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Questions From Aug 27 07
85001. It happens to be my birthday (no, I will not say how old I am), and I've always been a bit bothered by the fact that one of my very favorite artists died on this day something over 400 years ago. Who was that artist, and can you provide me with an illustration of one his works? Anything at all will do.
85002. Where was the movie 'The Beach' starring Leonardo Di Caprio filmed? I am looking for the island rather than the parts where they are filmed in Bangkok, etc.
85003. How old do male dogs have to be for females to get pregnant?
85005. Which theorem was the concept of Fuzzy logic derived?
85006. Which mathematical law from World War I is often referred to by political pundits to describe the qualitative vs quantitative forces of armies and its stochastical ramifications of the various ratio of forces?
85007. What chemical is often injected into salmon to increase the color of its flesh?
85009. All the "Harry Potter" boooks together, how many copies have sold?
85010. This aircraft was unique as it production units were to be built using the same tools as were used on the prototypes. However the project was terminated before 100 flight hours were achieved. What was the name of the aircraft?
85011. Which country shut out Canada in the final Group A match?
85012. Which country artist once worked as a manager at Foot Locker?
85013. What astronomer was responsible for the idea that the earth was the center of the universe?
85015. This Toronto celebration is in its 40th year and celebrates West Indian culture. What is it known by?
85016. What would it take for matter to move or change from one state to another?
85017. What is the meaning of the Treaty of Tordisillas?
85018. What is the meaning of joint-stock company?
85019. A monument to which Canadian hero has been closed for repair for more than 4 years and won't begin the $2 million structural repairs for at least another year. To whom is the monument dedicated?
85020. What song by Maroon 5 has the line, "Slow is the memory"?
85021. Who holds the record for the fastest knockout ever for a World Heavyweight Championship bout?
85022. Who was the first woman elected to the United States Congress?
85023. What is the name of the nurse in the 1975 film 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'?
85024. What month was the Animal?s Eric Burdon born?
85025. What is the meaning of evangelization?
85027. What Texas city was Tracy Lawrence born in?
85028. What year was the song "Pinball Wizard" released?
85029. What is the 8th book of the New Testament, King James Version?
85030. Sharing the monument with Brock has given Macdonell a rather rocky road to finding eternal rest. Where was Major John Norton buried?
85031. What is the area of Medny Island, Russia?
85032. Who wore jersey #3 for the Chicago Blackhawks?
85033. Which Blackhawk player was from Czech Republic?
85034. Which of Chicago's oldest, most established restaurants just recently closed down?
85035. Which Chicago eatery yells insults at their customers while preparing their orders?
85036. In the Carrie Underwood video for 'Before He Cheats' what falls to the ground after the driver's side mirror is smashed?
85038. Why is computer programming for computer programmers, not for average people?
85039. What is the area of Galveston Island?
85040. What is the area of Key Largo Island and Key West Island?
85041. What name is given to the terminal part of each filament within the stamen of a flower?
85042. Which is the longest continuous river system in Australia?
85043. Which is the only Canadian Province that borders the Great Lakes?
85044. How many stones are there in a hundredweight?
85045. Does anyone know what attitude Elizabethans had toward astrology?
85048. Are oven chips made from sliced potatoes or reconstituted?
85049. What is the area of Boularderie Island, Nova Scotia?
85051. Can anyone identify the music in the latest Pimm's ad (the bus and the other one) which is http://www.visit4info.com/details.cfm?adid=48326 if you want to have a go at checking? It was quite famous once but I can't put a name to it.
85052. What happens in "Slingo" to cause half of your points to be lost?
85053. Where did Judy Jetson and Jet Screamer go on their date?
85054. Due to its misconception as an air-duct, what part of the body was erroneously and etymologically named after aforesaid misconception?
85056. Which monk built a robot out of brass which could speak?
85057. Which person attempted to create a homunculus from human semen by burying it in manure and feeding it blood?
85058. What is the main religion for the island of Guam?
85059. Who sang 'Going Loco Down in Acapulco' and what is the lead singer's name?
85060. Tecumseh had a relationship with a white woman named Rebecca. What was her last name and what became of her?
85061. In the Flyleaf video for 'Fully Alive' what cracks and falls on the ground and reveals our lead singer?
85062. What is the surname of the miserly man in 'It's a Wonderful Life' who owns half the town, and yet still wants the other half?
85063. Who is the only U.S. President buried in Washington D.C.?
85064. These harvestable fish can live up to 16 years,
and do this once a year, but only after they reach
the age of five. What kind of fish?
85065. What is the oldest piece of readable literature in the world and was the age verified?
85066. What is the Schumann Resonance all about, and what will happen to it over time?
85067. Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau gave an impassioned speech in an effort to sway members of Parliament to vote for Bill 84, which would make this penalty illegal, in the same month the United States voted to reinstate it. What is the penalty?
85069. Who proposed an alternate theory to that of Darwin's Theory of Evolution through natural selection? He proposed that an animal acquires certain characteristics, such as a giraffe stretching its neck to reach the highest leaves, and that is passed on to the offspring.
85070. What was R. Kelly' first group?
85071. Has any cyclist ever won the Vuelta, Giro and Tour De France in the same season? And how many have won all three events?
85072. What is the difference of mass and weight?
85073. What was the name of the oldest rowing event in the world that still took place in 2005?
85074. Dwight Yoakam's original version of 'Wild River' appeared on which of his albums?
85075. Who was world's first woman ambassador? She was appointed the Hungarian ambassador to Switzerland.
85076. What was the population of Borneo in 1946?
85077. How many grains of rice are in a 1kg bag of rice?
85078. What year were The Beach Boys inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
85079. What is the name of Lorrie Morgan's second album released in 1991?
85080. Which New Westminister, B.C. native lost the final spot in the All Star game in a second round swing off?
85082. The saying used to be "2.4 children". What is the average now?
85083. What Crowded House song has the lyrics, "As lucid as hell. All these images moving so fast"?
85084. In October 1977, in San Francisco, what singer joined the rock band Journey?
85085. Why is it that on signs for roundabouts there is a gap on the circle, the circle doesn't go all the way round?
85086. Who composed 'The Lark Ascending' and what was his nationality?
85090. Who holds the record for the most stolen bases in one game for the Boston Red Sox?
85091. How many appearances did Brad Paisley make on the Opry before being inducted into the Opry Hall of Fame?
85093. What is the computer software that allows you to play a computer game without having to use the CD-ROM itself?
85094. What makes a country elligible or inellegible to be in the Olympics?
85095. Who was the chef for Rob Thomas and Marisol Thomas' wedding dinner?
85098. When did the Ontario Government allow beer stores to be open on a Sunday?
85099. Who was the Head of State that kissed on the face a rather shocked-looking Queen Elizabeth upon meeting her, something strictly against protocol?
85100. Who is buried/entombed in the National Cathedral?
85101. This architect and urban planner played such an influential role in his native city that he earned the title of "father" of its modern incarnation. Outside of that city, however, his main claim to fame is the fact that he really was the father of a certain celebrity, one who inspired a popular trivia game. Who was the architect, and who is his son? Oh, and how is the architect associated with a putative "sports curse"?
85102. Which artist was a rent collector?
85104. On average how many spiders are hiding inside the walls, basement, crawl space, attic and garage of a normal, unexterminated home?
85105. Is the music service FrostWire legal?
85106. Can computer viruses be contracted through the use of FrostWire?
85107. Can anyone tell me why so many people of African/Carribean origin have Scottish surnames, especially those living in United States and the UK?
85108. How does that rhyme go about snakes being yellow, red, and black and how you can tell if they are poisonous?
85109. Does anyone know who married Draco Malfoy in the seventh Harry Potter book?
85110. Did the Toledo Mudhens jersey Klinger wore in M*A*S*H have a number on the back?
85111. Who developed the elaborate Paige typesetter?
85112. Where was Dolly Parton born?
85113. In 1974, the first aboriginal lieutenant governor for Alberta was sworn in. What was his name?
85114. This traditional end to the Manitoba legislative session was abolished in 1981 after it results in physical injury and damage to equipment. What was the name of the tradition?
85115. Where do the Anaheim Ducks and the Los Angeles Kings kick off the new season?
85116. Who was the first person to get their footprints forever set in stone at Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood?
85117. Is there a Wendy's fast food store in the United Kingdom?
85118. Brad Paisley became a member of what organization in honour of an uncle who died just before he was born?
85119. The Chicago marathon won't be the first marathon Jo Dee Messina has run. In what marathon did she take part back in 2006?
85120. In which film did Glenn Close play Alex Forrest, a colleague-turned-lover of Michael Douglas?
85121. In what year were the world rowing championships first held?
85122. Who was the first observed and unassisted swimmer to cross the English Channel?
85123. What song was Linkin Park?s fourth music video?
85124. Which woman first won two Nobel Prizes?
85125. In which country was the first televised baseball game screened?
85126. Crazy Horse was a great chief of which native Indian tribe?
85127. What does a psephologist study?
85129. In what city was country singer John Anderson born?
85130. In what year was the first Farm Aid held?
85131. Fleetwood Mac was formed in what city in 1967?
85132. In which year did Quaid-e-Azam, from Pakistan politics, die?
85133. In the film 'The Graduate' what is the Christian name of Anne Bancroft's character Mrs. Robinson?
85134. How many players have played in the Little League World Series and have gone on to play in Major League Baseball?
85135. While Canadians are definitely getting greener, only 35-43% do this. What activity is it?
85137. What was the original name of Cotton Candy?
85139. What John Mayer song has lyric, "Could I have missed my chance and watched you walk away?"
85140. A United States Senator was recently arrested in an airport restroom (toliet) for soliciting sex from an undercover police officer. What is the name of this Senator and how did he plead to the charge?
85141. What US state has the largest iron mining industry?
85142. Which British Prime Minister has been assassinated?
85143. What was the name of Bob Dylan's (Zimmerman) band that he played in during his high school years?
85144. What is the average number of people airborne over the United States in any given hour?
85145. Half of all Americans live within 50 miles of work, birthplace or parents?
85146. In the British government, who is the Secretary for Work and Pensions, and is also the MP for the constituency in which I live, Neath?
85147. What Nickelback song has the lyric ?Got a criminal record??
85149. Where does Paul Anka live now?
85150. What is the highest populated place in Europe?
85151. What was the decade of 1910-1919 called?
85152. Athletes from 202 countries competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics. One more country will participate in 2008. Which country?
85153. Which is the largest country in the world?
85154. A U.S. midwestern suburb named after a city in the old country and located outside a city named after a famed explorer boasts a rather unusual work of art intended to remind residents of the area's agricultural heritage. Unfortunately, it's become something of a local joke. Can you tell me what it is and find me an illustration of it?
85155. Who wrote, "The abdomen is the reason why man does not take himself as a god"?
85156. What is the Latin term for the collection of chyme, enzyme and mucus?
85157. Which pathology means 'widening' in Greek?
85158. What endangered species is named after a former head of state?
Do not answer this unless you provide the name of the former head of state and a reference.
85159. What canceled children's show would feature a gnu doing news reports? His tagline was, "No News Is Good News".
85160. How long does it take the liver to fully replace all the old cells, i.e., from what it is now to a whole new liver?
85162. What does Oogie's make?
85163. What band was named after the inventor of a farm implement?
85164. What is the maximum percentage of liver removal that will fully regenerate itself?
85166. Who was the only bachelor president of the United States?
85167. Who won the Academy of Country Music?s 2006 drummer of the year award?
85168. Moshe Safdie, architect of Habitat, the National Gallery, Vancouver's Library Square and Pearson airport, is known for his use of curves, geometric shapes and open spaces. Where was he born?
85169. Macklin, Saskatchewan is the site of the World Championship Bunnock Tournament. The game is like horseshoes; using ankle bones from horses for the posts. The idea was brought over, so one of the legends say, by soldiers who used the bones when the ground was frozen solid. Where did the soldiers come from?
85170. In 1986, the highest shut out was recorded in CFL history against the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Which team did they lose to?
85171. How many different weight divisions did "Sugar" Ray Leonard win world titles in?
85172. What country legend hailed Brad Paisley as "the man who can save tradional country music from the Nashville machine"?
85173. What is the name of the last female act to win the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year?
85174. Who was the first American woman to serve as a director of a major corporation, the Coca-Cola Company?
85175. What year was the Beach Boys? Mike Love born?
85176. Who played Michael Corleone in the 'Godfather' films?
85178. Can anyone tell me, the rest of this saying 'Where ere ye be let the wind gang free, in church or chapel let it rattle'?
85179. What is the smallest unit of government in Louisiana?
85183. Are there any cheats to win the games in 'Age of Empires 3'?
85184. What position did Jon Bon Jovi?s song "You Give Love a Bad Name" reach on Billboard Hot 100 in 1986?
85185. What is the most northern city in Canada?
85187. Where is the largest house in the world?
85188. Where is the smallest house in the world?
85189. Are there hummingbirds ever in Canada?
85190. What religion does Marat Safin belong to?
85192. In human biology, what emulsifies fat in the small intestine?
85194. Saddam Hussein was the leader of which Iraqi political party?
85195. In what year was 'The Red badge of Courage' written by Stephen Crane printed in Great Britain?
85199. What was the final message given by the Edmund Fitzgerald?
85200. Why do people caulk at the base of a toilet?
85201. Who did Brad Pitt take to his Senior Prom?
85202. Where does a Zwinky live?
85203. Assuming that pressure of barometer at sea level is 74 cm, will the pressure increase, decrease or stay the same when the barometer was taken up to a high mountain?
85204. What is the minimum absolute temperature recorded? When and where does this occur?
85205. From what rock band did Brad Paisley get the ideas for his live stage show?
85206. A few years ago, there was a controversy over different colored wristbands because the different colors supposedly meant something. What did the colors mean?
85207. Has Queen Elisabeth II ever had a female Equerry?
85208. What is the highest possible one word score at Scrabble, and has anyone ever got it?
85210. Does anyone recall a children's book about a squirrel named Suzie and red squirrels who take over her nest?
85211. Was it ever explained how Superman got his X-ray/heat vision?
85212. What mountain peak is closest to the Earth's moon?
85213. What has the Assembly of First Nations Chief Cameron Watson called the federal monetary infusion to the land claim settlement system?
85214. What is a "Texas Can Opener"?
85215. What is the area of Isle Madame, Nova Scotia?
85216. What is the area of Long Island, Nova Scotia?
85217. What is the name of the tool that is used to open 5-gallon buckets of paint?
85218. Who is the highest run scorer in ODIS and Tests?
85219. Great Britain has M roads (motorways), A roads and B roads which are marked as such on maps and signs. There are also C roads, which aren't. But where will you find the D road - and why is it D?
85220. Who played Big Otis in those TV ads for Kellogg's OKs cereal back in the 50s?
85221. What is the importance of the Sub-Saharan trade routes?
85222. Which leader kissed the current Queen Elizabeth II - again breaking protocol?
85223. How many miles are there in a Japanese ri?
85225. Who executed the Pimpest Play known as the "Trail of Tears"?
85227. Which French department got its name from a Spanish warship that ran aground near the French coast?
85228. What is the area and population of Absecon Island, New Jersey?
85229. What or who is the French Caribbian island Martinique named for?
85230. The Loop of Henlé are parts of which internal organ?
85231. What French department has the department number 33?
85232. Albert Einstein was born where in Germany?
85233. Who is the leader of the BNP (British National Party)?
85235. Who was the first person to have a 'Got Milk?' ad?
85236. In England (Great Britain/the United Kingdom) the reigns of the monarchs are divided up into regnal years, numbered and starting on the date of their accession. Which monarch had regnal years that started on eleven different calendar dates, and why was this?
85237. What is the Toronto Stock Exchange symbol for Canadian paper company Tembec?
85238. Is Beverly d'Angelo related to Amy Poehler?
85240. One liter of what liquid weighs 13.6 kilos?
85241. Da Vinci painted one Mona Lisa, but who painted 30 Mona Lisas?
85243. How old is Paul Anka now?
85244. What is and was so unique about Paul Anka?
85245. What is Paul Anka worth?
85246. On 'South Park,' for his stint as hall monitor, who does Eric Cartman dress up as?
85247. What group or artist sings the "Pinky and the Brain" theme song?
85248. Who decreed that the EPL can no longer be called the Premiership, and why? I'm getting tired hearing commentators correct each other.
85249. Has Paul Anka ever been on the 'American
85250. Created to amaze a certain female ruler, this hoax defeated an emperor, a great American statesman, and a host of efforts to explain it. During its tours of Europe, the U.K., and the U.S. (where a famed essay about it was produced by someone better known for the literary macabre), it proved itself adept at a puzzle that itself involves a roundabout journey. Eventually, it ended up in a museum founded by an artist. What was it, who wrote that famous essay, and what is the puzzle?
85251. Over a hundred years ago the traders in the pit of the Chicago Board of Trade spontaneously erupted into a patriotic American song. What was the song, and why did they sing it?
85252. How does Superman shave?
85254. What did the Native American Indians call Lake Superior?
85255. What is the term for a person's daughter who is infatuated with her father?
85256. Was Big Bird's teddy bear really named after Radar from M*A*S*H?
85257. Does Susan Powter have a nose ring?
85258. Did Judy Garland lip sync "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" in the "Wizard of OZ" having recorded it in a studio prior?
85259. Is the United Kingdom also known as the British Isles, or was this ever the case?
85260. Where in North America was the guillotine first and last used?
85261. What is the German word Sigmund Freud used to describe the parapraxis often exhibited by his patients?
85262. Which painting did Pablo Picasso refer to his "mon nu couche"?
85263. In 1996, the Vocal Duo of the year at the Country Music Association Awards went to what group?
85264. Dr. D. Roy Cullimore, formerly of the University of Regina, stated that rusticles, which can only form underwater, would cause a famous wreck to implode in the next 10 years. What is the name of the wreck?
85265. Which artist once worked bagging groceries at a Piggly Wiggly?
85266. Who was the only reigning light-heavyweight champion to win the heavyweight championship?
85267. Franklin W. Dixon whose pseudonyms also included Carolyn Keene amd Roy Rockwood wrote the adventures of Frank and Joe Hardy. What was the writer's real name?
85268. In both versions of the film 'Cape Fear' what is the full name of the villain played by Robert Mitchum and Robert De Niro?
85269. What wife of a rockstar founded the Spirit Foundation?
85270. Phoenix Suns guard, Steve Nash, grew up in Victoria, British Columbia but he wasn't born there. Where was he born?
85271. Who was the first female African-American billionaire?
85274. What exactly is the purpose of the mosquito?
85275. How long do Australian Shepherds live?
85277. What song did Linkin Park perform at the 2001 MTV Music Awards?
85278. What year did Bon Jovi's mother die?
85279. What is the average heart rate of a Britany spaniel?
85281. What deep water port is the farthest from the sea?
85282. Which batsman in cricket holds the record for the most first class runs in a career?
85283. What is the name given to a dry stream bed that fills with water briefly after a desert storm?
85284. In the cartoon series 'Doug' what was Doug's surname?
85285. What song by Madonna contains the lyric, "...if I could melt your heart"?
85286. What is the name of George Michael's long term boyfriend?
85287. Who won the gold medal for the men's 400m at the 2000 Sydney Olympics?
85288. In steeplechasing how old must a horse be before it can take part?
85294. What famous producer and talent scout helped create O Town, Backstreet Boys and ?N Synch?
85295. What is the name of George W. Bush's great-great grandmother, born in Savannah, Georgia?
85296. There is already a new technology that will make dental implants obsolete but I've lost the reference. Does anyone know the one I mean?
85297. Who was the first New York Yankee player to hit a homerun?
85298. Which animal has the dubious distinction of being both the unofficial insect and the unofficial bird of Alaska?
85299. What is the breed of dog featured in 'As Good As It Gets' starring Jack Nicholson?
85300. What is the name of the song at the end of the movie 'Phone Booth'?
85304. Is Cancún an island?
85305. In the movie 'Mean Girls' there is a picture of a young Cady on an elephant hung in Cady's room. What's weird about the picture?
85306. What is Brad Paisley's baby boy's name?
85307. What is Brad Paisley's favorite song?
85310. What is the name of the wrestler who used to be called "The Hurricane"?
85311. An iconic image associated with the World War II homefront, this figure was depicted in more than one version. One of the most famous -- sold about 5 years ago for nearly 5 million dollars -- was clearly inspired by a much earlier painting by one of history's great artists. What are these two works, and can you offer a couple of comparative sites?
85312. What is the largest island in the Caribbean sea?
85313. Which came first, mayo or salad dressing?
85315. A lady in London just made significant history. Who is she and what did she do?
85318. Why does sticky dust always seem attracted to keyboards?
85320. Canada's largest art theft netted more than $2 million when thieves broke into the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. How did the thieves enter the museum?
85321. What is the average working week (hours and wage) for a train driver in the United States?
85322. CBC Television debuted 55 years ago. One of the floor directors went on to become a star on both Hollywood's Walk of Fame and Canada's Walk of Fame. What is the director's name?
85323. Gary Oldman, who has made a living playing bizarre, evil characters, plays a murderous police detective named Norman Stansfield in what movie?
85324. Where would you be if you were participating in an event known as the 'Torpids'?
85325. Who was the first Native American to become a United States Senator?
85326. Country singer John Anderson was born in what year?
85328. Alan Jackson's last five albums have topped the country albums chart. Can you name the album that started his run at number one?
85330. LA Galaxy star, David Beckham, didn't play against Toronto FC last month due to an ongoing ankle injury. But he admitted to doing something with the injury that he had never done before. What was it?
85331. Who became the youngest person to swim the English Channel at the age of 15, breaking both the men's and women's records?
85333. What Elton John album was recorded at a ranch in Colorado and included the songs "The Bitch is Back" and "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me"?
85336. Who was the first child born in the American Colonies?
85339. What is Neil Young?s middle name?
85345. In which two European countries is caraway often used to flavour breads and pastries?
85346. Can someone tell me is it Rakia or Slivovitz that is the well known Balkan spirit that is made from plums?
85347. Has there ever been a sitcom on TV that was a spin off from a commercial?
85349. My mother always called it 'falling out of your tree' - that involuntary start that wakes you up just as you're falling off to sleep - but what is it really called and why does it happen?
85350. How many Waitrose supermarkets are there in London?
85351. What are those shabby-looking buildings on Lower Grosvenor Place that seem to be within the confines of the grounds of Buckingham Palace - does anyone live in them, what's their purpose and why do they look so derelict?
85352. Why is Baja called Baja, California when it is in fact in Mexico?
85354. Did Drew Seeley really sing "Get'cha Head In The Game" on the "High School Musical" soundtrack?
85355. What does the lettering sequence in ALMOST and BIOPSY have in common?
85356. How will 'Superglue' stay fresh?
85357. What country is Nickelback from?
85358. What are Jimmy's four faces in 'Quadrophenia' and what do they mean?
85359. What does the political acronym MEP stand for?
85360. Coldplay have a track released which is named after a colour. Which?
85361. People who suffer from sickle cell anaemia are immune to which disease caused by the Anopholes species of mosquito?
85362. Milwaukee is in which US state?
85363. Known for its commerative day incorporating mythical creatures of folklore, this European township also boasts having a "song of praise" named for it, and an interesting event to 'cleanse the streets', which incidently involves 17 beerhouses. Where is it, and how specifically do the local menfolk do the 'cleansing'?
85364. What does "Talga Vassternich" mean, and what book is it from?
85366. Did George and Martha Wilson from 'Dennis the Menace' ever have any children?
85367. What is a Cume Rating?
85368. What is the largest female run hedge fund?
85369. What cards are found in a Svengali deck?
85370. What is the psychological term for 'having a romantic crush'?
85371. What was the name of the ice cream created by Jake's Ice Cream in Atlanta and named for Sugarland in 2005?
85372. Who won the Academy of Country Music's 2006 Entertainer of the Year award?
85374. The villian in "Sling Blade" is named Doyle Hargraves. Who played Doyle in the 1996 film?
85375. What famous U2 musician's real name is David Howell Evans?
85376. Who was the defending Champ Car World Series champion?
85377. What was the first animal to fly in the space shuttle?
85378. On what Rush CD is the song ?New World Man??
85379. Which Arabian country (only) puts the constitution before Islamic Sharia law?
85380. This nationally loved broadcaster recanted his lifelong assertion that the taxes on his vice far outweighed any associated health care costs. What was the vice?
85382. What is the historical name for the oldest son of French king? It is not Dauphin.
85383. Haile Gebrselassie, the Ethiopian long distance runner who holds more than 20 world records including a new record in Berlin last year, will be returning to run in the Berlin marathon this month. He won a medal at the World Championships in Athletics, in Edmonton in 1999. What was the medal?
85384. If red blood cells are placed in a 2.0%, 0.9% and 0.5% salt solution, respectively what will happen to them?
85387. What month was the Animal?s bass player Chas Chandler born?
85388. Is this a correct statement: Scotland and Wales are autonomous parts of the United Kingdom?
85389. How did the word 'grapevine' originate?
85390. What was Gumby's trademark method of mobility, a time saving animation device enabling the character to move without the tedium of repositioning every footfall and co-relational body motion?
85393. In what Arthur Conan Doyle "Sherlock Holmes" stories does the great detective use drugs (i.e., cocaine)?
85394. 'Supernatural' creator Eric Kripke cites what Neil Gaiman works as influences on the show?
85395. In what episode of "House, MD" does the titular character "diagnose" a preschool girl whose mother erroneously thinks is having seizures in her safety seat?
85396. Jose Jalapeno is the Amazing Ken's puppet in 'Delta Farce'. What ventriloquist does Jose Jalapeno belong to in real life?
85397. Who, famous in another field, was involved in the politics of American slavery and in a hoax concerning a weed that could turn white people black?
85398. Which term is used for the higher class establishment which sold alcoholic drinks during the US Prohibition era of the 1920's?
85399. Golf triggered this confrontation between aboriginals and non-aboriginals. The 78-day standoff ended with a voluntary surrender. What name was given to the confrontation?
85400. What is a doppelgänger?
85401. In which book is a Japanese cryptographer found killed in Seville and the heroes try to prevent the release of his code breaker?
85403. What is 'throw' in music?
85404. What islands gained their name from the colour of the many hydrangeas which grew there?
85405. Wovoka, aka Jack Wilson, founded what movement in the 1890s and what was the purpose of that movement?
85406. What nationality was Dwight David Eisenhower, the 34th president of the United States?
85407. Which member of the weasel family is the largest, the giant river otter of South America or the wolverine of North America?
85409. What is another name for the insect commonly known as the "child of the earth"?
85410. What is a citizen's arrest and how is it used?
85411. I believe Virginia, the first permanent English colony in the Americas, is named after Elizabeth I, England's Virgin Queen; but why is Carolina so called?
85412. Do you know the song that says, "What can I say to you? You are the only treasure in my life. What can I say to you? You are the light that makes the shadows fly"?
85414. This glamorous couple contributed much to the myth of American expatriates in Europe and are said to have inspired works by two very famous writers. What isn't well known -- in part because few of his works survive -- is that the male half of the duo was quite a talented artist. Who were this husband and wife, and can you offer an illustration of one of the gentleman's fine paintings?
85416. What does 'Fuer Grissa ost Drauka' mean?
85417. The Chinese have one and the Europeans have one, but the American version seems to be a little muddled with its etymology, for it seems they heard it wrong and named it after an African place rather than what the Italians called it. What are they, and which one has just been found to benefit the bile duct?
85418. Who wrote "The Ode to Death" and when was it unveiled?
85419. Where is Bobbie Gentry today?
85420. Who coined the phrase 'clash of the civilizations'?
85421. Who is the financier from Saudia Arabia who funds 90% of terrorism in the Middle East?
85422. Which wines are often classified as 'Premier Cru Classé Supérieur'?
85423. Who did Evander Holyfield defeat to win the WBA Cruiserweight Championship?
85424. What villianous role translated to an Oscar for Michael Douglas, who played a slithering bad guy in the 1987 film 'Wall Street'?
85425. What is the name of Linkin Park?s debut album?
85426. Who danced at the beginning of the 2004 BET Awards and said it was for Usher?
85427. At 70, who was the oldest verified male swimmer to cross the English Channel?
85428. This Russian defector is said to have caused the first shot to be fired in the Cold war. What was his name?
85429. It is rumoured that the Dr. Evil character played by Mike Meyers in the Austin Powers movies is based on this director. What is his name
85430. Which coaching legend has decided to accept the position of President of the Toronto Maple Leafs?
85431. What is Tracy Lawrence's middle name?
85432. In the group Big & Rich, what is Rich?s full name?
85434. What year were the first riveted blue jeans made and sold?
85435. Does anyone know how many radio stations that are involved in these "same" trivia questions?
85437. What was the name of the pre-Communist movement in Southeast Europe that said Western ideas like liberal capitalism would not work in the Balkans because they did not originate there, and that the region must find an alternate path to modernization?
85438. What was the name of the book that came out a few years ago detailing the final games of great baseball players?
85439. Besides fangs and venom, what other defense do most New World tarantulas use?
85440. Rob Thomas' first CD ?Something To Be? knocked what artist out of number one?
85441. What is the title, a play on another book title, of the modern novel concerning a writer called Thursday, her teenage son Friday and a serial murderer in the book world, and Thursday's attempts to prevent the killer from killing her?
85442. Which Wimbledon Singles lawn tennis champion also won the English Ladies golf championship and won a silver medal at archery in the Olympics?
85443. Roman Emperor Augustus planned an invasion of Britain in 43AD. Which senator was given overall charge of the four legions used in the invasion?
85444. Did William Barclay "Bat" Masterson get his nickname from his real birth name, Bartholemew?
85445. What is the name of the first Nintendo?
85446. A well-known actor and film director played roller hockey for Manchester. Who?
85447. The Spectacled Bear is the only surviving member of the Tremarctinae. What is the etymology of the genus name Tremarctos, or to put it another way, how would 'Tremarctos' be translated into English?
85451. What exactly is ferro fluid?
85455. What is the origin of the rock group's name Five For Fighting?
85456. This is more like a book series question, but does anyone know of a website with a family tree of the 'Warrior Cats' by Erin Hunter? If not, does anyone know: The names of all of Goldenflower's kits. All of Brightheart's kits.
All of Frostfur's kits. Frostfur's mate. All of Sorreltail's kits. All of Mistyfoot's kits. The name of Tawnypelt's kits or mate. All of Ferncloud's kits. And please tell me what book it's in.
85457. An English Lord Chancellor and the ghost of a chicken make an unlikely pairing. What happened to the chicken, and who is more associated with this sort of thing nowadays?
85459. Swansea is a city in which country?
85460. Adolf Hitler was born where in Austria?
85461. In the Bible, what is the book after Deuteronomy?
85462. In biology, ATP stands for what?
85464. What is the name of the song that has the lyrics, "Oh where did you go, I miss you so"? It is sung by a man and a woman.
85465. A certain tragic novel formed part of a series and eventually inspired a composer. Nearly 150 years after the novel was published, a young tenor made his unexpected American debut in an opera based on the novel, after having been suggested by the leading lady. What is the novel, what is the opera, and who was the tenor?
85466. In last night's (9/5/07) episode of MythBusters, Adam mentions a movie in which the hero breaths through a car tire to wait out gun-wielding villains. What movie was he referring to?
85467. Did my favourite film 'Twelve Angry Men' win any awards?
85468. Any info on the budget spent on making 'Twelve Angry Men'?
85469. What was Michael Douglas' role in 'Wall Street'?
85470. What instrument is the guy in the red shirt playing in the 'Want To' video by Sugarland?
85471. In the summer of 1973, as part of an aggressive publicity campaign for the promotion of the ?Countdown to Ecstasy? album in the UK, Probe Records sponsored a Steely Dan what?
85472. Where are the Royal Society Islands, and what islands are part of the group?
85473. What island or islands were called Hvidtenland by Fridtjof Nansen?
85474. In German towns a traveler will see signs that read "Ratt House". What do these signs refer to?
85475. What were the first names of the six people who worked with the music group Santana?
85476. Which organization was named after a card hand of 8, 9 and 3?
85477. Who used the motto, "yowaki wo tasuke, tsuyoki wo kujiku" in Japan?
85478. Which poisonous plant was commonly used in ancient and medieval Europe to eliminate one's enemies?
85479. What was the Japanese term for the practice of a samurai having the right to kill any commoner called?
85480. The first female runner to cross Canada wore out 13 pairs of shoes during her 133 day run. What was her name?
85481. Long before genome sequencing was imagined, people wondered about the mystery of life. A piece of sheet music purporting to know that mystery sat on our piano years ago with the photograph of the composer on the front. Can you find a picture of that cover, and name the radio station that used the piece as its theme song? And, in a word, what IS that mystery?
85482. Two historic European racing circuits were added to the 2007 calendar. One was Zolder. What was the other one?
85484. The town of Berwick grew because of its apple growing capabilities. Although it no longer relies on apples for its economy, it is still recognised as the Apple Capital of which province?
85485. Which artist was once a team truck driver?
85486. Who founded the earth-friendly "Earth Conservation Corp" to clean up the Anacostia River in Washngton D.C., and also help troubled kids find something to believe in?
85487. This running back celebrated his 25th birthday in style with 211 yards on 12 carries including two touchdown runs. The icing on his cake, his team won. Who is he?
85488. In the Keith Urban video 'Stupid Boy' the live performance is mixed in with what other kind of footage?
85489. Who was the first African American Miss America?
85490. Several good (or evil) performances were submitted by actors and actresses in the two 'Kill Bill' movies. Who played the role of the brutal Bill in this two-part film?
85491. In what year was Delbert McClinton born?
85492. What was the name of the woods in which 'The Magic Roundabout' was set?
85494. Who had the honour of becoming the first Brazilian to touch the ball in a football match at the new Wembley Stadium earlier this year?
85495. Which player has scored most goals in a FIFA world Cup Qualifier?
85496. Which West Ham United Player won a FIFA World Cup winners medal during the 1990's?
85497. What year was Ringo Starr born?
85498. Where is the world's largest photograph?
85499. The Spectacled Bear is the only surviving member of the Tremarctinae. What is the etymology of the genus name Tremarctos, or to put it another way, how would 'Tremarctos' be translated into English?