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'Know a lot of weird stuff'? Pull up a bar stool and play along on trivia nights

7:15 AM, Jun. 27, 2013
Rev. Norb makes the rounds at the George St. Cafe in De Pere collecting trivia answers from customers. Rev. Norb is in his second year of hosting trivia night at the cafe.
Rev. Norb makes the rounds at the George St. Cafe in De Pere collecting trivia answers from customers. Rev. Norb is in his second year of hosting trivia night at the cafe.
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Since the George St. Café opened nearly two years ago in De Pere, Ken Smith and Aly Coe have competed in its trivia night just about every week.

"We met here," Coe said. "We didn't know each other before trivia. You get a bunch of people together and these same people, normally, we see every week."

That's pretty indicative of what a good team trivia night can be: fiercely competitive, light-heartedly laid back and hugely social. Most trivia nights have a host who reads questions - nothing is off limits - and teams of friends, family, or in Smith and Coe's case, complete strangers who answer them. ...

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