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Questions From Jun 14 07
82002. Do insects feel pain?
82003. Which president of the United States was the only one who didn't live in the White House?
82004. When and why did Joan of Arc get burned at the stake, and how old was she?
82007. Which characteristics gave Buckminster Fuller the idea that the universe was omnisynergistic?
82008. What is the speed at which colours vibrate called?
82009. What kind of car is Akon driving in the "Don't Matter" video?
82011. How many rivets were used in the constuction of the Forth railway bridge in Scotland?
82012. Which Canadian golfer is Hollywood planning to make a movie about?
82013. Any Christian names known of the Dalton Gang and how many of them?
82014. What did geologist Jim Reinders call the 26 cars he planted on end in a Nebraska wheat field as homage to an ancient site in England?
82015. What liver virus wasn't identified until Baruch Blumberg isolated the Australian antigen in 1963?
82017. What is the origin of the word assassination?
82018. What AC/DC album was released in the spring of 1978?
82019. What is the city in Ontario where Shania Twain was raised?
82020. In which state was Toby Keith born?
82022. What hoops coach accidentally shot his friend Thomas Mikunda while hunting grouse?
82024. What does it mean when there is a rainbow around the sun?
82026. Which 4 letter word can go before over, man, bird and dog to make different one-word terms?
82027. The surname of which great scientist is also the name given to the unit of force required to accelerate an object with a mass of one kilogram by one metre per second?
82028. Who has been the Prime Minister of Canada the longest?
82031. The actress tells "People" magazine that she is pregnant with her first child. Montgomery plays FBI Agent Samantha Spade on what CBS drama?
82032. How many US Presidents have had an attempt made on their life, whether successful like JFK or not like Reagan?
82033. In what state was Taking Back Sunday formed?
82035. Are there any openly gay NFL players, either playing now, or that have played in the past?
82037. Leann Rimes co-headlined the Something To Talk About Tour with what country artist?
82038. How long does it take a red blood cell to circumnavigate your body?
82039. How fast does a nerve impulse travel?
82040. What is the weakest of the five human senses?
82041. In the eye, what is the function of the iris?
82042. Which is the capital of Marshall Islands?
82043. In the movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" how many times is the word Bueller spoken?
82044. How many different reverse designs are there on euro coins, e.g. harp for Ireland, King Juan Carlos for Spain?
82045. A coin of the United States was legal tender at first, but was removed from this status. Nevertheless, they made millions more of them. What coin was this, and why did they go on making them?
82047. What does gle mean?
82049. What is the difference between subjunctive and indicative conditionals?
82050. Which composer encouraged Grieg to such an extent he dedicated many of his piano sonatas to him?
82051. Which tetrahedral system did Buckminster Fuller equate the cgs system to?
82052. If Bush was impeached and Cheney took over as President, would Pelosi become the Vice President or would someone be nominated and voted on?
82055. Who was the first person to break one minute in the 100 yard freestyle?
82058. Did Robert Plant play an instrument?
82059. What evidence exists that Barry Bonds used steriods?
82061. Besides tradition, what is the purpose of Yamacas?
82064. How do you explain the meaning of the slogan, "Light the Passion Share the Dream"?
82065. What popular ballerina retired from the Royal Ballet this week?
82066. Which dialogue of Socrates did Aristotle use to develop his study of rhetorics?
82067. Which same name is shared by Mark Antony's wife and the supreme councillor Fulvia's assistant in the televison science fiction series 'Star Maidens'?
82069. What is the capital of the Solomon Islands?
82071. Who is the biggest selling Canadian artist of all time?
82072. To the rest of the world a 'Yank' is a citizen of the United States, but I believe it means something more specific in the US itself, but what?
82073. The BBC makes regular references to 'Central London' but is there an actual definitive geographical definition of what this is?
82074. What is the oldest still-standing man-made structure in the world?
82077. All people are either left or right handed, is the same true for our feet?
82079. Are "freak shows" illegal in the United States?
82080. In 'Operation Theatre' a bulb is switched on and switched off as soon as the operation finishes. What is the specific reason for that?
82081. Which are the countries whose contacts are very very limited with the outside world and why?
82082. When was the first pinball machine?
82083. I was invited to look at a thick picture book with a couple of toddlers. They were charmed by its whimsy; I was mildly disturbed. The shades of Sally Mann and Lewis Carroll seemed to hover nearby, and I even thought I saw Georgia O'Keefe's flit by on one page. What was the book, and who is its "author"?
82084. Where can I find the lyrics and artist to the last song in the DCOM "Cow Belles" called "It's All Good Now?"
82085. What is the shortest land border between two countries in Asia?
82086. What is the shortest land border between two countries in Africa?
82088. In 'Rocky IV' what song is playing as Rocky arrives in Russia?
82089. What do you call the ridges on the side of the coins?
82090. What is the proper term for the big toe?
82091. What do you call the stretching that accompanies yawning?
82092. What is the word for the white part of your fingernail near the cuticle?
82093. How many movies, made-for-TV or otherwise, have Dave Coulier and Tim Meadows starred in together?
82094. What is the shortest land border between two countries in Latin America?
82096. Who personified the river in James Joyce's books?
82097. What was the name of Lucian Freud's dog (greyhound) often depicted in his paintings?
82098. What were the two main dances of the Han dynasty and how does this relate to Brice Marden's paintings?
82100. Do all roulette wheels have their numbers in the same order?
82101. What are the two mostly commonly used words in the English language?
82105. Who was the legendary prankster that first became the hero of a popular story written by a francophone Munich-born author, and then became the subject of a
well-known musicwork written by a composer also born in Munich?
82106. Is lip balm addictive?
82107. What is the origin of the "oggy oggy oggy, oi oi oi" crowd chant?
82108. What is the tune played on the Pirates of the Carribean lottery scratch card ad on TV?
82109. What were the fantastically shaped rocks collected in the Song dynasty of China?
82110. Which country in the world was the first to have widespead use of SMS texting?
82111. Is Father's Day celebrated in the UK?
82112. In which year was the European Common Market created?
82113. Which team knocked Limerick out of the 1998 Senior Hurling Championship?
82114. In which country is the world's deepest lake?
82115. The Oillean Pipes derive their name from which part of the human body?
82117. What do the UK TV shows The Brothers, SuperTed, Tiswas, Button Moon, Casanova, and Cracker have in common?
82118. In the third series of the TV show 'Highlander' in the episode "Song of the Executioner" the character Kalas is seen miming to an opera aria on stage. What is the piece of music?
82119. The U.S. Mint is planning to issue a series of consecutive coins honoring presidential spouses. Which coin blatantly deviates from the plan?
82120. What were the first names and the surname of the famous six highly educated Italian sisters four of whom were painters and one of which was befriended by artists such as Michel Angelo and Sir Anthony van Dyke, made a career as a court painter in Spain and died at the age of 93?
82121. If you roll a snowball while on top of a big hill, can the snowball really gather more snow around it, getting bigger and bigger until gradually reaching about the size of a boulder?
82122. In season 1 of 'American Inventor' two brothers who were in a band presented their invention. Who were the brothers and what was the name of their band?
82123. What hit did Tom Petty and Bob Dylan write together?
82124. Why does a rubber sucker stick against a wall and not fall down?
82125. When a syringe is put in the beaker, why does the water level in the beaker fall down and how does the water go up the syringe?
82126. What is different about the molecular weight structure of glazes used by conservators to repair old and dilapidated paintings?
82128. What is a superstition?
82129. Who are the foreigners or other countries who influenced the culture and literature of the Filipinos?
82130. What nickname did fans affectionately give deaf-mute Giants pitcher Luther Taylor?
82131. On the PGA circuit, the closest a Canadian has come to winning the US Open was in 1985, when he tied for second. Who was he?
82132. What is the meaning of heritage?
82133. What is the French term Lacan used to describe the catachrestical utterances of his patients?
82134. What percentage of every human being ever lived since the dawn of time is alive now?
82135. What is the name of the operation launched in the 1970s by South American dictators to kill their political opponents?
82136. Which volcano's eruption caused such extreme weather conditions in many parts of the world that 1816 was known as "the year without a summer"?
82137. Who started a birth control business when her mom died at 50, after 11 births and 7 miscarriages?
82138. What is the difference between a senator and a governor, and which is higher in rank?
82139. The 1968 Academy Awards gave the Best Actress Award to Barbra Streisand for 'Funny Girl' and Katharine Hepburn for 'The Lion in Winter.' Has there ever been any other ties in the Academy's history and why was a tie allowed here?
82140. Which is the only state of the USA to be named (perhaps not obviously!) for a Christian festival?
82141. What movie character shilled for Virgin "Shaglantic" Airways by chirping, "Five times a day? Yeah, baby!"?
82142. Of all of Brooks & Dunn's number one hits, what is the only one Kix Brooks has sung lead on?
82143. What year did Pamela Anderson reunite with her husband, Tommy Lee?
82146. Which common fairy tale character, named after a salad vegetable usually flavoured with a tangy vinaigrette, connects with a rare intestinal disorder?
82147. Who was the original bassist for AC/DC?
82151. In the Phil Collins video for 'Land Of Confusion' what does he kiss while saying good night?
82154. What is the name of the country club in 'Caddy Shack'?
82155. In MLB what is slugging percentage?
82156. How old is LeAnn Rimes and when was she born?
82157. Who was the first girl bishop? (Note: This question is worded very carefully.)
82159. Was Juan Pablo Montoya the first driver to drive in the British F3 and NASCAR in his career?
82160. Why does the US state of Oklahoma call themselves "Sooners"?
82161. What Pay-Per-View did Vengeance take over for in 2002?
82163. What was the oldest living animal ever?
82164. Which World Series was Babe Ruth at in which he called his shot, and who was pitching?
82166. In the Dwight Yoakam video for 'A Thousand Miles from Nowhere' what moving thing is shown on the right side of the screen?
82167. Is it possible for the gums in a human mouth to grow back after receding through violent trauma?
82168. We all know what landscape is, but what is hardscape?
82170. What percent of people in the world are naturally blond?
82171. What is the center verse in the Bible?
82172. In Test match cricket, on what score have the maximum number of batsman got out?
82173. I love this quote but I don't know who said it or where to find any information on it. Does anyone know? "For today, my day has been made complete, For today I heard a child's laughter."
82174. When you purchase a gift card does the company mark the item as a sale, or not until it is used?
82175. Is the pronghorn a true antelope?
82176. What is the name of the song playing during the "peach stealing" scene in the movie 'A Bronx Tale'?
82177. What is the reason of the rotation of the earth with its own axis?
82178. Before Australia was "discovered" to which place did Britain used to send its prisoners?
82179. W.H. Auden admired this writer and artist and wrote a poem in his honour, describing him as "a dirty landscape painter who hated his nose." Who?
82180. What are the steps in order for a volcano to erupt?
82181. Which poem contains the line, "Raise the red flag triumphantly"?
82182. Which poem contains the line, "Your future tense"?
82183. On 'The Vicar of Dibley' what is the song they sing at the end of the episode with Kylie Minogue?
82186. What chilling name is reserved for the semi-final round in the NCAA hockey championships?
82187. What watchdog magazine did a 2000 jury blame for showing ?reckless disregard? for the truth when it trashed the Isuzu Trooper?
82188. Which OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) recipient has a grandchild who competed in the Commonwealth Games, is credited for 'entertaining' a certain gothic 'Mistress', but is better known for an incident involving a particular piece of his attire?
82189. Pakistan's cricket coach, Bob Woolmer, thought to have been murdered in Kingston, Jamaica last month, was found to have died of natural causes by authorities. Which country did the Pakistani team lose to in the World Cup?
82193. How many sisters does Keanu Reeves have?
82194. What is the name of the world's largest sapphire?
82195. What novel by R. Bradbury is named for the temperature at which paper catches fire?
82196. 'American Graffiti' was set in which year?
82197. What will most people write when offered a new pen to use?
82198. In the Big & Rich video for "Comin' to Your City" what flies across the sky after the old man disappears?
82200. What planet?s position did Urbain Leverrier predict in 1845 from glitches in Uranus? orbit?
82202. In 'Pokemon' what does a metang evolve into?
82203. Gretchen Wilson cooked and tended bar at what rough-and-tumble bar alongside her mom at age 14?
82204. Which country produces the most different kinds of cheese?
82205. In a church salutation when is the title "Right Reverend" appropriate?
82206. In the Moody Blues video for 'Your Wildest Dreams' what is stuck in a tree?
82207. Which goalkeeper has played in all four divisions of the English football league in one season?
82208. Whose recent publicly exposed documents gives predictions about the Apocalypse?
82209. Sylvia Plath, a well known poet and celebrity, had a bizarre death. What happened?
82210. What was the lowest temperature ever recorded in the world? What place, year, and date?
82211. How many and which American presidents are not buried in the United States?
82212. What is the name of a poem written to celebrate a wedding?
82213. What record kept Boney M's "Rasputin" off the top spot in the UK charts?
82215. Who connects a bell, a pig and a crutch, and how does he lead to a peal of bells?
82216. What was the first invention to break the sound barrier?
82217. What would you be doing in Scotland if you were to deedle?
82220. Constructed for the benefit of outcasts and possibly the oldest structure in its general location, this building became the excuse for a regular late summer/early autumn event that was the largest of its kind for several centuries. One year at that event, a certain student-scientist purchased a signficant book and, possibly, a couple of items made of glass. What is the building, and what was that event; who was the scientist, and what did he buy?
82222. What year was Stevie Nicks born?
82225. What is the name of the 50's - 60's cartoon where the professor and his assistant, who would whisper in his ear then the professor would draw on the walls to show the answer or theory?
82226. Who was recently named the 15th head coach of the Calgary Flames?
82227. Who did Billy Martin dare to call a "fat bastard" at spring training in 1977?
82228. Which countries do not have a railroad?
82229. In "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" what are the exact words that are exchanged between Mr. Gibbs and Jack? The situation was where the Black Pearl crew were at Shipwreck Cove, and Jack was saying something along the lines of pirates not being very creative when it came to naming things, and then saying he knew a man who had half a leg or something. Mr. Gibbs asked what he called him, to which Jack replied, "Larry."
82230. What's the difference between cryonics and cryogenics? Is there a difference?
82231. For that summer nature hike, how does one tell the difference amongst poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac. Do all three cause the same type of skin irritation?
82232. Which artist had a band in high school called C Notes?
82233. What web development language is a acronym for "pathological electric rubbish lister"?
82234. On what street is the narrowest building in Canada found?
82236. What is the name of the album released by Alan Jackson in 1994, his second straight number one country album?
82237. What TV marionette did the Detroit Institute of the Arts claim the Rose family promised to give them in a 2000 court case?
82238. Which original member of the Rolling Stones, a pianist, was forced out of the band in 1963 at the insistence of Andrew Loog Oldham, who was the Stones' manager at the time?
82241. If you have only one kidney does it effect how alcohol is filtered out of your body?
82242. Approximately how many hours per day does a cat nap?
82244. What music group sings the song 'How
Far is Heaven'?
82247. How many U.S. states border an ocean?
82250. Jim Carrey was chosen by what magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World in 1997?
82251. What animated movie from the 80's had a guy singing on stage till he dies, I guess, and a girl walks up to him?
82252. What was the pop group who recorded the hits "I am a Spy in the House of Love" and "Do the Dinosaur"?
82254. When Christians bring their religion to other cultures it is called to 'evangelize'. What is it called if persons from another religion, for example Muslims, bring their religion to other cultures?
82256. What are the different types of golf clubs?
82257. In the Natasha Bedingfield video for 'Unwritten' what word scrolls across the screen?
82258. Said of a promiscuous woman, "She's no better than she should be," it seems a very silly and almost meaningless phrase. How did it get started?
82259. In which city is 'Madam Butterfly' set?
82260. Andrew Lloyd Webber had four musicals playing simultaneously in London in 1984. Can you name them, please?
82261. When Americans go to university, why do they call it 'going to college'?
82262. What does it mean when US teenagers say 'going steady' and what's the origin of this?
82263. Why is Washington DC's grid system lettered and not numbered?
82265. When was the first gay pride parade?
82266. What is the smallest city in the world to have a tube/subway?
82268. What is the largest city in the United States that does NOT have public transportation?
82269. What is Forteanea?
82270. I know there are many different factors that can cause it, but what is actually going on when your ears ring? Where does the ringing sound come from?
82271. What is the difference between a hotel and a motel?
82272. Who was the oldest US president and where was he born?
82273. How many US presidents are still living and who are they?
82274. Before Columbus, who was said to have discovered America?
82275. Who was the oldest human to live, are they still living, and how old are they?
82276. What did Lacan mean by 'l'entre-deux-morts'?
82277. What is the connotational difference between Pfiffigkeit and List and how does Hegel use these words in his writing?
82278. Who invented the 'Transformers' cartoon series?
82279. What famous rocker was quoted saying the following, "I've looked at life from both sides now, From win and lose and still somehow, It's life's illusions I recall, I really don't know life at all"?
82280. How many thousand feet, or fraction thereof, are in one ton of timber?
82281. Which German word does Nietzsche use to designate the artistic state of Apollonian and Dionysian frenzy?
82283. What battle is Benjamin Britain associated with? (Note: that is not a typo.)
82284. What Union, Maine 'nerve food' was the best-selling soft drink in the US until World War II?
82285. On the England Football team's national badge, there are three lions and ten roses.
What do these symbolise?
Thank you in advance
82286. What subatomic particles come in ?flavors? named up, down, charm, strange, top and bottom?
82287. The Toronto Argonauts released two players this week; Randy McAuley and who else?
82289. Right before the opening song to 'The Laverne and Shirley Show' the two stars are dancing through Milwaukee making loud statements that sound somewhat like gibberish. What are these statements and what do they mean?
82290. What was the first baseball team to retire third baseman Wade Boggs? jersey?
82291. What early TV star had his own line of blue jeans?
82295. In what city was Randy Meisner, singer and bassist for The Eagles, born?
82297. What is the title of Shania Twain?s second album, released in 1995?
82298. What is the name of Gwen Stefani?s third album?
82299. What fabled performer used injections of urine from a pregnant woman as part of a crash diet to lose 25 pounds before an innovative 1973 concert?
82301. In the Faith Hill video for 'Like We Never Loved at All' what does Faith take off her face?
82304. Which iconic American actor was a general in the United States Air Force?
82306. Buyers of timber in the Southeast have begun buying by the ton instead of "thousand of feet," on the stump. I'm trying to equate the price paid by the thousand feet with a tonnage price for the green timber. Any further help much appreciated.
82307. How did Vincent Van Gogh die?
82309. How many different line-ups have Santana had?
82312. I read that Sherlock Holmes never once used the phrase, "Elementary, my dear Watson." If this is true, then where did the phrase come from?
82314. How did the musical phrase that accompanied the "You can be sure if it's Westinghouse" TV ads appear on the Screen Gems logo?
82315. According to historians, this poet was once guaranteed a monetary accolade by the current Head of State to which evidently was abjured solomnly to a lesser stake. What little he did receive apparently he gave to a liquor salesman. Who was this poet, what was the title of the masterpiece to which is currently honoured by a world peace agency, and can you provide his final line of damnation to that Head of State?
82316. How does an incorrectly titled drawing utensil co-incide with a collection of people who practice an ascetic lifestyle who may or may not have hidden their forbidden 'protein' within a culinary delicacy?
82317. Levon Helm, of The Band, was born on May 26th of what year?
82318. Which European university has the most students?
82319. What is the longest single subway line in the world?
82320. I have been told that the popular energy drink in the UK "Red Bull" is banned in the USA and France due to an ingredient in the drink that has been found to cause brain problems like haemorrhages and aneurysms and these findings came from examination of the drugs US soldiers were getting in Viet Nam to keep them alert. Can anybody confirm this or is it just another rumour?
82321. When is the next soccer World Cup games?
82322. Is the weather in Florida better in June and July or in September and October? I like temps of 26-32 C.
82324. Why do people slouch?
82325. I am looking for the name of the song playing during the "peach-stealing" scene in the movie "A Bronx Tale" not the whole soundtrack, just the name of that particular song. It is not listed on the soundtrack.
82327. Why do we call the Scottish 'Jocks' and Americans use the word to describe sportsmen?
82328. How was the modern 24-hour clock determined, and how was the idea confirmed?
82329. What Hungarian was a strange pick to costar with June Carter and Ferlin Husky in the woeful 1958 flick 'Country Music Holiday'?
82331. What Phillies manager proudly announced, "I?ve got a great repertoire with my players"?
82332. When is season 3 of "Prison Break" due to be released in the US? Even better, could you tell me when its due to be released in South Africa?
82333. What momentous event do astronomers think ?cosmic background radiation? is left over from?
82334. Who ended Randy Orton's seven month reign as Intercontinental Champion at last year's Vengeance?
82335. The first zoo in Canada, and the first in North America, was opened in what year?
82336. What is Reba McEntire?s father?s name?
82337. Nelly Furtado learned to play trombone and ukulele at age nine, keyboards at age 11 and began composing at what age?
82338. What song was used to promote 'The Sopranos' on AE last night? I believe a line in the song was, "Momma, we're so full of lies."
82341. What role did David Schofield play in 'Pirates of the Caribbean 3'?
82343. According to the Bible, how many proverbs did Solomon know?
82344. What is the title of the Doors album released in October of 1967?
82345. Until when were mules part of the British Army?
82347. Why does the city The Hauge have "The" in its name, and are there any other cities like this?
82349. The Monkees starred in what movie in 1968?
82350. In the Shinedown video for 'Fly From the Inside' when the guy with a tie turns around from the window, what does he see?
82351. Rory Singer is set to fight "The Athlete" also known as Tuf Killer" in Belfast at UCF72. Who do these nicknames refer to?
82353. In the Toby Keith video for 'I Wanna Talk about Me' what is he holding in his hands?
82355. Was Krishna a historic person?
82356. What country artist was named Sexiest Vegetarian of the Year by the people for the Ethical Treatment of Animals in 2005?
82359. What is the origin of the phrase "hand over fist"?
82360. On AskFT in earlier days there were dinner parties with exotic (to say the least) recipes. Here's one I would hesitate to cook or eat. What would you make from this lot? 4 game pigeons, 6 ox palates, 6 lambs' stones, 6 veal sweetbreads, 20 cockscombs, 4 artichoke bottoms, 1 pint oysters, the marrow of 3 bones, butter, gravy, mace and seasoning - and hard pastry...
82361. Why should one minimise therbligs?
82367. What does 'rafiki ya wanyama' mean?
82369. How large is the Inishmore Island?
82371. Did Billy Joel ever appear on "Moonlighting" with Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd?
82372. Who was the twelfth president of the United States? When and where was he born?
82373. What are the five largest islands of Turkey?
82374. What are the five largest islands of the Persian Gulf?
82375. Enjoying the chocolates brought by guests from Switzerland, we asked what makes them so good. With a twinkle, one replied, "It's a secret." After discussion, we have three possible answers, having eliminated an idea I floated and one person whose hair color I won't mention almost bought, that cacao trees grow better in the Alps than in the tropics.
Does anyone have a definitive, verified answer?
82381. When in the 20th century did the University of Oxford reintroduce the division of the Second Class into upper and lower sections, II.i and II.ii?
82383. Does anyone know the identity of the man Sarah McLachlan has an affair with in the video of her song 'Stupid'?
82384. Michael arrives after Keith, and William may not come at all. When will Kyle arrive?
82385. Which two people shared the Nobel Peace prize in 1925?
82386. Who coined the phrase "serial killer"?
82387. What has been proven to be the most accurate air rifle that the general public can buy?
82388. What is the fastest road legal 125cc motorcycle that is available to purchase?
82390. How did the term "Computer Bug" come about?
82392. Is Portsea Island an island?
82394. Who was the 32nd president of the Inited States and where was he born?
82395. How does a lava lamp work?
82397. Who was the first President of the United States to have his picture taken?
82398. What Dean Martin song mentions the capital of the Campania region of Southern Italy?
82399. What is the difference between Halloween and Devil's Night?
82400. Is it true that a car drove past during a scene of 'The Lord of The Rings'?
82401. When is "Hexennacht" celebrated in Germany?
82402. When does Spain celebrate their independence day?
82403. How many stones exist in the Ale's Stones of Kaseberga?
82404. Whose life was ended by a man called James Kavanagh in 1970?
82406. Does anyone know what a 13, 14 and 15 sided shape is called?
82407. How old is Ted Tuckerman, legendary British television angling correspondent and former chairman of the National Federation of Anglers?
82408. Why is the top line on a phone keypad 123, when the top line of a calculator or computer keypad is 789?
82410. Who was the last unseeded player to win the Wimbledon ladies' singles title?
82411. What are the five largest islands controlled by mainland China?
82412. What are the five largest islands controlled by South Korea?
82413. How did Chemical Ali come to be so called?
82414. Does anyone know the name of this short animated film: White background, starts with a slow paced music, humping bugs, nature in full, then comes men and starts inventing things and then fighting, facing war, flying planes then there is more and more noise and war then everything gets destroyed, then the slow paced music starts all over again?
82415. In the movie 'The Pacifier' what ever happens to Howard Plummer?
82416. When will the 2007/08 Ryman League Premier Division football fixtures be drawn?
82417. What is the difference between "la" and "el" in Spanish?
82418. This is a cryptic clue to what place in France, 'What a common madame'?
82419. From which branch of Christianity did Protestant originate from?
82420. What is the title of the Doors album released in 1967?
82421. The son of a London shop owner whose place of business was made famous in a charming epistolary book, this rather colorful figure played a significant role in wartime intelligence activities involving clandestine communications. Later, he was responsible for a highly-regarded but once controversial horror film, and he was also the voice of evil in an even more controversial film released nearly 20 years ago. Who was he, what was his father's business, and what are those two films?
82422. "A fairly permanent piece of land surrounded by water and possessing substantial vegetation" - is this the most common definition of an island?
82423. How many CC's are in an ounce?
82424. What is the price of gasoline in Japan and how does its price compare to the prices in Europe: Germany, France or London?
82425. How did Schopenhauer deal with the concept of a priori knowledge in his Fourfold Root of Reason?
82426. What is the major river in Osaka called?
82427. How was modernity in an artist defined by Baudelaire?
82428. Is there anything in our solar system that is bigger than the sun?
82429. On the show 'Drive' what is the exact name of the remix of the Doors' 'Roadhouse Blues'?
82430. What is the difference between an island and an islet, and how large must an islet be to be renamed an island? Are there actually islets (or cays/keys) that are larger than islands?
82431. Is New York the only city that lists their fire department with FD in front of the city? (FDNY)
82432. What is the population of the European Union since the last influx of new countries?
82434. I was in Germany last summer and I had a drink that was cola and I believe an orange soda flavor. I believe I got it out of a Coke machine. Does anyone know the name of the drink I am talking about?
82435. On aerosol cans, there is a warning not to leave them in strong sunlight or throw them in a fire. What are the physical reasons for it?
82436. What is the name given to the temperature when molecules of a gas have utterly no energy?
82437. What campy TV cook-off did one Japanese critic describe as, "Julia Child meets the World Cup meets the Metropolitan Opera"?
82438. Why do some people feel the cold more than others?
82439. Why is there a wall being built in Palestine, and what is the purpose of it?
82440. What West African tree's bark is the potent ingredient in an FDA approved drug for impotence?
82441. What is the sophmore and freshman years in America?
82442. Are Islam and Jewish the main religions in Israel?
82444. What Dominican born Expos star put together the longest hitting streak of the 1990s?
82447. Where in Canada did woman first have the right to vote?
82448. Sidney Crosby is chasing Gretsky's records, but he picked up one of his own recently when he picked up several awards. He became the first teenager to win what?
82453. What is the name of Shannon Tweed's younger sister?
82454. Who was the youngest person ever chosen for the Country Music Hall of Fame?
82455. How many names are said in the album that the first song on the album starts with, "A long, long time ago" and the last song ends with the words, "There's still a little place, called _____"? The missing word would give away the name of the song.
82456. Have any MLB teams ever worn shorts?
82459. What is a "Leaving Certificate"?
82460. Why are earwigs called earwigs when they don't involve ears?
82462. Which famous Chinese actor was born on my birthday, April 7?
82464. What religion is Miley Cyrus?
82465. What prominent singer of the '50's was known as "Ole Velvet Tongue"?
82467. In the Faith Hill video for 'Like We Never Loved at All' what two white words are at the top of the record he hands Faith?
82470. In the Harry Potter books who claims credit for splattering Percy's glasses with mashed parsnips?
82472. In the Harry Potter books who said, "Ah, of course. There is no need to tell me any more, Ms. Granger. Which one of you will be dying this year?"
82473. In the Harry Potter books the Patronus spell can defeat which two dark creatures?
82474. In the Harry Potter books what creature emerges from a chicken's egg hatched beneath a toad?
82477. What is the phrase for "Someone who probably has followers even as a child"? (letters = four, six)
82478. What is the five letter word for coffee mixed with brandy?
82479. Invite POW to change the opinion (letters = four, five)?
82480. Which is the world's leading IT research and advisory group?
82481. Is Mayonaise a brand or a product name?
82482. When did it come into fashion for women to shave their armpits and legs?
82483. Is there a difference between being Catholic and being Roman Catholic?
82484. Is Australia and island or a continent, or both?
82486. What music video involves four guys and eight treadmills, and they all do a wonderfully choreagraphed "dance" using these treadmills? Please can you tell what the song is called and which group sings it?
82487. How old is Professor Dumbledore in 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone'?
82488. This exotic invitation was never actually issued in the film with which it is associated, but it became famous when a certain, um, fragrant cartoon character used it for the purposes of seduction. What is it?
82489. Why is the International Date Line located in the Pacific Ocean?
82491. Why is it that when Elvis is referenced in cartoons he usually says something about wanting a peanut butter and banana sandwich?
82492. Is it true that Linkin Park's lead singer, Chester Bennington, sometimes has to step offstage between songs to vomit due to the stress his body is under because of his constant screamo-like singing?
82493. What is a 'barrier island'?
82495. This detergent has been used over 4,000 years. What is its name?
82499. When was Tom Felton of Harry Potter born? He played Draco Malfoy.