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Questions From Nov 17 04
52501. What kind of music do barbers and tailors play together?
52502. While some argue against it, it is said that Da Vinci cheated in painting some of his famous "accurate" portraits. How did he cheat, and what tipped people off to the fact that he cheated?
52504. Who met with a near fatal accident at Indianapolis but recovered well enough to make a return to the podium at the Japanese Grand Prix?
52505. What's the difference between Indians, Red Indians and American Indians?
52506. If you want to see people living in Hell, what part of US would you go to?
52508. What is the Nirvana song "Polly" about?
52509. What is a bustle and a hedgerow?
52511. Why is it that if you pull a loose thread on a garment it will undo the whole seam, hem, buttonhole or whatever, yet if you actually want to undo a seam or hem, you will have to cut each stitch individually?
52512. Which comedian's name is derived from an ancient word for the letter Z?
52514. Who is the president of Cuba?
52517. Where do we get the phrase déjà vu?
52518. I know a Madras is hot, but do curries generally tend to be spicier in the south than in the north of India?
52519. Which three types of soil are distinguished by the soil-fist test and how exactly is this test done?
52521. Who defended John T. Scopes at the "Monkey Trial" and why was it named that?
52522. A notorious man was imprisoned in a Bastille jail and he died on this day, November 18th, in 1703. Who was he?
52524. Who was responsible for the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103?
52525. Where did the tabs key and tabs get that name?
52526. What does "billabong" mean?
52528. How many dog breeds are there, and what species of wild 'dog' were most domestic dogs descended from?
52530. Why are smileys called so even when some of them are frowning?
52532. Here in Australia we have had decimal currency for almost 40 years. Why then was L S D used as the initials for pounds, shillings and pence, and further, why lbs for pounds weight?
52534. Is the character Pat from Saturday Night Live a male or a female?
52535. How many people went to find gold in Canada's gold rush?
52536. What types of dogs are good for being sled dogs?
52538. Name the giant holiday company that collapsed in 1974?
52539. Who was suspended from athletics after a positive drug test for the banned substance tetrahydro in 2003?
52540. What was the name of the blonde woman who was in the video of the song "White Christmas" along with Bing Crosby?
52541. What is meant specifically by the term 20-20 when referring to vision?
52543. What animal that still exists on Earth can have eyes the size of volleyballs?
52544. Which was the last country in the Americas to abolish slavery (in the plain, literal sense) and when?
52546. Which language does the girl's name Tesfaye (pronounced Tess-foy) come from?
52547. Who is the only person to play for the Boston Red Sox, the Boston Celtics and the Boston Bruins all in the same year?
52548. On the back of a US dollar bill, what is the symbolism of the pyramid with the eye at its apex?
52549. Why are priests called men of the cloth?
52551. Who sang the original "Winter Wonderland" and in what year?
52552. Which cocktail is made from vodka and fresh orange juice?
52553. What was the first UK number one in which the title posed a question?
52554. Which Coolio song uses the chords of Pachabel's Canon?
52555. What poem by what author describes an event in the life of King Hezekiah?
52556. Who said, "When kids hit one year old, it's like hanging out with a miniature drunk. You have to hold onto them. They bump into things. They laugh and cry. They urinate. They vomit."
52558. During the infamous Altamount concert in 1969, what musician was punched by a member of the Hell's Angels?
52559. Who designed the layout for the keyboard?
52560. Is Sedna classed as a real planet? What about Pluto?
52561. What is the world record for the number of times a person has made a thrown stone skip across a watery surface?
52565. What was the title of the record and name of the artist that was played over and over on a radio station in the Los Angeles area around '62, '63?
52566. What is Reiki?
52569. Why does thunder "roll" -- why does the sound fluctuate in intensity?
52571. Made would be my name if I was born on this island and why?
52572. Which fruit do some say contributed to the death of Steve McQueen?
52573. Three different songs titled "The Power of Love" were in the UK charts at the same time. When, and who were the artists?
52574. What is a bluestocking and what was its origin?
52575. Do foxes ever fight badgers and who would tend to come off worse in such a fight?
52577. Who used his 1944 invention, produced in occupied Holland in World War II, to save the lives of members of the resistance?
52578. Which US presidents were bald?
52580. What punishment, if any, was meted out to Billy Bremner and Francis Lee for their famous on-pitch punch-up?
52581. Why can't countries be awarded 9 or 11 points at the Eurovision Song Contest?
52582. Which animal has the most bones in its nose?
52584. What actor was forced to give up the role of the Tinman in The Wizard of Oz and why?
52585. How did L. Frank Baum come up with the name Oz for the Wizard of Oz?
52586. Considering the relative density, and the well known phrase, how much is blood thicker than water?
52587. What is Vastu?
52589. Which advertising agency named an Indian politician "Mr. Clean" and who was the politician?
52590. Ad guru Ian Batey has recently named what Indian brand as one of the potentially global Indian brands?
52591. What is the 2004 movie that includes Chad Michael Murray as Austin and Hilary Duff as Sam?
52592. Which Beatles' song had the working title of
52594. I've been reading some Wodehouse recently and I've come across a reference to a game called "fives". As far as I know it's played between two people. Any ideas?
52595. Where might you find the words, "In these stones horizons sing"?
52596. What was the reason behind Marvin Gaye's father shooting and killing his son?
52597. In the States the day after Thanksgiving is known as Black Friday when mobs pack the cheesy malls and start purchasing their Christmas gifts. Black Friday is the biggest single retail profit day of the year. Is there anything similar in the UK?
52598. What is the name of the Washington, DC baseball team?
52599. How many submersibles have reached the bottom of the Marianas Trench?
52600. What was poignant about the place where Henry IV died?
52601. Why did the first Israeli prime minister change his name?
52602. What is written on the tattoo on the left bicep of the character Mike from "Desperate Housewives"?
52603. Having just heard Natalie Appleton on "I'm a Celebrity (UK)" where did she get that American accent? She's meant to be British!
52604. Symptomatically, is there any difference between a bad case of the common cold and a mild case of flu?
52605. Which UK top five hit of the 1970s starts with the tune played by Big Ben?
52606. Why was a sculpture of a hat and rosette erected this year in a very small festival town famous for its boggy pursuits? What other event in the town is the sculpture associated with?
52607. Who was the actress who played Mugsy in the 1970s Saturday morning TV show "Mugsy"?
52609. What constitutes Generation X, Y and Z?
52611. As far as brand performance goes this is really interesting. Interbrand had once pegged this brand's value higher than the company's market capitalisation. This 16 year old brand was valued at a whopping rs.350 crore. The brand stands for style, quality, value and is made in India. Which brand is this?
52614. Can anyone tell me exactly how long John Elway's football career lasted?
52618. How are circular rainbows made? I saw an outer and an inner rainbow up in a plane reflecting on the clouds. It was very cool.
52619. Why does Thanksgiving always fall on a Thursday?
52621. What was the first clue for police in the Menendez case?
52622. In the bar in Gloucester, Massachusetts, famous for being in the book "The Perfect Storm" what is on the wall on your right when you walk in the front door?
52623. What are the themes in the novel "Call of the Wild" by Jack London?
52624. In William Golding's "Lord of the Flies" do the children ever capture the beastie?
52626. Why are some couples called "yuppies?"
52628. What's the difference between a ship and a boat?
52631. In 2002 a US state legislature authorised a new licence plate. Ultimately the Department of Motor Vehicles rejected the concept, noting that "the inappropriate use of weapons of mass destruction would offend our citizens." What state was this and what was the plate depicting?
52632. What is the first name of Ranger Smith on the Yogi Bear cartoons?
52633. There are words like cleave which have two opposite meanings. What is the word for these words?
52634. Recently, I heard that one of our blind archers did well. How exactly does blind archery work?
52636. This sounds funny, but it's trivia and has a correct answer. How many balloons does it take to light a light bulb temporarily?
52637. Why is "woman" so named?
52639. Asked before, but I can't find it again via the search function. What is the name of the music on the British TV advert for Bailey's and who is it by?
52643. What is xenoglossy?
52644. Which West End play almost begs the audience into not telling other potential play-goers about the denouement?
52645. Florida has its own abominable snowman. What is it called and why this name?
52646. What would I have if I put iron powder, crushed activated charcoal, sawdust, vermiculite, salt, and some water in a plastic bag and mixed it?
52647. According to the latitude and longitude given in this Wednesday's episode of "The Bill" what part of London is Sun Hill in?
52648. Are there any written accounts of the first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims and Indians or is it more a legend?
52649. Concerning the RC Confessional seal, what confessed situations would the priest be allowed to reveal to a third party such as law enforcement?
52650. Is the name Jughead as in the Archie comics or the Jughead, pronounced "Jughaid" of the Snuffy Smith comics, actually a real name?
52651. What facial feature did Henry VIII of England and his offspring, Edward VI, Mary I, Elizabeth I, and Henry the Duke of Richmond, lack?
52652. The French may have shunned Iraq but France did controversially send 5,000 of its troops to which other country last year and why?
52653. Which play starring Richard Attenborough opened in London 25 November 1952?
52654. Apart from ebony for the black keys, which other woods are usually found in a grand piano?
52656. Burgeilei is Welsh for which breed of dog?
52658. What is osteopathy?
52660. I have just read a book which said that the remains of a late Australian prime minister was found in the stomach of a great white shark. Who was the unfortunate prime minister?
52661. What is the term for the statues on Easter Island?
52662. Did the person who plays Shadrach Dingle in "Emmerdale Farm" also play the cowardly lion in "The Wizard of Oz"?
52663. What is the difference between apple cider and apple juice?
52664. What was the makeup of Congress (what percentage was Democrats and what Republicans) during Eisenhower's presidency, and is there a website I can find information like this for any US president?
52665. What was the name of the man from the Levi jeans advert with "I Heard it Through the Grapevine"? How much was he paid, and has he done anything since?
52666. How should you pronounce the word 'migraine'? Is it meant to be pronounced my-grain or me-grain?
52667. Did Günter Grass write anymore popular novels after his very sucessful "Tin Drum"?
52668. How many men have actually been part of the "Blue Man Group"?
52669. Which part of the ocean floor is the deepest from the surface?
52670. How do ocean and sea differ?
52671. What is the difference between a gulf and a bay?
52673. Which country has banned the sale of tobacco altogether?
52675. Who is Walter Cronkite?
52676. The British Council just voted the word "mother" as the most beautiful word in the English language. What was the second most beautiful word?
52677. What, with supporting reference, is the Balinese word for "no"?
52678. Any dart players out there, what is the diameter in inches of a standard competition dartboard?
52679. Which animal has the heaviest set of horns growing from its head and how much do they weigh?
52681. If your diet consisted chiefly of rice, in which vitamin would you be mostly deficient and to which disease would you be most susceptible?
52683. Which art form is produced by etching copper with nitric acid?
52684. With which religion would you associate an afreet?
52687. Where did the Green revolution begin?
52688. The internet magazine "Magnificent 7" is dedicated to which of the following persons: Bill Gates, Azim Hasham Premji, David Beckham, or Larry Page?
52689. How many Indian States have Legislative councils: 6, 9, 12 or 16?
52690. When was the term "Black Friday" first used?
52691. In "Julius Caesar" one reads about Cicero speaking Greek, ("It was but Greek to me." - Casca). Is there any historical basis for this, and if so, what did Cicero say?
52693. On many a crucifix above Christ's head appear the letters INRI. What do these letters stand for?
52695. What does the Portuguese word força mean, as in Nelly Furtado's song?
52696. We know Cicero was beheaded under orders of Antony in Formiae, but where was his final resting place, not meaning his head and hands which went on display in the Forum, and what was the imagery displayed on this resting place?
52697. What was the title of a movie that was a re-telling of the "Macbeth" story set in modern-day New Orleans against a Mafia gang war?
52699. Which song is sung in both "Singing in the Rain" 1952 and "Alien" 1979?
52700. Stock Market reports refer to the London FTSE100. Will someone please enlighten me as to what those letters stand for? I gather the last two are an abbreviation of "Stock Exchange" and I'm thinking the first two may represent "Futures Trading."
52702. My copy of the autobiography entitled "Breaking the Surface" has been personally signed by its author. Whose signature appears on the inside front cover of my book?
52703. In which city was the world's first cinema built?
52704. In which treaty was it stated that boundary markers should be inscribed in Russian, Manchu, Chinese, Mongolian - and Latin?
52706. From where comes Kwanzaa?
52707. What is a Jinni?
52708. What colour was Pepsi before it was turned black?
52709. What are the heaviest and lightest human babies to have been born and survived?
52710. How did the Aztecs transport goods?
52712. As an Aztec male, what were your choices of profession?
52714. 50% of the US population live within a day's drive of which national park?
52715. What is the moon really made of?
52716. The G-MEX centre in Manchester is named after the company who owns it. But what is it short for?
52717. How did Anthony, Earl of Rivers, die? Was he gruesomely stabbed like he was in the 1995 film version of Shakespeare's "Richard III" starring Robert Downey, Jr. as the Earl?
52721. In the 1998 NHL season, who scored the most goals?
52722. Buttercup syrup contains chloroform. Why?
52723. Who is Abaddon?
52725. A famous astronomer had his middle finger severed posthumously and it is now on display in a museum encased in glass. Who was this scientist, who was the dude who decided to cut his finger off, and what museum would I be in admiring it?
52726. Which bridge is falling down due to a wee problem?
52728. Which tune was used for two songs, one that was a UK hit in 1902 and one that was a UK number one hit in the early 1960s?
52729. Where was chess invented, and by whom?
52730. What does Pepsi stand for?
52731. Is there a twelfth book in "A Series of Unfortunate Events" and if there is, what is it called?
52732. What does "USS" in the USS Ronald Reagan, for example, mean?
52733. What was the name of the inventor who invented
the first seated toilet with the drainage system
in the year 2500BC?
52734. Does anyone know what city the Playstation game "The X-Files" is set around?
52735. In the James Bond movie "Dr. No" what is the make and year of the large black car (hearse?) that goes over the cliff?
52736. Why is unsalted butter normally more expensive than salted butter?
52738. Why are whole peppercorns always more expensive than the crushed pepper one can buy?
52739. What was the most played pop music hit single of the 20th century?
52740. When did the United States claim the Virgin Islands?
52741. In my local art gallery there is a sign saying, "No Helium Balloons." Why is this?
52744. In the 1960s, two Florida beach bums were inspired to commit a famous burglary after watching a film about a heist. What was the film, why were they able to pull off the theft so easily, and how did Eva Gabor's evidence help to find what was stolen?
52745. By what name is Sydenham's Chorea better known?
52746. Which married couple won individual gold medals at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics?
52747. Which English painter died under the assumed name of Booth?
52748. What were Kunzle cakes? How did they get their name? When and why did they vanish?
52749. From what movie is this quote taken, "Chip, chip, chipper monkey"?
52750. "Lapsus linguae" is a slip of the tongue and a "lapsus calami" is a slip of the pen, but is there a similar Latin expression for a typo?
52751. The name of which Pacific Island nation literally means "eight standing alone"?
52752. Who is the wealthier, Donald Trump or Sir Richard Branson?
52753. How many players are permitted on an NFL team in total, not just on the field?
52754. What are the last names of the main characters
in the sitcom "Friends"?
52755. Who is George Eads?
52756. What is the song "Baa Baa Black Sheep" about?
52757. On holiday in France recently I made the acquaintance of a beautiful Dalmatian dog named Rosie. How old was she?
52758. How many gold medals did France win in the 2003 World Athletics Championships?
52759. What is the name of the first child born in the new millenium?
52761. When was the first nursery rhyme written?
52762. Brandon Lee died on the set of "The Crow." What other actors have died on the set of films?
52763. Where was the first bottled Coke drunk?
52764. Who once proclaimed, "I don't excercise. If God wanted me to bend over, he would have put diamonds on the floor"?
52766. Which island near Runnymede was the supposed site of the sealing of the Magna Carta?
52768. If a rock chopper went to Ireland, would he be classed as a left footer or a right footer?
52770. What group is seeking a papal apology for persecutions that happened about 700 years ago?
52773. Why is the number 786 considered auspicious in Islam?
52774. Which famous author's name was misspelt by his printer and has been spelt that way ever since?
52775. Can pelvic floor exercises be done by men and are they of any benefit? If so, for how long would I have to do them to make a difference?
52776. Which Nobel prize winner's wife is said to have had a miscarriage as she had to run after a very fast-walking husband?
52777. In which Sydney suburb did real estate company L.J. Hooker first open its doors in 1928?
52778. What is the greatest number of batsmen dismissed "caught and bowled" in one innings of a Test Match?
52779. Which company lays claim to the world's oldest trademark?
52780. Which country is the world's leading producer of opium?
52781. What is it in a Sharpie or any permanent marker that you're not supposed to sniff?
52782. In the food production industry ethylene gas is commonly used to do what?
52784. Where is the biggest mall in the world and by how much is it bigger than the second biggest?
52785. Are all stars "suns" in other solar systems? And what about shooting stars?
52787. What is Borley, Essex's claim to fame?
52789. Who was Mary Queen of Scots?
52790. What is the origin of the name "Condoleezza" as in Condoleezza Rice?
52792. When and where was a publication last burned in England or Wales by 'the common hangman' on the order of a court of law, and was the burning done in public?
52794. What is the place where Donald Duck and company live?
52796. How much money did Ken Jennings finally walk away with after being dethroned on the American television quiz show "Jeopardy!"?
52797. What is a schiffli?
52798. Is it true that if your feces doesn't float, you need more iron in your diet?
52799. When did World AIDS Day start and which country has been worst affected by the disease?
52800. What is the third most "food consuming holiday" for most Americans?
52801. They are named after an item of headwear and a booming market in them collapsed in 1637. What are they and why is it illegal to sell striped ones in the EU?
52802. As of 2004 what is the world's busiest airport, Hartsfield or O'Hare?
52803. What is the female equivalent of an Atlas figure?
52804. Which American author was born on her father's birthday and died within 24 hours of him?
52805. What word did Picasso define as "a lie that makes us realize the truth"?
52806. Which notorious cruise ship was launched as the "Willem Ruys" in 1947?
52807. Which country did the British originally offer as a homeland for the Jews?
52808. Who introduced the terms 'U' and 'Non-U' and what do they mean?
52810. How many musical works did Mozart compose in his life, and has any famed musician composed more?
52811. What are the world's shortest and longest railway platforms?
52812. What is Eric Idle most known for?
52814. Why is Birmingham, Alabama called "The Magic City"?
52816. Was David Murray, head of the Commonwealth Bank in Australia, ever married to Ros Kelly ?
52817. What is the fastest growing city in the United States?
52818. How much were the 'celebrities' paid for going on "I'm a Celebrity"?
52819. Which film had three of its stars in the top five Sexiest Movie Stars in a 2004 poll by Empire Magazine?
52822. What is the difference between a crocodile and an alligator?
52823. Is "mumpsimus" a real word?
52825. How did "Dord" mistakenly become an entry in a well-known dictionary?
52827. What is a metrosexual person?
52828. Besides being food, what else is macaroni and cheese?
52829. To you all Texanos out there, which were the very first two songs recorded by Los Humildes on the Fama record label in 1972?
52830. How many islands are there in the Hawaiian Islands?
52831. Which is the most recorded song in history?
52832. What is the difference between butter and margarine?
52833. What was the first Gram-O-Phone record
originally made out of in the year 1887?
52834. Who is doing the Native American noises in the Johnny Preston hit "Running Bear"? Which other hit records have famous uncredited backing vocalists?
52835. Who recorded "Mary had a Little Lamb" with
his own voice in 1877?
52836. In 1905 what was the Royal Crown Company originally called before it was renamed to Royal Crown?
52837. Early in his career John Lennon never appears wearing eye glasses, later he more than often has them on. Did his eyesight go bad or was he just hiding his need for them when he was young?
52839. Who was the original director of "Gone With the Wind"?
52840. Who invented balloons? Why do we have them at parties?
52841. Where in the world is the second oldest tennis club?
52842. The people of what national origin are most likely to have red hair?
52843. Why do we dream? Do we always dream everytime we sleep? Why can't we remember the majority of our dreams?
52844. Who first used acronyms found in chatrooms such as LOL, LMAO and brb?
52847. What does "NASA" mean in Hebrew?
52848. In the fashion industry, what term describes a clothing line priced well below a designer's signature collection? Is that a Bridge Line?
52850. Which eminent Victorian died exactly five years to the day after surviving a rail disaster?
52851. Why is the witch of Agnesi so called?
52853. I recently watched an episode of "Crossing Jordan" and Ethan Sandler was part of the cast. Is he Adam Sandler's brother or related in any way?
52854. What were Mickey Mouse's first words?
52857. Who has been the youngest Nobel Prize awardee in the Physiology and Medicine category?
52858. Who died first, King George V or Rudyard Kipling?
52859. Who was Bertrand Russell's godfather?
52860. The Nobel Prize has been given out to a father and daughter once before and to a mother and daughter. Who were they and for what did they receive it?
52861. There have been six Nobel Prize Laurates that decided to decline their awards. Who were they?
52862. In which countries did R.E.M's "Losing My Religion" get to number one in the charts?
52863. Which countries have ruled that same sex marraiges are illegal?
52864. Why do pregnant women always have some sort of craving?
52870. In police jargon, what is a cat and dog?
52875. In addition to Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn, what other performer was nominated for Scorsese's "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore"?
52876. Who plays Ellen Burstyn's abusive boyfriend in the early scenes of Scorsese's "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1975)?
52877. Who played the title character in Scorsese?s "Boxcar Bertha" (1972)?
52878. In Scorsese's "New York, New York" what singer's style does Liza Minnelli copy when her character cuts a demo record of the song "There Goes the Ballgame"?
52879. Who famously mixed something people used to use for washing with something people used to use for preserving corpses and ended up with a substance that people used to have a lot of around their homes? For a bonus, what does ten-pin bowling have to do with the discovery?
52881. You get covered in spots when the sunlight hits your skin. There are only 800 people in the world that have it, four of them are in the United States, and one of them is an 11 year old boy from Cleveland, Ohio. It is a reccesive allele. Can you identify this disease?
52883. Are there any statues or monuments of Oliver Cromwell in Britain? How about his grave site, is that a venerated place?
52888. How many people is it safe to be in a carriage on a train in the London Underground?
52889. Are chestnuts still available?
52890. "Blue moon" is a term for the rare occasion when there are two full moons in one month. How often is there really a blue moon? Even rarer, how often are there two blue moons in a single year and when will this next occur?
52891. Why has one country, with a population similar to the English city of Leicester, managed to produce two Miss Worlds, win eight World's Strongest Man titles, produced Nobel Prize winning literature and still frequently come in the top three for literacy and life expectancy?
52892. Someone who has worked in a morgue tells me that corpses have been known to groan and sit up. Why does this happen?
52893. In "Survivor: Allstars" when they had the American vote show Rupert won, but was it ever announced what the overall placings were for everyone?
52895. Which runner became the first person to cover 100 yards in nine seconds?
52896. Which soccer club holds the world record for winning domestic league titles?
52897. Which is the hottest planet in our solar system?
52898. We all know that the Earth is two thirds covered by water but how much of the land surface is covered by dessert?
52899. I have a favorite character named Iori Yagami in the video game "The King of Fighters." After he wins a match, he says, "Sonomama shine!" (So-no-ma-ma She-Ne). How is that translated from Japanese?
52900. Which everyday furniture item ultimately derives its name from the Latin for a shade of red and why?
52904. Who first referred to an exposed buttocks as a "moon"?
52905. What society or cult did many of the people who signed the US Constitution belong to?
52906. What purpose does an olive in a martini serve?
52907. Are there any similarities in the origin of the word 'stool' as in footstool and 'stool' as in a bowel movement?
52908. Why do they call it "rush hour" when nothing is moving?
52910. Why do people use 'booze' referring to alcohol and who came up with that idea?
52911. What was the first reality TV show?
52913. What is the origin of the term "kick the bucket"
when referring to death?
52915. Who was the oldest woman to give birth to a baby?
52917. What is in Brut cologne? Are the flowers used to scent men's colognes and aftershaves generally the same as those used to scent women's perfumes?
52918. Which is the biggest agricultural university of Asia and of the world?
52920. What links hieroglyphs with wave interference?
52922. Who said, "If you get a job you really love you will never work another day in your life"?
52923. Which is the world's richest country?
52924. Which is the world's poorest country?
52925. How did Wales become more 'enlightened' last week?
52926. What were the first words ever said in a movie?
52928. Which came first, Dagwood the comic character or Dagwood the sandwich?
52929. Can someone please explain in layman's terms as to why PITT got a BCS bid? Why not Texas or Cal?
52930. What is EVP and does it truly work?
52931. What nationality is actress Samia Ghadie?
52933. How old was the youngest person that sucessfully commited suicide?
52934. Apart from those here that are too young for alcohol, I think it's time for a drink. But perhaps not this one! A mixture of whiskey, Pernod, bitters, syrup and a bit of lemon is what it would be if I were making it here in the UK. What is it, and what would be in the more original version?
52938. How old was the youngest woman to give birth to a baby?
52940. What are "chavs", where does the word originate and who are some famous examples?
52941. What number is the solid purple ball in pool?
52943. What is the most number of breasts any human in recorded history has had?
52945. Hanukkah falls on a different date each year. The celebration begins on the twenty-fifth day of the ninth month of the Jewish year, occurring in November or December. What is the name of this Jewish month?
52947. What percentage of the Earth's surface area is desert?
52949. What kind of wood is fiddleback anegre?
52950. Who is the current leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP)?
52951. Who is the current leader of the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP)?
52956. Happy Chanukkah everyone! What is the name of the candle that lights the Menorah?
52957. In the movie "Terminal" what is the name of the country that Tom Hanks' character is from?
52958. Which author's husband left her in 1992 after 30 years of marriage after a psychic told him that he and his wife were not compatible?
52961. In the movie "Groundhog Day" how many times does Bill Murray live through February 2nd?
52962. In the first amendment of the Bill of Rights, what does the saying "a redress of grievances" mean?
52964. What started the Great Depression?
52967. On whose eyelids does Puck press the magic nectar?
52969. Where did the medical symbol of the two snakes coiled around a stick originate? What does it mean?
52971. Can you recycle ceramic?
52973. Approximately 90 percent of the United States' lead production is situated around what small Midwestern town?
52976. What is the longest journey ever made on horseback?
52980. Which Christmas carol contains the line, "O tidings of comfort and joy"?
52981. Originally native to Mexico, what is traditionally known as the Christmas flower?
52982. In Dr. Seuss, who speaks for the trees because they are unable to speak for themselves?
52984. What is the name of the wax that museums use to protect metals from oxidizing?
52986. What is Melba toast?
52988. What book was Mark David Chapman holding when he shot John Lennon?
52989. What is formaldehyde?
52990. Why do American people refer to money as "buck" instead of "dollar"?
52994. In a recent poll what group had the greatest all-time riff and what was the song?
52995. How many goals did Toronto score the night that Darryl Sittler got 10 points in a game?
52996. What US president may have been gay?
52999. What is the loop on a belt that keeps the end in place after it has passed through the buckle called?