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Questions From Jul 06 07
83001. How big is the largest island of Bangladesh, Bhola Island?
83002. In the video 'Refugee' what color is Tom Petty's shirt?
83003. Who wrote the song "Working Class Heros"?
83007. Does an active sex life help guard against male prostate illness?
83008. In 1984 what razor company offered ZZ Top members Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill one million dollars to shave their beards?
83009. What phrase was said by a character on a television cartoon a total of 572 times by one person, and the only other word said by that character was "No!"?
83010. Will a movie adaption of the "Cirque Du Freak" books be released?
83011. What US president appears on both sides of US paper currency?
83012. How many states are named on the Lincoln Memorial as depicted on the US $5 bill?
83013. Is the state of Indiana considered the mid-west?
83014. Alice Roberts, a presenter on the BBC programme Coast, has the strangest vowels I've ever heard. She speaks standard English except for two vowels. She says 'most' and all other similar words as 'maist' and 'down' and 'thousand' etc as 'dain' and 'thaisand'. She lives in Bristol but doesn't sound like that. I'm good with accents but all her other sounds have no regional bias at all and these changes she does have follow no known area. Can anyone help?
83015. After the Beatles broke up how many known times did John Lennon and Paul McCartney meet?
83016. Which city's streets generally have no names?
83017. What is the name of the award given to honor the best sites on the internet?
83018. How did Joseph Merrick, better known as 'The Elephant Man' die?
83019. What is the breed of horse known as KWPN?
83020. General Ulysses S. Grant allowed General Robert E. Lee to keep both his horse and his gun after Lee surrendered the Civil War. This defied all tradition. Why did he do it?
83022. How many people live in Portsea Island, a part of Portsmouth?
83023. Which basketball players have won a State championship, an NCAA championship, an Olympic gold medal, and an NBA championship?
83024. What do singers John Cale and Joan Jett have in common?
83025. Which film industry mogul did young Steven Spielberg present the short film "Amblin'" to?
83026. After winning the America's Cup in 2003, why didn't Russell Coutts defend his championship in 2007?
83027. Why are some people more prone to mosquito bites than others?
83028. Which country is the Gobi Desert in?
83029. What is the first word of the song 'Ob-La Di, Ob-La Da' by the Beatles?
83030. Who wrote the song 'Dancing in the Rain'?
83032. Which company made Mortal Kombat?
83033. What is the name of the drummer in Linkin Park?
83034. What is a Dally M?
83035. How many US presidents have either been atheist or agnostic?
83036. As of 2006, how many Formula One rookie drivers have won the Driver's Championship?
83037. How many movies did Henry Fonda do with his children?
83038. Whatever happened to former British wrestler "Cyanide" Sid Cooper, formerly "Cry Baby" Cooper?
83039. What is former British wrestler Mark "Rollerball" Rocco doing these days?
83040. Just what is the brand name "Wii" supposed to stand for?
83041. Under what conditions can pure water be in a solid liquid and gas phase at the same time in thermodynamic equilibrium?
83043. Can pure alcohol be frozen like an ice cube in the freezer?
83044. Where is the world's largest public restroom or toilet?
83045. When is Emma Thompson's birthday?
83046. Who created the first website?
83047. Who plays Susan Bones in the Harry Potter movies?
83048. What exactly is the Vulpine Imperium and how is it Redwall related?
83049. How can the FBI, CIA, MI6, MI5 and other intelligence services listen in to digital mobile phones, yet can't pick up internet telephones? I thought digital phones were scambled and impossible to re-scramble.
83050. In what movie does the line, "And stop picking on Dim, it's part of the new way," appear?
83051. What size is a city block? Do they differ from city to city?
83052. What is the name of the Miami Dolphins's LOLB?
83053. What is the furthest distance in any direction from the centre of Australia to the coast?
83054. Name the country song that says, "Said goodbye to his momma as he left South Dakota to fight for the Red, White and Blue" and had the year 1965 in it. What was this song about?
83055. How many books are in the "Warriors" series?
83056. Which cat becomes leader of ThunderClan when which leader dies in the "Warriors" series?
83057. Which ancient mummy might have been just discovered?
83058. In 1995 an English food producer was facing bankruptcy, but an unrelated mention of their product by an animated character increased sales and business is now booming. What is the product and who was the character?
83059. Which building contains the largest number of toilets in the world?
83060. What 20th-century decade saw Baron Bich invent the world's first disposable razor?
83061. U.S. history- The Continental Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes pattern for the national flag in what year?
83062. What pro golfer answers to the nickname "Double D"?
83063. At what age do Hogwart's students take the OWLs?
83064. Who wrote 'Tales from the Magic Rocking Horse'?
83066. Avril Lavigne is native to which Canadian province?
83068. Mike Fox won the Queen's Plate, the first leg of the Canadian Triple Crown. What is the name of next event in the series?
83069. What movie had actors/actresses from three generations of one family acting in it?
83070. How many time zones are there in Canada?
83071. What is the name of Bon Jovi?s third album released in 1986?
83072. Kenny Chesney just put on the hat of record producer for an album by which country music icon?
83074. Which original band member of The Lovin? Spoonful was a native of Toronto and known as the ?zany one??
83076. At which ground does the Irish national team play their home games in Rugby Union?
83077. David Frost, Johnny Speight and Geoffrey Boycott chose the same record on the programme 'Desert Island Discs'. What was it?
83078. Buddy Jewell entered a singing contest sponsored by what famous band?
83079. What was Gavin Degraw?s first single in 2004?
83080. In the German navy it is Fahnrich, in the French navy it is Aspirant, and in the Italian navy it is Guardia Marina. What rank is or was it in the Royal Navy?
83081. In the movie "Child's Play" what is the name of the company that makes Good Guy Dolls?
83082. In the Faith Hill video for 'Like We Never Loved at All' what does the lady try to hand her that is white when she is sitting on the bed?
83083. What Lake will the 2007 Cowtown Drag Boat Nationals be held at?
83085. What's the basic name of the ground-to-air medium-range American missile that during the gulf war successfully intercepted the Iraqi Scud missiles?
83087. What is the name of the Al Pacino movie where he is a lawyer who has done horrible things in his life and he is dying of AIDS in the hospital alone? Meryl Streep is in it as well.
83090. What was the name of Caroline Kennedy's pet pony?
83091. Who was Tsar Alexander's grandmother?
83092. How many types of relationships does Hallmark make cards for?
83093. When the Order retrieved Harry from Privet Drive, how did they check to see if it was really him?
83094. Does the adjective 'Dutch' refer to people only from Holland, or the whole of the Kingdom of the Netherlands?
83095. London welcomed the Tour de France this weekend, but has the event left France before, and if so when and where?
83096. Has Alistair Campbell, Tony Blair's Communications Director 1997-2003 ever lived in Burnley, Lancashire, the home of the football team he supports?
83097. What is the name of this song, and who sings it?
Here are some of the lyrcs: I wanna feel you, yes I do. I wanna feel your pain. I wanna taste your sweetness. Blood running through my veins. I wanna paint your portrait."
83100. Is M. Night Shyamalan really making a live-action movie based on Nickelodeon's cartoon series 'Avatar: The Last Airbender', or is it all hype?
83101. When is season three of 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' premiering on Nickelodeon?
83102. How many Navajos have played in MLB?
83103. Inspired by the Netherlands question, why in English do we use the term 'Great Britain' as it is only a translation from French, who call both Britain and Brittany Bretagne, and therefore needed to separate the two. As far as I know there are no other Britains so absolutely no need to call our country anything but 'Britain'. So does anyone know why we adopted the name the French use despite having no need to do so?
83104. Who plays Chris in 'Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board'?
83105. Who plays Kyle on 'Kyle XY'?
83106. How did Kyle from 'Kyle XY' end up with the family?
83107. How old is Emily Osment?
83110. What band was made up of only Rob Bourdon and Brad Delson and eventually broke up?
83115. What is a clype, or clipe, in Scotland?
83116. A Nobel Prize winner known for "magical realism" called the founder of a Utopian community in his country the "inventor of the world." Who is the laureate, who is the founder, and what is the name of the community? (OK, OK, not Utopian-- ecologically self-sustaining--but it sounds nice to me.)
83117. The last star added to the American flag was for the state of Hawaii in what year?
83118. What European nation officially adopted the metric system in 1864 but waited until the 1970's to implement it?
83119. What native son was the only golfer to win the British Open twice in the 1990s?
83120. The new FIFA ranking have been announced. Which team is in last place?
83122. To what country did Kenny Chesney travel to star in the video for his hit "You Save Me"?
83123. Canada has the world's longest what?
83124. In the Big & Rich video for "Comin' to Your City" what are they eating out of the bowl?
83125. The Metallica hit, "Whiskey in the Jar" first appeared on what Irish rockers' 1973 album?
83126. Who portrayed Agent Hotchner's brother in the Season 1 episode of 'Criminal Minds' titled 'The Tribe'?
83129. Who plays keyboards for Maroon 5?
83130. In the Cameo video for 'Word Up' on the lower left screen it says Retro Boogie what?
83131. The Tour de France is on again. But which rider, after the Prologue and the first three stages, has not yet worn his team jersey?
83133. What is the term for an unconventional individual named after Samuel, a 19th century Texas rancher who failed to brand his cattle?
83134. What 10 letter French word is used to describe the fine lines which occur on the surface of a painting when the varnish or paint begins to break up through age?
83135. Nelly Furtado is of Canadian and what descent?
83137. During World War II which countries did Germany invade, when did they invade these countries and what was the outcome?
83140. As of January 2006, who is the largest wireless internet provider?
83142. What is the only inanimate symbol in the zodiac?
83143. How long does it take a fingernail or toenail to grow from base to tip?
83144. What three criteria are used to grade coffee?
83145. How is tequila made?
83146. Considering the new FIFA rankings, I have a question. When Serbia and Montenegro entered as one country, they were considered a European mainstay. Why is it that now Montenegro are independent their ranking has slipped so?
83147. Weighing over 15,000 metric tones, what is the heaviest building to have been moved intact?
83153. On the TV show 'Ozzie and Harriet' what was the occupation of Ozzie?
83154. When VH1 had the top 100 Women of Rock and Roll who did the viewers vote as number one?
83155. What song did Anthony Van Engelen skate to in his first Alien video part?
83156. What is the biggest selling single not to make it to number one in the British charts?
83157. Where can you find the world's largest Holstein cow and what is her name?
83158. What defines punk rock? Is Green Day, Simple Plan or Blink-182 punk?
83159. At the 2007 Oscars two "Famous Trio" groups (that would mean six people) were mentioned. They're all directors. Who were they?
83160. During the credits for 'Transformers' (2007) what song was playing and who is the artist?
83161. The song 'Fortunate Son' from 'Live Free or Die Hard' was mainly written for which historical event?
83162. From Christian band Hillsong United, would "Mighty to Save" be considered their own album? Why or why not?
83163. Why did Stanley Kubrick choose 'Singing In the Rain' as the song for Alex to sing in "A Clockwork Orange"?
83166. What is the difference between jail and prison?
83167. Why does Albania have a long history of fondness towards the United States?
83170. What is the song and artist of these lyrics: "I was riding shotgun with my hair undone in the front seat of his car, he's got a one-hand feel on the steering wheel, the other on my heart. I look around, turn the radio down, he says, 'Baby is something wrong?' I say nothing, I was just thinking how we don't have a song
and he says..."?
83172. What is the easiest way to find the greatest common factors of two integers?
83173. How many years has 'Mamma Mia!' been entertaining audiences?
83174. How do some people's eye color change throughout the day, or by the mood of that person?
83175. In modelling what measurements equate to size zero? Is this size in the majority or minority of the general public?
83178. America's top five billionaires, William H. Gates, Warren Buffett, Sheldon Adelson, Lawrence Ellison and Paul Allen have contributed how much to charity between them?
83180. Nearly one-fourth of all the (what) in the world is in Canada?
83182. What Briton won every decathlon he entered between 1977 and 1984?
83183. Is the word 'Hogwarts' inspired by a flower?
83184. The first $2 notes, called United States Notes or ?Legal Tenders?, were issued by the Federal Government in what year, and featured a portrait of the first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton (1789-1795)?
83185. Michelle Wie withdrew from the Women's U.S. Open with an injury to what?
83186. Shannon Tweed has two children with Gene Simmons; a son, and a daughter. What is the name of their son?
83188. What year was Louis XIV's 'Black Licorice' released?
83189. What two ACM Vocal Duo nominees will hit the road with Kenny Chesney this summer for the stadium stops on his Flip Flop summer tour?
83190. What is the name of the man Justin Timberlake?s mother remarried?
83191. I just took a challenge quiz where the answer to the question "How many bits in 25 cents?" was 2. As there was never a 12 1/2 cent coin how did this sum come about as a term?
83192. What same word can go before carpet, cat, empire, gulf, melon, and lamb to make different names or terms?
83193. What is the official nickname used at Arkansas Tech for male sports?
83194. Daniel Radcliffe's (who is the actor who plays Harry Potter) mother has what occupation?
83195. Sara Evans married and moved to Oregon in what year?
83196. I seem to have come accross many references lately to Chinese Taipei. Is there a reason that the world seems to be calling Taiwan by this name at the moment?
83198. Who was Jack Johnson?s sponsor when he was a surfer?
83199. The effort that goes into buying, carrying, washing, chopping and then chewing on cucumber, is it of any calorific benefit to us? Is it just cucumber?
83200. What is the name of the song that plays in the background of Molly and Sam's scenes in 'The Starter Wife'?
83202. In the 1940s was the metal content changed in any US coins due to the war effort?
83203. How many countries have national anthems with no words?
83204. How many countries have two "official" national anthems?
83206. What is the name of the bassist for Chevelle?
83207. What was the original name of Van Halen before the band changed it in 1974?
83209. What is the oldest quiz on FunTrivia still available for playing?
83211. What are the lyrics for the Sesame Street song 'The Bats Go Flying'?
83212. How many copies did Queen's "Radio Ga Ga" sell in the UK?
83213. In simple language can anyone please explain to me who are Eskimos?
83215. What is the new Harry Potter book called?
83216. Why are Macau and Hong Kong still using their own currencies even though they are now under China rule?
83217. Who or what was the city Newark, New Jersey named after?
83218. When and where was the first "computer" invented?
83219. This prize-winning artist and novelist was well known in newspaper circles, but he became particularly famous for something he named after a recalcitrant and perpetually problematic member of the pea family. Who was he, and what is that irritating plant?
83222. Oovoo is the next evolution in what?
83223. According to an agreement with China, Hong Kong is granted a "high degree of autonomy" until "at least 2047". Has it been discussed what will happen after 2047?
83224. I heard an actor from 'Live Free or Die Hard' will star in a video game based movie this fall. What is the movie and who is the actor?
83225. How are movie ratings listed in South Korea?
83226. How many countries are there in the world that has more than one capital city?
83227. Who wrote the British national anthem "God Save the Queen"?
83228. What was the solution to Immanuel Kant's 'Copernican Revolution' in regards to desire?
83229. How much methane does one cow produce in one day, and how many cows are there in the United States? And so the total contribution of methane from all the cows there is roughly what?
83230. According to Aristotle, who represented the ideal megapsychoi in Greece?
83231. What phrase did Walter Benjamin coin in order to describe the autonomous dreamwork used by Surrealists?
83232. What was the fastest time recorded for a passenger-carrying aeroplane to cross the Atlantic, with passengers on board?
83233. What deadly respiratory virus, spread via mouse dung, does not respond to conventional drugs?
83234. I am asking about the PC game "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" by EA Games. At the second floor, opposite to Moaning Myrtle's bathroom, there is a locked door. Do you know if this door can be opened and what lies behind it?
83235. The NHL salary cap was been raised 5% this year to $53.6 million per team. Which organization initiated the new cap?
83236. Who became the first woman in sports to earn over $20 million in prize money?
83237. The military academy that most US astronauts graduate from is the what?
83238. Under what name is Saruman known to the hobbits in the shire?
83239. Why do people shiver when cold or in shock?
83242. In the Kelly Clarkston video for 'Never Again' what does the guy knock over with his car?
83243. What song that cracked the Top 5 in 1980 did Sara Evans contribute to last year's Barbara Mandrell tribute album 'She Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool'?
83244. Today, July 12th, has an apparently fruity connection for many. Is this really fruity or what is it?
83245. What song in 1967 became the Box Tops? big hit?
83246. What in the N.W.T. is the longest river in Canada?
83247. Celine Dion and her siblings sit on the board of what organization / clearinghouse founded by her mother which helps poor Québec families toward self-sufficiency?
83248. In the A Perfect Circle video for 'Imagine' what kind of flag is shown?
83249. What is the title of the album released by Tracy Lawrence in 1993?
83250. In a Formula One race, how is the number of laps arrived at?
83253. What are the names of the members of the singing group ZZ Top?
83254. What did Jack Johnson study at the University of California?
83257. What was the first computer program ever written?
83259. Did the Titanic really sink at 2:30 am or was that just the time that the clocks stopped?
83261. Who asked Steven Spielberg to make the short film "Amblin'"?
83262. I heard 'The Cat in the Hat' movie didn't just win a Razzie, but formed a new category as well. What was it called?
83263. In the game "Lufia 2" for the Super Nintendo, what are the two swords that use the IP "Battle Fury"?
83266. When did the BBC recently apologize to the Queen?
83267. In the Super NES game "Zombies Ate My Neighbors" which weapon can only be found once?
83269. In 'Final Fantasy 7' which weapon had a double materia growth rate in the USA version but had a quadruple materia growth rate in the Japanese version?
83270. Are the provisions of the UK Coal Mines Act of 1842, which prohibited women and children from working in underground mines, still in force?
83271. As of yet, how many Darwin Awards have been awarded?
83272. George Jones had a song that started with "Hello Tina." Does anyone know the name of the album or the song?
83273. What is the name of a 60's comedy show featuring, though not starring, an actor who was the son of a renowned German composer and conductor, and possibly (in my opinion, definitely) inspired by a 50's movie of more serious mien, and how does any of this relate to an auspicious oriental symbol of longevity?
83274. Is it true that in Czechoslovakia there is a church that has a chandelier made out of human bones?
83275. Why is Beijing having a cosy relationship with the governments of Zimbabwe and Sudan?
83277. When Germany reunited how did they choose their capital?
83278. Which tavern has the longest bar in the world?
83279. I think I know this, but I'm just seeking clarification. Who said, "Knowledge is power"?
83280. If all the wealth in the world was divided equally between each living human being, how much (£GB) would each receive?
83281. How many times have the Sydney Roosters qualified for the finals, during Brad Fittler's time in the Sydney Roosters?
83282. How many French francs is a euro worth?
83283. What's the name of that song on the TD Ameritrade commercials in the United States? I've heard it so many times, but can't think of it.
83284. What property in Scotland has just been saved for the nation at a cost of £45 million, including many important paintings, and furniture by Chippendale?
83285. Which countries will be the next to use the euro?
83286. Which foreign currencies are pegged to the euro?
83287. Which foreign currencies are pegged to the US dollar?
83288. Which foreign currencies are pegged to the British Pound?
83289. On 9 July 2007, what country introduced a new polymer note into circulation?
83290. What countries use polymer notes?
83292. What is the biggest participant sport in the world?
83293. What colours are an hyganthic macaw?
83294. What is the capital of India?
83295. What does density mean?
83297. What colour are giraffes' tongues?
83298. How much is a fee in a private American school?
83299. Black, Italian and Lombardy are a type of what?
83300. Who is the Hindu god of prophecy?
83301. What disease did Joseph Goldberger show to be caused by a deficiency of niacin in 1915?
83303. Wide receiver Cory Rodgers recently signed with the BC Lions. Which NFL team was the last to let Rodgers go?
83304. Madonna had to meet with Alanis and exert pressure on her not to quit what recording studio over her disappointing sales?
83305. What covers almost half of Canada?
83309. Who owns the largest collection of Barbie dolls in Ireland?
83310. Who owns the largest collection of Barbie dolls in the United Kingdom, excluding Ietje Raebel's collection which was sold at Christies last year?
83311. In what country was Parsons of the Alan Parsons Project born?
83313. What is the difference between a wasp and a hornet?
83314. Who bagged over $90 million in endorsements from 1997 to 1999?
83315. What was Shania Twain's first name before she changed it to Shania?
83317. What politician's dad was the last man to fly a Spitfire in conflict?
83318. What are the four law sittings?
83321. In his entire F1 career how much did Michael Shumacher make in salary alone?
83322. In a TV poll in the UK, which stand up comedian took first place out of the top one hundred entries?
83323. Is there or have there been any gay MLB players?
83324. Is it possible to become immune to bee stings? If so how?
83325. In 1920 what was Babe Ruth's salary?
83326. Who and where was the first AIDS victim identified and diagnosed as HIV positive?
83328. Who won the first World Series?
83329. In 1959, a 15-year-old aspiring plutocrat was expelled from Toronto's snob-infested Upper Canada College for selling exam papers to fellow students. Today, that sense of entitlement got him into a heap of trouble. Who is this guy?
83333. What is the difference between the adult versions of the Harry Potter books and child versions?
83334. Who are the members of the popular music band the Gorillaz?
83339. In 2 Corinthians 11:24 St. Paul speaks of receiving "forty lashes less one". Why in NT times was whipping a person 39 times the standard practice?
83341. What name did the group briefly consider before they settled on The Mamas and The Papas?
83342. In the UK, at the present what percentage of electricity is produced by coal fired power stations, and is this likely to rise or fall with de-commissioning of nuclear power plants? Or will wind power ever get a foot hold in electricity production in the UK.
83343. Whose employment log was sold at Christies, London, on October 31st 2002? She worked onboard the Titanic.
83344. "These cakes taste almost as good as Fanny's." Who said this please?
83345. What ended on 28 January 2007 after 48 years, 3 months and 19 days?
83348. Joyeux Quatorze Juillet! Can you name the former "progressive" place of incarceration, in a U.S. city closely associated with liberty, where the storming of a certain prison is comically reenacted each year and involves the tossing of a famous snack cake from the towers?
83350. Which couple holds the record for the longest kiss and how long did they kiss for?
83351. What is the record shortest and longest pregnancy for humans?
83352. Which MLB team has had the record for most runs scored in one game, most RBIs in one season, and striking four people out in one inning in the World Series? These records started from 1906 to the 1920s and have not yet been broken.
83353. A school department chose 14789 as their easy to remember PIN number for the photocopier. Which department was it?
83355. When a former prisoner says that they "maxed out" what does it mean?
83356. Which well-known actress, daughter of an actress who played a jungle role, contracted a dread disease in her childhood and today works for its ultimate eradication?
83359. What is the record high of the most children had by a couple? What was the couple's name?
83360. Too much salt intake causes high blood pressure and other health problems, what about for too much pepper intake?
83361. Do mourning doves nest in trees or on the ground?
83362. How much time would it take the fastest car in the world to get from London to Brighton?
83363. Why does only one bra size double itself as in DD?
83364. What is the grey and spongy bread of Ethiopia called?
83365. What is the name of the rice Shinto goddess of Japan?
83366. How old are the members of Christian rock group Hawk Nelson?
83371. The usual guitars and drums aside, what instrument(s) can be heard in the background of Good Charlotte's song 'Beautiful Place'?
83374. Are there any black, Asian, or Latino characters in the Harry Potter series?
83375. What makes the venom of a Mojave rattlesnake somewhat unique compared to other rattlesnakes?
83379. In the movie 'Addams Family Values' why is Morticia Addam's eyes always have a light on them?
83380. What's the story behind the song "Side of a bullet" by Nickelback? Is there some significance to the lyrics?
83381. What is the southernmost manned outpost of South America?
83382. What is the northernmost manned outpost of North America?
83383. What is the northernmost manned outpost of Europe?
83385. Who was the actress first cast as Margo Channing for "All About Eve"?
83386. What are the names of four actresses who played Dolly Levi in "Hello Dolly" on Broadway?
83387. Other than South Pacific, what Richard Rogers musical concerned an inter-racial romance?
83388. What was Angela Lansbury running for when she was in the musical "Anyone Can Whistle"?
83389. The Raptors picked up a Greek player in the last minutes of the draft selection. What is his name?
83390. Who won the Daytona 500 in 2002?
83391. Where is the Taj Mahal located?
83392. Canada has how many main geographical regions?
83394. Two members of Vince Gill's family are among the host of guests who appear on his CD set 'These Days'. Who are they?
83395. Since we can look into the heavens and see the airplanes, sun, moon and stars, how far does the eye actually see?
83396. Mother?s Day in the United States was first proclaimed in what year?
83397. What city was Mariah Carey born in?
83399. Davide Coverdale joined what hard rock/heavy metal band in 1973?
83400. How many gold albums did The Grass Roots achieve?
83401. Mindy Smith was born in what city?
83403. Greg Allman of the Allman Brothers was pursuing
what occupation before starting the band?
83404. What rose variety, a rich purplish red, has a patriotic name?
83405. Which Belgian footballer scored three 'own-goals' in a match?
83406. What is the name of Alanis Morissette?s twin brother?
83408. Who was the first black person to publish a novel in the United States?
83409. During Live Earth, Madonna's new mix of 'La Isla Bonita' featured two Romany gypsies from France, but what language were they singing in?
83410. Why are British politicians, including the PM, driven around in Jaguars - the 'prime ministerial jag' as opposed to any other make of car?
83411. China is credited with the invention of chopsticks but which country invented the knife and fork, and when?
83412. Powerful men are often referred to as 'barons' - press baron, drug baron, etc. But why has this particular British aristrocratic title come to be applied as such?
83413. Toto was formed in what city in 1978?
83414. What band has a song named ?Black Hole Sun??
83415. Superman is from the planet Krypton. What is the color of Krypton?s sun?
83417. Birdman and the Galaxy Trio fought alongside each other to defeat criminal masterminds. What are the superhero names of all three members of the Galaxy Trio?
83418. What did Matt Damon win the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for his screenwriting?
83419. In the "Warriors" series, why did Bluestar blame the entire clan, excluding Fireheart, for being backstabbing liars?
83420. 'The Hills Have Eyes 2' began filming in the summer of 2006 in what city in Morocco, where the previous movie was filmed?
83421. Julian McMahon, who portrays Sandra Bullock?s husband in 'Premonition', has already had an on-screen wife with the ability to see into the future. What was that character?s name?
83422. Does anyone know who sponsors 'Big Brother 8' US? I want to know where to get the pink plaid bedspread.
83423. I'm sorry for my earlier mistake, but to reword my earlier question - Who was the first black man to publish a novel in the United States?
83425. When did Unipart Automotive first start trading?
83426. What damage could happen if you put 5% gasoline in a diesel engine? How soon after putting the fuel in would you have problems?
83427. The general title of a certain cycle of novels was inspired by an elegant 17th-century painting. What is this cycle, whose is the painting, and what character featured in the novels has himself inspired an insult and an award of quite dubious distinction?
83428. What band had the highest ever attendance record for a concert in Hyde Park to date?
83429. In the Trace Adkins video for 'Hot Mama' what color is her bathing suit when she gets out of the pool?
83431. Is it fact or fiction that a dock leaf will, if rubbed on, take away the sting of a nettle? If so, is there another plant to relieve a hogweed burn?
83432. Which species of tree with useful lumber, i.e. can be used for carpentry or furniture making, can grow at the highest altitude?
83433. Has any of Norm Abram's, of 'New Yankee Workshop', furniture ever been sold or auctioned for charity, and was it expensive?
83434. Other than being comedies, what do the films 'Knocked Up', 'Blades of Glory', 'Hot Rod' and 'Superbad' have in common?
83435. Achnashellach is known for what?
83436. Excluding Citywalk and the parking lots, how many escalators are in Universal Studios Hollywood?
83438. What is a train driver's wage or rate of pay in the United States? Passenger or freight.
83439. What movie ends with a girl waiting for a guy to meet her on the pitcher's mound on a baseball field after putting an article about it in a newspaper?
83440. Are WWE diva Maria and Santino Marella dating?
83441. Who coined the recent American military term 'Shock and Awe'?
83442. After the finish of the 1904 Tour de France, how lond did it take for the UCI (Union Cyclist Internationale) to announce the official winners?
83443. What is Brooks' nickname of Brooks and Dunn?
83444. What is the northernmost manned outpost of Asia?
83445. The record for the most major league baseball career innings is held by whom?
83446. Jim Henson, creator of the Muppets, created what show at a local TV station during his freshman year at the University of Maryland, which was just five minutes long and ran twice a day?
83447. Who had the pole position for this year's French Grand Prix?
83450. What golfer won The Masters in 1937?
83451. Vince Gill invited what jazz pianist to record a cut on his CD set 'These Days' with him in Nashville last year, then invited her to join him on stage at the Grand Ole Opry the same weekend her singer husband was making his Opry debut?
83452. With what group did leader Eric Burdon record after leaving the Animals?
83454. What was Bob Dylan's birth name?
83455. Canada was named by what French explorer in 1535?
83456. On what street is the narrowest building in Canada found?
83458. What is the title of John Mayer?s major label debut which was released in 2001?
83459. What are the only two letters that have survived in the NATO version of the phonetic alphabet created in 1956 from the pervious RAF version?
83460. What is the southernmost manned outpost of Africa?
83461. Who was the first Jedi?
83462. What was the true cause of Ernie's death? The rock cake OR the stale pork pie?
83463. In what city was Usher born?
83465. Was Robert E. Lee ever a POW?
83466. In the Paula Deanda video for 'Walk Away' what does her necklace say?
83467. I have heard that the Chinese food we get here (sweet & sour, dim sun, black bean, kung po) is not "authentic", i.e. not what they eat in China. Is this true and is it also true of Indian cuisine?
83468. Dr Pepper and Guinness are not drinks you would normally associate together, but what distinction do they share?
83471. At the time of the Napoleonic Wars what was the minimum age for soldiers in the British army?
83472. How was the length of one metre decided upon?
83473. Inspired by recent news from Asia: what natural but cataclysmic 18th-century event, occurring on a religious holiday, significantly affected the development of European socio-religious philosophy and also led both to the invention of a modern branch of science and to protective urban design?
83474. Who was the first person to create a mirror?
83475. Are contact lenses off the peg or made to measure?
83476. What is the largest ever framed water colour painting?
83477. Specifically, what caused the American and French revolutions to occur?
83479. Which is the largest computer software factory
in the United States?
83480. Who, at age three, willed himself to "not" grow up?
83482. When does the third book of the 'Inheritance Trilogy' come out?
83483. Did Tolkein actually create real and speakable languages when he wrote his stories concerning Middle Earth?
83484. What do the band members of the band Gorrilaz actually look like?
83485. Who was the rider nicknamed "Cowboy" in the Tour de France 2003 because he loved Stetson hats?
83487. What does it mean to have a skew view on life?
83488. Jaime Peters is considered a key player for Canada. What position does he play?
83489. What is the area of Charcot Island and Smyley Island, both Antarctic islands?
83490. Why, most of the time, is the first episode of a new show called the "pilot"?
83491. What was the shortest number of races a Formula One driver needed to secure the driver's championship? Who was the driver?
83492. Has any Formula One driver gotten championship points for two teams in one season?
83495. Vince Gill says of which frequent collaborator that joined him on a cut on his 'These Days' set, "When (she) sings with me, it feels like blood, like she'e a real sister"?
83496. Canada became a country in what year?
83497. The Four Tops were originally called what before the name was changed in 1956?
83498. What holiday is celebrated on April 1st?
83499. François Marie Arouet, the 18th century writer of the satirical short story 'Candide' in 1759 and 'Lettres Philosophiques' in 1733, wrote under what pseudonym?