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If you’ve never cracked open a quiz by Kyle, you’re missing out. This savvy examinator writes his knowledge from a place of passion - he made it to the final round in a quiz show as a child, and his love of the question-answer format was born. Never one to sit on his laurels, after losing out to a well-read young lady named Myrtle, Kyle set out become the best quiz master the internet has ever known. In his six-year tenure as a test-writer, has Kyle written for a) three quiz sites b) no quiz sites c) more than 30 quiz sites d) National Geographic. Yes - his friends also find him kind of obnoxious (and the answer is C). If you’re serious about your status as a supreme quizard and are determined to make your way through the ranks to our Expert level, you won’t be able to escape a few of Kyle’s challenging, informative projects.

Did you know?

The FBI was founded in 1908 with a staff of just 34 people.

- FBI directors are time limited. - J. Edgar Hoover spent 48 years at the helm of the investigative service. - People are only dropped from the Most Wanted list if they die, are caught, or charges against them are dropped. The list has been around since 1950. - No women were admitted to the FBI academy until 1972, after Hoover’s death. - The CIA was founded in 1947 with President Truman’s signing of the National Security Act. - The CIA states that its operations officers “do use some nifty gadgets” but that their jobs are “not nearly as glamorous or thrilling” as they are made to be in movies and on TV. - Want to join the CIA? The agency’s site tells us: “Being an operations officer demands a forceful personality, keen intellectual ability, toughness of mind, and a high degree of personal integrity, courage, and love of country.” - Meanwhile, the existence of the British Secret Intelligence Service, commonly known as MI6 (Military Intelligence Section 6) was not formerly acknowledged until 1994. - The British service was founded originally in 1909 (maybe in response to the FBI’s founding the year before?). - The KGB, which stands for Komitet gosudarstvennoy bezopasnosti, was in existence in the Soviet Union from 1954 until 1991.

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About Heywise

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