Question of the Day

Back on Thursday, we asked: Name the two U.S. presidents who respectively had the shortest and longest inauguration speeches.

Answer: They would be William Henry Harrison's in 1841 as the longest. And George Washington's second in 1793 as the shortest. We can’t be sure what Washington said the second time he won (no one was live tweeting back then), but we can imagine it went something like this: “Cool, yeah. Thanks, America! Washington out.”

This time, congrats to Carrie Gray for being the first to get the answer right.

Your question of the day for today is…China only recently figured out how to make ballpoint pens completely on their own. How much did that endeavor cost them?

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