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Questions From Dec 27 04
53502. What are the "seven fishes" that many Italians eat on Christmas Eve, and what is the significance of this tradition?
53504. What is the name of the bear who lives in a tree house in The Magic Forest?
53505. Which famous man had a fox terrier called Igloo?
53507. Why was "Ctrl-Alt-Delete" in the news earlier this year?
53508. What was the first volume of recipes titled, by whom was it written and when?
53509. After numerous attempts of trying to decipher one of the most famous novels in history, my brain is spinning. This book has a whole section that sports absolutely no punctuation whatsoever. Actually the whole premise is quite bizarre. What is the name of this ponderous novel and who was the bloke that wrote it?
53511. Who won golf's British Open in its centenary year?
53512. I have watched many news reports of the ongoing tragedy following the tsunami in the Indian Ocean, but have seen no reports of casualties in either Burma or Bangladesh. Did these two countries somehow escape the devastation even though they are in the immediate vicinity of the tsunami and its after-effects ?
53513. In the Harry Potter books what kind of spell is Wingardium Leviosa?
53514. What is a man-made mechanism that is designed to be stopped as soon as it starts working?
53515. Whose best friend and algebra partner is Stanton Harcourt the Third?
53516. What is the temperature of outer space?
53522. Since the Chrysanthemum throne has not produced a male heir, an amendment is sought to The Constitution to enable a female empress to sit on the throne. Is the United States involved in this amendment to the constitution?
53523. Who were the first cartoon couple to be seen sharing a double bed?
53525. Which James Bond film star is mentioned in the song Mac the Knife?
53526. What is X-Men character Wolverine's real name?
53527. What started the tradition of decorating a tree for Christmas?
53528. How many jelly bean flavors are there?
53529. What does the PGA stand for in PGA Golf?
53530. In which sport do you start at the south stake?
53531. How long would it take for a man to walk around the earth?
53532. Is the Earth a perfect sphere? Is there any planet that is?
53534. They are calling the recent tsunami in the Indian Ocean the worst national disaster ever. What disaster held this infamous record prior?
53535. Which novelist had a close shave, after an airline connection delay saved him from his ultimate demise from a well known serial killer?
53536. From where does the Boston nickname of "Beantown" come?
53537. Which Womble shared his name with a 1911 short story about a talking cat?
53538. Every one and a half years computer chips get twice as complex according to whose law?
53539. What is an escapulario?
53543. In "Friends" Ross's pet monkey, Marcel, left when he supposedly got a part in which film?
53544. What is the title of the music that introdues Looney Tunes?
53546. Which musical film was going to be called "Hot Lunch"?
53555. As light intensity decreases, red objects are perceived to fade faster than blue objects of similar brightness. What term is given to describe this optical phenomena?
53558. Which craft was claimed to have been found in the same month that a craft named after it was confirmed lost?
53560. Who was the Masked Magician who revealed "Magic's Biggest Secrets" on TV?
53561. What was hiding in Herman Farbage's tree?
53563. What is the highest price ever paid for a house and who paid it?
53564. Arbroath Smokies won a GPI this year. What is a GPI and what else has one?
53565. Which country contributes most to international aid as a percentage of their GDP (Gross Domestic Product)?
53566. Which country contributes least to international aid as a percentage of their GDP (Gross Domestic Product)?
53567. What is Hogmanay and what does it involve?
53568. What does 'porn' stand for in pornography?
53569. Who was the first gay couple to get married?
53570. Who were the original "Tweedledum and Tweedledee"?
53571. What percent of the time George W. Bush has been in office has he spent in his many vacation homes?
53572. What were the four elements that Aristotle said comprised all matter?
53573. Several years ago, I read an article about a proposal to one day establish ozone manufacturing plants on Mars. Along with other methods, and after many years, it would be part of creating a breathable atmosphere. With information about the lack of magnetism and the core no longer rotating, is this still possible? Seems the atmosphere may once again be blown away by solar winds.
53574. What is the difference between gay and lesbian?
53575. Field biologists in Sri Lanka have noticed something about the animals. What have they noticed, and is this happening in other tsunami-striken sites?
53577. How did cowboys get their nickname, and why did the name stay around?
53579. How many times has Malta come second in Eurovision?
53580. Which are the only two players to wear the number 42 in Major League Baseball in 2004?
53582. Who sang the theme tune to Scott and Charlene's wedding in "Neighbours"?
53583. With whom did Ant and Bee go shopping?
53584. In which canyon is the Hoover Dam?
53585. Who left Adua for Nicolaetta?
53586. Who raced hydroplanes, played the violin and helped to spread a New Year custom around the English-speaking world?
53587. What colour of underwear do Mexican women traditionally wear for good luck on New Year's Eve? What colour do they wear in Venezuela and why the difference?
53588. How many mobile text messages were sent in the UK on New Year's Day 2004?
53591. Who stars as Winifred in the film "Hocus Pocus"?
53592. Aside from a small role in "The Truman Show" what films has Natasha McElhone been in?
53593. Who is the longest serving actor in a TV drama in the world?
53594. In the 60's who sang "It's Good News Week"?
53596. Which language is more popular, French or German?
53597. What do the words "auld lang syne" mean and how did it become a traditional New Year's song?
53599. Where are genes located on the chromosomes?
53605. Why does the home basketball team wear white uniforms?
53606. How far is a furlong?
53607. Which film was released in America as 'Reindeer Games' with Ben Affleck playing the character Rudy?
53608. Which American holiday drink contains sugar, milk and eggs?
53609. In which modern country is the place where the real St. Nicholas lived in the 4th Century, formally known as Myra?
53610. Who sang the first line of the 1984 version of Band Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas"?
53611. In what year did the Maya say that the world would end?
53612. What is the longest television advert shown in the UK? (The length of the advert, not how long it ran for.)
53613. Happy New Year! Out of 365 days how did January 1 get chosen as the starting day?
53615. What are the three zodiac signs for air?
53616. What are the ingredients to eggnog?
53617. How many authentic signatures of Hitler are known to be in existence?
53618. Which is the 13th Zodiac Constellation?
53619. Why do we have 12 Zodiacs for 12 years? Why do we even have Zodiacs and horoscopes?
53620. Reasons I heard for getting one's wisdom teeth out is that there might be a gap between the last tooth and the wisdom tooth allowing for foods to get trapped, but won't taking out the wisdom tooth just make a bigger gap? What percentage of people get their wisdom teeth taken out, and is it necessary?
53622. The Treaty of Ryswick created what two countries?
53623. What is correct to say is the capital of the Northern Mariana Islands: Saipan, which is the name of an island, not of a town, or one of these four actual towns on Saipan Island; Chalan Kanoa, Capitol Hill, Susupe, or Garapan, which are all referred to by different sources as the "capital" of the islands?
53624. How long is a governor's term in office in California?
53625. How many terms can a governor in California serve?
53626. Has California's crime rate increased or decreased over the last five years?
53628. When a British colony, Victoria was the name of Hong Kong's capital. Has the name of this city been changed since the Chinese took over rule in the country in 1997?
53629. Pretoria, the capital of South Africa, was renamed Tshwane in 2000, but is this now the official name of the capital and is it commonly used? Are there also renaming plans for Johannesburg and Durban?
53632. Other than King Solomon, which man has been married to the most woman at the same time?
53634. What evidence, if any, supports the theory that Hitler committed suicide?
53635. Which zodiacal constellation does the sun's apparent path spend the longest passing through and how many days does it take?
53637. In which country is driving banned for women: Iran, Sweden, Saudi Arabia or Malaysia?
53639. On whom is Thomas Hughes thought to have based the character Tom Brown, and was Flashman based on anyone Hughes knew?
53640. When a person is cremated, what happens to the unburnt metal substances from their body such as gold teeth, fillings, artificial hips, and even unremoved shrapnel? Are they given to relatives?
53641. Who owns a private Lear jet called the Flying Squirrel?
53642. Who lived in a choom whilst crossing the Yamal?
53643. Which school did James Bond attend?
53644. What connects revolving fireworks and lacemaking?
53646. Has a child ever climbed Mount Everest?
53648. Why is yawning so contagious?
53649. What was the fastest production car made in 1972?
53650. Who came up with the date when Christmas decorations should be taken down?
53652. What was the show called which was shown in the UK on ITV about a regiment of Britsh soldiers in a German prisoner of war camp? I remember in the final episode they had boxing matches and a tunnel ran under it to freedom.
53653. What golf course in Arizona has a hole with the longest par, 747 yards?
53654. Often I have heard of "the wandering Jew." From where does this come?
53657. Where would you find Britain's oldest operating roller coaster?
53659. Where would you become airborne with George on one side and Albert on the other?
53660. Which NFL teams have made the play offs with only an 8-8 regular season record?
53661. Why do we say "Shipshape and Bristol fashion"?
53663. What is the most common legal drug in the United States?
53664. How much has the average height of humans increased over the last 1,000 years?
53665. In "The Simpsons" what are the middle names of Marge Simpson and Homer Simpson?
53666. What is the name of the comic book store in 'The Simpsons'?
53667. Which was the first airline to serve alcoholic beverages in flight?
53670. What was the name of the man in the Hellman's TV commercial with Spit the dog?
53672. How did a chocolate bar once cause so much controversy between India and Pakistan?
53673. For twenty years a long term resident of a lunatic asylum, a murderer no less, helped produce one of the world's most popular and well known volume of books. Who was the dedicated protege who, for over 20 years never revealed his identity or whereabouts to the esteemed editor, and what was the finished product of the compilation?
53675. What 'weapon' did the Byzantine Empire use on several occasions between the 7th and 9th centuries to defend Constantinople against attacking Muslims?
53676. In square feet, what is the area of the world's largest kite?
53677. How does a baby breathe in the mother's womb?
53679. What release is a film version of a musical version of a film version of a book and in reality, is the setting as it is portrayed in the book?
53680. In humans, what is it that causes the nervous "butterflies in your stomach" feeling?
53681. Why does the sea appear to retreat before a tsunami strikes?
53682. Wikipedia claims that tap dancing may have derived from the African Welly Boot Dance. Can anybody find information about welly boot dancing that is not in Wikipedia's articles on tap dancing and the welly boot dance itself, or has the online encyclopaedia fallen for a hoax?
53687. If the Earth stopped turning, would time stand still?
53689. It is well known the President Jimmy Carter had been a peanut farmer, but who was the other United States president who had also farmed peanuts?
53690. Where did karaoke originate?
53692. In the 'Iliad' Homer uses the image "As when" this worker "makes trial of his wheel to see if it will run smooth." Does anyone know the answer to this?
53694. The title was missing from the cover of the first editions of which book by Dr. Jose P. Rizal? Why was the title missing and, if the title had been on the book's cover, why would it not have been conducive to reading the book?
53695. Why are dwarfs called dwarfs, and who was the founder of the disease?
53696. To what continent do the Azores Islands belong?
53697. Why is the Vatican City State not a member of the United Nations?
53698. The capital of the Marshall Islands is Delap-Uliga-Djarrit on Majuro Atoll. Why does the country need three separate towns as a capital?
53699. Is Astana or Akmola the official name of the capital of Kazakhstan?
53700. Who originally recorded the song "Only You" which was a hit for "The Flying Pickets"?
53702. What is the Paris Club and what is its function?
53704. What is the origin of Marmite? Was it a mistake or a by-product of something?
53707. What is the difference between Sensodyne and a normal toothpaste?
53709. What are the names of the owners of the Turquoise Valley Golf Course in Arizona?
53712. What was the name of the dog ownwd by the fictional Michelin restaurant inspector?
53713. In 1722, if it was the 19th January in England what was the date in Holland, could it be something to do with a change in the calendars?
53714. Where would you be served currany lamb?
53715. Who married Clementina Sobieski?
53716. What exactly would a handful of frankincense and a handful of myrrh look like?
53717. Who famously started out as a King but shortly became Rudolph?
53719. How long was Ken Jennings' winning streak on "Jeopardy!"?
53721. How many species of animal are there without sweat glands?
53722. After the USA, what country has the most tornados?
53725. What evidence exists that telekinesis is a real human power?
53726. When did we start counting the years to 2005? We might have started it when Jesus was born, but why do we say 2005 AD (after death)?
53729. Who invented the cell phone and which cell phone is the top selling one to date?
53730. Who invented the World Wide Web?
53732. Who discovered Giganotosaurus?
53733. How many Giganotosaurus were ever discovered?
53734. Is it possible that a non-fiction book can make a slight error on who discovered a certain dinosaur?
53738. Where does the phrase "The Real McCoy" come from?
53741. What is the the optical device used for examining gemstones called?
53742. Is that Julia Roberts' voice narrating the new AOL Internet commercials on American television?
53743. Who was The Pineapple?
53744. What saved the demolition of the Eiffel Tower in 1909?
53745. Where does rubber come from?
53746. Jokes aside, what's the difference between a blonde, a brunette and a redhead?
53747. I have read that some famous artists practised their craft by the copying of Old Masters such as those in the Louvre. What are some famous surviving examples of this and what is the highest price raised by such a work?
53748. Why do the Swiss put blue lights in their public toilets?
53751. The General Assembly of which country's Parliament is known as the Loya Jirga?
53752. My doctor has prescribed the maximum dosage of disulfiram for me. From what disease am I suffering?
53754. What was the dubious distinction of Hirota Koki?
53756. Which was the first film to win the Oscar for best film?
53758. What item of Victorian clothing was a Kingsman?
53761. Because of the "New Coke" blunder will "Coke Classic" ever go back to being just plain old "Coke" or is it a copyright thing?
53763. What is the name of the school that has the largest population of students?
53769. Does the other half of the 'Countdown' clock work?
53770. Does anyone remember the name of the diet aid carmel popular in the 60's-80's, which was taken with a hot beverage a half-hour before mealtime?
53773. Since AD stands for Latin initals, does BC stand for Latin also? Why would one be in Latin and the other in English?
53774. I saw the following words written as a motto on a crest recently, "Concordia Parvares Crescvnt". Can anyone translate for me please?
53775. What are the principal duties of a university Praelector?
53776. Did Buckaroo Banzai have a wife or a girlfriend? If so, what was her name?
53778. What invention was inspired by 'The Simpsons' episode "Brother Can You Spare Two Dimes?" and has it been successful?
53779. What is Victoria's Secret? Is there actually a Victoria?
53780. In the movie "New York Minute" what band does one of the twins see and what song does this band play?
53781. What are the world's fastest and slowest flowing rivers?
53782. Was the King James version of the Bible translated from Latin or from original Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic?
53786. Who was the second Australian cricketer to score a Test century?
53787. If I was taking the Rorschach Test, what would I be looking at?
53788. We all know that the most published playwright is Shakespeare. But who is the second most published playwright?
53791. "As Time Goes By" was written for which show?
53792. What is "Anthropology" the study of?
53794. Herman Hupfeld's most successful tune was "As Time Goes By." What was his second most successful tune?
53795. Barbie dumped Ken in 2004. Who is she going out with now and what is his profession?
53796. Which group were originally called the Saxons?
53797. What do the words 'Valedictorian' and 'Salutatorian' actually mean?
53799. What is the largest city or town on Anglesey?
53800. Was this recent tsunami the largest on record?
53801. Is there any real proof that Adolf Hitler never ate meat in the course of his adult life?
53802. Which world leader was once given a trial by the Washington Senators baseball team but they declined to sign him?
53803. What is an octothorpe?
53806. What are the books of Terry Pratchet's Discworld Series in reading order?
53807. Which musical instrument is pandurate in shape?
53808. Donald Rumsfeld is reputed to have said, "There are two sorts of don't knows; the don't knows we know we don't know, and the don't knows we don't know we don't know. The latter are probably the most dangerous." Does anyone know where and when he made this fascinating observation?
53809. Peasy has a kouros or two, standing around doing very little. What is a kouros?
53810. What is a yataghan?
53811. Where did the "passengers" on the Australian livestock ship 'Cormo Express' eventually find a home in late 2003?
53812. What is the song "Puff, the Magic Dragon" about, is it marijuana?
53813. What is the difference between "good cholesterol" and "bad cholesterol"?
53814. In which country is the month of April officially known as "mother" in honour of the current President's deceased mother?
53815. Who was allegedly buried upside-down on horseback?
53818. Can a monarch reign if they never rule?
53820. Who was the last king of England?
53821. Who was the last King of an independent Wales?
53825. How did "411" come to be a slang term for information?
53826. What species of bird is the cleverest?
53827. What evidence is there that the Americas traded with Africa, Egypt, or the Mediterranean? How come they both made pyramids?
53828. If we have been alive for so long then how come there aren't so many people? If we had a population growth of only 0.2% a year, after 10,000 years, the population would grow from 2 to 951,141,889.
53831. Who was the person or people who introduced pornography to the world?
53832. When the internet was created, what was the first website to be created?
53833. Why do we have allergies? What makes up allergies and how do we get them?
53834. What is a subsidiary airline?
53835. I have read that in the first two minutes after exercise the body recovers 80% of its energy. Any truth to this?
53836. Who was the last Australian female to win the singles title at her home country's Tennis Open?
53840. This weekend is known as "giant killing weekend" in the UK as it's the third round of the F.A. Cup where little known teams from lowly leagues are drawn against some of the major football teams, and have been known to beat them - such as this weekend when Exeter City held Manchester United to a draw at Old Trafford. Is there an equivalent competition in the USA in any sport where 'little' teams get to play against the big guys?
53841. What is the name of the new Motley Crue song that Simple Plan wrote?
53843. Why does the volume on my TV increase when the advertisements are on?
53844. How much does the Earth weigh in pounds?
53845. Why are grapefruit so called? Grapes are so small and grapefruit are huge!
53846. What is the official capital of the Marshall Islands? Some sources say Delap-Uliga-Darrit, others say Majuro. I don't necessarily trust the CIA fact pages here.
53847. Are there any islands on the earth that have never been visited by human beings?
53849. What permanently populated site on the earth is farthest away from any other permanently populated site?
53850. Why do a lot of food products nowadays have on the packaging "may contain traces of nuts" or "may have been processed on equipment used to process nuts" when most of the companies have nothing to do with nuts and have no nut products in the ingredients?
53851. What is Ouroboros?
53853. What, very specifially, do the actors Jude Law, Mark Wahlberg and Sylvester Stallone have in common?
53854. If, under British law according to the 1959 Obscene Publications Act, such a publication is one that "tends to deprave or corrupt" then how do you prevent the censors being depraved or corrupted by exposure to it?
53855. What hypothesis says that the earth has a nuclear core?
53856. How many people are killed by lightning each year?
53858. Why did the Cambrian explosion of life happen, what are some theories?
53859. Who was the first man to fly a plane in Australia?
53860. Beijing and Fiji have three dotted letters in a row. Where would I be if I were somewhere that has four dotted letters in a row, and who made this place famous?
53861. Even though it is commonly referred to as a nonsense word, the Oxford and Webster's dictionaries describe this word as "a combination of letters set by running a finger down the first and then the second left-hand vertical banks of six keys of a Linotype machine to produce a temporary marking slug not intended to appear in the final printing." What is it?
53862. Which three countries are building a 27-hole golf course on the border between them, with nine holes in each country?
53863. Until 1996, which was the only state not to have a Wal-Mart store?
53865. With Mibby as my partner, I have just performed the stulchak. What is the stulchak?
53866. Can you tell me how to get - how to get to Sesame Street?
53867. What is or was an oliphant?
53868. The last time they won Olympic gold in ice hockey in the 20th century, the USSR team was known by what name?
53869. What is the highest note ever sung by a human being?
53870. When talking about culture, history, etc., "Celtic" is pronounced with a hard "c" - "Keltic." However, the name of the famous Glasgow football team is always pronounced "Seltic." Why?
53873. In what Apollo mission did Steve Austin, the $6 million dollar man, have his near fatal crash which we saw at the beginning of each episode?
53875. What did the "T" stand for in Phineas T. Barnum's name?
53876. What is so special about a crystal skull?
53877. Does a bill in Britain require the Queen's signature to become law, and if so, has she or any monarch in the 20th century refused it?
53881. What is the real name of singer Seal?
53883. Is there any definitive length for the Roman mile?
53884. What is the name of the EU's version of Parliment, how does it work, and where is it located?
53885. Did Ralph Nader get more votes in the 2000 election or the 2004 election?
53886. What is the difference between the Italian sonnet and the English sonnet, and how is each sonnet composed (couplets, quatrains, etc.)?
53887. Did Ringo Starr himself write any of the Beatles' songs?
53888. The strelitzia ia a bright showy flower. After which queen was it named?
53889. Which African leader has a name with 37 different spellings and which country does he rule?
53891. What year was the first Winter Olympics held?
53893. A noted Hungarian obstetrician was fired from his job in Vienna in 1847 for promoting the use of what?
53896. Some countries have a prime minister and a president, like France. How does this system work? Who does what and who has the most power?
53897. When was the first space shuttle launch by NASA?
53899. If it has a section headed "Directions for Knowing all Dark Things" whose work am I perusing?
53900. There are three words in the English language that I know of with a triple letter, not including words with hyphens or apostrophies, nor place names. What are they?
53901. How many species are known to man and how many are predicted to exist?
53902. What was unusual about the national flag raised to mark the 1999 death of King Hassan II of Morocco?
53903. What is the difference between a Foreign Embassy and a High Commission?
53904. How big is an acre exactly, and how many acres make up New York City, for example?
53905. What connects Van Loan, Magnano, Von Sydow, Colley, Stone and Dafoe?
53906. Whose code, also using dots and dashes, preceded that of Samuel Morse?
53907. Who recently became the first Australian woman to reach the South Pole after travelling overland?
53908. The flag of which country is officially called "exalted bi-colour"?
53909. What new sport was hyped in the 1930's as a cure for the 'Depression Blues'?
53910. What is often referred to as "white blood"?
53912. The first General Assembly of the United Nations took place in 1946, comprising of how many nations?
53913. What is the purpose for snow?
53914. When did Peter Benchley write the novel "Jaws"?
53915. What animal increases its birth weight by almost 7,000 percent in six months?
53916. Who was known as "the Father of the House of Commons"?
53918. What is the difference between a tidal wave and a tsunami?
53921. Where was Bob Dylan born?
53922. What US states have two or more NFL teams?
53923. Who is the head of Lurd?
53924. Is Festivus a real holiday?
53925. Who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2004?
53926. Does anyone recall a cartoon which was about a mythical place called Arcadia, which was a land beneath the sea? If so, what was the actual name of the cartoon and who performed the theme tune to it?
53928. What female was known as "Black Diamond"?
53929. What is the world's oldest continuously operated university?
53931. Is there anything that removes that black or green mould off a vertical concrete surface, short of power washing?
53932. Out of every ten animal species found on Madagascar, how many are found nowhere else in the world?
53933. How did the term "his Nibs" for an important or self-important person originate?
53934. Who was the "widowed bride" Don McLean sang about in his song 'American Pie'?
53936. What is the biggest known crater in the world?
53937. What was the worst locust plague in recorded history?
53938. Is there any difference in physics between stress and pressure?
53939. Which country has the highest rate of suicide?
53940. Which occupation has the highest rate of suicide?
53942. Is infinity a number?
53943. Cats aside, if, in the 19th century I was looking at Queen Victoria's Pussy, who or what might I be looking at?
53945. The taste buds may detect sweet, salty, sour and bitter, but what goes on in our mouths when we experience spicy or minty tastes?
53946. How does the 'Anti-lock Braking System' of a car work and how is it helpful in snow-driving?
53947. What are the meanings of the titles of the third and fifth books of the Bible, Leviticus and Deuteronomy?
53948. What religious leader spent his flock's money on a dog house with air-conditioning?
53949. Why was Chiang Kai-Shek referred to as the "Peanut"?
53950. Do you think robboy would mind if I played with his mashie niblick?
53951. What kind of vessel is featured on the flag of Guam?
53952. Which game is played for 56 minutes made up of 8 seven minute periods?
53954. What city has been described as "The Sodom and Gomorrah of the Mississippi"?
53957. What is the term for a poem where the first letter of eace line of the poem spells out another word?
53958. To the layperson, what is the difference between blank verse and prose?
53959. In Chinese society what is a "bare branch" and what does it mean?
53960. Half the distance between any point A and point B can be cut in half, and then this can be cut in half, and we can continue to cut these distances in half to an infinite amount. So then why is it not impossible to travel from point A to point B?
53961. What is the difference between "ingenious" and "ingenuous"?
53964. What was the foreign inscription on David Beckham's last tattoo, and what does it translate into in English?
53965. Do Muslim countries use AD and BC when writing dates?
53966. On Firesign Theatre's "I Think We're All Bozos on This Bus" what happened to the president?
53967. In the United States, what is the legal age that you can smoke?
53969. How many countries will participate in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China?
53970. In what state must all citizens own a rake?
53971. Led Zeppelin performed their last San Francisco concert where?
53972. Who was the first elected female senator in the United States?
53973. What underground/punk band covered Ohio Express' "Yummy Yummy Yummy" in 1992?
53974. What everyday significance does the number 1,466 have for an everyday object?
53975. What is the difference between a hooker, a prostitute, and a whore?
53976. What is the first ever official currency known to man?
53978. What is Tay-Sach's Disease and what does it do to the body?
53979. Has an airport code been given for Chubu International Airport?
53980. What is the three letter word for "a person who
works as professional in sports"?
53981. What is a six letter word for a substance produced by plants and animals which helps a chemical change happen without being changed itself?
53982. What is a five letter word for "to show time by making a ringing sound"?
53983. What is a six letter word for a small enclosed area with a desk where one person can work?
53984. What is the rarest disease with a living victim in the world and who has it?
53986. How many countrys are there in the world?
53987. When was the coldest time?
53988. When did the terms "pop music" and "classical music" originate?
53989. A freshwater fish was succeeded by a Celtic building and about 100 years later came a French dialect. Explain.
53990. I believe there is only one video recording of John F. Kennedy getting shot. Did the person who captured the assassination make any money out of it, and if so, how much?
53991. Which English novelist could point to the names John Donne and William Cowper in his family tree?
53992. Is Prince Harry a National Socialist?
53993. How did the Petri dish acquire its name?
53994. Who was Leonardo Vinci?
53995. People in this profession cannot (are not allowed to) cry. Who are they?
53996. What could one have seen, if one had been in Pueblo, Mexico on July 30, 2003?
53997. Who was Cherchy-la-Femme?
53998. The capital of Sri Lanka is Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte, or is it Sri Jayewardenapura Kotte, or Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte? I have found all of these in maps and reference books.