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Ripley's Believe It or Not! #c47(10/9/2005)

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Auguste Rodin, the sculptor who created "The Thinker," had his art school application turned down 3 times and never received formal training!

According to Mayan Mythology, man was made from cornmeal.

Until 2005, a woman had never been the executive chef for the U.S. president in the White House!

< TASK > Answer the questions.

(1) Did Rodin receive formal training to be a sculptor?

(2) Who says man was made from cornmeal?

(3) When did the White House have the first female executive chef for the U.S. president?

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