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There were millions of these things in WWI and now there are only 29 known, what is it?

Land mines? I'm not very good at these. Maybe WWI US Vets?

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There were millions of these things in WWI and now there are only 29 known, what is it?

Land mines? I'm not very good at these. Maybe WWI US Vets?

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Which American law took the longest to ratify?
The 27th Amendment? 202 years

>quick guess<

Correct. The 27th Amendment is, technically, part of the Bill of Rights.

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Why was there never an assanation attempt on Hitler?

Yeah dude/dudette, Unless the question is a joke of some sort it help to know the history your asking trivia questions about :lol:

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it was a trick question

so i guess ill throw out another one for all of you smarties out there.... this should be a bit tougher, tell me if you get it before google searching it

of the fighters in the Lafayette Escacrille who was the first to be called an ACE?

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There were millions of these things in WWI and now there are only 29 known, what is it?
Maybe WWI US Vets?

Topshelfavry got it right, that wasn't as hard as I thought it would be!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surviving_veterans_of_the_First_World_War#World_Totals' target="_blank">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surviving_vet...ar#World_Totals[/post]

Sadly, Wiki now says there are only 28 of these brave souls left...

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of the fighters in the Lafayette Escacrille who was the first to be called an ACE?

Didn't Lufbery start out in the Lafayette Escadrille? I think he was the top French ace too.

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of the fighters in the Lafayette Escacrille who was the first to be called an ACE?

Didn't Lufbery start out in the Lafayette Escadrille? I think he was the top French ace too.

very nice, i didnt think anybody would get that. well one parent was french one was american, so you can call him french i guess

sir i commend you

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