Hard to Believe, Part 3

A wise man probably once said that trivia is the best way to learn a thing or two about the place you call home. Only three of these facts are true. Lay off Google, and guess the false answer …

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1.) For a Newfoundlander, a “hacker” doesn’t necessarily relate to a tech-crime. In some communities, “to hacker” means to stammer your speech or chatter with cold.

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2.) The lighthouse at Cape Spear is the oldest standing lighthouse in Newfoundland.

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3.) Like the coyotes, we didn’t always have squirrels either. Like lava lamps, they’ve only been here since the 1960s.

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4.) Our province has a motto, and that motto is, “Seek ye first the kingdom of the Cod.”

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CLICK HERE to see which number is a lie.

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