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Trivia Question #1: Poet Carl Sandburg won a Pulitzer Prize for "Complete Poems," and another Pulitzer for:
Trivia Question #2: What would you find in Manhattan between Fifth and Eighth Avenues, north of 59th Street?
Trivia Question #3: Which political event followed the scandalous Affair of the Diamond Necklace?
Trivia Question #4: Athens held the first modern Olympics. Where were the second Olympics?
Trivia Question #5: Which sport did German named Friedrich Ludwig Jahn and a Swede named Pehr Henrik Ling develop systems for?
Trivia Question #6: Woody would know this. The word "jinx" comes from the name for what bird?
Trivia Question #7: Who was assassinated at the Audubon Ballroom on February 21, 1965?
Trivia Question #8: Sopa de frijol negro, or black bean soup, is a specialty of what country's cuisine?
Trivia Question #9: The ankylosaurus looked like a 30-foot version of what modern animal?
Trivia Question #10: In "The Jungle Book," what kind of animal is Bagheera?
Trivia Question #11: What war was marked by major advances in military technology at the battles of Crecy and Agincourt?
Trivia Question #12: How wide is the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea?
Trivia Question #13: This mountain range stretches 600 miles from the Mediterranean Sea to the Bay of Biscay:
Trivia Question #14: Irving Thalberg nearly rejected this actor over his "big, batlike ears." Wife Carole Lombard liked his ears fine. Who was he?
Trivia Question #15: Which of these is a famous ballet by Peter Tchaikovsky?
Trivia Question #16: What "sweet home" state appears in a 2002 Reese Witherspoon title?
Trivia Question #17: Which NBA star made the "sky hook" famous?
Trivia Question #18: The voice for this cartoon dog, whose arch enemy was Under-Cat, was done by Wally Cox.
Trivia Question #19: When two Ojibwa named Tobacco and Flying Gull went to England in 1844, they revolutionized what sport?
Trivia Question #20: How much does the average automobile weigh?
Trivia Question #21: Colin Mackenzie is best known for his surveys of which country?
Trivia Question #22: To which baseball player was Marilyn Monroe married for all of nine months in 1954?
Trivia Question #23: What is the word for a grouping of cows?
Trivia Question #24: How many stomachs do birds have?
Trivia Question #25: American writer and humorist Samuel Clemens adopted which pen name from a term commonly used in riverboating?
Trivia Question #26: Why would you hire a joiner?
Trivia Question #27: Who brought the Pink Panther and James Bond to the silver screen?
Trivia Question #28: Who wrote "Lolita"?
Trivia Question #29: When referring to a schedule or timetable, the abbreviation "TBA" means "to be" what?
Trivia Question #30: Pick the date this occurred: Germans captue Rostov.
Trivia Question #31: Pick the company that has the slogan "Live Without Limits."
Trivia Question #32: Who is the only player to win the Pete Rozelle Award for Super Bowl MVP in a losing effort?
Trivia Question #33: The Tropic of Cancer is where?
Trivia Question #34: Who released "From The Inside" in 1971?
Trivia Question #35: What city has the largest Jewish population in the Americas after New York City?
Trivia Question #36: The flag of Cambodia includes the silhouette of the temple of which location?
Trivia Question #37: According to the Mormons, where was the Garden of Eden?
Trivia Question #38: What is a catherine wheel?
Trivia Question #39: As described in Matthew, why are the meek blessed?
Trivia Question #40: In June 1999, which TV "friend" (and "Scream" co-star) did David Arquette marry?
Trivia Question #41: Define this musical term: "TEMPO PRIMO (TEMPO)":
Trivia Question #42: Which of these receivers are in the 1,000 reception club?
Trivia Question #43: What Nevada city, called Lake's Crossing until 1868, was renamed for a Union general?
Trivia Question #44: Lake Chad does not border which country?
Trivia Question #45: In what year did Savonarola die?
Trivia Question #46: What does Michelle remember the formula for in Romy and Michelle's High School Renuion?
Trivia Question #47: Which member of Led Zeppelin accidentally propositioned a transvestite?
Trivia Question #48: Which religion celebrates the holidays of Purim, Pesach and Succos?
Trivia Question #49: Where and when did Herman Melville live?
Trivia Question #50: According to Samuel Johnson, you are tired of life if you are tired of which city?
Trivia Question #51: As of 2001, how many women have sat on the US Supreme Court?
Trivia Question #52: Which of these actors stayed on "All in the Family" the longest?
Trivia Question #53: What is the space or distance between any two musical pitches called?
Trivia Question #54: Where is your uvula?
Trivia Question #55: How did Katherine Dawn Lang become famous?
Trivia Question #56: What is calvados?
Trivia Question #57: A squall line is a term used to describe a:
Trivia Question #58: In November 2000, Skippy Malloy shot his boss with taser gun. Who was his boss?
Trivia Question #59: Almost all domestic ducks derive from what green-headed duck?
Trivia Question #60: In 1936, Su-Lin became the first of his kind in the West. What was he?
Trivia Question #61: The Michael Keaton film "Johnny Dangerously" is a spoof of this popular movie genre:
Trivia Question #62: A Brussels Griffon named Wesley has played the suicidal dog Rags on what TV show?
Trivia Question #63: According to mythology, who is the Greek goddess of love?
Trivia Question #64: What is the chemical symbol for iron?
Trivia Question #65: Which of these words, meaning an examination of living tissue, is considered the opposite of autopsy?
Trivia Question #66: Who wrote "Oliver Twist"?
Trivia Question #67: What is the fruit being "strained" in the name "pina colada"?
Trivia Question #68: What party elected President William Henry Harrison and President Zachary Taylor?
Trivia Question #69: One of the world's rarest stamps is the 1856 penny magenta from what part of the world?
Trivia Question #70: Until he fell to his death from a 90-foot catwalk in Kansas City, what did Owen Hart do for a living?
Trivia Question #71: What was Tom Cruise's call name in the movie "Top Gun"?
Trivia Question #72: Which of these words is not actually Australian Aboriginal, but may in fact come from the Gaelic words for "black trumpeter"?
Trivia Question #73: In what year was the battle of Boyne fought?
Trivia Question #74: What were the poodles originally bred to be?
Trivia Question #75: Satirist Ambrose "Bitter" Bierce, a Union veteran of the US Civil War, vanished amid what other country's civil unrest?
Trivia Question #76: If something is biennial, how often does it happen?
Trivia Question #77: Which tennis star never won the Grand Slam?
Trivia Question #78: What does the A stand for in NATO?
Trivia Question #79: Composer Frederic Chopin had a 10-year affair with Aurore Dudevant. By which name was Dudevant better known?
Trivia Question #80: Born Phillip John Clapp, Johnny Knoxville became a celebrity on what MTV show?
Trivia Question #81: Define this musical term: "SEMPRE":
Trivia Question #82: In which country would you find people speaking Basque, Castilian, Catalan and Galician?
Trivia Question #83: In which year was the Barbie doll introduced?
Trivia Question #84: What percentage of U.S. males are circumcised?
Trivia Question #85: What was the host country of the soccer world cup in 1990?
Trivia Question #86: What is the bad, bad first name of "Encyclopedia" Brown?
Trivia Question #87: Who sings "She likes the boys in the band/ She knows when they come to town"?
Trivia Question #88: Before Nagano, which country had won the most medals in the Winter Olympics?
Trivia Question #89: Who was the only bachelor President of the US?
Trivia Question #90: A lampoon is a:
Trivia Question #91: What company introduced the VHS recording system for VCRs?
Trivia Question #92: Fill in the blank. "Ultimately a great nation is a ________ nation."
Trivia Question #93: What is Walter Christaller is best known for?
Trivia Question #94: Keck 1 and Keck 2 are in Hawaii. What are Keck 1 and Keck 2?
Trivia Question #95: A fur pouch called a sporran is a fashion accessory for whom?
Trivia Question #96: The Montreal Canadiens have won the most Stanley Cups. What teams is #2?
Trivia Question #97: A flat-topped, stiff straw hat with a round, flat brim is a:
Trivia Question #98: In 1977, where did 583 people die when two jets collided in what was the worst aviation disaster of all time?
Trivia Question #99: What’s the difference between a hurricane and a typhoon?
Trivia Question #100: Etymologists believe the word hurricane may have been derived from _______.
Trivia Question #101: How many records made up John Lennon's "Double Fantasy"?
Trivia Question #102: Where can you find TriBeCa?
Trivia Question #103: Define this musical term: "VOLL":
Trivia Question #104: The Pritzker Prize is sometimes described as the Nobel prize for whom?
Trivia Question #105: What country's capital is Tripoli?
Trivia Question #106: Who was the author of the book "Mrs. Dalloway"?
Trivia Question #107: What general first commanded United Nations forces in Korean War?
Trivia Question #108: What is Iceland's leading export?
Trivia Question #109: The Sumo Association of Japan recognizes 70 kimarite. What are kimarite?
Trivia Question #110: Jeremy Irons won a 1991 Oscar for playing what real-life person accused of attempted murder?
Trivia Question #111: In 1798, Eli Whitney developed mass production to fulfill a government contract. For what?
Trivia Question #112: John "Bonzo" Bonham was born on what day?
Trivia Question #113: Which statement is correct?
Trivia Question #114: With which would you "Rock the baby" or go "Around the world"?
Trivia Question #115: What is kohlrabi?
Trivia Question #116: What animal is also called a European polecat?
Trivia Question #117: Who performed the song "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena"?
Trivia Question #118: Known for playing Bip, whose 1970 "Best Of" album has, on each side, 19 minutes of silence and one minute of applause?
Trivia Question #119: Here's a question "shrouded" in mystery. The 2002 Olympics were in Salt Lake City. Where will the Winter Olympics be in 2006?
Trivia Question #120: We use a base 10 system. Computers use a base 2, or binary, system. What did the Babylonians use?
Trivia Question #121: Which U.S. state was the 48th admitted to the union?
Trivia Question #122: What is the usual number of movements in a symphony?
Trivia Question #123: Later a First Lady, what was Claudia Alta Johnson entomological nickname?
Trivia Question #124: Jimmy played on Puff Daddy's version of "Kashmir" on "Come With Me" in 1998. What number in the U.K. charts did it get to?
Trivia Question #125: Which Japanese camera company gets its name from the Buddhist goddess of compassion and mercy?
Trivia Question #126: Studies in 1999 suggested that something is probably 15 billion years old. What is it?
Trivia Question #127: Who coined the word "utopia"?
Trivia Question #128: Chevron used to be know as Standard Oil of which state?
Trivia Question #129: Add two letters to the end of the name of one African country and you get the name of what other African country?
Trivia Question #130: For what crime, committed in Jasper, Texas, were John William King, Lawrence Russell Brewer Jr. and Shawn Allen Berry convicted in 1999?
Trivia Question #131: What world record does the Guinness Book of World Records accord to itself?
Trivia Question #132: How many pins are used in a version of bowling created by Canada's Thomas Ryan?
Trivia Question #133: On which day of Easter week are the Last Supper, the Agony in the Garden and the arrest of Jesus commemorated?
Trivia Question #134: By what name was Claude William Dunkenfield better known?
Trivia Question #135: Believed to be the smallest vertebrate, what is the dwarf goby?
Trivia Question #136: In which state would you find "Falling Water," the famous house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the late 1930s?
Trivia Question #137: Name the Zeppelin song containing these lyrics: "If the rivers run dry, baby, how will you feel?"
Trivia Question #138: Who played the title role in "Saving Private Ryan"?
Trivia Question #139: What color of light has the greatest wavelength?
Trivia Question #140: Who was the "last of the red hot mamas"?
Trivia Question #141: Bill Gates became the youngest-ever self-made American billionaire in 1987. How old was he?
Trivia Question #142: In the Bugs Bunny cartoons, Bugs often wishes he'd taken a left turn at what city named for a viceroy of New Spain?
Trivia Question #143: What happened in the end to Henry Hudson and Sieur de La Salle?
Trivia Question #144: Where and when did Ralph Ellison live?
Trivia Question #145: In physics, what is work?
Trivia Question #146: If dinosaurs signed wills, which of these animals would, as their closest living relatives, be most likely to inherit?
Trivia Question #147: Who was the first president to have married abroad?
Trivia Question #148: Where did the Munsters live?
Trivia Question #149: Pick the company that has the slogan "How Money Becomes Wealth."
Trivia Question #150: In what country might you climb Mount Kilimanjaro, frolic in the snow and look at the equator?
Trivia Question #151: Sharing a name with a horrible disease, much in the news in 2001, what heavy metal band did a duet with the rappers in Public Enemy?
Trivia Question #152: What is the word for a grouping of ravens?
Trivia Question #153: Who had an unbilled role as Dustin Hoffman's roommate in "Tootsie"?
Trivia Question #154: To which language group does modern Arabic belong?
Trivia Question #155: Ironically, which war-torn country has two olive branches on its flag, as well as a map of itself that nobody agrees on?
Trivia Question #156: Where is the Black Forest?
Trivia Question #157: After he played in the all-star game, what jersey number did the Lakers retire in Magic Johnson's honor?
Trivia Question #158: Define this musical term: "PARLANDO":
Trivia Question #159: What was the name of the Japanese product with Homer's face on it?
Trivia Question #160: What major U.S. corporation was founded in 1906 as Haloid Company?
Trivia Question #161: The letters TDK in the name of the Japanese firm stand for Tokyo Denkikagaku Kogyo. What does this mean?
Trivia Question #162: According to the title of a 1953 movie, what do Gentlemen Prefer?
Trivia Question #163: Jim Hacker was the minister. Humphrey Appleby was the permanent undersecretary. But what was the name of the department?
Trivia Question #164: The "ASIC" in BASIC is "All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code." What is the B for?
Trivia Question #165: Only in Canada? Pity. Since 1969, what brand has been sold with these words?
Trivia Question #166: Which president was elected with the largest share of the popular vote?
Trivia Question #167: John Wilkes Booth is shot and killed in a tobacco barn in Virginia.
Trivia Question #168: In 560 BC, Pisistratus built a temple to which locally popular goddess atop the Acropolis?
Trivia Question #169: What does "Bolshevik" mean in Russian?
Trivia Question #170: Shortly after filming a car safety spot, who died on a California highway when his Porsche Spyder collided with another car?
Trivia Question #171: What is the capital of Bulgaria?
Trivia Question #172: Which Florida city is farthest south?
Trivia Question #173: Who slapped Paul Kramer's face on June 14, 1989, after he pulled over her Rolls-Royce Corniche for having expired plates?
Trivia Question #174: More phone calls are made on Mother's Day than on any other day of the year. But on what day are the most collect calls made?
Trivia Question #175: Where did Christiaan Barnard perform the first heart transplant?
Trivia Question #176: By what name do we better know Ioseb Dzhugashvili?
Trivia Question #177: Who was the author of the book "Journey to the End of the Night"?
Trivia Question #178: In 1925, what pitcher won 20 games and had an amazing .433 batting average in 97 at-bats?
Trivia Question #179: Which province joined Canada in 1870, after negotiation with the Metis?
Trivia Question #180: What drink bills itself as the UnCola?
Trivia Question #181: How did Judas, the betrayer, die?
Trivia Question #182: Who's singing on "The Changer and the Changed" from 1975?
Trivia Question #183: Which country was the first require the use of seatbelts in 1969?
Trivia Question #184: Site of a famous battle, which country controls the island of Iwo Jima today?
Trivia Question #185: Like the leopard, this great cat has a melanistic or black form:
Trivia Question #186: What drink do you make with red wine, fruit slices, sugar and a little brandy?
Trivia Question #187: What is a kolkhoz?
Trivia Question #188: Among the many notable sights of ________, the capital of Switzerland, are the bear pits, which house live bears for public viewing.
Trivia Question #189: Which Central American country does not have coasts on the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean?
Trivia Question #190: Who was the first president to open the baseball season by throwing out the ceremonial "first pitch" at an opening game?
Trivia Question #191: Which supervillain rules the fictional Eastern European nation of Latveria?
Trivia Question #192: What happened to the Philistines when they captured the Ark of the Covenant?
Trivia Question #193: Coke is a hard, porous residue left behind after you distill what substance?
Trivia Question #194: Alexandre Dumas' character Edmond Dantes called himself the _______ .
Trivia Question #195: Chuck Foreman gained over 5,800 yards in his seven years as a Viking, but his last season in the NFL was spent as a member of this team:
Trivia Question #196: Which author of "Poor Richard's Almanack" wrote his autobiography between 1771 and 1788?
Trivia Question #197: The Danube forms most of the border between which two countries?
Trivia Question #198: Hemingway won a Pulitzer Prize for The Old Man and the Sea. In that book, what kind of fish is Santiago trying to catch?
Trivia Question #199: Setting a record for the longest stay on the New York Times hardcover bestseller list, where was "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" set?
Trivia Question #200: That's all folks! Which of these Warner Brothers characters appeared first?

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