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Are You the Master of Your Domain? A 1990s Pop Culture Trivia Book

Are You the Master of Your Domain? A 1990s Pop Culture Trivia Book by Michael-Dante Craig, ISBN: 9780615153032
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ISBN: 9780615153032
Publisher: Five Apples Press
Published: 7 August, 2007
Format: Paperback
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)

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Are You the Master of Your Domain? A 1990s Pop Culture Trivia Book

What do you remember about the Go-Go 90s? The Spice Girls? Lewinskygate? Melrose Place? The O.J. Simpson Trial? Grunge Rock? The 1990s was an unforgettable decade, so why not test your knowledge of the Clinton Years and find out how much useless information your brain can store Do you remember: What was Kramer's first name on Seinfeld? Who was the never-fully seen neighbor on Home Improvement? What film featured the phrase Hakuna Matata? What NBA bad boy did Madonna date during the 90s? If you know the answers to these questions, you will do fantastic

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