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Questions From Feb 28 07
76501. Why does the Spanish written language use upside down question marks at the start of question sentences?
76503. Jim Carrey wrote himself a check for what huge amount and kept it in his wallet until he earned that amount for 'The Cable Guy' (1996)?
76504. Keith urban has a cover song of a Steelers Wheel song on which album, and what is the name of the song?
76505. Who, as an army sergeant, claimed to have seen Amelia Earhart's "lost" Lockheed Electra on Saipan in 1944?
76506. What major cable network squeezed out a polka festival for its first try at ?original? programming?
76507. Is bottled water or tap water better for you in the average American home?
76509. Is it true that water coming out of sewage treatment plants is used for other purposes?
76510. What is the molecule of water?
76513. What is a synonym for the word malevolent?
76514. Which suffix means one connected with; -ose, -al, -ar, or -an?
76515. What month is often said to come in like a lion and go out like a lamb?
76516. Is there a law in the United States prohibiting the burial of expensive jewelery (diamonds) with the deceased? If so, when was it passed?
76517. Can anyone tell me the English name of the modern country in which the ancient seaport once called Sidon is found?
76518. What is the name of Howie Day's second album released in October, 2003?
76519. What album did Eric Clapton release in March of 1975?
76520. Who penned 1,300 pages documenting the Holocaust while languishing in an Israeli prison?
76521. This company has been saving lives for 77 years. Take two and call me in the morning! What is it?
76524. In the British comedy series "Only Fools and Horses" Del Boy could be heard to exclaim "Gordon Bennett" on a number of occasions, but who was Gordon Bennett?
76525. In the Augustana video for 'Boston' what is the third bandmate to show up playing his instrument in the ocean?
76526. Is it true that the bodyguard of the President of India consists of three men from three communities which are Jats, Sikhs, and Rajputs only? Why not other communities? What is the reason behind this?
76527. Why is Gabon not high on the list of most travellers' itinerary? Is it because Visas are difficult to obtain?
76529. What's the surname of the nineteeth century British publisher who was the first publisher of a clerical directory of facts about the Anglican clergy, the name by which this work is still informally known?
76530. What tennis great of the '60s and '70s quit softball as a kid because her dad thought it unladylike?
76532. Where did Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman go for a private honeymoon away from the prying eyes of the paparazzi?
76533. Are there scientific studies that prove or disprove the saying "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb" or vice versa?
76534. Mentioned in antiquity by a comic dramatist known for his involvement in a somewhat 'mystical' religious festival, it is also featured in an Old English nursery rhyme, and is commonly prepared as a staple multicultural dish. What is it, who was the playwright, and what linguistic idiom does it also refer?
76535. Who invented Post-It Notes, where and when?
76537. Does anyone know just where exactly Alan Shepard's famous golf ball landed, and exactly how far away it was from where he made the swing?
76538. What is the greatest distance that any astronaut has gone away from his or her spacecraft during an EVA? EVAs on the Moon also count.
76539. What is a savant?
76540. What is the name of the man Rosa Parks refused to give her seat to?
76541. Has anyone heard of a book or part of the bible named Jezz.kah?
76543. Who sold his shadow in what book?
76545. Which Christian saint's feast is indirectly associated with Beltane Eve?
76546. What English admiral was, according to a French author, executed in order to "encourage the others"?
76547. A young woman was a pioneer in a profession up until then deemed the exclusive domain of men. Later in her career she was influential in the passage of a act named for a senator from Alabama that permitted women in that newly opened profession to be commissioned as officers in the armed services. Who starred in the movie that told, in Hollywood's normal garbled fashion, her story?
76548. Which is the largest bi-national metropolitan area on the US ? Mexico border?
76549. In what part of the world might an "English soup" actually be a type of dessert?
76550. How many goals did Alex Ferguson score whilst playing for Glasgow Rangers between 1967 and 1969?
76552. What became the first team to win the Stanley Cup its first season in a new city in 1996?
76553. I need to know the professional surname of the veteran TV presenter who in 2003 published her first novel called 'A Secret Life'?
76554. Jennifer Tilly is half Caucasian and half what other race?
76557. What movie opens with a 24-minute sequence on Omaha Beach?
76558. What is the name of the restaurant Toby Keith has opened in Oklahoma City?
76561. What would happen if the earth were not tilted?
76562. Today is St. David's day. In honor of him what town in Wales was he born in?
76563. In the Iron Maiden video for 'Different World' when the main character looks into the crystal ball he sees the ocean with what flying in the air?
76564. What general sent a battalion to save a herd of Lippizaner horses in World War II?
76565. Sometimes called Persian Lamb, what's the alternative name given to what was originally the fleece of the karakul lamb of Russia, and used as a trimming until the late 19th century?
76566. What Buck Owens' hit written by Johnny Russell and Voni Morrison was covered by the Beatles?
76569. USA television: Last night on the special two-hour season premiere of The CW's hit reality series 'America's Next Top Model' what wardrobe did the Top Model contestants wear for their first runway challenge?
76570. Which luxurious lodging doubled as the Saint Gregory Hotel in the RV series "Hotel"?
76571. Which member of Metallica designed their new Metallica star symbol?
76573. What Formula 1 team is Shell a major sponsor of?
76574. According to the Doobie Brothers, around what major city is 'China Grove' located?
76575. In the first movie "The Godfather" when Sonny was shot outside of the toll booth, how many times was he shot at? I have heard two figures, but want proof somewhere.
76577. This Prince of a man shares my special day and he is all that! March 8th is the day. Who is he?
76578. What song written by Bob Marley was also covered by Eric Clapton and rapper Warren G.?
76579. Who is called the Stephen King of Japan?
76580. At 19 Faith Hill quit college and moved where to make it as a singer?
76581. The lead singer for this band once was a member of a band named Rock Candy. Who is the lead singer and what band did he leave Rock Candy for?
76584. This band formed in 1984 in Paramus, NJ and released a self titled debut album in 1990 which attained gold status and a place on the Billboard 200. Three minor hits were spawned from the album and embraced by MTV.
They released another album two years later but they had fizzled. They released one more album of cover songs in 1994. Shortly after the band split up. Who were they?
76585. How many different tablecloths were used on the Reba show?
76586. How many times has Texas been obliged to change its capital?
76589. Which Disney film is the song "Can't Help Falling In Love With You" in?
76590. What exactly is a "smell"?
76592. On average, how many Boy Scouts become Eagle Scouts in a year?
76593. What interesting object, well over 350 years old, has recently been uncovered (literally) in a small, out-of-the-way church somewhere in Europe?
76594. How old was Gallant Fox, the second Triple Crown winner, when he died?
76595. When is the best time and season to look at the stars?
76598. Who was the first metal band?
76602. Can someone describe to me the homeostatic mechanism which controls testosterone levels in the body?
76603. In Akon's video for "Smack That" what color is Akon's Lamborghini?
76604. What was the first book published in England?
76605. Listen as the wind blows, and the mice run out to play! This author was born on March 8th. Who is it?
76606. In Bam's 'Unholy Union' Bam mentions that he got a new Lamborghini. What type of Lamborghini is it?
76607. For how long has the magazine Popular Science been published?
76608. What honorary title is given to daughters of male descendants of the Islamic prophet Muhammed through his grandsons who were sons of his daughter Fatima?
76609. Is there a technical difference between the terms torero, toreador and matador?
76610. What ingredient is it that gives trout cooked "au bleu" its typical bluish colour?
76611. How old was Jesus Christ when he died?
76612. In the 30 Seconds To Mars video for 'From Yesterday' what is the drummer practicing on while in the dressing room?
76614. What is the name of the rarest tree used to make incense in the Orient?
76615. Which word comes to us from the Greek term for a "heap"?
76616. Which team has the record for winning the most number of Super Bowls?
76617. Who won a 1999 Oscar playing a role Kate Winslet turned down?
76618. What future president was the chief U.S. minister to France during the French Revolution?
76619. What did some NHL players start wearing after Bill Masterton's on-ice fatality in 1968?
76620. In the front cover of Jason Michael Carroll's CD "Waitin' In The Country" what does Jason tell Mark that he thinks the title of the album should have been?
76621. Could anyone please tell me what the fear of Hippos is called?
76625. Who is the bassist for the Goo Goo Dolls?
76626. Which Hank Williams song became a number one hit only when his son recorded it?
76627. Kristin Kreuk has what color belt in karate?
76628. What is the name of Rascal Flatts second album which appeared in October 2002?
76629. Can anyone think of a 4 letter word that can follow bad, pot, big, long and dead to make two-word terms?
76630. What is the current best selling toothpaste on the market?
76631. In the Meat Loaf video for 'It's All Coming Back To Me Now' what falls off the table and shatters on the floor?
76635. As a leader in the first Congresses he drafted many basic laws and was responsible for the first ten amendments to the Constitution, and thus he is known as the "Father of the Bill of Rights." Who is he?
76636. What is the name of Usher?s sophomore album?
76638. According to Dire Straits in "Walk of Life" what is Johnny doing?
76640. The 85 mph speedometer that the DeLorean had was incorrect. What was the actual top speed of the DeLorean DMC-12?
76641. Is hair transplantation and hair weaving the same thing?
76643. Is it true that the world's biggest pyramid is in Mexico?
76644. What is the capital city of Zimbabwe?
76645. How did the barons force King John to sign the Magna Carta?
76648. In what year did the NCAA first make it acceptable to use metal bats in U.S. college baseball?
76649. You use this proverb to say that it is better to spend a little time to deal with problems right now than wait.
What is it, and when did it originate?
76650. What caused the infamous hooded racist group, the Ku Klux Klan, to choose that as their name?
76651. Are there any languages other than Spanish and Portuguese in which you address a gentleman by calling him "an older person"?
76652. When did "bobbleheads" first come into being?
76653. What genre of music are The Ramones classified as?
76657. What do Neneh Cherry and the rock group Mr. Big have in common?
76659. The original album art of what Aerosmith album was changed after it angered some Hindus, who felt the artwork was offensive?
76660. Whose presidential heads are on Mount Rushmore?
76661. What singer/songwriter popular in the mid 70s has a stage name the same as a fictional advertising character created in the early 1900s for the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad?
76662. When Bam Margera breaks his tailbone in the "bucket cars" skit, what song is playing in the background?
76664. What "Surf City" duo lured men to California with the promise of "two girls for every boy"?
76665. Who was the only US president that was born on July 4th?
76667. "Haffely, gaffely, gaffely, gonward!" is a famous line in English, but has been distorted. What is this kind of distortion called?
76668. In what Italian town did the name of a local coin become the generic name for a newssheet because the coin was exactly the amount you had to pay for that kind of proto-newspaper?
76669. What liqueur was originally made in a town that is now in Poland, has a German name and contains little harmless bits of precious metal suspended in it?
76670. What term for a "swelling in the landscape" derives from the same Latin rootword as a term for a hopefully not malicious "swelling in the human body"?
76671. What type of cat is worth the most money?
76672. Robin Williams broke a fellow actor's nose while filming a movie. Whose nose was it?
76677. What would happen if you put gasoline in a diesel engine, or vice versa? How soon after putting the fuel in would you have problems?
76678. Has anyone ever challenged in court the provision in the U.S. Constitution which says candidates for President must be at least 35 years old?
76679. Besides being of the hard rock/metal genre what do the bands Dokken, Whitesnake and Winger all have in common?
76680. What is a "charity stripe"?
76681. Is Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley any relation to Buzzcocks vocalist Pete Shelley?
76683. Who was the first US president to be sworn in by a woman?
76685. Does anyone know what pusillanimous means, or am I the only one in the world?
76686. Is that hollow square seen at the end of some magazine articles just called "square" or does it have another name?
76688. Archaeologists in a European country have recently made a poignant discovery, not far from the setting of Shakespeare's most romantic play. What is it, and can you find me a picture of it?
76689. Is "pi" circumfrence divided by diameter, or diameter divided by circumfrence?
76690. Bee keepers use smoke to calm "angry" bees so the keepers can take honey from the hive. How does the smoke cause the bees to relax?
76692. What Italian dessert contains chocolate, mascarpone and liqueuer and has a name that sounds like an invitation to be picked up?
76693. What happened to Hitler's suicide gun (luger)?
76694. Is it true that the oldest zoo in the world is in Vienna?
76695. In 1971 Dave Webb had to play in goal for Chelsea v Ipswich as Peter Bonetti was held up on the motorway. But was this the only time he played in goal for them, not being a regular goalkeeper?
76696. What energy source makes Reykjavik, Iceland, one of the world's cleanest cities?
76698. What speechwriter put the phrase 'pusillanimous pussyfooters' in Spiro Agnew's mouth?
76699. I recently read 'No Country for Old Men', a delightful little romp (yeah, sure) by Cormac McCarthy. Despite the high body count it was a good read. Who did he get the title from?
76700. This particular term originated from an item worn by a French king, which is, in fact, a literal translation, however there is no English tantamount. It became popular due to its appearance in a work of fiction depicting a certain real life dramatist with an oversized body part. What is the word, who was the king, and who was the temerarious hero depicted in the play?
76701. What materials are used to make plastic?
76702. What tower on the World Federation of Great Towers list has sculptures of crawling babies attached to the tower's pillars?
76703. What tower on the World Federation of Great Towers list offers the highest bungee jumping in the world from the tower's outer rim?
76704. With what famous reply did a Roman Emperor shrug off the criticism that imposing taxes on public commodities such as urinals was undignified?
76705. What is the correct term for the group of learned people in a Muslim country who are recognized as
the country's specialists in Islamic law and theology?
76706. During the French Revolution executions and certain meetings had to be public to be legal. For that reason certain women were paid to attend. What nickname did they earn themselves by the way in which they killed time?
76707. What horror film's character whacked 124 people in nine movies between 1980 and 2000?
76708. Who portrayed Ororo Munroe in 'X-Men'?
76709. What was the last city in major league baseball to announce a team's lanceurs and receveurs?
76710. What band had two albums on the Billboard chart's top 10 at the same time in the 80's - 90's?
76711. Is a bubble liquid, solid, or gas?
76712. Who was the first and only Secretary to the Continental and Confederation Congresses?
76713. What is the only country which is considered by both the Equator and Tropic of Capricorn?
76714. Is it true that ice-cream was invented in China?
76715. Name the four types of death?
76716. What was Signora Toffana famous (or infamous) for?
76717. Who was the fisherman from China, considered the greatest Zen master of all time?
76718. What is the average income for both men and women in the United States?
76723. Jack White appeared as a mandolin player in what film?
76725. Is Corbin Bleu in "The Suite Life Of Zach and Cody?"
76726. What is a near-death experience?
76728. What percentage of women taking a Home Pregnancy Test want a positive result?
76729. Is there any trustworthy evidence that Johannes Gutenberg was aware of printing by movable type in the Far East and/or made use of those Far Eastern inventions?
76730. What causes static electricity to build up in your home?
76731. Posthumously developed, this linguistic stress-free 'invention' was contrived and attributed to a Nobel Prize winner who met his demise in the garden. A competition was held to devise this creation and the winning entry was then established into one of the works the Nobel Prize winner was famous for. What is it, who was it attributed to and what was the famous work?
76732. What is the song, and the woman who sings it, in those Double Tree Hotel ads?
76733. How did Eddie, the wrestler, die?
76734. Are syzygy and lunar eclipse tantamount terms?
76735. Which opera did Theodor W. Adorno say was the perfect opera?
76736. With what French word for a "pack of dogs" did Voltaire express that during his stay in Holland he had, apart from canals and ducks, only seen rabble?
76737. The book 'International Cloud Atlas' written by Luke Howard is the source for what famous saying?
76738. Which title links a work by a famous relative of a former Shrewsbury School headmaster and the first Academy Awards ceremony?
76739. To settle an argument, was Inspector Morse ever seen actually paying for a pint of beer in the UK TV series? [and I need a link to a reliable source for this one]
76740. Who has been a title character of the greatest number of published novels?
76741. In Calgary, Alberta, what do the numbers on signal hill mean?
76742. In most western cultures "rat tat a tat tat...tat tat" is used when people knock on a door. Does anyone know the origin or explanation of this?
76743. What is the origin of the word Arms at the end of pub names in the UK and here in Australia, such as Settlers Arms, etc.?
76744. Why does it feel like you have tiny cuts on your tongue when you eat sour candy?
76745. Who are Kagan, Ozment and Turner?
76746. What Italian word for cured belly of pork is clearly related to an English word for a potbelly or protruding belly?
76747. What mafia-related word for "keeping silent" is derived from an Italian word for "humility", knowing your place and knowing when to keep your lips tight?
76748. After which victorious battle did Julius Caesar, if we can believe his biographers, declare that he came, saw and conquered?
76749. What founding father was the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company almost named after?
76750. What NHL team reunited Wayne Gretzky with Mark Messier in 1996?
76752. What causes tornados?
76753. How are pencils made?
76754. What Ridley Scott movie is set in 180 A.D.?
76755. In the beginning of the Beatles video for 'Within You Without You/Tomorrow Never Knows' John tells you to do what?
76756. What AMC award did Kenny Chesney win in 2002?
76757. What television show ended on St. Patrick's Day 1978 after an eleven year run with over 280 shows and its star being honored with twenty-two Emmys? Extra credit if you can tell me what brought on the longest laugh from the audience in the studio during the history of this show?
76758. In the Disturbed video for 'Land of Confusion' what is the last flag that we see on the army uniform's sleeve?
76759. What is the name of Pamela Anderson's second child?
76762. What is the name of the P.O.D. album released in 2003?
76763. When casting was open for the role of Jeannie for "I Dream of Jeannie" what was the one specific rule that Sidney Sheldon expressed and why?
76764. This well-known Doo Wop group released their first big hit in 1956. The same group re-recorded the same song in 1967 with a somewhat more contemporary arrangement. This second version of the song was also a hit in 1967. Who was this group, and what was the title of the song?
76770. What is the rock group Kiss' highest charting single to date, what album was it released on and what number did it reach on the Billboard? How many years was it before Kiss had another top 10 hit, what song was it and what number did it reach on the Billboard?
76771. Where are most of the world's pineapples grown?
76772. Is it true that cars are forbidden on Mackinac Island?
76773. The origins of this term may involve a tactic associated with a sport now deplored by many, but we know it today primarily as a sometimes irritating literary plot device -- one most likely to appear in a mystery or thriller. What is it, and can you name a character in recent bestseller who not only functions as one of these but who also bears a name that is more or less a translation of the term in a Romance language?
76774. Who is the group and what is the title of the first heavy metal album to debut at number one on the Billboard charts?
76777. Which First Lady started the "Beautification of America" project, one of the first national environmental programs?
76779. What is the name of the guitarist for Hoobastank?
76781. Who died in 1994 shortly after telling Rolling Stone, "I'm a much happier guy than a lot of people think I am"?
76782. Who formed the band Linkin Park?
76783. Who was the true author of the Hitler Diaries?
76784. What specifically links a film made famous for its torrid affair between an actress and the producer which resulted in a public scandal involving a US politician, and a little boy named after the seed of a tree native to the Iberian Peninsula, and how is it pertinent to a current event?
76785. What is the most northern point of Neverland?
76787. How are Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal related?
76788. What was the first manga published in 'Shonen Jump'?
76789. Is the abacus the first hand held computer?
76791. Which current president's full name, in Roman script, runs to 39 letters?
76792. Who coined the phrase "Fate is a cruel mistress"?
76793. "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" was popularized by what singer?
76795. How many glasses of milk does a cow give during her lifetime?
76796. Which car is the cheapest to purchase (stock) that originates from the UK?
76797. What agave-based alcoholic beverage got its name from the Nahuatl Mexican Indians who called it a rotten drink?
76798. What UK based car company sells the cheapest cars?
76799. Who is the author and what is the title of the work hidden in the self-reflexive anagram: der Angelus Satanas?
76800. In the 1800s pitching the stumps at cricket is how we got the name pitch but in which year was it extended to football: 1870, 1892, 1900 or 1910?
76801. What two child stars co-starred in the first Lassie movie?
76802. Which current Beastie Boy was the last to join the trio?
76803. What was Peter Pan looking for when he stumbled into Wendy's room?
76804. What Air Supply song was the only song they had to reach number one on the charts?
76805. My question has to do with homeostasis. We sweat in order to dissipate heat and cool off. We shiver in order to generate heat and keep warm. What homeostatic system is this keeping balanced?
76806. Who was crowned California Artichoke Queen by the Kiwanis Club in Watsonville in 1948?
76807. Does anyone know what the lead instrument of the orchestra is?
76808. In The Police video for 'Don't Stand So Close To Me' what do we see Sting wearing on his head?
76809. In the 1960s sitcom "Gilligan's Island" Thurston Howell, III always called his wife "Lovey". What was Mrs. Howell's real first name and what was her maiden last name?
76810. What is the name of Gretchen Wilson?s debut album?
76811. What is the name of Shania Twain's first child?
76812. What former U.S. President, when not beaning spectators, managed to score three hole-in-ones?
76814. What is ophidiophobia?
76815. How many murders in the past 20 years have occured within US Postal facilities?
76816. Whose world record in the decathlon was smashed by Tomas Dvorak in 1999?
76817. This word is a 34 letter word, and it happens to be the name of a very popular Mary Poppins song. What is the word?
76819. Is blood really blue when it's inside you and just turns red when it touches oxygen?
76821. Are Titania and Oberon married in the beginning of the play "A Midsummer Night's Dream"?
76822. Why do our eyes water when we choke?
76823. Is Berwick-Upon-Tweed in Scotland or England?
76824. How do you safely and easily clean a computer keyboard?
76825. What constitutes calling someone a serial killer?
76826. What eventually happened to the Philistines, are they still around today?
76829. Who is Clyde Crashcup, and what was the name of his assistant?
76830. Is there a phobia for the fear of of hurting/slitting your achilles tendon? If so, what is it?
76831. Tonight, I'm cooking a dish that takes its name from a foreign word implying that it should be served cold, because that is the appetizer version best known to speakers of this language. However, the version I'm preparing, closely associated with speakers of yet another tongue, is a main dish baked and served hot. What am I making, and can you name a tongue-in-cheek horror film in the title of which this delicious item figures?
76833. What was Justin Timberlake's paternal grandfather's name?
76834. How is Valentine's Day celebrated in Mexico?
76837. What substitution was made for the first time in the football World Cup in l994 game between Bulgaria and Mexico?
76838. Have there ever been any human settlements in the center of Greenland?
76839. What military character was created by a New Zealand born cartoonist as a satire on a certain irascible and pompous style of British jingoism?
76840. Who was the royal designer of a certain type of headgear that during and after the First World War became a symbol of German militarism, although from a military point of view it had not proved quite practical?
76841. What French soup is closely related in name and taste to Italian pesto?
76842. In Australia are the months of late December, January, February, and most of March considered the summer, or do they call their hot season winter?
76845. Who said, "Souls take pleasure in becoming moist"?
76846. Which term did Aristophanes use to designatae a 'muddied-minded' person?
76847. Which person is often seen with a lion whilst perusing the text of the 'tres linguae sacrae' and which was he known for?
76848. Who said, "We are all simply very small drops in a very large bucket"?
76849. Metallica toured alongside which heavy metal act in support of Master of Puppets?
76850. When did Carrie Underwood sing the National Anthem at the All Stars Game?
76851. Who was the first golfer to win all four modern-day Grand Slam events?
76852. What 60s group did Bachman-Turner Overdrive evolve from?
76853. Which Aaron Spelling series filled 300 hours of prime-time air?
76854. What domestic animal did ancient Egyptians call Bast, a goddess of the home and a goddess of war?
76855. Who invented the first bra?
76856. What does it say on the guitar that Gretchen Wilson is holding inside the booklet of her CD 'All Jacked Up'?
76857. What is the name of Nelly Furtado's daughter?
76858. "Henry" is the title character from the comic strip of the same name created by cartoonist Carl Anderson. Henry appeared in only one animated cartoon. Who is the cartoon character that he appeared with?
76859. In Montgomery Gentry's "Some People Change" CD booklet, what county rebels are always "something to be proud of"?
76860. Why do people have five toes on each foot?
76861. What is the largest waterfall in the world, both in width and height?
76862. Bonnie Raitt was ranked what number on VH1's 100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll?
76863. What was Bowling for Soup?s 2000 major-label debut?
76864. What is the greatest distance that ever separated an astronaut from his/her spacecraft on an EVA in space? (This also includes EVAs on the Moon.)
76866. From 'The Archies', what was Jug Head's real name?
76867. Is it true that in the United States, when plastic or metal cans and bottles are recycled, the caps and lids are not recycled along with the rest of the item?
76868. What Academy Award winning actress' image appeared on the Coppertone Sun Tan Oil bottles in the 1960's?
76869. What is refraction?
76870. How much would I expect to pay for a Palomino Paint mare who is well rounded, fertile, and gentle?
76871. Who holds the record for reciting the most digits in pi?
76872. To whom does Kellie Pickler send out a special thanks on her album 'Small Town Girl'?
76874. What's the name of the stadium where Kellie Pickler kicks a field goal?
76875. We've all had the very annoying experience of having a piece of music stuck in our heads. By what literal translation of a European word is this maddening phenomenon known, and by what word in another European language is such a translation called? By the way, any solutions for the "stuck song" problem will be greatly appreciated.
76877. Can anyone tell me which book and author based on initials is represented by: "An EH of E by B". It is the last question on a quiz I need.
Rules: It is a well known or classic book. Names as written on the cover of the book i.e.. some initials acceptable.
76880. How many days are in a Chinese Calendar year?
76881. On the show 'Malcolm in the Middle' did the main character's family have a last name or is it so obvious I'm just not thinking of it?
76882. What were Gilligan and the Professor's full names on the television show "Gilligan's Island"?
76885. In what country is most of Turkey, Europe or Asia?
76886. The instrumental part of the Supertramp song 'Child of Vision' is the theme music of what extremely popular game show which aired in Yugoslavia throughout the 1980s and the 1990s?
76888. Is there any difference between a rebbe and a rabbi?
76889. What bird of great gastronomic reputation got its name from a Latin word for gardener?
76890. Question #50412 I think is wrong. After extensive research I can find no record of Errol Flynn representing the British in the 1928 Olympics in boxing even after emailing the Boxing Association.
76891. What Portuguese word for an inn or hotel derives from a Latin word for interrupting your work or a trip in order to have a short rest or pause?
76892. Who composed the music for 150 songs featuring Hal David lyrics?
76893. Is a Helium cylinder heavier when full or when empty?
76894. What character's voice did Farrah Fawcett dub in the 1998 animated film "The Little Toaster Goes To Mars?"
76895. What was the original name of the British pop group Oasis?
76896. What did Pittsburgh Pirate great Bill Mazeroski do that his teammate and fellow Baseball Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente refused to do in the 1968 film "The Odd Couple"?
76897. Sugar that is labeled 4X is fine; 6X is very fine. What is the X-rating for ultrafine or superfine sugar?
76899. In the Kiss video "Psycho Circus" what is jumping around on the huge computer animated hand?
76902. What name for a dessert with curd, cheese, dried fruit, nuts and spice got its name from the Russian
name for Easter?
76904. Why don't penguins' feet freeze?
76905. What year was Dierks Bentley?s self titled debut album released?
76907. Whose curse got its start in 1922 when Lord Cararvon died of an infection after nicking himself shaving in Egypt?
76908. What is the name of Keanu Reeves' step-father?
76909. What two Lynyrd Skynyrd songs were featured in the film 'Forrest Gump'?
76910. What is the name of the Indian princess that was kidnapped by Hook in 'Peter Pan'?
76911. What is an antonym of the word 'admonish' out of warn, caution, counsel, or commend?
76912. Out of terrible, infinite, and nice, which one is not an example of a weak word that should be avoided in writing?
76913. Of jolt, tranquilize, or perturb, which word is an antonym of the word 'agitate'?
76915. Who is the lead vocalist for the Goo Goo Dolls?
76916. Are the Young Avengers from the '616' main Marvel Universe or are they members from alternate dimensions?
76918. What's the difference between a burrito and an enchilada?
76920. Why are "polar bear" swimmers permitted to jump into freezing waters, couldn't they easily die from hypotherma?
76921. Brad and Angelina are adopting a baby from what Asian country?
76922. Did Buster Douglas win any significant fights after he beat Mike Tyson?
76923. What Pink Floyd or Pink Floyd member's album had to be re-recorded because it didn't sound "Floyd" enough?
76925. What caused the bump on top of Dr. Joshua
A. Perper's head?
76926. Which Greek goddess' name etymologically meant 'pure' and 'butcher' all in the same name?
76927. Who embodied the concept of truth in Zorastrianism?
76928. Who was the Japanese god and judge in its mythical concept of Hell?
76929. In Iranian mythology, what is the name of the bridge a deceased person needs to cross-over in order to escape the pit of eternal torment?
76931. What female jockey rode her first winner at Tampa Bay Downs in 1983?
76932. What NHL player played for three different teams in three years and led each team in scoring?
76933. Who does the voice of Mr. Krabs in the TV series 'SpongeBob SquarePants'?
76934. Are the little boy with the frizzy hair in the movie 'Honey' and the bear-cub called Koda in the Disney film 'Brother Bear' played by the same person?
76936. In the movie 'SLC Punk' how did Heroin Bob get his nickname, or why was he called that?
76937. According to Data of 'Star Trek: Next Generation' what is the size of a Borg Scout Cube in weight measurement?
76938. What is the first spoken line in the movie "The Princess Bride"?
76940. I heard that there are dogs that are bigger than lions and live in small parts of Africa. Is this true?
76941. Which movie features a cop, a math whiz, a building designer, a doctor, an escape master and a disabled man?
76942. Who is the only official member of Nine Inch Nails?
76943. On a pirate ship, what are the four parts of the shroud called?
76945. What geologic era are we in right now?
76946. What country controls the Falkland Islands?
76947. Is a tawny frog mouth an owl?
76948. What is the name for a Japanese three-stringed guitar?
76949. What is the green paste-like condiment traditionally served with raw fish dishes in Japan?
76950. What is a term for traditional Japanese garb?
76951. Which is the northernmost of Japan's four main islands?
76952. Why do bishops wear funny shaped hats?
76953. What is the westernmost point in the UK, including Northern Ireland?
76954. Apart from Pidgin, American and other forms, what is the closest language to English, in vocabulary and grammar, as well as the spoken sound?
76955. What horror film fixture took out insurance against premature aging from his fright make-up, in 1931?
76956. What is Bob Seger's birthday?
76957. What was Georgia-born John Berry?s 1993 debut single and video with Liberty Records?
76958. Whose first five months in the US attracted a daily average of 222 news stories, printed or aired in 1999 and 2000?
76959. Celine Dion has homes in Las Vegas and where?
76960. What is the part of the sole between the heel and ball of the foot called?
76962. What is the name of the stadium where Kellie kicks a field goal in the 'Red High Heels' video?
76964. What is the Central Limit Theorem in statistics and did I spell it right?
76965. Where were the Olympics in 1990?
What symbol did Carl Diem dream up to give the 1936 Berlin Olympics ?an ancient aura??
76969. What award winning band has a song co-written by a relative of the inventor of Daylight Savings Time?
76970. Besides Roman Catholicism what other Christian denominations or non-Christian religions require that their ministers be celibate?
76971. What elements are present in the composition of human sweat?
76972. When does a soup become a potage?
76973. To what type of countries does the Vatican send a pro-nuncio rather than a nuncio?
76974. What music term simply means twitching, pinching and refers to the way the strings of a violin are touched?
76975. What song contains "Turn around, brown eyes"?
76976. What is the name of all of Celine Dion's brothers and sisters?
Who is the lead vocalist for Rage Against the Machine?
76979. What is the Arcanum?
76980. In which PHR (Pre-Hyrulian) did the three godesses, Din, Nayru, and Farore descend from the heavens?
76982. What is the significance of the number 666?
76983. What is the Indo-European root where the terms sky and god originated?
76984. What are the fallen angels (asuras) collectively called? They had similar traits to Lucifer, i.e. wings, claws, etc.
76985. Where did the modern mythical notion of the Devil having a pitchfork come from?
76986. What is the Hebrew term for the power of horns seen on D.M.'s Moses called?
76988. What symbol did Carl Diem dream up to give the 1936 Berlin Olympics "an ancient aura"?
76989. Does Tommy Lee have a Starbucks coffee shop in his house?
76990. Featuring in a book with a largish numerical title, it may have originated after a month of a the year in some languages and after a currency bearing the Son of God in another. What is it, and what famous example of its usage can be found in the Catalan culture?
76992. How many years have Tim McGraw and Faith Hill been married?
76993. Name three current English football league managers who have won European Cup winners' medals?
76996. During the "roller bobby" skit, what song is playing in the background?
76997. Who is the band playing in the warehouse montage scene of the movie 'Big Fat Liar' and what is the song?
76998. If you shot a "Portsmouth Round" what are you indulging in?
76999. In the 'good ole days' when it was common for cigarette companies to advertise their product, who was the first to use a woman in its marketing message and what was the caption?