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Questions From Jun 02 06
66501. What is Machine Reading Passports?
66502. What is the full form of WC?
66503. What is the band that sings the song Fat Lip?
66504. About how many songs does a 1 GB memory stick for a PSP hold?
66507. What is the difference between a trool and a giant?
66510. At the start of the movie 'Good Fellas' Henry Hill states a number of reasons why his father was "pissed off". What were these reasons?
66511. What band sings 'Bleeding Mascara'?
66512. In the 70's, possibly a racing boat engine, does anybody remember a Chevrolet Hemi engine?
66513. What female tennis player won Wimbledon in 1988?
66514. Is it theoretically possible to eliminate this world of all unwanted pests, insects and vermin like ants, roaches, and flies, etc.?
66515. In the Harry Potter series, does it ever reveal Arthur and Molly Weasley's age?
66517. How old was S.E. Hinton when she wrote 'The Outsiders'?
66519. How many albums has Billy Talent put out in the US?
66520. During which years were Mary Kay pink Ford Mustangs produced?
66521. If stars (Jupiter, Sirius etc..) would be able to be reflected on the surface of Lake Tahoe?
66522. Why are olives different colors? What is the red thing in the middle of green olives?
66524. What are Eminem's top three most famous songs?
66525. Why does kindergarten precede grade 1, and why does kindergarten exist in schools?
66526. How many songs did Eminem produce till now?
66527. When deciding whether to be an organ donor it asks if you are willing to donate your corneas. For what purpose are they donated?
66528. What is the last name of Arnold of the Nicktoon "Hey, Arnold!"?
66529. How many Grammy Awards did Queen win?
66531. What x-ray recently revealed the head of an alien?
66532. Is it possible to be ?excommunicated? from the Lutheran Church?
66533. 'Lord of the Dance' was written in whose first person voice?
66534. What is the difference between the Catholic version and the Lutheran version of the Lord?s Prayer?
66535. If you are afraid of snowmen what phobia do you have?
66536. What is the name that Fred and George's spell check quill gave Ron when he wrote his name?
66540. Where was Jimmy Buffet born? To which high school did he attend?
66547. Who is writing the Nancy Drew books now that Mildred Benson died?
66548. What is the winningest team in Arena Football League history?
66549. Does anyone remember the name of a movie that stared Jackie Gleason, who was sort of a bum that lived on the streets of a city? It was a very touching story when I was a young boy. I would really like to see it again. I'm pretty sure that the name of it was just one word which was his character name in the movie.
66550. It has inspired a song, an opera, several parodies, and a couple of Disney films, while people in both California and Massachusetts are convinced that their towns were the models for the famous locale. What is this American classic, published almost 120 years ago today, and who wrote it?
66552. I've been told that "floaters" which are the annoying spots that some people see in front of their eyes, are protein deposits that form on the back of your eyes. Is there any way to get rid of them?
66553. What type of food did Mamma Cass Elliot choke on causing her to die?
66554. What was the name of the first US Navy vessel torpedoed, but not lost, in World War II?
66555. In 'Aladdin' is Rajah a tiger or a tigress?
66556. United States National Research Council (NRC) has ranked various academic departments in the U.S. in 1983 and 1995 respectively. When will the organization rank the departments again?
66557. Who invented Blu Tack?
66559. When was the first "Zoo Tycoon" game released? Expansions and Complete Collection don't count.
66561. What is the difference between ketchup and tomato sauce?
66562. Which country is said to be "blessed with a fine weather"?
66564. Which part of the human anatomy did Leonardo da Vinci describe as ?the greatest engineering device in the world??
66565. According to the IRS, what is the most common mistake made by tax filers?
66566. A Mardi Gras tradition is the king cake. What is typically inside these cakes?
66567. How did 666 become Satan's number?
66568. Although accurate information is rather sketchy, some say it was a Roman event, others a Pagan festival. It is a very dangerous Britsh sport, which involves a type of wheel and is supposed to welcome Spring. What is this sport, where is it held, and who was this years winner?
66569. If the White House has 132 rooms, how many bathrooms are in the White House?
66570. What band sings 'The Crimson'?
66571. What band sings the song 'Unholy Confessions'?
66572. Which 'Survivor' player said, "Remember kids, say no to crack"?
66574. Is there an official website for the musical 'Rent'?
66575. Is rhubarb a fruit or a vegetable?
66577. What is Boswellia sacra resin used to make?
66578. This product's factory has a freeway running straight through the middle. It features a pipe that transports the main ingredient over the top of the freeway. What is it, who invented it, and what does it have to do with one of the 'Four Yorkshiremen'?
66581. What was the historic source of the Freemasons?
66582. Bobby Sheridan was a pseudonym used by what recording artist early in his career?
66583. Who signed a U.S. law abolishing the welfare system's Aid to Families with Dependent Children?
66584. What is the average salary for a lead in a Broadway musical?
66585. Who knows where the girls from ABBA live?
66586. People say that they feel so much better after a "good cry". Is that just because they are letting out their emotions, or is there also some physical reason for the upswing in their mood?
66587. A typical tennis score is called 'thirty -all' in English (although 'all' seems a bit over the top for singles). In German they would say 'dreissig beider', beider meaning 'both'. How is this score called in French?
66588. What exactly does "in cold blood" mean? Where did it come from? And is it possible to murder someone not in cold blood?
66589. Has anyone died in space?
66590. If you put salt on the coffee grounds before brewing, does it reduce the acid in the coffee?
66591. There was an OLD movie that took place on a ship and most of the actors were unrecognizable. At the end of the movie, the actors paraded in front of the camera so you could actually see who had played any given character. Does anyone know the name of this movie?
66592. What composer-lyricist won the Tony Award for Best Score of a Musical in 1971, 1972, and 1973?
66593. Why does pasta cook better when a pinch of salt is added to it as it is boiling?
66594. What is the most humane way to euthanize a pet fish?
66595. What ever happened to Buffy Sainte-Marie?
66596. What is the difference between Slow Motion and Ultra Motion?
66597. What is the average salary of an air host or hostess?
66598. What is Kancura tea?
66599. How many types of Betel leaf are there?
66600. What golfer won the Masters in 1960?
66601. What assassination was the 'Black Hand' responsible for in 1914?
66602. First published in the 1940's in a respected American magazine, this famous and macabre short story, set in a small town, stunned its early readers, who sent torrents of abuse -- or merely bewildered inquiries -- to the author. It was also banned in South Africa. Today, it is regularly anthologized and has been fodder for many interpretations, though the author herself once admitted that she'd had no specific meaning in mind. What is it, and who wrote it?
66603. Which country was the first from Africa to participate in the World Cup soccer finals?
66604. Which country was the first from Asia to participate in the World Cup soccer finals?
66605. Which country has the most World Cup appearances without ever winning the World Cup?
66606. What does a bulletproof vest, laser printer and a fire escape have in common?
66607. What is the shelf life of a Twinkie?
66608. What is the origin of the word odsbodikins?
66609. What was the significance of James Douglas to the development of BC history?
66610. A day named after a type of vehicle is commemorated due to the effects of the ingestion of a substance by a scientist who was connected with a female shepherd and the son of a king. What is this day, who was the scientist, and where does a fortune teller fit in?
66611. What is the literal translation of the word "manna", the bread the Israelites ate while wandering in the wilderness?
66612. Do you know what day Mahatma Gandhi was born which is celebrated in India as Gandi day?
66613. What chemical element is also a state of the United States?
66614. What is the Olympic women's shotput record?
66615. What island was named for the day it was seen in 1643?
66617. What does the term "Dynamo" mean when it is put in front of a sports team name, eg Dynamo Moscow, Dynamo Kiev, Dynamo Zagreb (all football teams)?
66618. What is 8 letter word for 'an omnivorous animal" with 5th letter as 'v' and third as 'n'and eighth as 'e'?
66619. What ?license to kill? message appears on Yankee staff beepers to warn that George Steinbrenner just pulled in to the Legends Field parking lot?
66620. It is said that that if you dream of ice cream, either eating, making, selling, or serving, it means what?
66621. Who released 'Ready to Die' and 'Life After Dead' before his posthumous 'Born Again' album? I thought it was Biggie Smalls, but trivia won't take it.
66623. Which country has the poorest statistics from the World Cup soccer finals?
66624. What were 2.5 million New York City kids issued in 1952 to identify them after a nuclear attack?
66625. What is the song which includes the lyrics: "I walk alone" in the previews for the new movie "The Lake House" with Sandra Bullock?
66626. Does anybody know how long the long version of 'Hotel California' is and which CD has it on it?
66627. What program featured a grown man playing in a store display with a dinosaur, a nativity scene, and an army tank, and what was the store's name?
66629. The semi-final games for the Powergen Challenge Cup will be played on neutral ground - but will both games be played at the same ground, on simultaneous days, and what ground will it be?
66630. If I dug a hole straight thru the earth from Terre Haute Indiana, where would I come out?
66631. On which golf course did Tiger Woods win his first U.S. Open title?
66632. Is the United States ready for a flu pandemic, and what would be the expected casualties and economic impact?
66633. I am sorry for posting the wrong question and the correct question is, what is the difference between Slow Motion and "Ultra Slow Motion"?
66634. Does anybody know how far does the front light (headlight) of an aeroplane shows the pilot?
66635. What is the exact weight of a football?
66636. Which is the poorest country in the Middle East?
66637. In Gretchen Wilson's song "California Girls" who is Gretchen making fun of in the song ?
66639. What team has played in the most UEFA Champions League events without winning it all?
66640. His final resting place has been argued to not to contain his remains but to be that of one of the first people in Christianity to be terminated for practicing magic. His emblem signifies his courageous efforts one day with a horse being enshrouded by a mass of a certain animal. Who is this, what is the symbol, and what do we know about the red ones compared to the white ones?
66641. In relation to Dario Fo and his winning the Obie Award, and the Nobel Prize for Literature, he also won the Agro Dolce Prize. What is it?
66642. Which movie featured a parody of the car chase scene in 'The French Connection'?
66643. What is Elton John?s nickname?
66646. What fictional cannibal did the New York Times wryly call ?just another eccentric foodie??
66647. Standard Oil and what other company suffered landmark antitrust cases that are most often compared to Microsoft's?
66648. When do we acquire our fingerprints?
66649. What is the oldest medieval cathedral still standing?
66651. Did Elvis purchase Graceland or did he have it specially built?
66652. Who is the NBA player with the most number of NBA championship?
66653. What song was written with the "help" of a well-known preacher and well-known male actor? Who wrote the song?
66654. Based on the number of coins people toss into it each year, which fountain or wishing well is the world's 'richest'?
66655. Which state reported an estimated birth rate of 0.01% for this year, has no official nationality and no political parties?
66656. What is the highest prime number ever calculated?
66657. What female won the French Open in 2000?
66658. This disease was known commonly by a name referring to the person whose touch was said to heal it. What is it?
66659. How many "years" are there in dog years and cat years?
66660. This Army General's troops were known to chant a song about an insect who was so stoned she could not walk. During which Revolution did this happen, who was the General, and what is this well known song?
66661. What was Newman's apartment number on 'Seinfield'? Did he live on the same floor as Jerry?
66662. Is it ever acceptable, even in slang, to add an "apostrophe s" to a noun to form a contraction of the noun and the word "is"? (For instance, can I say Emily's going to the mall, as opposed to Emily is going to the mall?)
66663. In The Simpsons episode when The Ramones sung 'Happy Birthday' to Mr. Burns, did the real Ramones provide the voices? If not, who did?
66664. What is the difference between a forest and a jungle?
66665. Why is there 78% nitrogen in the air, or where does this vast proporton of nitrogen come from?
66666. Who presides over a meeting of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, if the chairman is away on a golf junket?
66667. What are the main differences between the Minuteman III and the Peacekeeper ICBMs?
66668. After the United States acquired Alaska how was it governed?
66669. What is Carl Belew?s middle name?
66670. What sit-down comic spend six-and-a-half years as Conan O?Brien?s late-night second banana?
Who won the Daytona 500 in 1972?
66672. What was Chicago's Lincoln Park originally known as?
66673. How does the Nova Scotia Duck-Tolling Retriever attract waterfowl?
66674. What saltwater lake is inhabited by crocodiles?
66675. Other than Pat Riley (LAL, NYK, MIA) who is the only other NBA coach who has taken three different teams to the NBA Finals?
66676. What are friendly numbers?
66677. What are the circumstances surrounding the possible extinction of the Indus River Dolphin?
66678. Why is the term "Roger Wilco" considered by some to be an incorrect phrase?
66679. What did "Tad" Dorgan's obit credit him with?
66680. What is the difference between North and True North?
66683. Cirque du Soleil Corteo is a grand procession and festive parade imagined by a _____________?
66684. We've all seen the advert for the new Sony Bravia television. Coloured balls bouncing down a hill, and so on. You may have also seen the Tango Clear rip off of the ad. But what is the name of the song on that advert, and who sings it?
66685. Who received the first star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
66686. Is there an international convention on the 3-letter codes that countries use at events like the Olympics, eg Australia is AUS, Austria is AUT etc?
66687. What are perfect numbers?
66688. Who proved the world is round, and how did they do it?
66689. When tested with an EEG machine what food had brain waves identical to those of adult men and women?
66690. Of all the words in the English language which has the most definitions?
66691. What stands 50 feet tall, stretches 450 feet across, weighs 450,000 pounds?
66692. In the show "Earth Girl Arjuna", what is the lyrics to the song "Early Bird" which is played in that show?
66693. What movie had the last line "'Twas beauty killed the beast"?
66694. If you used it to kill vermin or create exciting fireworks, you knew it by one name; if you used it to make a major aesthetic statement, you knew it by another. Associated both with great art and with such unfortunate disorders as diabetes, blindness, and even madness, this substance hasn't been available for over 40 years but has never been matched in quality. What is it, and what artist specially favored it?
66695. What types of public tranportation are available from O'Hare Intl Airport to the University of Chicago?
66696. Does anyone know what the lyrics to the song "If You Can Dream" heard on one of the Disney Princess movies?
66697. He was called the greatest rainmaker of modern times. For more than 30 years he practiced his art and won a name for himself by filling lakes, saving crops, and breaking droughts, from the Yukon to Guatemala. He offered to clear London of its fogs and to water the Sahara. But the scene of his most spectacular achievement was San Diego, California. Who was he?
66698. Who created the fun sport of Hackie Sack?
66699. What is the name of the USAF elite unit comparable to the Navy Seals?
66700. When was it discovered that a rope stretched along the length of the diagonal produces an area which the vertical and horizontal sides make together?
66701. What makes the site of an injection hurt after you've gotten a shot? How far does the needle have to go into you to effectively deliver its dosage? What is a live strain of a virus and is there such thing as a dead strain? What's the difference?
66702. Why, when referring to certain inanimate objects such as ships, are they referred to with a gender, like when a battleship is referred to as "she"?
66704. What put an end to Achille et Polyxène?
66705. In The Simpsons episode where Bart and his friends become The Party Posse, who sung The Party Posse's songs?
66706. What government outfit did Congressman James Traficant accuse of being "bankrolled by the mob" in 2000?
66707. I've heard that the game backgammon has been around for over 2000 years. Is that true?
66708. What '70s drama series opened with a scientist promising, "Gentlemen, we can rebuild him"?
66710. What term did Winston Churchill use to refer to his bouts of depression?
66711. What happened on April 19, 2004 involving Thomas Woods?
66712. Who was the jazz saxophonist whose improvisations were known as "sheets of sound"?
66713. On which Caribbean island is the famous Seven Mile Beach?
66714. What is the name of the Sevendust album released in 2005?
66715. Who remembers who played Jaime Sommers 'The Bionic Woman'?
66716. A fireman features in the lyrics of which Beatles' song?
66717. There is a palace in Scotland where there is a stain on the floor. Which palace, where is it and what is the stain purported to be?
66719. According to Greek mythology how many goddesses were on the moon and what were their names?
66720. At what track did Matt Kenseth last win to make it two Cup wins in a row?
66721. What year did Ohio "officially" become a state?
66722. Who was the infamous Confederate P.O.W. camp Andersonville named after?
66723. With what label did Elton Britt record for more than 20 years?
66724. Who won Super Bowl XXXIII on January 31, 1999?
66725. What is the exact difference between an inn and a hotel?
66726. Which country has the highest percentage of terrorism?
66728. What is the exact difference between guarantee and warranty?
66729. What is the name of the person who tends Nancy Drew?s house?
66730. What is the closest distance between Alaska and Russia?
66731. How do the Lembas of South Africa tie into the "Lost Tribes of Israel?"
66732. What is the Freeman Institute known for?
66733. What country is named for its line of latitude?
66736. The first toilet ever to be seen on television was seen in which show?
66737. What are three reasons why James Douglas was significant to the development of British Columbia?
66738. Although fable, it is usually represented as a metaphor; the concept originated by the arrival of a carriage into the city bearing a little boy who was to become king. Named after the father of this child, it is seen today as a problem that is 'difficult to alleviate'. What is it, who was the child king, and what happened to his ears?
66739. Are bluebirds found outside North America?
66740. What were the names of William Penn's children?
66741. Why is Dr. McCoy of 'Star Trek' often called "Bones"?
66742. Popular in France, this food item originated in Austria. Named for its shape, what is it and what is the story behind its shape?
66743. In the movie 'Philadelphia' there is an aerial shot of a statue on top of a building, presumably the courthouse. It is of a man in a tricorn hat, I think. Can anyone tell me who he is?
66744. What is the origin of the phrase "As different as chalk and cheese"?
66745. If something is described as 'Grand Guignol' what is it?
66746. Antidisestablishmentarianism is said to be the longest word in the English language. What does it mean?
66747. What unusual eating contest will be held a week from tomorrow, on June 17, 2006?
66748. Which university is the only one to win a Division I national championship in mens' basketball, womens' basketball, and football?
66749. Who are the top ten most points scored by a single player in the NBA?
66750. According to Frank Zappa, what was in the corner by the Dodge?
66751. What is the name for cockroach eggs?
66753. Can normal glassware be used in a microwave oven? I normally use a glass to boil water for tea, and one day the glass cracked after 4 minutes. I had been doing that for some time before the crack.
66755. Why and how do bats get rabies?
66756. Why is the inside of a Pop Tart hotter than the surface of the sun after only a few seconds in a toaster?
66757. Why are sharks unable to catch most diseases?
66758. In what year, by an Act of the U.S. Congress, were the words "Under God" inserted into this country's Pledge Of Allegiance?
66759. Who owns the burial tomb next to Marilyn Monroe?
66760. What was the name of the dog in RCA Victor's trademark?
66762. Why was Walt Disney World made?
66763. Can someone please tell me if Paul Newman has or has ever owned a house in Lexington, Ohio?
66764. What are the top 10 most commom Hispanic surnames?
66765. Who was Daphne Bigelow?
66766. What is the name of Napoleon Dynamite's brother, or whoever that guy is in his house?
66767. Boyhood friends, these two famed and accomplished individuals of the 19th and early 20th centuries fell out when one used the other as inspiration for a work of art. Who were they, and what was the work?
66768. What well-known person died in a car crash in New Hope, Pennsylvania when the car he or she was driving went off the road into a canal?
66769. Why is it so hard to remember your dreams?
66771. What is tomato and pumpkin soup called?
66772. Which music, more recently used by the Black Eyes Peas in "Pump It", appears on the soundtrack of "Pulp Fiction" and "Charlie's Angels 2"?
66773. What is the exact difference between mud and sand?
66774. What is the exact difference between breeze and wind?
66775. What is hair transplantation and how much does it cost?
66776. What is Page 3?
66777. What is most aired video in MTV history?
66778. What does the United States government keep at the US Military Academy at West Point, New York?
66779. During the Beatles first playing engagement in Hamburg, Germany, they were rounded up by the authorities, who kicked them out of the country and sent them back to Liverpool. Why?
66780. Who invented the smiley face?
66781. What are the names and birthdates of the Arquette children (i.e. Patricia Arquette)?
66782. What is the origin and meaning of the word "Ginchy"?
66783. When and where did the concept of reincarnation originate?
66785. What country declared a civil war ceasefire so that both warring factions could watch the greatest footballer in the world, Pele, play?
66787. Why was Sir James Douglas significant to the development of British Columbia?
66789. When was the toothbrush invented and where?
66790. What was the overall message(s) of Alexandre Dumas' "The Three Musketeers"?
66791. What was d'Artagnan's main fuction or role in "The Three Musketeers"?
66792. What was d'Atho's main fuction or role in "The Three Musketeers"?
66793. What role does a gaffer have when making a movie?
66794. What is the name of the little mermaid whose statue is in Copenhagen Harbour?
66795. Can vampires die without use of garlic, crucifixes, or wooden stakes?
66796. What famous thoroughfare started out as Bloomingdale Road?
66797. Where do the Tony Awards get their name from?
66798. What is Chargogagogmanchaugagogchaubunagamaug?
66799. What is "double hemisphere action"?
66800. Does anyone know if Showcase will be airing the fourth season of 'The L Word' and, if so, when?
66801. What was the name of the historical novel about cathedral building in the 13th century? Who was the author and is a sequel or movie planned?
66802. This term is given to a verse that must have a persons name in the premier line. It is irregular in length, and named after a man whose son, a fireman, once worked for T S Eliot. What is it, and can you provide a witty example?
66804. Why was Chevy Chase banned from hosting "Saturday Night Live" in 1997?
66805. More correctly, who attended More Science High School?
66806. Instead of using distilled water for my fire-bellied toad, can I use normal water with chlorine remover in it?
66807. On average, how many pages is a regular twenty-two minute episode of a TV show?
66808. Kathy Bates stars in "Failure To Launch," as Matthew McConaughey's mother. For which movie did she win Best Actress?
66809. What's indiscernible in a mystery clock?
66810. Who penned 1300 pages documenting the Holocaust while languishing in an Israeli prison?
66811. What is the longest published novel?
66812. I am looking for a game on here. I think it was called A Touch of Color and it went like this:
Moonceon "MO" would be blue, "once" would be black, "on" would be blue.
The answer: Once in a Blue Moon.
Where can I find this game?
66813. Who won the talk show host Daytime Emmy four years straight, once Oprah stopped competing?
66815. During WWII, a European country utilized a military construction made of cement in order to control armoured infiltration. This construction was originally built to resemble a well known confection. Where was this, what body part of a mythical creature is this construction named after, and what is the confection?
66816. Why does it say 33 on the back of the labels of Rolling Rock beer?
66817. Who were the bad guys who took over idyllic Pepperland in the animated feature film "Yellow Submarine"?
66818. Gretchen Wilson was born and raised in what rural Illinois town?
66819. What male tennis player won Wimbledon in 1989?
66820. 'Three Days of Rain' is showing in what New York theatre?
66821. Horror movie name help. Made in the 1960's or early 70's. A lady steals a ring from a corpse. At the end of the movie, the corpse turns into a ghost, strangles the lady and takes back the ring. Sorry the details are very sketchy but I was only a kid when I saw this and it freaked me out. Does anyone know the name of this movie?
66822. What actor played the part of 'Deuteronomy' in the movie, "The Life of Brian"?
66825. What was the first country to appoint a foreign manager for their football (soccer) team?
66826. What is the difference between umpire and a referee?
66827. What is brocade?
66828. Which is the top-rated airline in the world?
66829. Recently the Cricket Match is going between India and West Indies in West Indies, and there is that West Indian player called Shivnarine Chanderpaul. Can someone please tell me that whenever he comes to bat he has something below his eyes, something like a black bandaid. What is that?
66830. When did Latin America start to spawn military dictatorships?
66831. At what temperature (oF) does a typical Titanium Alloy still retain 50% of its structural strength?
66832. What is actor Sid Owen's real name?
66833. Where did the term "gum bo fu" originate and what does it mean?
66834. Can anyone tell me the ending to a children's rhyme that begins: "The Bowlin' Green, the Bowlin' Green, you can't go down to the Bowlin' Green"?
66835. Who ended up being responsible for the original "Tylenol deaths"?
66837. According to Dr. Michio Kaku, certain circumstances surrounding a certain number could have drastically altered the outcome of WWII. What are the circumstances and what is the number?
66838. It is said that in the 18th century, two well-known artists engaged in a dispute over whether it was possible to produce a successful painting that employed a certain color as its dominant chromatic theme. One of the painters set out to prove that it was, and the result hangs in an American museum. Who were the artists, what is the painting, and can you provide an illustration of it?
66839. How are Disney World attractions transfered? Are they demolished at their old parks and rebuilt at Disney World?
66840. What kind of dog is Nana in Peter Pan?
66842. What is a "set piece" in theatres and movies?
66843. Is Enrique Iglesias dating Anna Kournikova?
66844. Which states are currently under military rule as of June 2006?
66845. Does anyone know who are the friendliest people on earth?
66846. What's the origin of the word duffer, as in "Oh, I'm such a duffer"?
66847. Which singer died in a cab as the result of a road accident between Bristol and London airport?
66848. What continent has the lowest highest mountain?
66850. What role does a 'Best Boy' play in making a movie?
66851. How many red cards have been given out in World Cup finals since the World Cup began?
66852. Are the popular sweets 'musk sticks' flavoured with real musk from the animal?
66853. Does the government have any control over what chemicals are used in perfumes, because of privacy/secrecy reasons?
66854. How is the smell of "white linen" created in perfume?
66857. What major league ballpark can you reach after striking out along the Nolan Ryan Expressway
66858. What major cable network squeezed out a polka festival for its first try at "original" programming?
66859. Shadowfax is the mighty horse belonging to who?
66860. What is the world's most recognized word?
66861. What is a "keneption fit"?
66862. In November 1970, a plane carrying football players, coaches, cheerleaders, and fans home from an out of state game crashed right before landing, killing everyone on board. What was the school, and what is the connection to two actors who share a first name?
66863. On what cable network did 'Beavis and Butt-head' air during first run episodes?
66864. Correctly spell the full name (his first and complete hyphenated last name) of the actor who plays Mr. Eko on Lost!
66865. For which movie did Kathy Bates win the Best Actress Oscar and for which movie did Jessica Tandy win the Best Actress Academy Award?
66866. When a memory stick is formatted what does that mean?
66867. What kind of car is "Greased Lightening" from the movie 'Grease'?
66868. Who did Steve Prefontaine race against the day before he died?
66869. Is there a website that I can go to that will give me a month by month weather history from October 2005 to present?
66870. Why normally we instantly die when we fall from 10th floor or more than that or even you can say from 5th floor? Is it because of the more gravitational force that strikes our bones with the floor or is there any other reason?
66872. Some bowlers in cricket are well known for their seam bowling. What is seam bowling and how could I learn the tactics so that I also can be called a "Specialist Seam Bowler"?
66873. What is Parliament?
66874. What is NASDAQ?
66875. Big Ben is known for its accuracy but it stopped for ninety minutes on what date? What time did it stop and what time did it start again?
66876. The 2006 Stanley Cup Finals features two former World Hockey Association teams, the Edmonton Oilers and the Carolina Hurricanes. Where did the Hurricanes franchise play during its time in the WHA?
66877. Can anyone give me the song lyrics to Kid Chaos's (is that punctuated right? Hey, it's a question within a question) song 'Jerry Seinfeld'.
66878. Why are "polka dots" called that?
66879. What is and who performs the theme tune to "Big Brothers' Big Mouth" the Channel 4 show associated with "Big Brother"?
66880. What Civil War general marched the same small group of soldiers through a clearing, around some woods, and back through the clearing repeatedly, to make McClellan believe he was outnumbered?
66881. Is the James Bond theme in 'Dr. No' made by an orchestra?
66882. Why do many Americans give the sinking of the Lusitania as the reason for America entering World War I two years (!) later?
66883. One of the world's oldest and most revered examples of artistic accomplishment is now endangered owing to a well-intentioned but badly-managed decision to introduce modern technology several years ago. What is this great site, and what is threatening it?
66884. Who is the main character in the book series "Man of the Family"?
66885. Which colonial religious group left England in escape from King James?
66886. One of the lyrics in the Broadway play 'Spamalot' says "You won't succeed on Broadway if you don't have any Jews." 'Spamalot' did succeed; so which of its cast members were Jewish?
66888. This former U.S. Army officer, West Point graduate and polyglot had an affinity for chess knights. Who was he?
66889. In real life, who presented the eulogy at Hop Sing?s funeral/memorial service?
66890. What Colorado county has the highest population?
66891. What or who is ?Okoboji? (Iowa) named after?
66892. The Sumerians made them of gold and another substance frequently involved in the process of making a certain tempera paint. A 5000 year old seal has been discovered depicting the usage of this item, yet the patent was granted in the late 19th century. What is it, what is the connection with the tempera paint, and why wouldn't you see a 'bloke' using one today for it's original purpose?
66893. What is the city in Ontario where Shania Twain was raised?
66894. On a popular sign entering Modesto, California, is the city's motto. What is the motto on the sign and on what street is it?
66895. Today are there any all male colleges in the US?
66896. In what year was Dippin' Dots ice cream founded?
66897. Are the olive trees in the Garden of Gethsemane really around 2000 years old? What is the approximate maximun life span of an olive tree, and can Coast Redwoods read around 2000 years old?
66898. What is a bad penny in relationship to the common phrase "he/she keeps turning up like a bad penny"?
66899. Who does Johnny Depp play in "Pirates of the Caribbean"?
66903. Who broke new ground in late-night TV by being submerged in water while covered with Alka Seltzer tablets?
66904. What are the differences between American and British Sign Language?
66905. Who raps on Christina Aguilera's new song Dirrty?
66906. Who had the first UK No. 1 single ever?
66907. What founding father was the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company almost named after?
66910. Where does the candy bar "Three Musketeers" get its name?
66911. What would you once have bought from a 'patten maker'?
66912. What phrase is derived from an old English law which stated that you couldn't beat your
wife with anything wider than your thumb?
66913. The following is a recipe for what: take the heart, liver, lungs, and small intestine of a calf or sheep, boil them in the stomach of the animal, season with salt, pepper and onions, add suet and oatmeal. Enjoy!
66914. After Wilt's 100 and Kobe's 81, what are the next highest point totals for a single player in individual NBA games?
66915. Who were the "apple scruffs"?
66916. How did a piece of (popular) meat become connected with a term used by bartenders for refusing service to inebriated patrons, which in turn, was the basis for naming a well known bumbling crime-fighter?
66917. What was the Operation Codename for the Nazi invasion of Soviet Russia?
66918. In "Sex and the City" why is Mr. Big called that?
66919. The Red Sox are currently playing a series with the Minnesota Twins. You may have noticed the Twins' players all have the number 34 on their uniforms, and it was painted twice on their field. Which player is this in honor of?
66920. How many animals are on a box of "Barnum's Animals Crackers"?
66922. Who was the first player to miss a penalty shoot out on World Cup finals?
66923. When do racecar drivers pee during a race?
66924. What was the name of the chimp in 'Being John Malkovich'?
66926. What famous astronomer's father was in the insurance industry in Missouri?
66927. This effect was named after a famous Austrian mathematician who postulated it and the hypothesis was tested and proved by a Dutch scientist and which was independently discovered by a French physicist. What is the effect commonly known as?
66928. What is the significance of Flag Day?
66929. This is not a sexist question but let's face it, women cry more often than men. Why?
66930. What is the difference between many and plenty?
66931. Why is the Swiss Bank so special, I mean why is the Swiss Bank regarded as the best bank compared to any other bank? Any reasons?
66932. Why does the German national football team have two polish strikers, Podolski and Klose, are they German but born in Poland? Can one differeniate the appearance of a German and a Pole?
66933. What play speaks of "Our elimination because of one man"?
66934. Why are taxis also called "cabs"?
66935. Which is the most expensive country to live in?
66936. What celebrity, if any, went to Forest Hills High School in Forest Hills, New York?
66937. Which is the least expensive country to live in?
66938. Where did Stephen Tyler meet Joe Perry?
66939. Can anyone explain the method of how those tiny, round, multi-colored sprinkles are made, or post a link to a page with the information?
66943. It is apparently the only automobile logo/emblem that mentions a certain city and, in fact, incorporates that city's traditional coat-of-arms. What is it, what is the city, and what is the origin of the coat-of-arms?
66944. What is the name of Tim McGraw?s second album, released in 1994?
66945. What is the story behind the two similar phrases of "Double dog betcha" and "Double dog dare you"?
66946. The composer of ?Pomp and Circumstance? sends a secret message to a friend and no one has ever been able to decipher it. What is it called?
66947. In the library for rare books at Yale University, what is the name of Item MS 408 and what is the story behind it?
66948. Is there an organization or association for people who collect rosaries?
66949. Sausalito, California, is located just north of what famous attraction?
66950. Who won the Daytona 500 in 1981?
66952. What was the significance of the Industrial and American Revolution?
66954. This region of a populous European country bears a symbol with multiple limbs on its flag. A philosopher once attributed this feature to the shape of the land. What is the symbol technically called, who was the philosopher, and which other region bears the same symbol on their flag?
66955. Is it true that Mike Meyers lived in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada for a short period of time?
66956. Which European city's motto features a word puzzle and is frequently displayed on the lids of the city's maintenance holes?
66957. What famous surrealist painter hails from Missoula, Montana?
66958. How many countries in the world do not use the postal stamp? What are some of these countries and what methods do they use instead?
66959. How long was the shortest recorded solar eclipse, and when did it occur?
66960. Approximately how high are the 'waves' that leap from the sun, and what are these 'waves' called?
66961. Why are clouds white?
66962. Who has held the record for being the oldest person in the world for the longest time?
66963. Which mammals are the hairiest and least hairy upon reaching adulthood?
66964. In '2001: A Space Odessey' what "species" of animal did the Neanderathals kill?
66965. What former U.S. president, when not beaning spectators, managed to score three holes in one?
66966. What Brad Pitt bomb did Star Wars addicts buy tickets to just to see the preview for 'Episode 1: The Phantom Menace'?
66967. What role did a moth play in a well-known, modern-day slang term?
66968. What soccer star holds the women?s record for most international goals scored?
66971. Anyone know the name of a British or UK music video which is like a cartoon or video game which follows a day in the life of a woman from the time she wakes up, goes to work, walks out in the city until nighttime?
66972. Why were Donald Duck comics banned in Finland?
66973. In which country is it forbidden for police officers to carry guns?
66974. What was the inspiration for the song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"?
66975. What famous Confederate escaped capture during the Civil War by dressing in his wife's clothes?
66977. Chris LeDoux was raised in what city in Texas?
66979. In the United States is it illegal to kill a praying mantis?
66980. What is the "un-posted" speed limit of Nevada State Route 375 and why?
66981. What same 4-letter word can be added to the front of each of the following words to make another word: end, wood, bolt, or lock?
66982. In how many movies was John Wayne's character named "Jake"?
66983. From where comes the word deadline?
66984. Masculine - Alhaji, feminine - Alahjia. Can someone please explain what that is?
66986. How many countries have had their capital city relocated?
66988. Is the United States more strict now for Visas after September 11, 2003?
66989. What do the Sherlock Holmes stories 'The Adventure of the Lion's Mane,' 'The Adventure of the Yellow Face,' 'The Blanched Soldier,' and 'The Nobel Bachelor' have in common? It had nothing to do with narrator or point of view.
66990. What do the Sherlock Holmes stories 'The Engineer's Thumb,' 'The Five Orange Pips,' 'The Greek Interpreter,' 'A Scandal in Bohemia', and 'The Resident Patient' all have in common?
66991. How many times have Australia been in the Soccer World Cup; dates, managers' and captains' names?
66992. In South Korea?s opening game in the 2006 World Cup, there were five players, almost 50% of the team, with the same surname Lee. Is this a record for any sport?
66993. What is the feline connection between Arnold Stang and Phil Silvers?
66994. In association football, can a goal be scored from a throw-in, and if so, has it ever been done?
66996. Discovered in 1899, though previously known from literary sources, this site was thought in antiquity to represent a certain individual's grave or, at least, the place of his death. However, the inscription, which is the oldest-known example of its kind, seems to have nothing to do with a tomb. What is it, where is it, who was supposed to be buried there, and what does any of this have to do with plowing a field?
66997. What is the origin of the term malarky?
66998. What was Mrs. Trumbul's first name on the 'I Love Lucy' show?
66999. In The Three Musketeers, what is D'Artagnan's view of the world?