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Questions From Jun 27 06
67501. Vincent Van Gogh was born in what city in the Netherlands?
67503. This famous actress appeared along what was supposed to be Herny Winkler and suffered from a rather ironic phobia. Her Grandfather also won a Nobel Prize, but what I want to know is: Who is the actress, what is her phobia, and what Nobel Prize did her Grandfather win?
67504. In what year and in what city did archery first appear as a sport in the Olympic games?
67505. To what exact place on Mount Doom did Frodo have to return the ring?
67506. What company was the maker of the Swedish drip coffee systems used by Starbucks in 1981?
67508. What do 65 million people do once per year?
67509. What is the name of the holiday resort with a beach and cliffs in northern Wales that was visited by some of the characters in the TV series "Hollyoaks" which aired 3-5 years ago?
67511. What is the rule if your ball hits the white smaller ball in bocce ball?
67512. Where does dandruff come from?
67513. This individual in American criminal history, supposedly threatened the population of a major southern American city with murder; unless a certain interesting musical demand was met at a particular time and date. Not everyone complied, but no one was killed that night. Who was this "killer" and what was his demand.
67514. In Chinese history Prime Minister Cao Cao, ruler of the Wei Dynasty, had four family members serve in his army. What are their names and how are they related?
67516. How does ear wax form?
67519. What song did Mindy Smith cover when featured on the 2003 tribute album Just Because I'm a Woman: The Songs of Dolly Parton?
67520. What film critic penned the uplifting classic: I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie?
67521. What 1967 smash was actually cut two years earlier but held back because it sounded too much like the Supremes?
67522. On average, how many numbers are given in a Sudoku puzzle?
67523. To let in the goal that lost Hungary the 1954 World Cup, their keeper Gyula Grosics, had something happen to him in the middle of the game. What was it?
67524. We all know that "Phantom of the Opera" is the longest running show in Broadway history, but what is the longest running show in off-Broadway history?
67525. What is the name of the company that insures against alien abduction?
67526. What causes mold and what is it?
67527. What are the three most popular fruits?
67528. Edward proposed. Agnes accepted. Agnes dumped Edward. Edward built a castle. Billy wrote a song inspired by the whole thing. What is the name of the castle and what is the name of the song?
67529. Who is said to be the most "physically repulsive" "practitioner of magic" from the
67530. How many Hungarians have played in the NHL, or at least have been drafted onto an NHL team?
67531. Of the 48 continental United States, how many do not have any major league baseball teams? Which ones?
67532. What is the meaning of "China proper"?
67533. What is the name/artist of the song whose lyrics are something like "the car is in the front yard and I'm sleeping with my clothes on last night, now you're gone"?
67534. What's the difference between regular and antibacterial soap?
67535. Who is St. Jimmy in Green Day's album 'American Idiot'?
67536. Edward Leedskalnin's plaque stated ?THE SECRET TO THE UNIVERSE IS 7129/6105195.? Any updates on a possible meaning?
67537. Why was Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens closed down?
67538. At what point in history did writers begin writing their novels on typewriters instead of with pen, and at what point did those writers begin typing on computers?
67539. What was Huck Finn's friend Jim's opinion of French?
67540. How may Shakespeare plays have ghosts?
67541. An international organisation, abbreviated as TI, regularly compiles a controversial league table of countries in which Iceland has recently replaced Finland after years at the top and Chad came bottom. Who are TI and what is the table supposed to indicate?
67542. Who composed the standard classical ending where most of the orchestra oscillates between two notes (a bit like the "Jaws" theme) the last four of which slow down toward the last drawn out concluding note? [I do hope someone knows what I mean!]
67543. After the discovery of Pluto, did Gustav Holst ever mention any need to include it among the rest of his planets? And if not, did he ever say why not?
67544. Which is the longest bridhe in the world and where is it located ?
67546. Who declared war on Württemberg and Switzerland because they didn't send sixty locomotives?
67547. What is the most common reason babies are delivered by C-section?
67549. What US states have only one representative in the US House?
67550. What is the meaning of Juliet's name in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"?
67551. There is a standard recorded message in the U.S. which has been around for several years, indicating when a phone number has been "disconnected or is no longer in service." Is there any info on the background of this recording? Who is the lady that recorded it? When was it recorded?
67552. Adolf Hitler is known for having been a mediocre painter. But he had been interested in music before: he began composing an opera in the style of Wagner. What was its subject, or at least its title? Have we got any fragments of it?
67553. Whose frenetic talk show always ends on a quiet note with his ?Final Thought??
67554. Who was the 50's singer that got his fame by looking like Elvis and Ricky Nelson?
67557. Robert (James) Fischer, after breaking international sanctions by going to Yugoslavia to play chess against Boris Spassky in 1992, disappeared and lived undetected in Europe and Japan until 2004, when he was found (and arrested) in what city
67558. What is the term, if any, of actors or actresses, who don't step out of their role character even after filming is done, an example would be Tobey Maguire continuing to play Peter Parker/Spiderman when he goes home, etc?
67561. In chinese history who are the dragon officers in the Three Kingdoms era?
67562. Who sang 'Grease is the word' in the original Grease movie?
67567. In Outlaw Josey Wales where won't Josey spit his tobacco juice?
67568. What is the last name of Jeremy in the comic strip "Zits"?
67571. What was Abraham Lincoln's Favorite book in the Bible?
67572. What is the most expensive cheese sold in stores?
67573. On sex and the city, does Carrie end up with Mr. Big?
67581. What is a 1999 Tony-Nominated musical directed and choreographed by Lynne-Taylor Corbett. Beverly Durand and Scott Fowler are in it.
67582. What is creme-brule?
67584. What Patsy Cline hit became LeeAnn Rimes' first number one single?
67585. What male tennis player won US Open in 1988?
67586. The Zombies debut single release "She's Not There" in 1964 was written by which band member?
67587. What monument in Dublin's O'Connell Street was blown up in 1966?
67588. Whatever happened to the guy who stood in front of the tank in Tiannemen Square in 1989?
67589. Who is the Mayor of Galway City in Ireland?
67590. Why is is so hard to kick a pigeon?
67591. In temperate climes what major period is a year divided into?
67592. Which epic poem refers to a god that is more a personification of abstract ideas than a real character?
67593. Of which Northern Territory group was it said that their "bridge theft was a slick job"?
67594. What links Sir C.S. Chaplin and Nat King Cole?
67595. Weighing 3.2 grams, decorated with daggers, and associated with one of the most notorious men in history, it has just been returned to the country where it was found. What is it, what lettering does it include, and what purpose did it serve?
67596. What poem was Isolde reading in Tristan and Isolde? Who was it written by?
67597. Who grew up as a poor kid in New Orleans, started writing at age 28, and went on to write ten major stage plays and two movies? I went from poor and homeless to a multimillionaire. Who am I?
67598. What is the difference between the Iron Cross and the Knight's Cross?
67600. In what movie was the protaganist tormented by the Cute and Fuzzy Bunnies?
67601. Where did the term 'Private Eye' originate?
67602. Is it cheaper to stay cool by turning on the air conditioner, or to use a fan? Basically is the cooling of the AC or the electricity for the fan cheaper?
67603. Who plays Lex Luthor in 'Superman Returns'?
67604. Napoléon Bonaparte (Napoleon I), after returning to France in 1815 and regaining power for a period known as the Hundred Days, was defeated, fled to Paris, abdicated, surrendered to the British, and was banished to what island, where he died?
67605. What Oakland A's star told Time magazine in 1974, "I'd rather hit than have sex"?
67606. In the population ladder of Australia, Toowoomba is what number on the scale?
67607. Who is the youngest person ever elected mayor in the United States, and what is the city?
67608. What agricultural crop creates the most jobs in the U.S.?
67609. Is there a place in Berkshire, England and Pennsylvania, USA with the same name?
67610. Which President said, "Upon this Rock I Stand," referring to the Bible?
67611. What did ancient Greeks eat to prevent getting drunk?
67612. Who is the richest person in the world?
67613. What was the first published novel to sell over one million copies?
67614. What actor starred in Pocket Money, The Color of Money and Where the Money Is?
67615. Where was Rory Gallagher born?
67617. From what movie was the line, "I cannot believe you're not retarded"?
67618. If the Lunar Cycle Theory were accepted, how old would Mahalalel and Enoch have been when they became fathers?
67619. What did Mr. Flint purchase in 2237?
67620. What is Kolchak?s first name?
67621. Who played Mr. Flint?
67624. Is it true that there are no public toilets in Peru?
67625. Judging a character through his or her forehead, what is that art called?
67626. What are the lyrics to the song "Agatha Christie Novel" by Filligar on the album of the same name?
67631. What is the oldest show and how old are the main characters?
67632. Who was the first person to win Academy Awards for producing the Best Picture and for Best Actor?
67635. Over the last five years this has increased 42% with couples wanting this at their wedding?
67636. Has any Pope since St. Peter kept his own name upon acceding to the Papal throne?
67639. Does anybody know the song that plays in the background on TSN Canada's 2006 Football World Cup Show?
67640. What is the largest State in the United States of America?
67641. How many recognized Native American tribes are there?
67642. Which States in The United States of America do not practice capital punishment?
67643. Why are nachos spicy?
67644. What Disney Channel show do the most people watch?
67645. Which recording artist(s) achieved the first ever number one hit on the American charts, and with what song did they achieve this with?
67646. The Don McLean song 'American Pie' is a tribute to who?
67647. I saw a movie called "Hoosiers." Dennis Hopper says to Gene Hackman, "Run you off your boards." What does "run someone off the boards" mean?
67648. A phrase most associated (in Britain anyway) with one of France's star footballers and a footballer with a unique FIFA World Cup record have a doubled syllable in common. Who are the players and what was the record?
67649. Which Alaskan cape is thought to have taken its name from someone misreading what was marked on a map of the area?
67650. What is the furthest a boomerang has been thrown and still caught by the thrower? Who was the thrower, what shape was the boomerang and how was the throw measured?
67651. It was derived from a medieval literary tale that takes one almost three years to read if read accordingly. A well known hypnotist is famed for the English translation, and it features a phrase that alludes to a magnificent yet disappointing banquet. What is the book, who was the translator, and what is the phrase connected to the meal?
67652. In the 1880s Britain ceded its interests in Samoa to Germany in exchange for territory elsewhere. Which territory?
67653. Why is the bookstore Barnes & Noble called Barnes & Noble?
67654. What are 'cooties' and when did the term first become popular?
67655. Where did the phrase "sick as a dog" originate from?
67656. What radio station ran a contest to give Journey their name?
67657. Star Jones has been in the news a lot lately for various reasons whether it be for her weight loss or the loss of her job on "The View", but what company did she advertise on TV prior to her role on that show?
67658. What is Stephen King's most popular (highest-earning) novel?
67659. What is regarded as the most haunted place on Earth?
67660. Prompted by question #67646, why did Don McLean's "American Pie" have trouble getting played on some radio stations?
67661. Who won the men's and women's doubles at the US Open Tennis Championships in 1969?
67662. What was the original name of what we know now as the TV Guide Channel?
67664. Where are lollipops made?
67665. Since orange isn't a primary colour, what two colours produce it when mixed?
67668. How many different languages are there?
67669. What are the straw cone type hats most commonly seen in the Orient called?
67670. Do any other countries other than the USA have a fourth of July?
67671. I started wondering this after seeing #67653, about Barnes & Noble. How did the bookstore Borders get its name?
67673. What Broadway play did Andy Griffith and Don Knotts appear in together, in the 1950s?
67675. This large port in the Southern Hemisphere may remind many of the people in the United Kingdom of stake and ale. It is situated at the junction of the sea and a river which literally means black water. The name of the country is question also refers to water. What is the name of the port, the country, and the river in question?
67676. Why does so much of the UK's and US's chocolate manufacture originate with Quakers?
67677. Toby Keith played defensive end with what farm team of the short-lived United States Football League?
67678. This low budget but surprisingly good sci-fi movie was made around 1980 and featured Adam West as part of the crew of a spaceship who were voluntarily committing suicide for some reason. The mystery was solved by a psychic through whose visions the movie was seen. Anybody remember the title?
67679. How many countries use different dating conventions ie, mm/dd/yy or dd/mm/yy and is there any reason why?
67680. In the movie 'Superman Returns' do they play the original Superman theme during any part of the movie?
67681. Is rice heavier than chapati during the night?
67682. What do you mean by "I am being bugged"?
67684. Why in some countries are local calls free? For example in Dubai and Hong Kong local calls are free.
67685. In what country was Emperor Franz Josef crowned in 1867?
67687. What is the name of the 25 pack deck made up of circles, Greek crosses, 5 pt. stars, squares and trios of upright wavy lines?
67688. What was the name of the technique parodied by Carnac the Magnificent?
67689. Did Kitty Russell have any children?
67690. Why did Chester limp?
67691. Why do many Brazilian soccer/football players have nicknames on the back of their jerseys?
67693. It was utilised by someone who was sometimes referred to as a 'swan' and is a famed title of a novel written by someone who was once declared 'unfair' by critics. Derived from the Romans, it came as an admonition and specifically if the sinister one was responsive. What is it, and who were the 'authors'?
67694. Why and when did we start calling "Independence
Day" the "Fourth of July"?
67695. Besides the battery brand Eveready, which other international famed brands are from India?
67696. If the Wacky Races were scored according to F1 rules, what would the final result be?
67697. What is the difference between rugby league and rugby union?
67698. Can pigs see in color?
67699. What holiday is celebrated by the most countries?
67700. What is gopher wood?
67701. Where and when did the world-famous opera singer Maria Callas make her debut?
67702. Is the Eurovision Song Contest heard of in the United States, and if so, is it re-shown in America at a later date?
67704. Who is the wealthiest woman in the world?
67705. What is played using 3 ten-pins and a duck-pin ball?
67706. What is the difference between a Congressman and a Senator?
67707. Who is the costliest footballer today?
67708. Who first thought of the word 'soccer'?
67711. Who invented "Cheetos"?
67712. Why are womens haircuts so much more expensive than mens?
67713. How much water is there in a watermelon?
67714. Who invented football?
67717. Who will replace Eden Espinosa on Broadway in "Wicked" when she leaves on October 8, 2006?
67718. Why was Pete Best replaced by Ringo Starr in The Beatles?
67719. Approximately what proportion of the population of the U.S. has travelled abroad?
67720. Now represented all over the world, it was founded in Asia, in the 1930's, by a group of ex-pats who named it after their residence. The traditional activity was inspired by a sport associated with the U.K. and usually involves a quantity of flour, chalk, or paper. In one great city, members appear in ancient garb on a certain notorious date, while those in other chapters dress in red for another annual event. What is this interesting social organization?
67721. Who is the oldest person in the world and how old are they?
67722. Why can floorboards be creeky?
67723. The Jesperhus on the little, tiny island of Mors is home to which Hans Christian Andersen characters?
67724. Does Don McLean play an instrument on the song "American Pie"?
67725. This actor from ?My Three Sons? is the brother of an actress from ?Eight Is Enough.? Who are they?
67726. What one word can mean a ?boo-boo,? ?Bigfoot? AND ?pot??
67727. What are the names of Sada Thompson?s television "family"?
67728. Who is Jason Winfree?
67730. Which person actually started World War I? I do not think of Gavrilo Princip and his shot in Sarajevo, but of the politician who gave the order to start the war.
67731. At the start of World War II the Germans staged a Polish attack on a minor German radio station. In which city was this attack said to have happened?
67733. It is a term used to describe a form of creative writing that has been metamorphosed to acclimate a certain varient of statistics within the literary work. What is the term, and can you provide an author reknown for using this device?
67735. Where can actress and director Gwen Arner be found?
67736. What remains when the top of a cone is cut off?
67737. How does sugar hurt your teeth?
67738. What is in an orange?
67739. Is Tex Mex sauce actually made in either Texas or Mexico?
67740. What is the highest grossing horror film of all time?
67741. Is it true that New Zealand is the only country in the world that has every type of climate?
67742. Is it true that the country of Tanzania has an island nammed "Mafia"?
67743. What is the exact word for bomb detector?
67744. Does someone know which countries issue a Visa on arrival for Indian passport holders?
67745. What is "anorak pop music" and why is it labeled so?
67748. The first punk single released in the UK was "New Rose" by The Damned in April 1976. Which was the first in the USA?
67751. What is the minimum windspeed needed to make a flag wave?
67752. It is widely known for its medicinal properties concerning breast feeding mothers, yet some countries consider it a delicacy. It is considered a weed, but about 60 years ago a man and his pet discovered an extraordinary use for it. What is it, who was the man, and how does it now relate to a woman's morning routine?
67754. How does ice form in your fridge?
67755. What animal is the arctic named after?
67756. What is the highest possible score in snooker?
67757. What is the "9-11 prophecy" supposedly on the US $20 bill?
67759. When did the most recent inside-the-park grand slam occur?
67760. What was the theme song for a classic TV show in the late 50's to early 60's that spawned to a hit record for one of the series' regulars, and who was the artist?
67762. George Clooney wasn't the original choice to play Bob Barnes in the political thriller 'Syriana'. Who was? Brad Pitt, Harrison Ford, Matt Damon or Richard Gere?
67763. Was anybody else considered for the role of Jack Sparrow, aside from Johnny Depp? If so, who?
67764. Who is currently the oldest Aussie Rules player?
67765. How did Charles and Caroline Ingalls die?
67767. What was the only year that the US government did not mint any one cent coins?
67768. Revelation 3:7 tells of four living creatures each of whom represents a specific Gospel, the creatures resemble first a lion, then an ox, then a face of a man, and lastly an eagle in flight. Which Gospel corresponds to each of these different living creatures so resembled?
67769. How many bales of cotton went into the female wardrobe of 'Gone With the Wind'?
67770. How much did tickets cost for the Atlanta premiere of 'Gone With the Wind'?
67771. Why was the German army called "the Bosh" (or Bosch) during World War I?
67772. How did Bob Marley die?
67773. What is the name of Ernest Hemingway’s first published work, which was published in 1923?
67774. What education in music do the "American Idol" judges have?
67776. How old is Zoey from "Zoey 101"?
67777. Who created the first peach?
67778. What is peach fizz?
67779. Are any of Laura Ingalls Wilder's siblings still alive, or any of Almonzo's siblings?
67780. What is the name of fellow musician and brother of Gwen Stefani?
67781. How many bananas can a banana pouch hold?
67782. In the comics does Superman really have a child like in the movie?
67783. How many James Bond films did Pierce Brosan star in?
67784. In 'The DaVinci Code' what was the hostess's name who introduced Langdon?
67789. Who is the black and white picture of near the fireplace in Will's apartment on 'Will & Grace'?
67790. Who is usually paid the most, movie producers, movie directors, or movie screenwriters?
67792. What nickname was Larry Hagman?s mother known by?
67793. How did Clem Kadiddlehopper earn a living?
67794. Did the Everly Brothers have any sisters?
67795. Who said, "Viaduct? Vi not a goose?"
67796. What comic strip was the first to use speech and thought balloons?
Who plays Ron in the Harry Potter movies?
67798. What might be the connection between a small, but very irritating insect and a quite important real estate transaction in the early 19th century?
67799. Some plants are carniverous and behave as animals, e.g. the venus flytrap, however, what animal looks, grows, and behaves like a plant?
67800. What is the least number of goals conceded by a goalkeeper on the winning team of a World Cup?
67801. What TV drama series debuted with 'The Case of the Restless Redhead' in 1957?
67802. The answer was incorrect. What was the theme song for a classic television show in the late 1950's and early 1960 and the show spawned a hit record for one of the series regulars?
67803. Celtic-rock band Horslips had three lead guitarists, although not at the same time! Can you name them?
67804. There were four Gibb brothers in the music business, three of whom were in The Bee Gees. Name all four?
67805. What 1980's US presidential candidate penned "Creating the Future" before having to recreate his own future outside politics?
67807. With references to Apollo, some water nymphs, and Jupiter, it was once known as a test of sobriety. Later it was adapted by a lawyer to become a signifigant part of a certain country's culture. What is it, who adapted it, and what was it formally known as?
67808. What did Oliver Cromwell refer to as a fool's bauble?
67809. It was considered a puzzle by wry females of a certain European country during the Reformation era, to ensure fidelity, or at least hamper their partners into thinking quick. Yet, another European country featured a similar technique, yet ironically the design is formulated to 'unravel' easily. What is it, which two countries are involved and which third European country utilizes the opposite procedure of usage, except for one region?
67810. Was Pontius Pilate born in the country that today we know as Italy, if not then where?
67811. Where was the first Spanish colony in The New World founded?
67812. Are any countries named after metals?
67813. What fruit salad is a country?
67815. What is the colour of Paul McCartney's eyes?
67816. What cult sci-fi movie featured a space ship that resembled an old tall ship, an 18th century sailing ship?
67817. What southpaw pitcher's name is synonymous with ulnar collateral ligament surgery?
67822. What is the most important lesson Ashlee Simpson ever learned from her sister Jessica?
67824. Dolphins and porpoises are different. But what is the difference between the two?
67825. What do seals like to do?
67826. How large is the Pacific Ocean?
67827. What was the name of the first remote-controlled vehicle that was used on another planet. In what year and on what planet did this occur?
67828. What fiddle player was persuaded to move to Nashville by Kitty Wells and soon landed what current job?
67829. The Nickelback song ?Curb? was dedicated to the memory of Chad's friend named Kirby who accidentally killed his girlfriend. How did Kirby accidentally kill his girlfriend?
67830. About how many people emigrated from the U.K. in the two decades or so after World War II?
67831. What does the J.K. stand for in J.K. Rowling's name?
67832. What is the smallest thing in the world?
67833. Back in the early days of computers I worked on the IBM System 360-30 and 50. Assuming that the input and output could be connected to a PC, how would they compare? Could a thousand dollar PC replace a million dollar mainframe with the right interfaces?
67834. What is the function of each of the following keys on the keyboard: 1. Scroll Lock, 2. Print Screen/SysRq, and 3. Pause/Break?
67836. How many countries do not charge taxes on purchased goods?
67837. What is Gunther's surname in 'Friends'?
67839. Who or what on this day was called, and I quote "Sixty by still sexy" by the news crews?
67840. Who did Elvis Presley "shoot" when he shot his television with a pistol?
67841. What middle weight champion of the world was shot and killed in Conway, Missouri?
67842. When you 'Googlewhack' on the internet, what are you doing?
67843. It is named after a place that doesn't exist, and also after a species to which it is not. It is thought to have been derived from a certain post carrier from the stench it emitted. What is it and how does it relate to bridge construction?
67844. This mathematician/spy's surname, distinguished (in various spellings) in a nation in which he never lived, may, ironically, have been derived from a certain fruit that one of his ancestors presented to a French king and that he later studied in a distant region. However, he became well-known for a treatise on a subject that is dear to the hearts of holiday merrymakers, especially those in the U.S. tonight. Who was he, and what was the treatise?
67845. Who plays drums on the song "American Pie"?
67846. What is gutta-percha?
67847. What is an abfahrt?
67848. How did the Goo Goo Dolls get their name?
67849. Where is a cut that finds a nife?
67850. What are smuts, puff balls and stinkhorns?
67851. What is the name for a fear of peanutbutter?
67853. What is aoi?
67854. What is the term for the fine sawdust like powder made from cutting large amounts of paper (as in a paper mill) or found in poorly maintained copy machines?
67855. What is the difference between purple and violet?
67856. What do ants, firefly larvae, vespid wasps, stinkbugs, braconid wasps, ground beetles, mites, rove beetles, earwigs, wheel bugs, and spiders all have in common?
67857. Are there any plans to make Tolkien's "The Silmarillion" into a feature film?
67858. How many times do ghosts appear in Shakespeares' plays
67859. What is the name of the test that determines a machine's ability for conversation and what is the name of the prize given to the best performers in the test?
67860. How many Jews were murdered by Gentile Poles in Poland in 1944-47?
67861. Not to be morbid, but how long does it take someone to die once they've been hanged?
67863. What are Yankees?
67864. What was the U.S. Civil War about?
67865. What was World War I about?
67866. What came first, Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin at Walt Disney World, or Men in Black: Alien Attack at Universal Orlando?
67869. Where do sea animals usually lay their eggs and what do they eat?
67870. What are Dear Americans books about and what was the first one?
67872. What is the theme tune to Gordon Ramsay's 'The F Word'?
After leaving Columbia, what record label did Aretha Franklin sign with?
67874. Which shoe did Cinderella lose, the left or right?
67875. About how many years can a penguin live?
67877. How do you make a green bean casserole?
67878. How many career home runs did Tim McCarver, St. Louis Cardinals catcher, hit?
67879. In the movie 'Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story' who does Scarlett Chorvat play?
67880. How many records did Led Zeppelin make?
67881. In 1963 what release became Carl Butler?s first million-selling single?
67882. Who gets a quarter share of the Beatles Anthology profits, along with Paul, George and Ringo?
67883. What makes some teeth sensitive?
67884. What is the story behind the song 'Smoke on the Water'?
67885. What is the name of drum heard in most "Celtic" music?
67886. Whose body was said to be buried in Aurora, Texas in 1897?
67887. Which U.S. state consumes the most canned Spam?
67888. What is the smallest surviving puppy ever born?
67889. How big is the largest recorded eagle?
67890. This type of art is condsidered relatively new and is performed by tradepersons named after a new English word derived from the Italian language. Involving the by-products of certain farm animals, it is now portrayed at a competition level. What is it, who performs it, and can you provide some pictures of these interesting works of art?
67891. What NBA player holds the record for most consecutive games played?
67892. What girdle of swollen tissue is found in earthworms and leeches?
67893. Which Class of Mollusca includes squid and octopi, with tentacles surrounding mouth, large eyes and a well developed nervous system?
67894. Where would you find a gegenschein and where is its origin?
67895. What is a Celt?
67896. Who was in DX the first time?
67897. Up to which London hotel do cars drive on the right?
67898. What is a Maori?
67899. What is rock's biggest-selling album to sport a German title?
67900. What is the name of the first silent film Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin (Charlie Chaplin) appeared in?
67901. Does anyone know of a childrens poem which begins "Down at the bottom of a dark dry well," and goes on to tell a story about a green goblin?
67902. This actor played in Jurassic Park, Powder, and Independence Day. He's always the "smart" guy. Does anyone know who he is?
67903. Are zebras' stripes white or black?
67905. What does manglik mean?
67906. Did little Jimmy Dickens ever sing "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor"?
67907. How many times did Red Auerbach win the NBA Coach of the Year Trophy, before it was named after him?
67910. What is an egg beater?
67911. Do dolphins lay eggs?
67914. What did the Ancient Greeks award sporting event winners?
67915. What is incense burnt in?
67916. What does proteron husteron mean?
67917. What was found at Brak?
67918. What famous moulded cheese was formerly sold in Cheshire?
67919. The Victoria Cross was instituted by Queen Victoria in January 1856.
How many people won the VC before that date?
67920. Can you name the woman who modeled the first bikini swimsuit in Paris France, 60 years ago this week?
67921. I quenched the thirsts of French Foreign Legion troops of Mazagran, Algeria?
67923. In airlines, what is the difference between First Class and Business Class?
67924. How does a moon become a full moon?
67925. Who created the moon pies?
67926. How are the movie and book version's of Eirch Maria Remarque's "All Quiet on the Western Front" different?
67927. What NHL player has the distinction of most consecutive appearances?
67928. What kind of car did Starsky and Hutch drive on the TV program?
67929. When is 'Friends' character Phoebe Bouffay's birthday?
67930. Where was soccer first played and when?
67932. What is said just prior to this Gandalf quote: "So do all who see such times. But that is not for us to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that we are given"?
67933. Who is Florida State football player featured on the Jan. 10, 1994 cover of Sports Illustrated?
67936. Just who was Oscar Meyer of the hot dog fame?
67937. What trio did Paul Ben-Victor, Evan Handler and Michael Chiklis ape in 2000 network TV movie?
67938. What is the name of Saul Bellow?s first novel, published in 1944?
67939. What male tennis player won Australian Open in 1981?
67940. Why is the ocean blue?
67941. What kind of foods do crabs like to eat?
67942. What album did Kenny G. release in January of 1983?
67943. What do they do with beached whales?
67944. Other than helter-skelter, what is a rhyming and hyphenated word meaning "muddle"?
67945. What is the name of Schuyler J. King?s plane?
67946. Who is Lína Langsokkur?
67947. Who is Maci Laci?
67948. Fifth generation fiddle player, multi-instrumentalist and singer, Clinton Gregory was born in what city?
67949. I'm a student and this has been puzzling for some time. What is fire? By that, I mean is it a gas, solid, liquid, or something totally different?
67950. Is a mix between a pure bred black lab and a pure bred yellow lab, still considered a pure bred lab by AKC standards?
67952. On what album will I find Lynyrd Skynyrd's 'Simple Man'?
67954. Who sings the song 'Yesterday' from the 80s, 70s or 60s, somewhere in that category?
67955. Who sings the song 'Aquarius' from the 70s, 60s or 50s, somewhere in that category?
67956. Which group are the only band to have a UK number one in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s?
67957. What do the initials HB on a pencil stand for?
67960. The classic Burt Bacharach song "Walk On By" has been covered many times by various artists. I am sure that I heard a version done in the 70's or 80's, by a band similar to Naked Eyes (but obviously not them). Does anyone know of this version and who the artist was?
67962. What TV cop said, "Guns don't kill people, bullets do," and believed that the death penalty was too lenient as there was still the possibility of reincarnation?
67963. What is the difference between crabs and hermit crabs?
67966. Who is the only UK recording artist to have had UK number ones as a solo artist, part of a duo, a trio, a quartet, and a quintet?
67967. For what NHL team does/did Hungarian goaltender Levente Szuper belong to?
67968. The first hit record for the Fleetwood's back in 1959, was what song?
67970. In 'All Grown Up' how did Chuckie's mum die?
67971. Which character living in the Oasis owns a dog called Waldo according to 0-33028086-4?
67972. How many scout troops are there in the town of Rugby and what are their names?
67973. In which sport would you negotiate haystacks and vortexes?
67974. What rank of person tries to kill Alex Rider on a jetski?
67975. How many types of lobsters are there?
67976. How many species of sea animals are there in the world?
67977. How can you get out of a rip current?
67978. In the film 'Hope Floats' what song does Sandra Bullock and family dance to, to try and cheer up Bernice?
67979. How can you print the entire screen on your computer?
67981. How many Mongolian chess players has Bobby Fischer played?
67984. What does the Yeti in Expedition Everest at Disney World look like?
67985. What do the three tiers of a wedding cake represent and what should they be used for traditionally?
67986. Are Japanese and Korean related languages?
67988. In Major League Baseball, ERA stands for earned run average. How is this statistic calculated?
67990. Why is it that English is not the official language of the United States?
67991. What is the name of the song, and the singer, played during the final scene, while Claire was driving to New York, of the last show of "Six Feet Under"?
67992. In the movie Vampire wars, I`m looking for the name of the song and group that sings the last song in the movie.
67993. Who lived at No 1, London?
67995. What tennis player made the most appearances at Wimbledon without winning the event?
67996. How and when did the custom of middle names begin and what do they usually mean?
67998. What was unique about the month of February, 1865?
67999. Are starfish actually fish?