(A Not-So Wordless Wednesday
In Case You Were Wondering)
I am a long-time fan of Jeopardy! dating back to the days as a child when Art Fleming was the host and Don Bardo was the announcer of the long-running quiz show. I admit I don’t have any delusions of achieving either fame or fortune but it can be somewhat entertaining(and educational too) nonetheless. The increase in trivia knowledge as well as the brain-flexing that are tested whenever I watch can't be a bad thing as far as I am concerned.
Recently there was a contestant who racked up some pretty impressive winnings. After his successful run on the show he revealed that he had acquired quite a bit of information from reading Wikipedia.
I have done the same on occasion without those stellar results. Doing such reading is akin to a rabbit hole hunt of sorts. You may never be certain where it will lead. And speaking of rabbits, you may be aware that Elmer Fudd was known for wabbit-hunting. And if that Bugs you, so be it. . . That's All Folks.
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