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Questions From Jan 25 07
75002. The first official staging of this colorful celebration took place in a year and a city of great patriotic significance in the U.S., and it is still among that city's most famous holiday traditions. Much influenced by customs borrowed from the U.K. and Scandinavia, the event has often been compared with another that takes place later in the year in another U.S. urban center. What is it?
75004. A current vocabulary event: In reference to criticism of his boss's policies, the Vice President of the United States has just recently used a colloquial word referring to porcine diet. What was it, and can you pinpoint the date of earliest use?
75005. Which mythical flightless bird has a skin that is made into a musical instrument and lays eggs that have a meaty coating?
75007. In American folklore, who worked at the Cross-Eyed Ranch? Pecos Bill?
75009. How many UK tours have Westlife sold out?
75010. Where did the Indian live and find jobs in Britain after they moved from South Africa?
75011. Who were all of the guest stars on Fall Out Boy's video for "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race"?
75012. Which capital (Country/state) has the most letters in it?
75013. I am remembering this movie from when I was young about an artsit who lived in this enchanted forest and there was this magical tree. I think it's called An Enchanted Forest, but I can't find it anywhere. Can anyone help me?
75014. What is energy?
75016. What are idioms?
75017. What is the longest Shakespeare poem?
75018. What foods are truly blue?
75019. Why is mangosteen not allowed to be imported into the UK?
75020. In the video for Nickelback's song "Far Away" what event forces the male lead to abruptly leave?
75021. I read somewhere that Jessica Simpson has a high IQ which qualifies her as a member of MENSA. Is that true?
75022. Who had Walter Payton?s all-time rushing record within his grasp when he abruptly retired in 1999?
75023. To punish a rebellious city for killing one of his administrators, an Austrian emperor allegedly ordered that town to for ever keep swans on its canals and lakes. What's the name of that now very touristic city in Europe, of the poetic-minded Emperor and of the "swan-like" administrator?
75024. With what title did Gene Autry start billing himself over radio station KVOO in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1930?
75025. Who went from writing about the exploitation of women in 'Backlash' to the exploitation of men in 'Stiffed'?
75028. Why is the mangosteen 'King of Fruits'?
75029. What was the ancient name of the land between the Tigris and the Euphrates and what is it called now?
75030. What is the name of the child actor from the 1980s who is most remembered from a coming of age film "The Last American Virgin" who has two siblings who are now known also - a sister who founded a modern 'burlesque' troupe, and a brother featured in a reality series on Bravo. Who are the brother and sister also?
75031. According to an interview in Newsweek magazine, what movie does Steven Spielberg consider the biggest crying movie of all time?
75033. Who invented the word "carport"?
75034. In the 1973 movie "Sleeper, Woody Allen plays Miles Monroe, a health food store owner who is cryogenically frozen and defrosted 200 years later. Among the gizmos of Mile's new world is a mechanical dog. What is the dog's name?
75035. Which was the last major battle that the British and Commonwealth fought without the Americans during World War Two?
75036. What treaty was signed to end the Korean War?
75038. Who was the German writer, and to some extent also composer, who in homage to Mozart always used
the name Amadeus as the third element of his penname rather than his real third name Wilhelm?
75040. What brand of coffee did Jim Henson's Muppets advertise in commercials during the 60's?
75041. Who are the only two people on Hollywood's Walk of Fame with a tribute in their name and also their character's name?
75045. In "Lost" season 2, what's the title of the book that John Locke gave one of The Others in the 15th episode?
75046. What is the metal flap over a drinking fountain's "nozzle" for?
75047. Who became president of the Marx Brothers when they incorporated in 1933?
75048. Although this 'dish' has been banned by authorities in its home country, locals strive on selling it illegally. Its name translates to something that has decomposed, and its appearance is described as something that is 'crying' by the local language. A major New York daily newspaper once described this item as something that burns and represents smelly slop. What is it, and who (or what) are the added extras you get for free?
75049. It lasts under five minutes, is divided into three parts, and might have been inspired by some unusually minimalist work by a certain famous artist. The only instruction given the participants is a word in a dead language demanding silence. What is it, by what artist was the creator influenced, and why was someone accused of plagiarizing this work?
75052. Who wrote the play called 'Vortigern'?
75053. Which plant was called 'Grapes of Gall'?
75054. When Alaric, King of the Visigoths, defeated the Romans, which spice did he demand 1 tonne of?
75056. Which animal is known locally as a 'blue cow', but scientifically as an 'ox-deer-male goat-camel' (and it isn't really any one of them!)?
75057. Which is the first book in which Hogswatchnight appears, and has it been televised? (Beware traps....)
75058. What European nation was the first to require its Jewish citizens to have surnames?
75059. Alaska has the northernmost, westernmost and easternmost points in the United States. Which are these points?
75060. What is the northernmost point in Europe?
75061. What is the southernmost point in Asia?
75062. What is the northernmost point in Oceania?
75063. In Sikh and some other Indian names many end in 'inder' (eg Satvinder, Narinder, Jaswinder.) What does the suffix mean?
75064. Who sings the theme song for the show "Code Lyoko"?
75066. How did the Pilgrim's celebrate New Year's day?
75067. Ann-Margret costarred with Elvis in which 1964 race car romance?
75068. Has anyone ever made a lacrosse video game?
75069. What are the names of the songs in the trailer for 'Catch and Release'?
75070. Besides Citrus, what other natural foods have Vitamin C?
75071. How did Alexander the Great die?
75072. In January, 1992, a wave knocked a container off a ship bound for the United States from Hong Kong. What was in the container?
75073. What was the last part of the United States to be invaded and occupied by enemy forces, and who was that enemy?
75074. According to Thomas Cook in May, 2006, you could travel 38 miles in Britain for £10.00. In Portugal it was 142 miles. How far could you travel in Latvia for the same amount of money?
75077. In the 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning' how did Leatherface get to the car before Crissy?
75078. Why, in some countries, do they say Happy Christmas, while in other countries the expression is Merry Christmas?
75082. Written by someone much better known for classic American narratives, this short but moving novel took its title from Shakespeare. The setting is unspecified but suggestive of a region in Scandinavia, and the novel was illegally published in one country during a major war. What is it, what publishing house produced that contraband edition, and can you give me the citation (play, act, and scene) for the title?
75083. In chemistry, why is nitrogen not very reactive?
75084. If they could leap that high and far, could you slamdunk for three points?
75085. Does anyone know the name of a movie about two groups of boys, one a bullying gang, where a boy saves the life of another in the cesspool of a water tower? I saw it about 15 years ago and can't recall the name.
75087. How many babies do you think were born on July 9, 1987?
75088. What Disney Movie was released the exact same day as 'The Land Before Time'?
75089. Western movie question, What is the name of this movie? I can only remember one scene from when I was little and watching it late night w/ my dad. These dozen or so convicts (I think) were recruited to do some mission. They were crossing a rope bridge and one guy falls off but he doesn't scream as he had been trained. Earlier in training someone had fallen and screamed all the way down. The instructor said that they shouldn't make noise which might give away their position. This movie must have made an impression on me at age 9+/- back in '76. Please help. Thanks.
75090. Have any Chinese actors or actresses been nominated for an Oscar?
75091. How did René Descartes solve his "other minds" paradox?
75092. What is the oldest known chess set?
75093. What is the difference between an LCD and a Plasma TV screen?
75094. Some people have a habit of talking with themselves. What is that called and why do they do so?
75096. In the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, Ayrton Senna died during the race. Who died while qualifying?
75097. In 'Back to the Future' how many gigawatts of electricity will it take to spark the time machine and get Marty McFly home?
75098. What state's nickname comes from early lead miners who lived in their mining holes?
75100. Nelly Furtado is of Canadian and what decent?
75101. How many people completed the English Channel swim before David Walliams?
75102. Who created the first flag in ancient history?
75103. Out of the ten largest lakes in Western Europe, which one is not in Scandinavia?
75104. At Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California, there is a large brick and glass building that faces the main studio gate that adds 'character' to the area. Across the south face of the building, what Disney characters (in stone) appear to be holding up the building's roof?
75105. What does the name Brigitta mean?
75106. Director Ed Wood served in the US Marines and fought at the invasion of Tarawa. He later admitted that the thought of being wounded scared him more than the thought of dying. Why?
75107. Which president was known as "the Gentleman Boss" and why was he called that?
75108. What title character of Disney fame has the fewest lines of dialogue through the entire movie, second only to Dumbo who had none at all?
75109. Which countries sent troops to Iraq in 2003, and which countries still have troops there as of January 2007?
75110. Which composer wrote the most operas?
75112. What is the name of an early 17th century instrument with 37 strings?
75114. In which Eurobasket qualification game, Cyprus was left with only one player on the court because of fouls?
75115. Were Gene Kelly and Grace Kelly related?
75117. If you exclude Antarctica and all islands, what is the most remote point in the world? That is, the point with the longest distance to the nearest habitation?
75119. In Christina Aguilera?s new video for the song ?Hurt?, what is at the end of the necklace that her father gives her?
75120. What child star was Lindsay Lohan?s roommate when she moved to Los Angeles?
75121. In terms of population, what is the fastest growing city in the world?
75122. An amortization period is that period of time over which a calculated mortgage payment will fully repay a set loan amount at a set what?
75123. What are you called if you were born in Edinburgh?
75126. What is meant by the baseball term "a fielder's choice"?
75127. What three-word term was coined to describe the ?four wide receiver ? no tight end? offense Jerry Glanville gave the Oilers in 1986?
75128. Hip-hop producer Dr. Dre has a mixing credit on which NIN song?
75129. In KT Tunstall's video for her song 'Suddenly I See' what is the big number above KT painted on the train?
75130. Is Dean Cain married and what did he do before being an actor?
75131. What celestial body was no longer visible when Magellan crossed the equator in 1519, causing his crew to freak out?
75132. After seeing her "Opposites Attract" video, who met Paula Abdul every week for tea up until his death?
75133. Who does the voice of the "Roaming Gnome" in those Travelocity ads?
75134. What was Erica Kane's third hubby miffed to learn she was taking 1979?
75137. Estella Warren attended what Collegiate Institute in Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario, Canada?
75138. Who was the brother of Napoleon the Great, who, when appointed ruler of the Netherlands, tried to address his subjects in their own language, but unfortunately enough called himself "Rabbit of Olland"?
75139. Who composed the first ever violin concerto and when?
75140. What do Crosby, Stills, and Nash want to have carry them away in the song 'Wasted on the Way'?
75141. How many times has the Prince of Wales visited the United States?
75142. What is nata de coco?
75143. What words in the English dictionary end in the letter B, and what does syllabub mean?
75144. On the TV Show Hawaii Five-O, who told Dano to "Book 'em!"?
75147. In what and when was the earliest use of the bass clarinet?
75148. How many films did Jack Lemmom and Walter Matthau appear together in and what are the films' names?
75150. In the Red Hot Chili Peppers video for Snow [Hey Oh], what ?sign? does the person seen through the door give?
75152. What's "wrong" with koala bears, fireflies, prairie oysters, peanuts and guinea pigs?
75153. How and why does the colour of copper carbonate change when it is heated?
75154. Which Queen of England, did, as a Queen, never set foot on English soil?
75155. Who was England's smallest queen, and (of course) how tall was she (and her husband too while we're at it)?
75156. In what city were the Goo Goo Dolls formed in 1985?
75157. Why do some electric plugs have three "prongs" while others have two?
75158. Who was the famous Chinese poet and notorious drunkard who found death when trying to kiss the moon?
75159. What is the whole story of the Ming Dynasty Astronaut?
75160. What is a crusty cur, where did it originate and in what year?
75161. How many times does the Genie in the movie 'Aladdin' transform into other Disney characters?
75162. In what year was the world's very first animated film made, by whom and what was the title?
75164. This culturally-influential woman was born into a high-status family but didn't acquire the tools and the knowledge that made her famous until her adulterous liaison was interrupted by war and sent her scrambling to a variety of Mediterranean locales. Later, while trying to give advice to British housewives, she recommended ingredients that were so scarce that she had to suggest seeking them in pharmacies. Who was she, and what item did she recommend that her followers could find in Boots?
75165. How many companies are members of the work and careers directory?
75166. Who invented french fries?
75167. What does the Catholic Church consider mortal sins? Venial sins?
75168. How many years was the original 'Star Trek' series on TV?
75169. In Super Bowl XXXII, each member of the winning team received how much money?
75170. Which woman was known as "Lady Newton"?
75171. What is the name of the song that plays in the GEICO commercial where the caveman is in an airport then sees an ad of himself?
75174. Can someone please translate the phrase, iti sapis potanda?
75176. What are the original words, and a good translation, of Strauss' waltz "On the Beautiful Blue Danube"?
75177. What European country has the highest population growth rate?
75178. What country or territory in the world has the lowest birth rate?
75179. What African country has the highest life expectancy?
75180. In the live video for Rob Thomas' song 'Streetcorner Symphony' how many female backup singers does he have?
75181. What European country has the lowest birth rate?
75182. What self-absorbed Briton was the subject of a documentary titled 'Tantrums and Tiaras'?
75185. What words in the English dictionary end in the letter v?
75188. Are Wiis DVD compatible?
75189. Before going solo, Ryan Cabrera played acoustic guitar in a group called what?
The Strokes began recording their second album in one year with what Radiohead/Beck producer?
75191. In the Army of Anyone video for 'Goodbye' what does the large logo say that the band is playing in front of?
75192. What buildings did Benjamin Weddle build in Marion, Ohio? There were two. One is still standing and one was torn down.
75193. In 2006 who ran most of the London Marathon without realising how far it was?
75194. Who would like to be Velma's boyfriend in 'Scooby Doo'?
75195. In 'Scooby Doo' Velma has a book shop. What is it called?
75196. What position was Vashti Murphy McKenzie the first female to hold in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, in 2000?
75200. Why are some states in the US, such as Massachussetts and Virginia, still called commonwealths?
75201. What's the name of the movie that Helen Slater and Christian Slater starred in together? Are the actress and actor related?
75202. On the TV show "Friends" what disease did Joey inadverently become the poster boy for?
75203. What singing commercial became a Top 10 hit in 1972?
75204. Which NBA player used to be known as "The Question"?
75205. Why do cats sleep so much?
75206. Who is Bibenden better known as?
75207. Whose motto is "Indocillus privata loqui"?
75208. This oft-told tale has at its heart the moral of due recompense. Sometimes presented as historical fact (there is apparently a plaque commemorating the event at the alleged site), its origins have been variously attributed to the Children's Crusade of the 13th century and outbreaks of various diseases such as chorea and plague in Medieval times. What is it, and what poet is most associated with it?
75209. What, exactly, is soul food?
75210. What is the only town in England to have an exclamation mark in its name?
75211. What is the name of Charlie Brown's dad's barber shop?
75213. What is the rhyming name of a pre-game strategy session?
75214. Considered a mythical tale, it has been suggested his name conotates something rather miniscule yet some believe his tread was responsible for creating large bodies of water. A certain gorge was established, apparently, by him him strolling by. Who was he, which three geographical features was he 'responsible' for, and why is it safe to say his birth was heavily laboured?
75216. What is painted red to keep evil spirits away, stands in water, and is located near an island?
75217. I need the harmonica tablature for Barry Mcguires Eve Of Destruction. Can anyone help me out with a site maybe. Thanks.
Mudcat doesnt work.
75218. What SEC school saw its wild boar mascot shot to death by an irate farmer after it escaped and broke into an animal pen?
75219. Does anyone or country own the moon?
75220. What is the name of the man who was the United States President for only one day? When was this and what were the circumstances?
75222. Green Day's 'Dookie' won a Grammy award in what category?
75223. The Fergie video for ?Fergalicious? has how many brownie dressed dancers?
75226. Who were tennis' "4 Musketeers"?
75227. Bishop McDevitt High School - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. How many time has this high school won the district title and how many times has it won the state title in the years of its existence?
75228. What regulations or laws does a communist country follow?
75229. In the history of the orginization what Girl Scout has sold the most cookies?
75230. In Augustana's video for Boston, what is scattered along the beach?
75231. What neuro-related diseases can a healthy teenage boy die suddenly from other than brain trauma caused by head injury?
75232. What ESPN announcer did Melissa Stark replace on the Monday Night Football sidelines in 2000?
75236. What World War II general was famed for the line, "A pint of sweat saves a gallon of blood"?
75237. In 'Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess' are teardrops used outside of Fadorn Woods?
75238. In 'Scooby Doo' what food does Shaggy not like?
75239. In 'Scooby Doo' what do the caught villains always call the gang?
75240. In 'Scooby Doo' how much does Fred always brag he can bench press?
75241. In which 'Scooby Doo' film can you see two gangs of the characters at the same time?
75242. Who was the talent scout that signed Aretha Franklin to Columbia records at the start of her career?
75243. Which company created the animated film 'Prince of Egypt'?
75244. Cars in a foreign country will have a sticker to identify the country they come from, e.g. GB if they are from Britain. What country does CH stand for?
75245. Does the film 'Fantasia' have a storyline?
75248. What is the name of the vocalist for Hoobastank?
75249. What country in the world has the highest migration rate?
75250. What blonde country music sex symbol sang her first gig at a Mississippi Tobacco Spit contest?
75251. What school does Hickory High defeat in the Indiana state finals in the movie 'Hoosiers'?
75252. Missouri has had three state capitals. Why?
75255. In the Disturbed video for Land Of Confusion, how is the very muscular man attached to the wall?
75257. Robert Palmer's song "Addicted To Love" was originally recorded with another singer but the singer's management refused to allow the song's release until his/her voice was removed. Who was this other singer?
75258. During "The Brady Bunch" six-season run on ABC, in how many episodes did Sam, the butcher, appear?
75259. In 2004 on some episodes of American Idol, Paula Abdul appeared to behave a bit erratic and subsequently rumors flourished that she had a possible drug or alcohol problem. What did she tell People Magazine was the cause for what people where noticing?
75263. What is the difference between a hedgehog and a groundhog?
75264. Who did Mario Lemieux surpass as the player who played in the most games for the Pittsburgh Penguins?
75265. In a warehouse, Sherlock Holmes came across some crates set out in a triangle. All the crates, apart from the one at the head of the triangle, were numbered as follows: (8-5-4-3), (13-9-7), (22-16), (_). What number would be on the last crate?
75266. How many sisters does Keanu Reeves have?
75267. What served as the paddles when the game of table tennis was first played in the early 1880s?
75268. On "Starsky and Hutch," what was Huggy Bear's last name?
75269. What are the three largest shopping malls in the world?
75270. I want to know about the famous Spanish festival called "Reyes Magos" which happens to be on every 6th January and is the biggest festival in Spain?
75272. There is a 1917 French film entitled 'Le Torrent'. Was this ever released under the English title of 'The Torrent'?
75274. It is said to hold a sacred relic, found by a lady who made a rather tiresome habit of identifying such things, and it was used by a famous man when he declared his suzerainty over a European country. More oddly, it also figured in a delusion suffered by a fictional character who was having a lot of trouble with an obstreperous marine creature. What is it, where is it kept, and what's that relic?
75275. Who killed Geoffrey Chaucer?
75277. Who were the members of the backup crews of Apollo missions 15, 16 and 17?
75278. Where does ammonia bleach come from?
75280. Hayden Panettiere, star of the hit NBC show "Heroes", starred in "Tiger Cruise", a movie about the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Constellation before, during, and after September 11th, 2001. What is the origin of the "tiger cruise" and why is it done?
75281. What is the name of the Pearl Jam album released in 2006?
75282. Who played Julia, Corey Baker's mother?
75283. Okay, now for my daily dose of Disney trivia! Elvis Presley's eighteenth number one single in the United States is also featured on a Disney animated movie soundtrack. What is the song and what is the animated movie?
75284. In short, what is California Proposition 65?
75285. What is L-Theanine?
75287. Why is the planet Uranus 'over on its side' so to speak, but no other planets are?
75288. Why do most US municipal police departments have blue as a uniform color? Is it symbolic of something?
75289. "Ours is not to reason why. Ours is but to do and die", by Alfred Lord Tennyson. I am a non-English speaker and have a hard time understanding the grammatic logic of this phrase. Please explain?
75290. What is the name of the Cracker Jack's mascot and his dog?
75291. It is thought to have many direct ancestors, one from predynastic and Ancient Egypt, another from Ancient Rome involving a certain Byzantine Emperor who changed his name in order to gain acceptance to his peers. Archeaologists have found evidence of its existance 5000 years ago in a place that natives would say was once very hot. What is it, who was the emperor and what, very recently, was found at that same excavation site?
75293. What superstitious Raiders coach forbade his team from leaving the locker room until Mark van Eeghen belched?
75294. Who paid his dues on the Today show by serving as a guest host 150 times?
75298. Where does the quote about happy pigs and sad philosophers come from?
75300. Celine Dion and her siblings sit on the board of what organization/clearinghouse founded by her mother which helps poor Québec families toward self-sufficiency?
75302. What 80s superstar has the nickname 'The Welsh Witch'?
75303. Who sang with Toby Keith at the CMA Awards in 2004?
75306. What musical variety series hosted by Deney Terrio had celebrities judging amateurs dancing to top disco tunes?
75307. What hospital was the setting for the TV series "The Interns"?
75308. Before their debut album was released, the Beastie Boys opened for what influential rap group?
75309. Which season number is this for the "American Idol" series?
75310. How do they remove caffeine in soda?
75311. What rock legend said, "I am one guitarist in a band with no other guitarist. I am not a shredder, but I can play the blues, a little jazz, some fast stuff. I use the guitar, rather than play it," and, "I am a composer. I am not interested in whether anyone might find what I produce pleasing. What interests me is whether what I produce is authentic. This desire to put authenticity above pleasure is surely what makes the blues, R&B and the best rock so striking and engaging, but only to certain receptive people"?
75312. Who is the actress who plays Harrison Ford's (the President's) daughter in the movie "Air Force One"?
75313. Can you name the two sets of identical twins who where on the series "Little House on the Prairie", their characters' full names and what they are doing now?
75314. In the movie "School Of Rock" who does Joan Cusack's character say is her favorite music artist?
75317. What is the name of the oldest surviving film that meets the length requirement to be considered for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature?
75318. Bonnie Raitt was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in what year?
75319. What music band turned down their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
75321. How did the popular soft drink Dr. Pepper get its name and when was it first produced?
75322. Are there any pictures of what J.R.R. Tolkien wanted Gollum to look like?
75323. Who played for the Chicago Cubs, was drafted by but never played for the Chicago Bears, is listed as 6'5" by the Dodgers, 6'6" by the Celtics, and starred on Leonid Brezhnev?s favorite television show?
75324. 'Star Trek' has inspired humans ever since its debut in the early 1960s. Many of the technologies found in Star Trek have come true, but is warp technology possible?
75326. What Sherpa guide had a Nepalese name that meant 'wealthy-fortunate follower of religion'?
75327. How many copies did Alicia Keys? Songs in A Minor sell on its first day of release?
75328. In Akon?s new video for ?Smack That?, what car does Akon drive?
75330. Until Laura Ingalls Wilder began to publish her "Little House" books in the 1930s and 1940s, who was the most famous person to hail from Mansfield, Missouri? What was this person famous for?
75331. What was the pilot of the first plane to cross the Atlantic Ocean?
75332. What was the world's largest passenger jet plane?
75333. Who was an American woman lost at sea in an attempt to fly around the world?
75334. What was the first in-flight refueling?
75335. Did the Oakland Raiders win the Super Bowl in 1977?
75339. In the Goo Goo Dolls video for 'Let Love In' there are all kinds of images playing behind each band member. One of the images states "A is for" what?
75344. Why do we have hair in our armpits, but not in our 'kneepits'?
75345. What is the highest rated (e.g PG or 12A) film that Disney has produced?
75346. What film tried to mine "road movie" gold in the voices of Kevin Kline and Kenneth Branagh?
75347. Calling all "Scrubs" fans! Anybody know for definite what breed of dog Rowdy is? I would appreciate any websites to support your answers.
75348. What is the Gaelic word for water?
75350. Jim Carrey was chosen by what magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World in 1997?
75351. Gary Levox and Jay DeMarcus founded the group Rascal Flatts. What city are they both from?
75352. What is the name of the musical artist whose video is described as "A bunch of good looking, horny guys reveal their secret sexual fantasies while sailing on a yacht through a Caribbean island paradise"?
75354. In the Deftones video for 'Hole in the Earth' where is the video taking place?
75355. Why does Canada still have the image of the Queen of England on some of its currency?
75356. What is the name of the odor killing miracle product in the movie "Holes"?
75357. How did the month of April get its name?
75358. In which of the forces did Queen Elizabeth II serve?
75359. How many royal dukes were uncles to Queen Elizabeth II?
75360. How many descendants did Queen Elizabeth 2 have on her 80th bithday?
75361. If a paedophile has a thing for kids, then what is someone called who's into old people?
75362. Can a person who was president of the United States for eight years run as vice president?
75363. If Robin Hood is a fictional character, who is buried at Little John's grave that I've seen in a church ground in Hathersage?
75364. Who has held any WWE title the longest and how long is or was it?
75366. What is the first album Ludacris recorded in 2000 on his independently released Disturbing tha Peace label?
75367. The gym teacher of the boys who went on to form Lynyrd Skynyrd suspended them for having long hair and once told them, "You boys ain't never gonna amount to nothin'." What is the name of that gym teacher?
75368. What two songs did Paul McCartney play at the Super Bowl half-time show in Super Bowl XXXIX?
75369. How does Stevie Wonder warm up before a performance?
75372. What was the first city named after George Washington?
75373. What connects: a Renaissance artist who revolutionized painting -- particularly landscape painting -- in a northern Italian city; a colorful cocktail closely associated with an overpriced tourist trap in that same city; and a composer who is known for a work with a sleepwalking theme?
75374. What specifically connects a defective typewriter somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, a township's newspaper with a printing press problem, and the most well known and important American document in history?
75375. How many Olympians have been from South Carolina?
75377. Who played the character Ari on the television show NCIS?
75378. Who was the first Greek scientist to initiate the practice of human autopsy?
75380. Can anyone tell me the author or origin of this piece of writing, "The noblest plan of all mankind is still a dream to chase. The sweetest song is still unsung in some forgotten place, The greatest story ever told is still someone's to tell; And from this pile of shapeless sand will rise a citadel"?
75381. Where and how did golf originate?
75382. What is the name of The Strokes? album released in 2003?
75383. In Hinder?s video for ?Lips Of An Angel? what color guitar does the lead guitarist have?
75386. Who was the first known parachute designer?
75387. What was the name of the first helicopter designed for military service?
75388. What is the story behind the Celtic song "Sleeping Maggie", if there is one?
75389. What is the difference, if there is one, between the 1970 coronet 500 and the 1970 superbee?
75391. Is there evidence that the Phonecians reached beyond the Mediterranean Sea?
75392. In cricket, why is the ball thrown so that it bounces off the ground, instead of an entirely mid-air throw?
75393. What US President said that he "is the biggest football fan"?
75394. Italian food named after places end in -ese, French in -aisse. Is there an equivalent for English places, food or otherwise?
75395. Who is Carlo Ponti?
75396. Does anyone know who Montgomery Gentry thanked together in their CD 'Some People Change'?
75398. Who is probably the most famous person to have used one coconut to save his life (and others) and how?
75399. What was the name of the movie where the main actor was working at a McDonald's fast food restaurant spoof called MacDonnell's?
75400. What is "curb crawling" and why is it so shameful?
75401. What was the main purpose of yodeling when it was first developed?
75402. I'm looking for a film that's similar to 'Clash of the Titans.' It has a beach scene, with a giant tin man. The only way they can destroy the man is by turning a disc on his heel and draining out fluid. What film is it please?
75403. Does anyone know the name of a Bruch classical piece, or what CD/album it's on, that has a bird song in the middle? The piece is about 10-15 minutes long if that helps.
75404. What does hallows mean?
75405. Where do guinea pigs come from?
75407. In American college sports, what are the criteria for placing a school's teams in NCAA Division I, II or III?
75408. What leader marched out of Russia with 10,000 men, months after marching in with 442,000?
75409. Feeling peckish shortly before a military engagement, a certain well-known individual is said to have requested a meal. His chef, apparently somewhat low on supplies, ran around collecting what he could and then dismembered the main ingredient with a conveniently-available weapon. What is this dish, which is named after the location of the battle, despite the fact that a common modern addition to the recipe isn't native to the region?
75410. What are some examples of strange occurrences that cause many people to believe in the curse of King Tutankhamun?
75411. Quite often it is found behind a bar and associated with two very famous cocktails. Available in many varieties, the most common two are types that coincide with the names of an International Hotel chain, and a famous fictional detective. What is it, what are the drinks, and who is the detective?
75413. What is the highest temperature our tongue can take?
75414. Who played lead guitar on the Rolling Stones "Heart of Stone"? It was released in 1964 or 1965.
75415. On what Rolling Stones songs was Keith Richards the lead singer instead of Mick Jagger?
75416. The names of what US States begin with the word "New"?
75417. What happened in the incident between Rolly Weaver and Alex Linz in the final episode of the family version of The Amazing Race?
75418. Who coined the phrase "Ek-existenz" and why?
75419. Could someone please explain, in simple English, how a mass spectrometer works?
75421. How did Martin Luther King, Jr. engage in academic dishonesty?
75422. How old is Nat Wolff?
75425. How many names of US States consist of only one syllable?
75426. Why do bacteria regularly exchange plasmids, integrons and transposons among themselves?
75427. Is the curious phrase "Kiss whom goodbye" grammatically corect?
75430. In music, what is the "lost chord"?
75431. What is Xylocaine and how is it related to sex?
75432. Is it true that Hong Kong has skycrapers numbered 1, 2, 3, and 5 because 4 is considered unlucky?
75433. What is the link between the movie "The Ring" and Disney's animated film "Lilo & Stitch"?
75434. Dick Van Dyke's character in the film "Mary Poppins" is known as Bert but what is his name on Sundays only?
75435. Which villain on the list of 50 Greatest Screen Villains by the American Film Institute doesn't even appear on screen one single time through the entire movie?
75436. Which Disney character's name is a euphemism in place of saying "Jesus Christ!"?
75437. Currently where is the planned location for the next NY Jets' Stadium?
75438. After World War I what type of government dominated France?
75439. What was the most common European government in 1918?
75440. What Shetland Sheepdog stud sired the most Champions?
75441. Who was playing in the very first Super Bowl and what team won for the first ten years?
75442. Who came first, Busch or Budweiser?
75443. How is it that one oxygen makes such a big difference? CO(1) is deadly, yet CO(2) we breath out everyday.
75445. Which antique rivermouth port has a name that also means rivermouth, was once the residence of a most famous Greco-Roman doctor and is now a somewhat neglected and endangered archeological site near a popular Mediterranean Sea beach?
75446. Who in the Roman Catholic Church, apart from the Pope himself, is allowed to wear the so-called pallium?
75447. In the Hinder video for 'Lips of an Angel' what is the girlfriend doing to her hair in the mirror while the lead singer talks on the phone?
75448. What 1995 movie gave Ed Harris the chance to demand, "Failure is not an option"?
75449. What empire's army did British Queen Boadicea defeat after smearing herself with blue dye?
75450. What did the White Stripes name their song "Hotel Yorba" after?
75451. With what song, usually associated with Elvis Presley, did Willie Nelson and Leon Russell top the country charts in 1979?
75452. He was born as an Otto or Odo, became a monk at Cluny, a Pope at Rome, has his thirty-three metre high statue somewhere in a vineyard near his birthplace in Champagne, claimed that the wine of the village of Ay is the best in the world, but is probably best-known for a famous speech he made at Clermont-Ferrand. Under what name is this war-mongering Pope better known?
75453. What is the name of Kenny Chesney's younger half-sister?
75454. Which Pope was the greatgreatgrandson of another Pope, who of course had lived in a period that celibacy was not yet the rule for priests?
75455. Who was originally the rhythm guitarist and later the bassist for the Dave Clark Five?
75456. Of all the possible combinations of labels used when ordering a Starbucks' coffee, which one uses the most words?
75457. What famous rock critic did Philip Seymour Hoffman portray in the movie "Almost Famous"?
75458. Who invented the crossword puzzle?
75460. In the Audioslave video for 'Revelations', for the lead singer what is hanging from the ceiling?
75462. What popular cocktail was dedicated to surfing star Tom Harvey?
75463. Who was the co-executive producer of Usher's debut album?
75464. What states in the United States have capitals named after presidents?
75465. Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band won which Grammy in 1980?
75466. Does drinking water heighten or increase your six senses for any amount of time?
75469. What were the sunglasses worn by Brad Pitt in 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith'?
75470. Is it true that girls in Poland wear red lingerie underneath their dresses during High School Ball?
75471. What do we exactly mean by Cosmopolitic City?
75473. Who are "Cruthers and Jonson," and what is their connection to this date in 1881?
75474. Does a boa constrictor have poisonous venom as well as the ability to crush its prey?
75475. A decade ago one was given to a pontiff. They are predominately black in colour and were named after a freaky fire incident involving a lovers quarrell. What are they, and which licensed pilot and notorious Diabetes sufferer are they associated with?
75476. Why do they call a dumb waiter a dumb waiter?
75477. Which actor from the 1930s version of "Our Gang" contracted hepatitis and died after undergoing minor surgery in a North Hollywood hospital?
75478. Who is Carmen Finestra?
75479. Why is the United States flag folded in a triangle shape?
75481. Where can I find information on the four horsemen offense Notre Dame ran in the 1920's?
75482. According to Roman mythology, who is the goddess of love?
75483. Who is the goddess of love in Greek mythology?
75485. In what year was air conditioning first offered as an option in American cars?
75486. What was Prince William's first public duty?
75487. Who said, "Don't point that beard at me, it might go off"?
75488. Who were the "Fuggers"?
75489. How many zeros does an archery target have?
75490. Gladstone Gander is a cousin of Donald Duck but who are Gladstone's parents and who is Gladstone and Donald's grandmother?
75491. When were the last rumble seats available on cars?
75492. The whale called "Monstro" from the Disney film Pinocchio was called something else in the original story. Who wrote the original story and what was the creature called?
75498. Why is black known as the absense of light?