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Questions From Oct 20 07
87501. Who was Cyrus Jones and what did he do?
87503. Best known as Lily Munster, Yvonne DeCarlo was a versatile actress who never received an Oscar. But she did receive an award of another kind. What was it?
87504. Tommy Chong spent 9 months in prison as part of deal where he pled guilty to conspiracy to distribute drug paraphernalia in exchange for non-prosecution for his wife and son. The conspiracy charge arose because of his part in the financing of a company operated by his son, Paris, that sold mostly water bongs. What was the name of the business?
87505. Who had an album out in the 70s which featured one black baby and one white baby sitting on a blanket on the cover?
87506. What with performing on stage for 5 nights a week for the past several years in Vegas, and performing that song on about every TV from here to Tokyo, can anyone estimate just how many times Celine Dion has had to sing 'My Heart Will Go'?
87507. In pool, who is known as 'The Striking Viking'?
87508. What actor played a mobster who wants to switch identities with Robert Mitchum in order to return to the United States in the movie 'His Kind of Woman'?
87509. Who were the first people to make fire? What did fire provide them?
87511. The federal government of Canada recently announced $40 million improvements to this port and the rail line leading to it. It also indicates the government's commitment to Arctic sovereignty. Where is the port located?
87512. His career in the ISU Junior Grand Prix figure skating circuit ended with a bronze in Sofia, Bulgaria recently. Who is he?
87514. Who said, "I enjoy living. The alternative does not impress me very much"?
87515. Who in 1978 was the only person allowed into Montreal's Olympic Village without an ID card?
87516. Which British sport has the most participants?
87517. Brooks & Dunn's Ronnie Dunn was born in what year?
87518. In what year was Snow Patrol's CD "Final Straw" released?
87520. 'The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King' tied 'Titanic' and 'Ben-Hur' for how many Oscar wins?
87522. Who voiced Daxter in the 'Jak' video game series, and what else has he done?
87524. Taking only Europe into consideration (not colonies, overseas departments, etc.) what was the last part of what is now France to be ruled by a monarch who also ruled in Britain, also when and who?
87525. In the United States what percent of the prison population is female?
87526. What non-fiction author has the initials S.H.P.?
87527. What substance is highly poisonous, volatile, colourless and has an aroma of a certain kernal?
87528. Yesterday, someone livened up the appearance of a virtually iconic work of art in a European city as a means of making a political statement. What happened, and can you find me a picture of the interesting results?
87530. Can anyone name this one time insecticide; C10,H14,N2?
87531. Most of the UK's bread is made by the Chorleywood Process. How does mass bread production in the United States differ?
87532. What is the author Sylvester's surname?
87533. What is the name of Jackson Browne's 1983 CD?
87534. What non fiction author has the initials P.L.?
87535. Who was the only musician to get credit on the record for their work they performed with Beatles?
87536. What was the name of the slave assistants of the Roman politicians responsible for memorizing and recalling the names and faces of important people?
87537. Why was the Roman slave Staberius Eros released or manumitted from servitude?
87538. What were the ingredients of the magic ointment in Apuleius' "Golden Ass" composed of?
87539. What did the 'scarlet cloak' represent in ancient Rome?
87541. In what year did Ritchie Valens first write and sing "Oh, Donna"?
87542. In what city or town just outside Mason City, Iowa, did Ritchie Valens' plane crash occur?
87543. What novel, apart from Orwell's '1984,' has a title that is simply a number? Bradbury's 'Fahrenheit 455' and Townsend's 'Number Ten' for example are close, but don't qualify because the titles include a word as well as a number.
87544. How many goals have been scored in all the Soccer World Cups?
87545. Who was the first artist to feature Bone Thugs-n-Harmony on their album?
87546. How many branches of Christianity are there worldwide?
87547. Skype and other VoiP telephonies could not be in operation today if not for Alexander Graham Bell, an émigré from which country before he, in turn immigrated to the United States?
87549. Bert Cooper was the victim of theft when 120 trees on his property on Manitoulin Island had this stripped from them. What was removed?
87550. Who wrote the world's first American novel?
87551. What was the name of Conway Twitty?s 1964 CD?
87552. Jean Pascal sent Esteban Camou to the mat in the third round at the Montreal Casino to win the title. Which weight division did he win?
87553. The automotive trade deficit in Canada is expected to reach $8 billion this year. Canadian Auto Workers union says this could spell disaster. The only way to fix it is to open fair two-way trade or halt negotiations with Canada's largest auto trading partner. Which country is it?
87554. Do these games in the iTunes Store work for a 6th generation iPod?
87555. What was the highest sum ever paid for a painting?
87556. How do you pronounce Monteagle, TN?
87558. At what college did Michael Jordan play basketball?
87559. What is Herbie Hancock?s middle name?
87560. Who is the villain in the Bond movie "Live and Let Die"?
87562. Who sang the original song "Woman is a Devil" performed by the Doors?
87564. Kirsty and Phil have been telling the UK where the best and worst places to live are on their Channel 4 show 'Location, Location, Location' - but where have they chosen to call home? Obviously, don't give out their address, but be more specific than "London."
87565. What is the name and artist of the song that is played during the first montage in the series finale of 'Stargate SG-1'?
87567. Does anyone know the song that is used in the latest Inspiron 1520 TV commercial currently airing in the United States?
87568. Can someone give me some songs that Gil Grissom from "CSI Las Vegas" would listen to?
87569. Have Sly Stalone and Bruce Willis ever acted together in a movie?
87570. Was Oscar Wilde a pedophiliac?
87571. According to Al Capone's business card, what business was he in?
87572. What was the first country to officially recognize the United States in 1776?
87573. Which English monarch died without heirs, thus bringing forth the Stewarts?
87574. Do seagulls have feeling in their feet, can they feel the difference between hot and cold?
87575. How come seagulls, as well as other birds, are not electrocuted from hydro/power lines?
87576. Why do bone joints sometimes "crack"?
87577. What musician was quoted as saying, "It was only cool to have blonde hair and be a surfer chick. I could learn to surf, but I still looked Italian"?
87578. Today, how old is Scott McKenzie who sang
87579. What countries do not have a national football (soccer) team?
87580. What was the last possession in continental Europe lost by the British?
87581. What was the last colonial possession lost by the British to the French?
87582. What was the last colonial possession lost by the French to the British?
87583. In the novel 'The Count of Monte Cristo' how long was Edmond Dantes in prison for?
87584. When did MLB first require players to use batting helmets?
87585. What did the phrase "ante mati sa gatih" refer to when someone was dying in India?
87586. What are the two components which comprise a chaos fractal called?
87587. In Hindu mythology, where did the Pishacha spirits originate?
87588. Which mythical being is often depicted wielding a knife, skull, cobra and scissors?
87589. Are there any real creatures that have one eye rather than a pair?
87590. What basketball player has scored the most 3 pointers made in a game (12)? [delete]
87591. How does one eat sharon fruit?
87592. Who became known as the "Pilgrim Pope" for traveling greater distances than all his predecessors combined?
87593. There were two men who both won the first Nobel Peace Prize. One was Jean Henri Dunant. Who was the other?
87594. Where was the first 'Taboo Tuesday' held?
87595. What started as a gentle comedy that poked fun and bent cultural stereotypes has turned into social commentary. 'Little Mosque on the Prairie' has won another humanitarian award, which further confirmed the producers' vision. Which award did it win?
87596. Newfoundland and Labrador premier Danny Williams recently accused Prime Minister Harper of "preying on the weak" with regard to the deal brokered regarding offshore resources. Which premier was Williams referring to?
87597. The World Cyber Games were held recently in Seattle, Washington. Last year Team Canada was ranked fourth although they had dropped to seventh prior to the tournament. Which country won this year's Games with three gold, two silver and a bronze?
87598. What villian is known for saying, "Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight?"
87599. The Raptors have placed their faith in guard T.J. Ford to revitalize last year's weak offence. Which team traded him to Toronto?
87600. Which famous Cajun song did Waylon Jennings record for his first single?
87601. What's the name of Eric Clapton's 1977 CD?
87602. Toby Keith was born in what city?
87603. Gianni Versace designed costumes for what famed opera house in Milan?
87604. What John Mayer song has the lyric, "No one wants to be alone at Christmas time"?
87606. My brother in law is planning to visit us in Florida. He is Bulgarian and has a Bulgarian driver's license. What does he need to do in order to drive our car here?
87607. What year was McDonald's established in Calgary, Alberta?
87608. What episode of Buffy has her fighting oppressive forces with a hammer and sickle?
87611. What are the possible combinations of "second cousin"?
87616. If I have a copy of the Declaration of Independence with actual signatures of John Hancock, et al, how much is it worth in perfect condition?
87617. Who is known as the "Butcher of Mons" who was recently captured in Montenegro, and what is he?
87619. Why do cars always drift to the right side of the road when you let go of the steering wheel?
87621. Is it true that Hema Sardesai is the only Indian singer to have won the Grand Prix award at the International Pop Song Festival in Germany?
87622. What are Pascal Cotte's "recent" claims?
87624. Were was the first hamburger created?
87627. How much water comes out of your body just by breathing every day?
87628. This son of a manufacturer of a much-desired commodity ended up in a famous prison during a rather mild revolution. Later, he was seriously, though unsuccessfully, involved in the theater and wrote a couple of controversial plays. He is best known, however, for designing the home of a great war hero, a building that is now considered to represent one of his country's better examples of a certain style Who was he, and what is that war hero's house?
87629. If for every force, there is an equal and opposite reaction force, all forces are balanced. However, this means that an object can't be moved by an unbalanced force. So how the heck does anything accelerate?
87630. Consisting of a melange of flesh, vegetables, fruits, and aromatic ingredients attractively, even mathematically presented, this dish, savored by both buccaneer and the goodman of the house, shares its name with a collection of sketches, poems, and parodies written by two brothers and a brother-in-law. The history of the name is likely entwined with that of a man who died the same week he was christened and married. What is the name?
87631. Which locus in the brain's anatomy is often found to be overactive in ADHD persons?
87632. This baseball player's team won the 2006 CWS and now he will be playing in the World Series 2007. What's his name?
87634. He was a descendant of the founder of a famous institution, and a failure as a teacher, shopkeeper, poet, politician, file clerk and minister. However, almost every man woman and child in the Western world knows his most appealing work when only the first 6 notes are played. Who is this forward thinking philanthropist and what was his famous, jolly masterpiece?
87635. Who was married to Napoleon III and was exiled to Britain?
87636. Why aren't humans able to breathe the oxygen that is in water?
87637. Who was the second youngest player to start in the Super Bowl?
87639. In Canada, women became persons in 1929. This was a direct result of having a judge's rulings being questioned by lawyers in her court who complained that she was not a person under the law. Who was the judge?
87640. Villain Max Zorin appears in what Bond movie?
87641. How many 2004 Grammy nominations did Audioslave receive?
87642. When was the world's first 7-Eleven opened?
87643. The U.S. team debuted which former Toronto FC midfielder in an exhibition match in Basel, Switzerland earlier this month?
87644. Dalton McGuinty won his second term as premier of Ontario earlier this month. This is the first time in 70 years that a Liberal government has had this back to back what?
87645. Which Stonewall Jackson hit topped the country charts for five weeks in 1959 and even crossed into the pop Top Five?
87648. The 'Tsubouchi Diet' was a term coined in 1995, after the social services minister who forwarded the policy, that recommended social allowance recipients could live on $90 a month. Critics pointed out that even prisoners had better nutrition and that the grocery list would provide barely half the calories needed for a healthy diet. In which province was David Tsubouchi social services minister?
87649. Who was the first US Medal of Honor receiver in Afganhistan?
87650. In the City of London buildings are numbered consecutively 1, 2, 3 until the end of the road and then turn round and continue the other side instead of odd and even sides for the rest of the country. Do they do this anywhere else?
87651. A "black Irishman" is an Irishman who has dark hair instead of the more common red or fair hair. Are there also people with dark hair who are "black" English, Scottish, or Welsh?
87653. What was the age gap between Diana and Charles?
87656. Which Linkin Park music video shows Rob Bourdon and Brad Delson sitting on a couch?
87657. What is the name of the drummer in Maroon 5?
87658. Why does Australia want to qualify to the Football (Soccer) World Cup 2010 as a member of the Asian Football Confederation and not the Oceania Football Confederation?
87659. How are old vehicles classed? I know that there are vintage and classic cars but what are the other categories and how does a car fit into them?
87660. What is the expression: your hair is your crown and glory; or your hair is your crowning glory?
87662. What is the name of the newspaper that features in the Harry Potter stories?
87663. Which artists have recorded 'Left in the Dark' written by Jim Steinman?
87666. What name for specially trained troops who perform high risk tasks was originally applied to units of Boer horsemen in the South African war?
87667. Son of an accountant, this famed eccentric and raconteur once worked as a draughtsman but gained fame in his 60's as the result of the publication of a certain memoir. Later, after he chose to move to a foreign city, he became the inspiration for a song on which a member of a celebrated musical family performed. Who was this interesting person, what is the song, and who played sax on it?
87668. What was the least populated country to ever appear in the World Cup Football (Soccer) finals?
87669. Are zebras white with black stripes, or black with white stripes?
87670. What is the name of the French speaking country in the Caribbean which was a British colony until the 1970s?
87671. What national football (soccer) team which no longer exists made its best win by beating Norway 3-2 in Oslo in a World Cup qualifying match?
87672. After which RAF pilot are stable orbits named?
87674. What was the first Dolly Parton single to cross over to the pop Top 40?
87675. Is there any evidence that a psychic detective has ever helped the police solve a crime?
87676. In the UK, is there a legal speed limit when driving on roundabouts?
87677. In the film 'Signs' the young actress who plays Bo is familiar. I'm sure I've seen her in a recent film. Who is she, and what is the film?
87678. How many own-goals have occured at all the Soccer World Cups until today?
87679. Who was England's first woman doctor and has a school and a hospital named after her?
87680. Founded in 1969, the I.F.A.W. is the International Fund for what?
87681. Which type of mounted infantry derives their name from the pleated pigtails they wore?
87682. Who played the villain who menaces Tom Cruise in 'Mission Impossible 2'?
87683. Dr. Alan Bernstein is the first executive director of the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise. Prior to his appointment he was the founding president of which organization?
87684. John Hirsch was known as a director extraordinaire, writer and father of regional theatre. What is the current name of the regional theatre he founded?
87685. Margaret Meagher became the first female ambassador in 1958. To which embassy was she appointed?
87686. Gary Denbo is the newest hitting coach for the Blue Jays. His stellar credentials include the turnaround of the Yankees offence. Who is he replacing?
87688. What is David Gray?s middle name?
87689. When was the first Nobel Prize for Economics awarded?
87691. Is there any religious or mythological significance to the word "Acorah"?
87693. In the listing for different classes of automobiles, where would a 1980 Plymouth Volaré go?
87694. Who is youngest player in MLB history to hit 500 homers?
87695. Why are numbers 1-9 on a mobile phone arranged with 1,2,3 on the top line, 4,5,6 on the line underneath, then 7,8,9 on the bottom line, but on a calculator it's the opposite: 1,2,3 on the botttom line, 4,5,6 on the middle, then 7,8,9 on the top. Who decided this?
87696. Nickelback's Chad Kroeger has an older brother in the band. What is his name?
87697. In the Beatles' song 'Glass Onion' Paul McCartney was the what?
87698. What happened to Mick Taylor who was with the Stones for awhile?
87700. Who is the lead singer of Three Days Grace?
87701. When did the ringing of the New York Stock Exchange Opening Bell first begin?
87703. What is the world's most expensive car?
87704. Each state of the USA has a motto. How many languages are there in these mottoes and what are they, and which one is most probably spelled wrongly?
87706. What is the name of the song that says, "Peace is just a silly world" and "I can't take this silly world no more"?
87708. Are there more than one type of seagull, and what is the proper name(s)?
87709. What is the name of the 'other' china set Hyacinth Bucket uses on "Keeping Up Appearances" (not the Royal Doulton with hand painted periwinkles), it can be seen in the kitchen when she shares a coffee with Elizabeth or Richard's exclusive high fiber breakfast cereal with the Royal Warrant from the Dutch Royal Family?
87710. What European term connects a part of the human female anatomy, a metaphorical phrase depicting no possibility of advancement, and a type of architecture involved in city planning?
87712. What kind of job did Kelly Clarkson have back in Texas?
87713. Which football (soccer) teams withdrew from the World Cup finals or qualifications because they refused to play against Israel?
87714. I was sitting in my local the other night watching the fruit bats munching on the dates in the palms and got to wondering how it is that they can eat upside down? I am sure if I tried that the result would not be pretty. So how does it work?
87715. Were any of the Nazis excommunicated by the RC Church, and what was the reason?
87717. How many of Shakespeare's plays contains the quote or alludes to the famous quote, "proximus sum egomet mihi"?
87718. What main character dies in the first episode of season 5 of the television series 'NCIS'?
87719. What is the importance of the yeasts cell wall, and why is it usually thick?
87720. In the classic samurai duo with Miyamoto Musashi and Sasaski Kojiro, why is Kojiro depicted as younger than Musashi, when in fact Kojiro was decades older?
87721. In which Shakespearean play does he allude to the famous quote, "ars est celare artem"?
87722. How many assistants did Michelangelo employ to help him paint the Sistine Chapel ceiling?
87723. Recently, when visiting New York, I saw a tall, brown building that didn't appear to have any windows, except near the very top. What is this building, and why are there few windows?
87724. Besides Earth, what was the first planet that was discovered?
87725. Len Cariou was elected to the American Theatre Hall of Fame in 2004. He has won a Theatre World Award and earned a Tony nomination for his role in 'Applause', the musical adaptation of 'All About Eve'. His role in 'Sweeney Todd' brought him his Tony and what other award?
87727. What song did Lefty Frizzell write from jail as an apology to his wife?
87728. Newly elected Newfoundland and Labrador premier Danny Williams returned for a second term with a majority so strong that the opposition was reduced to just four seats. What was the platform Williams and his Liberals ran on?
87729. Street sweepers in Toronto stood aside in 1947 to watch the first of these mechanical cleaners remove autumn leaves. Which technological method did the machine use?
87730. Who plays the terrorist who is pursued by cop Sylvester Stallone in 'Nighthawks'?
87731. Who was the oldest player ever to play in the major leagues?
87732. In what year and by whom was the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign created?
87733. What was the name of the fourth Crowded House CD they recorded in New Zealand?
87734. Thomas Kabele's overtime goal won the Leafs' first game of the season against long time rivals, the Canadiens. It was also the first goal in which kind of play?
87736. In what year was Garth Brooks' CD 'Scarecrow' released?
87737. Who wrote under the pen name George Eliot?
87738. How do fabric softener sheets work in reducing static electricity?
87739. What was the name of Ciara's 1995 CD?
87740. Can seagulls really eat anything, or is there something that will make them sick?
87741. Carole King's 1976 CD 'Thoroughbred' reached how high on the pop charts?
87742. From what year are the very first recordings known
made by Jascha Heifetz, and where did he do it?
87743. What do salmon do in the Fall and Winter?
87744. What band opened for Papa Roach in early 2001?
87748. What are the most common colors, or variation of colors for seagulls?
87749. If the Earth had a tilt of 0%, what effect would it have on the seasons?
87750. When is the infamous Hollywood blacklist considered to have ended?
87751. Over here, the "rainbow mnemonic" is Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain. What is it in the US and other countries?
87752. Who is the Prince of Chichester?
87754. What present national capital has served as a capital for the longest continuous time?
87755. In the period 1900-2000, which national capital served as a capital for the shortest time?
87757. Excluding countries who comprise only their capitals, such as Singapore, what national capital has the highest percentage of its nation's population?
87758. Where and how do seagulls make their nests and how many young do they have at one time?
87761. Why is it that one's bones start to ache a little when the temperature drops and it becomes cold?
87762. I remember that Kid Rock once preformed with a midget. Who was he and where did he go?
87763. What is the name of the Nazi leader Misha says looks like Uncle Shepsel in 'Milkweed' by Jerry Spinelli?
87764. In elevation, what is the world's highest city?
87765. In which 'Seinfeld' episode does Newman order extra MSG at a Chinese restaurant?
87766. What was Calgary, Alberta Mayor Dave Bronconier's profession before he entered politics?
87768. What does the saying "You can't see the forest for the trees" mean?
87770. Which Shakespearean play alludes to the quote, "quisque suos patimur manes"?
87771. Which novel has a Sinologist in hiding with his 25,000 books?
87772. What was the official explanation for the collapse of building #7 on the September 11, 2001 attacks?
87773. Which mathematician was nicknamed 'bigalone'?
87774. Who played a mercenary killer on the trail of John Travolta in 'Blow Out'?
87775. In 2002 who enjoyed the metallic element Au?
87776. In 1998, 200 square kilometers of Antarctic ice shelf broke free, leading to what?
87779. Recently Canada's Border Services came under UN scrutiny over its treatment of which group?
87780. The township of Stanhope, Ontario has a lumberjack as a symbol of the area's resource based past. What is another word for the term lumberjack?
87781. Dewitt Coulter, winner of the CFL's Most Outstanding Lineman Award in 1955, recently passed away. Where did the Kamloops native die?
87782. The Winnipeg gallery owner is pleased to be the first to benefit from the new position and program that focuses on indigent art. What is the name of the Loft's Winnipeg gallery?
87783. What book is Henry Miller most known for writing?
87784. Who has had the longest MLB career?
87785. When did 'Sesame Street' first air?
87786. What Patsy Cline record hit the charts after she performed the song on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts TV show in January 1957?
87788. What year was George Strait born?
87789. How many people were on the Queen of England's list for 2007 to be knighted?
87790. Who does the puppets on 'Comedy Central'?
87791. What is the name of Rihanna's sophomore (second) album?
87794. What does a forensic scientist do?
87795. Who coined the incorrect English word "normalcy"?
87796. How many rock muscians have been knighted?
87797. How does the line of succession in royalty work, does the child have to be born? If the Queen had already died and Charles was King, and he had got Diana pregnant but then died during her pregnancy, who would succeed, Charles's unborn heir, or the nearest alive male relative, i.e. Prince Andrew? And if Andrew did become King, what would the position be of Diana's and Charles's son when born?
87798. Can a young child be genetically tested for various learning disabilities?
87799. This man was convicted of murder in Montreal in 1907, he was sentenced to hang, however he did not. Who is he?
87800. How many pounds of pressure would it take to rip off a human ear?
87801. In 'Home Improvement' the three Taylor brothers that were ever shown were Tim, Jeff, and Marty. What names were ever given for Tim's unseen brothers?
87803. What is the stenciled provenance on the kegs of beer called?
87804. What is the slight sparkle or crackle in wine called?
87805. What is a compulsive punster called?
87806. What is the act of burying people alive called?
87807. Lister Sinclair produced radio and television documentaries, hosted CBC's 'Ideas' and founded ACTRA, the Association of Canadian Television and Radio Artists. What is ACTRA now called?
87808. John Manley has recently been tapped by the federal government to head up a five-person task force. What is the panel determining the future of?
87809. The only two female service personnel to have died in their respective services during World War II did so when a U-boat sunk the SS Caribou. Where was the Caribou enroute to at the time?
87810. Canada lost a recent rugby match to Japan at the World Rugby Cup. Although neither was in the running, the loss did end Canada's record at the Cup. What was the record Canada held?
87811. Who sang 'Smoke on the Water' besides Deep Purple and 1683 Guitars?
87813. When was the first Rose Bowl?
87814. The husband of Evelyn Nesbit was known for shooting what prominent architect?
87815. The Greenbay Packers were one of the teams who played in the first Super Bowl. Who was the other?
87816. Gregory Peck plays what real life Nazi in 'The Boys from Brazil'?
87817. What was the name of Garth Brooks' 1989 CD?
87821. What Scottish clan are regarded as having the first named tartan?
87822. Who is Arsenal's record signing, and how much and when?
87826. What female singer recorded 'Danny Boy' in the 60's or 70's?
87827. 'The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians' marked the first ever animated appearance of what in other media?
87828. 'The Comebacks' stars David Koechner, best known for his role as who in 'Anchorman'?
87829. Had 'Veronica Mars' gone on for a fourth season, creator Rob Thomas had pitched a jump in the timeline of the show four years in the future with Veronica now employed where?
87832. As of 2007, has Canada ever scored a goal in a World Cup soccer match?
87834. He was a king, and the son of a king, succeeding his father. His sister was a queen. His second son was a king before he was, and his eldest son succeeded him after only six years. Who was he, and who were they?
87836. FunTrivia, YouTube, CinemaScope. What is the name for this way of spelling? I'll accept five different names. Any others will need evidence.
87837. Why did British soldiers during the Napoleonic Wars call French soldiers 'frogs'?
87840. Sadly the horse George Washington was euthanized on the track today in the Breeder's Cup. How was the horse euthanized?
87841. Does anyone know what the name of the song is on the new Dodge commercial playing in the US? It has words something like, "The first time." Please help!
87842. What do the bones on the helmets of the Georgia Bulldog football players stand for?
87843. What are the largest schools without a football program?
87845. Herbie Hancock was born in what year?
87846. What national capital has the lowest percentage of its nation's population?
87847. What are the differences and similarities between ritalin and amphetamine?
87848. Who coined the phrase "new world order"?
87849. Which bacteria in the soil produces serotonin in our brains when we come into contact with it?
87850. What is the wheat and rye cross called?
87851. The average Canadian meal journeys some 2,400 km from planting to plate. Which foundation published this fact in 2004?
87852. Why is cow's colostrum sometimes called green milk?
87855. This economist worked with the Franklin D. Roosevelt and the John F. Kennedy administrations. His book on capitalism, 'The Affluent Society' changed post war society. Who was he?
87856. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security wants Canadian airlines to hand over passenger lists for any flight that enters or flies over U.S. airspace. What is the name of the program Homeland Security is using to demand the information?
87858. Who was the main villain in 'Only a Dream'?
87860. The Tim Horton's Brier is returning to Calgary for the sixth time in 2009. Where are the curling championships being held?
87862. Jackson Brown's 'The Pretender' from 1976 reached what position on the US pop charts?
87863. How old was Tiger Woods when he won his first Masters?
87864. When did the original Batman first make his debut?
87865. When did the Olympic flame first appear before the games?
87866. In which episode of 'Man vs. Wild' did Bear have to abandon a boat he found?
87867. Which Portugese province has the capital Faro?
87868. What name is given to a Scottish mountain that is over 3000 feet?
87869. How many islands make up New Zealand?
87871. What are some of the anti-cheating measures that have been put up on Funtrivia?
87872. Did Dr. Seuss invent the word 'nerd'?
87873. Most Munros are Marilyns. Most Marilyns aren't Munros. No Munros are Hewitts. Can you explain?
87874. During World War II did Vienna experience significant destruction?
87875. Where was wealthy deva Paris Hilton born?
87876. Is it true that in U.A.E. beer and other alcoholic beverages are not available in the supermarkets to buy, and if so, then which are the other countries to impose these restrictions of selling alcohol in supermarkets?
87879. In Kauai, what beach does the Marriot Waiohai stand on?
87882. Do you know the song from this line "better than better than better than a big mac"?
87884. Who was the first person of Navaho descent to play in a World Series, and what record did he tie in his first World Series?
87885. Which food is literally called four-brain in Afghanistan and what is the Afghanistan term for this food?
87886. What are the 15 different states of matter called?
87887. Which molecular component in broccoli causes interference in the effectiveness of coumadin?
87888. What is the name of Lex Luthor's sidekick in the Superman movies?
87889. How did brothers, Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades, pick which gets to rule what?
87890. Another province has joined in election fever. The NDP government is being challenged on its universal drug plan by which political party?
87891. The annual street party in Kingston is part of Queen's University homecoming. Despite 54 arrests this year, the weekend was being called a success because there was no rioting like in 2005. What is the name of the street the party is held on?
87892. Chris Bosh sat out a game recently with an injury he received during a pre-season game against Italy. Which joint did he injure?
87896. When did the first polar bear appear in Coke's advertisements?
87897. Who is the tallest living man in the world?
87899. Who was the youngest person to win a match at the US Open?
87900. Despite the Official Languages Act of 1968, there is only one province in Canada that has been officially bilingual since 1969. Which province is it?
87901. In the movie 'Pearl Harbor' there are scenes from what Faith Hill video?
87902. In the Brad Paisley video for 'Online' what is the license plate number?
87903. Why do movie directors continue to have the Roman emperor place his thumb down to designate 'death' when in fact it was 'thumbs up'?
87905. Who is the golf player who recieved the Padmashri award recently from the Chief Secretary of Panjab, in India, on behalf of the President of India?
87906. In Greek mythology what was left at the bottom of Pandora's box after all the evils of the world had been removed from it?
87907. What is the nickname of Japan's first lunar probe that has successfully reached the lunar orbit?
87908. What is the name of the nuclear capable ballistic missile test fired by India from its east coast island?
87910. Who was the first president of the Republic of China?
87911. What is the English word for German 'Aufsteiger'?
87912. In what way was Belgium a part of Chinese politics around 1900, for example, the Boxer rebellion?
87913. What Rush song are these lyrics from, "He's a rebel and a runner. He's a signal turning green"?
87914. What are the solutions used to make fabric fire retardant?
87915. Is it true that Australia is the world's biggest coal exporter?
87916. Is it true that Madrid Metro system is the largest metro system in the world despite having a population of only 4 million?
87917. What famous song ends with the line, "Why don't you please come home?"
87919. What various costume roles were represented by The Village People?
87920. Where did macaroon cookies originate?
87922. What is the study of light called?
87923. Whose theory is often regarded as the forerunner of the wave theory of light?
87924. What country has the longest coastline?
87926. What is thalidomide, what was its intended purpose, what was its unfortunate consequence?
87927. Which Japanese priest introduced udon (noodles) to Japan from China?
87928. Who was the Greek philosopher who was called the sac-bearer?
87929. Where is the Latin phrase "Regna cadunt luxu surgunt virtutibus urbes" inscribed?
87930. What is the name of Cinderella's mean stepmother?
87931. How many teams play in the NCAA college basketball tournament?
87932. What was the first battle of the US Civil War?
87933. Canada has only one high-speed train corridor. The Via 1 takes only four hours and 15 minutes to travel from Toronto to Montreal. What was the name of the inaugural train that ran the high-speed route?
87934. What was George Jones' first number one single?
87935. Bloc Québécois members recently voted 95% in favour of keeping Gilles Duceppe as leader. Duceppe has denied that he is going to retire after the next election. When did he back down from the leadership and call for the confidence vote?
87936. Toronto FC lost because of Edson Buddle's goal in the 78th minute of play. Which was the winning team?
87938. Conway Twitty's 1961 CD was titled what?
87939. Even though the troops lost their general, Sir Isaac Brock, in this battle, it became the symbol of Canadian rejection of the US. What was the name of the battle?
87941. What was Butch Cassidy's real name?
87942. In 2002, what natural resource was consumed/used at a rate of 8 units per person per annum in Chad, Africa, and 11,391 units per person per annum in the United States?
87943. She was struck deaf and blind at 19 months and eventually learned to read braille in five different languages. Who was she?
87944. In how many games did Matt Hasselback throw for 300 yards or more in the 2006 regular season?
87945. Bon Jovi's "Slippery When Wet" CD produced how many Top 10 tunes on the Billboard Hot 100?
87946. Led Zeppelin's song "Achilles Last Stand" is from what CD?
87947. The name of what country means "Land of the free" and if you abbreviate it, you get their spicy cuisine?
87949. Which country has eight cities called Rome?
87951. Saw part of a late night movie, B&W, very old, probably in early days of passenger flights, showing passengers standing around a cocktail bar, walking down a corridor similar to a train looking for their seats in compartments and, best of all, two men stepping outside onto a little platform while the plane is in flight, for a chat and a cigarette. Anyone know anything about this film?
87952. Seen asked in a paper, but not the answer, why is the only consonant in Japanese that can end a word an N?
87953. How many free tacos did Taco Bell give out today, Tuesday, October 30, 2007, for the steal of second base by Jacoby Ellsbury?
87954. Who expressed the quote '"history repeats itself" before Thucidydes?
87956. How many countries does India have?
87957. Which type of people were described as having 'a double-ringed of dull green color' around their pupils?
87958. Which South American tribe's name literally meant 'head shrinking'?
87959. Which organization had the motto 'pisce taciturnior' as their sayings?
87960. What fraction is Pluto compared to Australia?
87961. When was the first NCAA tournament played?
87962. What woman was made Queen of Egypt at 19 in 51 BC?
87963. Who is the creator of the hit American TV game show 'Deal or No Deal'?
87964. What "Lord of the Underworld" does battle with the title character in Disney's "Hercules"?
87965. The Harper government's throne speech expounded on economic and financial issues as well as crime legislation. The government's minority position means that it needs one of these to pass the legislation and avoid triggering an election. What does it need?
87966. Before Alex Trebek got contestants to ask the right questions, he hosted 'The Wizard of Odds' where he helped contestants do just that. What is his real full name?
87967. Oliver Jean of Canada's short track speed skating team severed a tendon in a practice fall and had to stay behind while the rest of his team mates flew off to their first World Cup event of the new season. Where is the event being held?
87968. What kind of mustard is mentioned in a Shakespeare play and who mentions it?
87969. The only Canadian individual to ever win the Nobel Peace Prize did so for his role in the Suez crisis. Who was he?
87970. With whom did Linkin Park tour in early 2002?
87972. What was Johnny Cash's first number one record?
87973. Nickelback's CD "All The Right Reasons" reached what position on the Billboard 200?
87975. It's almost that time of year again, time to pull out the cowboy boots and hat and celebrate Canadian Finals Rodeo with the River City Roundup. Who is presenting the River City Roundup event?
87979. Why was Jim Morrison called "the Lizard King"?
87980. What is the mile high club?
87981. What did Professor Dumbledore leave Harry, Hermoine and Ron?
87982. What comical villain is afraid of clocks and picks on kids in the land of eternal childhood?
87983. Conrad Black recently signed his autobiography 'The Invincible Quest' for enthusiasts thousands of miles away from his Florida home. But he was not the first to do so. Who was the first author to use the LongPen device to remotely sign books?
87984. Who was the first woman to gain distinction as a painter, in 1559?
87985. What city hosted the Olympics the first time women were allowed to compete?
87986. Prince Edward recently visited his namesake province. He presented medals to five soldiers from the Prince Edward Island Regiment. What position does Prince Edward hold within the regiment?
87987. Although he is famous for his kite experiment, which Founding Father also invented the Glass Harmonica; a series of glass cups filled with water and played with your fingers?
87989. In 2001 Brad Paisley and Patty Loveless both released versions of a Darrell Scott song about coal mining. What was it?
87990. What year did Jon Bon Jovi's mother die?
87991. Percy Faith provided arrangements for Tony Bennett, Doris Day and Guy Mitchell, for whom he also wrote the hit "My Heart Cries for You". What is the style of music has he been credited with creating?
87992. The Vancouver Canucks lost to the San Jose Sharks 4-2 in a recent game due to a flurry of three goals. In which period did the flurry happen?
87993. What Elton John album cover features a marquee with the album name and "starring Elton John" below it?
87994. What US presidental candidate claims to have seen a UFO?
87995. Who invented Marmite?
87996. What was Ben Harper's first CD titled?
87997. What city was George Jones born in?
87998. Which book has Harry Potter read ten times?
87999. Who feeds the Dalmatian puppies when they escape from Jasper and Horace?