No. 222

1. What ocean current flows northeast from Florida into the Atlantic, keeping northwest Europe about nine degrees warmer than expected?

2. The capital of Washington state is named for what Greek city, where an ancient athletic contest was held?

3. What plants, official symbols of the state of Kansas, have blooms that can measure a whopping 32¼ inches across?

4. Which part of Howard Dean’s infamous January 19, 2004, speech did cable news replay 633 times over the next four days?

5. What Oscar-winning Nat King Cole hit of 1950 was originally titled “Prima Donna, Prima Donna”?

What’s the "Kennection" between all five answers?

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