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Questions From Nov 14 08
101001. He was a jumper, was protected by a Navy Seal, assisted a teen detective, had two ancestors who perished in the Andrea Doria and another for whom a museum was named. What is this museum and where is it?
101002. He lived in 485 Mapleton Drive and 211 Pine Street and will be sending a work to 99 Rue de Rivoli. Who is he?
101003. Born in the northernmost capital of the world, he now directs the oldest professional ballet company in the United States. Who is he?
101004. A fountain it is, on top of it he is. In a historic park the fountain is, the same park where the gap fortune may build a museum (or not). There is no try, answer or answer not: who and where is he?
101005. Which two European countries, according to Tranparency International, have close to no corruption at all?
101006. What did Man Utd footballer Carlos Tevez put in his mouth when celebrating a goal at Christmas, 2007?
101007. In what sport was the diameter of the ball increased by 2mm to make it more visible on TV?
101008. In the last century, who had an estimated 10,000 statues built in their image?
101009. What are a group of towers known as?
101010. From which album is Korn's song "Sleepy Hollow" with Marilyn Manson?
101013. How many studio albums have the great rock band "Thunder" released?
101014. What was created first, time or space?
101015. How is the 2003 album 'Zitilites' related in name to Panthera pardus millardi?
101016. What character on television?s The Addams Family enjoyed a diet of yak meatballs?
101017. How is the death of Giulietta Guiccardi?s fiancée related to a nickname for the Republic F-84 Thunderjet?
101018. How is an alter ego of Denali related in name to a 1987 inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
101019. Who wrote the Knýtlinga saga?
101020. Who, for one day, was the monarch of the Irish Free State but in no other part of Britain or the British territories?
101023. How did Uncle Sam become inextricably linked to the United States?
101024. What is the maximum results that can be displayed at once from a Google search?
101025. Did someone commit suicide from the Eiffel Tower in April 2007?
101026. How did Herschel Grynszpan end his life?
101027. "Tesi samanunga was edele unde scona, et omnium virtutum pleniter plena?" What group of people does this bilingual quotation refer to: medieval knights, modern politicians, beauty queens, etc.?
101028. How old is the Hubble Telescope?
101029. What was the first MLB team to get its first black baseball player by trading for him from another team?
101030. How many total episodes of 'Fawlty Towers' were made?
101031. Who has the tallest Mohawk haircut in the world?
101032. What's the difference between WAMUQ.PK and WAMPQ.PK?
101033. What did Reebok do to the New York teacher who "won" the Nike marathon in San Francisco?
101034. In Julie Andrews' book 'The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles' what does the female Whangdoodle say to the King Whangdoodle at the end to express affection?
101035. In what studio in Budapest, Hungary was 'Hellboy II' filmed?
101036. To which top rated American academy did Kat Williams reject a scholarship opportunity?
101038. Who is the only man to name nine countries?
101039. On what date in 2008, after much deliberation about the future of 'Scrubs' was it announced by ABC that the show would begin an eighth season on Tuesday nights as a midseason replacement with a scheduled 18 episodes?
101040. In what year did 'Kung Fu Panda' voice talent Jack Black host the MTV Movie Awards with Sarah Michelle Gellar?
101041. Lady Godiva's name is a latinized version of what Anglo Saxon name?
101042. Who won the first UK 'X Factor'?
101043. Where can you get the world's most expensive cheeseburger in 2008?
101044. What vanilla ice cream dessert that is now always topped with hot, thick, velvety chocolate sauce originally consisted of white ingredients only (almond ice cream, white peaches, white currants, etc.) and possibly got its name from a French comic opera by F.A. Boieldieu which was much admired by the legendary French cook Auguste Escoffier?
101045. During the First World War the name of a certain type of iced coffee decorated with whipped cream and some chocolate coffee beans, was changed into
something more palatable to the inhabitants of Belgium and France: Café Liégeois. What had been the original name?
101046. What village in the Bern Alps gave its name to an egg-white cake and also plays a role in the Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle?
101047. To whom is the statement "i can haz lite?" attributed, and who is this entity's adversary?
101048. What city was named after Laodice of Macedonia?
101049. Are all inhabitants of British dependencies granted full residency rights and citizenship in the United Kingdom?
101050. What country is ruled by the Alaouite Dynasty?
101051. What was the Estado Novo?
101052. Why are the people of West Indies called West Indians? Are they originally from India?
101053. Who is the inventor of the airbag?
101054. A 1-star general is known as a Brigadier General, a 2-star general is known as a Major General, a 3-star general is known as a Lieutenant General, a 4 star general is known as a General. What is a 5-star general called?
101055. Prior to the start of each Olympics, a torch is carried by a relay of runners to where the games are played from what site in Greece?
101056. Athletes from which country always lead the procession in the opening of the Olympic Games and why is that particular country always lead?
101057. Which bird did Queen Elizabeth I say should be eaten at Christmas?
101058. Who was the model that made the line "Don?t hate me because I?m beautiful" famous?
101059. Are koala bears marsupials which means they carry their young in a pouch?
101060. Are koalas mostly nocturnal?
101061. Does an adult koala eat about half a kilogram to one kilogram of gum leaves each night?
101062. What is Australia's interior referred to as?
101064. Who is credited with introducing the first commercial Christmas card into the UK?
101065. In America, what crimes can warrant the death penalty?
101066. What is the maximum amount of months between two Friday 13ths?
101067. He played a Ugandan dictator and also a tourist with a unique vantage point, working with a guy whose baby twins received too much of a glycosaminoglycan. What reverses the effect of this glycosaminoglycan?
101068. Her father designed a chateau, while she designed a mannered lifestyle for all, posting rules of etiquette in books. She traveled with Ned to the Golden Gate by what?
101069. He won the Heisman trophy the same year that Destry rode again and he has stadium and an Asian high school named after him. Which alumnus of that high school played someone from a long time ago and far, far away?
101070. He died in St. Helena and now rests beneath a gilded dome which was copied for a city hall beneath which a U.S. president, none too hardy for traveling, laid in state. There are hundreds of what underneath this city hall?
101071. Who is the Greek philosopher that in Continental Europe functions as a measuring unit?
101072. This Czech romantic composer is famous for his symphonic music, but he wrote many short, brilliant and technically difficult piano pieces that almost nobody plays live. Firkusny had a legendary recording of some of them. Who was he?
101073. How do we convert hydro energy into electrical energy?
101074. What is a pet-plant and where can we find them?
101075. What were the names of the Sweet Valley twins?
101076. 'Quantum of Solance' marks how many Bond movies in the franchise?
101077. Which comedian said, "As a child my family's menu consisted of two choices: take it or leave it"?
101078. What was the largest crowd to attend a presidental inauguration?
101079. In football (soccer), how many players who have played under Sir Alex Ferguson have gone on to manage a club in the English Premiership?
101080. When store checkers lick their fingers to help them open the plastic shopping bags, and then continue to check your groceries, does this pose a health issue?
101081. What British-made alcoholic beverage is called wine, though it's actually a style of beer, or more precisely a strong ale?
101082. What was Ernest Borgnine's advice for longevity?
101083. Is Ursa the only female enemy of Superman?
101084. A Smurf is how many centimeters high?
101085. In 2008, which city had the highest cost of living in the world?
101086. Did an NBA team ever have a stuttering head coach?
101087. Why are there lines, otherwise known as layers, in the walls of the Grand Canyon?
101088. Who was this American cellist (1898-1983), teacher, conductor and musical director who worked for Toscanini, taught at Juilliard and left very few recordings as a soloist but many with the Hollywood Bowl?
101089. What is considered to be the most famous college basketball shot of all time?
101090. In the late 20s, Walt Disney was forced to abandon his original creation, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. In 2006, the Walt Disney Company made a deal with Universal Studios: In exchange for regaining the rights to the Oswald character and the original 26 short films, they released which popular sportscaster from his contract so he could join NBC Sports?
101091. What is the etymology of the dish "shakshouka"?
101092. Which organ of the body takes up 2% space but uses 20% of the oxygen and calories?
101094. How many goals did Jorge Albertz score against rivals Celtic during his five year spell at Glasgow Rangers?
101095. Why did Mary Shelley revise Frankenstein in 1831 to change the character Elizabeth from a cousin of Victor to an apoted Italian orphan?
101096. What was the literacy rate in England c1815?
101098. When did Liverpool cease to be a part of Lancashire? I want to say Lancashire gave the world the Beatles. Can I say this?
101099. Which cocktail is described here:
4 parts Citron Vodka, 2 parts Cointreau, 1 part lime juice and 2 parts cranberry juice?
101100. A pair of shoes were sold in auction in 1988 for £90K. What made them special?
101102. Who played Sally Bowles in the original West End production of 'Caberet'?
101103. Is it true that the five colors of the Olympic rings include black, blue, red, green and yellow?
101104. Is it true that the team from the host country is traditionally the last to enter during the opening ceremonies of the Olympic games?
101105. Generally an autopsy is performed by a specialist medical doctor called what?
101106. Is it true that the use of condoms in Islamic culture is prohibited and, if so, then why?
101107. What is Axl Rose's astrological sign?
101108. What men were elected President of the US while serving as a US Senator?
101109. What type of sunglasses did Dirty Harry wear?
101110. Moslems consider Jesus to have been a prophet and esteem his mother. In what regard do they hold Buddha?
101111. What was the first website placed on the internet?
101112. Why did Page and Plant not invite John Paul Jones to join in their No Quarter reunion?
101113. This creature, subject of a snowy 1868 Impressionist work belongs to a genus that is also the name of an abnormal craving associated with iron deficiency. What has recently been observed regarding this creature and mirrors?
101114. This mayor and opponent of Proposition 8 was photographed with his then wife sprawled like goods in a bazaar on the rug of a furniture designer and her composer husband. The latter wrote an opera that is the namesake of the business founded by the mayor. What monarch originated the name of that opera and business?
101115. This 6-letter word with a doubled consonant is a desk. The same word, but double a different consonant and it?s that office boss. This shouldn?t be too hard to figure out, or at least that?s what she said. What are the two words?
101116. He kept things confidential in the kitchen, stood by a friend who failed to launch and for his thesis, played a doubly afflicted man. What two conditions are now postulated to have afflicted that man?
101117. In their money, how much is a hamburger in Zimbabwe?
101118. How many times does Snowball the Snowman appear in the Sears Holiday Wishbook?
101119. When did the Europeans first start seeing themselves as Europeans?
101120. Who coined the term Europe?
101121. What is the difference between 'old imperialism' and 'new imperialism'?
101122. Who was the main ideologist behind the European Union?
101123. Name a great American violinist, teacher and conductor born 1899 or 1900, who had one of the longest careers in history. He left many splendid
recordings, but now he's almost forgotten. His sister was also a great string player. Who was he?
101124. What wood are top-range cricket bats made of?
101125. Colloquially, for what is ?SNAG? an acronym?
101126. Who said in Melbourne, "Since there are only seven jokes known to man, it's not that difficult to remember"?
101127. What is Gretna Green's claim to fame?
101128. Only one actor in Academy Award history has ever been nominated for both best actor and best supporting actor. Who was it?
101129. What is the seven-letter word that refers to an expert in the art of making and serving coffee, espresso and latte, etc.?
101131. Has the Riemann hypothesis been proven?
101132. In the song 'Valerie' by Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse, what actual contribution has Mark Ronson made (he certainly doesn't sing) such as playing any of the music, to be credited along with the actual artist? I know he's the producer but you don't see them on credits normally so what makes him different?
101133. Where in the world can one find "Beulah red"?
101134. How do you stop window rubbers from oxidizing?
101135. How much money do you have to pay for an application to Harvard or any other Ivy League School?
101136. What was Joe Paterno's first year as the head coach of Penn State's football team?
101137. Did any king of England have a "handfast" wife?
101138. Which city currently has the world's oldest captive polar bear?
101140. He, who misled William Figueroa by an ?e?, developed a clot for which he was treated with rat poison. Intake of foods rich in a vitamin is moderated while on that substance. Which vitamin?
101141. According to recent data, how are cows likely to align themselves?
101142. This John Connor can be linked to a poet's lines about one who walks without sympathy being headed to his own funeral drest in his shroud. He worked with an actor that is now doing double duty in a movie entitled with one of the poet's famous works. Who are these two actors?
101143. Her godfather advised all to turn on, tune in and drop out and had it not been for the flu, she would not have dropped out of becoming part of a famed movie trilogy. Who is she?
101144. What other US President might have had African American blood besides our President Elect?
101145. Who said, "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?"
101146. What is the difference in Israel between "sherut" and "sherutim"?
101147. In what does the pronunciation of Hebrew sherut differ from English cheroot?
101148. What are weebeasts?
101149. What English word for a country or region politically controlled and ruled by another distant country derives from the Latin term for "newly tilled land"?
101150. Which country has a longer land border with Russia; is it Ukraine or Finland?
101151. Who was this cellist born in Buenos Aires who had a career in England and made many great recordings of chamber with Cutner, Ketner and several piano and strings ensembles? He left a famous recording of Elgar's cello concerto.
101152. Why do very large snow flakes indicate the end of the snow fall is near?
101153. What prestigous University did Bobby Fischer graduate from?
101154. In the world of graphics and avatars, what is a tag?
101155. Who first drafted Tim Lincecum?
101156. Why does Tim Lincecum wear number 55 for the San Francisco Giants?
101159. What exactly is a 'junk country'?
101160. What age is Armando T. Frias (ex-Nuestra Familia Gang Member) present day?
101161. Which three successive "Kings of France" were actually brothers and were succeeded to by a cousin of theirs, who for reasons of principle preferred to take the title "King of the French"?
101162. Which character was dubbed the favorite fictional romantic hero of all time?
101164. Are there any vegetables that have seeds in them?
101166. What does it mean when you do the peace sign, but your fingernails are pointing out? Like it's the regular peace sign facing outwards.
101167. How many birthday candles were on Biden's 66th birthday cake?
101168. What percent of Asian American and African Americans voted for Barack Obama?
101169. Is it true that Dr. Pepper will be giving out free soda to the public and how do you get one?
101170. What similarity is there between travelling by dala dala and travelling by poda poda?
101171. On what mount did Napoleon cross the Alps in 1800?
101172. What is the largest number of "departments" the French Empire ever consisted of?
101173. What ethnic group is the majority in Compton, California?
101174. Which movie premiered on 2004 Valentine's Day?
101175. Is it correct to hyphenate African-American and/or Asian-American?
101176. In typing, what is the opposite of elite?
101178. Where was Cal Ripken, Jr. born?
101179. Who has won the most Gold Glove awards in MLB history?
101181. Months of the year that begin on a Sunday (other than February in non-leap years), always have five Sundays. What other notable feature do they and all Februarys contain?
101182. Where was the last opposed invasion of Britain? Somewhere in East Anglia?
101183. Name a common word with five consecutive vowels?
101185. Who was the father of Nudd (Nodens), and who was his wife? (His son was Gwynn ap Nudd.)
101186. What baseball players have come from the town of San Pedro de Macoris in the Dominican Republic?
101187. Why are sports teams known as clubs?
101188. Who is the famous character from French history whose name occurs as the name of a town in Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota and Ohio, and with the addition of -ville, also in Louisiana?
101189. Who was Zillah in the novel "Wuthering Heights"?
101190. From what did Q-Tips get their name?
101191. Is there another word for synonym?
101192. Does anybody ever vanish with a trace?
101193. How many wild horses were used to film 'Australia'?
101194. Does the product word "Dr. Pepper" have a period?
101195. Is there any difference between compering (pronounced: com-pe-a-ring) and anchoring?
101196. What are the sources of the story on the murder of Rabbi Yehuda Halevi in the Wailing Wall?
101197. What is the equivalent terminology of the Hebrew "mil'ra" and "mil'eil" in different languages?
101198. Strongly influenced by Grieg, this Polish Romantic pianist and composer (1869-1928) was a professor at the Warsaw Conservatory who left many piano and chamber pieces. He died during a piano lesson and is forgotten except in his land. Who was he?
101199. Is there any crow species that is not black in color?
101200. Is the percentage of left-handed people higher in societies where the direction of writing is right-to-left?
101201. Do all U.S. university students join fraternities or sororities (where they are present at an establishment - not all universities do have them, I believe), and if not, is there discrimination or recrimination against non-joiners?
101202. What is the difference between an item being flamable as opposed to it being inflamable?
101203. What are the various combinations of American coins needed to total two bits?
101204. Representatives of which country won both Miss Universe and Miss World in 1994?
101205. What meat is Spam made out of?
101206. Has there ever been an elected President of the United States from the House of Representatives?
101207. Why do right handed people feel their left hand is really weak?
101209. Do ambidextrous people have an intellectual advantage over others?
101211. During the Civil War, did Confederate forces capture any Union state capitals?
101212. Which is the only Australian band to have eight consecutive Top 10 hits in United States?
101213. Which country?s leader failed to ban a commercial voodoo doll in his image?
101214. Which cohort of Robin Hood was regarded as 2 IC. of the 'Merry Men'?
101215. What is the most kw tuned from a 2 litre displacement engine?
101216. What is the fastest quarter mile ever driven?
101217. Can you overdose from smoking marijuana?
101218. Why do the English call autumn fall and the Americans vice-versa?
101219. Is the internal lining of the digestive system smooth?
101220. What is abnormal about the anatomy of the digestive system in Crohn's Disease?
101221. What college did Madonna attend?
101222. What's the difference between "I wish I was" and "I wish I were"?
101223. What 19th-century American outlaw was born on November 23?
101224. What has happened to some people who have tried to hug pandas?
101225. What famous US General also competed in the Olympics?
101226. True, false and floating are three types of what in the human body?
101227. What are the differences between few, couple, many, plenty, various and several?
101228. Where is the world's biggest indoor swimming pool?
101229. Where is the world's biggest office complex?
101230. Who was recently forgiven?
101231. What country music singer is also known as Fancy?
101232. In the iCarly movie 'iGo to Japan' what country were the opossum going to after everyone jumped off the plane?
101233. Which king of England allegedly had someone killed because they beat him at chess?
101234. What percent of Niger is covered by the Sahara Desert?
101235. Many of Chopin's piano pieces have been transcribed to violin and piano. Who made a beautiful and difficult transcription of the great Ballade No.1 op.23?
101236. Does the phrase "talk Turkey" refer to the bird or the country?
101237. Which sporting club/team is regarded as having the most fans internationally?
101238. Who was the first ruler of Normandy as a duchy?
101239. How do you say "hoverboard" in Spanish?
101240. Why did Seatle not draft Tim Lincecum in the MLB Draft?
101242. Who performed the marriage of Dennis Hopper to his fourth wife, Katherine LaNasa?
101243. Could a US president legally pardon himself?
101244. Which supermodel has appeared on the most magazine covers?
101245. Who was the first person to earn a million pounds by the age of ten?
101246. Where is Milliways?
101247. What is the difference between apple juice and cider?
101248. On the show Seinfeld, who gave Jerry fleas?
101249. Where and when was Richey Edwards last seen alive?
101250. Who owns the NBA record for most Career points made?
101251. Who was Deirdre in ancient Irish history?
101252. In a 1970 song by his band, and in a 1972 solo song, he mentions two of his friends, Susie and Mike. Who is he, and who are they?
101253. How much does a three bedroom apartment in Los Angeles cost?
101254. Does Bill Gates have any siblings?
101255. The Maimi Dolphins in the NFL went undefeated what year?
101256. How did the 42nd Highlanders (Black Watch) get its name?
101257. Where is the world's widest bridge?
101258. Is it true that the Dongai Bridge is the longest bridge in the world?
101259. Where is the world's tallest statue?
101260. Who traditionally wears the Fisherman's ring?
101261. 'The Jazz Singer' was the first talkie but what was the second?
101262. The medieval kings of Denmark were the descendants of a specific woman. Who was she?
101263. How many people have been born on Earth since the beginning?
101264. In the "Astrophil and Stella" poems, who was the real life Stella?
101266. What do members of the USMC trained in Paris Island call the Marines trained in San Diego?
101267. Who wrote the quote, "Life isn't about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain"?
101268. Who said, "Life isn't measured by how many breaths you take, but by how many moments take your breath away"?
101269. What 2002 film did Nicole Kidman win an Oscar for?
101270. How far in distance can pens write before they run out of ink?
101271. What is the name of one of the galleries that houses one of the world?s best collection of traditional and contemporary Indigenous art?
101272. What fruit has been found to alleviate arthritic pain, even that associated with gout?
101273. What component of sugarless gum can cause diarrhea?
101274. To get the best immunologic response, what time of the day should men receive their flu shot?
101275. Clenching your fist just prior to a phlebotomy can falsely raise what important serum electrolyte?
101276. Is light made of protons, neutrons or electrons?
101278. On the college level in the United States, what are Developmental English classes?
101280. Is Neil Armstrong a Muslim?
101281. From 1959 to 1962, MLB had two All-Star Games held each year. Why was that?
101282. From which African country did Kunta Kinte come from?
101283. From what tribe did Kunta Kinte come from and what was their name for a river, as seen in the series 'Roots'?
101284. What causes ichthyosis?
101285. Which music star does the song 'American Pie' refer to?
101286. Is the song 'Hey There, Delilah' about a real girl named Delilah?
101287. Is it possible to tell whether someone is married or divorced by what they buy for food in such places as a restaurant or supermarket?
101288. What is the face veil called as worn by Muslim women?
101289. Which index is used to measure the rate of Inflation in India?
101290. Which bird's pink color comes from the food it consumes?
101291. What is used in a digital camera to capture the image on a light sensitive surface?
101292. Who was the richest man in the world in 1937?
101293. Why did "2/10" mean "there are thieves here" in Hobo Sign symbolism?
101294. When and why did the Indian city of Mumbai (sadly the site of recent terrorism) change its name from Bombay?
101295. Who was the 12th apostle?
101296. Is Oprah Winfrey estranged from her mother?
101297. What country?s name means eight islands, although the country has nine islands?
101298. What is parthenogenesis?
101299. What was the Diprotodon?
101300. What is a periplus?
101301. Born in 1943, she was the first woman from Europe to reach Mount Everest's summit. A person with initials C.C. was the last to see her alive. Who is she?
101302. What is a three letter word with letter k as second letter for a man or a boy?
101303. What is Googology a study of?
101304. Which was the first cat to sail around the world?
101305. Who was the wife of Robert the Bruce?
101306. How many gallons of gas does the average commuter in the US use a day?
101307. How many liters of gas does a Vietnamese farmer use a month?
101308. Are postal workers that are not part of a union with six or less years of service allowed to be fired?
101309. Which American union boss earns the fattest paycheck?
101310. What does "bulldog edition" mean in newspaper slang?
101311. What year was the premiere of the musical "Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat" and who was starring as Joseph?
101312. Why must you use great caution when eating any of the popular regional dishes containing the Brazilian piqui fruit? I learned the hard way.
101313. Where is the strange cement structure that is on the front cover of the album "Who's Next"?
101314. How old was Macaulay Culkin's character in "Home Alone"?
101315. How does the Peanuts cartoon "This is America, Charlie Brown" compare with the real-life voyage of the Mayflower in 1620?
101316. What was the longest cricket game ever played?
101317. What is the name of the national park which can be accessed via Mildura near New South Wales?
101319. When Connie Mack managed the Philadelphia A's, he did not wear a baseball uniform during the games he managed but rather a suit, tie and hat. Have any other MLB managers also not worn a baseball uniform during a game that they were managing?
101320. Which country's national anthem has the highest note?
101321. To date, what is the most populated capital city
of the world?
101322. I know turkey eggs normally have two yolks each, but only one poult hatches. What is the purpose of the second yolk in the shell?
101323. What group of animals does the duck-billed platypus belong to?
101324. What is Turkish Delight?
101325. How many vowels are there in English apart from a, e, i, o and u?
101326. In 'Naruto' does Sauske lose his curse mark?
101327. What was the ancient name for the English town of Guildford?
101328. What is the origin and meaning of the folk saying, "When it rains in sunlight, the devil is beating his wife"?
101330. Does music have any kind of effect in the development of a person?
101333. When fiance refers to a male it ends with one e, and when it refers to a female it ends with two. Do any other English words behave similarly?
101334. How many games are in a regular NBA season?
101335. How many games are in a regular MLB season?
101336. What cartoon had the Indian that was always sending smoke signals and searching from the plateaus?
101337. What is the most populated city in the Arab world outside of Egypt?
101338. What is the most populated city in Oceania outside of Australia and New Zealand?
101339. What is the most populated city in South America outside of Brazil and Argentina?
101340. What is the most populated city in the former USSR outside of Russia?
101341. Can somebody explain to me about the midrib of a leaf?
101342. Can somebody explain to me about the tortoise?
101343. Who was the first person to loop a B-17 Bomber?
101344. What do the following series of words have in common: Maine, Greece, roam, niece, louse, wails, gnome and sole?
101345. Are there any English words that have no vowels and no Y?
101346. What well known playwright was arrested a few years ago in New York City because of indecent exposure?
101347. He left his heart here in more ways than one, being one among many to leave works all over this city by the bay in 2004. Where in the city was his work located?
101348. He stands next to a river with his two dogs while fighting a bull and he can help you tell how bad light pollution is in your area. How?
101349. Few remember the day a former peanut farmer signed a treaty on the fate of a man made passage between two oceans, but the following day a resolution made half a world away is still one of the first things many of us see when watching a movie. What was this resolution?
101350. It is beneath a desert named for a tiny dog, looks like Superman?s lair, has been likened to Pope Sixtus? chapel and has pillars of selenite. What is it?
101351. Which Indian mountain range ends with the letter i?
101352. Who is the Akkadian God?
101353. Which of Adam Sandler's movies features a scene of him in a prison?
101354. How did William the Conqueror woo his future wife, Matilda of Flanders?
101355. Who plays Silent Bob in the film 'Mallrats'?
101356. How is the site of a noted 1976 massacre during the Lebanese Civil War related in name to a New York Wal-Mart employee trampled on Black Friday?
101357. How is the inspiration for the movie 'Six Degrees of Separation' related in name to the leader of the New Democratic Party in Ontario, Canada?
101358. How is the wedding date of Jackie Kennedy and Ari Onassis related to Richard Starkey?s recent fan mail deadline?
101359. How is a tune from the Cream album ?Goodbye? related in name to a novel penned by TV?s Detective Harris?
101360. Which was the first album released with a "Parental Advisory" label?
101361. Why do people only snore when asleep?
101362. What is the highest selling song to feature the street "Champs-Elysses" in the lyrics?
101363. Did the Russians regret the sale of Alaska?
101364. Was there ever a movement for independence in Hawaii?
101365. How was it decided that an inch is 2.54cm and a foot is about 30cm?
101366. Where does the word gallon come from?
101367. What is the most populated city in Japan outside of Honshu Island?
101368. What is the most populated city in Indonesia outside of Java Island?
101369. Who were the original hosts of MTV's dating game show 'Singled Out'?
101370. What is the longest recorded time that anyone has taken to come back from a no-brain-wave state to consciousness?
101371. From where comes that Old West image of the American Indian holding cigars?
101372. What number has the same number of letters as its value?
101373. In 'CSI NY' at the end of the second season something bad happens to Don Flack. What is it that happened?
101374. How much money does the original portait of Cosmo Kramer cost in real life?
101375. What was the code name for the first test nuclear bomb?
101376. Which song has the longest continuous note?
101377. In the US, which first lady outlived her husband by the longest time? And which outlived her husband's term by the longest time?
101378. Which animal has the longest tail?
101379. How do deep diving aquatic animals avoid getting ?the bends??
101380. What comes after quadrillion and after that on up the scale?
101381. How many keys are on a full sized keyboard?
101382. In front of the San Marco Basilica in Venice, four animals can be seen which were "stolen" in 1797 but were returned in 1815. Who had been the "thief" and where had he taken them?
101383. What are two examples of a Bose-Einstein Condensates?
101384. Of whose costume in the Italian commedia dell'arte theatre are "multicoloured diamond patches" a distinctive mark?
101385. Which floor of Venetian houses is called the "piano nobile"?
101386. What was the name of the damp, unhealthy prisons on the ground floor of the Ducal Palace in 18th-century Venice?
101388. How can we discover information about people by using horoscopes?
101390. Who said in Melbourne, "This is our way of sending the love back to you guys"?
101391. According to the Bible, how many fishes were there in the miracle of the loaves and the fishes?
101392. Which was the best selling video game in 2007 in terms of units sold and earnings?
101393. Chemically, is water a compound or an element?
101394. On the TV show 'Seinfeld' in "The Keys", who moves to California?
101395. What motorcycle did actor Charles Napier appear in a commercial for in the 1970's? All I remember was that Charles Napier (Murdock in the Rambo movies) walks out of a bar with another guy and they're watching a character named Jake get on a motorcycle with a young lady. The other guy says, "Looks like Jake's going home." Napier replies, "I don't think so, Jake lives that way." It may have been Kawasaki, but I'm not sure.
101397. Was there a US Ballooning Corp during the Civil War?
101398. Is it possible for a person to test positive for methamphetamine or amphetamine when they haven't taken any?
101399. Which animal has the longest tongue?
101400. What is the origin of the winter sweet known in Israel as "krembo" and how is it named elsewhere in the world?
101401. Can you cite an example for a song which is intentionally meaningful when (at least 5 straight seconds of it are) played backwards?
101402. Why was M*A*S*H written with asterisks?
101404. Which textbook is considered "the bible of industrial design"?
101405. Why does the United States have the Statue of Liberty?
101407. Who is Barry Bonds' godfather?
101408. What is a Civil Court?
101409. On which day is Paddington Bear's birthday?
101410. On December 2, 2008, on the show 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?' the contestant used the Ask the Audience lifeline for an answer to the question, "Who was the inspiration for Amy Winehouse's debute album?" The answer chosen by the audience was incorrect. With four choices, was this the first time the audience proved incorrect?
101411. To be called Scotch what are the requirements a whisky must meet?
101412. If your geographical position was 0 degree latitude and 0 degree longitude, where in the world would you be?
101413. What do the three dots on the Dominoes Pizza logo represent?
101414. In simple words, what are the causes of a hernia?
101415. What two shows do Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Natalia Cigliuti have in common?
101416. What letter of the alphabet does not occur in the names of the 50 US states?
101417. When was the tractor invented, and by whom?
101418. What is home to the oldest protected rainforest in the Western Hemisphere?
101419. Does the term "Ca'" (from Casa) for a "palazzo" occur elsewhere than in Venice?
101420. What miserly "vecchio" character from the Italian commedia dell' arte typically displays "a long hooked nose"?
101421. Which posh Parisian restaurant near the Comédie Française started its career as a popular coffeehouse frequented at a given moment by such American luminaries as Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson, and also at a later time by such French top revolutionaries as Robespierre, Danton and Marat?
101422. How many landlocked countries are there?
101424. What capital is called "Abode of the Kings"?
101425. What piece of land in Africa changed hands from the British to the Germans in 1890?
101426. What island republic was formerly called Pleasant Island?
101427. Nepal abolished monarchy this year and became a republic. Has a new president been elected?
101428. What "little red house" on the Canal Grande in Venice is famous for having been the residence of a VIP Italian sculptor in nineteenth century, and a very flamboyant Italian poet in the First World War?
101429. Is Wyoming considered a north-western state?
101430. When was the first Thanksgiving turkey pardoned by a US president?
101431. This Christmas, Sears is running a commercial here in the U.S. with a song that includes the line, "What kind of world do you want?" Who sings the song and what is the name of the song?
101433. What is probably the world's oldest insect fossil?
101434. What is an MDR strain? Why are MDR strains on the rise?
101435. How much honey does a honey bee produce in her entire life?
101436. What was the capital of Egypt when the pyramids of Giza were built?
101437. What name does U2's lead guitarist use?
101438. Who said, "You should never marry anybody until you have seen each other miserably sick with the flu?"
101439. What is or was 'Paddy's wall-fruit'? The reference comes from the 1840's.
101440. What is Jelly Car?
101441. What building is so ugly that the government of where it is located often airbrushes it out of photos of the city's skyline?
101442. What song did Celine Dion sing at the Grammy Nominations Concert?
101443. Are there any sites where I can get synonyms for any words?
101444. What did the Spanish Inquisition mean by the term "reconversos," and why did it persecute those "reconversos?"
101445. Is there a difference between "moriscos" and "reconversos"?
101446. Are there any bilingual areas in the United States with bilingual administration, bilingual streetnames, etc.?
101447. What are the three most important local languages spoken in France apart from French itself?
101448. Which Britain won olympic gold medals in 1984, 88, 92, 96 & 2000?
101449. Which country is the largest in the world?
101450. Which is the smallest country in the world?
101451. Who was the 32nd US president?
101452. What is a purebred dog?
101454. How many people live in the Spratly Islands?
101455. Which English queen has the same name as a type of plum?
101456. In "Last of the Summer Wine," what was Nora's husband's name?
101457. Which American made himself Prince and military dictator of a Brazilian island in 1893?
101458. Which Rovers does veteran cartoon character Roy play for?
101459. What is the difference between a microstate and a micronation?
101460. What is Argot?
101461. Which person in history has the longest title attached to their name?
101462. What does "AA" stand for on a battery?
101463. Why does sushi make you get flatulence?
101464. How is soy sauce good for you?
101465. What is Diego Maradona's middle name?
101466. Why do we eat turkey on Thanksgiving instead of chicken or other meat?
101467. How did they come up with the name of logarithm?
101468. What was the name of the millionaire show on TV many years ago?
101469. What percent of applicants that apply to UCLA get accepted?
101470. What is a Rhino's horn made up of?
101471. What is Madrid?s claim to fame over all other European cities?
101472. Gin is made from the juice of what type of berry?
101473. On which planet would a one year jail sentence be the longest?
101474. Who are the ?Riffs??
101475. Who was the first Pole in space?
101476. What is a female deer caller?
101478. Are you supposed to remove the rind on camembert or brie cheese?
101479. Was Adolf Hitler's very own brand of Aryanism, in his lifetime ever condemned by a Pope?
101480. From what name of a river do we get the word Iberian?
101481. What Spanish word may as well mean sexual intercourse as town-hall or even town-council?
101482. Why is the Parisian Rue de Fleurus definitely worth mentioning in a survey of 20th century American literature?
101483. Where is the International Court of Justice located?
101484. Is it true that there are no legal casinos in China?
101485. In the late 1800s, what steps did the Canadian Government take to discourage Chinese emigration to Canada?
101486. What does the Japanese word Judo mean?
101487. What race are the North African People?
101488. Which shop chain takes its name from a sea-going Quaker from an island off Massachusetts?
101489. What is the difference between "probable" and "possible"?
101490. I was watching 'True Grit' yesterday and Rooster mentioned "corn dodgers." What are these salty snacks?
101491. How many teams are in the NBA?
101492. His birthplace sounds like a mafia headquarters in the heartland, his middle name sounds like a rabbi, his shrill wife was nobly nicknamed. Where did this dark horse die?
101495. This odd fellow who was both a physician and a pagan practitioner named his son Jesus Christ. Most famously, he established a legal alternative to burial in the United Kingdom. So, what's he doing in a bullring?
101496. Is there a case-sensitive Internet search engine?
101497. How many girls' names are there in Beatles' song titles or lyrics?
101498. Florence Mabel Kling DeWolfe Harding was called "Flossie" by her family and "Duchess" by her second husband. How did she sign her name as First Lady?
101499. Was there an episode of 'Happy Days' in which Richie Cunningham watched an early episode of 'The Andy Griffith Show'?