Who was Roger Dean Stadium named after?

Answer Roger Dean Stadium is named for the local car dealer who bought rights to it for just $100,000 a year. It is in Jupiter, Fla., and is used by the St. Louis Cardinals and Florida Marlins for spring ... Read More »

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What if you ask a woman if she’s pregnant and she’s not?

If I asked a woman if she was pregnant and she said she was not... For starters I would feel REALLY bad because I'm sure any woman in that situation would get depressed and have some sort of comple... Read More »

What is the Iliad named after?

The Iliad is named after the city of Ilion or Ilium, which most people call Troy. ("Iliad" mean "pertaining to Ilium/Ilion" in Greek.)It was, it turn, named after its founder, Ilius.

What is Fenway named after?

Fenway Park, home of the American League's Boston Red Sox, is named after the Fenway section of Boston where the stadium resides. Fenway hosted its first game between major league teams on April 20... Read More »

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