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    What cigarette was promoted in ads that proclaimed its smokers “would rather fight than switch”?

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    What cigarette was promoted in ads that proclaimed its smokers “would rather fight than switch”?
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    Tareyton. The ads ran from 1963 to 1981.

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    Why does sculptor Don Featherstone have 57 pink plastic flamingos on his front lawn?

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    Why does sculptor Don Featherstone have 57 pink plastic flamingos on his front lawn?
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    Featherstone created the kitschy flamingo lawn ornaments in 1957 and saw them take off and sell by the millions. His front lawn display commemorates the year of his bright pink bird brainstorm.

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    What is the significance of the LVB stock ticker symbol of Steinway Musical Instruments Inc.?

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    What is the significance of the LVB stock ticker symbol of Steinway Musical Instruments Inc.?
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    The letters are the initials of Ludwig van Beethoven, the great German composer and pianist. They were chosen to honor him.

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    Under what stage names did Roy Fitzgerald and Doris von Kappelhoff make three romantic comedies together?

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