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Questions From May 23 08
96001. What are the three largest oil companies in the world?
96002. Who is the world's fastest piano player? Is there a video on YouTube where I can see it?
96004. What twenty-seven letter word appeared in the script of Shakespeare's "Love's Labour's Lost" and means 'invincible glorious'?
96005. What are the nationalities of actors Akim Tamiroff and Charlton Heston, both featured in the 1958 movie 'Touch of Evil,' and what is the nationality of their characters in the film?
96006. If caught in time how would one treat strychnine poisoning?
96007. How is the mollusk used in the dish scungilli marinara related to a prisoner on the worldship Baanu Raas?
96008. In the movie "No Country For Old Men" how many people does Anton Chigurh kill?
96009. Today do any relatives of Tsar Nicholas II claim the right to rule Russia?
96010. Could you please name a song which was featured in 'Lost', a woman was singing, "listen to the music"?
96011. When did the (anonymous?) musical phrases, "Over the wall is out, boys," and, "Good Evening, Friends," come about?
96012. This famous Russian romantic composer wrote only
one piece for violin and orchestra, short and beautiful. Nearly nobody knows it, not even students or professional violinists. As usual, Kreisler arranged the piece. It was the one and only work of this type from this guy. Who was he?
96014. At Buca Di Bepo, how many people does the "small" portion serve?
96015. What is the origin of Colorado's state motto?
96016. What are fyldte mandelkager?
96017. What animal, cloned in 2001, was the first clone of an endangered mammal to survive beyond infancy?
96018. What independent country does not have national coin designs of its own?
96019. What country?s euro coins features the picture of an animal?
96020. In what republic is the highest mountain in Europe situated?
96021. What is the name of the midget submarine used by the U.S. Navy SEALs?
96022. On which fictional planet does a desert seem to have a mind of its own?
96023. Is it possible for a person requiring a bone marrow transplant to receive bone marrow from a deceased person?
96024. What is a barrier for CPR and what can be used?
96025. How many viewers are there for the season finale (season 1, 2 and 3) for "Prison Break"?
96026. Where do the senior England footballers train and when are they training?
96027. How is the family of Michael Peter Balzary connected to the entrepreneur behind GreenHouse Entertainment?
96028. How is a a mastiff from England, named the heaviest dog in the world, related to Jabba Desilijic Tiure?s patrilineal bloodline?
96029. In June 2007 Carson Daly promised to show an intimate video featuring Busta Rhymes and Paris Hilton on his late night talk show. What TV/internet prank was born when the actual video "rolled"?
96030. How was the leader of the Communist Party of Sweden from 1951 to 1964 related in name to a member of the Blaire Reinhard Band with famous lineage?
96032. When do I use "i.e." and when do I use "e.g."?
96033. What are the names of the lion and tiger of Goddess Durga?
96034. Which demonstration is nicknamed as the "Mother of all Demonstrations"?
96035. Which gas in the atmosphere protects us from harmful ultraviolet rays?
96036. Which is the largest port in the world?
96037. What is the correct etiquette for drinking tea in England?
96038. What is the name of the wife of the third son of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands?
96039. Which NBA players were allowed to wear numerals higher than 5 and who was the first?
96040. Especially in Victorian times, people used to ascribe meanings to flowers and some other plants, keeping this meaning in mind when giving them to others. What does the strawberry symbolize?
96041. There were several etudes and even concertos for
piano, left hand. But I only know one etude written for piano, right hand only. Who did it?
96042. What is the only accomplishment of Musolini's that lasts to this day?
96043. Can you suffer serious burns, for example, on your lips, from eating extremely spicy foods?
96044. 'Book of Secrets' took just how many days of release to out-gross the first 'National Treasure'?
96045. How did Papa John's pizzeria recently offend the state of Ohio?
96046. Who is known for leading Congress into supporting the largest CIA covert operation in history?
96047. What currency is equal in value to the Indian rupee?
96048. In modern time, how many people have crossed the Bering Sea by foot?
96049. For what purposes can we use antimatter?
96051. Approximately how many different words did Shakespeare use in his plays?
96052. Initials being a rage, why is ASH opposed to FOREST?
96053. Which country claims more poets per capita than any other?
96054. What can be used as a CPR barrier that is common to get?
96055. Which resurrected bird is currently taking a dig at the god of war?
96056. Which country has the most World Heritage sites per capita?
96057. How is a sister city of Ankara related to a lunar impact crater just north of the Poynting and Fersman craters?
96058. What was the profession of George Lucas' cameo character in the 1984 movie 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom'?
96059. What actor reputedly turned down one movie role in 1981 and lost another in 1977, both of which went to the same actor who played Jack Trainer in the 1988 film 'Working Girl'?
96060. What is the true identity of the main character in the 1941 Disney flick about a macrotous pachyderm, as revealed by his Mom?
96061. In physics, what is the difference between compressions and rarefactions on transverse and longitudinal graphs?
96062. What are the boundaries, both high and low, of heart rate in beats per minute which are compatible with life?
96063. What are the boundaries, both high and low, of breathing rate in breaths per minute which are compatible with life?
96064. What are the normal values of body temperature in oc, heart rate in beats per minute, blood pressure in mmHg, and breathing rate in breaths per minute?
96065. What is the English word for the sound produced by the gecko?
96066. What is the connection between Richard James and a 'Toy Story' character who will be voiced by Lou Romano in the 2010 film?
96067. What does Suzanne Snyder have to do with something called Bone Palace Ballet?
96068. Is it true that hot water freezes faster than cold water?
96069. Is it true that statistically speaking, girls who are taught safe sex are less likely to get pregnant before age 18 as opposed to girls taught abstinence only?
96070. Which woman freedom fighter went to jail 12 times from Sindhi community during the freedom movement?
96071. Mahatma Gandhi has written the autobiography "My Experience With The Truth" on request of which Sindhi leader?
96072. Where is the biggest racecourse in the world?
96073. In simple words can someone please explain what is the IMF and what are its main functions?
96074. Why does American Airlines charge for the first bag?
96075. What is the significance of so many Jewish surnames ending in 'berg' (as mine did), as few English names relate to mountains or hills in comparison?
96076. Where is the largest Prayer Labyrinth located?
96077. Who were the parents of Iapyx?
96078. Were the Latobici ever in contact with the Scordisci?
96079. How did the Wawa convience store get its name?
96080. John Wayne and Mickey Spillane were friends. What name did they share in common?
96081. Who wrote an opera about the philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi?
96082. The Phoenix landed recently in the arctic part of Mars. What is the temperature at the landing spot?
96083. What is red tape?
96084. What is Macadam?
96085. What are the main differences between Liberals and Conservatives?
96086. Who said, "The older I get, the better I used to be"?
96089. At a 1901 funeral, the coffin was borne in a Washington car. Any idea what this might have looked like?
96090. How tall is Edmund Kemper?
96091. Is it true that rat poison is effective for rats simply because they cannot vomit?
96092. What is the largest signing bonus that an American athlete has ever received?
96094. Is Leonardo DiCaprio a born again Christian?
96095. Who was "George Glass"?
96096. In glucoregulation (homeostasis), what part of the brain is responsible for initiating the responce for returning blood glucose levels to normal?
96097. In the homeostatic process for the regulation of the heart rate, what is the name of the area of the brain which initiates the responce to return levels to normal?
96098. In the homeostatic process for the regulation of breathing rate, where are the receptors which detect the increase of carbon dioxide levels?
96100. What is the nickname for a product that comes from a location in a country that is the third largest producer of it?
96101. People keep telling me that Halo 1 was not the first Halo game. Did Halo really start out as a real time stratagy in the 90's?
96102. When were telescopic scopes first attached to a rifle to aid in accuracy?
96103. Who invented gun powder?
96104. Why does the winner of the Indy 500 drink milk?
96105. How does a fog free mirror work?
96107. What do photographers call developer?
96108. Midas was king of which country?
96109. Which actor listed among his hobbies, ?Plotting to overthrow Willy Rushton??
96110. Which USA politician is nicknamed ?Fritz??
96111. How many times was the author of 'Soft Pretzels With Mustard' a guest on 'The Tonight Show' starring Johnny Carson?
96112. What is the relationship between the next chronological heptagonal number after 34 (ascending) and Bunsen & Kirchhoff?s ?heavenly blue??
96113. Who gave Herman Munster away at his wedding?
96114. What animal in mentioned in the national anthem of the sole country that joined OPEC in 1961?
96115. What is the only NHL team to lose the first two games or the first three games of the Stanley Cup finals and come back to win it?
96116. What is R2P?
96117. What island did the founder of the state of San Marino come from?
96118. What was the first western-style university in West Africa?
96119. What country?s banknotes have their amount written in 17 languages?
96120. Why is the state of Colorado called Colorado?
96121. Why is it that we refer to a smart person as a smart cookie?
96122. Where, when, why, and how was Topsy the elephant executed?
96123. In homeostasis, how does the vagus nerve slow down the heart rate?
96125. What is the name of the first woman whose DNA sequence was determined?
96126. What is the location and better known name of the most famous hanging Ryan?
96127. What rank is Canada's military in most powerful militaries in the world?
96128. What country's banknotes are the hardest to counterfeit?
96129. How many wars has Canada been in after the confederation?
96130. If a Navy Rear Admiral and an Army Major General hold their commissions from the same date, who is considered to be the senior officer?
96131. How long is a Canadian click?
96132. What legendary Swedish sportsman's full name literally means "Bear Castle" in English?
96133. Which Nordic composer wrote the tune used as the national anthem of the short-lived Republic of Biafra?
96134. From which extinct European language is the word 'silo' derived?
96135. How many teeth are we supposed to have?
96136. Who wrote the consumer guide to 2008 compact pickup trucks?
96137. What nation has just done away with their monarchy?
96138. Who has the third most wins on 'Jeopardy!'?
96139. When is 'Stand Up to Cancer' showing on TV?
96140. Who has the longest confirmed sniper kill, including name, country, location and distance?
96141. In which culture(s) is it customary to include the time in utero in a human's age?
96142. How did "Flemish Cape" get its name?
96143. What is the point of pubic hair and under arm hair?
96144. How was the actress who portrayed Dixie McCall, R.N. related to the 1899 poetic offering "Greystone and Porphyry"?
96145. What is the origin of the national veterans' rights group Rolling Thunder's name?
96146. What is the Strafprozessordnung?
96147. What would one likely do to one?s buttons when passing a ramoneur in Croatia?
96148. What is the standard issue assault rifle for the Chinese armed forces?
96149. Which Boney M. hit had the oldest lyric ever to top the charts?
96150. What type of a shark was 'Jaws'?
96151. Approximately how many people worldwide have the surname Chang?
96152. In the film ?The Poseidon Adventure?, how many passengers escaped from the overturned ship?
96154. What is the longest period of time a human has ever spent in a coma?
96155. What does Version 2 of Drowning Pool's "Enemy" video have that Version 1 doesn't?
96156. Apart from Wentworth Miller, who else auditioned for the role of Michael Scofield in "Prison Break"?
96157. The fruit with the highest water content is the watermelon. Which fruit has the lowest water content?
96159. In English History, what famously happened in 1978 for the first time since 1540?
96160. Why do some cats appear to have striped fur, meaning each piece of fur has different coloring within it?
96161. What is OSAS?
96162. What is a double indemnity clause?
96163. What fish got its name from its being hung and dried on sticks? (Not the fishstick.)
96164. Is it true that Haj pilgrims are given a subsidy, whereas Hindu pilgrims to Amarnath, Sabarimalai and Kailash Mansarovar are taxed? If so, then what is the reason behind this?
96165. In which sport one can get a gold medal by kneeling?
96166. I was reading a story about Doncaster Rovers, an English soccer team, getting promoted to the championship. Who are they and what is so special that they have been in the press worldwide in the last few days?
96167. What is the BPM of Stellar Kart's song 'Activate'?
96168. What is the difference, if there is any, between a violin and a fiddle?
96169. When was the NHL formed and when was the first game played and by whom?
96170. What is the most powerful non-atomic bomb?
96171. What's the top 10 best selling cars ever?
96172. Is there such a word as "snidering" and what's its meaning?
96173. What was the first postage stamp in the world to feature mining?
96174. What was the Marco Polo Bridge Incident?
96175. What are the three most important phosphate islands of the Pacific?
96176. What atoll is home to the world's largest population of giant tortoises?
96177. How many bowel movements can a healthy person expect to have in a given day?
96178. What is Shalom Asch?
96179. What is the origin of the phrase "flippin' heck"?
96180. I recently read about a form of cancer treatment which uses light to treat the cancer, I think it is called photosomething. Can anyone help me recall the name of this treatment?
96181. What is the commonality between the 1973 LP ?I Hate The Capitalist System? and Doll Man?
96182. What kind of Decastich is characterized by two quatrains and a couplet (any meter)?
96183. What actor from "It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie" (2002) once auditioned for the role of Brian the Dog on TV's wickedly satirical show "Family Guy"?
96184. Due to her proficiency in dactylology she landed a long-time role on a television show that was almost called "The Nitty Gritty Itty Bitty Kiddy Show." Who was this bookish character and what was the name of her canine companion?
96185. What is an example of social iatrogenesis?
96186. What is an example of cultural iatrogenesis?
96187. Does anyone know if different "flavours" of pet food actually taste like beef, pork or lamb?
96188. Has John McCain's wife, Cindy, ever been accused of stealing?
96189. How many cafes are there in Paris?
96190. Does every street in London have a different name from all the others?
96191. Who is the late Israeli scientist turned politician who has independently made a Nobel prize winning discovery (the other scientist was the one to receive the prize)?
96192. Who directed Stevie Wonder's video of "Part Time Lover"?
96193. What is the common English terminology for different symmetries such as the ones of the letters "A" (vertical axis), "E" (horizontal axis) and "X" (both)?
96194. What was the original name of Rodin's "The Thinker"?
96195. What city, and in which state or province, is the leading seller of Harley-Davidson motorcycles in North America?
96199. What connects Jewish Qabalah and the fine-structure constant of Physics?
96200. Who was guest hosting Saturday Night Live when cast member Charles Rocket uttered a profanity on live television, a move that ultimately got him fired from the show?
96201. Whom does the inscription, ?His life was gentle, and the elements so mix'd in him that nature might stand-up and say to all the word, "This Was a Man!' " honour in Central Park, Cartharge, Missouri?
96202. What character lamented in song, ?On the dusty day when I was born I was not very big. In fact, of a litter of seventeen, I was the smallest pig??
96203. What are the mathematical odds that the Russian Communist Party's first leader to have been born after the Revolution, is the Antichrist?
96204. Who was the first pharaoh that ruled?
96205. What gods did King Akhenaten believe in and why?
96206. Which current president is also the prince of another country?
96207. What wars after World War II saw the losses of Soviet soldiers? lives?
96208. What are ?chartered cities?, and in which countries do they exist?
96209. What is Africa?s longest railway?
96210. What did E. Bergholt accomplish in 1912?
96211. What was Indian Jones' name originally planned to be?
96212. In what city was WWE's Judgment Day 2008 held?
96213. In what city was WWE's ECW event held on May 6, 2008?
96214. In what city was WWE's Smackdown event held on May 9, 2008?
96215. In Pokemon Diamond/Pearl, can you breed a Ditto and a Magnemite to get a baby Magnemite?
96216. This violinist born in Israel in 1922, was a pupil
of Enescu and Thibaud and was very famous in the 1940s and 1950s. He left many recordings that were much appreciated, in particular his Alban Berg's and
Paganini's first concerto. Who is he?
96217. One of the better and most famous cello concertos
has been transcribed to the viola for a famous English violist. There's a recording of it.
Whose concerto, and who made the transcription?
96218. Though once alive, this ubiquitous item of great utility did not have a "birthmark" until after its death, and its subsequent expected "lifespan" is about thirty years. Throughout that span it remains connected to lifelines and undergoes numerous physical examinations. Approximately how many of them are presently serving us in the United States?
96219. What was the word that everyone was laughing at during the 2008 Scripps National Spelling Bee finals last night?
96220. Who was Tia Thomas' main competitor and friend who got knocked out of the 2008 Scripps National Spelling Bee?
96221. Last night at the 81st Scripps National Spelling Bee, who was the guy that kept twirling his hair?
96222. At the 2008 Scripps National Spelling Bee, what jobs do the top two spellers want when they grow up?
96223. In which Shakespeare play filmed by the BBC did John Cleese play the main male character?
96224. Which person was burned as a heretic and later canonized as a saint by the Catholic church?
96225. The Roman Catholic Church believes in transubstantiation, what does the Episicopal church believe concerning this same issue?
96226. Which part of the United States used to be a hereditary monarchy?
96227. For AT&T cell phone service, how much does the sender get charged if they send a picture message but it's not on their plan? And does the receiver get charged for a picture message they receive when it's not on their plan?
96228. Who supported Celine Dion on her recent concerts in Paris?
96229. Who were Mary Cymboliak and John Zuck?
96230. How old is the Humac tablet?
96231. Where must one wear booties while walking at the Grand Canyon?
96232. Why are women more prone to faint than are men?
96233. What causes the momentary heatwave and red rash when taking a niacin pill?
96234. Sindhi (Arbi) contains how many alphabets?
96235. Who is called the "Shakespeare of Sindhis"?
96236. What number President was Taft?
96237. "Mind Your Own Business" was the title of a Hank Williams song and the first motto printed on what?
96238. Which country is the largest bicycle manufacturer in the world?
96239. Czech violinist, professor, mentor and composer
(1883-1950). He left many short romantic pieces
for the violin, seldom played outside his country.
There's an international violin contest with
his name. Foremost Czech virtuoso was his pupil.
Who was this guy?
96240. Which album released in 1994 is dedicated to the band's bassist who died shortly after its recording was completed? (8 words)
96241. Which king reigned for just twenty minutes on 30 July 1830, and why was that?
96242. Why did the the Maria Theresa thaler become the currency of Ethiopia?
96243. What coin gave the name to the currency of Romania?
96244. What was the Kwantung Army?
96245. In which city, and more precisely where in that city, was Charles I of England executed in 1649?
96246. Which video game series was more popular: Phoenix Wright/Appolo Justice, or Donkey Kong Country?
96247. What is the difference between the Universe and the Cosmos?
96248. Derby had one Premiership win during the 2007-08 season. Has any professional team ever gone winless during an entire season?
96252. Which one of the actors starring in 'The Air I Breathe' also starred in 'Mystic River'?
96253. What actor played 007 in six of the James Bond movies?
96254. Which common English phrase is thought to have come from the press having a field day over an appointment made by three time Prime Minister Sir Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury?
96255. In both the 2000 and 2004 Olympic games Hestrie Cloete of South Africa took home the silver medal in what event?
96256. How is the second largest city in the state of Baden-Württemberg connected to a movie character portrayed by Hal Holbrook in 1987?
96257. What Toronto based website created the Google bomb "French Military Victories"?
96258. How did famed distiller Jack Daniel get a gangrenous foot?
96259. The Orwell classic ?Animal Farm? went unpublished for over one year after the author completed the work in 1944. What firm finally printed the novel?
96260. Did Wassily Kandinsky in any way inspire the Rubik's cube?
96261. In both the 2000 and 2004 Olympic games Hestrie Cloete of South Africa took home the silver medal in what event?
96262. What is the most popular web site?
96264. What is the long jump world record?
96265. In what year did Australia become independent?
96266. How old was Christopher Paolini when he published "Eragon"?
96267. Which is the largest tree ever to be found on earth?
96268. Why are the alphabets on a computer keyboard not arranged in order?
96269. Why did Russia pull out of World War I?
96270. How long does it take to fly from Earth to Mars?
96271. What poison or substance can take a man's life in the shortest time after he consumes it?
96272. How does one view a web-archived copy of the way a website looked in years past?
96273. How many years equal a score?
96274. Who queried a certain high ranking Chinese communist leader about the "success" of the French Revolution and got the famous reply that it was still too early to pass a judgment on that issue?
96275. On arriving in Britain, who was asked what he thought of the civilization of England, and famously enough answered that it would be a good idea, something worth trying?
96276. During World War II who made postage stamps featuring Heinrich Himmler, and why?
96277. What is the least valuable coin still minted in a Western country?
96278. What famous treaty was signed on a raft in the middle of a river?
96279. What country is known for its Brown Cheese?
96280. How where atheists treated during World War II in Europe?
96281. How are atheists looked upon in the KKK?
96283. In 'The Simpsons Movie' when Kent Brockman ends his report, does he say, "It's the time of year when the swallows return to Springfield," as in the bird, or "when the swellows return," as in the Pokemon?
96285. In 'Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations' what is the name of the tune usually played when you hear about Dusky Bridge?
96286. Can three players play at once in 'Rampage: Total Destruction'?
96287. Who is the funny man on the Pringles can supposed to be?
96288. Which astronaut traveled the most miles in the Apollo program?
96289. Who is currently the new record holder for the 100 meter sprint for men?
96290. Who is Tyson Gay's main competitor at the men's 100 meter sprint at the Icahn Stadium event on May 31?
96291. A tricky one: Who held the record before Asafa Powell broke it by running the 100m in 9.74 seconds?
96293. Why does a deodorant can feel cool to the touch?
96294. What is the most money a contestant has won on the BBC's "The Weakest Link" TV show, excluding the celebrity versions?
96295. How is Mike Rawlins from "Till Death Us Do Part" related to both the memorial on the reverse of the U.S. five dollar bill, and the British politician nicknamed Bambi?
96296. ?Super Menteur? was an unflattering nickname bestowed upon the successor of François Mitterrand. What does it mean?
96297. "They dined on mince, and slices of quince, which they ate with a runcible spoon." How is this passage directly related to the Beatles' eleventh single record released in 1966?
96298. There are 166 songs listed on the infamous "List of songs deemed inappropriate by Clear Channel following the September 11, 2001 attacks." Which of them has lyrics mentioning Red China, the Jordan River and Selma, Alabama?
96299. Who invented the coat hanger?
96300. Are there any other English words spelt with an 'oe' as in 'shoe' and pronounced 'oo'?
96301. Which mathematical entities are named after a Hebrew letter?
96302. What is the term in volleyball when a player hits the ball over the net, and then the ball hits a boundary line?
96303. Which artist will play the Air Canada Centre on June 7th, 2008?
96304. On average, how many high school graduates have gone all twelve years without missing a single day?
96305. What 4-digit number equals the difference between its re-arranged greatest possible 4-digit value and its re-arranged smallest possible 4-digit value?
96306. Of the chemical elements named after people, which among them were named for those persons within five years of their deaths?
96307. Besides European Russia, what is the next largest country in Europe?
96308. What is the largest country in western Europe?
96309. Why does hair grow out of moles?
96310. How many recorded caves are in Kentucky?
96311. In 'Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All' what is the name of your client in the third trial? Who is the killer of the victim?
96312. What was the Expedition of the Thousand?
96313. What was the Continental System?
96314. What is 'Swedish rounding' and where can you find it outside Sweden?
96315. Emma Hamilton, mistress of Lord Nelson, was a trusted associate of which of Marie Antoinette's sisters?
96316. What is a Mediterranean diet?
96317. What's the difference between alligators and crocodiles?
96318. What are the chances of surviving a heart attack?
96319. What song is often heard in the Vonage commercials?
96320. On the BBC2 show "The People's Quiz Wildcard" last year, what was the name of the female announcer with a strangely scary voice? Not the host, Jamie Theakston, but the woman who gave contestant introductions. Anyone know her name?
96321. How does one prevent the roll of aluminum foil from continually falling out of the box?
96322. Who was the Viennese born woman who earned herself the nickname of "Widow of the Four Arts"?
96323. Which thirteenth century intellect and statesman bore a name pertaining to egregious male body parts and notably was associated with an item made from a particular alloy (or two) to which many believed had vaticinal properties?
96324. What do you do if you have a pimple scar?
96325. Who?s Andy Panda?s girlfriend?
96326. In the 1800?s one Scottish cure for auge was to take a tablet, every morning before breakfast for three successive days. What was the main ingredient of said pill?
96327. Why did Martin Ferguson receive the 1995 Ernie Award?
96328. According to traditional Chinese beliefs, when is the best time to smack a stuttering child to cure him/her of the malady?
96329. How much is 7,000 billion Phillipine Pesos in British pounds and US dollars?
96330. The Korea Exchange's total market capitalisation is KRW726 trillion! But how much is this in US dollars and British pounds?
96332. Which band has their website designed as a periodic table, and their logo is designed as the element "Vt"?
96333. Why don't barrel racers wear helmets?
96334. Which is the sharpest sense in a newborn baby?
96335. Are there vegetarian eggs? How are they made?
96336. Is there any house plant that can live with low light?
96337. Which film(s) by Akira Kurosawa include female nudity?
96338. In the Herbet Von Karajon 100th anniversary edition dvd of Beethoven's 9 Symphonies, who is the soloist in the choral movement of Beethoven's 9th symphony?
96340. In which San Francisco street was Sony's famous Bouncy Ball commercial filmed?
96341. In 2004 what name was adopted by the singer Madonna?
96342. What film was based on Cain and Abel?
96343. The statues of which well-known couple would you find near Hyde Park Gate in London?
96344. In the 2007 Channel 4 show "The Search" what is the name of the operatic music being played when the Poison Chalice is being passed around?
96345. I need to know the name of a plant or flower with the clue, "A very large number"?
96346. In the UK television programme 'Escape to the Country', what is the name of the song or tune that is played at the start of every episode?
96347. Who played the lady interviewing Monk for a job while he is sitting in the wobbly chair?
96348. The 23-Sep-05 strip of "Pearls Before Swine" involved a "Blondie's 75th Anniversary Party" when Rat had said there was a "Naked Twister" game going on. Stephen had said in the final panel, "WOW! Dilbert is a Stud!" But in the original of the strip, Stephen was commenting on the naked body of a cartoonist he wanted to keep anonymous, because he called that particular cartoonist and he/she said he/she did want the reference in that regard. Does anyone know the name of that cartoonist?
96349. Which Scotsman is said to have invented modern finance?
96350. As of June 2008, what was the latest country to abolish monarchy?
96351. What incident during World War II made France lose most of its fleet?
96352. What was the first airmail stamp?
96353. When looking at used cars to buy, does it make sense to kick the tires?
96354. Who is the only driver to win at Pocono driving an Oldsmobile?
96355. Today in medical science what occured concerning the longevity drug resveratrol?
96356. Who was the original actor to play Marty McFly in 'Back to the Future' before Michael J. Fox?
96357. What is a creationist?
96358. What structure served as the prison in Walnut Grove on television?s "Little House on the Prairie??
96359. How is Vanna White's first puzzle on 'Wheel of Fortune' related to the parent company of M*A*S*H records?
96360. Their ancient Egyptian doctors often applied the blood of what creature to the eyes of blind patients?
96361. Who eventually chose a career with the police force; Skittles, Plorn or Chickenstalker?
96362. What item of clothing shares its name with a timber joint?
96363. Where might one find Ringo Starr governing the Sancta Sedes?
96364. Around 1696, who spotted a Panthera Leo as a result of its ungula?
96365. Does Bombay Mix count as a healthy snack or as junk food?
96367. What term for a traceable change made by an artist in the execution of a painting is related to a similar term for a converted gangster?
96368. Who is The Daily Planet's best known journalist?
96369. Which comic singer played the ukelele?
96371. This law enforcement agency (once portrayed within a major suspense thriller) has strong affiliations with a man who enjoys the company of a certain two-handed polearm and sometimes is accompanied with a didactic letter. Who is the man, and the agency and how does it all connect with the colours scarlet and black?
96372. In 'Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations' what is the first contradiction in Luke Atmey's second-to-last testimony?
96373. What is the world?s strongest microscope?
96374. What is the world?s strongest telescope?
96375. What was the world?s first national bank?
96376. What is the most valuable coin in face value in normal circulation in a Western country?
96377. What company owns Six Flags?
96378. What times does Shouka's show start at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom?
96379. What company owns Great America?
96380. What famous French born prophet is also the author of a book on how to make jam?
96381. What popular French type of soap must officially contain 72% olive oil, kopra oil or palm oil, is usually sold in cubes and has a stamp referring to a particular French town?
96382. Who was the Scottish doctor who put Nice, the French Mediterranean coast and "la Provence" on the tourist map by his excessive praise of the local climate in a travel book which he published in 1866, and in spite of all his criticism of the local population, customs, etc.?
96383. What does a hunter call a deer?s footmark?
96384. If you owned a pair of blockies, what did you have?
96385. Which Prime Minister of Australia successfully picked first, second and third placegetters in the Melbourne Cup four years in a row?
96386. What imaginary creature is often blamed for aircraft problems?
96387. How is the first seven-speed automatic transmission ever used on a production vehicle related to Homer Simpson?s employ?
96388. How is the performer who wore a t-shirt with F.U.T.K. written on the front at the 2003 Academy of Country Music Awards related to the only one syllable U.S. State?
96389. What does Stacey Lynn Swain have in common with the only letter not appearing in the name of any U.S. State?
96390. How is the oldest recipe of its kind published in 'The Good Housekeeping Everyday Cook Book' by Isabel Gordon Curtis in 1903 related to talipes equinovarus?
96392. How many living Britons were born whilst Victoria was on the throne?
96393. Who measured the strength of electricity by shocking himself?
96396. Which band first named itself after a scientific electrical device, and later renamed itself after the scientist who invented this device?
96397. Who is the only musician that both sings a track on one of Pink Floyd's albums, and has a Led Zeppelin song dedicated to his name?
96399. In 'Pokemon Diamond/Pearl' at what level do the fossil pokemon Kabuto and Omanyte evolve?
96400. Are Jorge Garcia, the actor who plays Hugo in "Lost" and Danay Garcia, the actress who plays Sofia Lugo in "Prison Break" related?
96401. What is the "Headless Pyramid"?
96404. Are there any public or private schools specifically for atheist children?
96405. What are the basic tastes?
96406. Why was there never a King Louis XVII?
96407. What are the most spoken minority languages in Poland?
96408. What was the Illyrian Movement?
96409. Who played Danny's father on 'The King of Queens'?
96410. Who planted The Hairy Tree in Girvan?
96411. What causes eating a large meal to make people tired?
96412. How many years was the Simpsons movie in the making?
96413. Who is the most popular Simpsons character?
96414. What is the second most popular sport in the world?
96415. What is the high jump world record?
96416. What was the trigger that made the ill-fated FoxTrax hockey puck appear with a red shooting-star tail?
96417. What makes bourbon so much sweeter than scotch?
96418. Whose name was XXX'd off Lord Stanley?s Cup in 1984 and why?
96419. A famous opera was performed, against the wishes of the composer, in Munich, Germany in the summer of 1870. What is the relationship of this musical piece to a film that netted the Golden Globe Award in 1979 for Francis Ford Coppola?
96420. How long does it take a fly to mate? The reason that I ask is that I was outside this morning and there were two bluebottle type flies mating on a leaf. When I went back a couple of hours later they were still there and still mating. I always thought insect mating was a relatively brief affair but this got me wondering.
96421. Scottish singer Jack Bruce is the bassist and primary vocalist for what rock super trio?
96422. What songs from 'Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace' are based on poetry translated into Sanskrit?
96423. In the TV series 'Smallville' does Lana ever have a happy, non-panicked phone conversation with anyone?
96424. In any 'Ace Attorney' game other than the first, does Lana Skye appear?
96426. How many trees are there in the world?
96427. Once the site of a blast around 30 times the biggest bomb test to date, this is now a fairly obscure place. It has been the place of observation of the other side during the cold war, and Franz Ferdinand have played there. The designer of the town is far better known for other types of construction. It won't help you at all to know that Baloo has family there. Where is it?
96428. What happened to Lord Voldemort's body after his death at the Great Hall of Hogwarts?
96429. What is the movie 'Camp Rock' about?
96430. What ended up causing Big Brown to have issues in the Belmont?
96431. Is it true that the state of Florida was purchased from Spain?
96432. When, where and under what name was the first magazine for women published?
96433. Which Rajasthani town is famous for Camel Trading Fair?
96434. In simple English, can you please explain the difference between a factory and a mill?
96435. What was the Bonnie Blue Flag?
96436. What is the Higgs particle?
96437. What is a Carpetbagger?
96438. What was the Lydian Lion?
96439. Which type of onion keeps the best?
96440. Has there ever been a team from Canada's three territories that have participated in a Stanley Cup event?
96441. Why is the "C" in the Boston Celtics pronounced with a soft sound instead of a hard sound?
96442. Is Kid Buu the strongest form of Buu?
96443. What is the most popular TV show in the world?
96444. What is the least popular sport?
96445. What is the most popular fast food franchise?
96446. Did John Howard go to a public or private school?
96447. Who is stronger, Super Buu when absorbed, Gohan or Kid Buu?
96448. The companies involved in the so-called ?Boston bomb scare? ended up paying two million dollars. Which two government bodies received $1 million a piece?
96449. How is the captain of The Flying Fish related to a colleague of Miller, Krause and Scheuer?
96450. What anotomical features of the castrati often grew unusually long and greatly assisted in their profession by affording them unrivalled lung power?
96451. How is Sanhedrin?s historic third place finish related to the sum of the fifth ?Bell number? + the sixth ?Motzkin number??
96452. What is the common bond between "Lodwick", "Babington", "Bombay", "Wilson" and "Kate's"?
96453. What connection is there between Star Trek: TNG's Deanna Troi and the Enterprise computer?
96454. Which are the three leading countries in saffron export?
96455. What usually decorative item, invented in the early 1700's, also has medical and military uses?
96456. What is the oldest ship wreck ever found?
96457. Is there any specific reason why soccer teams consist of eleven rather than ten, twelve, thirteen, etc. players?
96458. In 'Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney' why does Manfred Von Karma seem so surprised that Phoenix wanted to cross examine Polly if he retrained the bird?
96459. Where do most Biblical scholars believe that the Ark of the Covenant was lost?
96460. Who was the first Socialist to be elected to a Parliament?
96461. Who were the Scalavags?
96462. What is a Brazen Head?
96463. What Briton coined the term "Norwegian charisma" to describe people as entirely devoid of grace and charm?
96464. To date, which Iron Chef America has faught and won the most American battles?
96465. Was there ever a saint called Napoleon?
96466. Settling an argument between colleagues,
is there a law that states a company must pay employees with the same job title or description equal pay?
96467. How old was Ralph Machio when he played Daniel Larusso in 'The Karate Kid' and 'The Karate Kid II' and what ages was he meant to be playing?
96468. How is Bush's colleague "Turd Blossom" related to the Australian version of "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?"
96469. How is the Kentucky governor who made Harland Sanders an honorary Colonel associated with a Brian Doyle Murray character in Stone?s ?JFK??
96470. Who was billed as ?The Viking Giant? under the management of Glen Porter?
96471. She was billed as ?Nightrider's Girl? in 1979?s Mad Max, he is the Prodigal Son of Rabbi Hyman Krustofski. What name is common to both?
96472. What in common had Bruckner, Verdi, Faure or Elgar, that Beethoven, Dvorak, Schubert or
96473. How many animals are in the Nile River?
96474. How long is the flight from London Heathrow to Phoenix, Arizona?
96475. In which language(s) is there a dedicated word for a field where watermelons are grown?
96476. How old is Spongebob Squarepants?
96477. What happened to MCI?
96478. Which is the shortest international bridge?
96479. What is the official national anthem of United States?
96480. Where is the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund?
96481. What are African-Indians called?
96482. Whose job was it to see to it that the occupants of the scriptorium made mistakes?
96483. What actor has had the most guest starring / recurring roles on all the 'Star Trek' series?
96484. What well known couple got married and committed suicide the next day?
96485. What did gangster Squizzy Taylor and opera singer Dame Nellie Melba have in common?
96486. When Jesus sent the twelve out to preach, he allowed them to carry only one thing. What was it?
96487. Why when a tree is severely pruned, do bunches of foliage grow from the main trunk?
96488. Why is Rememberance Day on November 11?
96489. In order of time, what are the rifles Canada has used as the standard issue since the Confederation?
96490. What is the most popular Canadian TV show?
96491. Excluding the CN Tower, what is Canada's tallest sky scaper?
96492. What comic strip character's junk mail is addressed to "Ugly Occupant"?
96493. Who was the driver that had an emotional "come-back" victory at Michigan International Speedway in June of 1997?
96494. Because of their Southern roots, Lynyrd Skynyrd were said to have been racist by some critics. Is this accusation regarding the band members really true?
96495. What country saw a "Law against the generally dangerous endeavours of Social Democracy", and when?
96496. What philospher denies society as being an actual entity, calling society a "spook" and that "the individuals are its reality"?
96497. Why did the American philosopher Benjamin Tucker embrace egoism?
96498. Who were the Redeemers?
96499. Born in a Greek island to a Greek mother and Irish father. Known for his works on New Orleans. Ended his life as a Japanese author. Briefly mentioned in the James Bond book "You Only Live Twice". Who is he?