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Questions From Apr 09 07
78501. What Republican hopeful in 1996 described Ford, Carter and Nixon as "See no Evil, Hear no Evil and Evil"?
78503. What is the name of Tim McGraw?s father, a star relief pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets, who'd had a brief affair with McGraw's mother?
78506. Jim Carrey insisted that his favorite band, Cannibal Corpse, play in what 1994 movie?
78507. What year did Creed Bratton leave The Grass Roots and was replaced by Dennis Provisor on keyboards?
78509. What nation failed to make the Americas Cup finals for the first time in 149 years in 2000?
78510. Two fictional bears are credited with indulging in it, one specifically in a famous city street. Another similar term has several dubious meanings, one as a euphemism for conducting sly 'relations' and another connotating a dispute. What are the two almost obsolete terms, meaning basically the same thing, that most people enjoy every day?
78511. After drummer Kate Schellenbach and guitarist John Berry both left, who joined the Beastie Boys?
78514. How many beers does it take to equal the same amount of alcohol in a bottle of wine?
78515. What was the first canned or dry dog food available in stores?
78517. What Elton John album was released in 1972?
78518. How far is the Sun from the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy and how much time does the solar-system take to revolve aroud it?
78519. Where is the tomb of King Tut?
78520. Why when a child goes missing is it called an "Amber Alert"?
78521. What differentiates rationalistic pantheism from other forms of pantheism?
78522. What American city's major newspaper announced in 1899 that the Chinese were tearing down the Great Wall and building a road in its place?
78523. Who claimed responsibility in 1991 for the crop circles found in southern England beginning in the mid-1970s?
78524. In what year, and by broadcasting what story, did Orson Welles unintentionally incite panic in a large number of American radio listeners?
78525. What supposed weapon of war led to the adage, "Beware of Greeks bearing gifts"?
78526. What year did Justin Timberlake?s parents divorce?
78528. Why was the world's tallest man, the late Robert Wadlow, so tall?
78530. In the classic movie "2000 Leagues Under the Sea" does anyone know the name of the ship?
78531. In the Dierks Bentley Stripped video for 'Long Trip Alone' what upright instrument is the band member all the way to the right playing?
78532. Who is the founder of Hotmail?
78533. After Xerxes had Leonidas killed at Thermoplyae, what did he do with his body?
78535. This has always been a mystery to me: What is Triple H's real name, Hunter Hearst Helmsley or Paul Levesque?
78536. What cartoon character does NBA star Damon Stoudamire have a tattoo of?
78539. If a car is travelling at the speed of light and it turns on its headlights, what would happen?
78540. Was the first civil war in 91?87 BC, and if so, who was it between?
78543. What are Moses' dogs' names in the movie 'The Ten Commandments'?
78544. Why are aromatic compounds called 'aromatic'?
78545. Why is Eminem's nickname Slim Shady?
78548. How do you spell the name of the Roman goddess of love?
78549. How many allele must you have in common to be biologically related?
78550. How long does an average dream last?
78552. Where would a Greek probably go for advice before directing Greek armies against the Persians?
78553. Which city-state was not located in Greece; Athens, Troy, Sparta, or Argos?
78554. What was the name of the engineer that built the bridge across the Bosphorus strait for Darius?
78555. A chiton was; a spear used by soldiers, something Spartans ate for breakfast, a headband, or a tunic-like garment?
78556. Syracuse, one of the most famous of all Greek colonies, was located where?
78558. What reason did Sigmund Freud give for sitting behind his patients' couch during psychoanalysis?
78559. What is the body temperature of a horse?
78560. What living creature is believed to enjoy more hours of daylight annually than any other?
78561. If man had a jumping ability proportional to that of the minuscule flea, which can make a horizontal leap of over a foot, how far would one leap take him?
78562. What was the relationship of the cosmic egg with the stupa, and how did this relationship enter into the Easter tradition?
78563. Which Indian treatise comes from the 'sea of mercury'?
78564. What is the highest mountain on British territory?
78565. What is the highest mountain on Australian territory?
78566. What 1890?s president left hundreds of tobacco juice stains on the White House floor coverings?
78567. What is the highest mountain on Dutch territory?
78568. Who was the first guest to be interviewed on the TV show "The Colbert Report"?
78569. Whose rendition of American Pie did Don Mclean call "sensual and Mystical" despite her lopping three and a half minutes off the original?
78570. What Lynyrd Skynyrd song is featured in 'Dazed and Confused' at the end of an all night party?
78571. In the Goo Goo Dolls video for 'Let Love In' there are all kinds of images playing behind each band member. One of the images states "A is for" what?
78572. What Lynyrd Skynyrd song is featured in the opening scene of the 2003 version of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and the characters mention that they are heading to a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert?
78574. A certain 5 letter word in English gets reduced when you add two letters to it. What is it?
78576. What Olympic equestrian event has a name that?s French for ?training??
78577. Which person from this list below is dead; Andrew Lloyd Webber (composer), Yves Montand (actor), Bob Schieffer (anchor) or Kent McCord (actor)?
78578. What is the name of Pamela Anderson?s first child?
78579. Who is the first homebuilder in the San Francisco Bay Area who is part of the Home Builders Association of Northern California?
I have been looking for this for days and can't find it.
78580. Who was chosen as Cliff Burton?s successor?
78581. What fruit are you said to be if you are accompanying a courting couple?
78582. If a "what" and lemonde are put together it'll explode. What is it?
78584. What is the name of Howie Day?s first album, released independently in 2000?
78585. Does anyone know what year the movie "Grease" takes place in?
78586. Now that Dan Rather is off of CBS Evening News, what is he doing now?
78587. Now that Tom Brokaw is off of NBC Nightly News, what is he doing now?
78588. What is Cowboy Troy's real name?
78590. What US city is known as the Four C City?
78591. When was HomeBase founded?
78592. Where was the first HomeBase store?
78593. What group had 12 consecutive top 5 hits?
78595. Is the movie "An Englishman Who Went Up A Hill And Came Down A Mountain" a true story?
78596. What did radio shock commentator Imus do recently to offend a large portion of the US population?
78597. How long does Santa have to deliver presents? I searched the database and found the question (#15196) but I think the answer is wrong.
78598. When was AOL invented and who invented it?
78599. About how many Hippies actually were there in the 60's?
78602. What Elton John album was released in 1992?
78603. Which player scored in the first English League match to be played on a Sunday? Game was played on 20th January 1974: Millwall beat Fulham 1-0
78604. Which Rush player came to Edmonton in a trade with the Minnesota Swarm?
78605. What type of sole is actually a flounder and did not, in spite of appearances, get its name from the way in which it is usually served, but either from its raspy skin (French link) or from its mud-loving habits (Latin link)?
78606. In American English is the expression 'rock group' used where one would talk about a 'pop group' in British English?
78607. I went to a Saturday matinee movie in about 1958 or 1959, and I saw a western that I'd love to find again. I don't think it had any big-name
stars in it. The only part of the plot I remember: Two good guys - one older, one younger (perhaps a child) are trapped in a cabin that the bad guys are going to burn down. The older good guy digs a hole in the dirt floor of the cabin, puts the younger guy in the hole, and covers him with dirt. He has a stovepipe to breathe through, and a coffee can inverted over the end of the stovepipe, either to keep the dirt out or maybe so the bad guys won't realize he's under there.
The house burns to the ground and the bad guys think they've killed both good guys, but the younger one actually survives. I think it was in color but I'm not even sure of that. If you don't know the film, do you know of other places I might ask?
78608. What Red Hot Chili Peppers member goes by the name of Flea?
78609. She lives in impressive digs, of which she has the run, and is virtually parentless, though she has a devoted surrogate. Among her mostly companions are a dog, a turtle, and an occasional pigeon or two. A seasoned traveler who has even been to Moscow, she can make a hat out of virtually anything, likes to pour liquids down mailchutes, and fairly recently flooded her home. Who is she?
78610. Who was the first Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist?
78611. Who was the drummer of Nirvana?
78612. What was Jimi Hendrix' middle name?
78613. Does anyone know where Steve Bartelstein from Channel 7 ABC New York early morning news went? I miss him.
78614. What year did the first television come out?
78615. Where did the term "emo" come from?
78617. What do the three animals in the Wheel of Becoming represent?
78618. He was a US medical professional sharing a name with a British barrister. Responsible for establishing a federation accepted by a certain international peace-keeping organization, he was once in the limelight for his extensive research and scientific studies, by the US Academy of Sciences. Who was he, where exactly was his organization formed, and which exotic dancer was his mother?
78619. What was the purpose of the Iron Curtain?
78620. What race or ethnicity is model Terri Seymour, who is also Simon Cowell's girlfriend?
78621. Who was the only person in the United States convicted of cannibalism?
78622. In the William Gibson book "Pattern Recognition" the title character receives messages on a forum followed by the letters "nt". What does this stand for?
78623. What poet or author died of an STD and at the time of their death was still a virgin?
78624. I vaguely recall reading that something when eaten or drunk reacts with the enamel of the teeth to noticeably soften it, but only temporarily. Which foods or drinks have this property?
78625. Which short exclamation of indifference, which was little seen ten years ago, became more well known after it was used as a reaction to a fictional theme park and now appears on over 10 million web pages? What was the name of the fictional theme park?
78627. Has a major European footballing nation (not a ministate like Monaco) ever selected its whole national squad from one of its club sides? If so, which country or countries and when, and if not, what is the greatest number of players selected from one club to play for a national side?
78628. What is the feminine energy in Hindu myth called?
78630. Sweeteners have other names: sugar, dextrose and maltose to name a few. Does yeast have other names?
78631. What major British literary figure served two years at hard labor after being found gulity of homosexuality?
78632. How many games did the longest Wimbledon men's singles match on record last?
78633. In the old Mickey Mouse Club TV series, each day of the wek had a theme. What were the themes for Monday through Friday?
78634. What role did Mrs. P.F.E. Albee of Winchester, New Hampshire, widow of a US senator, play in American sales history?
78635. What is the grid-like system used to construct Hindu temples?
78636. What are the three constituents (vijja) required before gaining true knowledge in Buddhism?
78637. What is the only movie to win an Academy Award in a competitive category without being nominated?
78638. What character was The Drew Carey Show's answer to Austin Powers' "Mini-Me"?
78639. What nation has purchased $1.2 billion worth of arms from the United States since invading East Timor?
78641. Who was the bassist for Cheap Trick when they released their self-titled debut in early 1977?
78642. Prunes are well known for their bodily "cleansing" abilities. What other fruits have the same ability?
78643. What celebrated drag racing champ of the ?70s was famed for driving a hot pink car?
78644. Trace Adkins was born in what small Louisiana town in 1962?
78647. What year was the Eagles' compilation 'Eagles: Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975' released?
78648. Who was the first and only woman to receive two Nobel Prizes?
78650. What Tommy Collins tune was a hit for both Faron Young and George Strait?
78651. What was Shania Twain named by the Country Music Association in 1999?
78652. In the Trace Adkins video for 'Ladies Love Country Boys' where does the girl in the car first spot Trace and all the gals following him?
78654. In the Nickelback video for 'Far Away' what is the male character using in the very beginning?
78656. What name is shared by a character in the musical 'Cats' and the pop group which had a UK Chart No. 1 with a song which had been a UK Chart Top 10 hit single for a male singer in the 1960's?
78658. Who played Ed on the television show 'Northern Exposure'?
78660. Does anybody know who George Murdock played in 'Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country'?
78663. Who is Canada's most decorated war hero?
78664. Who was the first feline featured in 'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous'?
78665. Who was the first Canadian to pitch a major league no-hitter?
78667. What does the word Ninja mean?
78668. In which US state and at what time of year are watermelons best grown?
78669. Why do Americans use the word "what" for certain questions where Brits use the word "which"?
78670. Which early 90's MTV show's theme song was "O-Bla-Di"?
78671. What does the term "nappy-headed" mean?
78672. How do you interpret "Go north 23 degrees, east 111 feet" as a direction and distance from a given point?
78673. What was the first U.S. firehouse to use the sliding pole and when?
78675. Which Rush player is nicknamed "Crazy Legs"?
78676. What album did Eric Clapton release in July of 1974?
78682. Who sings the song called "Stacy's Mom"?
78686. Who was the only First Lady born outside America?
78688. What is Kurt Cobain's middle name?
78689. What is Hillel Slovak's middle name?
78690. Which condiment comprised of eight ingredients was developed as an inspiration for a theatrical performance which subsequently turned into an award winning film?
78691. What is the name of the breath-thread which connects a person's reincarnated soul to its past ones?
78692. How old is Eddie Van Halen?
78693. Who performed the first American Idol audition to appear on TV?
78694. When did Jimmy Dean's sausage first become available?
78695. What son of a US president may have committed suicide?
78699. Alexander the Great's empire in 323 B.C. included: Greece, Persia, Egypt, and east to India; Italy, Greece, and western Europe; Egypt, central Africa, and Morocco; or All of Europe, western Asia, and Africa north of the Sudan?
78700. When the Greeks went to war, to what god did they pray?
78701. When Greeks computed or calculated numbers in the agora, they probably used what primitive instrument?
78703. The red hat was worth more than a King's crown. It was used in Mithraic rituals and was the masonic symbol of the highest initiation. What was the 'olde' name of this hat?
78705. What is the literary significance of the phrase, "And so it goes"?
78707. In the Notre Dame Cathedral's "Portal of the Virgins" there is an interesting bas relief with seven circles under the dead virgin. What do the circles represent?
78708. Which King preserved his wife in honey after he murdered her?
78709. Do the US dependent territories Puerto Rico, Guam and Northern Mariana Islands have the same status within the US?
78710. Any info on the old Trans-Lux film company?
78712. Who was the only man to receive all the electoral votes cast in a U.S. presidential election?
78713. What character had spent 18 years in Ohio before heading home in 'Return to Mayberry'?
78714. What was another name for the World War II spy camp that was set up in Canada by Sir William Stephenson?
78717. Who was the first Canadian ever to play in the WNBA?
78720. Although he had once tried to kill himself what great American author just died?
78724. The "Bristol Stomp" was the biggest hit of the Philadelphia based group, The Dovells. How did this group get their name?
78725. Lindsay Lohan dressed as a piece of what on a Letterman skit about things you find on the D Train floor?
78726. Did Herman Wouk ever say what influenced his Captain Queeq's rolling the steel balls in "Caine Mutiny"?
78727. When the original 1977 Star Wars movie opened, what or how did the opening scroll read as it disappeared in space?
78729. What is a Risograph and how does it work?
78731. Which milk has more fat, cow's milk or reindeer milk?
78732. DNA level C is what state spelled backwards?
78734. Why are viruses not considered to be alive by most scientists?
78735. In 1900 what was the third leading cause of death?
78737. What is the name of the entertainment company Justin Timberlake?s mother runs?
78741. What is the title of Louis XIV?s debut full-length album?
78742. What is the name of the song that is playing while Eric and Ariel kiss in the movie 'The Little Mermaid'?
78745. What does the reigning monarch say when dubbing someone a knight, when they touch the person on the shoulders and head with a sword?
78746. Where does the greeting "How's it hanging?" come from?
78748. What are all the names of the guitarists that have been in the Red Hot Chili Peppers? I know John Frusciante, Dave Navarro, and Hillel Slovak.
78749. What singer who has had number one hits in the US, UK and Australia is the grandchild of a Nobel Prize winning physicist?
78750. What is Cody Linley's middle name?
78751. In a 1960's comedy film, a bungling French police inspector is called to London to investigate the aftermath of the Great Train Robbery. Who was this actor?
78757. Who played bass for Night Ranger?
78758. In "Grease" (1978) how many years older was Olivia Newton-John than John Travolta?
78761. The term caesus means to cut, and it was thought Julius Caesar was born by "caesarian section". Why is this story disregarded by historians as fictitious?
78762. Where on Earth would I be likely to find the greatest number of different mammalian species per square mile?
78763. A European writer with an avian logo was awarded a medal for pioneering the use of an object. In the US, they were created by coating a familiar object in tar and first used during a record breaking engineering project. Which author, objects and project am I referring to?
78764. What soccer start holds the women's record for most international goals scored?
78766. What's the difference between Ms and Miss?
78767. Why is it that after you eat something minty, your mouth feels cold and after you eat something spicy, your mouth feels hot?
78768. Nelly Furtado was ranked what number in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women In The World" in 2002?
78769. Are kosher dill pickles considered healthy?
78773. What did 'solve et Coagula' symbolize?
78774. Apart from being British TV stars, what specifically do Hugh Laurie, Amanda Holden, Johnny Vegas, Clive Anderson and Simon Cowell all have in common?
78775. In the first season of 'Mind of Mencia' Carlos Mencia's brother, Joseph, appeared in all episodes except for how many?
78776. "Live at the Cow Palace" is the first Grateful Dead release since which record label gained control of the Grateful Dead's vault?
78777. Romulus was mythically nurtured by the Capitoline wolf. Where did the myth of this ancient Etruscan creature originate?
78778. "Et tu Brutus" is often reported as Caesar's last words. According to Suetonius, what did Caesar reply to Brutus when he was stabbed?
78779. The March 2007 issue of 'Game Informer' awarded the Major League 2K7 a score of what out of 10 on the XBOX 360?
78780. What is it "a sin to kill" according to literary character Atticus Finch?
78781. Who claimed in a 1923 book that ?All those who are not of good race in this world are chaff??
78782. What solid gold trophy depicts a British golfer named Abe Mitchell swinging a club?
78783. Who was the first Canadian to win 20 games in one season in the major leagues?
78784. Who opened the first zoo in Canada, and the first in North America, near Halifax in 1847?
78785. Who was the lead guitarist for Pink Floyd when they first began playing together in the mid-'60s?
78786. Keanu Reeves was a manager of what kind of shop in Toronto?
78787. On the bag of dry pet food that I give to my cats it says "New great taste". How did they reach that conclusion?
78789. In the Gwen Stefani video for 'The Sweet Escape' what color is almost everything in the video?
78790. What are the dimensions of the smallest Koran and who is the owner of it?
78791. Which dimension cannot be measured in inches or centimeters?
78796. If we were to spell out the letters of the alphabet, how do we spell the letter 'W'?
78797. Which Latin phrase specifically connects the murders of two Heads of State 1800 years apart?
78799. What word is in the Bible 9,000 times that we don't use enough in real life?
78801. What is the name of the killer in the first 'Friday the 13th'?
78803. What same 4-letter word can go before rat, sugar, toad and grass to make different 2-word terms or names?
78805. What same surname was shared by two British Golf Open Champions; an Irishman in the 1940's and an American in the 1990's?
78806. What was the title of the one off 15 minute childrens' sketch show televised on the BBC on April 1st 1951 starring 'Mr Pastry'?
78808. Which are the top ten longest books in the world, including all languages?
78809. Is 'counterantidisestablishmentarianisticly' a valid word?
78811. A few years ago, Dustin Hoffman was preparing himself for a role in a film. He arrived on set, after a couple of sleepless nights, looking a bit like death warmed up. One of his co-stars asked why he looked so bad. Hoffman said, "How else am I supposed to prepare for the role?" Who was the co-star, and what was his reply?
78812. What famous actor did Vice President Al Gore roommate with in their freshman year at Harvard?
78814. What was Ulysses S. Grant's boyhood nickname?
78815. Which three U.S. presidents had to deal with real or impending impeachment?
78818. In the play "A Midsummer's Night Dream," the play that Bottom and Quince are trying to perform, dubbed "The Lamentable Comedy and Most Tragic Tale of the Cruel Death of Pyramus and Thisby," seems very close in resemblance to "Romeo and Juliet." Am I not correct?
78819. Why was Alexander the Great buried in Alexandria, and not beside his beloved horse? And what was the name of the city which he built around the tomb of his horse, Bucephalus?
78822. How is Peugeot properly pronounced, "pew-joe" or "per-joe"?
78824. What word is something we all have done, but when spelled backwards is someting most of us fear?
78826. In the original version of "Little Red Riding Hood" the little girl has a name. What is that name?
78827. Was there a U.S. President who was an amputee?
78828. Which freezes faster, cold or hot water, and why?
78829. What was the name of the fountain that flowed with the 'chaos of the wise'?
78830. With the technology we have, is it possible to take a picture of the earth from space, where the hole in the ozone is as large as the earth?
78831. Which flag features a woman who has been artistically represented by the likes of Cellini, Dali and Caravaggio?
78833. What is the home town of Winnie the Pooh? Only true Canucks would know this answer, and it isn't the obvious!
78834. What Eagles player made headlines by drinking pickle juice during a game against Dallas?
78835. Which emperor was given the nickname "Biberius Caldius Mero"?
78836. What brave princess and young associate of Peter Pan, is "the most beautiful of dusky Dianas... coquettish, cold and amorous by turns"?
78837. Who founded the city of Alba Longa?
78838. Who wrote, "We live forwards and understand backwards"?
78840. What is kosher coffee? Isn't all coffee considered within Jewish dietary laws?
78841. What is Mary E. Surratt's significance in history?
78842. What famous singer songwriter met his future wife when he was a nightclub bouncer and threw her out for fighting?
78843. What famous ballerina was jailed for participating an unsuccessful coup attempt with her husband?
78844. Are hecklers things that get raised with anger or agitation?
78845. What is the scent used on the artifical rabbit in greyhound races?
78846. 1961 was the most recent year that could be written both upside-down and rightside-up and appear the same. What will be the next year that this occurrence will happen?
78847. What was the first product to have a UPC code on it?
78850. With a 35 foot thick waist, she is probably the largest "woman" in America. Who is "she"?
78852. Why do cows moo?
78854. Did Earvin "Magic" Johnson win a state basketball championship when he was in high school?
78857. Why was 'Tommy' deaf, dumb, and blind?
78859. Which king was deposed by Caesar as he uttered his famous words, "Veni, vidi, vici"?
78860. About 135 years ago, a working-class man with little formal education but boundless talent was spending his lunch hours studying an obscure subject. "In a second floor room ... overlooking Russell Square," he discovered something referring to a flood, a ship and a mountain, and a bird. Who was this man, what had he found, and how, specifically, does that discovery relate to a great American novel?
78862. Why doesn't the world fall?
78863. What vegetables are in the popular drink V8?
78864. What was the rite of passage in ancient Rome whereby a boy is transformed from a ephebe to a man?
78865. What were the mysterious Hindu entities that lived in trees called?
78866. Who were the Charonites?
78867. Who first created wikipedia and when?
78869. What is the new movie 'House' rated?
78870. What are the special trousers worn for playing polo called?
78871. Which is the largest software producing country in the world?
78872. What part of the body is the seat of emotions?
78873. What day is the middle of the year in non-leap years?
78874. What did Lizzie Borden, Napoleon and Titian have in common?
78875. Who was Pablo Ruiz?
78876. My city of Chicago has just been selected as the U.S. bid city for the 2016 Olympics. Should the IOC give it the nod in 2009, the city flag will almost certainly undergo an alteration. At the moment, there are four stars on that flag. Native Chicagoans are almost universally ignorant of what they stand for, so who can tell me the four events that they commemorate?
78877. Why Hindu pregnant women are being told to keep the photo of Lord Krishna?
78878. To date, how many jockeys and how many horses have died from running in the Aintree Grand National?
78880. In which Aintree Grand National was the winner suspected of only completing one lap of the course and why?
78882. What color is the dust that comes from diamonds?
78883. A suspected but unproven minimum of 17 are required at the start and those at the end will total 405. What am I referring to?
78884. Which Roman politician was known as "adulescentulus carnifex"?
78885. Who stated, "There's no business like show business?"
78886. How did some sea-damaged goods in 1903 inspire the development of a new industrial process?
78887. Which word describes a type of provincial bread but also implies something that is botched or bungled, and/or refers to certain 'plumage'?
78888. What is the name of Carlos Oliveira's Desert Eagles in 'Resident Evil 3: Nemesis'?
78890. I was just going over the Scopes trial last week, and will ask Darrow's question: "Now, Mr. Bryan, have you ever pondered what would have happened to the earth if it had stood still?" Darrow said it would turn into a molten mass. Was he correct?
78894. What measures 18 feet by 15 feet and only 23 people ever came out alive from it?
78895. What 1993 movie did Entertainment Weekley describe as "a sort of HIV 101"?
78896. What president's daughters were assigned the Secret Service code names Velvet and Venus?
78897. What causes galaxies to have a spiral apperance?
78898. What racketeer fended off questions about her love life by telling reporters, "Let's talk about bras," in 2000?
78899. In the name A&W Rootbeer what does A&W stand for?
78900. What American president was accused of being born in Canada?
78901. Which Canadian star was drafted in 2000 by the Charlotte (now New Orleans) Hornets?
78902. Israel currently has a list of "righteous gentiles" who saved the lives of Jews in Europe durring the Holocuast. Which country boasts the most of these individuals, and how many of them are still living?
78905. What movie was made from two separate yet similar books, with two different studios sharing the financing because they each owned rights to one book?
78906. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones initially met as children at what primary school?
78908. Celine Dion was born on the same day as what former "Baywatch" (1989) star?
78909. Kris Kristofferson made a cameo appearance as the love interest of Lorrie Morgan in which of her music videos?
78910. What star of the big and small screen claims to be a distant relative of Abraham Lincoln?
78914. In Hinder's video 'Lips of an Angel' what is the lead singer holding in his hand besides his cell phone?
78915. On which disc of the '24' Season 1 DVD set will you find the 'Season 1 Introduction' by Kiefer Sutherland?
78916. Can anyone tell me the name of the song that plays as the credits roll at the end of the movie "A Brother's Kiss" starring that ever gritty, good as it gets, Nick Chinland?
78917. In the TV series '24' who or what is refered to as "Citadel"?
78918. What 5 letter word, derived from Old English meaning "made of wood", is used in antique collecting to refer to any small household utensil or object that is made of wood?
78919. What was the papal name adopted by the pope who earned the epithet of "the Great" and who is known as the "Apostle of the English"?
78920. Which English writer born 300 years ago this month has been called the father of the English novel?
78921. Can anyone tell me the names of any films that were based on ten pin bowling?
78922. What is the name of the man Justin Timberlake's mother married after her divorce from Justin's father?
78923. What country is Transylvania in?
78925. At the end of every "Lost" episode, they show a trailer for next week. After last week's episode where we find out that Ben told Juliette to handcuff herself to Kate, they showed the trailer for this week. And the song they play during it gets me so pumped. Does anybody know what song that is?
78926. What is Lonestar's signature song?
78927. What actor on a popular police drama show is a cousin of Henry Winkler?
78928. Which Greek philosopher carried around a portable pottie and vomited twice a day?
78929. In the song "Grace Kelly" by Mika, what are the movies we hear the lines Grace Kelly say from?
78930. What is the name of Pensacola Christian College's new pastor?
78931. Why can't the blood type O+ get blood from anyone, yet can give to everyone?
78935. We are playing a game at work and the question is:
At what sporting event was Gumby turned away?
I'm thinking Gumby could be a person's nickname or something.
78936. In 'Sonic Heroes' for the PS2, I heard lots of people talk about "Metal Sonic." Who is he and when in the game do you see him?
78938. So many rockers died at the exact age of 27. Can you name them?
78939. Jack Johnson is a native of what State?
78940. Were all the US presidents married?
78942. Who wrote "The Cataract of Lodore"?
78943. What is the correct way to pronounce "scone", with a long o, or a short o?
78944. When you lease a car and turn it back in, if you owe less on it than the book value do you get money back?
78946. On the hit daytime soap opera 'Passions' who is that person who is blackmailing Lius?
78947. If there is such a statistic kept, what are the 10 most frequently referred acronyms while using instant messaging?
78948. This four letter word had its debut in a 19th century novel by a woman best known for a biography of a 'Bronte' sister. A controversial 20th century English novelist used it most frequently, and it was popularized by a film with the main plot concerning stripping. It is described as a word with no similar or interchangeable meaning, yet one dictionary refers it to 'feeling the temperatures' and another to 'being rather delicate'. What is it?
78949. What is Prince George's County, Maryland, County Executive Jack B. Johnson's middle name?
78951. What is Prince George's County, Maryland, Chief Melvin C. High's middle name?
78953. What is the most popular flower for weddings?
78954. What TV or movie character is named after a priceless gemstone? The person asking this trivia question said it's not just Ruby, Opal, or something like that, it's more like a particular gem like the Hope Diamond. I'm stumped.
78955. Who might be prayed to by Aeschylus, Sophocles, Themistocles, Homer, and mischief makers?
78956. What year was the first state of America found?
What state was it?
78957. The original is lost, but copies of this work exist, though one of these was stolen some years ago and has not been recovered. Possessing an unusual domestic theme cleverly conflated with a religious symbol, the painting may also include an appropriate allusion to three well-known figures in classical mythology. What is this work, and can you find me an illustration of one of the copies?
78958. Who was the last person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize?
78959. How many members did the United Nations have when it celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1995?
78960. What were the GPU, the NKVD and the MVD?
78961. On average, what proportion of an oak tree's acorns become future oak trees and how does this success rate compare to ash-keys and apple-seeds?
78962. Which of the 50 states takes the least amount of tourist dollars?
78963. What was Martha Washington's nickname?
78964. Which bit of English weather lore concerns the comparative leafing of two types of tree, is it reliable and what is the outlook for 2007?
78965. When cycling from Crianlarich to Bridge of Orchy (Scotland) I came across the village of Tyndrum. Wanting to know how this name was pronounced, I got the answer: "Tin Drum". When my friend asked the same question to another local, the answer was: "Tyne Drum". Which answer should I believe to be the correct one?
78966. What is the term to describe a group of vineyards or vines in the same region?
78967. What is the word which describes the length of time the enzyme in saliva reacts with wine and gives us the cysteine sulfur like sensation in our mouth?
78968. What were delators?
78971. What are all of the state nicknames for Pennsylvania?
78972. About how long is a string for a guitar?
78976. What star is the godchild of Paul Newman and Jamie Lee Curtis?
78977. What widow assumed congressional duties in 1998, in addition to raising Chasare and Chianna?
78978. What band released Version 2.0 prompting some wags to say it wasn't trash?
78979. Which was the heaviest building that was moved intact and where?
78981. What?s the only Grand Slam tennis event that has historically paid little heed to ATP Tour rankings in determining seeding?
78983. Who was the first Canadian prime minister to meet with an American president?
78984. Who was the first Canadian ever to play major-league baseball?
78987. George Stait was born May 18 of what year?
78988. What song does Foghorn Leghorn always hum?
78989. Who is Nestor Chylak?
78990. Does anyone know what sport was played traditionally by milkmaids who used their milking seats as wickets?
78992. Besides Carrie Underwood's CD 'Some Hearts' what was the last country album to produce four number one hits?
78993. What is AAA South Jersey's advertising slogan for their "Student Membership"?
78995. Who wrote the lyrics to "That's My Story"?
78997. What shorter name does Akon often go by?
78998. What album did U2 release in 1983?
78999. Who was the second black player in Major League Baseball?