Wendy Kopp - Trivia

Trivia

  • 5 February 2007: Kopp appeared on The Colbert Report.

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Great Midwest Trivia Contest
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Eddie Deezen - Personal Life
... his official website featured a difficult Beatles trivia quiz - devised by Deezen himself - with a $100 prize for anyone who could answer all the questions correctly ... As of May 2011, Deezen is a contributing writer for trivia magazine mental_floss, where most of his articles pertain to facts on The Beatles and their members ... As of July of 2012, he also writes for the trivia website TodayIFoundOut.com ...

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