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Questions From Sep 14 04
51001. What is the longest word in the English language that can be typed using only the right hand keys on a keyboard?
51002. What year did yearly attendance top one million for the Brooklyn Dodgers?
51003. What park, other than Ebbets, did the Dodgers play in just prior to moving to Los Angeles, and why did they play there?
51006. Which king of England really had a hunchback?
51008. It is often said that only one author has a book in every Dewey Decimal system category. How many such categories are there, what are they, and who is the author?
51011. Which United States senators actually voted against the war in Iraq?
51014. How tall is our current president, George W. Bush?
51016. Who was the first third umpire in the history of cricket?
51020. How many staples are in a staple box?
51022. Is it possible that every dream we have is a memory from one of our past lives?
51025. What is the rate of gravitational acceleration on the Moon, Venus, and Mars?
51026. Has any person been awared the Nobel prize twice for the same category, or for two different categories?
51027. Joe Namath was drafted 12th in the 1965 draft by the St. Louis Cardinals. Who was the number one draft pick that year and who drafted him?
51028. What year and make was the S.S. Minnow on "Gilligan's Island"?
51031. Who was the first person to play rock 'n' roll on the air on the West Coast of the United States?
51032. What is the name of the first Egyptian to win a Nobel Prize?
51034. What US city passed a law making it illegal to pawn your dentures?
51035. Which Greek philosopher, a disciple of Zeno, and who was the teacher of Democritus, was credited with inventing the atomic theory in approximately 500 BC?
51036. What is the meaning of Shakespeare's quotation, "To be or not to be, that is the question"?
51038. What famous actor's family left the United States and moved to a foreign country, in part in protest of the Vietnam War, after the father's win on the television show Jeopardy! in the late 1960s?
51040. Why were the Houses of Parliament in London built next to the Thames?
51041. What was the name of that painting where some guy wearing a bowler hat is juggling apples and one of them obscures his face?
51042. What was the name of Anthony Trollope's first book?
51043. What is the name of the dragon on Eureeka's Castle?
51044. What determined the width of railroad tracks in the United States?
51046. During an MLB All Star game where Mickey Lolich got the save, what were two unique things about the home runs recorded that day?
51049. When did the use of the internet start?
51050. With what product did the term "brand name" originate?
51051. What was the Alexandra Limp?
51052. What type of annuity was named after Lorenzo Tonti in 1653?
51053. What professional baseball team has the worst record in the history of the game?
51055. Which spider has the deadliest venom to humans?
51056. When I was a little girl growing up in Ghana, there used to be a fruit which resembled a cranberry. My memory says it was on a tree, but it was probably a bush. Anyway, one bite of this little red fruit with a pit would render anything else eaten after it sweet for several hours. Anyone know what it is?
51057. What does the "K-Y" stand for in K-Y Jelly?
51058. Which famous scientist saw what was possibly his most important invention as incidental to his development of a new helioscope?
51059. This famous band with a literary name had a hit inspired by a famous satire of a Shropshire novelist. They also had a hit inspired by an iconic 1960s British movie. Their biggest hit was about a company based in the English Midlands and they have written a theme to a forward looking TV show. Who is the band and what are the songs involved?
51062. In the 1950s song "The Jones Boy" the Mills Brothers sing about him jumping over the water bumps. But what are water bumps?
51063. What plant has roots inside its leaves?
51065. Which processes turn the white latex we see tapped from trees into the black solid we see making up car tyres?
51066. What is the name of the hymn used as the theme song for "The Vicar of Dibley"?
51067. Who was the first Native American to play professional baseball?
51068. Because their owner thought a baseball team would be a better draw in St. Louis than Cleveland, which team lost all its best players and finished the next season with a record of 12-134?
51069. Who was the first quarterback to do a Disney World commercial after winning the Super Bowl?
51071. What was President Grant's real name?
51072. I found this turtle at a flea market and brought him home. It has a round pointed beak, webbed feet, a round shell with square print about the size of a silver dollar, and has a long skinny tail. What type of turtle do I have and what does it eat?
51073. In the movie "Cabin Fever" we catch a glimpse of a man in a bunny suit. When I checked the credits he's listed as "Mysterious Bunny Man" played by "We will never tell." Who is this bunny man?
51074. Why is John Olerud wearing a batting helmet while fielding his position?
51075. Elephants were a part of which famous conqueror's army: Genghis Khan, Hannibal, or Napoleon?
51077. Harvard graduate, jazz musician and "my king" to his people, who is he: King Abdullah II, Martin Luther King, or King Mohammed VI?
51078. Which city is known as the Manchester of the Orient: Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, or Osaka?
51080. Is the correct term of address for a female mayor still "Mr. Mayor"?
51081. Given the variability in scores between rounds played, how are golfing handicaps set and adjusted?
51082. Is there a generally accepted, specific value for "room temperature"?
51083. How does a beer can widget work?
51084. What is the significance of Meyer Wolfsheim's teeth cufflinks in "The Great Gatsby"?
51087. In which century did the cardboard box first appear?
51090. The wife of the poet John Dryden once protested that she would have more of his company if she were a book. How did he respond?
51092. Which group of islands are named in honour of someone who, according to legend, was killed by Attila the Hun?
51093. Where did the term "cop" originate when referring to a police officer?
51094. Which airline was the first to supply air sickness bags, and in what year?
51099. Upon completion of high school, which two members of R.E.M. lived together in Macon, GA?
51101. In 1952 two men got together and formed Craft Master, a company that sold the world's first paint by numbers kits. Who were they and who did they get their idea from?
51102. Which cricketing nation was first accorded official Test status on 10th January 1930?
51103. Backgammon is played on a board consisting of how many narrow triangles?
51104. With the United States being so susceptible to tornados and hurricanes, why are so many houses built of wood?
51105. Born into a very wealthy Swedish family, this man was chosen to aid the rescue of Budapest's Jews during 1944/1945. Through his actions it is estimated that tens of thousands of lives were saved from the camps. He was eventually seized by the Russians and it now seems likely that he was killed by them shortly after the war. Who was this man?
51106. Why is it that a bullet fired from a gun comes down with the same velocity that it went up with?
51108. What is the difference between dog fleas and cat fleas?
51109. Can dogs sleep with their eyes open?
51110. Who is the only Pakistani to win a Nobel prize?
51111. Which country has produced the most Nobel laureates?
51113. What album did 'The Band' release in 1968?
51114. Why do flamingos eat with their heads upside down?
51115. Why does my cat pull on her claws with her teeth?
51117. Even though water is clear, why is it when you make ice cubes they are cloudy and not clear?
51118. Which ethnic group has proportionately won the most Nobel prizes?
51120. Who invented the first automobile muffler?
51121. What was the first product to place an advertising spot on US public radio and in what year?
51122. How many individual bricks are in the Great Wall of China?
51124. How many mentions are there of unicorns in the Bible and in the plays of Shakespeare?
51127. What is the difference between Chicken Maryland and Maryland Chicken?
51128. What would you put in an oggy?
51130. Why are New York taxis yellow?
51132. Who said, "What's the point of going out? We're just going to wind up back here?"
51134. Which is the only country to have a Bible on their national flag?
51136. Which person has had the highest IQ in history?
51138. In the UK where is the smallest city?
51139. What is the largest amount of money ever stolen from a bank and where?
51140. Which king constructed the Hanging Gardens of Babylon?
51141. Who decides what name should be given to a hurricane?
51142. What was the Battle of Beanfield?
51143. The Yardbird's biggest hit was "For Your Love." Who played lead guitar for this specific song?
51144. What is the main activity of the US Forestry Service?
51145. What are the four US state capitals that are named after US presidents?
51146. Which US presidents died on July 4th?
51147. What is the only animal to be born with horns?
51148. What river flows north and south of the equator?
51153. What color is Mace Windu's light saber?
51156. Which is healthier, butter or margarine?
51157. Where does the number pi first show up in recorded history?
51158. Is it true that water will not get hotter once it begins boiling?
51159. What celebrated a millionth entry recently?
51161. Who is the god Mithras, and according to legend, was he born on or near December 25th?
51162. Who were the first and last recipients of the Dickin Medal?
51163. What is bizarre about the death of Francis Bacon?
51166. In 1983, Korean Air flight 7 was shot down by Soviet fighters killing all passengers and crew just near Sakhalin Island. Why was it shot down, and what flight number did this flight replace?
51167. When and where was the first hockey All Star game played, and who won?
51168. When and where was the first basketball All Star game played, and who won?
51169. Do people like us have premonitions?
51171. Who is the only writer to have won an Oscar, a Tony and an Edgar award?
51173. Do leprechauns actually exist?
51175. When was the first tank ever used in combat, and where?
51180. The atomic bomb converts matter into energy so why hasn't someone found a way yet to reverse the process and convert energy into matter? What is the stumbling block?
51183. What is a nouse, and who is responsible for it?
51185. What is the most expensive comic book?
51188. Which country's prime minister famously vanished and hasn't been seen since?
51190. The recent flap with Dan Rather's report on George W. Bush's military record jogged my memory. Did Rather also catch some flak from an incident with Bush, Sr. regarding a question Rather asked?
51192. What is Nushu and why did it die?
51193. Given that the United States has more nuclear weapons than other countries and is clearly number one, where does Israel stand on the nuclear table?
51195. What percent of fish caught in sport fishing die?
51196. Who is "The Lady of 6000 Songs"?
51197. Why does mineral water that has trickled through mountains for centuries have a "use by" date on it?
51198. What is the definition of atheism?
51199. Why is snow white and ice clear when they are both frozen water?
51200. What relates the voice of Simba in the Lion King to a voice in the Wild Thornberry's?
51201. Is it true that "-mouth" in such names as Plymouth, Dartmouth and Monmouth refer to mouths of rivers?
51202. What is the term for the red circular object worn on the forehead by Indian women, and what does it signify?
51203. If I wanted to launch an eight pound projectile to the moon, how much thrust would I need to impart on the projectile?
51206. If an American soldier was going into combat, would his regular life insurance pay if he was killed or died in service due to an accident?
51207. Is there such a thing as a real "shrinking violet", a flower the expression is based on?
51208. In the late 1920's the FA Cup was stolen. It was later found in a hedge by a dog. What was the dog's name and what type of dog was he? [Originally #11529 posted by Munsta - Deleted in error.]
51212. Has a famous artist ever done a piece of art on both sides of the canvas so that a different work shows depending on how it is hung?
51213. I was in Boulogne yesterday and was struck by the presence of all the Egyptiana there. What is the connection?
51214. What band was Neal Schon a member of prior to joining the band Journey?
51215. Who was the first person to be called an "anchorman" in news?
51216. Which famous pianist was once a member of the Greek National Swimming Team?
51219. What is the name of the first member of Ronald Reagan's cabinet to be indicted on crimal charges while holding office?
51220. What are the correct ingredients and way to make both Welsh Rarebit and Spanish Omelettes?
51222. A town, formerly at least frequented by invalids in the days when there were invalids who frequented places, declared its independence from its previous rulers in 1848 and is now part of a member of the EU. Can you name it and its neighbour that joined it in the declaration of independence?
51223. The Brenner Pass is bordered by what two countries?
51224. Geographically, what places are said to be the most central places of Europe, North America, South America, Asia, and Africa?
51225. How much advance notice does the prime minister have to give of a UK general election?
51227. Who was Gundappa Vishwanath's first ODI victim?
51228. Who was the youngest player to score 3000 ODI runs?
51229. In India's first ODI who opened the batting with Sunil Gavaskar?
51230. Is Rick Deckard a replicant?
51232. Who is the latest British footballer to be signed by Real Madrid?
51237. Whose excuse for not meeting Soviet leaders was, "They kept dying on me"?
51238. Where would you live if you were a Monagasque?
51239. What do widowed Asmat tribeswomen of New Guinea do to mourn their husbands?
51240. Who was the first person to cross Niagara on a tightrope?
51243. What is the name of Jango Fett's spacship in Episode 2?
51246. Hastings in Sussex, UK is famous for the 1066 invasions by the Normans. However, the town also lays claim to being the birthplace of the television. Can anyone explain as to why this would be the case and is there any evidence that indeed televison was born in this English seaside town?
51248. Who was the last NFL player to play both offense and defense?
51249. Does Opus Dei actually exist?
51250. What is the capital of Burkina Faso?
51251. What was the name of the first city that was the first to form?
51252. Having just listened to a track from a CD of theirs, I wondered if anyone else out there knows of an elephant orchestra?
51253. What year did Al Capone die?
51254. What can be used as an egg substitute, a drain cleaner, an ant repellant, a treatment for acne or dandruff and as a rust stain-remover, among other things?
51257. Who invented the television?
51258. What was Elvis Costello's birth name?
51259. What is a "good" estimation of the percent of the world's population that is lesbian or homosexual?
51260. For how long was Greek considered the language of Egyptian royalty?
51261. Chiaki Kuriyama, Go-Go Yubari in "Kill Bill", looks a lot like Miyako Kajiro in the Playstation 2 game "Forbidden Siren." Are they the same person?
51265. What unique distinction does Neil Armstrong hold among other US astronauts apart from the obvious one of being the first man to walk on the Moon?
51266. According to Ayurveda, what diet is best for hair growth?
51268. How do people survive being hit by a bolt of lightning?
51269. How many campuses does the University of Phoenix have?
51270. Why is Earth missing from Gustav Holst's symphony "The Planets" and why did he set the planets in the order that he did, with Mars first rather than Mercury?
51271. What exactly is the tune by Tomas Thallis that Vaughn Williams developed in his Fantasia? Are there particular words to the hymn?
51273. What is the highest number that pi has been recorded down to?
51274. Is the German esset character, which equates to a double "S", a letter in the German alphabet, and if so, where does it appear ordinally?
51275. What was invented for baseball players in 1932 by the Jockey Company of Chicago?
51276. In the 2003 Rugby World Cup Final, who scored England's only try?
51277. What was the name of the last colt to win racing's British Triple Crown?
51279. What connection is there between an imaginary flower that never fades and an E number?
51281. What is the most popular vacation place in the world?
51282. According to the IMDb.com which well-known film's "goofs" include the appearance of flags, letter U's, locks, stirrups, tractor tyre tracks and Lycra shorts?
51283. What movie has the biggest pie fight ever filmed in cinema?
51284. What is the longest movie ever filmed?
51285. Given that the French hardly use the letter W except in borrowed words, why does the name of French-speaking part of Belgium begin with W?
51286. What is the largest company in the world?
51287. The League of Nations was set up to prevent conflicts, however, it proved to be ineffective. Before World War II what acts of aggression was it unable to intervene in?
51288. Why do laxatives pass through the body so quickly?
51289. Which soccer player scored a goal for England against Scotland in his debut match while a player with a third division club?
51292. Who was the father of the female Noah mentioned in the Bible?
51293. What two famous TV stars belong to the same lodge called "The Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes"?
51294. Which literary man bought his cat bivalves?
51295. In literature whose sadistic sibling thinks he is a wolf?
51299. Is Pink Floyd planning to make another album?
51300. What is resonance?
51301. What post has been held by The Duke of Wellington, William Pitt, George V and Winston Churchill?
51302. Who designed the "Queen Mary 2"?
51303. Who is soon to join George IV, Sir Charles Napier and Major General Sir Henry Havelock?
51304. Who destroys Isengard and what does Mordor mean in "The Lord of the Rings"?
51305. In literature, which petted creature is tormented by a dwarf?
51307. In which novel does someone devour hard-boiled eggs, shells and all?
51309. Who is the TV presenter whose first name is Alan, and was born in 1925 in Cairo?
51310. Who is the UK's current prime minister?
51311. Who is the current emperor of Japan?
51312. Why is it that there are so more people with ADD compared to twenty years ago?
51313. This granddaughter of a famous banker had a famous novel dedicated to her, founded a famous charity and is buried in Westminster Abbey. Who is she and can you also name the banker, the book and the charity involved?
51314. Does the bouncing around on toes by ballet dancers cause any long term damage to the feet?
51316. What is the Devils Tower in Wyoming?
51317. Where was the largest religious gathering?
51319. Who is the youngest millionaire in the United States?
51321. Who is the lead singer of the band Yes?
51322. What industrial building is on the front cover of the album "Animals" by Pink Floyd?
51323. In literature, who tried to solve his bedding problems with a razor blade?
51325. In what song does Led Zeppelin sing about "Lord of the Rings"?
51326. Who was the first person to travel into space on a privately owned spacecraft?
51327. What is a phobia of wasps called?
51328. In ice skating what do you call a turn from the inside edge of one skate to the outside edge of the other?
51329. Who is Britain's biggest employer outside of the government?
51330. Which creature acquires its colouring from its food?
51331. Where is everything "so up to date" that they have "gone about as far as they can go"?
51332. Where in one place would you find 626 human beings, 202 horses, 55 dogs, 505 other assorted animals, 49 trees, 37 buildings, and 41 ships?
51333. Why did Stapleton Airport in Denver close?
51334. What does the word "slurry" mean?
51335. What is the phobia that the most people have?
51337. How did a word for an Italian drinking flask come to acquire an entirely different meaning in everyday English?
51339. When was the first car number plate issued and who was it issued to?
51340. A well known mnemonic is, "Did Mary ever visit Brighton Beach?" What does it refer to?
51341. What name is given to a sacred Aztec calendar consisting of 260 days which were divided into 20 weeks of 13 days?
51342. I'm having some of my AFT pals over for some pre-dinner drinks. First up I'm offering a special mix of Rye Whiskey, sweet Vermouth, bitters and a Maraschino cherry. Whose famous creation is this and what am I serving?
51343. Which land mass can Australia fit on two and a half times?
51347. The Montreal Expos are moving to Washington, DC. However, the team will not be allowed to call itself the traditional Washington Senators name. Why?
51348. Which famous wit is credited with observing that the name of which famous actor sounds like "someone farting in the bath"?
51349. What links Ronald Reagan, paying for oneself, bidding at decreasing prices, and nonsense?
51350. What poem contains the line, "And so they left the monkey house"?
51354. What member of the band Iron Butterfly wrote the 17-minute epic "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida"?
51357. From where came the Roman Catholic rosary, and do Anglicans ever use rosary-type prayer beads?
51358. Gene Autry, the singing cowboy, starred in many movies with his horse named Champion. What was Gene's father's name and the name of his horse, the grandfather of Champion?
51361. What is Tiger Woods' real name?
51362. Who decides upon the names given to hurricanes and how are the names chosen?
51364. Which college was the first to put numbers on their jerseys?
51365. Which American League pitcher has the least run support of any pitcher in the league?
51366. Which package delivery company was started in 1907 as a messenger company?
51369. Who wrote the poem which contains the line, "He is always on the spot and full of ginger"?
51371. Can we measure the speed of darkness?
51372. How many number one singles did Queen have in the UK and United States?
51376. What actress has a baby daughter named Apple?
51377. The Great Pyramids are the only remaining of the Seven Great Wonders of the Ancient World. Of the other six, which was the last to be destroyed, and how did it meet its unfortunate end?
51378. What is the smallest arthropod in the world?
51379. When was the first US presidential debate?
51381. In baseball, a batter hits a ball that bounces three times before it hits the wall of the right-center field gap. The center fielder then picks the ball up and throws it over the wall intentionally. What is the ruling?
51383. When and where did the sliding pole first appear in US firehouses?
51384. What is recognized as the first book of poetry written in the English language?
51386. Who founded the journal "Science" in 1883?
51387. What is the name of the world's largest deposit of iron ore?
51388. What is the smallest Federal electorate in Australia?
51390. If you had been looking for him, where would you have found astronomer Charles Green on 3 June 1769?
51392. Starting with the fewest won, can anyone list these MLB teams from how many World Series they have won, and include how many they have won: Red Sox, Cubs, Yankees, A's, White Sox, Astros, Brewers, Phillies, and Dodgers?
51393. Which city's natives call themselves Cariocas?
51394. Who was the last British Viceroy of India?
51395. Which motor racing track is known as the Brickyard?
51399. Who once proclaimed, "Love is like quicksilver in the hand. Leave the fingers open and it stays. Clutch it and it darts away"?
51400. What is the percentage of Muslims in the world?
51402. If the Americans call a trailer the thing that the British call a caravan, what do the Americans call the thing that the British call a trailer?
51403. What are those stones that look like giant mushrooms called, and what were they used for?
51404. How many steps lead up to St. Peter's Basilica in Rome?
51405. When was Charlie Brown first called a blockhead, and by who?
51406. What is specifically defined as 1/48th of an inch?
51407. Why did it take 8 years from the first non-stop flight across the Alantic in 1919 to the first solo non-stop flight in 1927?
51408. In Ben Franklin's Poor Richard's Almanac who is Poor Richard?
51409. Where in the world is the only Great White Shark held in human captivity?
51410. Do we know roughly how many people were involved in Lozier's infamous Manhattan cutting hoax and did Lozier make any money from it?
51412. There is an equation in physics that says E^2 = m"2c^4 + p^2c"2. What does p represent in this equation?
51413. Edwin Moses was undefeated in the 400m hurdles between August 1977 and June 1987. Who finally succeeded in beating him in the event?
51414. For which group of readers would an American author be writing to be eligible for the Newbery Medal?
51415. In which country was Mother Theresa born?
51416. Is the name of the restaurant chain "Ruby Tuesday" taken from the name of the Rolling Stone song?
51417. Who was Alexander the Great's second in command?
51419. The song "Martha My Dear" by the Beatles was a dedication to Paul's dog, but who or what was the song "Dear Prudence" a reference to, if any?
51420. Is quinine a stimulant, and if it is, how powerful is it compared to caffeine?
51421. DSM, a chemical company in Augusta, Georgia, headquarters are located where?
51422. How old is James Marsters?
51423. What were the names of the war horses owned by Alexander the Great, Napoleon, George Washington, George Armstrong Custer, and George Patton? I believe Patton served in the horse cavalry during the Mexican Expedition that followed Pancho Villa's raid into Texas and so must have had a war mount.
51424. How many British monarchs have there been since the year 1000, how many of them died natural deaths, and how many died as a result of assassination, execution, or deaths other then natural?
51425. Who was the only US president to hold a government patent, and for what invention or process was it issued?
51426. Where, when, and by whom does archeological evidence recognize as the first brewers of beer?
51427. "O.K." is an acronym. What does it stand for?
51430. One US state is said to produce two-thirds of the world's supply of one particular vegetable. Which state and which vegetable?
51431. Who once proclaimed, "The best number for a dinner party is two, myself and a damn good headwaiter"?
51432. Whose poignant remark is this, "If penicillin can cure those who are ill, Spanish sherry can bring the dead back to life"?
51433. Which famous story mentions the discovery of the two moons of Mars just over 150 years before they were actually discovered?
51434. Frans Hals' "Laughing Cavalier" is clearly smiling rather than laughing. Are there are any notable portraits of somebody actually laughing or is portraiture too serious for that?
51435. Where is the world's largest slag heap?
51436. What type of bird is featured on the Ugandan flag?
51437. Which author created Brother Cadfael?
51438. In which year was the Clive Churchill medal first awarded for the best player in the National Rugby League/NSWRL Grand Final in Australia?
51439. What is Mark Latham's second given name? He's leader of the Australian Labor Party, if you're wondering.
51440. Is it all right to use the term handsome for women and beautiful for men?
51442. Producer Al Kooper signed Lynyrd Skynyrd to MCA after seeing them play at an Atlanta club in 1972. What was the name of that club?
51444. Who was appointed the England Rugby Union coach in October 2004?
51445. Snooker, you rattle a red in the jaws of the pocket. It's teetering. You turn and walk back to your seat and your opponent rises. As you pass each other, the red falls into the pocket. Who scores the point for the red?
51446. Who is the actor who played a porn star in the movie "Boogie Nights" and was that his highest grossing movie?
51447. According to Greek myth, Persephone's mother is Demeter. Persephone is goddess of the underworld, and Demeter is goddess of what?
51448. What percent of the world can fluently speak at least two languages?
51449. What were the names of the shooters of the Columbine tragedy?
51450. What two young people stared in the Disney movie "The Happiest Millionaire" and also in "The One and Only Genuine Original Family Band"?
51451. When were Post-Its created and who created them? Do they still sell like they used to?
51453. Which everyday English word used to mean "the last arrrow fired in an archery tournament"?
51454. On "Charmed" in the episode "Enter the Demon" how did Piper and the Zen Master switch their bodies back?
51455. What is a Kronk?
51457. This famous person was a quarter Peruvian and abandoned a successful career, a wife and five children to live out East. Who was it?
51458. According to official government statistics, how many foxes are killed each year by hunting in the UK?
51459. Being tempted by some succulent local seafood, should I opt for the Seafood Chowder or the Seafood Bisque at this fine establishment of Chez Baloo? What is the difference between them one might ask?
51461. What is Kawasaki disease and which part of the population does it affect?
51462. Which European country features the words "Virtus Unita Fortius" on its coat of arms?
51463. Who was the world record holder for the mile before Roger Bannister broke it in his historic sub-four minute effort in 1954?
51464. On what album was Kansas' monster hit "Dust in the Wind"?
51467. Who had the longest running fitness and health show on television?
51469. Could anyone tell me the name of a film released in the 70's which was a true story based on the diaries of a woman dying of leukaemia, and her boyfriend who used to play and sing all John Denver material?
51470. What are the first three initials given to every major British ship and what do the letters stand for?
51471. I'm looking for "Hot Coffee" and "Goodfood." Where should I start looking?
51472. What are the Towers of Hanoi, and why the connotation with Hanoi when there is apparently no connection?
51473. Any South Africans here who can tell me what the children's confectionary from around the 1950's called "eskimo fire" is?
51475. What is Kwok's disease?
51478. Given that the Great Pyramids are the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still standing, what would I now find at the sites of the other six?
51479. Is the game of conkers widely played by children in countries outside the UK?
51480. I've seen commercials and ads for the largest cookie ever, but who really made the largest cookie ever and where?
51481. Which large antique did oil tycoon Robert McCullough purchase in 1968?
51482. Which movie was based on Christopher Isherwood's novel "Goodbye to Berlin"?
51483. The Nobel Prize for literature is traditionally awarded on which day?
51486. Which country enjoys a soft drink called "Mucos"?
51487. Which painter was the subject of Irving Stone's "Lust for Life"?
51491. What state does Superman live in?
51493. What is the purpose of the appendix?
51494. Why, when you conduct more probability experiments, does the experimental probability get closer to the theoretical probability the more you do it?
51496. What mammal has scales?
51497. A recent documentary said that when an area of water freezes over, the thickness of the ice varies with the depth of water beneath it. Why should this be?
51498. What is the latitude and longitude of the north pole and the south pole?