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Questions From Sep 30 00
6506. What is a baby bat called?
6507. What is a group of bats called?
6512. How many pennies does it take to make one pound?
6514. What is the name of the character who was rescued from trouble by Mr. Wizard Lizard with the words, "Drizzle, drazzle ... time for this one to come home?"
6518. What do a knot, tiller, and foil have in common?
6519. In which of the following Olympics was the number of women competitors more than half of the male competitors for the first time: 1996 Atlanta, 1992 Barcelona, 1988 Seoul, or 1984 Los Angeles?
6520. Where is the geographic center of North America?
6523. What was the original filling in Twinkies?
6525. What is the Venus Butterfly technique?
6528. In the movie 'The Full Monty' what is the name of Gaz' wife, and Nathan's mom, and who portrayed her?
6530. What will the volunteers receive for working an average minimum of ten eight-hour days at the Olympics?
6532. What is the average weight of an adult elephant?
6542. What is the most commonly used nickname for Shakespeare?
6556. What do the letters ESPN stand for?
6558. Who is the youngest multi-billionaire?
6559. What is the largest pork producing state in the US?
6560. How many electorial votes are there?
6561. In the United States, how many electorial votes does it take to win the presidency?
6562. On what date did Michael Jordan retire from basketball the second time?
6571. What color was the soft drink Coca Cola when it was first introduced?
6577. What is teratophobia?
6580. What was the inspiration behind the name 'Raggedy Ann?'
6581. What is the world's longest suspension bridge?
6583. What was the presidential yacht for both Franklin Roosevelt and Richard Nixon?
6585. The Oscar awards were made of plaster one year. What year was it and why?
6587. What future US president was the first secretary of state?
6589. Which organ was the first to be successfully transplanted in a human?
6590. What actress played Sue Ellen in the TV series 'Dallas?'
6591. Can a female dog have pups fathered by two different male dogs in the same litter?
6599. If you are morbidly afraid of leaves, what is the clinical name for your phobia?
6600. Who invented pizza?
6601. What did Eugene Levy in 'Splash,' Kristy McNichol in 'Just The Way You Are,' Brian Keith in 'Hooper,' and Dennis Farina in 'Code of Silence' all have in common in regard to their character?
6602. Why do dogs turn in a circle before they lay down?
6603. Why are there 18 holes on a traditional golf course?
6606. What film had more people working on it than any other film in history?
6611. What was the most watched television program on October 3, 1995?
6615. Who made famous the line, "Here come da judge?"
6616. Which state of the USA is the only one to be bordered by two oceans?
6620. Who is the oldest person to win a medal at the Olympics, winter or summer?
6622. Which famous Catholic explorer's ship was named Santa Maria?
6625. How often does the word 'democracy' appear in the United States Constitution?
6627. Michael Jordan was the star of a cartoon along side Wayne Gretzky and Bo Jackson. What was the name of the cartoon series?
6628. What are baby spiders called?
6632. What US president got stuck in the White House bathtub?
6633. What US naval ship in World War II was refered to as the 'Fighting Lady?'
6634. Which one of Benjamin Franklin's sons was a Tory and a governor of New Jersey?
6645. Who were the first TV couple to share a bed?
6652. When was Neptune discovered?
6653. What country adopted Prohibition in 1919, the same as the United States?
6654. What teams joined MLB in 1962?
6666. What size box would be necessary to hold one million one dollar bills?
6667. What is the name of Pavlov's dog?
6668. Whose ashes are on the moon?
6669. Who is the narrator of the original TV series 'The Fugitive?'
6670. Which city is larger, Boston or Montreal?
6671. What are baseballs made of?
6674. What percentage of the English language is comprised of Latin?
6675. In what room of the White House are the official banquets held?
6676. In the White House, where are the presidential press conferences held?
6677. What is the Green Room of the White House used for today?
6679. Who was first offered, and rejected, the role of Indiana Jones in 'Raiders of the Lost Ark?'
6682. How old is or was the oldest cat in the world?
6684. How many times its own body weight can an ant lift?
6689. Are deer color blind?
6694. Hell, for one Corinthian, consisted of eternally pushing a huge rock up a hill, only to reach the summit and have the rock roll back upon him and having to start over. Who was this unfortunate soul?
6700. What are the names of the two Disney chipmunks?
6706. What sound did you hear at the beginning of every episode of 'The Donna Reed Show?'
6717. How many plays and works did Shakespeare write?
6720. What factors effect how quickly materials decompose?
6730. On 'Leave It To Beaver' what was Mrs. Cleaver's maiden name?
6731. Which cigarette brand used the slogan "I'd rather fight then switch?"
6734. How many days did it take the first automobile to cross the United States in 1903, driving from San Francisco to New York City?
6735. How did early Egyptians cure a toothache?
6741. What are some symptoms of arachnophobia?
6745. What was Plato's Retreat?
6747. How much liquid does a 10-gallon hat hold?
6748. What were George Washington's false teeth made of?
6749. What does the term 'born again' mean and who used it in the Bible?
6763. Which pop diva have the Hawaiian authorities decided to charge with third-degree promotion of dangerous drugs: Whitney Houston, Jennifer Lopez, Mariah Carey or Toni Braxton?
6764. In what city was former president Ronald Reagan shot?
6766. Who was the first woman drafted by an NBA team?
6767. Name the first British group to have a number one single in the United States?
6768. Who was quoted as saying, "Where I come from, size, shape or color makes no difference?"
6769. What is the origin of the saying "keep your dogs at bay?"
6776. How old is Hillary Clinton?
6777. What is the square root of pi?
6783. Some people have a gap in the middle of their upper teeth. What is that gap called?
6785. What is the most dangerous activity in American homes today?
6787. What are the two days of the year in which there are no professional sports games in the MLB, NBA, NHL, or NFL?
6788. If you put a raisin in a glass of champagne, will it keep floating to the top and sinking to the bottom?
6792. Did Hershey's Kisses get their name because the machine that makes them looks like it is kissing the conveyor belt?
6795. Who was named the sexiest woman of the past century by People Magazine in 1999?
6800. What woman has the fastest time for the US mile (not the 1500m)?
6801. What woman has the fastest time for the 1500m?
6810. How can we save the endangered species, the jaguar?
6814. What is the world's largest type cactus?
6815. On what date was prayer taken out of US public schools?
6826. What land animal has the largest heart?
6828. Who was the shortest Major League Baseball player of all time?
6829. What are the three green properties in Monopoly?
6833. What best-selling author ran for president and won an Olympic medal?
6834. In Europe, a village without a church is known as a what?
6835. In Europe, a town cannot be considered a city until it has a what?
6837. Which US presidents have been murdered while in office?
6838. Which seven US presidents were left-handed?
6839. What company used the advertising slogan "We work hard so you don't have to?"
6841. Samar, Panay and Cebu are a part of which group of islands in the Philippines?
6843. Who did Dorothy Kilgallen mean in saying, "The kid had no right behaving like a sex maniac on a national show?"
6844. Who invented the potato chip?
6848. What is a subtle, gentle Eskimo greeting?
6849. What is the average number of parts in a car?
6851. What US president could write Greek with one hand and Latin with the other and translate both languages?
6852. What baseball team holds the record for most consecutive playoff losses?
6854. Who replaced Thurman Munson at catcher the day after he died?
6856. Are real flamingos really pink?
6857. What animal has 2,000 muscles?
6858. Where did the term 'Pollyanna' come from?
6859. What is the name of the woman in the Old Navy commercials with the thick rimmed glasses?
6860. Who threw the only no hitter on opening day in baseball history?
6863. What product was onced billed as zero proof hillbilly moonshine and featured a shotgun toting mountaineer on the bottle?
6867. Do plants really grow better when music is played to them?
6868. What was the penalty for women watching the Ancient Olympic Games?
6869. Which Olympic event is considered by many to be the world's first game, played by Greeks, Egyptians and Persians?
6875. I can be Egyptian or Asiatic and was once a 'king.' I'm white in bloom, changing from pink to blue to purple. What am I?
6881. If you're afraid of ghosts, what phobia do you have?
6884. In the movie 'The Big Chill' what magazine did Michael work for?
6886. Who was the first black player in the National Football League?
6889. Who did the voice-over on the show 'The Wonder Years?'
6906. Where did the term 'saved by the bell' originate?
6908. What is a commonwealth?
6910. What actress played the lead in the movie 'West Side Story?'
6912. Who was president of the United States for only one day before Zachary Taylor?
6916. What names precede Yarrow, Stookey and Travers?
6917. The secret formula for what product is referred to as '7X?'
6918. What film had Bette Davis creating a scandal by wearing a red gown to a society ball?
6921. Who was Sir Frederick Royce's partner?
6923. Who was the first president born in the United States of America?
6926. How often are brain cells replaced by the body?
6930. What color is Jupiter?
6931. How many pounds of food does an average American eat per year?
6932. What are the school colors of Notre Dame University?
6933. What is the only wildlife that you're allowed to feed at Yellowstone National Park?
6936. What city in the United States is known as Surf City, USA?
6939. What is the nickname for Atlantic City, New Jersey?
6940. Who is generally credited for saying "Everybody deserves fifteen minutes of fame?"
6941. How many full moons have occurred on October 30 in the past four hundred years?
6944. What is the deepest freshwater lake in the United States?
6947. What was the name of the TV game show that aired around 1978 where there was a celebrity panel that reviewed a particular object and gave their opinion of what it was and what it was used for?
6948. What animal has blue blood?
6951. Why can't witches have babies?
6958. Who made George Washington's false teeth?
6959. Approximately how many litres of water can an elephant's trunk hold?
6965. How does the manufacturer manage to print the little m's on M&M's candy?
6966. What former US president pardoned the Vietnam draft dodgers?
6969. Which condiment did ancient Egyptians use to pay their taxes?
6974. Who was the star and narrator of 'Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom?'
6978. What is the longest word in the Bible?
6984. How many feet are run when a home run is hit?
6986. Who invented baseball?
6987. Why do stars twinkle?
6990. What is the name of the only X-rated film to ever win the Academy Award for Best Picture?
6994. Since it started in 1903, how many years was the World Series not played?