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Questions From Jun 26 08
97001. Is the Huntaway a recognised breed of dog or is it considered to be a cross breed?
97002. When was Latin last spoken as a community's vernacular?
97003. How did the famous philosopher Frederick Nietzsche end his life?
97004. A certain composer committed suicide by drowning himself after his wife left him for another composer. Who were these two composers?
97005. Jerusalem and Delphi share in common a certain type of stone of traditional or mythological importance. What are these stones called, and what is their significance?
97006. Are there scientifically proven risks in drinking ten cups of artificially sweetened hot tea a day?
97007. Which lake is lower than the Dead Sea?
97008. What word is used to denote divination by the reading of animal innards?
97009. Which is the largest covered market in the world?
97010. Which Arab nation is the homeland of the Coptic Christians?
97011. Which is the only Indian film banned by the British Raj for propogating the cause of India's freedom struggle?
97012. Is it true that the ostrich has two toes on each foot which gives it greater speed?
97013. At what level in 'Pokemon Diamond/Pearl' does Zubat evolve into Golbat?
97014. What do jump, shift, change and phase have in common?
97015. Has OneRepublic given permission for their videos or recordings of performances to be uploaded to the internet?
97017. For centuries a certain mathematical constant has been employed in art and architecture. What does it have to do with one of the world's fastest drummers?
97018. What substance can be used to kill root maggots, as kitty litter, in filters, and to make dynamite?
97019. In the Guns N' Roses song "Patience" who is whistling at the beginning?
97020. The effect of government spending on unemployment would be studied by a micro-economist or macro-economist?
97021. Is there absolutely any relation between formaldehyde and Mr. Hyde from 'The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde'? When I break down for-mal-de-hyde, I get for / mal (bad) / de (of) / Hyde (Mr. Hyde). Does it have a meaning like "bad potion of Hyde" or am I just seeing a weird coincidence?
97022. Who is widely agreed as the hardest boss in the history of video games?
97023. Which gender is most likely to be diagnosed with trimethylaminuria?
97024. Why did ?The King of Rock ?N? Roll? stop dating the actress who played Kathleen Crowe in ?Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects??
97025. What fictional twosome lip-locked for the very first kiss of an interracial couple in the history of colour comic books in America?
97026. Why did John F. Kennedy receive the last rites of the Roman Catholic Church in 1954?
97027. I love reading books that are written in the 'Steampunk' genre, but who coined the term 'Steampunk'?
97028. Do LG make any products under their full name of Lucky Goldstar anymore?
97029. How are foods freeze-dried, because surely it is impossible to dry something by freezing it, as the act of freezing does not remove moisture?
97030. In 1881 a large portion of Liverpool's population was Irish, but what was the percentage?
97031. What percentage of today's trade is transported by sea?
97032. What age was Alison Carter when she died in the 'Hit and Run' episode of 'The Sweeney'?
97033. What connects Frank X. Farrell and Ray Elliot?
97034. What part of mathematics can be divided into integral and differential?
97035. What is the heaviest matter known to man?
97036. Which songwriter has composed the most songs to chart in most countries?
97037. In German, what is Fasching?
97038. What time does the song "Reminiscence: True Evening of Grief" play in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All? Please be specific.
97039. Where was the world's biggest ever drug bust discovered in June 2008?
97040. What people in West Africa established good relations and an extensive slave trade with the Portuguese and Dutch from the 15th century?
97041. If you were killed by being struck on the back of the head with a heavy, blunt object, what type of trauma is this?
97042. What type of trauma is it if you are shot by a pistol in the left temple?
97043. Has anyone ever survived potassium cyanide poisoning? If so, how many people?
97045. What European nations still have a military draft?
97046. What do the initials I.C.D.S. stand for in the British military context?
97047. What was the name of Hitler's niece, with whom he had a very close relationship and mourned for her when she committed suicide?
97048. Between which two countries is the heaviest fortified border?
97049. In 'The Simpsons Hit & Run' what is the name of the Itchy and Scratchy cartoon that you get and where do you see it in the game?
97050. Which member of the Fellowship of the Ring broke the hobbit record for height, and how did he accomplish the feat?
97051. What is the OE etymological root of "hobbit"?
97053. What was the name of the giant guardian of the forest in Mesopotamian mythologies, and which heroic duo felled him?
97054. Is it true that a banana has five sides?
97055. Which Chinese city, capital of thirteen different dynasties, is known as the cradle of Chinese civilisation?
97056. Which country has a zero percent unemployment rate?
97057. When do scientists predict that the North Pole could be free of ice for the first time in recorded history?
97058. Parts of it are used in a children's game that originated in a place first documented by Ptolemy, other parts of it connect to a city in Eastern Europe, whilst the whole thing was mentioned by a famous Jewish refugee. Also, a man who shares his name with a famous composer thought parts of it would be good for undesired reasoning. What is it?
97059. He was born in Angers in 1872, was elected a Prince, used a Russian sounding penname, and on his eighteenth birthday was offered a special seat with copper plate inscription in no fewer than eighty French top restaurants. What was the real name of this famous French gastronome?
97060. Who could be seen on a poster in 1898 drinking a glass of nails, and became the logo of a famous French tyre company that still combines motor-tourism with gastronomy?
97061. What is the leading instrument in a military band?
97063. Is it true that touching a wall will release the static electricity from your hands?
97064. The number of prime numbers is infinite. But, is the number of decades where all odd numbers are prime, except for the one ending in 5 of course, also infinite (e.g. 11, 13, 17, 19 and 101, 103, 107, 109)?
97065. All animals have life expectancies. Then why do some humans live past their expected life?
97066. There is at least one scenario where a star with an initial mass lower than Chandrasekhar's Mass still undergoes a supernova. Can you describe it?
97067. What is the common element among Bill Richardson, Keith Laumer, 'NCIS' and 'Enter the Dragon'?
97068. Can a positive alcohol reading be produced on a breathalyser if yeast covered plums are consumed beforehand?
97069. The title of which obscure album by an Israeli band deals with the alleged murder of one of the members of Sweden's best known bands to date?
97070. What is the world's tallest wooden house?
97071. What land was called "White Men's Land" in Old Norse?
97072. According to a certain index, which country's inhabitants are the most satisfied with life?
97073. What country had the latest case of smallpox?
97074. What international airport is named for a bird?
97075. What "Star Wars" novel release was accompanied by the largest multimedia project to date in the Expanded Universe?
97077. Who was the famous romantic French composer who planned a full violin concerto but only finished the first (allegro) movement? The second (andante) was later published as a separate piece for violin and piano. The third (finale) was never completed nor published.
97078. When a U.S. Senator dies or becomes incapacitated, how is his or her seat filled?
97079. Of the four main North American sports, hockey, football, baseball and basketball, who are the top three head coaches with the most wins?
97080. Which MLB pitcher has the most career blown saves?
97081. I work a lot with needles; tapestry, tatting, sewing, etc. These needles lose their luster with prolonged use and become hard to use, especially the tatting needles. My question is, without replacing them, how can I make them look like they are new so there is less friction?
97082. Was there anyone who played for the Braves in Boston, Milwaukee, and Atlanta?
97084. How long does it take an apple to brown, out of water and soaked in water?
97087. At 6 feet, 6 inches tall, he is the largest bovine in the United Kingdom. What is his name?
97088. Why is Mars, Inc. being sued by The Naked Cowboy?
97089. What are the most salient zibeline senses when hunting for prey?
97090. On July 4th, 2008 exactly how much younger will the great nation of Canada be than its American neighbour?
97091. What specific voyage connected a co-author of ?The Mars Projects? and a man who gave Cheech Marin the ?Key to the Universe? in 1981?
97092. How long is the world's longest badminton rally?
97093. Is it true that Mercedes Benz cars are named after Mercedes Jellinek, the daughter of Emil Jellinik, the Austrian businessman who founded the company?
97094. How far is it true that "until babies are 6 months old, they can breathe and swallow at the same time?"
97095. Is it true that butterflies taste with their feet?
97096. Where is the biggest Mosque in the world and what is its name?
97099. In 'Doctor Who' what is the Doctor's mobile phone number?
97101. In what Paris room and hotel or apartment did Jim Morrison die in 1971 and can a person still stay in that room today?
97103. Quentin Tarantino once worked in a video rental shop before his movie director fame, once he became famous a former co-worker of his commited suicide. Who was this person and why did they do such a desperate act?
97104. I recall in the late 80's General Mills ran a contest that was to award a "walk-on" role in Star Trek: The Next Generation to the winner. Does anyone know who this winner was and in what episode they appeared?
97105. London is the largest city in the UK in size and population, where does Belfast rank?
97106. What is a fugazi?
97107. What is an elephant test?
97108. What is a gravy train?
97109. What does it mean to have forty winks?
97111. What does it mean to have an elephant mind?
97112. How many Stanley Cup rings did Brett Hull win?
97113. Under what conditions would Photo-oxidative sunburn of an apple occur?
97114. Last summer McDonalds introduced a fresh salmon wrap in a country known to be the world?s biggest salmon exporter. How many of this country?s restaurants carried the new dish?
97115. To what U.S. state is Mr. Snuffleupagus supposedly indigenous?
97116. In 1961 the Rocket Chemical Company made one slight adjustment, perhaps the only adjustment ever made, to the original formula for WD-40. What was this additive?
97117. How long is the world's longest ping pong rally?
97119. Has any American President or Presidential candidate been LGBT?
97121. How long can a butterfly live for once it emerges from its cocoon?
97122. What is the maximal number of full siblings who won Nobel prizes?
97123. Which of the Torah books have bands named after them?
97124. How many iPods were reported damaged to Apple in 2007?
97125. Who is the oldest actor or actress that is still currently acting?
97126. Does it take as much energy to walk up a stair case two steps at a time as it does to walk up one step at a time?
97127. What is the common method to detect the middle-eastern "desert truffle"?
97128. Before the American Civil War, were there any significant abolitionist groups in the South?
97129. Who is the only living "Cheers" regular who never guest starred on "Frasier?"
97130. What does it mean when a bridal gown is advertised as "temple ready"?
97131. How many classes a day do Hogwarts students take?
97133. Who is the designer who designed the red dress worn by Keira Knightley in the Coco Mademoiselle ad?
97134. What percentage of South Korea's population do not carry the surnames Lee, Kim or Park?
97135. Why, when a goal is scored in football (soccer) do the commentators always say the ball is in the back of the net?
Surely the side of the net which faces the attacking players is the front: the back of the net is the side facing the crowd behind the goal, isn't it?
97136. Why do people die when they become surprised or depressed suddenly due to heart problems?
97137. Alanis Morisette recently celebrated the release of her biggest album with an acoustic version of the same album. What is the album title?
97139. In the EU, is it legal to sell wine made from pomace?
97140. In Germany, what drink is called 'Viking Blood'?
97141. In the Balkans, what alcoholic drink is made from honey?
97142. In Norwegian, what is 'brudlaupskling'?
97143. What hill is the city of Jerusalem located on?
97144. How many glasses are in a magnum of champaigne?
97145. Why does Major League Baseball operate on a 162 game season?
97146. Who is the only actor to be killed by an alien in the film 'Aliens,' a predator in the film 'Predator 2,' and a terminator in the film 'The Terminator'?
97147. What does Caligula have to do with a certain English woman born in 1936 in a city built on the ruins of the Roman fort Lagentium?
97148. How do you transfer a Euro amount to a US dollar amount?
97149. Can you harvest the sprout of a plant?
97150. Why is it you drive with only one foot instead of both?
97151. What university helped develop the roof flaps on NASCAR stock cars?
97152. Is the expression 'whatchamacallit' commonly used by Brits?
97153. Is it true that Christina who played on 'Laguna Beach' Season 1, currently shares an apartment with Whitney Port from 'The Hills'?
97154. What are the halcyon days?
97155. What is the most commonly grown variety of pear?
97156. How can the number 23, associated with the devil, be so commonly associated with British comedienne Dawn French?
97157. The name might suggest that caged cattle were involved, but the sound production is through the use of aluminium (or perhaps I should say aluminum here). The numbers 31 and 129 come in, but not 23 particularly. Also, only one of the four suits is involved, the hardest one in fact. Who invented it (and what is it, of course), and whose unusual theories were a basis for it?
97158. In Wii Fit Jogging, how do you collect the symbols you find throughout the game, and what happens when you do?
97159. Is Hershey's chocolate sold in the UK?
97160. What is Doctor Fish?
97161. Is it legal in the United States to drive a British car with the steering wheel on the right?
97163. Which television show, radio show, blog or thing first made the internet meme? "Some people are like a Slinky...not really good for anything, but you still can't help but smile when you shove them down the stairs."
97164. What is Canadian rock band, Rush's, longest song?
97165. What is the origin of the phrase 'Rushing around like a headless chicken?'
97166. What is the most best selling book written by Christopher Rush?
97167. What is something that is used in many fields such as psychology, counseling, education, and the military - the earliest known ones were in China around 587?
97168. What was the first song recorded and released by the Electric Light Orchestra without an orchestra?
97169. How is one of Hanna-Barbera's "Cave Kids" related to a character that had a complete makeover four years after its 1992 debut as "Whatizit"?
97170. How is the Spanish word ?avellana? connected to the sole recorded hurricane, with a Category Four designation, to make landfall as far north as the ?Old North State??
97171. What are The Sunshine State?s NEW rules regarding the process that begins with sodium pentothal and ends with potassium chloride?
97172. What are the Japanese lines that Styx sings at the beginning of "Mr. Roboto" and what do they mean?
97173. I heard cobras have something special by which they spit and can make a person blind. Is this true and can one distinguish between a cobra and other snakes?
97174. A Community Farm in Israel is called what?
97175. What is a yoke?
97176. What is Scotch Mist?
97177. What is a kajigger?
97178. What is a doofer?
97179. What was the signature tune of the American cartoon character Felix the Cat?
97180. Why do girls blink more than boys?
97181. In tennis, which courts play "faster" with the ball bouncing up more quickly, the hard courts at the US Open or grass at Wimbledon?
97182. Aerosmith had their first number one hit in what year?
97183. Eaten all over the world, what cheese is transported in cylindrical wood chip boxes?
97184. How many gigabytes are in a gigawatt?
97185. What kind of awnings are traditionally a seasonal product, made for use when the snow is not falling?
97186. How many island are there in the Philippines?
97187. In "Rollercoaster Tycoon 3" what are your objectives in the level Mega Park in RCT3 mode?
97188. This album carries the name of the band which released it. Its cover shows the star of a certain film. The surname of this film's director is similar the band's singer's name. Which album is it?
97189. Where can you buy an action replay for Nintendo DS in the United States?
97190. Forbes magazine recently released its list of the 100 most powerful celebrities of 2008. Which Top 10 listed celebrity contributed to "Oz is Ever Floating"?
97191. What elongated human features do the Bwca hate?
97192. How many distinct colours can Mrs. M, the British tetrachromat, see in a rainbow?
97193. A famous Spanish clown once taught Lucy pantomime and built her a cello for her "Audition." Fifteen years after his death what treaured gift was discovered by his wife whilst cleaning?
97194. The first hit single for Lifehouse was called what?
97196. What actor considers himself a rocker, with a harder edged cover of Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire"? This "Daddy and Them" and "Sling Blade" star also appeared on Warren Zevon's final record.
97198. Who invented the phrase "late" to describe someone who is dead?
97199. Which word beginning with the letter D can mean pirate treasure? It's not doubloon, and it is an English Word.
97200. What group of people does Plato exclude from his society in "The Republic"?
97201. Is it possible to have your last period and still be pregnant?
97202. Does taking a bath cause people to pass gas?
97203. Which is the first country in the world to have fully electronic elections?
97204. Which is the only city in the world to have a control tower exclusively dedicated to monitoring helicopter traffic?
97205. Which country has the highest cable car in the world?
97206. Which is the only place in the world where you can actually visualize that you are standing on the Northern Hemisphere as well as Southern Hemisphere?
97207. Where is the location closest to the equator in which snowfall was recorded?
97208. Has John XX died?
97209. Who killed Bruce Wayne's parents in the original "Batman" comics?
97210. How are wasps and hornets different?
97211. What was Italy's currency called from 1861 to 2002?
97212. Who became the leader of Yugoslavia after a British-supported coup in 1941?
97213. What happened to Bozo?
97214. What African state existed from June 1, 1979 to December 12, 1979?
97215. What is a Latifundia?
97216. Who were the White Rajahs?
97217. Everybody has the famous jingle of "Everybody Dance Now!" somewhere in the back of their minds, performed by a pop/techno voice with background music. Which song is it from?
97218. Where did the song "Clap-On, Clap-Off" begin? Am I right in guessing it's an old American commercial?
97219. What's the song used in the latest Lincoln car ads running in the United States?
97220. What did Heinrich Himmler orginally aspire to be?
97221. Who is Cardinal Official? Wrong spelling is intentional, you'll need to figure out the correct spelling.
97222. What common eight-letter expression, meaning failure, contains three pairs of double letters? The first letter is G, the forth letter is S, and the expression consists of two words.
97223. Do Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo?
97224. What was the reason or meaning for the symbolic name "Kami" when she was introduced on 'Takalani Sesame' in 2002?
97225. How is the author of the autobiography ?Return to Earth? connected to Ted DeVita ?
97226. Over 2000 musicians recently deluged Todos Santos Park in Concord, California to pick and strum into the Guinness book. How is the previous record related numerically to the Stecklikrieg?
97227. Why did a determined group of chefs try to change the name of the popular soup Vichyssoise during the Second World War?
97228. Why is the group "Chicago" not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
97229. Who was the first leader of the Israelites?
97230. How many laps are run in a 10,000 m. track race?
97231. Who were the Mayflower's passengers on her second journey to America?
97232. In ?The Wizard of Oz?, in which land did Dorothy first touch down?
97233. Was the movie "The Hunt For Red October" based on a real event? And where is Murmansk, Russia where the sub was stationed?
97235. In the book of Genesis how many chapters are there?
97236. In the Bible who tempted Eve and who tempted Adam?
97237. In the Bible what are the last three words of the Old Testament?
97238. Did California ever have its own currency?
97239. According to The Bard Of Salford, what is the collective term for items such as the hula hoop, the skatbeoard, the popup toaster and The Lord Of The Rings?
97240. Which store or stores provided foot X-ray scans as a service to customers who came to buy shoes?
97241. What three sports are won by going backwards?
97242. What date in January does America celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Day?
97243. Which car company made the Impulse?
97244. What nickname was given to the car model called the Impulse?
97245. What are the specific rules for Race Walking?
97246. In Nazi Germany was abortion legal?
97248. What song is like, "We come to America. We come to America," and it has like an accent?
97249. The Beach Boys, U2, Galaxy 500 and Soundgarden - all of these bands have a song carrying the same title. What is it?
97250. Who sings the original "Life is a Highway"?
97251. What is the atomic mass of helium?
97252. What is a hagiography?
97253. What are the people of Turkey called?
97255. How many US Vice Presidents have been bachelors?
97256. What was the regulation time changed to, and why was it changed, in the Independence Day competition that Chestnut prevailed at this week?
97257. Who is Sir Charles Wheeler's notable son-in-law?
97258. What is the combined total of inheritance bequeathed to the grandchildren of Leona Helmsley?
97259. One labor leader was spared the firing squad in the 1982 massacre ordered by Desi Bouterse. Why did this survivor not appear as the prosecution's star witness against the despot?
97260. Did Joseph Goebbels ever write a novel?
97261. What colonies did the Dutch have in India?
97262. Outside Iran, in what regions of the world is the Persian language spoken?
97263. What is a bullion coin?
97264. Which rock journalist is the mentor of the main character in the movie "Almost Famous"? The movie also portrays Rolling Stone writer Ben Fong-Torres.
97266. Which book, an American novelist's first posthumous release, did "the singing paratrooper" read on the banks of the Suez Canal?
97268. Is there an eight dollar bill?
97269. From where did the nation of Turkey get its name?
97270. Are all pianos the same width and if so what is it?
97271. Is there a word for a column of sunlight rays streaming through a cloud?
97272. From where comes the name Holland for The Netherlands?
97273. Which name is shared by a 19th century US vice president and one of the creators of funk music?
97274. Which famous Italian opera is based on the historical murder of a Swedish king?
97275. Does Darth Vader actually say, "Luke, I am your father" in "Star Wars: Episode V"?
97277. What town was the windmill located in that was featured in the 1940 movie "Foreign Correspondent"?
97278. Where is John Denver's father buried?
97279. Where did Will Smith and Jada Pinkett meet?
97280. From which language does the prefix ?tele? come ?
97281. Which parts of the mandrill monkey are brightly coloured?
97282. How did the painter Paul Klee describe drawing?
97283. Who is the oldest person to have competed in the modern Olympics?
97284. What is the adjective form of the word "garlic"?
97285. At what temperature does frozen pure water at sea level turn instantly to steam?
97287. In Britney's song 'Baby One More Time' what is the word between "my loneliness is killing me" and "I must confess"?
97288. How is the debut single of the Spice Girls related to the number 299?
97289. What actor is linked to both the 1977 British farce ?Let's Get Laid? and The Beatles? flick that includes the setting Foothills of the Headlands?
97290. How is the ubiquitous "Cornelius Rooster" related to a 1967 Beatles single featuring the lyric "You say why and I say I don't know"?
97291. Who did John Lennon gift at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal in 1969 with the prophetic words, "These things will be worth something some day"?
97292. How is the album 'Let It Be' connected to the longest serving manager in the history of Manchester United?
97293. What single by Onerepublic, a Colorado based band, has sold over six million copies? It is historic because the song is one of only two in history to reach 3 million legal downloads.
97294. Is there a specific name for the last word to be spelt wrong before the "Winning Word" in the Scripps National Spelling Bee?
97295. What leader was recently decapitated despite having two guards stationed in front of him for protection?
97296. To the day, how old was Gavin Fuller when he became the youngest person to win 'Mastermind'?
97297. In which Edgar Allan Poe story does a fruit monger invoke a spectacular chain of associations which enables one character to read another character's mind?
97299. How old is Moe on 'The Simpsons'?
97300. What was the name of the first person who created a video game?
97301. Who first used the word "gay" as an alternative to "homosexual"?
97302. In what Richard Wagner opera is the very first chord a half-diminished seventh chord?
97303. Where is a Leopolitan from?
97304. What countries have a 'Revolution Day?'
97305. What is an 'Indianized kingdom?'
97306. Who had the right to the title of Pasha?
97307. How many species of lizards are there?
97308. Where in the letters of St. Paul does he write of the need for a believer in Christ to eat Christ's body and drink his blood?
97309. If someone were to leap to their death, would they really in fact be dead before they hit the ground?
97310. What was the name of the British cartoon which featured four girls being transformed into avatars who had to play in a dancing arcade game forever? It also featured Trevor Nelson interviewing them at one point and for them later to have a top 40 song, possibly from early 00's.
97312. In which edition of 'Spiderman' did Venom make his first actual appearance?
97313. What was the nationality of the last fatality to die at the annual San Fermin festival?
97314. Who wrote the 1889 theme song for the Washington Post?
97315. What New York City soda fountain was a popular retreat for the likes of Elihu Root, Grover Cleveland and the Van Rensselaers?
97316. How did Mark Gruenwald achieve his last wish of being literally in print?
97318. Who is being flayed in a Gerard David painting that shocks two gunmen biding their time somewhere in Europe in a recent film starring among others Brendan Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes?
97319. How is a song whose opening lyrics are "This is a public service announcement, with guitars!" related to a micronation whose motto is "We Seceded Where Others Failed"?
97320. Is it true that Kirsten Dunst had a small, uncredited cameo roll in 'The Day After Tomorrow'?
97322. What is the most popular commercially sold TV being bought today?
97324. What is the heaviest service rifle today?
97325. How many video games are sold a second?
97327. Which British advert of the early 2000s, featured a trolley dolly talking to an airline passenger on a plane about how not to get blocked ears, and she suggested at one point, to think of Les Dennis?
97328. Who is Max Mosley and why is he suing the tabloids?
97329. A long running Broadway musical, later adapted for film, took its name from a recurring motif in the work of a well known painter. What is the play and who is the painter? Today's date, although the day is almost over for most of you, sorry, figures in this.
97330. Who is the only representative of the G-8 taller than 6 feet?
97331. What movies are considered "Spaghetti Westerns"?
97332. Is there any feature on Ninja Gaiden that isn't on Ninja Gaiden Black?
97333. What is in that pink drink that you use to rinse out your mouth at the dentist?
97334. What is the correct spelling and meaning of the word extrapolate?
97335. Whose name does the number 666 represent?
97336. What countries make up the G8? Is China included, and if not, why not?
97337. Why, by chance, is Scott Hoover suing the State of Virginia?
97338. How would a young missus divine her future beau using Tyromancy?
97339. How is Nicole Kidman?s newest addition related to a famed animal from the genus Capra that died in 2007 after choking on a plastic bag in Juba?
97340. How is ?Tabulae sceleti et musculorum corporis human? connected to a divine figure that protects against a practitioner of The Sweet Trade?
97341. Where is Ambazonia, and why does it want to be independent?
97342. What is the reason why a large number of African Americans were Loyalists during the American Revolution?
97343. What is the Brazilian-Portuguese name for sugar cane juice?
97344. Where do you find whistled languages?
97345. Where does the hip hop expression 'West Side' come from?
97346. The 27th British World Heritage site is where?
97347. What have the following cities in common; Agra, India, Kyoto, Japan, Melbourne, Australia, Philadelpia, Pennsylvania and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil?
97348. What happens to the Pope's so-called "Fisherman's Ring" after it has been officially declared the pontiff has left this world?
97349. What Greek mythology story has the main character standing at a fork in the road facing two people, one who always tells the truth and one who always lies? The hero may ask only one question of either. What was that question and what is the complete story?
97350. What Italian tear-drop shaped cheese gets its name from the way in which the curd is left to dry kind of astride on something horizontal?
97352. What small Italian town was the site of a Pope's election for which it took the College of Cardinals 33 months to reach a decision?
97353. What role was played by a pet monkey in the nomination of a seventeen year old boy as Cardinal-Nephew by one of the so-called Renaissance Popes?
97354. Which was the first Indian film with sound?
97355. What are the international airports which were fully reclaimed from the sea?
97356. Is it true that Indonesia is known as "Emerald of the Equator" because 57% of the area is covered by forest?
97357. Which is the first country in the world to provide high speed internet access to every primary, junior and high school?
97358. Who was the first African American woman to settle in Oregon?
97359. Who wrote that he felt like Adam waking up on the day of his creation?
97360. Who did Erik Satie challenge to a duel, and what was the response to this throw-down?
97361. Did Alanis Morisette release the single "My Humps" with the intention of being a joke record, a deeper message or with the intention of selling records?
97363. I can't remember the title of this book, can somebody help me out? It's by Dean Koontz and it's about a woman whose son died in a bus accident of some sort and in the end she found him in some science lab. Anybody know the name of it?
97364. How did the pretzel get its name?
97365. At the end of the episode 'The Gift' in the DVD series 'Joan of Arcadia' a male performer sings a French song. Who is the performer and what is the song?
97366. Is it true that doughnuts were invented because some man decided the doughnuts his mum made were too lumpy, and he scooped out the middle to make them a ring shape?
97367. What can you do with the oil of the pequi, except using it for cooking?
97368. Who is the young girl on the back of the Allman Brothers Band?s ?Brothers and Sisters? album?
97369. How is Hillary's famous xenagogue connected to the Representative to the Americas for Llhamo Döndrub?
97370. Only one cereal grain is mentioned in the national anthem for the country known as ?India?s teardrop?. How is this food related to the name of a Malaysian fort built by Captain Sir Francis Light?
97371. What does the vignette symbolize that Lucila de María del Perpetuo Socorro Godoy Alcayaga is facing on the Chilean 5000 pesos bill?
97372. Where did the small, tasty citrus fruit clementines originate?
97374. Which historical execution involved drawing straws to determine the executioner's identity?
97375. Which Yankee great holds the record for most career home runs hit at Yankee Stadium?
97376. What is the acronym of the message sent when a digital broadcaster authorizes a subscriber of his to view a certain channel?
97377. Why doesn't water from a waterfall ever stop flowing?
97378. Are any major Nazi fugitives still alive?
97379. What major figures of the Nazi regime were never captured or confirmed dead?
97380. What links the rat, the scorpion, the kite, the crow and the rabid dog?
97381. Which Beatles songs have been banned by BBC?
97382. What are the states that have no state income tax?
97383. Is it true that the states with no state income tax have higher property taxes?
97384. What is income tax?
97385. What are the various types of citrus fruits?
97386. Specifically, at which building in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, did ABC broadcast Dick Clark's American Bandstand? What is the name of the American Bandstand building?
97387. A purebred dog has purebred puppies. After about six months, a puppy is sold. If the puppy and its mother happened to reunite, would they remember each other?
97388. What music is used in the launch summer 2008 MKZ Lincoln commercial?
97389. What term refers to a rider who is able to maintain a strong, steady pace for long periods of time and often provides the team leader a slipstream to ride behind as in the Tour de France?
97390. What popular Italian dish did Carlo Collodi, creator of Pinocchio, have in mind when he expressed his aversion for "a focaccia made from leavened bread, toasted in the oven and topped with a little bit of everything"?
97391. Until Napoleon's time, what Italian city celebrated a certain animal on 24th of August by throwing a specimen of these creatures out of the window of its town hall?
97392. Who was the Pope that introduced the so-called "Roman Index of Prohibited Books"?
97393. Who was the American founding father that first imported a maccheroni machine or pasta press to the States?
97394. Where did the Welsh town of Mumbles get its name?
97395. Why is the filmmaking company 1492 so named?
97397. George IV was the heaviest British Monarch, but who was the heaviest American President?
97399. Which bowler has taken four wickets at four consecutive deliveries?
97400. Which batsman was known as "little master"?
97401. Which batsman was the ICC player of 2004?
97402. Which country is known as "down under"?
97403. Which actor's real name is Walter Matasschansayasky?
97404. Who became potter to King George III in 1806?
97405. What is peculiar about female ducks?
97406. How many times does the average human breathe in 24 hours?
97407. What is the sweetest substance?
97408. What do we call the substance that can cause a "hot" taste every time we eat a chili?
97410. What are words that are spelled the same forward and backward called?
97411. If a person was in Manhattan and could go over water, how many miles would it be from Manhattan to New Zealand?
97412. How many singles have the band The Offspring made?
97413. Which is the best selling album released by an Indie record label?
97416. How many songs of 4 minute length could you get on an 80gb Ipod?
97417. What kind of language is Stadsfries?
97418. What kind of language is Gřtudanskt?
97419. Who coined the term ?yada yada yada?, and what does it mean?
97420. Which Scandinavian state leaders have been executed?
97421. How many Christian countries are there in the world?
97422. How many animals in the Bible talk?
97423. Starting and finishing in London, if you were to circle the globe in a day, how many time zones would you go through, and in which country would you change the date on your watch?
97424. How many times per second does your eyeball move?
97426. What are pickled limes, as in Louisa May Alcott's book 'Little Women'?
97428. What unusual mathematical property does 1701 have?
97429. What do you eat when you eat an Italian "hop-in-the-mouth"?
97430. What native of Forlimpopoli promoted la cucina Italiana by his work on the science of cooking and the art of eating?
97431. What Italian monarch was nicknamed not only for his big nose and his friendship with the Napolitan beggars, but also for his alleged "peasant-like" aversion to washing himself?
97432. What is the correct name for the thin breadsticks Italian restaurants have nowadays which have become as essential a part of the place setting as forks and knives?
97433. What connects the reclining figure in ?Daybreak? by Max Parrish and Annelies Marie Frank?s imaginary addressee?
97434. How is T. brucei brucei connected to the Mosquito FB Mk XVIII?
97435. Who asked, "What are YOU doing for preparedness?" on a 1916 cover of Leslie's Weekly?
97436. How did Li'l Abner earn a living?
97437. What is "sleep", the hard stuff in your eyes that we have when we wake up?
97439. What is the 13th book of the 'Too Ghoul for School' series about?
97440. Based on age, gender and income, how many people in the United States are using cell phones?
97444. Who broadcasted Bob Horn's American Bandstand live?
97445. How many golf courses are in Canada?
97446. What caused the dinosaurs to die out?
97447. On the night of its first live broadcast on NBC in 1975, there were two musical guests, one of which was Beatles stablemate Billy Preston. What was the name of this sketch comedy TV show that offered a promotional outlet for rock acts from its beginning?
97448. What is the name of the science fiction short story about a couple who rent an apartment with an old refrigerator in it. When they open the freezer they see a miniature civilization?
97449. What is the name of the science fiction short story about a small town in Florida that is plagued with very hostile angels?
97450. Who was Captain Morgan?
97451. Are real jackfruits legal in the United States that are not grown in the US?
97452. What is the largest Pho chain of restaurants?
97455. What are the heights of the main charaters, including Sasuke, in 'Naruto Shippuden'?
97456. What can cats do with their claws that dogs cannot do?
97457. Who was the last person to hold both water and land speed records?
97458. How is Pepsi addict Michael Curtis related to the only Allman Brothers Band album released in 1973?
97459. How many steps will Thor walk to his death after killing Jormungand?
97460. What word is common to both the Victorian era attacker of Scales and Alsop, and the lyrics "The percentage you're paying is too high priced; while you're living beyond all your means"?
97461. By what means did Carl Eugene Watts attempt to escape from Ellis Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice in Huntsville, Texas?
97462. How many words are asked during the entire course of one year's Spelling Bee?
97463. Is it true that in one belief The Creator, The Keeper and The Destroyer of Life/Time had a cat? If so, what was it called?
97464. To name one person, who do most modern historians believe Jack the Ripper was?
97465. What group has an album titled "OK Computer"? A recent innovation by the group was to release an album allowing consumers to pay whatever they wanted for it.
97466. What kind of language is Dietsch?
97467. What kind of language is spoken by the Mennonites?
97468. Who were the Jews of Bilad el-Sudan?
97469. How far did the Chinese explorer Zheng He travel?
97471. What is the connection between an American band whose original name was the Sunliners and the 17 numbers: 21, 39 and 57 through 71?
97472. What destinations did Concorde fly to from London Heathrow?
97473. In what way is John Peel's favourite song connected to the Beach Boys?
97474. Who was Audhumla?
97475. Where is Ginnungagap?
97476. What happened at Mimir's Well?
97477. Which band or individual has the most Old Grey Whistle Test appearances?
97478. What flower is named after the Norse god Balder?
97479. What was the Beatles' reaction and response to the conspiracy theory of a bouquet of flowers shaped like a guitar on the cover of the "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Clubs Album" that Paul is dead?
97480. What time did Tony Snow die of colon cancer today?
Did Mr. Snow pass away at home or at a hospital?
97481. It happens that this year our 50th wedding anniversary falls on the same day of the week as the original wedding day.
For what fraction of the population would this be the case, overall?
97482. In the movie 'A Clockwork Orange' why do Alex's Droogies beat him up when they see him after his treatment?
97483. "Actress" is the word we all use to denote a female actor. Is there a similar word ever used to denote a female singer?
97484. Are the people's names in "God's Pottery" their real names?
97485. What is the name of the song played during 'A Diamond is Forever' commercial involving a young couple looking back at an elder couple in a park?
97486. Are people paid to test mattresses?
97487. Was Mary Magdalene a prostitute?
97488. What American writer has had his or her stories made into more films than any other?
97489. If it's true that avocado seeds could pass through the digestive system of large prehistoric animals, but not modern animals, then what is the current method of widespread dispersal?
97490. Is there a natural method for the widespread dispersal of banana plants?
97491. What's the difference between a ponytail, pigtail, chignon, bun, braid, plait and plaid?
97493. How old is Chief Clancy Wiggum on 'The Simpsons'?
97494. What is a blog?
97496. What theories abound to explain the cataclysmic Tunguska Explosion?
97497. What ally of Holly Robinson suffered from galeanthropy?
97498. How is a co-flagship of the Celebrity fleet related to the potent version of fermented agua miel?
97499. Of Carnegie?s ?Six Ways to Make People Like You? which can be found on the Wide Mouth Mason?s album ?Stew??