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What is a Challenge Coin?

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A challenge coin is a small metal medallion or “coin” with the insignia or image of a given organization. They are two sided, with one side generally reserved for the group’s insignia, and the other to recognize an achievement or challenge. They can be made from anything from pewter to 24 karat gold. Many of those who receive challenge coins carry them with them at all times, usually in their wallets.  History and Origin of Challenge Coins Challenge coins have a long and fascinating history. In fact, their history is so complex that historians can’t agree on their first use...

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What Does "Let's Go Brandon" Mean? | Meme Explained

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On October 2, 2021, NASCAR driver Brandon Brown won his first Xfinity Series race at Talladega Superspeedway. After the race, he was interviewed about his win by a sports reporter. In the background, the crowd could be heard chanting loudly, but not particularly clearly, at least at first. The reporter initially suggested they were chanting “Let’s go, Brandon” in celebration of the driver. However, it became increasingly obvious as the interview wore on that what they were really saying was “[Insert-Four-Letter-Word Here] Joe Biden.” From there, the chant took on a life of its own, popping up as a meme...

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5 Things You Might Not Know About St. Patrick’s Day

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Impress Your Friends with These Interesting Facts It’s nearly that time of the year when everyone turns a little bit Irish, and with over 80 million people worldwide claiming an ancestral connection to Ireland it is no wonder why! But, have you ever wondered why St. Patrick’s Day is Ireland’s biggest national holiday? Or why everyone likes to celebrate it so much? Here are some facts you might not know about everyone’s favorite day of the year! 1. Patrick wasn’t Irish  2. He was captured by pirates When St. Patrick was 16, he was captured by pirates and taken to Ireland...

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