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Trivia Question #1: When Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon, he said "Alea jacta est." What does this mean?
Trivia Question #2: Which "yellow" animal is a fish?
Trivia Question #3: Where was Car 54?
Trivia Question #4: What does one add to iron to get steel?
Trivia Question #5: What did Dudley Dursley have surgically removed?
Trivia Question #6: Who wrote "The Secret Garden"?
Trivia Question #7: Patented in 1816 by Johann Nepomuk Maelzel, who would use a metronome today?
Trivia Question #8: Which country does not have a flag with horizontal red, white, and blue stripes?
Trivia Question #9: Which of these is not one of the M's in 3M?
Trivia Question #10: What artificial body part did Barney Clark get in 1982?
Trivia Question #11: What is the name of Central America's largest lake?
Trivia Question #12: Alcohol, algebra and alkali, along with assassin, camel, cotton, crimson, gazelle, magazine, mascara and safari, all come from what language?
Trivia Question #13: Which of these animals would have a downy coat of eider?
Trivia Question #14: My English teacher seems convinced that _______ students will never use proper grammar.
Trivia Question #15: There is only one Semitic language in the entire world that uses the Latin alphabet. Where is that language spoken?
Trivia Question #16: What ingredient do a Black Russian and a Bloody Mary have in common?
Trivia Question #17: In 1985, what 17-year-old German player became the youngest person ever to win Wimbledon?
Trivia Question #18: What U.S. president wrote Profiles in Courage?
Trivia Question #19: What is the fifth largest planet in the solar system, as well as the "third rock from the Sun"?
Trivia Question #20: Of which country was Jean-Jacques Dessalines the emperor during the 1800s?
Trivia Question #21: Who wrote: "Waste not fresh tears over old griefs."
Trivia Question #22: What does the French term "pret-a-porter" mean?
Trivia Question #23: The era of blockbuster moviemaking began when what Spielberg movie became the first to earn more than $100 million for its studio?
Trivia Question #24: What country is nearest the point where the equator and the prime meridian meet?
Trivia Question #25: Who would most likely carry a bindle?
Trivia Question #26: Pick the date this occurred: US landings on Guam.
Trivia Question #27: With "The Garden of Eden," who was brought back to literary life in the Reagan era?
Trivia Question #28: What swashbuckler is named for a primrose known to scientists as Anagallis arvensis?
Trivia Question #29: Who recorded "Green Grass and Hide Tide"?
Trivia Question #30: In the 1990s, it became very common to give methylphenidate to kids, especially boys. What is it?
Trivia Question #31: Which of the following is the world's northernmost capital city?
Trivia Question #32: Aside from humans, what African mammal kills the most people every year?
Trivia Question #33: When the Golden States Warriors signed guard Sarunas Marciulionis in 1989, he became the first NBA player from which country?
Trivia Question #34: Which chess piece, the only one that has to move differently to capture a piece, can also capture pieces en passant?
Trivia Question #35: From which country did the Dutch declare their independence in 1581?
Trivia Question #36: A Proctor & Gamble product called Oxydol changed broadcasting terminology in 1933 when it sponsored "Ma Perkins." What was Oxydol?
Trivia Question #37: For 18 days in 1998, what temporarily became the sixth Great Lakes?
Trivia Question #38: West Point is in New York, but which military college is furthest west, in Colorado Springs, Colorado?
Trivia Question #39: What is Spider Man's secret identity?
Trivia Question #40: Who wrote: "Money: There's nothing in the world so demoralizing as money."
Trivia Question #41: Russia has Europe's largest Jewish population. What country has the most Jews in Western Europe?
Trivia Question #42: What motorcycle maker has also billed itself as the world's largest manufacturer of musical instruments?
Trivia Question #43: Who wrote "Treasure Island" and "Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"?
Trivia Question #44: Emergency! was set at Ramparts Hospital in what city?
Trivia Question #45: The Victoria achieved something historic, even though its captain didn't survive the trip. What did it do?
Trivia Question #46: A moving body has ________ energy.
Trivia Question #47: What sports trophy has been lost by the roadside, kicked into a canal and used as a flowerpot?
Trivia Question #48: What ballpark was built, not by the Bambino, but by the White Construction Company?
Trivia Question #49: What was the nickname for the Dallas Cowboys' Super Bowl winning 1972 defensive lineup?
Trivia Question #50: Who wrote "The Shore Road Mystery"?
Trivia Question #51: Napoleon did all his masterminding in which type of cap?
Trivia Question #52: Whom did Mahatma Gandhi rename harijans, or children of God?
Trivia Question #53: The Sun is over the equator on the vernal equinox. In the Northern Hemisphere, that is the first day of what season?
Trivia Question #54: Who was the author of the book "Jacques the Fatalist and His Master"?
Trivia Question #55: Who provided the voice for the independent Eilonwy in Disney's often criticized 1985 movie "The Black Cauldron"?
Trivia Question #56: Which of these ages came first?
Trivia Question #57: Pick the musical term for "Smooth":
Trivia Question #58: Where and when did Gabriel Garcia Marquez live?
Trivia Question #59: What was the name of Homer's drink that Moe, the bartender, stole from him?
Trivia Question #60: By definition, what do swamps have that marshes don't?
Trivia Question #61: When Dreyfus was sent to Devil's Island, where was he sent?
Trivia Question #62: What is the largest county in the United States?
Trivia Question #63: In the 1970s, Tom Doerr suggested that New York City's Gay Activists Alliance use what Greek letter as a symbol?
Trivia Question #64: On November 22, 1963, who was shot and killed while riding in a Lincoln Continental?
Trivia Question #65: What was Lester Pearson's middle name?
Trivia Question #66: What is a charlotte russe?
Trivia Question #67: Starting around the time of the spring equinox, what constellation is considered to be the first up in the zodiac?
Trivia Question #68: Which of these 1980s songs came first?
Trivia Question #69: Of which independent republic was Sam Houston president?
Trivia Question #70: In which city were the Olympic summer games in 1968?
Trivia Question #71: What insect is sometimes called the milkweed butterfly, because its larvae eats nothing but the plant?
Trivia Question #72: The 2001 drug busts of Robert Downey Jr forced a rewrite of which TV series' season-ending episode?
Trivia Question #73: Which Greek letter is an international symbol of homosexuality?
Trivia Question #74: What is both the number of hours in a week and the number of pips in a set of dominoes?
Trivia Question #75: What cable network brought us "Behind the Music" and "Pop-Up Video"?
Trivia Question #76: What country once had such horrible inflation that it printed (but never issued) a one hundred million trillion pengo note?
Trivia Question #77: Which LA Dodgers pitcher had wanted to be an architect, but retired due to chronic arthritis in his left elbow?
Trivia Question #78: Originally meant as a gag, Thrills gum became a surprise hit. What does it taste like?
Trivia Question #79: Define this musical term: "LONTANO":
Trivia Question #80: Roswell, New Mexico, is known for its UFOs, but which actor was born there in 1962?
Trivia Question #81: Which city started as an island village?
Trivia Question #82: Who wrote: "When ideas fail, words come in very handy."
Trivia Question #83: All these explorers made polar expeditions except:
Trivia Question #84: Hawaii's Chad Rowan became the first foreign-born yokozuna, or grand champion, in what sport?
Trivia Question #85: Of the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse, the only one specifically named is death. What color is his horse?
Trivia Question #86: Where do poets and bards gather for a festival called eisteddfod?
Trivia Question #87: In which kingdom of nature would you classify algae?
Trivia Question #88: Which of these is not a bombshell?
Trivia Question #89: Peter Yarrow, Noel Paul Stookey and Mary Travers made their name in what field?
Trivia Question #90: John Leguizamo sometimes walked on his knees when he played what real-life character in "Moulin Rouge"?
Trivia Question #91: What did the rocking horse people eat in Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds?
Trivia Question #92: What 1979 movie was based on Joseph Conrad's book "Heart of Darkness"?
Trivia Question #93: I had no kids in my first, 50-year marriage. But my wife gave birth to my first-born when I was 77 and to my second the year after. Who am I?
Trivia Question #94: In 1917, what gay songwriter joined the French Foreign Legion, then transferred to the French army?
Trivia Question #95: Who invented the Mule used in the textile industry in the 1800's?
Trivia Question #96: With which of the following movies was Woody Allen not involved?
Trivia Question #97: What country's capital, Accra, gets its name from the ants found locally?
Trivia Question #98: What writer married the Red Baron's cousin?
Trivia Question #99: Anna Leonowens was a Welsh teacher who helped found a fine arts university in Halifax, and who taught Sanskrit at McGill University. What musical was based on her life?
Trivia Question #100: Pick the company that has the slogan "Strength Into Your Teeth."
Trivia Question #101: Who is the only player to rush for over 200 yards in a Super Bowl?
Trivia Question #102: Your vet has given you a weed from the mint family called Nepeta cataria. But what do most of us call it?
Trivia Question #103: Once known as Danzig, the city of Gdansk in now in which country's hands?
Trivia Question #104: The 1965 Pulitzer Prize-winning book A Thousand Days is an account of what historical leader's rule?
Trivia Question #105: The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery may have found whose bones on Nikumaroro, an island in the Pacific nation of Kiribati?
Trivia Question #106: Which term does not mean criticize in some fashion?
Trivia Question #107: How long is the average pool cue?
Trivia Question #108: Who is the all time leader for Super Bowl completion percentage?
Trivia Question #109: What is the legislature of Israel called?
Trivia Question #110: The banana is notable for its high content of which mineral nutrient?
Trivia Question #111: Gravenstein is a variety of:
Trivia Question #112: Where would you find the volcano named Krakatoa?
Trivia Question #113: In which California city does "Poltergeist" take place?
Trivia Question #114: What was the first movie to be filmed completely with sound?
Trivia Question #115: Its tail could be cracked like a whip, but which gigantic dinosaur is now more properly known as Apatosaurus?
Trivia Question #116: Which country is made up entirely of 33 islands in the Persian Gulf?
Trivia Question #117: Who is the only president to serve in both World Wars?
Trivia Question #118: What country is the Mediterranean island of Corsica a territory of?
Trivia Question #119: In the Catholic tradition, who was the first non-Italian-born man to become pope?
Trivia Question #120: George Clooney once was a regular, appearing as a handyman, on what show about the adventures of Jo, Blair, Natalie and Tootie?
Trivia Question #121: As explained in the classic movie, what city will Rick Blaine and Ilsa Lund always have?
Trivia Question #122: In 2000, who was fined $50,000 for tossing a broken bat in Mike Piazza's direction?
Trivia Question #123: Trees are covered in bark. Your brain isn't covered in bark, but it is covered in something whose name is derived from the Latin for "bark." What is it?
Trivia Question #124: We've got trouble, right here in River City, in what musical?
Trivia Question #125: What eye condition is the opposite of myopia?
Trivia Question #126: Where are you most likely to find a spelunker?
Trivia Question #127: If you go over to the your Native American boss's house for supper, you might be served pemmican. What is pemmican?
Trivia Question #128: Who played Bret Maverick's cousin Beau, brought in when James Garner got shaken and stirred and left "Maverick" in a contract dispute?
Trivia Question #129: How does Bond kill Scaramanga in "Man With the Golden Gun"?
Trivia Question #130: Pick the company that has the slogan "Enjoy The Ride."
Trivia Question #131: Gabriel Garcia Marquez, author of "Cien aņos de soledad," (One Hundred Years of Solitude) was born in what country?
Trivia Question #132: On Christmas Day of what year was Jimmy Buffet born and did WC Fields die?
Trivia Question #133: Stop. Hey? What's that sound? Who recorded the 1960s song "For What It's Worth"?
Trivia Question #134: What country is made up of two islands on two different continental plates, separated by Cook Strait?
Trivia Question #135: In law, what is a tort?
Trivia Question #136: Pick the musical term for "First":
Trivia Question #137: In the 1970s, what was it that Gary Dahl created that made him an overnight millionaire?
Trivia Question #138: In what movie, set in post-war Vienna and famous for its zither music, does Orson Welles play Harry Lime?
Trivia Question #139: Which state was invaded first by the Martians in the famous Orson Welles radio broadcast of "War of the Worlds"?
Trivia Question #140: Who changed their mind about declaring independence on May 4, 1999, and again on September 13, 2000?
Trivia Question #141: What's unusual about the time in India, parts of Australia and Newfoundland?
Trivia Question #142: What position did Jim Brown play for the Cleveland Browns?
Trivia Question #143: Which of these Edwards followed Queen Victoria on the throne of England?
Trivia Question #144: What kind of encounter is a close encounter of the third kind?
Trivia Question #145: At the 2002 Grammy Awards, India.Arie got seven nominations and zero wins. What is her real name?
Trivia Question #146: Whose "Enemy Within" was the first video ever played on MuchMusic?
Trivia Question #147: Pick the date this occurred: Allies capture Arnhem.
Trivia Question #148: What actor was the first man to appear on the cover of "Playboy" magazine?
Trivia Question #149: At which of these ceremonies are you most likely to hear a "eulogy"?
Trivia Question #150: Which song contains the line "Four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire"?
Trivia Question #151: The Strait of Malacca lies between which two countries?
Trivia Question #152: Located in your head, what gland controls blood pressure, body temperature, hunger, thirst and sex drive?
Trivia Question #153: Considered one of the 3 most important inventions that "won the west":
Trivia Question #154: Developed at Duke in the 1930s, when would you use Zener cards?
Trivia Question #155: What officially killed Warren Harding?
Trivia Question #156: In 1999, scientists have found a polynya in the Antarctic. What is a polynya?
Trivia Question #157: Pick the company that has the slogan "The Champagne Of Bottled Beers."
Trivia Question #158: In which year did Graham Nash leave The Hollies?
Trivia Question #159: Which baseball team is named for a bird whose colors resemble the uniforms worn by George Calvert's servants?
Trivia Question #160: Which of these was not among the powers listed in the introduction to the 1950s Superman TV series?
Trivia Question #161: Which Shakespearean play follows the adventures of identical twin brothers, both named Antipholus?
Trivia Question #162: With a minimum 4 returns, who has the highest average for Super Bowl Kickoff returns?
Trivia Question #163: Where and when did Geoffrey Chaucer live?
Trivia Question #164: Who wrote "Tell It to the Birds"?
Trivia Question #165: What are the hill and valley of a wave called?
Trivia Question #166: Where in the body would you find the hammer, stirrup and anvil?
Trivia Question #167: To whom was Anne Hathaway married in 1600?
Trivia Question #168: Pick the musical term for "Fr. A little":
Trivia Question #169: To which party did Presidents William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore all belong?
Trivia Question #170: Beethoven's Third Symphony is called Eroica. Beethoven nearly dedicated it to somebody specific. And scandalous. Who?
Trivia Question #171: Who would practice such moves as the kewpie, the herkie and the scorpion?
Trivia Question #172: Before turning to left-wing politics, in which discipline did Noam Chomsky gain fame?
Trivia Question #173: Which Disney movie gave us the song "Chim-Chim-Cher-ee"?
Trivia Question #174: What was the fifth province to join Confederation?
Trivia Question #175: Killed when Furbaide fired cheese from his slingshot, Queen Medb is part of which country's Celtic lore?
Trivia Question #176: What was the first publication to be called a "girlie magazine"?
Trivia Question #177: What league's charter teams included the Los Angeles Sparks and New York Liberty?
Trivia Question #178: Which country claims the largest number of registered ships?
Trivia Question #179: The adopted child of a European mother and Maori father, soprano Kiri Te Kanawa was born in what country?
Trivia Question #180: Which architect designed the step pyramid in Memphis, Egypt, and was later worshipped as the god of medicine?
Trivia Question #181: In a standard game of poker, which of these hands is highest?
Trivia Question #182: In 1981, the National Museum of American History lost which famous American's gold-and-ivory dentures?
Trivia Question #183: Starring Tom Hanks and directed by Penny Marshall, what was the first movie directed by a woman to gross $100 million?
Trivia Question #184: The last words of which Welsh poet apparently were, "Eighteen straight whiskies, I think that is the record"?
Trivia Question #185: What character has been played by both Ewan McGregor and Alec Guinness?
Trivia Question #186: Sometime around the year AD 700, En-no-Shokaku became the first person to climb which near-perfect volcanic cone?
Trivia Question #187: Pick the right statement:
Trivia Question #188: Which band lived at 710 Ashbury Street in San Francisco in the mid-1960s?
Trivia Question #189: Now called Black Creek Village, in the 1940s Love Canal was a dumping ground for chemical waste. Where is Love Canal?
Trivia Question #190: What does the J stand for in Homer J. Simpson?
Trivia Question #191: Who first used the term Iron Curtain?
Trivia Question #192: Although born on July 26, 1943, in Dartford, England, he wasn't actually "born in a crossfire hurricane." Who?
Trivia Question #193: Avogadro's law and Avogadro's number both have to do with:
Trivia Question #194: USA states: What's the capital of Colorado?
Trivia Question #195: Who wrote: "Even on the highest throne in the world, we are still sitting on our ass."
Trivia Question #196: John Speke fatally shot himself the very day he was supposed to debate Richard Burton over the source of which river?
Trivia Question #197: In 1829, when Nance April died in St. John's, Newfoundland, what Indian nation became extinct?
Trivia Question #198: Nancy Lieberman became the first woman pro in what sport, when she played for the Springfield Fame in 1986?
Trivia Question #199: Which utilitarian philosopher's body was coated in lifelike wax, dressed up, and put in a glass display case?
Trivia Question #200: Of these literary works, which was not written during the 19th century?


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