Question of the Day

Yesterday we asked: This memoir sold more copies in its first day of publication than any other nonfiction title. Name the author and the title.

Answer: In 2004, Bill Clinton’s memoir, “My Life,” set a first-day sales record of 400,000 copies.

No one got this one right, but a couple came close. Cindi Lash answered Hillary Clinton’s “Living History,” which, at 200,000 copies, did hold the record until her husband broke it a year later. David Daniel answered George W. Bush’s “Decision Points,” which, at 220,000+, came in ahead of Hillary Clinton’s sales, but not Bill’s.

Your question of the day for today is…Wednesday on "The Howard Stern Show," John Mellencamp said that his ex-girlfriend Meg Ryan hates him "to death," adding that "Women hate me. I think it's because I'm a child." He was literally a child when he joined his first band at age 14. What was the name of that band?

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