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Daily Quiz for April 15, 2012

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Robert the Bruce of Scotland decisively defeated the English at this battle, using a sheltron pike formation.

  • Falkirk
  • Culloden
  • Bannockburn
  • Stirling Bridge

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    Rudy says:

    All English and Scottish know the answer to this. So do I since I have their genes and other stuff that confirms that I am decendant from the Celts. So that makes me a Celtic American, which I enter on all questionairs. I wonder if the 2010 census people entered me as a Celtic American. I believe the computer kicked my form out and it had to be entered by hand because I had entered Celtic American as my nationality, and Celtic American was not in their computer. I have to be politically correct since we now have African Americans and every other nationality there is.

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