. ability of a pet to follow its owner to another location. think homeward board movie
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    7) The uncanny ability of a cat, dog, or other pet to find its owner(s) in an unknown distant location or from an unfamiliar place. Psi stands for psychic.

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    2) The state quarter representing Alabama, issued in 2003. The coin features an engraving of Helen Keller reading a Braille book, with her name written alongside in English and in Braille.

    8) Santa Claus – in 2005.
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