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Questions From Jul 20 06
68501. What same word can mean a genus of brightly coloured tropical birds and a type of unleavened bread?
68503. Who stabbed William Seward in 1865 in an assassination attempt while he served as Secretary of State in President Lincoln's cabinet?
68504. What female tennis player won Wimbledon in 2001?
68505. What is the significance of pomegrantes among the gay community?
68507. Why do doctors ask your shoe size when you're pregnant?
68508. What historic event happened 37 years ago today?
68509. What baseball legend was 42 years old when he made his major league debut?
68510. What is the name of this 50's and 60's actor who was famous for the phrase, "Bloody Kids!"?
68513. In real life how old is Marti on the Disney show "Life With Derek"?
68515. What was the first "for Dummies" book ever published?
68516. There is a button on the base of most city traffic lights for pedestrians to push. Do these buttons really make the lights change any faster?
68518. Today is Independence Day where?
68519. Which are the top 10 most expensive stocks on the US stock market? Is BRK one of them?
68520. Which 80's group performed the song "The Safety Dance"?
68522. In which comedy film was a professor after the elusive 'oozalum' bird, that was supposed to have disappeared up its own backside?
68526. Though the name is suggestive of pasta, this term actually refers to a form of textual pastiche popular for humorous writings in the 16th and 17th centuries. Used in medieval carols and in the most famous book by a certain modern novelist and academician, it also describes the text of a rather mysterious Italian publication of the very late 1400's. What is this form, what is the modern novel, and what is the 15th-century work?
68527. What killed Mr. Creosote, and what movie did this occur in?
68528. Is Jason Behr married to Dani Behr?
68530. Who is the largest maunfacturer of tyres in the world? It may not be as obvious as you first think.
68531. How do blind and deaf people in the UK know that it is safe to cross at a pedestrian crossing without any animal or human intervention?
68532. What rank was Ben Curtis when he won the 2003 British Open, and was he the lowest-ranked person ever to win a PGA major?
68533. How old is Ashley Tisdale on 'The Suite Life of Zack and Cody'?
68534. What is the Nancy Drew movie starring Maggie Lawson rated?
68536. What nation's language today is virtually identical to the Old Norse, the language of the Vikings whose civilization disappeared about 800 years ago?
68537. What is inside Disney's Matterhorn?
68539. The Italians use a type of fish on it. The French use a herb reminiscent of a licorice flavour. The Germans, however, use a plethora of herbs and an ingredient that is also a 'scientific term'. What is it, which erotic painter, who is known for inspiring a famous biologist, is it a favourite of, and what is the German ingredient?
68541. What is the name given to the most powerful thermonuclear device so far tested, which was detonated by the Soviet military over the remote Arctic island of Novaya Zemlya on October 30, 1961 and was so powerful that shockwaves from the bomb circled the earth three times?
68542. At their very recent performance at 'Top of the Pops' Alex Kopranos pulled a stunt that stirred controversy. What was it?
68543. Who created the television?
68544. What is the differance between a sofa and a couch?
68545. How is money created?
68546. What was the nickname given to Mr. Wilson who became a recluse after failing to save his sister from hanging? What was her crime? What is the name of the location where he took refuge?
68547. Who is credited with being the originator of the term "readymade" in reference to the art world?
68548. Are there any references to the terms "sons of Adam" and "daughters of Eve" that are earlier than C.S. Lewis's references?
68549. In what city was novelist and screenwriter Anita Loos born in 1893?
68550. What athlete inspired an ESPN announcer to exclaim, ?The Camby man can??
68551. Who are the founders of Pizza Hut?
68553. Are most billionaires college dropouts?
68554. Was there ever an incident in World Cup Football where a football player was shot to death because he accidently scored a goal in his opponents? If so, what was his name and what country was he playing for?
68555. Why has the Dixons at Gatwick not re-branded as Currys? Do any other Dixons survive?
68559. What European monarch was a major influence on the Congo rubber trade?
68561. Does the Scout song that goes, "Oo ka lay la, a para-tika-tomba, a muzza muzza muzza, ooh ah la way ah la wah ah la way" derive from an actual Native American song, and if so, which tribe?
68562. How old is Brenda Song on 'The Suite Life of Zack and Cody'?
68563. What was the first record George Martin produced for Paul McCartney after the Beatles broke up?
68564. Who created the Disney Channel?
68565. How old are Candace Cameron, Jodie Sweetin, and Mary-Kate and Ashley now? They played DJ, Stephanie, and Michelle on 'Full House'.
68566. Are Dylan and Cole Sprouse who played on 'The Suite Life of Zack and Cody' 14 years old?
68568. When were the Academy Awards first televised?
68570. Who said, "Why, you might just as well say that 'I see what I eat' is the same as 'I eat what I see'!"?
68572. What is the difference between Russian and Thousand Island Dressing?
68573. What are the "thousand islands" that Thousand Island Dressing is named for?
68575. What is the rarest blood group in the world, and how many people are estimated to be the recipient of this blood type?
68577. In the Nancy Drew movies starring Bonita Grandville, why is Nancy's boyfriend named Ted when his name is really Ned? Same with the housekeeper Effie. Her name in the book is Hannah.
68578. How many different four letter combinations can be made from our 26 letter alphabet?
68579. With many digital cameras now above the 5 megapixel mark, how many pixels would be required to reach the quality of 35mm film?
68580. What country's government once had a Chamber of Nationalities?
68581. Which Hollywood actress as been awarded the most Academy Awards for Best Actress in a leading role?
68582. Which Hollywood actor as been awarded the most Academy Awards for Best Actor in a leading role?
68583. Have any actors or actresses ever declined an Academy Award, and if so, what were the reasons for their declination?
68584. What is the little plastic cap on each end of a shoelace called?
68588. What is the metallic piece that holds a lightshade to a light fitting or lamp called?
68589. In medical dramas, orders are often followed by a cry of "Stat!" What does stat mean?
68590. This country's national anthem was once described in a certain 19th century book of 'memoirs' that it was written by someone else and stolen by a famous composer. Which anthem is it, who apparently stole it, and what is facinating about the 'memoirs'?
68591. What was the "original" game show?
68592. Did Wilson Casey, world trivia record holder, merely ask all the questions or did he answer them?
68593. Who is the lowest seeded person, male or female, ever to win a tennis major?
68596. What Alternative Rock band's name might be considered an offhand reference to the theories of Carl Jung?
68597. Can you name a US city over which seven different flags have flown throughout its history and can you name the seven flags?
68598. How do you create synthetic elements?
68599. What is the biggest size of shoe?
68600. Who is Robin Van Persie's wife?
68601. When and where was the earliest known use of cosmetics?
68602. What Alabama football player got hurt in 2005 during the game and was carried out?
68603. What movie featuring Brad Pitt was shot in 1988 but not realesed until 1997?
68608. What is the difference between yoghurt and curd?
68609. What is the difference between sensory neurons and motor neurons?
68610. What artist was also a chess master and chess journalist?
68611. The live version of Chuck Berry's hit "My Ding-a-Ling" which appears in most compilation CDs was recorded where exactly in the UK?
68612. How old are Kay and Danielle Panabaker?
68613. What is a definition of an alter ego?
68615. Is there an authentic painting, pre-1900, that includes a flying saucer?
68616. What is the cosmetic mascara made of?
68617. What space probe disappeared on Christmas day, in what year, and what was its mission?
68618. What is the difference between a suit and a tuxedo?
68619. Which is the connection between New Zeland and Tokelau?
68620. The word bumf has come to mean any useless paperwork. But why is it called 'bumf'?
68621. Lamon Cranston is the alter ego of who?
68622. Who was the first woman to earn $1,000,000 in one year working in the United States?
68623. What is the shell of an orange called?
68624. Who was Geoffrey Crayon?
68629. In "Return of the King, Extended Edition" how does Gandalf kill Saruman?
68630. What is the difference between Windows Messenger and MSN Messenger?
68631. What are Briopacks?
68634. What does Dude like to drink in "The Big Lebowski"?
68635. Which is the latest version, Windows XP Professional or Windows Media?
68636. Which show is older, 'That's So Raven' or 'Lizzie McGuire'?
68637. What is the origin of the phrase "I'll be tickled pink"?
68639. What is Grimm's Law?
68640. Many people know that the poet Wallace Stevens actually made his living as an insurance executive; but who can name another American, son of a Civil War bandleader, who made his mark in a branch of the arts and whose quite successful day job also involved insurance? And can you tell me his wife's most appropriate first name?
68641. In finding distance using latitude and longitude, what determines whether the abbreviations S, N, E or W appear after the latitude or longitude? For example, my latitude for my town is 40 degrees 37 minutes 43.1400 seconds. How do I know if an east, west, north or south should appear after it?
68642. What 90's TV show about a man whose identity had been erased shared its name with a Beatles song?
68643. In the TV show 'Quincy, M.E.' what was Quincy?s first name?
68644. How many places has pi been calculated to?
68645. What law pertains to the tendency of work to expand so as to fill the time available for its completion?
68646. Travelling through the South of USA with robboy recently, we came across crop areas of great historical and economical importance. From these crops a number of phrases emerged that are used today. Some refer to 'life being good' from the development of this crop. Others pertain to 'living harmoniously', or 'the concept of understanding' as a juxtaposition of the term from the crop adhering to ones clothing. What is the crop, and what other industry does the same phrase derive from?
68647. Who wrote and where, "A great flame follows a little spark"?
68649. What comedy romance movies end with the song "Over the Rainbow"?
68650. What is the most popular cheese in the world?
68657. Who is the blonde in the Trace Adkin video 'One Hot Mama'? I think she is also in the video 'Chrome'.
68658. What film about World War I prominently featured Albinoni's Adagio?
68659. What, reputedly, was Napoleon's favorite color?
68660. What is the highest ambient temperature that can be tolerated by human beings?
68662. What do young emus have on their bodies that their parents don't?
68663. What channel is the Australian comedy improv TV show 'Thank God You're Here!' shown on in the United States?
68665. Is the canvas used for oil painting the same as the canvas cloth purchsed in stores?
68666. Is Luke Skywalker left or right handed?
68668. This dish dates back to the ancient Romans and has been translated into English accordingly, albeit misunderstood. Authentically southern Italian, it is also known by the type of pot it is made in. It is usually made with pork, chicory, marjoram and an obscure cheese made from mares milk. What is the name of the dish, and the cheese and can you explain the translation?
68669. What is 'Oscar', the Academy Award statuette, made from, and how tall is he?
68671. Who is the shortest reigning English monarch in history?
68672. How many people have successfully climbed to the summit of Mount Everest?
68673. Who has made the fastest descent of Mount Everest and how long did it take?
68674. During the Sars crisis which was the only country in the world to completely close its borders?
68680. What classic Christmas show was narrated by an actor best known for his roll as a movie villian, then remade and narrated by another actor known for his roll as a movie villian?
68681. In the episode of "Smallville" in which Clarke becomes influenced by Kryptonite and Chloe Sullivan dies, what is the name of the French language track that plays as Lois is in the shower, and subsequently finds the tattoo on her back?
68682. What actress's real name was Norma Jean Mortensen?
68683. Who was the oldest NBA player for the 2005-2006 season and will he still be playing for 2006-2007?
68684. In which year did ABBA win the Eurovision song contest?
68686. In 'Pulp Fiction' what is the one fact that we learn about Jules' girlfriend?
68687. Who created the Enigma machine?
68688. Who is a Dapper Dan man?
68689. In what movie is the exchange between the prosecutor and an automotive expert about the equipment used to analyze tire marks taken almost verbatim from an actual court transcript?
68690. How old is Raven from "That's So Raven"?
68692. What are the names of Miley Cyrus's siblings?
68693. Why is water clear?
68694. Is it true that one of your hands is slightly bigger than the other?
68696. Does the Toyota logo have any meaning?
68697. Who created the catch phrase, "I wonder what the poor people are doing today?"
68699. Who was the most recent Frenchman to win the Tour de France?
68700. If you're right handed, is your right or left hand and foot supposed to be bigger?
68702. Why do artists paint on canvas?
68703. What 25 letter word starts with the letter O ?
68704. What is Jodie Foster's real name?
68705. Where was Tom Cruise born?
68708. A certain illiterate Spanish conquistador was interested in them. According to mythology a girl who was in love supposedly once turned into one, although a poem by a Roman poet stated she actually turned into something much similar. What are they, who was the conquistador, and the poet, and how is a mathematical sequence incorporated with them?
68709. Who is the best-selling Canadian born musician of all time?
68710. This term, once considered pejorative, was around during the English Renaissance, and it even featured in a 'Shakespearean history', to describe someone very entertaining. A famous biologist and naturalist used the term to describe illegal inhabitants, and it was widely common around the Southern US states in reference to making alcohol. What is it, and which Shakespearean play was it used in?
68711. What was Winston Churchill?s response to Nancy Astor when she said, "If I were married to you, I?d put poison in your coffee"?
68712. What animal was sentenced to death for murder in Kenya during July, 1981?
68713. Who is the world's highest paid actress, and how much money can they demand for making a motion picture?
68716. Is it the valance number of carbon that determines its unique properties and bonding abilities?
68717. In US summer camps why is the fruit juice served to the campers in large quantity often called "bug juice"?
68718. Why is only the male Dungeness crab available at the supermarket?
68719. Is it true you can play the guitar both ways, as in use both hands?
68720. What is the source of the quotation "Against ignorance [even] the gods [themselves] strive in vain"?
68723. Who was the US president in 1892?
68724. What Knicks star, listed as 6-foot-2, caused the New York Daily News to note, "If he were really 6-2, he'd be starting for the Tampa Bay Bucs"?
68725. What does the average person in the United States eat 4.85 lbs of each year?
68726. What does "estiota skita motra" mean in Greek?
68728. What is the name of the song that was played at Jonny Kennedy's (the man whose skin fell off) funeral?
68729. Which of Barnes and Barnes CDs has the songs "I Stole Captain Kirk's Toupee" and "God Bless Gene Roddenberry" on them?
68730. Which is the smallest flowering plant?
68731. Which English doctor proved that heart pumps blood around the body?
68732. What is the equation to convert Fahrenheit into Celsius?
68733. What is the name of the largest gun, which was used by the Germans in July of 1942, that measured 141 feet long with a caliber of 31.4 inches and required a crew of 1,500?
68734. How long does it take for most people in the world to put a Rubik's Cube together?
68736. What's a marder?
68737. If you were to spell out numbers, how far would you have to go until you would find the letter "A"?
68738. What island nation is smallest in area?
68739. Who were the three prominent people, allies to the U.S. during World War II, that shared the same great-grandmother?
68740. What was the name of Old Yeller's mate?
68741. Hiram Bingham, who re-discovered Macchu Picchu, was once governor of what state?
68742. What year was Sonny Sandoval's daughter, Nevaeh, born?
68743. Who was the first husband of Dorothea Brooke?
68744. What was the very first CD in the world?
68745. What does CD mean?
68746. What was the very first Disney Channel show?
68747. What value should the blood pressure be to feel safe?
68749. What does the code "H1" mean on a Pentax IQZoom point and shoot camera?
68750. What artist has the most US Top 40 hits without ever reaching number one?
68751. Of all the countries home to Tour de France winners, which three have only won once?
68752. What commodity uses more ocean cargo containers than any other?
68753. What does John Belushi spit out of his mouth in the movie 'Animal House'?
68754. What is a skittle room?
68757. One of the great cities of the ancient world, offering one of the "Wonders" of the world, is today the scene of a major championship at which spectators must take care to stay out of the way of certain, um, byproducts. What is this interesting contest, and where does it does take place?
68758. Originating during a Revolution with two alternate and unusual names, they were once made from materials such as paper or ceramics, but also lice. Another type was named after a protege of a Soviet leader. What is it, and which fruit is it also named after?
68759. If you are in a submarine and have to go to the bathroom, where does the waste go afterward?
68760. What is the deepest cave or mine in the world that an ordinary tourist can visit?
68761. Which zip code in the United States has the most registered motorcycles?
68762. How many openings do echinoderms and colenterates have to their digestive tracts?
68763. Does anybody know of a poem about an albatross and a ship?
68764. According to one particular culture they have to be kept hidden and later burnt. Some even have a certain American President and a well known blonde actress adorning them. What are they, and why wouldn't one like to receive them as a gift?
68765. What is the shortest title for a song that went number one in the United States?
68766. What kind of wood was Pinocchio made of?
68768. How much space dust falls onto the earth each day?
68769. Which fruit has the most calories per serving?
68770. Is Kermit the Frog left handed or right handed?
68775. I have heard multiple pronunciations for Gollum's name. Is it pronounced "Goll-um" or "Goll-oom"?
68778. The world's heaviest lemon weighed 11 lb 9.7 oz and was grown by Aharon Shemoel on his farm in what country?
68779. What influential American writer published 'Transatlantic Sketches', 'A Passionate Pilgrim', and 'Roderick Hudson' in 1875?
68780. What male tennis player won Australian Open in 1995?
68782. When Bobby Thompson hit the now famous home run, who was on base?
68785. Who was the producer that insisted Aretha Franklin, after leaving Columbia records, record her first single "I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)" at Muscle Shoals in Alabama with esteemed Southern R&B musicians?
68786. What is Micky Dolenz?s whole name?
68787. What was done to Mussolini at his death?
68788. What was the name of the mare the boys tried to ride in the beginning of "The Cowboys"?
68789. How do trees get made into paper?
68792. What does SPF stand for on suntan lotion bottles and how does it protect us from the sun?
68793. What is "the" in German?
68794. Who is famous for the quote, "The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated"?
68795. In one of Mark Twain's novels, the main character has a child named Hello Central. What book, character, and what was the source of the name?
68796. Does DNA stand for anything?
68799. Anthony Kiedis and band-mate Flea came up with the name Red Hot Chili Peppers as an homage to jazz bands such as Louis Armstrong's band "The Red Hot Five" and what 70's band?
68800. What is the difference between a blazer and a sports jacket?
68801. What parts of an animal does suede and leather come from?
68802. What is Lemony Snicket's real name?
68803. What was the first childrens book ever published?
68804. In what years did cavemen live?
68805. What amusement park has the most roller coasters?
What was David Bowie?s real last name before he changed it in 1966?
68807. What was Whity Lockman's jersey number?
68808. What position did Whity Lockman play?
68810. How small is an atom?
68811. Is it possible to find out what your PSAT scores were without looking at the official results paper (after, for instance, losing that paper)?
68812. What does an atom look like?
68813. How many openings to the digestive tract do annelids and mollucans have?
68814. What is the stiffest ever penalty given to any European football team?
68815. What is the origin of the term "redneck"?
68816. How does Hannah Montana keep her wig on?
68818. Why do some elements, like iron, have more than one valance number?
68819. Who became the third player in NBA history to score 30,000 points, during the 1999-2000 season?
68820. Who is the theoretical physicist, born in Würzburg, SC Germany, that formulated the revolutionary Uncertainty Principle in 1927?
68822. Did Thomas Crapper really invent the flushing toilet?
68824. What did Aristotle identify as the main characteristics a character had to possess to be deemed a 'tragic hero'?
68825. If the sun is supposedly burning then what is it burning?
68827. Can anyone tell me the name of a children's TV show in the UK where a boy could freeze time by clicking his stopwatch? It's driving me mad.
68828. What is the origin of Plato's theory about the lost city of Atlantis?
68829. What is Cowboy Troy?s real name?
68830. What is the name of the closest planetary nebula to the Earth, which is around 450 light years away?
68831. Whose death led to the "warlord era" in China?
68834. Why do people call ghost towns "ghost towns"?
68835. In what year were hurricanes first named, and what was the first name used?
68836. Which Looney Toons character said, "Breathe stupid, breathe! You forgot to breathe"?
68837. How many forensic pathologists are there in the United States?
68838. Who is the reigning King of Blue Collar Comedy?
68839. Does Miss Piggy have siblings?
68840. What is Alaska?s largest lake?
68841. Is it true that Madonna went on Letterman and wouldn't get out of the chair for the whole show?
68844. Nick Stahl plays what Carnivale character?
68845. Who is the comedian with the first name "Bryan" or "Brian" or "Bryon"? Maybe "Take Luck" will help ring a bell.
68846. Are French fries/hot chips vegetables, since they come from potatoes?
68847. Is there a Catholic cathedral in Norway?
68848. I was told by a church history enthusiast today that when the Roman Emperor Constantine allowed Christianity in Rome, he said Christians should worship in existing buildings. Which begs the question:
When and where was the first purpose-built Christian church erected?
68850. What is the name of Wales' smallest cathedral city?
68854. Was Gollum the oldest Hobbit ever to live?
68857. If you believe that an imposter is pretending to be your Aunt Tillie, from what rare disorder, named for a French psychiatrist, are you suffering?
68858. Why does it take many years for a tree to be fully grown?
68859. Who created the very first potato?
68860. Who created the pizza restaurant "Dominos"?
68861. How is a watermark made, e.g. on money?
68862. This kind of change only happens in the United States. It happens once every 25 years and it happened this year. What is it?
68863. World wide, what was the best selling album of the 1960s?
68864. Which classic rocker owns and operates his own vintage airplane?
68865. Which classic rock group has three songs currently being used on American television shows?
68866. Which classic rock group had a member with the last name "Perfect"?
68867. What is a fear of dust known as?
68870. Why are the letters on a QWERTY keyboard arranged in that order?
68871. Besides "Spirit in the Sky" has any song gone number one three times by three different artists?
68872. Which countries have national anthems that do not mention the name of the country in any form?
68873. On June 4, 1979, Yoshinoya opened its first restaurant in Los Angeles. Where is that restaurant located in Los Angeles?
68874. Which has more members, Xanga or Myspace?
68876. Can babies see things we can't?
68877. Who made the first mirrors?
68880. JFK stands for John Fitzgerald Kennedy, but why do people call him 'Jack'?
68881. Who is the first Asian Chess Grandmaster?
68882. What is the name of the Rob Zombie album released in 1985?
68883. Can real gold rust?
68884. Levon Helm of The Band was born on May 26th of what year?
68885. Who was the president of the German Republic that appointed Hitler as chancellor in 1933?
68886. Who holds the record for the world?s longest female legs, when at the age of 17 her legs measured 49.75 inches?
68887. What golfer won The Masters in 2001?
68888. What is the origin of the word "smithereens" as in the saying, "blasted to smithereens"?
68890. For how long does an eel's heart beat after the eel has been beheaded?
68891. What album did Kenny G. release in October of 1993?
68892. Which bandmember sang and wrote most of the songs for Creedence Clearwater Revival?
68893. What was the name of the elephant sketched numerous times by Rembrandt?
68894. How does water come out of your eye when you cry?
68895. Which 80's band had an eagle and a sparrow in it?
68896. Are there any actors or actresses that first appeared in theaters in the "Lord of the Rings" films?
68897. Is there any evidence to suggest Hitler's neice was pregnant when she was murdered/commited suicide?
68898. I have just read two artciles about Hitler. The first said that at the time of his death Hitler appeared to be showing symptoms of syphilis while the second said that the evidence suggests that Hitler never had any sexual relations. Which article is more likely to be correct or is there any way both can be correct?
68899. Who is a relative to FDR and Winston Churchill, and also was a prominent person during World War II?
68900. What fictional character is named after a model of car?
68901. Does anyone know who owns Sydney Harbour Casino?
68902. When will the "Midnight for Charlie Bone" movie come out?
68903. Who lived at Dove Cottage?
68904. How many years was the Merkur available in the US?
68906. What was the "Twinkie Defense"?
68908. I'm reading Stephen Hawking's "A Briefer History of Time". In it he says that antiparticles can be thought of as regular particles going back in time. Assuming that's true, it logically follows that antiparticles should have antigravity instead of gravity. Do they?
68909. Was Mary Magdalene really a prostitute?
68910. During his lifetime, how many times did John F. Kennedy have last rites administered?
68911. What is the oldest profession?
68912. Is there any oxbow lake located in California?
68914. Versions of this edifying speleological myth appear in various Christian writings and also in the Qur'an. Described in the work of a French bishop and historian, the story later shows up in a poem by one of the great Metaphysicals and, even later, in a real snorer of a tale by a major figure of 19th-century American literature who was, perhaps, partly inspired by it. What is it, and why am I posting this question today?
68915. What culture is featured in the game 'Nancy Drew: Secret of the Scarlet Hand'?
68916. How many more Junie B. Jones books will Barbara Park write?
68917. What is water and aqua alike?
68918. How do fishes communicate with each other?
68919. How thin is the average human's layer of skin? And how close is it to the bloodstream that it can make you bleed whenever the skin is punctured?
68920. During the 17th century she posed for a great Dutch painter whose famous piece hangs in the Rijksmuseum. Known for her intelligence, she travelled extensively and upon her death it is said that an Italian printmaker (who mingled closely with a famous Italian statesman) drew her dead body. Who is this model, and the two artists?
68921. In which episode of "CSI: NY" did Vanessa Ferlito's character get fired from the show, and in which episode was her character killed?
68922. What's the difference between shampoo and conditioner?
68923. In the profession of brick masonry, what exactly is a master mason?
68924. On most TV shows they list credits. Why do they need so many different types of producers?
68925. Is that Jason Behr in the new Hummer comercial; the one where a guy is at the cashier and the lady is scanning tofu and the guy buying groceries looks at the guy's behind him and sees all this meat, then at his "girly food", and then the back of a magazine with a Hummer ad and at the end of the commercial it says "Revive your manhood"?
68927. George Clooney wasn't the original choice to play Bob Barnes in the political thriller 'Syriana.' Who was?
68928. Who wrote the song "Private Dancer" for Tina Turner?
68929. How is it possible for an element to lose a proton?
68930. How old was Peter Gabriel when he formed Genesis?
68931. Which is the most consumed species of "clam" in the United States, or the world?
68932. Who sang the song in the 80s that went "pop, pop music, everybody let's talk about pop, pop, pop, pop music"?
68933. What does the computer security question mean when it forwarns of displaying secure and non secure items?
68934. Was Marvin Gaye, Sr. prosecuted for killing his son Marvin Gaye in 1984?
68935. Who holds the record for the largest four-leaf clover collection after single-handedly collecting 72,927 four-leaf clovers from the fields within prison grounds in Pennsylvania, USA?
68936. What American writer and poet published ?Leaves of Grass? in 1855?
68937. The American fashion magazine Harper's Bazar was first published on 1 Nov 1867. When did it change its name to Harper's Bazaar?
68938. What was the Clampetts' address in Beverley Hills?
68939. Which city is the setting for the television show "Law and Order: Criminal Intent"?
68940. Where is the comedy "The New Adventures of Old Christine" set?
68942. I am doing some trivia, having trouble with this one. What does "Stupid mother of a stupid daughter" refer to?
68943. What famous sixties musician played saxophone in Foreigner?s ?Urgent??
68944. Buddy Jewell entered a singing contest sponsored by what famous band?
68945. How long has the country singer LeAnn Rimes been singing, and what were her first and second albums?
68946. What did Walter Elias Disney die of?
68947. How do sea animals survive with trash in the ocean when people litter?
68948. In 'Final Destination' how does Alex die? I've watched it a number of times trying to figure out how he dies.
68949. Who was the Earl of Thomond, and what was his connection to controversy over poetry?
68951. Why do some people turn red after drinking beer?
68952. What is the meaning of the term "riff off"?
68953. In the "Singing in the Rain" sequence in the film what cigarettes can be seen advertised?
68954. Who claimed that she wasn't in the cabinet because she told the Prime Minister she "wasn't interested in cricket"?
68955. How did The Who's "Teenage Wasteland" also become known as "Baba O'Riley"?
68956. For all of you British QI fans, this is a two hunder point question. What is the chemical reaction for an explosion in a custard factory? Hint: It involves the oxidisation of glucose.
68957. Which country?s inhabitants are the only nationality with a palindromic name?
68958. What name for a head of government was originally used as a term of abuse?
68959. What is the name of the midget guy from 'The Benchwarmers' movie?
68960. What is put into or left out of No Tears Shampoo to prevent tears?
68961. Which writer?s vocal chords were seriously injured by a sniper?s bullet in Huesca, Spain, causing his voice to become low, hoarse, and permanently toneless, sounding ?like a gate swinging on a rusty hinge??
68962. As a verb it means to retrieve, as a noun it means an apparition, and as an adjective (with the suffix ing) it means attractive. What is this word?
68964. What is the Morrill Land-Grant Act, and what President approved it?
68965. What is the difference between a symphony orchestra and a philharmonic one?
68966. What is an obsolete word for a person who sits and stares at activity on a canal?
68967. How many hours of sleep should children have each night and does it vary by age?
68968. At the beginning of the movie "Pink Floyd's The Wall", what famous baseball player can be seen on a large billboard advertisement?
68969. What saint(s) was without question a former prostitute?
68971. In England what were common jobs that were held in middle of the 1800's?
68972. What was Shakespeare's bloodiest play?
68973. What is the power level of Frieza when he's in his last form and what was the power level of Goku when he became Super Saiyan 1 and defeated Frieza?
68974. On the reality TV show "The Girls Next Door" what is Holly's pet name for Hef?
68975. What's the meaning of "Sri Lanka"?
68976. In real life, why did Kristen Herria quit being Dana on 'Zoey 101'?
68977. How does the printer know what to print off the computer?
68978. What is the most eaten cereal?
68979. In 1944, what was the first German city to be occupied by the Allies in World War II?
68980. What does "dumb luck" mean?
68981. What footballer has the distinction of playing for the most European clubs?
68982. What do you call the kind of science project that is displayed in a sideways box?
68983. Where is the river Alph?
68984. Does anyone know which 1996 tennis tournament saw the debut of a fluorescent ball?
68985. How old did the Biblical character Methuselah live to be?
68987. Who said "Tallulah Bankhead is a marvellous female impersonator"?
68988. In standard English what do these US slang terms mean - Hyde Park, Baggage Room, African Skyscraper and Throat Latch?
68989. Who is Howard Garns?
68990. What major company was originally named Ishibashi and in a way still is?
68991. What is the difference between summer squash and winter squash?
68993. Which 19th/20th century Nobel prize winner can have the first letter of his surname changed to that of a 19th/20th century impressionist painter and etcher ?
68994. Who first invented Root Beer and for what purpose?
68995. How many standard sized cigarettes may one person take out of Hungary, based on the fact that they have duty free and are a new member of the European Union?
68996. What is an orange peel in relation to music?
68998. Which "Homicide: Life On The Street" character proved so popular that he was transferred to a different show when "Homicide" was cancelled?
68999. Under standard Monopoly rules, what is the most amount of money a player can lose in a single turn?