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Questions From Feb 17 07
76001. Who were the Knights of St. John?
76002. Is it true that the longest railway platform in the world is in Kharagpur, India?
76003. According to proverb, the tears of the crocodile are said to be a sign of insincere grief. Why is this so, are there any special reasons behind that?
76005. This influential naturalist of high social status had to drop out of university owing to his involvement in a then-common type of student combat; but he eventually had a mathematical problem named after him and a sewing implement. He was also credited by a famous and continually-controversial 19th-century scientist with being the first "modern" figure to suggest the principles of a certain theory. Who was he?
76006. Is the word (adverb) "fastly" a common expression in the UK/US or other parts of the world?
76007. What actor or actress who has appeared on film with Jennifer Anniston and Reese Witherspoon was scheduled to be aboard one of the doomed flights on September 11, 2001, but decided not to take the flight?
76008. What does the WWE tag team group "RKO" stand for?
76011. Which countries are situated in both Asia and Europe?
76013. Is cheesecake a pie or cake?
76014. How do you pronounce Kealakekua Bay? Is it just phonetically Ke-ala-kek-ua or is it something else?
76015. The yellow bands on Saturn are formed by what?
76016. The Great White Spot is a storm that lasts for how long?
76017. As of 2007, are there any museums in the world dedicated to early computer and office technology?
76019. What are the exact dimensions of a professional basketball court?
76020. What 1990's-2000's television sitcom actress turned big screen actress who is also is a talented painter has had one of her pieces displayed at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art?
76021. Who has become the first person to fly around the world alone without stopping or refuelling; Steve Fossett, Richard Branson or John Michelson?
76022. Which disease is known as 'Delhi boli'; Ringworm, Oriental sore, Kala-azar, or Leprosy?
76023. The word 'junta' is related to what; democracy, Communism, dictatorship, or military dictatorship?
76024. Which is the largest active volcano in the world and where is it located?
76025. Is there a sure cure for leprosy?
76026. How long can the brain survive without supply of oxygen?
76027. Which band is the winner of this year's Grammy award?
76028. What probably is the oldest and largest living organism?
76029. Which 7th century BC Athenian legislator's name has become synonymous with harsh legislation?
76031. Who was Rasmus Christian Rask, what later man (namesake of a "law") was inspired by him, and what is that law?
76032. In the movie 'On the Waterfront' what one event convinces Terry to testify against the Mob?
76033. What does CR-V mean on the Hondas?
76034. Which countries are situated in both Africa and Asia?
76036. Why are there no Wilma vitamins in the Flintstone vitamins?
76037. How thick was the wire that French aerialist Philippe Petit used when he tightrope-walked between the twin towers of New York's World Trade Center in 1974?
76038. This now-protected species is native to various countries but is known by a Romance-language name derived from a word for a cultivated site. Considered a delicacy that must be very well-fed and then drowned in a type of wine before cooked, it may be consumed with something covering the diner's head and face so that it may be better savored -- or maybe just not seen. What is this supposed gourmet delight, said to have been a statesman's final meal, and in what charming film was it eaten?
76039. What is the capital of Svalbard?
76041. Who shot John F. Kennedy?
76042. What is the frequency of the lowest and highest E (empty first and last string) note on the standard tuning on a guitar?
76043. What one-syllable word has nine letters?
76044. What movie had a former 'American Idol' contestant in it?
76045. What is the longest word in the dictionary?
76046. What was Chartism in 1800s England?
76047. Who was Daniel O'Connel?
76048. Who was Louis Kossuth?
76049. How many different ethnic groups did the Austro-Hungarian Empire rule?
76050. Who sang the theme song for the police drama "21 Jump Street"?
76051. What is the link between Eve Arden, Ginger Rogers, Lucille Ball and Katharine Hepburn?
76052. Which gene is responsible for speech and language in human development?
76053. If they planted a tree on the moon and were able to water it, would it grow?
76054. What nation built the mine hunter Wilton, the first warship to be made from plastic?
76055. This television series was once sponsored by a cigarette company until the female lead character fell pregnant. It is also credited as the first series of its genre to approach the issue of infertility. Which show was it and which company took over the sponsorship?
76056. In the United States, how old are you if you are a 9th grader?
76057. Who retired in 1997 with an NHL record career goals per game average of .823?
76058. A barrister who becomes a QC in the UK is known as a what?
76059. Totem, Kent and Hood are what varieties of fruit?
76060. What is the name of the first Nine Inch Nails single off of the new record 'Year Zero'?
76061. What fraternity was Kenny Chesney in from East Tennessee State University?
76062. Who was the only actor to win an Oscar playing a person of the opposite sex?
76064. Which river in southern China forms the approximate boundary between Guangdong and Guangxi regions?
76065. Pamela Anderson had both of her children born at home with the help of who?
76066. What character did Dick Wilson play on TV on toilet paper ads for 21 years?
76069. Looking for a type of bread, baked again after slicing until very crisp, like a rusk. Begins with a Z or X?
76071. Who said, "This is my son, in who I am well pleased"?
76072. In the Beyonce video for 'Irreplaceable' what is Beyonce doing in the very beginning of the video to her nails?
76073. How does ghoti spell fish?
76074. Who has been nominated 26 times for an Oscar but has never appeared in a film?
76075. What is the capital of the Falkland Islands?
76077. In the sporting world, we are familiar with numerous attempts to swim the English Channel, but have there ever been any attempts (successful or not) to swim the Mediterranean to Corsica?
76079. Which Edmonton, Alberta Rush Player took part in the 2006 NLL Entry Draft?
76080. In the US peanut butter is very popular; however when I was travelling in Europe I was amazed to see that it was unavailable for the most part. Is there a reason why the Europeans don't like peanut butter?
76081. The first record played on Radio 1 was 'Flowers in the Rain'. What was the second?
76082. A steam railway engine described in the UK as a 4-6-2 is a 2-3-1 in the United States. A railway built in the UK had three engines that were 0-3-0 layout in both UK and US systems. What was the railway?
76083. What were the names of the two girls found decapitated in the West Virginia University Coed Murders of 1970?
76084. Is it true that the Portuguese introduced chillies and tobacco into India and if so, then what is the reason?
76085. Which is the most polluted place in the world?
76087. The quartet Hoobastank formed in what Los Angeles suburb in early 1994?
76089. Who was the first US governor to conduct state business from a hospital bed while pregnant with twins?
76090. Which Mouseketeer was Paul Anka pining over when he wrote 'Puppy Love'?
76091. Which company is older: Nestle or Hershey?
76092. How much did a civil marriage at New York City's clerk's office cost in 1988?
76093. Which US president lied about his house and his favorite drink in order to win an election?
76094. What were 'Kunzel' cakes?
76095. Why were Roman numerals developed in this style?
76096. How were Roman numerals developed?
76099. A fairly recent book outlines the history of the world (supposedly?actually the history of western civilization) in a series of six beverages. Can you name them in chronological order?
76100. What ingredient was missing from the first beverage mentioned in Q#76099 that makes it quite different from today's version?
76101. Because so much time has been "Wasted on the Way" what do Crosby, Stills, and Nash want to have carry them away?
76102. Who said, "Destiny is something we've invented because we can't stand the fact that everything that happens is accidental"?
76103. Who was the Deuteronomist?
76104. What is an "Arete"?
76105. The idea for this brand originated in 1858 when a Pennsylvania chemist first noticed oil workers treating cuts and burns with a residue from oil pumps. Now this brand has almost become generic to the product category.What is the brand name?
76106. Which product was the first and only one so far to be launched in the Indian Parliament?
76107. What are the three jewels of Buddhism?
76108. What is the Latin word for a medley or a formal argument?
76109. In 2000, what nation saw its new president call it "the carcass of a civic society" and a "senile" country slouching towards "third world" status?
76110. Quince: "We will have a prologue, and it shall be written in eight and six."
Bottom: "Nea, make it two more... eight and eight."
What exactly did they mean by those numbers?
76111. Has anyone ever won a competitive Oscar after receiving an honorary Oscar? If not, Peter O'Toole could have that distinction.
76112. On the roads in Boston they have a sign, it's round with a green border, inside in reads HC. In some areas, like before you go on the expressway, it has the red circle in line for "No HC". Whatever is HC?
76113. Where did the Egyptian word "mummy" originate, as in mummification?
76114. In the JoJo video for 'Too Little, Too Late' what kind of little toy is sitting in the very left hand corner of the window JoJo is sitting in front of?
76115. What Canadian comedy troupe consisted of Bruce, Dave, Kevin, Mark and Scott?
76116. What team lost 22-1 to the Yankees the day after their long-time fan, Lib Dooley, passed away?
- No "short answer" please -
76119. Who did Bonnie Raitt announce plans to divorce on 9 November 1999?
76120. Did Naples come to be associated with death, as in "see Naples and die", because of a reputation for epidemics?
76121. What are the differences amongst trousers, pants, and slacks?
76122. In 'Something New' with Sanaa Lathan, does anyone know the name of that song when they were together having sex?
76123. Who said, "She's got a whole shoebox full of 'em, uh, dangly ones," and what is the situation?
76124. In the Breaking Benjamin video for 'The Diary of Jane' the first person we see is standing in front of what?
76125. What lady rocker wrote a song about the Strokes called "But Julian, I'm a Little Older Than You"?
76126. When Neil Armstrong first stepped foot on the moon and made his proclamation, the global audience listening live via the BBC and numerous other stations around the world was estimated at how many listeners?
76128. Where can the living room furniture from the television show "All In The Family" now be located?
76129. What does the game of g.o.l.f. actually stand for?
76130. What was so special about Pamela Anderson when she was born?
76131. In 'Friends', according to Joey, what is there no such thing as?
76132. What actor from the 70's show "The Partridge Family" presented the one-man show "St. John in Exile" in 2006 in Papua, New Guinnea, in which he plays seven to ten different characters?
76133. Why did the band Seether change their name from Saron Gas?
76134. What order within the Catholic Church runs Notre Dame University in Indiana, USA?
76135. About how many asteroids are estimated to be in the asteroid belt separating Mars and Jupiter?
76136. Which 'Elector' of a European state was named for a receptacle that holds an alcoholic beverage?
76137. What connects six Kings of Portugal, an Italian Renaissance nobleman, an International airport, and a fruit native to India?
76139. Besides the "Home Alone" films, what is Macaulay Culkin's highest grossing movie?
76140. What is Mr. Krabb's address on the cartoon 'Spongebob Squarepants'?
76142. Did the United States government ever fund, train or arm Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda?
76143. Where and when did the first Al Qaeda terror attack take place?
76147. Who was the first singer for Pink Floyd?
76148. Shania Twain was voted what by PETA?
76150. The first tract house development in 1921 outside of Rochester, New York, was invented by what woman?
76151. What percentage of paperback books sold in the United States in 2001 were romance novels?
76152. What woman discovered nuclear fission but never wanted it used for the war purposes?
76153. What year did the first woman graduate from college, and from what college?
76154. The use of solar energy for power other than getting a tan was perfected by what three women?
76155. What are the oldest tribes of Black-Jews from Ethiopia called?
76157. What Scandinavian city hosted the first Olympics to use electric timing devices?
76158. What song did Carrie Underwood perform at the season five finale of 'American Idol'?
76160. A bigoted racist who hated blacks and avoided entering buildings in which they worked, he published a book condemning slavery in the South. This was banned in many places and people jailed for possession of it. Who was he?
76161. In the Goo Goo Dolls' video for 'Let Love In' what, besides old war footage, is superimposed during almost the entire video?
76163. The Lynyrd Skynyrd song "Simple Man" was used as main theme for what 1987 Italian movie?
76164. In the Aerosmith video for 'Love in an Elevator' what kind of ?print? is the lead guitarist wearing on his pants?
76165. Nelly Furtado won "Best Pop Vocal, Female" Grammy for what song?
76166. What fictional cannibal did the New York Times wryly call "just another eccentric foodie"?
76167. In the Deftones' video for 'Hole in the Earth' what is written over and over again on the computer screen?
76168. Who signed a U.S. law abolishing the welfare system?s Aid to Families with Dependent Children?
76169. What is the name of the country song that has partial lyrics, "Come on Dixie, Dixie boat a ran" (sounds something like that but not sure if that is what they are saying)?
76170. What Fleetwood Mac album is Art Garfunkel's favorite?
76171. Whose album is the fastest selling debut rock album in Soundscan history?
76174. Polygamy was not unheard of in ancient times and allowed in the Bible. Still, how many men mentioned in the Bible had more than one wife?
76175. What natural disaster do Creedence Clearwater Revival fear in ?Bad Moon Rising??
76176. Is it true that there are no icebergs in India?
76177. Why are they called the witches saltire? craft/flags
76178. Is it true that a certain kind of bird named "Storm Petrels" can walk on water?
76179. What is a lateral moraine?
76180. How many CSI episodes have there been?
76181. What was launched in Lincoln (UK) on 22nd march 1816?
76182. Which venue was devised by George London and Henry Wise?
76183. What was the best selling sweet in February 1996?
76184. In the world of music, who is Can Ogan?
76185. Who is the Scottish lass on the packs of Export "A" cigarettes?
76186. This pioneer in a field of technology developed in the 19th century was asked to help settle a debate, of no little interest to some artists, involving a certain sport. He was also charged with committing a serious crime, which became the subject of a work by a major contemporary composer. Who was he, what did he demonstrate, and who is the composer?
76189. What is the most number of former British Prime Ministers alive at any one time?
76190. Why does maple sugaring take place in the New England area?
76191. Besides the United States, where else in the world does maple sugaring take place?
76192. What are the different types of containers that maple syrup comes in?
76193. How can over-tapping effect a sugaring operation?
76194. Why does the "right" represent good and the "left" represent evil?
76195. Where did Bob Marley die?
76198. Brian McNight released the song "Back at One" in 1999. Does anyone know who else sang that song?
76199. When was the last time all nine planets were aligned?
76200. How do you measure a planet's mass?
76201. Will Rogers was the mayor of what city?
76202. In the Trace Adkins video for 'Ladies Love Country Boys' when all the girls lose Trace and see the other country boy from the billboard they start chasing him. Who is the only person to stay behind and wave?
76203. What sit-down comic spent six-and-a-half years as Conan O?Brien?s late-night second banana?
76204. What was Deirks Bentley's first sucessful single?
76205. Who broke the PGA Tour season money record in 1997, only to triple that amount two years later?
76207. Estella Warren was ranked what number in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005" special supplement in 2005?
76209. What song did Willie Nelson turn into a chart-topping, award winning single after it had already been a hit for both Elvis Presley and John Wesley Ryles?
76210. Dido entered what music school at the age of six?
76211. What is Bob Seger's middle name?
76212. In a football game on TV a yellow stripe marks the touchdown line for the offensive team, but how do the players know where the line is?
76214. Computer compiler and automatic programming was the brainchild of what woman?
76216. What were 2.5 million New York City kids issued in 1952 to identify them after a nuclear attack?
76217. What is an esker?
76218. What is Cepacol?
76219. Regarding liquid rubber roofs, what does EPDM stand for, if anything?
76220. Prince Harry is going with the British military to Iraq although he most certainly won't face combat. Who was the last British royal (no distant cousins please) who was put in a combat situation?
76221. What type of plane did Neil Armstrong earn his pilot's license in?
76222. How many platinum albums did The Grass Roots achieve?
76224. What is the name of the bassist for Pieces of a Dream?
76229. What is the title of the Doors album released January 1, 1972?
76230. Why was Richard Wright of Pink Floyd fired and by whom?
76231. Which member of Metallica designed their original logo?
76232. Who is Don Omar's family (mother, father, siblings, etc.)?
76234. In Wisconsin, do you have to be embalmed before being cremated?
76235. What were the punishments in Medieval times?
76236. What famous club was Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Christina Aguleira in?
76237. Where in the world would you find the only digital Rolex clock?
76238. Which state in India produces more silk and why?
76239. Who is the South American author experimenting with a surrealistic style of writing, where in one book he writes about a boy/girl exposed to ice cream tainted with cyanide and is in a coma, verging on the point of death and questioning whether he or she is alive and what determines consciousness?
76240. What was the last Pink Floyd album that Roger Waters was part of?
76241. It was produced over a millennium ago in an effort to preserve something considerably older for posterity, but two centuries later, it was nearly obliterated by someone looking to reuse it. Damaged by a forger's attempt to increase its value, it is now undergoing restoration and study at an American museum. What is it, and what technology associated with a famous university is being used to get past the forgery problem?
76242. Excluding derivatives, what are the only two words in the English language that end with "-shion", not that sound but those particular letters?
76243. Which two cities have hosted 'American Idol' auditions this season?
76244. We all know that "Dolly the Sheep" a ewe, was the first mammal to have been successfully cloned but whatever happened to ole Dolly? Where is she now?
76245. What is the "chicken gun" used for at Arnold Air Force Base in Tennessee?
76246. What company's symbol on the New York Stock Exchange is GAP?
76247. What infamous act in U.S. history was carried out by Bill Richmond to the British commanding general in New York during the American Revolution?
76248. How many ounces of beer does a half-barrel keg hold?
76249. Who built St. Basil's in Moscow?
76250. Who was General Tso?
76251. How many people did Matt Dillon kill in all the episodes of 'Gunsmoke'?
76252. There was this old TV show, on cartoon network, maybe cartoon network, about pirates and there was this monkey. The head pirate guy, had a sword that was broken it looked cool, and was all powerful and stuff. anyone know what it is?
76253. In "The Diary of Anne Frank" is Margot pronounced like Margot or Margo?
76254. How many times have Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith been divorced from each other?
76255. What was the name of Fred Sanford's late wife?
76256. What 1942 Disney cartoon opened in a forest to the music 'Love is a Song'?
76259. In Europe and Canada there is a movie known as "Nico", what title is it known by in the United States?
76260. Why in American Urban culture are the police often referred to as Five-O?
76261. Why does metal at room temperature feel colder than wood at room temperature?
76263. What is a Janus Board?
76264. Who did the government sell mission land to?
76265. How is plastic made?
76266. What classic dessert was originally hyped for being "Delicate, Delightful, Dainty"?
76267. What sketch comedy TV series touts rude and dangerous products from Spishak Industries?
76268. What now-popular chocolate bar was spun off in 1990 from the candy coating on an ice-cream pop?
76269. What two companies suffered landmark antitrust cases that are most often compared to Microsoft's?
76270. Who won for the 53rd time in 54 matches at the All England Club in 2000?
76272. Bodega Bay was the locale for what Hitchcock thriller?
76273. Who used the stage name Tommy Dean from Abilene on television in Houston, Texas?
76274. When did New Zealand start to break away from Australia?
76275. Shannon Tweed is the third of how many children?
76276. What part did Jell-O play in the trial of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg?
76278. What three women perfected the use of solar energy power?
76279. What men helped women secure the right to vote?
76280. What colour is pure molten gold? (with picture please)
76284. There have been quite a few famous White House dogs such as the Clinton's "Buddy". Have there been any famous White House cats?
76285. Who was the first person to score 50 goals in an NHL season?
76286. Which country's flag is the biggest?
76287. What is the title of Fleetwood Mac's album released in 1979?
76288. In the Sarah Buxton video for 'Innocence' where did they run off to right outside the County Fair?
76291. What is the piece of classical music at the end of "The Doors" movie and also on Jim Morrison's "An american Prayer"?
76292. What is the name of the show on early Teletoon about a duck family who is kind of like 'Family Guy'?
76293. Do Asian and African elephants get along?
76296. What nickname did the tabloid press give Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck during their courtship?
76298. What do Boston University, St. Francis College and Wofford College have in common?
76299. Who, supposedly, was the grandson of a milk and graham thief who was banished from England to the American colonies, and what was his role in US history?
76300. Dry cleaning uses a number of chemicals to delicately wash clothes, but then why is it called dry?
76301. I'd like to try making some 'Pykecrete' just to study its properties, but I can't seem to find a precise recipe for making it (exact ingredients, exact proportions, exact steps for combining things, etc.) Does anyone have a recipe?
76302. Who is Ringo Starr?
76303. What country star did the White Stripes dedicate their 'White Blood Cells' album to?
76304. In March of 1993 a test was done at St. Jerome hospital in Batavia with a electroencephalogram machine. What was tested and what were the findings?
76305. Who dumped Laura Dern to make 'Pushing Tin' co-star Angelina Jolie his fourth wife?
76306. What is Virgin Galactic?
76307. What was the mosquito aircraft employed by the British in World War II?
76308. Who was Little Miss Atlanta in 1950?
76309. Which US presidents, if any, did not seek re-election after one term?
76310. What does the 'ball' in "Hitler has only got one ball" mean?
76311. What is Victoria's Secret? I know that it's a store and all, but what is her actual secret?
76312. Which 18-19th century musicans were engaged in debauchery, drinking, and drug use to stimulate their creativity? "Had bad reputations in personal lives but now considered as canonic icons in classical music."
76313. Who is the exciting resident that has just moved into a New York City eager to welcome him?
76314. Is US presidental hopeful Barack Obama a chain smoker?
76316. Who was Mary Magdalene's first daughter?
76317. I know there was a 100 year gap between Lincoln and Kennedy, but is there a 'formula' to assassinating US presidents or assassination attempts?
76318. Who perpetrated the "Priory of Scion" hoax?
76319. What is a Janus board with reference to the world of advertising, merchandising and product promotion and publicity?
76320. What kind of light bulb (wattage) was typical in a fallout shelter running on a 12 volt battery?
76323. Who is Pablo de Sarasate's mother and father?
76324. What kinds of plants live in the Balleny Islands?
76325. What song is used as the music bed for the new M&M commercial now airing in the US? I think the first words are, "This is the day..." It might be an 80s era song.
76326. Time changes March 11th. When was the the original spring forward time and why did they change it?
76327. During the US Civil War who was the only Southern Senator to remain loyal to the Union?
76328. How many countries around the world have Boy Scouting?
76329. Where did the kangaroo get its name?
76330. What does the French company EDF energy stand for?
76331. What 6 letter word has only 1 of the five vowels and it appears twice at the end surrounding another letter?
76332. It is derived from an episode in the Bible, when certain people were ferreted out by virtue of their inability to articulate something. Later legends describe similar episodes, but today this word is more likely to refer to shared cultural experience or culture-specific terms. What is this word, in what biblical context does it appear, and can you name a medieval event (one that inspired an opera) in which an example of this concept was supposedly used as a means of identification?
76333. How many extant copies of Rodin's "Thinker" exist?
76334. When SNL did the Mom Jeans sketch what year was it and who was hosting?
76335. Where can you find the song "Gary, Come Home" that was sung by a male singer on an episode of "Spongebob Squarepants"?
76336. Who was Joseph Stalin's scapegoat, and who was his private police force and how did he use them?
76338. Is a Dutch wife a sewing kit, the compact types you get in hotels and airlines, in additional to being a long body length bolster pillow?
76340. Where does the expression "get the lead out" come from and what did it mean?
76341. Who created Google?
76342. This particular example of 'courtly love' was reconstituted for a recent film production involving a notorious homocidal sociopath with six digits. Not long after, it was also a feature at a certain accolade ceremony. What is it, and what was it primarily based on?
76344. Who was the MVP of Superbowl I?
76345. Who were the last five baseball MVPs?
76346. What actor or actress who starred on the soap opera "All My Children" between 1993-2005 is a third cousin of actress Jane Fonda?
76347. Which Indian festival is celebrated once every 12 years and why?
76348. Whose ashes are stored at the Renkoji Temple in Japan and why?
76349. Put the same letters at the front and back of "ergro" to form a common English word.
76350. Using only a,s,d,f,g,h,j,k,l - the keyboard's center row, what it the longest word one can type?
76351. What is the name of Anna Nicole Smith's beloved poodle?
76353. What was the first English colony in the south?
76354. What other types of organizations are linked to the google web site?
76355. Who is the only actor over the age of 70 to be nominated for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor?
76356. Who is the most decorated woman in Oscar history, and was one of the models for a diminutive character in an Oscar-winning 2004 movie?
76357. Are bell peppers the same as green peppers?
76358. What singer born in the 1800's was known as the Dutch Nightingale?
76359. Who was known as The Nightingale of the North?
76360. What famous pro-wrestler makes an appearance in "Reno 911: Miami"?
76361. What were the Sioux Indians called post-horse?
76362. Do Tesla coils exist?
76364. Who were Super Bowl MVPs who were on the losing team?
76365. What athlete's 1988 marriage in Edmonton was dubbed Canada's "royal wedding of the decade"?
76366. Who was the only cellist to make People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive list?
76367. A question inspired by our local weather conditions: its origins are uncertain, but they can probably be dated to a European country 200 years ago. Decades later, it became a popular item associated with a couple of World's Fairs and an iconic structure. Today, some people regard it as merely "kitschy," but it did play a role in a great classic film and was the murder weapon in a much more recent movie. What is it, and what are those two films?
76368. The movie ?A Perfect Murder? (1998) starring Michael Douglas and Gwyneth Paltrow, takes place in Manhattan. Does anyone know the Fifth Avenue luxury address that many of the movie?s scenes were shot at?
76369. Who is the oldest person ever to go into space?
76370. What is the name of a beverage that is consumed from a hollow calabash gourd with a metal straw and in what countries is this a social practice?
76372. On April 9, 1865, specifically in what building did Ulysses S. Grant accept Robert E. Lee's surrender thus ending the US Civil War?
76373. What is the southernmost state in the United States?
76374. What is the most common natural hair color in the United States?
76375. What is the official dance of Mexico?
76376. At the intersection of which four American states would you find the "Four Corners"?
76377. A certain lady whose identity is unimportant to this question is the daughter of a former Harvard dean. She found the physical atmosphere of their National Register house with its dark brown woodwork and Victorian decor, as well as the intellectual atmosphere of their social circle, to be oppressive, intimidating, hypocritical, and meaningless.
Can you furnish the first line of a poem by a well-known American poet that aptly conveys her sense of frustration with that lifestyle?
76378. A man known for his involvemnet in the Spanish Inquisition, an eminent naturalist, and a famous war-time poet all have connections with this place known for the most popular recipe of a cake named after an imposter claimant to an abolished throne. Where is this place and what is signifigant about the local hamburger joint?
76379. Where did the word 'concierge' originally come from?
76380. What quantity does a tzitzit represent?
76383. As of 2007, how many countries in the world have an official religion?
76384. What is the name of the tube used to measure the hydraulic pressure and liquid flow within a pipeline? It is named after a 18th/19th century physicist, and has 7 letters.
76386. What color shirt does Tiger Woods customarily sport for Sunday rounds?
76387. In 'Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess', once you have the big key and the duo clawshot, how do you find the boss starting at the entry pool?
76388. What type of warship originally got its name from a Dutch word for "basket"?
76389. Who was Keanu Reeves named after?
76390. What term for a woman who trifles with men's feelings is actually derived from a term for male poultry?
76391. In "Woodstock" what did Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young dream happened to the bomber jet planes riding shotgun in the sky?
76392. What gambling-table attendant originally got his name from the person who more or less like a second-man-on-one-horse's-back, stood behind the gambler to give him support and advice?
76393. What exactly was the "culotte" the French revolutionary troops were without?
76394. What is the correct usage of the words "addictive" and "addicting" as in, "Drinking coffee every morning can be so [addictive/addicting]"?
76395. In the Nickelback video for 'Far Away' what channel is the female character watching when she starts getting worried?
76396. In 1988 a 61 year old piece of wedding cake was sold. Who did it belong to?
76398. Who presides over a meeting of the Joint Chiefs of Staff if the chairman is away on a golf junket?
76399. In the Kiss video for 'Psycho Circus' what tool is Gene Simmon's guitar made to resemble?
76401. Was a young Gianfranco Zola in Bonnie Tyler's video for 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' from 1983?
76402. In striped toothpastes, how do they get the stripes to come out of the tube so evenly?
76403. What is the title of the song that was played when the contestants were voted off 'American Idol' last week, and who sings it?
76404. What is the title of Martina McBride's debut album released in 1992?
76405. What '70s drama series opened with a scientist promising, "Gentlemen, we can rebuild him"?
76407. Physical nicotine withdrawal intensifies your cravings, especially when you first quit. What will help you overcome physical cravings?
76409. There is a romance book that has a man who wants to be an astronant and he finds out that he has a son, and that boy is being raised by his aunt because his mother got killed in a car accident. What is the name and author of this book?
76410. Is it true that Indira Gandhi International Airport, Indian, was previously known as Palam International Airport and why did it change the name?
76411. Is it true that Indian Cricketer and current captain Rahul Dravid is nicknamed "Jammy" because his father used to work for Kissan?
76416. What John Lennon song did Lenny Kravitz re-record in 1991 with an all-star cast to protest the Gulf War?
76417. Jack Johnson is a native of what State?
76418. Which First Lady of the United States was a close personal friend of Helen Keller?
76419. Who was the only U.S. President to give up his American citizenship?
76420. How old was Andre The Giant when he died, and what was the cause of death?
76421. Painted nearly 450 years ago by an artist who founded a professional dynasty, this work inspired poems by two 20th-century authors, one American and one British. The first poem takes its title from the title of the painting; the title of the second refers to the institution where the work of art now resides. What is the painting, and to which poems am I referring?
76422. How are Oreo cookies made?
76423. This mathematical genius spoke of a chimeric ledger to which his proofs had been accumulated by a paramount deity, to which he also accused this deity of hiding his clothing and important travel documents. Who was this infamous schnorrer, and what initials did he refer to this 'deity'?
76426. Where on Don Vito's back is his dent?
76427. Which military organization has the Sword of Damocles on its beret?
76428. Some of the scenes from what movie were shot at millionaire Stuyvesant Fish's ranch in Carmel, California?
76429. Martin Milner's daughter once appeared in an episode of the show "Adam-12" in which Martin starred. What is his daughter's name, what is the name of the episode and what year was it?
76430. The inventor of the Treo and Palm Pilot has announced he has created this "first new item"?
76431. Where can you experience a simulated earthquake in San Francisco?
76432. What is the Q Continuum?
76433. What type of wood was the cross that Christ was crucified on?
76434. When did domestic cats first come to the New World?
76436. Have any women ever been awarded the US Congressional Medal of Honor?
76439. Celine Dion is three months younger than her step-son. What is his name?
76440. What Yankees star caused Phil Rizzuto to note, "Sweet refers to his swing, not his personality"?
76442. What top 10 hit was actually an adaptation of a Chuck Berry hit?
76443. Who won the talk show host four times in a row on the Daytime Emmy Awards after Oprah stopped running?
76444. Do you know what was the screen surname of the film actress that was the subject of a 1986 song recorded by Suzanne Vega?
76445. What talk show host's first entertainer job was at Disney World dressed in a Tigger costume?
76446. What was Faith Hill?s debut album in late 1993?
76447. Who decides when to make a new word? For example the word "bling-bling" was added as a word to the dictionary. Who said "it's a new word"?
76448. What famous musician and tie designer was born in San Francisco in 1942?
76449. What two actors link "The Twilight Zone" and "3rd Rock from the Sun" and how?
76451. What government outfit did congressman James Traficant accuse of being "bankrolled by the mob" in 2000?
76452. A famous telescope and a top British swimmer of the 80's; What same name is shared by these two?
76454. What is the highest score in an Arena Football League game in history?
76456. The Human Development Index is a list made by the United Nations. It is supposed to show which countries are the best to live in. Which countries have topped the list?
76458. Name the place where Indian Currency is printed?
76459. Which is the only country to have supported India in all its foreign policies and never gets praised for it and does not get any media coverage as India's strategic partner? Why is this so?
76460. Which French film actor, who was born May 1903, shares his name with Gordon Banks' nickname?
76462. What is the fastest flying animal?
76463. Is it coincidence that the piano riffs of Tony Bennett's "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" and Johnny Mathis' "It's Not For Me To Say" are practically the same?
76464. Does anybody have any information on Debbie Bello? I think she's a talent agent in the Buffalo, New York area.
76465. How many songs has George Strait recorded?
76466. What is the name of the colourless liquid hydrocarbon used in making synthetiicresins?
76467. What is the name of an indigenous people of Northern Siberia?
76468. What happens to acetylcholine after it has interacted with receptors on the post-synaptic neuron during exchange of signal from neuron to neuron?
76469. The Eagles album 'One of These Nights' was released in 1975 in what month?
76470. Who played Sasquatch in 'Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny'?
76472. Who was the French head of state who in the 19th century actively influenced the course of art history by authorising a special alternative exhibition for so-called "Rejected Artists," among whom Edouard Manet?
76473. This Egyptian lady, now venerated by a certain religion, underwent unique oral tortures that have made her the patron saint of a certain modern profession. Not a few offices practicing this profession display interesting, but possibly disturbing to patrons, posters of the lady on ther walls. Who was she, and can you provide an illustration of her?
76474. In 'Sweet Valley University' what happened to Liz and Tom/Jessica and Nick in the books after book 40?
76475. Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails produced the soundtrack to which film?
76476. Which fast food chain ended a popular ad campaign due to a presidential candidate?
76478. Is the case of Jack the Ripper still open, so if Scotland Yard was to discover some new incriminating evidence they could in theory declare the case solved?
76481. Is JoAnne Garcia a mother?
76483. How are donkeys and mules alike and how are they different?
76484. I want to go see my favorite sport live in action, I just can't decide if I should attend an event in Australia in March or Brazil in October. What is this sport?
76485. Founded in 1982, and still laughing. It has featured Potato Salad, Donkey and an eBay potato chip buyer! Located in a Hot city! What is is?
76486. What was the eventual fate of the ship 'Mayflower'?
76490. Connectors, Mavens and Salesmen are identified as three types of people who have the power to produce social epidemics in what book? Who is this book written by?
76491. Why are saltwater fish more colorful, in general, than freshwater fish?
76494. Which one would cool down faster: a 100ml of hot water, a 300ml of hot water or a 500ml of hot water?
76495. Animal Planet just put up a random trivia quote saying a wolf's howl doesn't echo. Is that really true or is it like a duck's quack that echoes at a frequency so low we humans just can't hear it?
76496. What does Plato equate beauty with in his 'Symposium'?
76497. Who said, "Do not multiply entities beyond necessity"?
76498. Which artist has a famous work situated at Roden Crater?
76499. What is the pilometer reflex, and what activates it?