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Questions From Mar 29 07
78001. Taproot sent their demo tape to what other band in 1998?
78003. How many metric tons of gold does America own?
78004. What U.S. president, when handed a Romanian flag with a hole where the communist emblem had been, burled, "Thanks for the poncho"?
78005. What does the internal environment consist of in human biology?
78007. How many jelly beans fit into a 60 ounce jar?
78008. In The Police video for "Don't Stand So Close Me" what B word can we see written on the black board?
78009. What is the name of Celine Dion?s brand of perfume?
78010. What golfer began the final round of the 1999 British Open 10 strokes off the lead, but then won?
78011. Balls coloured blue, black, yellow and red are used in what game?
78012. Who has waxed more gold and platinum albums than any other solo female artist?
78013. Who was the first woman to run a mile in under 5 minutes?
78014. What Gary Allen video featured an actress he ended up marrying?
78016. Why was madcap comedienne Lucille Ball kicked out of drama school in New York City when she was 15?
78017. Who was Johnny Carson's first guest when he took over the Tonight Show on October 1, 1962?
78018. In TV's "Bonanza" series how did each of Ben Cartwright's three wives die?
78019. What was the name of the doomed TV series hosted by Tim Conway that was aired and canceled on the same day, February 5, 1969?
78020. Does anyone know the date in which the Queen visited Blackpool roughly about 20 years ago?
78025. What year did Puerto Rico become a US territory?
78026. Who once said, "The hardest thing in the world to understand is income tax"?
78027. On what TV program did Johnny Carson first team up with Ed McMahon?
78028. Who played Don Johnson's partner in the pilot for the hip TV police drama 'Miami Vice'?
78029. What music video gave viewers a quick peek of Lenny Kravitz?s backside?
78030. Al Capone's business card said he was a used furniture dealer. What did his brother do for a living? Also, how did Al get his famous scar?
78031. Does anyone know this song; It's about trains making connections with each other and ends with the line "can't make connections with a trolley car"?
78032. A famous Stoicist and Neo-Platonist created a system of higher understanding of man by translating the silent symbols of the Gods. What is the name of the system created by these people and who were they?
78033. Why do salt and sugar dissolve in water?
78034. What country music songwriter wrote songs for Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith and Gary Allen?
78035. Which tax havens are there within the EU?
78036. What subtle term was borrowed by English from French for a young woman who involves herself in sexual activity without technically losing her virginity?
78037. Who is the only American political figure to serve as Secretary of three-cabinet posts in a single calendar year?
78038. Who is the 4th century magus that performed feats of magic and miracles that surpassed Jesus' abilities and thus claimed by Diocletian as the true messiah?
78039. What was the name for the magical ostraca used by Dido and other ancient practitioners of magic?
78040. Who was the group of ancient hermits from Alexandria who were known for their 3 axes and three-day fasts?
78042. What pagan holiday did Christmas replace?
78043. The American city New York, is its correct name New York City?
78046. How did the wild man base player from the Sex Pistols get the nickname Syd Vicious?
78048. What does the motto "IBM" mean?
78049. What was the name of the dog that was with Rip Van Winkle when he fell asleep for 20 years?
78050. What book was Mark David Chapman carrying with him when he killed John Lennon on 12/8/80?
78051. What book was once banned by the Eldon, Missouri library because it contained 39 "objectionable" words?
78052. What territories within the EU are not part of the European Customs Union?
78053. What territories outside of the EU are part of the European Customs Union?
78054. How many knights could be seated around King Arthur's Round Table?
78055. What did the letters in the magic words SHAZAM represent in the Captain Marvel comics?
78056. What did Robert Browning use to wean and cure his wife, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, from her addiction to laudanum?
78057. What great writer, shortly before his death at age 90 successfully defended himself against senility charges by reading his lastest work in court?
78058. Why does Mr. Spock of TV's Star Trek have green blood?
78059. How many locks of hair did Delilah have to cut from the mighty Samson's head to render him powerless?
78060. What is a yoctoseconds?
78061. How many windows are there on the 102-sorty Empire State Building?
78062. The Empire State Building on a date in April 2007 will be celebrating a 100 year anniversary, yet the building itself is less than a 100 years old. What is the the actual date, the anniversary and how is it being celebrated?
78063. What director did a walk-on a la Hitchcock in 'Scream 3'?
78064. How many MTV movie awards has Jim Carrey won?
78065. What do Carrie Underwood's fans call themselves?
78066. In the Stone Sour video for 'Silly World' what is the first word that we see fly at us?
78067. How many acts are in the play 'Cymbeline'?
78069. Joe Walsh of The Eagles was born on November 20th of what year?
78070. What did the former Lady Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon become in 1952?
78072. The arrangement of windows on the exterior of your home is one the most defining features of its architecture. This arrangement is called what?
78073. In the Stripped video for Dierks Bently's "Long Trip Alone" what is the drummer drumming with?
78074. What Elton John album was released in 1969?
78075. What golfer got a new hip in 1999, causing him to miss his first Masters in 40 years?
78076. How many types of hepatitis are there?
78081. Because they were so gruesome, the early Christians refused to depict in any way the Crucifixion. When did this change?
78082. Which geographical feature is named after a body part of a 'shaman-like' crone?
78083. Which famous author is technically buried in two places?
78084. Which Southern movie is about a man who rides in a jeep with his horse in a horse trailer; a picture of a horse torso is present on the sides and the back of the trailer?
78085. From which Roman writer did Goethe borrow his material to write the ballad "The Bride of Corinth"?
78086. What do the two colors on the BMW car logo represent?
78087. What is the Greek method of prophesying/augury by observing the manner of bird flight?
78088. Who developed the method of prophesying called scrying?
78089. Kleenex Velvet toilet roll was launched in 1982, but in the last few years is now just called Velvet and owned by SCA hygiene products. It may be obscure but does anyone know why they decided to sell a successful product line rather than keep it going as normal?
78090. What did Napolean destroy that was shaped like an ice cream cone and was rebuilt in 1950?
78091. According to Plutarch, who was considered the "father of scientific daemonology" in ancient Greece?
78092. How do you put out a magnesium fire?
78093. In the song "Frontier Psychiatrist" by the Avalanches, what is the name of the song they sample in the second half, the one where there is Spanish guitars playing arpeggios?
78094. According to legend, who fired the arrow that hit Achilles in the heel, his only vulnerable spot?
78095. How many crisp new dollar bills to the pound?
78096. What unusual use did non-drinker Andy Warhol make of Absolute Vodka, the Swedish liquor for which he and other artists created a series of innovative print ads?
78097. All automaker Henry Ford's cars were black until 1925, when he introduced two new colors. What were they?
78098. Billy Joel has a bust of a composer on his piano during concerts and I can't remember which one? Is it Beethoven or Mozart or someone else?
78099. What is called liquid gold and why?
78100. What recent Grammy Award winner, decades earlier, fronted a Rolling Stone Magazine best band, that was so named, because they wanted to be low down? The band has the same name as a motorcycle gang that has been recently mentioned in numerous newspaper articles. The band was name checked in song named after a fictional relative that was performed/written by someone, who toured in a fair named after medieval legend regarding Adam's wife.
78103. One of my friends is sure the number '37' is 'the most random' number. He says there is actually mathematical proof of this, but I reckon that any number which is 'the most random' is not random anymore. Who is right?
78104. In the Bon Jovi video for 'You Give Love A Bad Name' what is pinned all over the lead guitarist's white jacket?
78106. Where is New York Representative Brian Higgins from?
78108. Where is New York Senator Hilary Clinton from?
78109. Is there a published recipe for the bread used on Wendy's "Frescata Sandwiches"?
78110. In hockey, if a team scores an own goal right off of the opening face off, without a member of the opposing team touching the puck, who would be credited with the goal?
78111. There are a number of iconic, oft-copied and parodied paintings in the world. Who can name two, by the same artist, that have been reproduced in edible materials and also tell me who created them?
78112. What was the first flight instrument ever used in an airplane?
78113. In the movie version of the show "Cats" how can you tell the difference between Quaxo and Mr. Mistoffelees, or is Quaxo not there?
78114. What is a 'fine dining' restaurant?
78115. Which opera features Iatra consulting a mystical object to find out whether or not Poseidon is cheating on her? What is the name of the object which Iatra consults for her advice?
78116. Which country in the world has the most local time zones?
78117. In one of Hieronymus Bosch's paintings, "Extraction of the Stone of Madness" what did the stone represent? After removing this source of madness what was replaced in the patient's head?
78118. What character, in what novel, constantly asks for "a piece of cheese"?
78119. In the Erin Hunter series, what colour eyes does Whitepaw have?
78120. Are the wrestlers Kane and the Undertaker really blood brothers?
78121. What percentage of college basketball players make it to the NBA after college?
78122. Besides the overplayed "Stairway To Heaven" what Led Zeppelin song reached the highest place on the charts?
78123. What is the third most polluted state in the United States?
78124. What famous gangster, posing as a reporter for a detective magazine, convinced some cops to take him on a tour of the weapons arsenal in their police station and later returned to steal everything in it?
78125. In the American system of mathematical progressions, what five denominations come after million, billion and trillion?
78126. How many pages long was John F. Kennedy's will?
78127. What one word was intentionally left out of the movie version of Mario Puzo's novel 'The Godfather' even though this word was the working title of the book?
78128. Who sung the cover of the song "La Mer" for the movie "Mr. Bean's Holiday"?
78129. How did Paul Ganguin symbolistically answer these questions to the title of his painting: "Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?" within that very same painting?
78130. Tulip-head referred to someone who was mad, according to the question #78117. What is the history of the term tulip/dulband/turban which gave it the connotation of madness?
78131. What is the fastest eater among mammals?
78134. Why does a bruise hurt?
78135. What Arabic word for a non-Muslim has now become an "illegal term" in South Africa, and why?
78136. Which eclectic Middle-Eastern religion mixes up elements of Islam with Judaic, neoplatonic and gnostic elements, believes in the divinity of a certain caliph whose return they expect, and divides
its adherents in two groups: those who know and those who don't know?
78140. Are there any women theologians in Islam?
78141. How did the band "Naked Brothers Band" get their name?
78142. What is the order to the series 'Crosswinds' by Janice Harrell?
78143. What is the order of the series 'Two by Two Romance' by Janice Harrell?
78144. What is the official capital city of Tanzania? Some sources say Dar Es Salaam while others state that it has been moved to Dodoma.
78145. What is the order of the series 'Truth or Dare' by Cathy Hopkins?
78146. What is the capital of Alaska?
78147. What is the song 'Puff, the Magic Dragon' about?
78148. Half a century ago, it was reported that due to the extinction of a certain beetle in a land-locked European country, a particular culinary ingredient was proving prosperous. What was the crop, and what was unusual about the 'recipe' people were given to produce the resulting dish?
78149. How many years has Motown been around now?
Who sold out Motown in Michigan?
78150. What is so unique about the Elvis Presley song "Return to Sender"? When did Elvis Presley first write the "Return to Sender" song?
78151. Is it correct to portray Shakespeare's character Othello as having black skin?
78152. What is the extinct and existing types of cephalopod with a shell?
78153. What group of painters preceding "les Fauves" in France called themselves the "prophets" using a semitic term for prophets, and also dressed up in appropriate clothes to give some ritual appearance to their meetings?
78154. How did the disciple of Buddha named Sariputra lose his right arm in his path to reach enlightenment/nirvana?
78155. What was the first animated movie created at ?The Secret Lab? Disney built in Burbank?
78156. How many of Magellan's five ships made it back to Spain in the first circumnavigation of Earth?
78158. When and where was the first edible Easter bunny made?
78159. What record-breaking NHL coach was the official USGA scorekeeper for Tiger Woods' final-round twosome at the US Open in 2000?
78160. What does the word "Beauxderaunt" mean in the Chris Cummings song "Dixie Beauxderaunt"?
78161. In the Daughtry video for "It's Not Over" what does the sign say that he finds on the fence and takes with him?
78162. What is the Greek phrase for a sacred marriage between two gods, or between a god and human, or two humans?
78163. What is Justin Timberlake?s mother?s name?
78164. Pamela Anderson was voted #11 of Sci-Fi's Sexy 50 by which magazine?
78166. Where can I write a letter to Miep Gies, the woman who hid the Franks?
78167. What NBC sitcom once saw two if its neurotics try to pitch NBC on a sitcom about nothing?
78168. If I was mailing a letter to the Anne Frank House what country, city, state, or zip code would I want to put on the letter?
78169. Who was the second person to walk on the moon?
78170. Does Rihanna have a sister?
78172. Where was CCH Pounder from the TV show "The Shield" born?
78173. Which rock star did supermodel Paulina Porizkova marry?
78174. Does Israel have more churches or synagogues?
78175. What does VVSOP mean on cognac bottle?
78176. What husband did two of the richest women in the world, five and dime heiress Barbara Hutton, and tobacco heiress Doris Duke, have in common?
78177. On Wall Street, what's a quack?
78178. What bizarre theory about Dr. Waston did myserty writer Rex Styout, an ardent Sherlock Holmes fan, once suggest to fellow members of the Baker Street Irregulars?
78179. Dierks Bentley first began playing the electric guitar at what age?
78180. What is the capital of Tanzania?
78182. What is the difference amongst a computer virus, worm, and trojan horse?
78184. "Cupid's Chokehold" by Gym Class Heroes is a hip-hop remix of what Supertramp song?
78185. Recently arrived in the UK, not that I've yet come across one, are Krispy Kreme doughnuts. But as pointed out by a radio presenter they aren't crispy and only a fraction contain cream. The K spelling is simply to allow them to register it as a name as words aren't able to copyright, so it still means what it sounds like. It's a catchy name but why use one not describing the product? I'd be disappointed if I tried one and found it was nothing like it said.
78187. What is the name of the particular gene in a butterfly which triggers the formation of the eyespot on the butterfly's wing?
78189. Who founded the Republic of China?
78190. How many hours away is Buffalo, New York, from Poconos, Pennsylvania?
78191. How many hours away is Buffalo, New York, from Niagra Falls, Canada?
78192. Who was the seventeenth-century Shah who built one of the finest mausoleums in the world for his wife who had died when giving birth to their fourteenth child?
78193. Who was the Egyptian singer with the "incomparable voice" in the opinion of "la Callas" whose funeral in 1975 was attended by over four million people?
78194. Who was the Cordoba-born Arab philosopher and translator of Aristotle who in 1196 had part of his works burned during his lifetime by Muslims and posthumously once again in 1277 by Christians at the University of Paris?
78195. Hockey pucks are kept cold before a game. How cold?
78196. Who ran for three years, two months, fourteen days, and sixteen hours?
78197. Why is the shape of a banana bended?
78198. How are the "Sons of the San Joaquin" related?
78199. What was the very first chewable antacid and when did it debut?
78200. What did Socrates and Plato say was the most important thing for a human being to care for? What is the Greek term for it and how has it affected Christian philosophy?
78201. Which European de facto ruler of a nation is best known for a victory in the 8th century which prevented Islamic domination of Europe?
78202. On what holiday does everybody head out to Betsy Ross's house?
78203. What Marilyn Manson album title was inspired by 'Jesus Christ Superstar'?
78204. What future First Lady was the first to make a Spanish language ad to score the Latino vote for her hubby?
78205. Another of Shania Twain biggest hits, 1997's "Love Gets Me Every Time," became the first country No. 1 released by a female country artist to spend how many weeks atop Billboard's country chart since Dolly Parton's 1977 hit "Here You Come Again"?
78206. In episode 20 of season 4 of 'Buffy, the Vampire Slayer' Giles sings what Lynyrd Skynyrd song?
78207. How high can a tree grow before it buckles under its weight?
78209. A photo of two children running and a third's body being carried brought home the reality of Apartheid in South Africa to many in the international community. Who took this photo during the Soweto Riots and who was the dead child in the photo?
78210. What fruit has its seeds on the outside?
78211. Where can you find the deepest sea in the world?
78212. What is the only record to have climbed to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 three times?
78214. What is considered to be the first rap group?
78215. What team boasts the four players' names most frequently inscribed on the Stanley Cup?
78217. Apparently W.G. Grace walked off the pitch without being out when his score reached 93 in his last first class innings. What reason did he give for this?
78219. In fall of 2004 Bonnie Raitt participated in the Vote for Change concert tour organized to encourage the defeat of who?
78220. What performer born in Versailles, Kentucky, on August 11, 1946, worked as a mortician for six years?
78221. What was the Abolitionist Movement?
78224. Which Little Jimmy Dickens hit did late night talk show host Johnny Carson inspire?
78226. Up to the Revolution, the Chinese were usually ruled by assorted Emperors or warlords. There was a Chinese republic before 1912, however. When, where, and what was it known as?
78229. What is the relationship with hieros gamos and the Nabis (Künstlervereinigung)?
78230. In the Tim McGraw video for 'Last Dollar' who ends up singing the song instead of Tim McGraw?
78232. In what 1991 crime drama did Bruce Willis portray a burned-out detective hired to protect a stripper named Cory?
78234. Who sings the theme song for Degeneration X in the WWE? It starts off, "Are you ready."
78238. How many tons of gold is used to make weddings rings annually?
78239. In what ususual manner did Ashrita Furman retrace the 13 1/4 mile route taken by Paul Revere on his historic 1775 ride?
78240. How long does it take to hard-boil a three pound ostrich egg?
78241. What age were four of the first six U.S. presidents; George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and John Quincy Adams, when they were inagugurated?
78242. What was the longest a pro golfer waited for a putt to fall on the edge of a cup before they stated the ten second rule ?
78243. Why was Franklin D. Roosevelt chosen to be portayed on the dime in 1945?
78244. Who assassinated Abraham Lincoln
while he was President of the United States?
78246. Who was the oldest pro golfer to place in the top three in the par 3 contest before each Masters, and can you tell me how old?
78247. Who was the first pro golfer to wear the green coat at Augusta?
78248. What is the only hole at the Masters that does not have a sand trap?
78249. Who assassinated James Garfield
while he was President of the United States?
78250. Who assassinated William McKinley while he was President of the United States?
78253. According to an old Swedish saying, what will dirt do for the stomach?
78254. How was the distance 7 feet, 9 and a quarter inches, established from the dartboard to the oche?
78258. What is the exact date and place of the one and only show when Def Leppard played "21st Century Sha La La La Girl"?
78261. What is the oldest record of capital punishment being recorded? It may have been taken on the form of a punishment whereby a man was covered in wolf-skins and then thrown into water.
78265. What was used as a coffee substitute during the American Civil War?
78267. How long does it take to make a hockey puck?
78268. On 'Saved by the Bell' what is Slater afraid of?
78269. What is the name of the fictional girl Zack makes up to give Screech a date on 'Saved by the Bell'?
78270. How, in the 12th century did a medieval clergyman and prolific writer get associated with a Mediterranean delicacy with a confused species phylum?
78271. What is the name of the spearmint gum of the 1980's that had liquid in the middle?
78273. What committee schedules bills for the United States Senate to vote on?
78274. United States Senators are free to say or write what they want because they are protected by legal what?
78275. In the United States Senate, what is it to set aside a bill so that it won't die?
78276. What committee sets the time limit for debating a bill in the United States Senate?
78278. From whom did Handel purloin a great deal of his work to create the Ode to St. Cecilia?
78279. Who said everything starts and ends with infinite zero?
78280. What 13-year-old Welsh soprano amazed the world with her debut album 'Voice of an Angel'?
78281. Whose wife, Cherie, was the first British prime minister?s spouse to hold down a full-time job?
78282. Where was the harp first made?
78284. Which country did the harp go to after it was made?
78285. What family does the harp belong to?
78287. What MTV personality appeared in a few episodes of 'Melrose Place'?
78289. When was Australia first called "Oz"?
78291. What Oscar-winning actress was Lenny Kravitz linked with?
78292. How many years does the NCAA allow for a player to complete four years of college football?
78293. Nelly Furtado?s new single "Forca", in which she sings both English and Portuguese, is the official theme of what?
78296. In what film does the Lynyrd Skynyrd song "Sweet Home Alabama" play over a scene in which Steve Buscemi's character defines irony as "a bunch of idiots dancing around on a plane to a song made famous by a band that died in a plane crash"?
78297. What veteran British rock star from the band "The Who explained, "I smash guitars because I like them"?
78298. What figure was in the center of all of Brunelleschi's paintings, buildings and sculptures?
78299. What first edition Emily Brontë novel was Keith Urban reported to have gifted to Nicole Kidman that cost $200,000 from Sotherby's as a wedding present?
78300. What is the strangest thing that Rolling Stones' Keith Richards claims to have snorted, though a spokesperson has since said the claim was a joke?
78301. Today, the Wednesday before Easter, is referred to by what special name by some people?
78302. How old is Doctor Who?
78304. Does anyone know what year the movie "Grease" takes place in?
78305. In the '70s there was a show about nurses. The leading actress's name was Christopher something. What was the name of the show and the leading actress's last name?
78306. Who was the first United States president paid a salary of $100,000?
78307. Who originally coined the phase that has been appropriated as the slogan for Maxwell House coffee, "Good to the last drop"?
78308. What NHL franchise reached the playoffs for the 21st consecutive season in 2000?
78311. What do Dietmar Hamann, Robert di Matteo, Mark Bright, and David Jack have in common?
78312. Who was The Grass Roots' lead singer when they recorded a third version of "Where Were You When I Needed You?"
78313. Is Austrailia under British Rule? Do they share a queen or is Austrailia under its own royal order?
78316. Which ingredients in tanning lotions actually help tan your skin and which ones are just moisturizers?
78317. If a diameter can be a chord, then can a chord be a diameter?
78318. "Man, woman, birth, death, infinity" were the opening words to what television series and who said them?
78319. The Dow Jones average closed at over 3,000 for the first time in 1991. When did it first top 2,000? How about 1,000?
78321. Is it possible to make an egg magnetic?
78326. An eccentric ruler, who might have preferred a stola to a toga, had his reputation blackened after his death. One story claimed that he had dispatched certain dinner guests via an unusually fragrant form of execution, a tale eventually immortalized by a once-admired painter who was later declared by a famous critic to have been the worst artist of his medium and era. Who was the ruler, who was the artist, and can you find me an illustration of that painting?
78327. What is happening to America's honey bees?
78328. What are the spirals in the capitula of a sunflower called?
78331. Napoleon destroyed it once. It looks like an ice cream cone and it was rebuilt in 1950. What is it?
78332. Who invented the paper milk carton?
78334. What is a "trick-or-treat" sidewalk?
78335. Which Major League Baseball teams have never had a no-hitter?
78336. Is Majesty Entertainment a legitimate record label?
78337. What Major League Baseball teams use a special interleague cap design?
78338. In Zen Buddhism, what is an "ordinary-mind"?
78341. What crusty compatriot did U.S. Olympic baseball manager Tom Lasorda ask to be honorary coach?
78343. What military college's first female graduate in its 159 year history was Nancy Mace in 1999?
78344. What specifically links a man who needed a cape, a place whose motto suggests a euphoric sense of well being, and a guy who never returned 'The' jacket?
78345. When is the lead vocalist for Rascal Flatts Gary LeVox?s birthday?
78347. Meaning cat's elbow, even though they don't have any, how did the German word katzenellenbogen become a fairly common surname?
78348. Today is Maundy Thursday. From where comes this name?
78349. In the Bon Jovi video for 'You Give Love A Bad Name' what's hanging off the keyboardist's jacket?
78351. Joe Walsh of The Eagles was born in 1947 in what month?
78352. What rock writer said, "I have seen the future of rock and roll, and his name is Bruce Springsteen"?
78354. Is Jim Brown the leading rusher in the history of the Baltimore Ravens or the Cleveland Browns?
78355. Which group is Brad Nowell a member of?
78356. In Indian mythology, who wore a necklace made of human skulls? What did each of the skulls represent?
78357. Which golfer is nicknamed "Cinderella"?
78358. Who was the 37th President of the United States?
78362. What commonality do Desargues, Monge and Poncelet share?
78363. Keanu Reeves prefers which hand when writing?
78365. What year did Ice Cube get married?
78366. What celebrity will be 'leaving' "Grey's Anatomy" at the end of this season and what is her character's name?
78367. Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt of Green Day formed their first band when they were 14 years old. What was the name of that band?
78368. Who says, "Happy Birthday," everytime they wake up?
78370. Where can you find the Negros Occidental High School?
78371. What is considered by many as the military unit that undergoes the toughest and most physically demanding training in the world?
78372. What is the oldest translation of the Bible?
78373. From where comes the saying, "Has the cat got your tounge?"
78377. Whose father said, "Never allow any of the children to become a doctor," after contracting typhoid from a patient?
78379. What book did Aristotle Onassis keep on his desk in his multimillion-dollar yacht 'Christina'?
78380. Does anyone know who the 'Punk Princess of Fashion' is? (Z.R.)
78381. Who are Thomas Mapother, Terry Bolla, Frances Gumm, Ralph Lifshiz and Robert Van Winkle?
78382. What rival actress claimed Joan Crawford "slept with every male star at MGM except Lassie"?
78390. Where did the Tibetan language originate?
78391. Son of an early creator of modern picture books for children which some interpret as approving colonialism and heralding neocolonialism, he continues to write and illustrate the adventures of the thick-skinned protagonists of a heavenly city. What is the title of a fairly recent book of his that is a collection of reworked iconic paintings?
78392. In making wine, what is a must?
78393. How many teeth does a normal adult dog have?
78394. How did Pompeius Festus define a "Homo sacer"?
78395. What country am I from if my "national papers" are such classics as "Bild" and "Die Welt"?
78397. After seeing what movie did Gretchen Wilson announce a commitment to eating at McDonald?s at every stop along her world tour?
78399. What is Celine Dion's lucky charm that she found in Japan before she went on stage to sing at the Yamaha song contest, which she won?
78402. Concerning pet cats, what exactly are hairballs?
78403. What rock 'n' roll relic tied Michael Jackson's 1983 record of eight Grammys in 2000?
78404. Glaciers store about what percent of the world's freshwater?
78407. In 'Fable: The Lost Chapters' how can you get a black rose for Lady Grey?
78408. What was Eric Clapton?s only number one hit in the 70s and 80s?
78409. Who is Michael Woloschuk?
78410. Please put these in order from the largest to the smallest - Mars, Venus, Titan, and Pluto?
78411. What did the Zen master Huangbo mean by a 'dreg-slurper'?
78413. What Giants slugger was the first player to plunk a ball in the San Francisco Bay, in 2000?
78414. Who ordered Mary Queen of Scots executed?
78415. There was an old MacAddict game where you were this soldier killing goblins on a construction site. It was called 'Skull Crusher' or something. Does anyone know what it was called or where I can find it?
78416. Who was the voice of Cinderella's evil stepmother in the Disney movie?
78417. What is the origin of the word 'rubber' as applied to a series of sporting matches more than half of which need to be won by the victor?
Sources seem to give up, although there is a mention of its origin in the ancient game of bowls, which points to a link with another phrase 'the rub of the green'.
78418. What links Valleyfair amusement park, the golfer John Daly and Anthony Terrell Smith?
78420. How much Canadian money does 30 pence equal?
78421. Which was the first Disney full length non-animated movie and what year was it first shown?
78423. When is Jesus Christ's real birthday?
78427. What is a beccafiche?
78429. Two well-known bits of conventional wisdom both involve something descending from a height and hitting the ground in a certain manner. When combined, however, they imply a contradiction that can give rise to some interesting speculations about what will happen upon landing. What am I talking about?
78430. What movie contains a section where a black guy cannot get a taxi to bring him to Brooklyn, he eventually gets one driven by a former clown from eastern Europe who cannot drive, he ends up driving the cab himself while he and the clown swap stories?
78433. When and where was capital punishment first abolished?
78434. What serial killer preferred to use the misspelled name from his birth certificate instead of his intended name?
78435. In America, what percentage of annual homicides are actually committed by serial killers?
78436. What are the Tibetan chant-masters called?
78437. How did the manufacturers of Old Grand-Dad bourbon get away with producing their whiskey during Prohibition?
78438. What drink is named for the warmwood plant?
78439. What is the name of the cosmic spheroid in Asian myth?
78440. How many Dr. Peppers did Forrest Gump drink?
78442. In which year can you find 30th September but you cannot find 30 days in that September month?
78443. Who owns the world's largest stamp collection and what stamp of that collection is valued the most?
78444. What is the first line in the television show "Yu-Gi-Oh-GX"?
78445. What trophy does the Most Valuable Player in the Stanley Cup Playoffs receive?
78446. At what point did the SS Titanic become the RMS Titanic?
78447. What French word meaning 'a small restaurant serving alcoholic drinks' is derived from a Walloon word meaning 'a pole for tethering a cow'?
78448. Chronologically, what is the first book in the Redwall series?
78449. What musical suite did Edvard Grieg write to celebrate the father of Scandinavian literature?
78451. When the Cubs won their last World Series against the Red Sox what was the score?
78452. What Disney movie involves a deck of cards, a lizard with a ladder, and a talking doorknob?
78453. What is the only country to have changed continents in modern history?
78454. The Greek word, also the name of a candy bar, for "praise earned" or "honors earned" is what?
78455. At Delphi, near the oracle's seat, were posted two mottos: "Know thyself" and one other, advising moderating in all things. What was the other motto?
78456. What Athenian body or institution decided issues democratically in the fifth century B.C.?
78457. Who were the two major opposing city-states in the Peloponnesian War, 431-404 B.C.?
78458. Have earbuds or other earphones ever been known to lightly shock people?
78459. After a team of scientists at a distinguished U.S. university determined a property of a certain vast something, they invited members of the public to give that property a name. The winning suggestion sounds like an out-of-this-world item that one might purchase in a popular chain of cafes. What is it?
78460. What was the first X-rated movie to receive the Oscar for Picture of the Year? It first came out as X then changed to R, then back to X.
78461. What is something that Napoleon destroyed, looks like an upside down ice cream cone, and was built in 1560?
78462. Who were the Tibetan Buddhist masters with tantric knowledge called?
78463. Why is the site of a boxing match called a ring when it's square?
78464. What percentage of the episodes of TV's "Gilligan's Island" dealt with getting off the island?
78465. How did secure, relatively high-yielding stocks get to be called blue chips?
78466. What's the difference between a nook and a cranny?
78467. Off what pitcher did Barry Bonds gain his first career home run?
78468. What was the name of the egg-like abode of Krishna?
78469. Who were the two founders of the five classical lineages of classical Chinese Zen Buddhism?
78470. What day of the week is not mentioned in The Beatles' "Lady Madonna"?
78471. How did the tradition of the Easter egg hunt begin?
78472. What is the name of the largest fresh water island in the world?
78473. In which sports do opponents undergo a mandatory "weigh-in" before a match?
78474. Where is the world's tallest statue of Hindu god Lord Shiva located?
78475. What saints are the statues of that encircle Vatican City? Is there a web site that says this?
78476. Who introduced the practice of tonglen into Tibet?
78477. What movie did the line "Feets don't fail me now" come from?
78478. What nickname is given to anyone who is born on Manitoulin Island, the largest fresh water island in the world?
78480. Who was the first governor to inform the world he'd like to be reincarnated as a size 38-DD bra?
78482. Which female had three number ones but not consecutively?
78483. Is there any familial relationship between Michael Bien and Nicholas Cage?
78484. What is the past tense of the word 'crow'?
78485. Does the week start on Monday or Sunday?
78486. A folkloric romance involving star-crossed lovers (who, in one old version, might have been a shepherd and a shepherdess) passed from one culture to another and is said to have been based on a true story in which the male lover became a significant poet. In the West, however, if the story is known at all, it is as the inspiration for a famed song composed by one of Rock's greatest musicians when he was in love with another man's wife. What is this romance, and what is that song?
78488. Who was Clint Eastwood's father?
78489. Is 'Susie Q' and 'Wish Upon a Star' Disney Channel movies, because they aren't on every list of Disney Channel movies I've seen, but I remember watching them on Disney a really long time ago?
78490. What is the value of a 1938 'Consumer Reports' magazine?
78491. What are the energy/wind channels in Tibetan philosophy called?
78492. Why is a group of lions called a pride?
78494. Where is Rock English spoken?
78495. What is the longest strait in the world?
78496. When the bald eagle was first named, what was the meaning of the word bald?
78497. What are menheirs, cromlechs and dolmens?
78498. What is a 'yidam'?
78499. In mathematics, what are fluents?