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Trivia Question #1: Found in the State of Washington, Kennewick Man is controversial, because forensic recreation of his 9200-year old features suggests that he bears a startling resemblance to what actor?
Trivia Question #2: Where would you find the islands of Jersey, Guernsey and Sark?
Trivia Question #3: Whose only opera was called "Fidelio"?
Trivia Question #4: In the lyrics of the 1960s rock song, "Purple Haze" can be found in all of these places except which one?
Trivia Question #5: In the Old Testament, Nebuchadnezzar had all but _______ cast into the fiery furnace.
Trivia Question #6: Who believed that the population increases more rapidly than the food supply?
Trivia Question #7: What rock star met the pope in 1999, met President Clinton in 2000, sang with Mick Jagger in 2001, starred in the 2002 Super Bowl halftime show and later that year toured Africa with the US Treasury Secretary?
Trivia Question #8: In which movie does Steve Martin have to share his body with Lily Tomlin?
Trivia Question #9: Future supermodel Iman Abdul Majid was born in what country in 1955?
Trivia Question #10: Album "3 + 3" (1973) is by which band?
Trivia Question #11: What actor reputedly dampened the undershirt industry when he appeared without one in It Happened One Night?
Trivia Question #12: Which of these languages is NOT extinct?
Trivia Question #13: Jakob Ammann founded which conservative religious group in the 17th century?
Trivia Question #14: Who began to build Stonehenge?
Trivia Question #15: Where would you find the Van Allen belts?
Trivia Question #16: What newspaper first went to press on September 18, 1851, using its famous motto, "All the News That's Fit to Print"?
Trivia Question #17: The characters in this Pulitzer Prize-winning novel include Celie, Mister, Harpo and Shug.
Trivia Question #18: In Parliament, which Canadian prime minister represented Kingston and Carleton in Ontario, and Victoria in BC?
Trivia Question #19: As of 2001, what is the northernmost Major League Baseball team?
Trivia Question #20: Who was the third wife of Henry VIII?
Trivia Question #21: On April 25, 1974, the Revolution of the Carnations deposed the dictatorship of which country?
Trivia Question #22: On what TV show did Denzel Washington play a doctor named Philip Chandler?
Trivia Question #23: Once the object of several wars, most of the region of Silesia lies in present-day:
Trivia Question #24: A mickey is equal to 1/200th of an inch. What object's movement is measured in mickeys?
Trivia Question #25: In 1969, Paul McCartney married ________?
Trivia Question #26: How many letters are there in both the Korean and Greek alphabets?
Trivia Question #27: Where and when did William Faulkner live?
Trivia Question #28: What is the real name of the world's second highest mountain, K2?
Trivia Question #29: Rock Bottom, Poindexter, and the Professor were characters in this cartoon:
Trivia Question #30: Christianity was an influence on the founder of this religion:
Trivia Question #31: Botanically, a nut is dry fruit with a hard shell around one seed. So, botanically speaking, which of these is a true nut?
Trivia Question #32: What war did Florence Nightingale tend the troops in?
Trivia Question #33: Jean-Michel Basquiat was one of the most celebrated artists of the 1980s. In what medium did he work?
Trivia Question #34: What item of hockey equipment was named for the California rink operator who introduced it in 1949?
Trivia Question #35: Who's author of "Point Counter Point"?
Trivia Question #36: Where would you find Mount Aspiring and Mount Cook National Parks?
Trivia Question #37: What comic book hero is Bart and Millhouse's favorite?
Trivia Question #38: Imagine that, in Indiana Jones and The Quest for Bedrock, Indy finds some of Fred Flintstone's ichnofossils. By definition, what has he found?
Trivia Question #39: Pick the musical term for "Fr. Hurrying":
Trivia Question #40: What struggling schoolteacher was working in the Fox mail room when he was cast as Maynard G. Krebs on "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis"?
Trivia Question #41: Which Irish pagan festival inspired Halloween?
Trivia Question #42: Which series was based on the star's experiences at a high school in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of New York City?
Trivia Question #43: Howard University was named for a white general named Oliver Otis Howard. Why?
Trivia Question #44: Which of these is not one of Peter Rabbit's brothers, but is another name for an edema?
Trivia Question #45: How many members are there on a Canadian football team?
Trivia Question #46: Who wrote "Mutiny on the Bounty"?
Trivia Question #47: "The Preserver," "The Destroyer" and "The Creator" constitute the main triad of:
Trivia Question #48: This 1970s movie won three acting Oscars, as well as another for Paddy Chayevsky's screenplay. And the TV studio scenes were filled at CFTO in Toronto. What movie this?
Trivia Question #49: Pennsylvania's major Great Lakes port shares a name with the lake it is on. What city is this?
Trivia Question #50: Which country has the world's longest road system, following the U.S.?
Trivia Question #51: Where was the first McDonald's restaurant opened by Maurice and Richard McDonald?
Trivia Question #52: The Latin translation of the Bible is known as the:
Trivia Question #53: The first television broadcast of a major league baseball game was between the Cincinnati Reds and the Brooklyn Dodgers in August of what year?
Trivia Question #54: Who was given the world's largest diamond, the 3106-carat Cullinan, in 1907?
Trivia Question #55: What Grey Market car was Factory Turbocharged?
Trivia Question #56: Up to and included George W, Bush, how many US presidents have been only children?
Trivia Question #57: This great comedian actually did some boxing, under the name Packy East:
Trivia Question #58: Who waited a record 25 years between Billboard pop chart #1 hits: "Dark Lady" in 1974 and "Believe" in 1999?
Trivia Question #59: If it is noon in Texas, what time is it in Hawaii?
Trivia Question #60: If my wedding ring was twelve karats, what percentage of the ring is actually gold?
Trivia Question #61: According to George Bernard Shaw, "He who can does." What does "he who cannot" do?
Trivia Question #62: Sun Microsystems, a leader in Java programming, was named for which university's network?
Trivia Question #63: Who is the only person to win the Conn Smythe Trophy (for playoff MVP) before he won the Calder Trophy (for rookie of the year)?
Trivia Question #64: What is the main ore from which we get iron?
Trivia Question #65: What is a magdalene?
Trivia Question #66: Whose epitaph in St. Paul's Cathedral is translated to English as "Reader, if you seek a monument, look around"?
Trivia Question #67: Define this musical term: "DOLORE":
Trivia Question #68: What controversial practice, whose name is from the Greek meaning "done by hand," was re-invented in Davenport, Iowa, by a Canadian named DD Palmer?
Trivia Question #69: Who is the commander in chief of the Canadian Forces?
Trivia Question #70: In 2000, Tiger Woods became the first golfer to win three majors in a year since 1953. But who beat Woods to win the Masters?
Trivia Question #71: What book, known as "Akage No An" in Japan, is believed to be the most widely read work of fiction ever written by a Canadian?
Trivia Question #72: Albumin is a substance you can find in:
Trivia Question #73: The "Saturday Night Live" role not played by Gilda Radner:
Trivia Question #74: How many days long is Hanukka?
Trivia Question #75: What is the only day of the year when Catholics have no Mass to go to?
Trivia Question #76: When Jesus Christ was born in Palestine, who was the emperor back in Rome?
Trivia Question #77: Which nation's royal family goes back to the first century BC and Jimmu Tenno?
Trivia Question #78: There are no pit vipers native to this part of the world:
Trivia Question #79: A mixed-function gland, it secretes both digestive enzymes and the hormone glucogen:
Trivia Question #80: Which country has most often hosted the Olympic Summer Games?
Trivia Question #81: The TV show "Third Watch" follows people in New York in three jobs. Which of these isn't one of them?
Trivia Question #82: What were The Grateful Dead called before they became The Grateful Dead?
Trivia Question #83: Who starred in both a TV version of "Animal House" and in the movie sequel "Grease 2"?
Trivia Question #84: What former president became Chief Justice of the United States by succeeding Edward White, a man he'd appointed to the position himself?
Trivia Question #85: What is the word for a grouping of cattle?
Trivia Question #86: What does specific gravity measure?
Trivia Question #87: Keanu Reeves's first name means "cool breeze over the mountains" in what language?
Trivia Question #88: Aside from their proportions, what two countries have identical flags?
Trivia Question #89: A villanelle is a type of:
Trivia Question #90: In 1980, Severiano Ballesteros became both the youngest person and the first European to win what event?
Trivia Question #91: Syncope is the medical word for what condition, once common among shocked women?
Trivia Question #92: What 1942 movie was the first one to be colorized by computer?
Trivia Question #93: Abaca is the Philippines' chief export. What is it?
Trivia Question #94: In a survey in the early 1990s, what French Riviera nation had the world's highest number of Rolls Royces per capita?
Trivia Question #95: Which place is closest to the Tropic of Cancer?
Trivia Question #96: Until a violent civil war started in 1975, what sophisticated city was known as the Paris of the Middle East?
Trivia Question #97: What do the Chinese do on Ching Ming?
Trivia Question #98: When would a rectifier come in handy?
Trivia Question #99: What is another name for stored energy?
Trivia Question #100: The Heisman trophy is awarded to:
Trivia Question #101: To the dismay of conservationalists, in 1999 the Makah Indians asserted their traditional right to hunt what animal?
Trivia Question #102: What is a female donkey called?
Trivia Question #103: Which of these states is not part of New England?
Trivia Question #104: In basketball, what Cincinnati Royal was known as the Big O?
Trivia Question #105: The detectives on the TV show CSI use Luminol from time to time. Why?
Trivia Question #106: Who wrote "A Clockwork Orange"?
Trivia Question #107: Which of these is smallest?
Trivia Question #108: Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize?
Trivia Question #109: In 1967, the Washington Redskins had the No. 1, 2 and 4 receivers in their conference. Who were they ?
Trivia Question #110: Ironically, the first province to introduce a sales tax is now the only province without one. Which province is this?
Trivia Question #111: What is a sapote?
Trivia Question #112: In 1999, who earned critical acclaim by switching from country to bluegrass for an album called "The Grass Is Blue"?
Trivia Question #113: As of 2001, the Dallas Cowboys actually play in what Dallas suburb?
Trivia Question #114: Who was the first European explorer known to have definitely set foot in the "lower 48" United States?
Trivia Question #115: Bank robber Charles Arthur Floyd ended up with this nickname:
Trivia Question #116: What is the only team to win the World Series twice in the 1980s?
Trivia Question #117: If you order a whiskey neat, how will it be served?
Trivia Question #118: Which Chinese river will be damned soon in a major engineering project called the Three Gorges Dam?
Trivia Question #119: After winning an Olympic gold medal while still in high school, who was arrested for shoplifting and drug possession within the next two years?
Trivia Question #120: What was Barney Gumble's prize for winning in the Springfield film festival?
Trivia Question #121: H. Wayne Huizenga, who has had interests in the Florida Marlins, Miami Dolphins and Florida Panthers, was also CEO of what corporation?
Trivia Question #122: Long before Ferdinand De Lesseps, Persia's Darius I finished a canal that connected the Mediterranean to what body of water?
Trivia Question #123: This president's favorite T.V. show was Family Ties ________.
Trivia Question #124: When Babe Ruth hit his record 60 homers in 1927, who finished second with 47?
Trivia Question #125: Which fairy tale figure is destroyed after his name is mentioned?
Trivia Question #126: SpongeBob SquarePants lives under the sea in the subterranean city of Bikini Bottom, with a pet snail named Gary. What fruit does he call home?
Trivia Question #127: Of which country is Benito Juarez the national hero?
Trivia Question #128: With three minutes left in Super Bowl X, who threw a dramatic 64-yard touchdown pass to receiver Lynn Swann that won the game?
Trivia Question #129: Who won a 1959 libel suit against London's Daily Mirror, which had suggested he was gay?
Trivia Question #130: As of 2001, how many games does an NFL team play in a regular season?
Trivia Question #131: In which country are women's non-agricultural wages actually higher than those of men (1991-1996 data)?
Trivia Question #132: Abolished by the British in 1829, what was suttee?
Trivia Question #133: Pick the company that has the slogan "Feel The _______ Touch."
Trivia Question #134: Which president said, "In America, our origins matter less than our destination, and that is what democracy is all about."?
Trivia Question #135: What was the first group to have a #1 record, in which each member had been born after January 1, 1980?
Trivia Question #136: Founded in the 1910s as a seminary, Waterloo Lutheran University was renamed in 1973. What is it called now?
Trivia Question #137: Which Greek goddess's name means "mother earth"?
Trivia Question #138: Who was the first president elected as the son of a former president?
Trivia Question #139: How long would it take the average snail to travel one mile?
Trivia Question #140: Poultices, commonly used in folk medicine, are:
Trivia Question #141: In electronics, a "volt" is a unit of:
Trivia Question #142: Which movie does not feature a person who transforms into another creature?
Trivia Question #143: Which of these fashion designers is best known for floral print dresses?
Trivia Question #144: Who was the first president to have a woman Cabinet member?
Trivia Question #145: If the Dodgers don't show up for a Yankees game, what score goes into the record books for that game?
Trivia Question #146: What did King Henry George's single tax apply to?
Trivia Question #147: What 300-pound president once had to be pried out of the White House bathtub?
Trivia Question #148: In 1964, what band got $2,400 to play "The Ed Sullivan Show," and was offered $3,000 to reform in 1978 for "Saturday Night Live"?
Trivia Question #149: What are the Azores?
Trivia Question #150: Which pope commissioned Michelangelo to paint the Sistine Chapel?
Trivia Question #151: In cooking, what is measured in scoville units?
Trivia Question #152: What instrument, an Irish national symbol, usually has color-coded strings?
Trivia Question #153: Approximately how wide is Iceland (at its maximum east-west extent)?
Trivia Question #154: Scientists added an extra second to December 31, 1998. How many were there that day?
Trivia Question #155: Where is the metatarsal?
Trivia Question #156: The towns of Hesperler, Galt and Preston were all merged to form what Ontario municipality?
Trivia Question #157: In addition to being the patron saint of Scotland, who is also the patron saint of Russia and Greece?
Trivia Question #158: Which country is surrounded by Malaysia, except for its coast?
Trivia Question #159: Cyan is one of the colors used in printers. What is cyan?
Trivia Question #160: On September 2, 1666, what disaster began in a baker's shop on Pudding Lane?
Trivia Question #161: What country's flag features a red maple leaf?
Trivia Question #162: You can prevent veisalgia by drinking water or milk the night before. What is veisalgia?
Trivia Question #163: With 536, who holds the record for most career home runs by a switch hitter, as of 2001?
Trivia Question #164: Oak Park, Burbank, and Skokie are suburbs of which U.S. city?
Trivia Question #165: What do Log Cabin Republicans generally have in common?
Trivia Question #166: What or who do the Italians call Santa Sindone?
Trivia Question #167: What is the world's busiest international passenger route?
Trivia Question #168: What word do we get from the name of Sparta's capital city?
Trivia Question #169: Stevie Wonder's "The Woman In Red Soundtrack" is from which year?
Trivia Question #170: Janet Cooke had to return her Pulitzer when it turned out she had made up her story. Who did she work for?
Trivia Question #171: Illustrator Sydney Paget created the trademark cloak and deerstalker hat of:
Trivia Question #172: Which Pulitzer Prize winner wrote the screenplay for the movie "Viva Zapata"?
Trivia Question #173: Tariq Abdul-Wahad was born Olivier St. Jean, and in 1979 he suited up with the Sacramento Kings to become the first player from France in what league?
Trivia Question #174: Best known for wearing a white turban, who shared a patent on a radio-controlled system to steer torpedoes?
Trivia Question #175: What is the highest human vocal register?
Trivia Question #176: Which president grew up as an orphan?
Trivia Question #177: In 1991, eight people moved into Biosphere 2, only to move out again when the project failed. Where was Biosphere 2?
Trivia Question #178: What is the word for a grouping of hogs?
Trivia Question #179: In 1997, she won two Grammys. In 1998, she declared bankruptcy. In 2001, she was back at the Grammys with a revealing dress. Who is she?
Trivia Question #180: The "Wall Street Journal" began life as one of the "flimsies" prepared by which company?
Trivia Question #181: Which of these governors general was appointed earliest?
Trivia Question #182: What happened in Tunguska, Siberia, in 1908?
Trivia Question #183: Who wrote "Ethan Frome" about life in New England?
Trivia Question #184: On what "paper anniversary" is a couple supposed to eat the top layer of their wedding cake?
Trivia Question #185: At what count will a casino blackjack dealer stand?
Trivia Question #186: What is the word for a grouping of starlings?
Trivia Question #187: Born in Neustadt, Ontario, in 1895, what Canadian prime minister lost the first five times he ran for office?
Trivia Question #188: What became the capital city of West Germany after World War II?
Trivia Question #189: In cooking, what is the term for the process of boiling a liquid rapidly to thicken its consistency and enhance flavor?
Trivia Question #190: On "King of Hill," Hank Hill sells C3H8 and accessories for C3H8. What is C3H8?
Trivia Question #191: Where would you find an aardwolf?
Trivia Question #192: What is the average number of muscles needed to frown?
Trivia Question #193: Which jazz giant vanished over the English Channel while director of the US Air Force Band during World War II?
Trivia Question #194: Which country produced a series of 11 stories called the Mabinogion?
Trivia Question #195: Which U.S. state, eighth in land area, is known as the Centennial State?
Trivia Question #196: How far does a long jumper get to run before leaping from the takeoff board?
Trivia Question #197: Mauritania was a colony of?
Trivia Question #198: Which long-lived Biblical figure is said to have died in the year of the deluge at the ripe old age of 969?
Trivia Question #199: What is the capital of Poland ?
Trivia Question #200: What job did Arnold Schwarzenegger's father hold?


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