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Questions From Oct 16 00
7001. What is the first US movie to receive a PG-13 rating?
7002. What do Oldman, Lee, and Lugosi have in common?
7003. Halloween came from what Celtic celebration?
7014. How many upsets have there been in the history of the Super Bowl and what were they?
7015. What was added to the penny in 1859?
7017. Is Popeye missing his left or right eye?
7018. What firm employed TV's Herman Munster?
7019. What is the world's most widely cultivated plant?
7020. What do you call the space between adjacent teeth of a saw?
7024. What is Mr. Magoo's first name?
7029. How many eyes does a spider have?
7036. Which American presidents are on American money?
7038. What actor was the first to refuse the Academy Award for Best Actor?
7043. What happens when there is a tie in the electoral college and no candidate wins a majority of the electoral votes?
7044. In what city was the world's first subway opened?
7046. What makes white gold white, and yellow gold yellow?
7050. Who was the first US president to own an automobile?
7052. Which US president owned the last presidential cow?
7053. Who is the only US president to receive a patent?
7067. What was the name of the cat at a Scottish distillery who holds the world record for catching over 28,000 mice?
7069. What word has the most definitions?
7070. What star has the measurements 27-20-32?
7073. On May 27, 2000 nearly 100 cartoonists paid tribute in their comic strips to whom?
7076. What was the top selling album in 1999?
7079. Is Marilyn Manson really the guy who played Paul on the sitcom 'The Wonder Years?'
7080. How long does it take fingernails to grow?
7082. Most languages are named for the people who speak it, English is named for the Angles, French for the Franks. For whom is Latin named?
7085. Who is the only US president who never attended school?
7086. Who was the first US president born in a hospital?
7092. What is the tallest building in the world?
7096. How many languages are spoken on Earth today?
7098. Why were blue, yellow, black, green, and red chosen for the colors of the Olympic rings?
7099. In what year was women's gymnastics first introduced to the Olympic games?
7100. In what year did baseball become an Olympic event?
7104. What is the highest volcano in the solar system?
7105. What is the largest constellation?
7110. What was the sister ship of the Olympic?
7112. What was Robert De Niro's first Academy Award for?
7119. Which city is farther north, New York City or Tokyo?
7120. What film ends with the line "I was cured all right?"
7134. What is the most frequently used vowel in the English language?
7139. How many noggins are there in a pint?
7140. Where is the 'key' on the basketball court?
7144. In what country does a black cat crossing your path mean good luck?
7148. Why is Toronto called 'Hogtown?'
7151. I just passed a building with the words 'Masonic Temple' on the outside. Is this a real temple or just a meeting place for Masons?
7152. As mentioned in a recent commercial, what is Apple Pan Dowdy?
7157. What is the real name of the lady in the commercial who says "I've fallen and I can't get up?"
7160. How many bones are there in the human skeleton?
7163. What was the name of the goldfish in 'Pinocchio'?
7164. Do bears have belly buttons?
7165. Why is it when I look into a spoon, my reflection is upside down?
7166. The 1958 World's Fair was held in what European city?
7167. What was the shortest war fought in United Sstates history?
7168. Who was appointed commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolution?
7169. Who is the god of Islam?
7170. Who was the first human king of Israel?
7172. What is the light sensitive layer of the eye that detects the image and transmits it to the brain?
7183. On what TV program was Tom D'Andrea a regular?
7185. What is the name given to the fear of being robbed?
7187. Could Hermann Goering speak English?
7188. Which of the 48 states was the last to declare Christmas a legal holiday?
7189. What is the biggest selling Christmas song of all time?
7190. What city name do the states Kentucky, Indiana, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, and Georgia have in common?
7194. What was the name of the maid for the Jetsons?
7195. In what Florida city was 'I Dream of Jeannie' set?
7199. In 'Back to School' what dive does Rodney Dangerfield use to win the diving competition?
7200. On 'Seinfeld' who was the 'second spitter' on the gravelly road?
7207. Who was the first US president to ride a train?
7219. Which country has recently declared Bermuda shorts to be acceptable dress in the halls of parliament: Britain, Netherlands, Denmark or Costa Rica?
7225. What Paul McCartney album cover did actor James Coburn appear on?
7226. What was the first magazine to publish a hologram on its cover?
7230. What was the name of Ralph Kramden's bowling team on 'The Honeymooners?'
7231. What is the origin of the phrase, "Let the cat out of the bag"?
7232. What is the world's largest hotel?
7233. What is the smallest fish in the world?
7236. Who was the star of 'Have Gun, Will Travel'?
7242. How many former US presidents aren't buried in the United States?
7246. Which baseball team manager got fired so many times it became a joke on beer commercials?
7248. What do Mc and Mac mean when used in surnames?
7249. How do I clean brass with ketchup?
7254. Who invented the flushing toilet?
7259. Which of the 48 contiguous states was the last to declare Christmas a legal holiday?
7260. Where do bats normally live?
7264. What year was the aspirin invented by Charles Gerhardt?
7265. What year did Eadweard Muybridge invent the motion picture?
7266. What year did Maria Allen invent diapers?
7267. Is Jell-O really made of crushed up animal bones?
7269. Is the actress Bridget Fonda related to any of the other Fondas, Henry or Jane, and if so, what is the relation?
7270. Which United States president is on the dime?
7272. Who was Lady Jane Grey?
7278. What city has a district called Elephant and Castle?
7279. On what TV program was there a character named Dick Grayson?
7282. What is the largest meteorite to ever hit Earth?
7285. What common household liquid will melt pearls?
7286. He was a band leader who married his band's singer, a star quarterback at Rutgers University, a trailblazing radio star, an early television icon, and eventually the father of a Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famer! Who is this guy?
7287. What is the state dog of Connecticut?
7292. Which future US president signed the Declaration of Independence?
7295. What US president never carried his home county in four presidential campaigns?
7301. How did the word 'robot' become part of the English language?
7304. What two high school football teams played a game at Soldier Field in Chicago in the late 1920's or early 30's with 120,000 fans in attendance?
7305. Hypothetically speaking, can the naked ear hear sound in space?
7306. What is the name of Little Orphan Annie's dog?
7307. In which state is the city or town of Bristol that the Dovells sang about in their hit record 'Bristol Stomp' in 1961?
7316. What state consumes the most beer in America?
7324. Where did the Jack-O-Lantern get its name?
7329. On 'The Simpsons' how old is Ned Flanders?
7335. What are three forms that water occurs in?
7336. What is the only substance found naturally on Earth in three forms?
7337. Does water regulate the earth's temperature?
7339. How long can a person live without water?
7340. How much water must a person consume per day to maintain good health?
7343. Are there any ways to attract ladybugs such as a certain color, flower or scent?
7344. What is the Soup Nazi's real name, for all you Seinfeld trivia fans?
7345. What US states' names are of French origin?
7346. What was the longest tennis match ever?
7348. Can cats learn tricks?
7350. On which Caribbean island was celebrating Christmas banned until 1998?
7351. In 1647 the English parliament passed a law relating to Christmas. What was this law?
7352. What is a collection of pigs called?
7353. Who paid three thousand pounds to save a turkey from the Christmas table in December, 1995?
7354. What entertainer's real name is Ernest Evans?
7355. What is the parenthetical title of the hit song 'We Don't Need Another Hero'?
7359. A hexagon has how many number of diagonals?
7360. What was the big deformed brother's name in the movie 'Goonies'?
7363. Before it was released 'Return of the Jedi' had a slightly different working title. What was it?
7374. If soldiers have statues made of them sitting on a horse, the horse's position supposedly tells how they died. If the horse's front legs are both up, they died a certain way, if one of its front legs is up, they died another way, and if all four legs are on the ground they died another way. What are the three ways?
7375. Which US president had the most siblings?
7379. What was first marketed as Gayetty's medicated paper?
7381. What were the three Oscar nominated songs that Belle sang in 'Beauty and the Beast?'
7387. What was the top selling toy for boys in 1988?
7388. I heard somewhere that poinsettias emit a chemical that causes depression but I can't find that information anywhere. Any suggestions?
7391. What family is the almond from?
7394. How many rings does Saturn have?
7396. What was the name of President Truman's dog?
7399. What was the last name of Jennifer in a song that Donovan had on the charts in 1968?
7400. Where does the Queen spend Christmas?
7406. In which country was the world's largest Christmas cracker made and pulled?
7410. How long does a cat carry a litter?
7412. What make of car was Tim Horton, the Buffalo Sabres hockey player, driving in his fatal car accident of February 21, 1974?
7414. What sport is played in the Budweiser Three-on-Three Challenge?
7416. When was the first US census taken?
7417. What US president kept sheep at the White House?
7418. What is the minimum age required to be president of the United States?
7420. Surprisingly, the oldest lighthouse is still in use in which country: Canada, England, Norway, or Spain?
7422. Tight girdles, obesity, and laying in one position for too long may all lead to which of these: bedsores, loss of range of motion in joints, jock itch, or deep vein thrombosis (blood clot)?
7425. With regards to mammals, what is the only member of its order?
7426. In the cigar industry, what is a torcedor and what is a zafador?
7435. Where was the escalator first introduced to the public?
7442. The slogan "Tippicanoe and Tyler, too" was used to promote which vice presidential candidate?
7445. What does the term 'Dane' mean?
7460. How much skin does a person have?
7465. Who was the first baby that was born at the White House?
7466. What is the name of the city in the title of Elton John's number one song in April, 1975?
7468. Who is the famous dead musician who achieved fame as a teenager, never had a driver's license and who's father died when he was young?
7470. How many holes are there in a Saltine cracker?
7475. Who said "My career has been like the migrating woodcock, you've got all the shooters and storms trying to whack you down, but in the end you just want to get to new fields?"
7476. Where does the word 'Halloween' come from?
7483. The recording group MFSB had a number one song called 'TSOP' in 1974. What did the letters MFSB and TSOP stand for?
7484. How many nautical miles are there in one degree of longitude at the equator?
7485. Who was the first person inducted in the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame?
7486. By what nickname is Edward Teach better known?
7487. What are the two most popular selling spices in the world?
7488. What ornament adorns Wonder Woman's tiara?
7489. Who is the new speaker of the House of Commons?
7492. What is Mrs. Santa Claus' first name?
7493. What was the name of the elf in 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer' that pulled out the Abominable Snowman's teeth?
7495. Which character is the most performed horror villain in motion picture history?