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Questions From Feb 14 09
103001. What is the longest length of time a dog has ever lived?
103002. Who are the top ranking male and female Australian Endruance ATV (quad) riders for 2008?
103003. Besides humans, do we refer to any other animal infant as a "baby"?
103004. Who was the oldest human ever to live?
103005. What is a baby reindeer called?
103006. What is the world's most poisonous spider?
103007. What zodiac sign is the scorpion?
103008. What was Jimi Hendrix's very first guitar?
103009. What is a benevolent association?
103010. What is the fastest speed of strumming a guitar ever recorded?
103011. Why did the Tollund Man's hair appear red?
103012. How was an ingredient used in Pickwick's fake Jenkem mixture celebrated on Thursday, February 5th 2009?
103013. With what weapon did Patricia Pulling?s son commit suicide, though she blamed D&D?
103014. How is the atomic number twenty five related to a NASA prediction for the unlucky inhabitants of Earth on Friday April 13, 2029?
103015. What is the oldest board game known to man?
103016. Are grapes healthy treats to feed dogs?
103017. Who is the Valentine's Day ox and why?
103018. Where did the term stock car originate? I thought Americans used the word auto, but I was surprised to find that there is British Stockcar Racing, but American Stock Car Auto racing.
103019. What is Felvidék?
103020. What is "the Land of the Fire Keepers?"
103021. Are there any indigo plantations today?
103022. What was the Capsian culture?
103023. Besides the St. Louis Cardinals, who so honored Bruce Sutter in 2006, have any other Major League Baseball teams retired #42, Jackie Robinson's number, more than once?
103024. Can you name the young European basketball talent whose surname has 5 letters in total, 4 of which are identical?
103025. According to Burton in his 'Anatomy of Melancholy' who invented algebra?
103026. What misunderstanding created the word atomy?
103027. English contralto whose singing career resulted from her winning a music competion, which she entered on a bet?
103028. What is the difference between a muffin and a cupcake?
103029. Is it true that Angola is the largest supplier of oil to China?
103030. What African country was previously known as Upper Volta?
103031. Which is the hardest precious stone after diamond?
103032. On which country flag would one find all four seasons and wind directions?
103033. In the average tennis match, how many tennis balls do they get through?
103034. On the Lawrence Welk Show, what ever happened to the Semonski Sisters?
103035. Was dip first a noun or a verb?
103036. What is a "mini black hole", how can they be formed, and how is their behavior different from stellar black holes of the type that are believed to exist at the centers of most galaxies?
103037. What is the reason most often cited by believers in UFO's, and believers in the presence of extra-terrestrial visitors on planet earth going back hundreds of years, when confronted with the question "Why would these beings spend so much time in our midst, and go through what surely has to be a tremendous expense in their own economic terms, and never bother to make formal contact with us or make their presence known to the human population at large"?
103038. Do organizations like the Westminister Kennel Club have a formal, or at least informal but still stated, set of criteria that judges are expected to apply when deciding what dog to choose as the winner in a class like "the herding dogs" or "the toy dogs" or is it an purely subjective decision left entirely up to each individual judge who might very well use prejudice or bribery as his or her main reason for selecting a particular dog over others?
103039. What is the most common injury suffered by the athletes of all sports combined?
103040. What two words together mean the inability to follow laws?
103041. What year during the summer did cartoon Network have the five online games where you win badges for cartoon orbit after beating?
103042. Was Cynthia Nixon really pregnant when her character on "Sex and the City" was?
103043. Who coined the often used term "Green" meaning one who trys to recycle and respect the environment?
103044. What does "no-bid oil service contracts" mean?
103045. What are Alpacas commonly mistaken as?
103046. What is the most popular shoe store in America?
103047. What breed is Jeff Koons' "Puppy"?
103048. What size engine was in Steinbeck?s Rocinante?
103049. How is the son of Scatter the Feather and Black Rock related to one of the four beasts found on the National Emblem of India?
103050. How is the person who called his sister "a standard-bearer for the rights of the truly downtrodden" related to Eleanor Ruth Fellowes?
103051. In basketball, what is the difference between a regular rim and a double rim?
103052. Does Memphis, Tennessee actually have a Propane Hall of Fame, or did the writers of 'King of the Hill' make it up for their recent storyline?
103053. What is the US state that is the most flat?
103054. Who was the first lady to be elected to the British Parliment?
103055. How many double-word-score spaces are there on a Scrabble board?
103056. Can you offer a brief summary of how the psychological perspective of Jung differed from his former mentor Freud?
103057. Around whose body was the first chalk outline drawn?
103059. If Presidents Day was on a day that was the birthday of the largest group of US Presidents, which day would it be on?
103060. There were many railways built in the UK that were later closed as uneconomical (rightly or wrongly). One line in particular is famed (sort of) for having only been used once before closure. Which company built it, and where did it run?
103061. In which countries is it allowed for police women to wear a hijab?
103062. What is so special about the island of Frisland?
103063. What is a flapper feminist?
103064. What kind of language is Seeltersk?
103065. What is the 80th wedding anniversary called?
103067. Who among the great thinkers, was not known to wax philosophic around the streets of Athens?
103068. I just read that Connecticut and Rhode Island never ratified the 18th Amendment, Prohibition. So if it was illegal to drink in the U.S. at that time, does it mean that in those two states they were allowed to consume alcoholic beverages?
103069. What is a population?
103070. In Norway, we have seen a marked decline in the death rate, since 1815. What were the reasons for this decline?
103071. Historically, where did the decline in birth rates start in Europe?
103072. From George Washington forward, how many men including Obama, have served as President of the United States?
103073. In fifth century B.C., long before bikinis or leather pants, what fashionable attire was considered very sexy in ancient Greece?
103074. What is the typo by a famous person on a landmark courthouse that has been mistaken for generations and why is it unlikely to be changed?
103076. How is the Keats work that includes the line, ?O Melancholy, turn thine eyes away! O Music, Music, breathe despondingly!? related in name to a constituent of the Big Green Island Group?
103077. How is a member of The Badger Island group related in name to an image on the back of the British ten pound note?
103078. How many people have Brendan Sokaluk?s alleged crimes killed?
103079. If an Israeli citizen was born on the very last day of the twentieth century, what is the earliest date that she/he could be elected Prime Minister?
103080. What can you buy at Los Angeles' Fifi & Romeo?
103081. One of Adelaide United FC's major sponsors is SAKAI. What is their core business and what city is their head office located in?
103082. Who was the German leader during the Battle of Stalingrad and what ultimately became of him?
103083. Oh, no! Now traffic's getting heavy down THERE! At least this one didn't cause anything to fall to bits or go nuclear. Now what collided?
103084. What wide receiver holds the NFL record for most dropped passes in a season?
103085. What wide receiver holds the NFL record for most dropped passes in a career?
103086. Where did Lincoln receive his military training that enabled him to lead the Union forces to a victory over the South?
103087. What did Charles Lindbergh carry with him to keep him awake during his solo flight across the Atlantic?
103088. How do you say "small red rose" in Hawaiian?
103089. What is the origin of the exact quote "Sometimes, life is incorrect"?
103091. Which pronunciation of humour is older: the one with or without the h-sound?
103092. In what century did humour obtain the meaning ?amusement, jocularity? become common?
103093. Mardi gras is well known. Which other day can be fat, and where?
103094. What is a dwarf planet and how many have been identified in our Solar System?
103095. Who sings about "sweets for my sweet, sugar for my honey?"
103096. Is inn related to the modern preposition-adverb in?
103097. In what centuries was the spelling axe used for ask?
103098. The city of Detroit joyfully celebrates the return of what long lost friend?
103099. What is the deepest known part of the earth's surface below the ocean?
103100. How is Michael Corinthos, Sr. related in name to the site of Harland David Sanders? first restaurant?
103101. How is the debut album for Rae, Plosky and Gaviati related in name to a sister city that's the birthplace of Danyon Loader?
103102. How is the son of John Christopher Lydon and Eileen Barry related to Young's "Hey Hey, My My"?
103103. What links Hynde's "Gonna use my side-step, gonna use my fingers" with "I'm free but I'm focused, I'm green but I'm wise" by Morissette?
103104. Are there any places on the earth more prone to earthquakes than California's San Adreas Fault?
103105. Who is André Previn's son-in-law?
103106. How do I rephrase this passive-voice sentence, "The bill was named after White House press secretary James Brady, who was wounded during an assassination attempt on President Reagan," to make it an active-voice structure?
103107. What English word for a "certain way of walking" is directly related to a Scandinavian word for "the street where you walk"?
103108. From what Italian word for a "little borough" did we get a word for that quarter of a town where mostly people of the same race, religion or social background live?
103109. What English word for a newspaper or official journal derives from the name of a Venetian coin?
103110. Which are more popular, dogs or cats?
103111. Which runner is/was the world's fastest? [Delete]
103112. What is the largest country in the world?
103113. What is the most popular musical instrument?
103114. How many ticker-tape parades have been held in "The Canyon of Heroes"?
103115. What is the Prime Meridian and where is it?
103116. What was the Cretaceous?Tertiary extinction event?
103117. What extinct animal, announced in 1861, became a key piece of evidence in the debate over evolution?
103118. From what musical is 'Jezebel' from?
103119. What is the past tense of the verb "forego," as it would be used to make this sentence past tense: "I will forego dessert tonight"?
103120. Where in sci-fi would you find a character named "The Mule"?
103121. What was the global organisation that was founded in 1961?
103122. In 1979 Alastair MacDonald became the second of what?
103123. Member of the brassicaceae family renown for its truthfulness?
103124. In the musical 'Annie' what song does Annie sing to Molly at the beginning of the show?
103125. Which award is widely known as the "Alternative Nobel Prize"?
103126. What are the 5 permanent members of the United Nations?
103128. In which country were Christmas trees banned, from the early 1920s until 1935 and why?
103129. The adjective cheap results from the shortening of what phrase?
103130. How much chocolate was produced by Switzerland in 2006, 2007, or 2008?
103131. What is the name of the Berlin fast serve coffee chain similar to Starbucks?
103132. What was the bad word in German that Arnold used often in "Twins"?
103133. In the ranking of Reasons of Death, where is death by old age?
103134. Who was the real-life model for the Barbie doll and what was her profession?
103135. Are cognates of the word cheap (related forms), common in other Germanic languages?
103136. Deke Slayton, was grounded from what program for medical reasons, finally went to space in 1975.
103137. Can you name authors who wrote rags to riches stories besides Horacio Alger?
103138. Who is responsible for popularizing the word glamour in standard literary English?
103139. What is brainwashing and does the US government use it now in confronting Al-Qaeda?
103140. In what century was the modern spelling of crocodile introduced, and what was the motive for its introduction?
103141. What prepositions other than 'of' have been used in the expression "Ask (something) of a person"?
103142. Is it true that Cornwall, England was hit by a tsunami in 1755? If so, how many died?
103144. The medial consonant of father use to be a P instead of a F in earlier times. In what other words has a similar change taken place?
103145. In the Broadway musical "Annie", when was Annie born?
103146. Are there other English words where the letter "o" is pronounced as in the word "one"?
103147. Are there other English words where the letter "w" is pronounced as in the word "two"?
103148. The word gossip was originally a compound of what two words?
103149. What charity was formed in London in 1976 to help young people?
103150. Are cognates of the word child common in other Germanic languages?
103151. How is the 'j' pronounced in Slovenian place names like Kranjska Gora?
103152. What do people like me have a good chance to see that is large and green and moving fast?
103153. Who named the handgun bill after James Brady, the former press secretary, during former President Ronald Reagan's assassination attempt?
103154. Has Dealy Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas,
changed that much since Lee Harvey Oswald
assassinated President John Fitzgerald
Kennedy on November 22, 1963?
103155. Who was Shakespeare's father?
103156. Who did Shakespeare marry in 1582?
103157. In what year was Shakespeare's first child born, and what was his or her name?
103158. Why does really dark chocolate sometimes taste fruity, despite having no fruit ingredients?
103159. In the film Jerry Maguire, Tom Cruise runs through a virtually deserted airport (in what appears to be late at night) towards the end of the film. What is the name of the sound track being played in the background?
103160. Why does a cow have four stomachs?
103161. How big is the largest banana recorded?
103162. Who discovered cheese?
103163. Which monkey has the longest tail?
103164. What is the name of the System of a Down song containing the lyrics, "Everybody's going to a party, have a real good time, dancing in the desert, burning up the sunshine"?
103165. What is more healthy to drink - ice cold water or room temperature water?
103166. Which of the contiguous 48 states was the last to be explored?
103167. What is Shinty?
103168. Where is (or was) Willoughbyland?
103170. Bruce Springsteen doing covers - not quite - but his 16th studio album 'Working on a Dream' has three tracks on it that have titles the same as three tracks connected to The Beatles and its members. Can you identify the three tracks and where one would find the same title amongst The Beatles connection?
103171. Which character in "Animal Farm" represents Lenin?
103172. Morissette thanks a lot of things and places in her tune ?Thank U?. Of these which is the likely favourite of Dexter Raymond Mills, Jr.?
103173. How is the song performed at the World Series of 1968 by José Feliciano related to the lyrics of track number one of Red Rider's "As Far as Siam"?
103174. What traditional Canadian sweet fare did President Obama pick up for his girls at Byward Market before leaving Canadian soil on his first official trip abroad?
103175. How many years more has John Lennon been dead than the amount of time he was legally married to Yoko Ono?
103176. How many musicians were featured on the companion single-artist compilation albums in the series Ken Burns Jazz?
103177. What was the largest three-generation family that was ever on Cartoon Network, other than the Smurfs?
103178. Where is the Coral Triangle?
103179. Law enforcement officers in Alaska would like to identify the sources of an illegal drug by studying gas samples of them. Which drug? And what instrument is used to examine the samples?
103180. During World War I, a confused warship fired its cannons at the planet Venus. What nation did this ship belong to, what date did this occur, and who was the captain of the ship?
103181. What was the name of Ronald Reagan's character in the movie 'The Killers'?
103182. What is the third most popular sport in the world?
103183. What was invented first, the fitted carpet or the vacuum cleaner, and if it was the fitted carpet, how were they cleaned?
103184. Who is the most successful person on the TV show "Eggheads" and what are the details of their wins and losses?
103185. Miss Miller, born 1890, wrote romances under one name and crimes under another name. What were both of these pen names?
103186. What was the birth place of the Wimbledon finalist in both 1962 and 1976?
103187. Who was the Bradford born novelist and founding member of the CND who died in 1984?
103188. What is the westernmost city of Europe?
103189. What is the westernmost city of Africa?
103190. What is the smallest escalator in the world?
103191. In the Broadway musical "Annie" what is Miss Hannigan's brother's nickname; James, David, Rooster or Michael?
103192. What was the first TV show that dealt with lawyers?
103193. Has a major league catcher ever made an unassisted triple play?
103194. Have there been any major league baseball players who were deaf?
103195. Have there been any deaf NBA players?
103196. What was the largest non Adult Swim, three generation family on Cartoon Network? (besides the Smurfs)
103197. How old was Nancy Drew in her older "yellow" books and what state did she live in?
103198. In the original Broadway play "West Side Story," what was the second line?
103200. Which player kicked the most goals in the 2008 AFL Grand Final?
103201. From where do we get tartar sauce?
103202. What is the longest escalator in the world?
103207. For him art is a lie that reveals the truth and that might have been the basis of his remark that a famous subject, who could not find there there, would eventually resemble his famous portrait of her. What specifically couldn?t she find there there?
103208. Body parts, Elvii, Stormtroopers, and dining tables are the tamer participants in this annual footrace started not long after a natural disaster and which extends from a bay to an ocean. Three things will be banned this year, much to the dismay of many. What will be banned?
103209. Neither leister nor gig but rather a far more powerful weapon, its secret tail end was exposed on a virtual earth by a curious house hunter seeking property in Puget Sound. What specifically was exposed?
103210. As Stradivari was to the violin, this Frenchman was to the bow and his surname is what an extinct fowl is called. This missing fowl might keep some Quebeçois purist gourmands from eating a traditional holiday dish. What dish?
103215. Two litres equates to how many m^3?
103216. Is there a cure for pseudoinsomnia?
103217. What mementos did Conan O'Brien give his fans to commemorate his last taped show?
103218. How is the person that accepted the Best Director Oscar on behalf of Polanski for his film 'The Pianist' related in name to the site of the Deertrees Theatre & Cultural Center?
103219. What is the self-professed name of the Bell's Witch of the Historic Bell Witch Cave fame?
103220. Who hit more grand slams in his career than any other Major League Baseball player?
103221. When statues of kings or military leaders are shown on horses, what does the stance of the horse usually show about the king or military leader?
103222. What is the longest time added to the first half of an official football (soccer) game?
103223. What is the operating system of most web crawler servers used by Google?
103224. What is Rice Pilaf called in Russia?
103225. What kind of a Russian dish is Pelmeni?
103226. What kind of beverage is Kvas?
103227. Can you eat a beechnut, and if so, how is it prepared?
103228. Why does gold always seem to be such a safe investment?
103230. How many Ford Model-T cars are still in existence today?
103231. Is Notting Hill part of Chelsea?
103232. Who was the Adelaide Crow's highest draft pick in 2007?
103233. Based on 2006 data what was the second and third most attended sports in the world? (eg, spectators at the game.)
103234. What is the nickname of Gotham City?
103235. The weight of this fruit equals the pressure recommended for cleaning the most durable part of your mortal self. Which fruit?
103236. Her indefatigable nanny turned step-mom sang about hills that were alive with songs, while she herself later became a strong advocate for research into the rare soft tissue cancer that killed her husband in 2002. Who was her husband?
103237. It is a numismatic government issue or the cry of a French duck. What is this word?
103238. If the one on the hill called rincon glows green, what does it mean?
103239. What is the highest score in an AFL match (Australian Rules)?
103240. Most points in an AFL match by an individual?
103241. In the Progressive Insurance ads on U.S. TV, who plays the salesgirl, Flo?
103242. What is the symbolism of Rosmarinus officinalis in the first song off of Simon & Garfunkel's 1966 spicy album?
103243. What links Henley's "Dirty Laundry" with NaOCl and "Rockstar" by Nickelback?
103244. Of the hurricanes in the Atlantic hurricane season of 1995, she was the ninth. How is she related in name to the man who "barely" got to meet David Niven at the 1974 Oscars?
103245. R.I.P. Passed away at the age of eighteen at Hollywood, Maryland home after a long battle with cancer. Served two terms at the White House. Who is remembered here?
103246. Does Metropolis, Illinois have a nickname?
103248. I read that it is illegal to give someone a bad reference for their next job. Is this true?
103249. Which group or individual performer appeared the most often on 'The Ed Sullivan Show'?
103250. As of 2008, who holds the US record for the biggest divorce settlement?
103251. Which actor has been in the most US films?
103252. Starring Lee Marvin, what years did the show "M Squad" air?
103253. An unarmed person hiking alone in a wooded area sees a large bear about two hundred yards away staring right at them. What is the safest thing for the person to do?
103254. What is the size of a standard credit card?
103255. Is there a real piss worm or is this just slang?
103256. Do female dogs experience menopause?
103257. Shakespeare counted seven ages, but this sculptor found more than twice that number. However, his sculptures on the facade of a medical building in London raised more of a ruckus than Patch Adams' (as portrayed by Robin Williams) for the gynecologists' conference. Why?
103258. What are the top five sports by attendance for the year 2007-2008?
103259. Who was the oldest actor to win a Best Supporting Actor Oscar?
103260. Has Donald Sutherland actually worked
on any film with his son Keifer?
103261. In the movie "Run Lola Run," what is the name of the main character's father?
103262. What was the first thing that Sean Penn said to the audience as he climbed the stage to accept his Best Actor Oscar?
103263. When did the Undertaker first debut in the WWE?
103264. What did the ARP Warden call Captain Mainwaring in "Dad's Army"?
103265. In the UK, which illegal act is committed most frequently by drivers?
103266. When, where and against which country did Sourav Ganguly make his test debut?
103267. What place is known as the pink city?
103268. Are there any other living planets?
103269. What is the financial capital of India?
103271. In the United States, what river flows both North and South?
103272. Which of the present Dukes in England are direct descendants of Charles II via his bastard children?
103273. Which English poet was married to a sister of a mistress of John of Gaunt?
103274. Which mistress of King Charles II of England was appointed "Lady of the Bedchamber" to the King's legitimate wife?
103275. Which of Charles II's mistresses is suspected by historians of having been bisexual and of having had an affair with one of the King's illegitimate daughters?
103276. What parts of Spain have regional autonomy, and what kind of autonomy?
103277. Who were the Milesians?
103278. Who were the Aquitani?
103279. Which three languages have enjoyed special status in Spain since 1979?
103280. What was the first mass-produced soft drink in the United States?
103281. Where was Mardi Gras first celebrated in the United States?
103282. When coins were made from silver and gold, milled edges were put on so they could not be clipped or reduced in size and the bits used to forge new coins. Why do modern coins, in which the metal is worthless, still have milled edges?
103283. In the movie 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' in what country does Charlie and his family live? Where is the factory?
103284. Does the US have a financial capital? If so, which city?
103285. How many states does US 80 run through; the northern route from New York to California?
103287. Are 1860 Munich currently in Germany's Bundesliga top flight football league? Also, what teams from Munich are in the Bundesliga this season?
103288. Which world capitals does the Danube flow through?
103289. In what years did Paul Agostino play for 1860 Munich? How many games did he play for them?
103290. What is DID?
103291. Which Australian State or Territory capital has the highest elevation above sea level?
103292. Is there any evidence that the absolutely demanding role of the Joker was a major cause in Heath Ledger's untimely death?
103293. How long can donor DNA persist in the recipient of transfused blood?
103294. She poetically counted the ways she loved one man and flush with love for yet another creature, paid multiple ransoms for the latter?s safety. How many times was a ransom paid?
103295. Born 324 years ago today, 23 February, he forsook both law studies and his surgeon father's footsteps and instead learned to handle organs of a different kind. Who is he?
103296. Were nine inch nails used to torture inmates at Guantanamo Bay?
103297. What is the origin of the expression OK?
103298. What is the difference between a monkey and an ape?
103299. How many original "Friday The 13th" movie sequels were there?
103300. Although it stands almost on the equator, this second highest African peak is capped by multiple glaciers, but they are shrinking. What is the name of this peak?
103301. Do green onions make us cry? Why or why not?
103302. What mixture likely accounted for the hair ?gel? found on Clonycavan man?
103303. How is a grandson of the author of 'You Caught Me Kissing: A Love Story' related in name to Australia's first Archbishop?
103304. How is a pugilist with the sobriquet ?The Enforcer? related in name to the craftsman behind the bronze likeness of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon in London?
103305. How many movies in the Pink Panther original series dealt with the Pink Panther jewel?
103306. What was the name of the bar in the "Dallas" TV show?
103307. Aside from mythology, what is a sprite?
103308. Concerning the television show Hawaii Five-0, what does Five-0 stand for?
103309. Do sharks have scales?
103310. Which place is most common for shark attacks?
103311. Who won The Ashes in 2005?
103312. How many runs did Adam Gilchrist get in the World Cup Final of 2007?
103313. Where is the tallest building located?
103314. How do I contact Ethel Skakel Kennedy,
Robert Francis Kennedy's wife in Hyannis
103315. What was the name of the Canadian game show hosted by the guys who played Terry and Dennis on "Trailer Park Boys"?
103317. What is the definition of a predatory fish?
103318. Who was the young girl who appeared in the Coppertone ads?
103319. What was the Sonderbund war?
103320. Who were the Dashnaks?
103321. What is the cue hairstyle?
103322. On February 16, 1826, three famous people were born. In order of birth, who was born first, second, and third?
103323. What does the word Donko mean?
103324. How many US presidents have been lawyers?
103326. In Australia, are there more people or kangaroos?
103328. What song contains the lyrics "Always thinking small, helping me to fall?"
103330. What is the difference of all right and alright in usage?
103331. What is the reason behind why James Blunt wrote "You're Beautiful"?
103332. How can you get a picture of your penguin in Club Penguin?
103333. How do we construct a hydraulic turbine?
103334. What is the record girth achieved by a tornado?
103335. Not including other players from the British Isles, how many foreign players have played for 3 or more teams in the English Premier League?
103336. Mammals have red blood, insects have yellow blood and the blood of lobsters is?
103337. What is the origin of the name and logo of the old Bear Transmission company?
103338. What are the ten largest Canadian cities by population?
103339. Who had the first million dollar selling recording?
103341. Are actress Jenna Elfman and music composer Danny Elfman married or related in any way?
103342. What is the motto of Google?
103343. How do you turn a double bass pedal into 2 single pedals?
103344. Do American professional leagues have major sponsors? All other leagues, I can think of, have shirt or jersey sponsors.
103345. How is the hometown of Edwin Lee Conarty related in name to a man who co-incorporated the Standard Oil Company?
103346. The man who coined the term "rhythm and blues" is related in name to an Oscar award winner for the 1976 film 'Bound for Glory.' Who is a famous step-niece of the latter?
103347. How much was the first "signature burger", launched in 1957, made by the restaurant founded by McLamore and Edgerton?
103348. Who built the sculptures of plaster seen on the cover of "Nothing's Shocking" by Jane's Addiction?
103349. What where the names of the oldest Siamese twins?
103350. Are any Walmart stores part of a union?
103351. When a female says that she has to "powder her nose", we know what she means. What is the male equivalent of that phrase?
103352. Why is lb the abbreviation for pound? They're not even a close letter match.
103353. How many words in the English language end in the letters gry?
103354. Are papaya seeds edible?
103355. Why is it called the bumblebee bat?
103356. What date did the Beatles first play Red Rocks Amphitheatre outside of Denver?
103357. What is odd about the cemetery in Hattiesburg, Mississippi?
103359. Who is the fastest 400 metre runner for men?
103360. What US Presidents' last name ended with "son"?
103361. What is the most and the least abundant element of the universe or solar system?
103362. Who is Ursula in "The Sound of Music"?
103364. Who was the first US president born outside the original 13 colonies?
103365. What is the "Schleiffen Plan?"
103366. In the Witchblade anime, what is the main character Masane's daughter's name? What is her nickname?
103367. In heraldry, how is the cross of St. Andrew known?
103368. Which person or persons of Arab origin, serve or have served as President of a Latin American country?
103369. What is the second largest waterfall in Africa?
103370. Who last saw a living Zanzibar Leopard?
103371. A separatist movement has sought the establishment of a Malay and Islamic state in what region of Thailand?
103372. What is the record for the fastest typing in words per minute, and who holds the record?
103373. What is an attempt to avoid a mistake in grammar or usage which results in making another mistake in the process?
103374. What is the Eye of God?
103375. From where do we get the label of "greasy spoon" for an inexpensive diner?
103376. How can something be new AND improved?
103377. Is it true that no two snowflakes are alike? The math is just boggling if it is true. Think of how many kabillions are out there and how many snowfalls have descended in the past billion years or so.
103382. What can be a Canadian wind and also the name of a helicopter?
103384. What same word can be a guided missile and also a rattlesnake?
103385. What is the largest freshwater fish ever caught by rod and reel?
103386. After whom is the Laxey Wheel named?
103387. How is Miracle Whip different from mayonnaise?
103388. What was the final score of the football game in M*A*S*H, the Robert Altman movie?
103389. If the Eric Clapton (Derek and the Dominos) song "Layla" is supposed to be about Pattie Boyd, where did the name Layla come from?
103390. In the nursery rhyme "Jack and Jill," why were the names Jack and Jill used?
103391. Does anyone know where I can get the sheet music for the song: "My rifle, my pony, and me"?
103392. Which recent BBC show had the son of a famous pornographer as one of its stars?
103393. By average decibel levels, what are the world's top three noisiest cities?
103394. What is the greatest number of witnesses ever called to testify in one case and what was the case about?
103395. What was the first UK number one hit single to mention the Internet in its lyrics?
103396. "He didn't touch the world, but the world was touched by him," is on whose gravestone?
103397. What is the second oldest active fire station in the United States?
103398. What was the date and store's location of the first McDonalds (Maccas) to open in Moscow?
103399. What difference is there, if any, between a vol-au-vent and a bouchée à la reine?
103400. I had the good fortune to find a fossilized oyster today. The top and bottom shells were intact and the center was hollow. No pearl was inside but it made me curious. Has a pearl ever been found with a fossilized oyster shell?
103401. Is it true that there is a difference in sea levels between the Pacific and Caribbean entrances to the Panama Canal?
103404. What was the first game?
103406. From where comes the saying "three sheets to the wind"?
103407. What contestants on 'The Match Game' with Gene Rayburn went on to become stars or celebrities themselves later in life?
103408. In which US states is the capital city the largest city (by population) in that state?
103409. How many Beach Boys' songs refer to surfing in their lyrics?
103410. What is the best way to mix the oil that sits on top of a freshly opened jar of natural peanut butter?
103411. When did mankind first figure out how to distill liquor?
103412. How is the actor that took the helm of The Santana in ?Key Largo? related to the daughter of The Honourable Frances Ruth Shand Kydd?
103413. What was the very first Hollywood film to use the scandalous word "damn"?
103414. What specific character in a movie, within a movie, utters the dialogue, "Keep the change, ya filthy animal!"?
103415. Who is the narrator (character) in the film 'Fight Club'?
103416. How did monkeys get associated with bananas?
103417. When is Rare Disease Day observed?
103418. What is the Dixon Drum Hardware company phone number?
103420. When and where was the German imperial flag raised for the first time on the African continent?
103421. Did New Zealand ever have a referendum to become a republic?
103422. Which countries invaded Iraq in 2003?
103423. In what country is the parliament called the Red House?
103424. How did computer cookies get their name?
103425. Which came first, the fruit orange or the color orange?
103426. Which US state has the highest low point, and how many states' high points are lower than that?
103427. What connects a Pharaoh, a Swiss psychoanalyst, a busy and highly populated island, a joke-teller, someone who stays up late and a material ghost?
103428. Why do boxers try to stay celibate during training?
103429. Several years ago the "tenth" planet was discovered and there was a lot of ballyhoo about what the name of the planet should be. Was there ever a decision on the name, and if so, who choose the name?
103431. How come so many champagne houses in France have names that sound distinctly German, like Bollinger, Taittinger, Krug and Mumm?
103432. Who are the nine Lords of the Night?
103433. In what city did Elvis Presley give his last live performance?
103434. How many brothers have played for the Montreal Canadiens at the same time?
103435. 'Flowers in the Rain' was the first song to be played on Radio One, but was the whole song played?
103436. Which Rolling Stone said in 1967, "It's alright leaping about the stage when you're 20, but when you get to 25 or 26, it's a bit embarrassing"?
103437. What was the first Motown recording to reach number one in the UK?
103438. Who was it that called Mary Wollstonecraft "a hyena in petticoats"?
103439. Who was it that first called Hannah More "a bishop in petticoats"?
103440. In the book "The Titan's Curse" by Rick Riordan, how many times does Percy meet the Ophiotaurus and in which locations are they?
103441. Which country traditionally gives a Christmas tree to Britain every year; something it has done for years, and why?
103442. What is the name of the parallel which separates the United States from Canada?
103443. What is the difference between a baked potato and a boiled potato?
103444. In simple words, what is the difference between a surge protector and UPS?
103445. What was Clarence Swensen's pay for his role in 'The Wizard of Oz'?
103446. The website creators prefer the Mandarin Chinese origin ?a hollowed-out gourd used to hold precious things?. What does the name of this innovative website actually mean to a person from Jakarta?
103447. How is Caleb Bradham?s famed concoction related in name to the character Wanda in the flick ?Madea Goes to Jail??
103448. Who was the Israeli President in the year that Hormel produced its one billionth can of SPAM?
103449. How many light-years away is the third closest star to the sun?
103450. On the first part of Wevie Stonder's 'Wooden Horse of Troy' track, are there real words, and if so in what language? (It goes into English further on.)
103452. Which countries in the world have implmented a full polymer banknotes system?
103453. Paul McCartney said that without what album there never would have been a Sgt. Pepper's?
103454. Who coined the term "dust bunny"?
103455. Where is the longest trolleybus line in the world?
103456. Which two managers have won the three main European football club competitions?
103457. What 'German' colony existed in West Africa from 1683 to 1717?
103458. How is Maria Sergeyeva a hot shot?
103459. What is the highest recorded score for the PC game '3D Space Cadet Pinball'?
103461. Is there any possibility that Del Toro will be able to attain the rights to Unfinished Tales or The Silmarillion, so that he can include scenes from these books in the second "Hobbit" movie?
103462. What actor has appeared in the most Stephen King movies?
103464. From where did the RC practice of not eating meat on Fridays come, especially during Lent?
103465. Was there ever a serious attempt to dose President Richard Nixon with LSD?
103466. How did Shrove Tuesday become Pancake Tuesday? Why pancakes?
103467. Who was the first woman ever to run for the American presidency?
103468. Are Gem cars street legal?
103469. Which American Big Band orchestra leader shared a nickname with a better known Austrian composer?
103470. How many pairs of brothers have played cricket for Australia at the same time?
103471. The now not very famous author of a very famous poem penned a follow-up threatening violence to anyone who quoted his prior work. Which songbird is connected to this colourful episode?
103472. When exactly did Germany invade Poland in the 20th century, triggering World War II?
103473. Who played Annie in the original Broadway cast of "Annie"?
103475. Which city in Morocco has a law that all buildings must be red?
103476. Where is the world's largest underground lake?
103477. What is the largest library in the world?
103479. What word describes something which has more than two legs?
103480. When did Freddy Mercury admit in public that he was gay?
103481. Which is the earliest US president that has direct descendants alive today?
103482. How did the Grammy Awards get their name?
103483. What is the only commodity whose price hasn't risen dramatically in the last 50 years?
103484. In a modern professional sport there were six brothers all involved as either players or coaches during the same year. What was their last name?
103485. Which former Harlem Globetrotters actually played in the NBA ?
103486. Which seven-footer actually played backcourt for a professional basketball team ?
103487. Why is saffron so expensive?
103488. Is there going to be a Veronica Mars movie?
103489. What did Victor Borge read when he did his "Phonetic Punctuation" routine?
103490. On Seinfeld, whose poster does George keep in his bathroom?
103491. Why do we get goosebumps?
103492. How do solar panels work?
103493. Is there such a thing as traffic jams on the internet?
103494. At what size does polk salad become poisonous?
103495. How many times does a square root day occur in a century?
103496. What was the Republican opinion of the Irish immigrants in the 1850s?
103497. What would have been the majority opinion of Irish immigrants on the secession of South Carolina in 1860?
103498. What was the only painting van Gogh ever sold, and to whom did he sell it?
103499. Who was the so-called "Duchess of Scandal," who is considered to have been the first woman poet to have published her poetry under her own name?