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Questions From Jan 27 05
54502. Which is the oldest board game that still exists in the world today?
54505. What is the name of the man that Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin and Yasser Arafat shared the Nobel Peace Prize with?
54506. What city holds the record for playing host to the most Super Bowls?
54507. In U.S. history who is the only person who recieved more opposition in becoming US Secretary of State than Condoleezza Rice?
54508. What did Forbes Magazine name as the product of the century for the 1900's?
54511. Is it possible to change colour overnight? Go to bed as a white person and wake up as a black person?
54513. Who is the drummer for the band Finger Eleven?
54514. What is the name of the Namco game designer who created the game Pac-Man?
54515. The last line of which famous film was, "Maybe, and maybe I didn't do such a wonderful job after all"?
54516. What NFL team has been in the most Super Bowls?
54517. How many basic forms of snowflakes are there?
54518. Who commanded the Russian unit that captured Auschwitz from the Nazis?
54519. What country has the most immigrants?
54524. Which hospital surgeons are correctly referred to as "Mister" rather than "Doctor" and why?
54525. What is the largest volcano in the universe including other planets and moons?
54526. What do some fans of ballerina Marie Taglioni, director Werner Herzog, and CNN's Tucker Carlson have specifically in common with Charlie Chaplin in one of his films?
54527. What type of food lasts the longest?
54528. Which 15 letter word can be spelt without repeating any of the letters?
54529. Which food should be stored separately from potatoes, but should be grown alongside tomatoes according to many gardeners' recommendations?
54532. What kind of soup was featured in Andy Warhol's famous painting of a Campbell's soup can?
54533. What is the connection between a hairy cat and a butterfly?
54535. From London's Heathrow Airport and Orly Airport outside Paris, the first Concordes with commercial passengers simultaneously took flight. In what year did this take place?
54536. Anna Bates, who measured 7 feet, 5.5 inches tall, gave birth to a boy weighing 23 lb, 12 oz and measuring 30 inches long, at her home in Seville, Ohio. In what year did this occur?
54538. What space shuttle tragically exploded one cold Florida morning, killing all crew including a schoolteacher?
54545. Which country has sent the largest percentage of their population as emigrants to other countries?
54546. Being a huge fan of Elton John, I was surprised when someone asked me if I had heard there was an extra verse to his song "Daniel" that was cut due to playing time. Any truth to this? If so, does anyone know the words to this cut verse?
54547. What common pet fish is olive green in its natural habitat?
54548. Who was the first person to walk on the moon?
54549. Who was the second man to step foot on the moon 20 minutes after the first person to step foot on the moon?
54550. What was the first word spoken from the surface of the moon?
54551. Sacajawea is famous for traveling with the explorers Lewis and Clark and was pictured on a United States coin with her baby. What was the name of Sacajawea's baby?
54552. Do pangolins have hair?
54554. I know many vegetables lose their nutrients when cooked, but is there a point when certain vegetables can be cooked so much that all the nutrients leave and it is pointless to eat them?
54557. Tatanka Iyotake is better known by what name?
54558. How many holes are there in a standard horseshoe?
54559. What 70's TV character drove a taxi for Mr. Munsen?
54560. What French author described his main character as Madame Bouvrie c'est moi?
54561. Which was the first English speaking province in Canada to ratify the Meech Lake Accord in 1987: Alberta, Saskatchewan, or Ontario?
54564. What is Mr. Bean's first name?
54566. How much water is on the earth?
54568. Who is the richest man alive?
54569. Who does Jesse Katsopolis marry in the 1987 TV series "Full House"?
54571. What is the difference between rock salt and table salt?
54572. What nickname did Elvis call his daughter?
54574. How many Welsh people have won an Oscar, and can you name them?
54575. Regardless of questions regarding its authenticity, is it known what process created the image on the Shroud of Turin?
54576. In 'The Simpsons' episode in which Marge takes up bodybuilding, what is the name of the sombre classical piece that plays after Marge smashes up Moe's bar?
54577. Who pointed out in his book that a cannonball shot at a sufficient velocity from atop a mountain in a direction parallel to the horizon would go all the way around the Earth before falling? What was the book's title and what signifigance did it have in later years?
54578. On which side of the road did the Ancient Romans tend to drive? As it's a 50-50 choice, a supporting reference is needed.
54579. Who connects the birth of lemmings, the horns of unicorns and the feet of birds of paradise?
54580. Who was the first incumbent US president to break with tradition and openly campaign for re-election on his own behalf?
54581. What album by The Doors had two different names on the front and back covers?
54583. Which company operated many of London's lifts, presses, cranes, Tower Bridge and even the curtain of the Royal Opera House, prior to general electrification? What happened to their network after the company closed?
54584. What were the circumstances that led to the death of Rene Descartes?
54586. On the "Brady Bunch" what was Mrs. Brady's maiden name and her first husband's last name?
54587. Why do almost all world cultures use Arabic numerals except the Arab nations?
54588. How did Romans determine VI% of MMCXVII?
54589. If sailors died at sea from lack of vitamins, then how have the Inuit and other northern people gone hundreds of generations with no fruit or vegetables in their diet?
54590. In 1818, a captain of a ship was endeavouring Cape York when he sighted something highly remarkable, and unexplainable. Londoners failed to believe his sighting, yet scientists today have a reasonable explanation for it. What was it that he took back to London with him, and what is the scientific reasoning for this extraordinary occurance? Clue: Watermelons.
54591. Which famous film's last line was, "Then who the hell was he?"
54592. What advertising faux-pas did Coca-Cola once have to fix in China?
54593. How many calories does one burn per hour jumping to conclusions? Swallowing your pride? Pushing your luck? Flying off the handle? And finally, jumping on the bandwagon?
54595. Does anyone keep pet lemmings and if not, why not?
54596. In the English language, what is the difference between a "city" and a "town"?
54597. After World War II, which country has had the highest annual rate of inflation?
54598. How can Bosnia-Herzegovina have the Deutsche Mark (D-Mark) as their currency, as long as this currency no longer exists in Germany, which uses the Euro?
54599. Which countries have more than one official currency?
54600. What language does mathematics come from?
54601. What does CBE stand for?
54602. In US government hierarchy, the vice-president is sworn in if the president is deemed incapacitated. If a few months later the president makes a full recovery, capable of carrying out his duties, what happens?
54604. How long did the Great Depression last?
54605. What is the Nitrogen Cycle?
54606. Why does Planters' Mr. Peanut wear a monocle?
54608. Is the Earth really an oval or is it flat like an atlas shows?
54609. Who gave a goodbye sermon, penned a famous hymn which suggested his imminent death and died a month and a half later on his way to Italy?
54610. In American police lingo, what is a CCW?
54611. What is the inspiration for the names of Kang and Kodos from "The Simpsons"?
54613. When and where did spyware and adware originate?
54614. What is distillation?
54615. Who designed the Airbus A380?
54616. Where can a skier get on the piste?
54617. In which poem would you find the quotes "days of wine and roses" and "gone with the wind"?
54618. What did Jean Baptiste Sipido attempt on 4 April, 1900?
54619. What actor played an electrician in a TV show who claimed not to know what an outlet was?
54620. Who kicked the longest field goal in NFL history?
54621. What is the name of Homer Simpson's boss in the 1989 TV series "The Simpsons"?
54622. Who was the first woman to win the CMA's Entertainer of the Year award?
54624. Regarding formal wear, when did the tie first appear?
54625. Who was the first female recording artist to have three UK number one hits before the age of 18?
54626. Which is the oldest continuously published magazine in the English language?
54627. What percentage of the total number of bones in the human body are in the feet?
54629. What material or chemical is used to make antifreeze liquid on car windows effective?
54630. What is the name of the colony founded by a clergyman who was banished from another colony?
54632. What was the Toleration Act of 1649?
54633. What is the lowest, longest note ever sung?
54634. Why was the first Thanksgiving Day held?
54635. What was the name of the princess in "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie"?
54638. When do the Winter Olympics start for this year?
54643. When the Welsh travelled to Patagonia in the Mimosa, it was in fact their second choice. Which country did the Welsh originally plan to go to?
54646. When was "curling" introduced in the Winter Olympics?
54648. What Doors song was Jim Morrison's name scrambled up in?
54649. What Pink Floyd prop was reported as a UFO by airline pilots?
54651. A member of the Doors and a member of the Allman Brothers Band were seeing the same girl. Each band had a song released having to do with this. Can you name the songs, and the band members involved?
54652. What is customarily labelled A and C at its ends, F-B-M along one side, and H-E-K along the other?
54655. Who is Sgt. Gavin Troy's boss?
54656. Who wrote the novel on which 'Armadillo' was based?
54657. Whose novels were used as the basis for the drama series "Rebus"?
54659. Why is Chubu International Airport referred to as Central Japan International Airport?
54661. How high was the highest pair of high-heeled shoes ever worn?
54662. What Major League Baseball team has best record (most wins) in a season?
54663. How do pills know where to go after you swallow them?
54664. Which country has the lowest minimum voting age?
54665. What is the name of the train that connects Hanoi and Saigon?
54666. What is a firebrat?
54668. Where is Edward VIII buried?
54670. What was Pearson's pennant?
54671. What was the highest scoring game in NFL history?
54672. Originally part of the Australian colony of New South Wales, New Zealand became a separate colony in 1841 and was made self-governing in what year?
54673. 'Magnum PI' was filmed entirely in Hawaii, allowing CBS to use the huge production facilities that were in place on the islands for this TV show. Do you remember its name?
54674. Who was the first country singer to be a musical guest on 'Saturday Night Live'?
54677. Where did Howie Day have his first live gig?
54678. What is a UROD procedure?
54679. Which American female singer that shares her surname with an English city was born on 17 August 1958?
54680. How many McDonald's restaurants are there in the world?
54681. What nickname is shared by Beethoven's Piano Sonata number 8 and Tchaikovsky's 6th symphony?
54682. For which field of literature are 'Hugos' awarded?
54683. Where is the hottest city in the world?
54684. Where is the coldest city in the world?
54685. What are the names of the three yellow properties on a standard American Monopoly board?
54687. What was seen in 2004 in Washington, DC for the first time in 17 years?
54688. If you stand with your back to the wind in which direction is the low pressure area?
54689. On what date did the first Sunday Times crossword appear?
54692. Why is the science fiction award called a 'Hugo'?
54693. Who was Robin Hood?
54694. Who in 1901, married and gave up his first child to adoption, later married his cousin, then escaped the persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany in 1933, and curiously wore no socks to his new country's induction ceremony?
54695. What is Dr. Jekyll's first name?
54696. What name connected the arrest of Saddam Hussein to Patrick Swayze?
54698. Who was Don Muang?
54699. How often is the Shroud of Turin shown to the public, and when will the next public showing take place?
54701. In one year there were two UK number one hit singles which had a father shouting at a son in the intro. What was the year and what were the two songs?
54702. Which film has required the trashing of the greatest number of cars for its production?
54704. Who is next in line to become the Pope?
54705. Where would you go to find the original home of the leckerli?
54706. Which English playwright's middle name was Oxton?
54707. Which TV "soap" has had the most characters?
54708. Which is the most expensive movie of all time?
54709. In a historic decision the US Supreme Court ruled in Roe v. Wade that women, as part of their constitutional right to privacy, can terminate a pregnancy during its first two trimesters. Only during the last trimester, when the fetus can survive outside the womb, would States be permitted to regulate abortion of a healthy pregnancy. In what year did this occur?
54710. How long was the longest NFL game ever played?
54711. A raccoon owned by Deborah 'Pepper' Klitsch of Palmerton, Pennsylvania, USA, weighed a record 64.9 lb as of March 28, 2001. The average raccoon only weighs 15-25 lbs! What was the raccoon's name?
54712. What do the gang of bank robbers call themselves in the 1991 movie "Point Break"?
54713. During the filming of "Lifeboat" star Tallulah Bankhead caught pneumonia. For being such a good sport, director Alfred Hitchcock gave her what as a gift?
54714. "Why am I Me" is a duet sung by two boys, one black, one white, in a televised musical resembling 'Shenandoah' in the late 60's or early 70's. Does anyone know more information about the program?
54716. What nations, besides the USA, celebrate the Groundhog Day holiday?
54717. On the PBS program "Antiques Roadshow" what item has been given the highest appraisal value?
54718. What is the national musical instrument of Guatemala?
54719. Who was the founder of Judaism?
54721. What are the essential differences between a computer worm and a computer virus?
54722. From which town or city did Alexander Graham Bell make the first ever telephone call?
54723. What was the name of the era during which the first human beings appeared?
54726. Why do shampoos and shower gels list 'aqua' as an ingredient rather than 'water'?
54727. When was the FunTrivia website put online?
54728. Which NBA player is known as AK47 and why?
54729. Does Kentucky Fried Chicken sell popcorn?
54730. Are clouds classified as liquids, gases, or solids?
54731. Who played Juan Epstein in the 70's hit series "Welcome Back Kotter"?
54732. What did Tertius do?
54734. Where is China's busiest airport?
54735. Where is the world's lowest road located?
54738. What is known as the 'King of Chemicals'?
54739. Technically, who was first to maintain that Earth rotates on its axis and revolves around the sun?
54740. Which player managers have played in an English F.A. Cup final?
54742. What are the street numbers of the buildings on either side of 221b Baker Street?
54743. Mozart's 33, 29, 31, 32, and 39 are the key to what emblem?
54744. Which English word derives from the name of a music-hall star who took his stage name from his resemblance to someone who had falsely claimed to be someone else?
54745. How did the term Adam's Apple originate?
54746. What sad event for Londoners occurred on Friday 28-Jan-05?
54748. Which philosophical movement gets its name from the Greek for "painted porch"?
54749. Why did Priscillian's passing go down in history?
54750. Who was the British Amazon?
54753. Can you find a palindrome that means the ring on a dog's collar for attaching the lead?
54754. In Moscow, Andrei Dmitriyevich Sakharov, the Soviet physicist who helped build the USSR's first hydrogen bomb, was arrested after criticizing the Soviet military intervention in Afghanistan. He was subsequently stripped of his numerous scientific honors and banished to remote Gorky. In what year was Andrei Dmitriyevich Sakharov born?
54756. What is Jimmy Newman's middle name?
54757. In the 70s he met former business associates at the Macus Red Fox in a suburb of Detroit, and was never heard from again. What is the last name of this infamous labor leader?
54758. How old was the oldest coach to lead his team to a Super Bowl victory?
54759. When did the "f-word" become assiocated as a 'swear' word
54760. What Japanese electronics company name is "all sound" when translated into English?
54762. Who was the voice for Beavis, Butt-head, Tom Anderson, David Van Driessen, Bradley Buzzcut, Principal McVicker and Mr. Stevenson in the 1993 TV series "Beavis and Butt-head"?
54763. Whose siblings were Belle, Marbles, Olaf and Andy?
54765. What are the various scents that Lysol Disinfectant Spray is available in?
54766. What important event took place betwwen China and Taiwan on January 29, 2005?
54767. Which film won the Best Picture Oscar in 1965?
54770. Which English King had two German mistresses who were jointly known as "the Elephant and Castle"?
54771. What is Don Geronimo's real name?
54773. What is meant by a capital R with its tail crossed through in medicine?
54775. What on earth vaporised about 2,000 million tonnes of water almost instantaneously?
54776. What was the home town of 'Jane' of Tarzan fame?
54778. Expanding on question #54776, what was Prof. Archimedes Q. Porter's field of study?
54780. Which movie character, named after his family dog, was in reality named after the producer's dog?
54781. There is a saying, "The whole kit and the caboodle." What is a caboodle?
54782. What was the first entertainment program broadcast on radio and when was it?
54783. Back in the 30s a few US radio stations operated at 500,000 watts. Were there any that broadcast higher that that?
54784. In which series of movies did the hero drive a car known as "The Interceptor"?
54785. How many centuries were scored by England's batsmen in the 1972 Ashes series?
54786. Who was Gertrude Pridgett?
54787. What is the purpose of an eliptical crankwheel on a bicycle, and how does it do this?
54790. In Bolivia the voting age is 18 for married persons and 21 for the unmarried. Are there any other countries where sufferage depends on marital status?
54791. Which country hosts its own embassy?
54792. What NFL team has made the most appearances in a Super Bowl without a win?
54793. Why do some people refer going to sleep as "hit the sack" or "hit the hay"?
54794. And, or, nor, not, nand, xnor, xor and buffer are all what?
54795. Who leads the NFL in career all-purpose yardage?
54797. Elizabeth Blackwell is granted a medical degree from Geneva College in New York, becoming the first female to be officially recognized as a physician in US history. In what country was Blackwell born?
54798. Who was the first artist to win the CMA's Entertainer of the Year award?
54799. Is it technically incorrect to call 5 minutes past midnight 12:05 PM as our TV listing does?
54802. Are there any plants that make noise?
54804. Is an algorithm a sequence of steps that tell a computer how to handle a task?
54805. What plant is credited with reducing metals in soil thereby reopening areas closed to strip mining, and is now being used to mine (extract) nickel?
54807. Is Dr. Dre the same person who is in Outkast, Dre3000?
54809. Is the novel "Moulin Rouge" fact or fiction?
54810. Somewhere, there is 28 litres of mercury in a spinning pan becoming a parabolic shape. What is its function, where is this taking place, and what is its main disadvantage?
54815. What does it mean to be a cousin once removed or twice removed? And what's the difference between a first cousin and a second cousin?
54816. Are the judges that appear on those daytime judge shows really professional judges? If so, how did they get the jobs?
54817. Are people from Spain considered to be Hispanic too?
54818. What is the Edmonton Protocol?
54819. How did children's pacifiers, which in Oz we call "dummies" get the name they are known by in the US, "Binkys"?
54820. How many UK number ones have McFly had?
54821. What Beatles' number one hit stayed at number one for the longest period of time?
54822. A word coined by critic Frank Rich in 2003 "telephilia" means what?
54823. Is there such a thing as a £100 pound note?
54824. In what country was Mentos 'the Freshmaker' invented?
54825. We all know the Royal Standard is never flown at half-mast, but which national flag is never flown at half-mast?
54828. A member of a wealthy family vanished while travelling in 1854. Years later, a man claiming to be him turned up. After a lengthy trial, he was exposed as an impostor and sentenced to 14 years in prison. What was name of the family?
54829. Why is the Royal Standard never flown at half-mast?
54830. Which very famous person's forename was inspired by, or is derived from, an operatic stage direction meaning "sing with sweetness"?
54831. What was the first television weekly series entirely done in color?
54832. If eating too much MSG can result in CRS, what then is CRS?
54833. The boldly idealistic song "Jerusalem" is a setting of words by the poet painter William Blake to music by which composer?
54834. The Australia - West Indies One Day International cricket match held on January 19, 1981 led to off-field consequences. What were they?
54835. Which event did Rivera Schreiber predict?
54836. What was the name of America's first earth satellite?
54837. Who scored the only try when Wales beat England in rugby at the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff, Saturday, 5 Feb. 2005?
54839. Who invented cigarettes?
54840. The last line of which famous film is "This is getting ridiculous"?
54841. What is the difference between a "town" and a "city" in American English?
54842. Apart from mainland Antarctica, are there any areas in the world that do not belong to a specific country?
54843. Are there any permanent population or bases in the British Antarctic Territory which includes the South Shetland Islands and South Orkney Islands?
54845. What did James Arkwright invent and why was it named so?
54846. Why is a wren called a Jennie?
54847. What ingredients and manufacturing process make white chocolate different from milk or dark chocolate?
54848. What was the exact length of the "Carolingian foot" introduced by Charlemagne when he tried to established uniform weights and measures throughout the Frankish Empire?
54849. What category of US Navy ships were named for famous battles during World War II?
54850. Who used the first cell phone?
54853. What is the name of the tune played in those Vonage TV ads?
54854. I am made from confectioner's custard and crystallised fruit macerated in Danziger Goldwasser, and decorated with a border of fresh strawberries. What am I?
54855. What city was known as "The City of Gods"?
54856. What do windscreen wipers, grocery bags, Kevlar, fire escapes and jockstraps all have in common?
54858. Which drink's manufacturer had a range of mountains named after him?
54861. What was the Watergate Scandal?
54862. In the 1950s a very rare white Bengal tiger was captured in central India, and today most known white Bengals are decendants of his. What was the name of this 1950s rare white Bengal?
54863. One day on breakfast TV, I vaguely recall seeing an unpleasant demonstration by Johnny Vaughan of a device that could remove all the snot from a bunged-up person's head in one go. How might it have worked and is it still for sale?
54864. Who was the author of "A New Deal", the book that inspired Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1932 election platform?
54865. Is Tony Blair's real name Anthony?
54868. Whose album features a song called "T-shirt"?
54869. After the Beatles broke up, each individual Beatle had a number one hit. From the first to the last timewise, what were these hits?
54871. Why was Charles I executed?
54874. Which 17th century composer and conductor hit himself with his baton and died of the consequences?
54875. From which album do the songs 'Youthful', 'Mother', and 'Flowers for You' come?
54876. Does any other country besides the USA have states?
54877. Is Ozzy Osbourne his real name?
54878. 400 camels carrying 117,000 volumes of books were trained to walk in alphabetical order for whom?
54880. If you visited the Bognor car factory, where would you be?
54882. What is the name of the longest highway in the United States?
54883. What invention made L. Nobel a rich man?
54884. Do priests get paid?
54885. Which air pollution station records the lowest pollution levels in the inhabited world?
54886. Which Super Bowls were tied after three quarters of play?
54887. What is the only palindromic nationality?
54888. What is Comic Book Guy's real name?
54889. When was the first James Bond movie made, and what was it named?
54890. Who spent thousands of pounds on a prepared acceptance speech and then lost all three nominations?
54891. Which Biblical magician also appears in an apocryphal work where he is fatally brought to earth?
54892. What is the world's oldest coin?
54893. What is the highest peak in the Rockies?
54894. Where does the term "bullseye" come from?
54895. What is the average number of eggs laid by a female platypus?
54896. Which Swiss forger would you need to be wary of, if you were thinking of buying an original drawing by Auguste Rodin?
54897. Who was the oldest pope?
54899. D.W. Griffith was famous for this now-controversial film. What was it?
54900. Who was the last amateur men's tennis player to win the US Open?
54902. Who is the teacher of the enrichment class in the 1986 TV series "Head of the Class"?
54903. What eight letter word links a small town near Bilbao with a famous painting?
54904. What important event occured while John Paul II was born?
54906. Who made the first pair of jeans?
54907. What is the estimated population of the world by 2025?
54911. Why does paper go wavy when wet?
54912. Is it possible for our sun to go nova? If so, when?
54913. What is the capital of Australia?
54914. Who was the first woman to have breast implants?
54915. Where is the only road that passes under the Erie Canal located, and what is the road?
54916. What were the names of Henry VIII's wives?
54918. What took 71 days, 19 hours, 18 minutes and 33 seconds?
54919. Why do we tan in the sun?
54920. Who does the "What's New Scooby Doo" theme tune?
54921. Which king had two wives at the same time in two different countries all because of a boating mishap?
54922. What is the new name of the Knights who say Ni?
54924. Who is the Mona Lisa a picture of?
54926. When can a Russian get a motorcycle and car license?
54927. Why does the phrase "from whiskers to tail" make me hungry for BBQ?
54929. What does the term 'phone strip gratis' mean? I saw it as a warning whilst browsing mobile phone accessories.
54931. How many countries border Australia?
54932. In a typical deck of playing cards, which suits are red?
54933. What is the principal religion in Italy?
54934. Does anyone know what the aromatherapy oil "essence of papyrus" is used for?
54935. What football team drafted Brett Favre?
54936. Who is the current host of the 2002 TV series 'While You Were Out'?
54937. The world's highest ranking law enforcement camel is Bert, who was accepted as Reserve Deputy Sheriff for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department in San Dimas, California, on April 5, 2003, and regularly goes on patrol with his handler. What is Bert's handler's name?
54938. Are there any quadruple meeting points of countries in this world, four countries' borders meeting at a common point?
54941. What is the nationality of actress Tia Carrere?
54943. In the first issue of The Incredible Hulk, the Hulk was supposed to be what color?
54944. Do people in the United States eat offal meat like we used to in the UK?
54949. What is the pattern name for Hyacinth Bucket's Royal Doulton "with the hand painted periwinkles"?
54950. What sort of cocktail did Mike give Del Boy Trotter when he asked for "the usual"?
54951. Who was Max Power, and where did the name come from?
54952. Do all the state names in the United States have vowels in them?
54953. When, in England and Wales, is it legal for a bull to be in a field crossed by an unfenced public footpath?
54955. Which Victorian became an international celebrity for his knack of breaking in any horse and what was his technique?
54956. Which star of "The Lord of the Rings" films had met the author personally and when?
54957. What measured nine cubits by four cubits?
54958. What measured 300 by 50 by 30 cubits?
54959. What measured six cubits and a span?
54960. What measured 10 cubits in diameter and 30 cubits in circumference, estimations that ignore pi?
54961. What was the most lopsided win in professional football history?
54963. Who was the first head of the Gestapo?
54964. Which day of the week is named after the Norse God, Thor?
54965. What, if any, is the difference between a sybarite and a hedonist?
54966. If Mibby had been in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire on August 3 1990, what would she remember most about it?
54967. What was the name of Ellen MacArthur's record-breaking trimaran?
54968. Who was the first person to climb Mount Didicas?
54969. What happened at the Victor Verster prison early in 1990?
54970. By what name did the Nazis call themselves?
54971. Because of what superstition would the band Van Halen refuse to play a concert?
54972. Ian Wilmut was the second person in Britain to receive a licence for theraputic cloning. Who was the first?
54973. What famous late night talk show host was a runner-up for the role of Rob Petrie in the 1961 TV series "The Dick Van Dyke Show"?
54974. In what year was the ninth planet discovered?
54975. In American football, with what team did Steve Young start his pro career?
54976. What name was given to the hypothetical single land mass before the continental drift?
54977. What makes a planet a planet?
54978. Happy Chinese New Year, the year of the Rooster. Why do the Chinese give each year an animal?
54979. In the days of Italian city states the head of state in Genoa and Venice was a Doge; in Milan and Urbino, a Duke. What was the title of the head of state of Pisa, when it was independent?
54980. In which indoor sport can a participant "chase one yard" or "chase six yards" for example?
54982. Where is the tallest redwood tree?
54984. Who is the author behind Bridgette Jones?
54987. In which novel is the last line, "Who can tell?"
54988. What tall structure was originally planned for mooring airships?
54989. The last line from which famous film is, "Wonderful woman"?
54990. What is the correct definition of 'economics'?
54991. If the Titanic was built today, what would be the estimated cost?
54992. How and why did the Empire State Building acquire its name?
54993. What is important about the number 116 in Australia?
54994. In what year did Nevada become part of the United States?
54995. Who won Super Bowl I?
54996. Works by which artists are featured in the opening title sequence of the TV show "Desperate Housewives"?
54997. What chemical reaction caused Space Dust to fizz so impressively on the tongue?
54998. What makes our hair grow?
54999. Does the Chinese Chicken Flu exist? If so, what is it?