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Questions From May 16 07
80503. USA football legend Leo Cahill attended which university on a football scholarship?
80505. What percentage of the population of London is under 40 years old?
80506. What's the biggest selling single work of fiction (i.e. a novel) of all time?
80507. Do any other major cities have a Congestion Charge similiar to the one in operation in London?
80508. Which is London's largest theatre?
80509. Why do some people refer to a hair salon or a beauty salon as a hair/beauty saloon, and what is the origin of this slight deviation of spelling?
80510. What methods are used to detect forgeries, fakes, or imitations of valuable items?
80511. In Britain, which crime is the worst to commit or has the hardest punishment?
80512. How many degrees does it take for a bowling pin to fall down?
80513. Do chickens pee?
80514. Where does the yellow in the yoke of a chicken egg come from?
80515. Who is documented as having spoken excitedly the first German phrases in North America, yet no one present understood him? What year was it?
80516. What killed Baldur?
80517. The Washington Post reports we Americans never use 90% of what?
80518. What is the only animal on earth with one ear?
80519. How many colors of blood are there?
80520. Has Robert Emmet's epitaph ever been written?
80521. What do the words esquivalience and steinlaus have in common?
80522. Is "walking the plank" purely a fiction of pirate movies?
80524. Who sings backing vocals on Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun"?
80526. What is the largest forest fire ever recorded in history?
80527. Were the results of General Sherman's march to the sea during the Civil War of America considered positive for the South or the North?
80528. How many touchdowns did Joe Namath score in his carrer passing the ball?
80531. Who is the all-time touchdown career passer in the NFL?
80533. What was Jack Johnson a champion of before he started to sing?
80534. 'Captain Noah' was a popular children's show in the Philadelphia, PA area. What was Captain Noah's real name?
80544. Is it true that a fraternity at a large US state college registered a chimpanzee as a student, took all his needed clases, and on graduation day when his name was called brought the chimp up to proudly recieve his diploma?
80545. What breakfast cereal made Frank Sinatra "Tarzan of the Boudoir" according to 'Confidential'?
80546. What box did 9.8 million respondents check to "clarify" their race on 1990 US Census forms?
80547. What LA Lakers star was named after a Philadelphia steak house?
80548. Which former Toronto Blue Jay is currently the manager of Canada's national baseball team?
80550. In pounds, how much does the Stanley Cup weigh?
80551. What is the name of Pamela Anderson's obsessive fan who pled guilty to breaking and entering into Pamela's Malibu home?
80552. Which TV personality, while studying art in Italy, appeared as a dancing meatball in an Italian TV commercial and was also in the food orgy scene of Fellini's Satyricon?
80554. In the Aerosmith video for "Cryin'" what does the cute guy in the diner steal?
80555. What was the name of the tune Jo Dee Messina wrote during her stint in a Utah alcohol rehab center?
80557. In the Nine Inch Nails video for 'Survivalism' what are we seeing all video footage on?
80558. What is the name of The Grass Roots' Creed Bratton's character on the very popular NBC show 'The Office'?
80559. What is the name of the Eagles' fifth album?
80560. What city in Texas is George Strait from?
80561. St. Ignatus founded the Jesuit Order. He also had a unique posture for prayer. What was it?
80563. Where was the last public hanging in the United States?
80564. Which former Frank Zappa band member replaced Bill Bruford as drummer for the late 1970s band, UK?
80565. Which French cook is reputed to have committed suicide because some essential ingredients for an important meal had not arrived in time?
80566. Is there a Princess of Wales at present (17th May 2007)?
80567. They were sisters, lived in the eighteenth century and their first names were Louise-Julie, Pauline-Félicité, Diane-Adelaïde and Marie-Anne. Who did they have in common and in succession as their lover?
80568. Who said of a French aristocrat whom he had taken prisoner, "The Prince of S. has twenty cooks and one spy; I have one spy and twenty cooks"?
80574. Which TV show is parodied by the "Lecky Spongers" sketch on the "Ruddy hell! It's Harry and Paul!"?
80576. How many different colors of golf balls are there?
80577. Who was the first First Lady to invite African American guests to White House functions?
80582. Which Air Supply song was their only one to reach number one?
80583. What schools did Benji and Joel Madden of Good Charlotte attend?
80584. What song was featured on an episode of either CSI, Without a Trace, or Law and Order, that told the story of the giant who was very strong, but without an article of clothing was weak?
80586. How old do you have to be to drink a virgin martini or margarita? Is there really an age limit?
80588. American football legend Leo Cahill attended which univeristy on a football scholarship?
80589. Do ants yawn?
My five year old asked me and I can not seem to find anything on it.
80590. Why did Hitler commit suicide with his wife of one day?
80591. What name for something commonly used by artists is derived from an ancient word that we now associate with an intoxicating and controversial substance?
80592. Why was NATO created?
80594. How many people died in the Kokoda campaign?
80595. Of the following, what did Augustus Caesar do that encouraged trade throughout the empire: paid large salaries to civil servants, built huge monuments to the gods and heroes, provided free bread and games to the poor, or protected merchants travelers on the sea and land?
80596. We know little about her background, except for the fact that her father made beer and textiles. At one point, she sued a much more famous practitioner of her trade for pilfering a pupil. Centuries later, something she had created was mistaken for that other master's, owing to a dealer's sleight-of-hand. Who was this woman, who has begun to receive her due only within the last few decades?
80598. Emperor Diocletian tried to strengthen the empire by: setting limits on the prices of goods and wages, encouraging people to change jobs, making the Roman army smaller and more efficient, or reuniting the two halves of the empire again?
80602. What is the code to unlock a door in the house on the first part of the game "Trace Memory"?
80603. From where do we get the term "Shotgun Wedding"?
80604. In the beginning of Tracy Lawrence's video for "It's All How You Look At It" what is Tracy Lawrence holding in his hand?
80605. Why were the * and # keys put on telephones originally, before the days of voicemail and phone menu navigation?
80606. What internet gossip monger admitted in 1998, "I can't type or spell, and my grammar is horrible"?
80607. What Notre Dame hoops coach got his nickname from his family's undertaking business?
80608. When is the electric guitarist for Rascal Flatts, Joe Don Rooney's birthday?
80609. What TV show propelled Ben Jones from his role as "Cooter" to a seat in the U.S. Congress?
80610. What actress's unpublished home telephone number did comedienne Joan Rivers give out on national television in 1986 when she was hosting 'The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers' and why?
80612. What Elton John album was released in 1979?
80613. Who was the first Canadian woman selected to play in the WNBA All-Star Game?
80614. What role did mystery writer Erle Stanley Gardner, creator of the character Perry Mason, play in the last TV episode of 'The Perry Mason Show'?
80615. The phrase, "I got signals, I got readings in front and behind," is uttered in the movie 'Aliens' by which character?
80616. In the beginning of Jason Aldean's video for 'Johnny Cash' what is stomped on?
80617. What is the Stanley Cup made of?
80619. Why does your tongue hurt or feel strange after eating a lot of sour stuff?
80620. Punky power pop outfit Bowling for Soup was formed in 1994 in what state?
80622. Where does Shania Twain live with her husband and son?
80623. This person holds this position at this University. Who is the person and what is the position? And here's a clue: Geaux Big Cats!
80624. Which camera company makes the highest quality digital cameras? What is the highest resolution available today in terms of megapixels?
80626. In which James Bond movie is the gun shooting scene at the beginning of movie absent? It is there in all the other 20 James Bond movies.
80631. In the 1980s at the Tower of London there was great joy when a baby raven was born. A contest was held amongst British children to name this little raven, what name was chosen?
80633. What is the longest movie series in history? For example, there are 6 Star Wars movies so far; what series has the most films?
80636. The man who brought the United States hope during the great depression with his New Deal was: Hoover, Roosevelt, Coolidge or Harding?
80637. What musical star had a child who was also an independent musical success of such the greatest degree in any similar situation?
80638. What song plays at the beginning of "Top 10 Bam Slams"?
80639. Why do a lot of NHL players grow beards during the playoffs?
80640. What is said after "Room 21" on Hinder's 'Extreme Behavior' album?
80641. In Myths and Legends, why are Vampires not allowed to be outside when the sun comes out?
80642. A group of students at a famed U.S. university created a website that involved something cute and cuddly being subjected to an Asian technique normally applied to certain types of flora. What is this horrifying/hilarious hoax, which drew the wrath of various activist groups and was even investigated by the FBI?
80643. Although there are varying reports of whom created it, one theory involves an implement most likely invented by the Egyptians 3500 years ago, but theoretically this applies to the Roman variety from 2000 years ago. Apparently it was invented to initiate a welcoming feeling in a time of great despair almost 80 years ago. What is it, what was the implement, and what are the essential ingredients?
80644. What is a harlequin?
80646. How does the over the counter medication "Beano" work to reduce internal gas pressure?
80648. "As long as piece of string" is an expression that means something of indeterminate length but was there ever a 'length' of string?
80649. What does the designation SR5 stand for in Toyota trucks?
80650. What is the capital of South Africa?
80652. Where is the actual fountain used in the famous opening credits sequence in 'Friends'?
80654. What musical girl group was Fergie in before joining the Black Eyed Peas?
80655. In which state is Washington, DC, or is it a state?
80656. What character in TV is the only one to ever recur in three different shows and what were they?
80657. In Scottish folklore, what animal is a kelpie?
80658. What does Britney Spears' sister star in?
80659. In which country live the most people of Scottish descent?
80662. In the Geico caveman and therapist commercial what other famous role is the actress playing the therapist known for?
80667. What are the hair-like protusion on a whale called?
80668. Did Ruth, the Moabitess, have red hair and blue eyes?
80669. What does the Mesonychoteuthis use in its swim bladder?
80670. What is the sexual organ of the male Architeuthis called?
80671. What person was the British Prime Minister for the longest period of time?
80672. What Bordeaux born 19th century woman painter kept a kind of mini-zoo at home and was "lucky" enough to get permission from the police to cross-dress for her visits to the slaughterhouses where she found the study materials for her animal paintings?
80673. Which country is regarded as the "Craddle of the Western Civilization" and what is the reason for that?
80674. Which is the smallest country in Africa?
80675. What year did the last Zapatista veteran of the Mexican Revolution die? What year did the last Federale veteran die?
80679. What river flows through Melbourne City?
80680. What marine mammals can be seen on Phillip Island?
80681. Who were the two main characters in "A Midsummer's Night Dream"?
80682. Does flux matter exist?
80683. What was the purpose of a zeppelin during World War I? I was watching the movie 'Fly Boys' and one of their missions was to destroy the zeppelin. What was its threat or purpose?
80686. Where is Bill Wilson, co-founder of AA, buried?
80687. What is capillary contact?
80688. Who were the three "petticoats" who in the opinion of a certain militaristic ruler in 18th century Germany had formed an alliance against his interests?
80689. What do you call a person who performs leaps and jumps?
80690. What does adept mean?
80691. What manmade object has traveled the farthest away from Earth, as of May 2007?
80692. What is the name of the first test tube baby in Arizona?
80693. What would happen to Earth if the moon were to leave the orbit of our planet?
80695. Which lumbar nerve controls the inner calf?
80696. What was Ringo Star's first solo hit?
80697. What are the songs featured in the song "Polka Medley" by Weird Al?
80698. Why did North Korea and South Korea divide into two different countries?
80699. Why was the Great Wall of China built?
80701. In the painting "Seduction of Unreason" what does the glove represent, or what is it a metaphor for?
80702. What is the origin of the phrase 'to push the boat out' meaning doing things on a large scale, not holding back?
80703. How many US citizens can claim English ancestry?
80704. What's the reason for circumcision in Jewish or Muslim faiths?
80705. Which type of electric motor is placed in the newer Lexus 600h?
80706. What is an 'orgle'?
80708. What motion picture featured two actors who were later elected governors of different U.S. states, and a third actor who ran for governor of yet another state?
80710. The King bears fruit, but the Queen doesn't. Neither are obvious candidates for hugging. What is the colour that's missing?
80711. Who was it that in 18th century described a certain European kingdom as an army to which a state had been attached, rather than the other way round, and what kingdom was involved?
80713. If photons are wave and particle matter, what is dark, if not negative light or lagging photons?
80714. Which female country singer sang a song called the "The River" which was all about the things that happened in that river, including a girl drowning? The only lyric I can remember is "She went in the river."
80715. Very often in house music, you hear references to Jack. 'In the beginning there was Jack. And jack has a grove. The grove of all groves'. What's the origin of this? Was there a guy called Jack at the forefront of house music at its inception or is 'Jack' merely a personification of house music?
80716. I recall a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie which introduced another turtle who fought with the power of the mind, and not the body like her (yes, her) brothers. Was this a movie, or a TV special, or what?
80717. When the public and artists clash, the art world is frequently dismissive of the former's views. In the 1980's, however, the work of one famous artist, erected in an outdoor site, was eventually dismantled because it had caused members of the public much distress and inconvenience. What was this piece, who created it, and what novelist satirized the controversy?
80719. If you had been a medieval monk or other scholar, checking out your new quill pen to see whether it actually wrote properly, by what name might you have called your little test scribble?
80724. Did Elvis Presley ever set foot on British soil?
80726. Who said, and I'm paraphrasing here, "If the first person who fenced in land and said 'this is mine' had been shouted down by his fellow man, imagine how different our world would be"?
80727. What year did England give New Hampshire
lilacs as a gift?
80728. What was the first US state to give women the right to vote?
80730. What are hodological spaces?
80731. What are Saturn's rings made of?
80732. Specifically, who first imported the purple
lilac from England and planted it at Governor
Benning Wentworth's house in Portsmouth, New
Hampshire in 1750?
80733. One person was responsible for the removal of a toxic substance from an everyday item. Who was it, what was the substance and what recognition did they get?
80734. Who invented the process of converting coal into jet fuel?
80735. What did lawyer Ellis Rubin suggest prison inmates could donate in exchange for reduction in their sentences in 1992?
80736. What is the name of the Canadian pitcher in the major leagues in the 1940s who also had the nickname Babe?
80737. What is Dierks Bentley's dog?s name?
80738. "Abent omnes volucres nidos inceptos nisi eg et tu. Quid expectamus nunc?" is the Latin version of a famous probatio pennae found at the University of Oxford in 1932. What language was the original version in?
80739. Who was the first New World explorer to take a dip in the springs of what?s now Hot Springs, Arkansas?
80740. What team made the NBA finals for the first time in franchise history in 2000?
80741. Which Canadian NBA player is married to movie star, singer and former Miss America, Vanessa Williams?
80742. Nelly Furtado played eight dates on "the village stage" at what famous women's festival?
80744. Which Rock & Roll singer was killed in a driving accident on New Years Eve 1960?
80745. Was there a soundtrack released to the movie "Soldier's Girl"?
80746. What was the name of Cheap Trick's second album, released in 1977?
80747. What do some say the Britney Spear's new band "The M + Ms" name stands for?
80749. What college did Brenda Song attend?
80752. In an ambulance siren, what is the interval (musically) and what is another name for it? I'm pretty sure that it's an augmented fourth (diminished fifth) but what is another name for that type of interval?
80753. What does dottle have to do with pipe smoking?
80754. What does a vexillilogist study?
80755. What is a vog?
80756. What are menhirs, cromlechs and dolmens?
80758. Fairly precisely, what links Eamonn Andrews, Clint Eastwood, Mrs. Mills, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore?
80760. What is the Hebrew term used in the Bible where linen and cotton is mixed?
80761. Which university was the first to offer a course in "Post-human Ethics"?
80763. Is there a six-letter word in the English language (no slang) that contains no vowels?
80765. Who are human's closest living relatives?
80766. What is the name of the dancing oracle in 'Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons'?
80768. For those who shave their legs, getting chillbumps makes leg hair grow more rapidly: fact or myth?
80769. What is Kelsey Grammar's accent? Sounds really English to my ears. Is his accent from a particular part of the States, or is this just a more neutral 'educated' accent?
80771. Why is wearing red good luck on 4th July in China, and what is the special reason for that?
80772. What is a 'satellite nation'?
80773. What is the Walt Whitman poem quoted by Lord Summerisle (Christopher Lee) during the 'Gently Johnny' sequence of "The Wicker Man"?
80774. How exactly do fruit machines (one-armed bandits) work?
80775. Tracy Lawrence enters the Top Ten this week for the first time since 2004. What was his last tune to crack the Top Ten?
80776. What is the name of the Goo Goo Dolls third album, released in 1990?
80777. Where was Rev. Jerry Falwell born?
80779. What is the name of the poem that the man reads at the banquet in the Stephen King movie "The Tommyknockers"?
80780. What is a dude ranch?
80781. Why do whales so often beach themselves?
80782. Who invented puppets?
80783. The song "Astronomy" by Blue Oyster Cult was originally released in 1974 on their album "Secret Treaties". In 1988, it was re-released on their album "Imaginos". On the music video for the song, which famed author did an intro and spoke of the imaginos, prior to the start of the song?
80785. Do people from Brazil and Portugal consider themselves Latin?
80786. Astronomers have been able to discover planets orbiting distant stars in recent years. Besides the sun, what is the closest star to Earth around which astronomers have discovered an orbiting planet?
80787. Which word came from the French meaning "holding the land together"?
80788. What is the brown sugar named after a river in Guyana?
80789. Which member of the A Team was a pilot?
80790. Which famous congressman starred in an episode of 'The Golden Girls'?
80791. What was the name of Sherlock Holmes' housekeeper?
80792. Which monarch was also known as Mrs. Brown?
80793. What part of a graduate's costume gave the Cordon Bleu cooking school its name?
80794. What did the body of water Balboa named El Mar de Sur, or 'The South Sea,' come to be called?
80796. Who has been deepest under water and to what depth using only an oxygen tank and no submercible?
80798. Which Canadian-raised member of the Dallas Mavericks has played in two NBA All-Star Games?
80799. Which species found in Malaysia is among the world's rarest and what is the name it is known to biologists by?
80800. Which animal lays close to 230 eggs per year?
80801. Where was Mark Chesnutt born on September 6, 1963?
80802. Who was the Canadian who invented the baseball glove?
80803. When and where was the first official 5 point try scored in rugby union?
80804. Prior to Carrie Underwood, who was the last artist Rascal Flatts unseated for the top spot on the Country Singles Chart?
80807. What album did U2 release in 1985?
80808. How did Shreddies get their diamond shape?
80811. Are car speedometers in kilometers in Canada and Europe?
80812. When was the first Honda made?
80814. Football legend Leo Cahill attended which University on a footbal scholarship?
80815. What term may either refer to a gigolo or to that person who signals to performers when they have to appear on stage?
80816. What sports league was born in 1949, when the BAA absorbed the remains of the NBL?
80818. What's the origin of the expression "As happy as Larry"?
80823. Which common object comes from the Greek term for 'pure-white'?
80824. Which dessert comes from the phrase 'pick me up'?
80825. Years ago I read about a "haunted" house that been supposedly built by spirits through mediums who were constantly passing new designs to the builders and architects. It was full of dead ends, staircases that led nowhere, rambling corridors and so forth, anyone know anything about it?
80827. Where in the world was the famous dry martini created and by whom?
80830. What is the distance between Asia and North America?
80831. What name of a pink flower originally refers to Whitsunday?
80832. What is the average height of a male in the United States?
80833. What is the average height of a female in the United States?
80834. What is said to be the last refuge of a scoundrel?
80835. What kind of earrings did Steely Dan like?
80836. Is any substance more slippery than Teflon?
80837. What 'Apollo 13' actor had a small role as a "street punk" in the 1984 movie 'The Terminator'? "Hey, I think this guy's a couple cans short of a six-pack."
80838. Which food object was named after the Sanskrit term for 'broken piece'?
80839. Which word describes a feigned refusal of something that is secretly coveted?
80840. Back in the 'Fifties, Bill Haley and his Comets had one of the first Rock'n'Roll hits with "See You Later, Alligator". Did the phrase pre-date the song or was it first written by the songwriter(s)?
80841. What is a group of squirrels called?
80842. What is the name of the little elephant in books by Jean de Brunhoff?
80843. Who played Pamela Barnes Ewing on 'Dallas'?
80844. What does 'karate' mean?
80845. What team made the NBA finals for the first time in franchise history in 2000?
80846. What did Mill Mahar say was a way of telling God, "You can't fire me. I quit"?
80847. What war saw the USS Housatonic become the first ship sunk by a submarine delivered torpedo?
80848. Which band had a song using John Cooper Clarke's poem 'I Wanna Be Yours' and what was the song title?
80849. Which well-known Canadian player was the youngest ever to compete for the national team?
80850. Who was the first player ever to be drafted into the National Hockey League?
80851. In 1947 who headlined the first country show to play New York's Carnegie Hall?
80852. Celine Dion's husband is also her what?
80854. What famous movie star is the voice of the bee in the Nasonex commercial?
80856. On "Gilligan's Island" what was Alan Hale's character's name of the skipper, and same with the professor? It was mentioned on the first episode broadcast on the radio naming the castaways of the SS Minnow and was mentioned only one time.
80857. Currently, how many different characters are there in 'Coronation Sreet'?
80861. Who was the first artist to win the Academy of Country Music's Most Promising Male Artist Award?
80862. In what movie did David Bowie appear in 1986 as the Goblin King?
80864. What was the name given the intercalated days in the Haab calendar?
80866. What was the name of Aladdin's mischievous monkey friend?
80867. Despite our best effort some pet stains always leave a residual mark. How long do any germs tend to remain there even after being treated with detergent?
80872. I read that the Nolan sisters have sold more records in Japan than the Beatles. This can't be true. Can it?
80874. Since Easter Island is 2,000 miles or more from other population centers, such as Chile and Tahiti, where is it believed that the original inhabitants came from?
80875. Who is Martin Popplewell?
80876. What is the name of the third book in 'Inheritance'?
80877. Why and when did Dylan McDermott change his name?
80879. If you fail a subject does it have to be on your c.v.?
80880. Is 'Wendy' from the chain fast food store a real girl or is it just a random name?
80882. What is the difference between pork, bacon, ham, and gammon?
80883. Is the "d" in Dvorjak silent?
80884. Why is Latin America 'Latin'?
80885. Dunedin, in South Island, New Zealand, is named after another city. Which city and in what language is it translated into?
80886. In 'The Simpsons' episode "Weekend at Burnsie's" what song are the band Phish playing at the benefit concert?
80887. A few years ago, a painting attributed (somewhat dubiously) to a major Italian master was prevented from leaving the U.K. by a national campaign. Now, another painting, this time a portrait, by that artist is about to appear on the auction block. What is the work about to be sold, who painted it and whom does it depict, and what was that earlier work? An illustration of either painting would be welcomed.
80889. Which specific occupation would require staff to have a haircut prior to each rostered day at work, spend almost the same time preparing to go to work than the average person spends at work, and has to have the ability to remember categorical knowledge of their surroundings including the whereabouts of the items (about 100) that they are in trust of?
80890. Why did Brutus and Cassius plot to kill Caesar?
80891. The Roman Republic rarely punished people, though they did punish slaves. Why was this?
80892. The Pax Romana began with the grandnephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar. Who was he?
80893. The Pax Romana supposedly ended when this emperor died. Who was he?
80897. What is the German term for the back of the pig, and which food object came from this word?
80898. What is the Chinese term which means 'small bean'?
80900. Did the U.S. ever circulate coins in denominations other than the current values of 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents, 50 cents, and 1 dollar?
80901. Which animal was named after the Teluga word for pig-rat?
80902. What is the French phrase for backward thought?
80903. What pro league features sports teams named Shocks, Fire and Storm?
80904. What is Floridian Slim Whitman's full name?
80905. What New England state sold its citizens an average $525 in lottery tickets during 1998?
80906. What public figure's retirement did German Bishop Karl Lehmann dare to suggest in 2000?
80908. What was the music playing over the 'In Memorium' tribute to those who died in the past year at this year's Television Bafta Awards (2007)?
80909. In the TV series "The Virginian" starrring James Drury what the Virginian's real name?
80910. In the Jason Aldean video for 'Johnny Cash' what does the top of the lit up sign on the right say?
80911. In 2002 which women's basketball star was chosen third overall in the WNBA draft, highest ever for a Canadian?
80912. Who was Canada?s first female medical doctor?
80913. Jennifer Tilly went to what high school?
80914. In the opening sequence of the late 1990s/early 2000s for 'Grange Hill' what was being written on the hand?
80915. Where in the UK do the 11+ and Grammar schools exist still (2007)?
80916. What is the title of the AC/DC album that was released in Australia in 1974?
80917. What branch of government worker has fewer assaults on them?
80918. Which country artist holds the record for the longest stint between first and last number on hits on the Country Singles chart?
80921. What Foundations song was a chart topper in the Billboard Hot 100?
80922. What is the name of the new book by Jay Fiset?
80923. At what age did Sheryl Crow write her first song?
80924. The last one occurred on 8 June 2004. The next one is in 2012. It never happened in the 20th century.
What is it?
80926. When was orange juice first made out of concentrate?
80928. What was Elvis Presley's first gold album?
80929. Who was the first teenager to have a cell phone?
80930. Is Fall Out Boy making a duluxe edition of their new CD 'Infinity on High'?
80931. What facility did the New York Mets call "home" in their inaugural season?
80932. What country singer is the brother-in-law of Kevin Sharp?
80933. How much has it cost in British pounds to grass over London's Trafalgar Square for a public awareness campaign?
80935. How many pairs of shoes does Celine Dion have?
80936. The Islamic symbol is of the crescent moon and a star (Venus) extremely close to the moon. How often does this occure and how did it become such an important religious sign?
80937. Where was Tim Duncan born?
80939. What is the highest you can get on an IQ test?
80940. O.K, U.S. sports fans: my building in Chicago is currently the location of a film shoot involving a young man who was the first member of his ethnic group to win a major American athletic award and who died young at the age of only 23. Who was he, and what is that award?
80941. How many houses does Oprah Winfrey have? How big are they, and where are they located?
80943. What is the origin of the game of dominoes?
80949. In Rome, why did the death of an emperor often result in a power struggle?
80951. Who led the Huns, invaders of the Roman empire in the 5th century?
80952. Who were the people who most influenced Roman culture?
80953. Has MaryLou Renton had hip surgery?
80954. Was Queen Victoria known to be either a very happy lady or more of a sad woman?
80955. Which Sanskrit term comes from the Sumerian term for 'to write'?
80956. What is the full German term for flak?
80957. What does Jesse James have tattooed on his right palm?
80959. J.K. Rowling said this, "A very famous writer once said, 'A book is like a mirror. If a fool looks in, you can't expect a genius to look out,'" on NBC's 'Today Show' on 10/20/00. Who is the famous writer she was referring to?
80960. Does anyone know who sings the song with the lyrics "If I had a dime for all the things I've done that didn't make no sense at all, I'd be livin' a little higher on the hog"?
80961. What do the intrepid farmers of Nemaha, Iowa use to square dance at the Farmall Promenade?
80962. What 1959 single by Billy ?Crash? Cradock was a hit in Australia?
80963. In the Rascal Flatts video for 'Stand' what is the second young woman wearing on her hands?
80964. Who was willing to become Boris Yeltsin?s fourth prime minister in 17 months, in August of 1999?
80965. How many top-seeded men's teams have lost a first-round March Madness game, through 2000?
80966. Who was the man who called himself the Poet Laureate of Canada?
80967. Who is the singer of the song 'Moments' with the lyrics "I've had my moments, days in the sun, moments I was second to none"?
80969. Who are all the coaches of the Toronto Raptors up to and including the 2003-04 season?
80970. What was Shania Twain?s first name before she changed it to Shania?
80973. How much is in a dollop?
80975. What was the name of the group that Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks formed together with fellow students Calvin Roper and Javier Pacheco?
80976. In the Nine Inch Nails video for 'Survivalism' what does it look like the topless girl is doing in front of the mirror?
80977. What is the starting date of the Long Count calendar?
80980. When did interleague play begin in Major League Baseball?
80983. Many rockers likened the voice to lead singer Dewey Bunnel in "A Horse With No Name" to that of another 1972 rocker. Who was he?
80984. Rick Trevino scored his last number one on the country charts in the spring of 1997 with what tune?
80985. What difference was there between mounted infantry and light cavalry?
80986. Which word comes from velours croché?
80987. Which dish was named after a charcoal kiln?
80990. In the TV programme 'Scrubs' what episode does Dr. Cox ask Barbie how she manages to get dressed in the morning because she didn't understand why JD was talking about baseball (a perfect run/game)?
80994. What is the difference between the mobile infantry and the army?
80995. What is the name of Angelina Jolie's oldest adopted child?
80997. Who plays piano for the band Keane?
80999. In the Buckcherry video for 'Everything' what color is the car at the beginning?