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Questions From Mar 20 09
104001. Who was Time magazine's Man of the Year for 1939?
104002. What is the only remaining military use 'swing wing' aircraft still in active service?
104003. How did the 'Mythbusters' duo of Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman meet?
104004. What is the name of the largest truck built for road use?
104005. Who is the tallest player to ever play as a starter for the Adelaide 36ers in the NBL both in meters and feet?
104006. What is Callum Ferguson's current ODI batting average?
104007. Who won the round at the Clipsal 500 in 2005?
104009. What culture used songs as a currency?
104010. Is benzoyl peroxide used in detergents or separately for bleaching/washing clothes or garments?
104011. Can the near death experience be proven?
104012. Which and how many celebrity deaths have involved the presence of other celebrities at their place of their death?
104013. Who are the only two people who have received an Oscar award and a Nobel Prize?
104014. What swan is connected to Cold Chisel?
104015. What connects the Royal Navy, Holden, a computer and Lionel Richie?
104016. What 1969 song was inspired by President Kennedy's daughter?
104017. Besides her marriage, what is the royal connection between Camilla Parker-Bowles' family and the royal family?
104018. What are the requirements
needed to become Prime Minister of Canada?
104019. In American college basketball what does "RPI" mean and how is it calculated?
104020. What is the rarest stamp in existence?
104021. Which is the only college to win both the NCAA basketball championship and the NIY championship in the same year? (Hint: They were also caught shaving points.)
104022. Which high school has produced the most NBA players?
104023. Which high school has produced the most Nobel Prize winners?
104024. Which male actor was in all five movies: GroundHog Day, Prelude to a Kiss, Baby's Day Out, Backdraft and Richie Rich?
104025. What is the longest US hallway that is meant for people to walk in?
104026. What is the only NCAA Championship Basketball Game that went into overtime?
104027. Are there any known domestic cat breeds that do not have the ability to hiss?
104029. Why is there no "Grandma Burger" at A&W restaurants?
104030. What band were jokingly referred to as the 'beach boys' of heavy metal for their melodic songs?
104031. Why might a Brit thrust the spoon right through the bottom of the empty shell after consuming a boiled egg?
104032. Which one came first, the one formally known as the Florida Bobcats, the one founded by Alisa Ianelli, or the very first band to perform at Live Aid in Philadelphia?
104033. How is J. Edgar Hoover's post-secondary alma mater related to the lyrics of Wilcox's "Do the Bearcat"?
104034. How is a 2003 novel by British author Anne Baker linked to the third track from 'Caress of Steel' by Rush?
104035. Who was Jimmy Page's first choice as lead singer?
104036. What Frenchmen wrote about two space odysseys to the moon and sun, 200 years before Jules Verne?
104037. What high school did Shaun Tait attend, and which nickname is he most often referred to as?
104039. What is the difference between the insects centipede and multipede? The amount of legs?
104040. When were fireworks first used in Europe?
104041. On Charlie Manson's forehead, is the swastika left facing or right facing?
104042. Have Charles Manson's three children ever met one another as adults?
104043. Has Michael Bolton studied opera?
104044. What significance does 'fuori le mura' have with regards to San Sebastiano?
104045. What is buying stock on margin?
104046. Who was the first cricketer to achieve the 'double' of 2000 test runs and 200 test wickets?
104047. Who designed and made the Frank Worrell trophy?
104048. Which famous Australian instigated the Frank Worrell trophy?
104049. Why were a large number of Australian silver coins minted in the United States during the second world war?
104050. Listening just now to Doris Day singing "Ten Cents A Dance," is there still any taxi-dancing or has it become extinct?
104051. What World War II ship was finally found after 66 years?
104052. Who was the last British King to fight in a battle?
104053. Who is better than Betty Lou, Peggy Sue and Mary Lou?
104054. What connects Plymouth, Feehan, Phantom and Julia Louis-Dreyfus?
104055. Who is Hannah Montana?
104056. How many shows are on Disney Channel?
104057. What was The Green March?
104058. What is Opus Dei?
104059. Did ETA ever have a major support in the Basque Country?
104060. Did Catalonia ever have a "terrorist" movement?
104061. Why would a television rated at 600 hertz be better than a TV rated at 60 hertz?
104063. Did you ever see a movie where two or more Citroen sedans crashed off a mountain? I saw filming on California Highway 33 south of Coalinga, 1974-78 or so, where two or more Citroen DS 21's or ID 19's tumbled end for end down a mountainside. Further down the highway were wrecks of several California Highway Patrol cars, some burned. I have never been able to find the name of the movie. Any ideas?
104064. Who was portrayed in Evening Standard cartoons of 1935 with sticking plaster over his lips, due to a comment in a speech he made about the crisis in Ethiopia?
104065. During the brief rule of King Edward VIII, where was Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II) in the line of succession?
104066. Who is the founder of Fascism?
104067. How many moons in the Solar System are larger than the dwarf planet Pluto?
104068. Who gave the dwarf planet Pluto its name?
104069. The man behind millions of classic movies, what famous company does Mark Elliot work for?
104070. What is the name of the controversial British movie about a train conductor, who after tragically killing two people with his train, sets out to convince a third person to jump in front of his train so he will be allowed to retire with his full pay intact?
104071. Keith Relf, former guitar player for the Yardbirds, was performing with which band, Illusion or Stone the Crows, when he was electrocuted? Where was the band performing at the time?
104072. If an earthquake occured and hit the Demilitarized Zone in Korea and shifted it to one side, what would happen?
104074. What happens at the exact moment you sprain a joint?
104075. How many different actresses played Catwoman on the TV series 'Batman'?
104076. Who won the best actress in a leading role at the Oscars in 1943?
104077. How many issues of Readers Digest were used for its condensed version of The Ugly American?
104078. Who is the current world record holder in the men's 50m and 100 freestyle? What is the time for each event?
104079. Who is the current world record holder in the women's 50m and 100 freestyle? What is the time for each event?
104080. Who won the men's badminton gold at Seoul, 1988?
104081. Many people forsee December 21, 2012 as being a very bad day for us. Why are they so concerned?
104082. Which Aboriginal tribe inhabits the south-west of Western Australia?
104083. Who is like the mountains in springtime?
104084. Which British Monarch had the most illegitimate children?
104085. What connects Musgrave, Manilow, Hollyoaks and Criminal Minds?
104086. Who knows what the world's longest baby was?
104087. Why does the gauge of a wire increase as the actual diameter decreases?
104088. Did Marianne Faithful have any records to hit the charts?
104090. Which player holds the record for the most offensive and defensive rebounds in an NBL game?
104091. Who killed Michael Collins?
104092. Are there any mountains under the ocean
that are higher than Mount Everest?
104093. What is the Dáil?
104094. What was the Plantation of Ulster?
104095. Where was Lochlann?
104096. Including as Richard Bachman, how many books in total has Stephen King written?
104097. How many books have been written by Raymond E. Feist?
104098. On what date did the very first Encyclopaedia Britannica become available?
104099. Which aircraft, other than the F-111, can do a 'dump and burn'?
104100. What is the loudest animal in the world?
104101. According to the standards passed by the Poultry Club of Great Britain, how many standardised colours do modern game come in and can you list these colours?
104102. What member of the caribou family is not actually a deer?
104104. Who was Paul Hogan's flatmate in the 70's and 80's?
104105. What connects Petrarch, Wilder, Gene Tierney and Ray Peterson?
104106. According to ABBA, who's not the kind of girl you'd marry?
104107. Who was an amateur Egyptologist and the alleged first victim of 'The Mummy's Curse'?
104108. Not counting their marriage, how are Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip related to each other?
104109. What's the first virus to be eradicated from nature by man?
104110. Which city has more rainfall: Dublin, Cardiff or Liverpool?
104111. Which classic rock song was covered with a major alteration as a result of the success of the "Twinkie Defense"?
104112. What is the difference between the word formation process of blend and folk etymology?
104113. What is the only religious holiday that the Jehovah's Witnesses celebrate?
104114. What do flesh, Indian red and Prussian blue have in common?
104115. In order to register or copyright as a trademark what are the legal requirements?
104116. Which city is known as the "Coal capital of India"?
104117. Why do we feel dizzy when we stand up suddenly after having sat for a while?
104118. Is it true that Kolkata (a city in India) is famous for its "Black Hole"?
104119. Was George-Etienne Cartier Knighted before or after Confederation?
104120. What is a hibakusha?
104121. From Grease, the song "Hopelessly Devoted to You" was nominated for what?
104122. What was the first country in the
world that allowed women the right to vote?
104123. The U.S. Treasury made out a warrant to its agent, J. Pierpont Morgan & Company, for an amount greater than the combined payments for the Louisiana Purchase, Alaska, and the Philippines. To whom did old JP personally deliver the funds in bullion and notes, what was the amount, and what was being purchased?
104124. An isolated tribe displays a genetic condition we might well consider a defect. It may, however, aid them in climbing trees. Who are they, and what is the condition?
104125. How long is the shelf life of butter, and what is a good way to test to see if butter has gone bad?
104126. About how many players are in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York?
104127. What is the highest single game score anyone has ever scored in duckpin bowling in a certified DPBA (Duckpin Professional Bowlers Association) event?
104128. When Ellen Cohen and Holly Gilliam grew up, did they get along well?
104129. Who wrote the song "If U Seek Amy"?
104130. A postage stamp may have played a role in setting the course of....well, yes, history, in a localized sense of nearly universal importance. With the intent of influencing their decision on setting the course, a lobbyist sent one to each of the United States' 90 senators after what was depicted on it fortuitously vented. Can you provide an image of the stamp?
104132. Why do men with male pattern baldness lose hair on top of their heads, but get an increasingly abundant supply growing out of their ears and nostrils? It doesn't seem fair somehow.
104133. Which player holds the record for the most offensive and defensive rebounds in an NBL game?
104134. How many long-range bomber/recon aircraft, still in use, have in-built fuel cells in the wings?
104135. Who was the first Australian pilot to ditch an F-111 aircraft?
104136. Apart from the F-111, how many other aircraft use a detached 'crew module', rather than the eject canopy lid and project pilot system of separation from an aircraft?
104137. Roughly, how many people can fit on a London Underground train, i.e., how many people are on a packed London Underground train at rush hour?
104138. What is the fundamental difference between May Day and a Pan Pan distress signals?
104139. Why do some liquids have a convex meniscus? Examples?
104140. Does NASA give any explanation as to why the flag was fluttering at the moon landing?
104141. What is the percentage error of 22/7 as opposed to true pi?
104142. Are there any country names that have the name of another country within them?
104143. What does the toast "Chin-chin" mean?
104144. March 25, 1982 is the birthday of Colin and Gregory Rankin who have been celebrities, literally, since conception. They were the first test-tube babies born in North America and born in what Canadian city?
104145. What relation is Queen Elizabeth II to Alfred the Great?
104146. Where in Australia is famous for its meter maids?
104147. Who was born just south of Colby, Kansas?
104148. What connects Raphael, Mustang, Sybil and Harry?
104149. Where in England is the Coronation Stone?
104150. Who was the first king of all England?
104151. Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor, was the heir of four of Europe's leading dynasties. What were they?
104152. Where is Pays Cathare?
104153. Marie Curie was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in physics and chemistry. Who was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in each of the other categories?
104156. Looking at our church's stained glass window mosaic through eyeglasses, keeping a focal point on the window and moving my head, I noticed certain colors of the window would move more than others, as if they were shifting out of position relative to the rest. Is this some scientific thing I don't know about?
104157. Does Albert Einstein have any living relatives alive today?
104158. When and for what reason was Sir Richard Branson knighted?
104159. Apart from the British do any other currently existing monarchies grant knighthoods?
104160. What is the proper name for a ship's crows nest?
104161. When and where was the first successful parachute jump from an airplane?
104163. What year was the Game & Watch released?
104164. Which canine in a military position had his own taster, car and palace and had a hospital closed on his behalf?
104165. Where on earth are babysitter fees the highest?
104166. Which song was a number one hit in the most countries worldwide?
104167. Who was a male black ventriloquist in the 1970s with a black dummy; both had mustaches?
104168. Who were Charlene and Scott?
104169. Whose confidence is Cecelia shaking?
104170. Who was King of England, Denmark and Norway, in that order?
104171. What connects Anka, Phantom, Hunt and Cornwall?
104172. Where is the highest airport in the world?
104173. Is it true that Qingdao, China was actually colonized by German immigrants and they were the ones who brought beer-making techniques to China?
104174. When is China's National Day?
104175. What does the name "Hong Kong" actually mean?
104176. What is a Carlist?
104177. What was the Albigensian Crusade?
104178. Was Spain a kingdom or a republic in the period 1939-1975?
104179. What was the northernmost city in Spain controlled by the Moors?
104180. Where did the expression 'a moot point'
104181. You have a neutral soda can and a positively charged object. You bring the positive object near, but do not touch the soda can. No sparks occur. While you are doing this and before you remove the positively charged object, what is the charge on the whole soda can?
104182. In the current 2009 McDonalds' Monopoly promotion, what are the rare properties?
104183. What true story is the movie "Haunting In Connecticut" based on?
104184. What is the name of the teacher who died in January, 2009, in a tragic car crash whose common last name is mentioned in the movie 'The Da Vinci Code'?
104185. What was the name of the MGM lion and where did this lion live?
104187. Which film ends with the killer setting the scene to become his own final victim?
104188. What is the northernmost city in the world?
104189. What is the southernmost city in the world?
104190. Who won the Australian of the Year in 2005 and why?
104191. Who was the song 'Barbara Ann' written for?
104192. Who was Sweyn I, Forkbeard's father?
104193. What connects Elton John, Lions, Harry Potter and John Travolta?
104194. What is a frog slick and which U.S. state is known for them?
104195. How many miles are in Hollywood?
104197. What extreme tourist site is about 1,340 feet below sea level?
104198. What is an item that is sold retail for less than it costs wholesale as a way to lure in customers?
104199. On a per capita basis, are there more creationists in the United States than in any other country?
104200. I heard the U.S. Mint stopped minting $500 and $1000 bills. If so, what year did this stop?
104201. I have just seen a play where a mother acted as a surrogate mother for the child of her infertile daughter-in-law and her son. Has anything like this ever happened in real life?
104202. Is it true that Budweiser will have to change the name of its beer in Europe?
104203. Who created the British as a distinct group of people?
104204. What is a Moravian star?
104205. What caused the Uruguayan Civil War?
104206. Where was a silk map of enemy territory hidden in a red hotel?
104207. If a disabled person wants to park at the California State or County Fairgrounds, do they still have to pay the parking fees, even with a placard?
104208. What is the name of the symbol that is just a short blank line?
104209. Of the five ?music pioneers? rhymed off in ?Sir Duke,? which one lived the longest?
104210. Who created ?The Camel With the Wrinkled Knees??
104211. Which one came first: the one with Donald Sutherland as "Craman", the one founded by Amuka & Aboderin, or the one with the original subtitle "The London Charivari"?
104212. What was the profession of Ludwig, son of the man who painted 1820?s ?The Wedding at Cana??
104214. In what area (surprisingly close to each other) are both the highest and lowest altitudes in the contiguous United States?
104215. Who is Nick Drake's song "The Thoughts of Mary Jane" about?
104216. Who is McGinty referred to by Mark E. Smith in the Fall song "Pat Trip Dispenser"?
104219. Who is the subject of XTC's song "Making Plans for Nigel"?
104220. Who is 'spine-fuhrer of Hoboken' in The Fall song 'Pat Trip Dispenser'?
104221. Which animals are known to have been present at the birth of Jesus?
104222. What day of the year was Jesus born?
104223. In how many countries will the clock go forward tomorrow, March 29, 2009?
104224. Who are the only three people in history to turn down their Academy Awards?
104225. Is it true that mobile phones can interfere with certain medical implantable devices?
104226. At which hotel did David and Victoria eat for their first date?
104227. What is the source of the Red River; the one that forms the North Dakota/Minnesota border?
104228. In the UK a woman recently walked on liquid water. How?
104229. What is the name of the attractive man in the ShamWow! commercials?
104230. What word can mean "a receptacle for building rubble" or a shortened term for team captain?
104231. On "Friends", who does Phoebe say got her pregnant, when in reality it was Rachel who was pregnant?
104232. What is a term beginning with "Y" for a veil that covers the lower part of the face of Islamic women?
104233. What does the name "Kowloon" mean in English?
104234. The name of which country means "Go and milk it"?
104235. What is the longest river in India?
104236. Where is the "Kumbha Mela" held and how often does it take place?
104237. What is a "non-Newtonian liquid"?
104238. What mine is the world's largest supplier of diamonds?
104239. Walking through the world all alone is whose prison?
104240. Who was the shortest reigning King or Queen of England?
104241. What connects Foster and Allen, Blue Heelers, Tabberer and Pacifier?
104242. Who are the only two people to win an Oscar, a Grammy, an Emmy, a Tony and a Pulitzer Prize?
104243. What does the word sonic mean or relate to?
104245. What is power?
104246. What is a hot dog, as in a dog that is hot?
104247. What is the lowest ranked men's NCAA basketball team to ever make the tournament final four?
104248. What is energy and matter at the same time?
104249. He authored quite a few books on mathematics, and he wasn't Greek despite possible appearances. Apart from this, he didn't even really exist. Who was he?
104250. Other than Sarah Palin, did any major US politicians recently claim that dinosaurs and people coexisted?
104251. Would it be correct to say that Friedrich Nietzsche is the father of fascism?
104252. The Mongol invasion of what empire marked the beginning of the Mongol Conquest of the Islamic States?
104253. What colonial territory was shared by Britain and France?
104254. Prior to European contact, were there cultures in very isolated parts of the globe, who thought they were the only people on Earth and had no knowledge of other humans?
104255. What happens if the president gets sued by someone?
104256. In sailing, what is the person pulling the sail in called?
104257. I recently saw a British car with a registration that appeared to read 'VIOLIN.' What might it actually have been, where might it have been registered and who might it have belonged to?
104258. Disney has chosen a new Prince for Princes Tiana. Why is this choice controversial?
104259. What is the name the Royal Marine Commandos use for the balaclava hat they have worn since the 1940's?
104262. Who understands what Vincent tried to say?
104263. What is now believed to have been the cause of George III's mental illness?
104264. How many Australians Of The Year have there been?
104265. What connects Burr, Alex, Barone and Babbitt?
104266. What percentage of body weight do muscles account for?
104268. In 2005 which famous landlady had a pub with the Postcode M30 0DX?
104269. When a man falls overboard you say, "Man overboard." What do you say when a woman falls overboard?
104270. Is Spiderman's handwriting spidery?
104271. Did Cher guest star on the television show Clueless?
104272. What was Play-Doh first sold as?
104273. After brushing one's teeth, why does orange juice taste foul?
104274. From where comes the word "mausoleum"?
104275. Which playing card is known in some games as Pam and why?
104276. Liquid oxygen is pale blue. What other colours of the spectrum can be obtained by liquefying other substances that are gases at room temperature?
104277. If the Eiffel Tower were no longer painted or visited, how long would it take to rust and collapse into an unrecognisable form?
104278. When shown in the UK, what have been set in San Francisco, Glasgow, New York and Egypt respectively and how much of each colourful material was used in each case?
104279. Who are the Magarey Medalists for the Sturt Football Club?
104280. Who is the new naming rights sponsor for Docklands stadium and what business are they in?
104281. With regard to the main oceans of the world, I've read conflicting reports from four to five oceans depending on the article. Can someone confirm if it should be four or five and name them?
104282. In what countries is it legal to stroll nude; through the middle of town?
104283. What is the meaning of the Creole word "voyew?"
104285. What year were Puffs released?
104287. What is the world record for the longest computer?
104288. Somewhere in the 90s I saw the Fall performing a few songs on TV. One of them was definitely "Chicago Now". I think it was on MTV. Can someone help me in tracking down the exact details? A video would be very nice.
104289. The facade of "Tom's Restaurant" at 2880 Broadway is displayed on many a Seinfeld episode, but where were the inside scenes shot?
104290. Which Prime Minister's wife declared Meekatharra the ?end of the earth??
104291. Who came and gave without taking?
104292. How old was Mary when she became Queen of Scots?
104293. What connects Barry, Garcia, Styx and Keaton?
104294. What key was Beethoven's No. 6 in and what is it called?
104295. The other day in Wokingham, Baloo noticed Erftstadt Close. 5 consonants in a row. Not counting combinations like ch, th, szcz (Polish = sh-ch) and so on, what's the most you can get together and it still be pronounceable? Note: y is often a vowel and is disqualified; double letters (dd, ll) are counted as 1, as are ch and th; szcz counts as 2.
104296. What is the Peanuts character Peppermint Patty's real name?
104297. Why do people get brain freeze?
104298. What significant event happened the day before Boston's Fenway Park was opened?
104299. What is the best way to store personal use coffee beans and why?
104300. What is the most deadly mammal besides man?
104301. Many people sing hymns by shaped notes. In what book will you find this music?
104302. What number was Marvin Gaye's practice Jersey when he tried out for the Detroit Lions in the 1970's?
104303. What main resources were fought over in the Second Congo War?
104304. Except for the Second Congo War, what African war cost the most lives?
104305. What was the Triangular Trade?
104306. What was the Middle Passage?
104307. John Fitzgerald Kennedy's mother's ancestors were from Ireland. Exactly what county and town were they from?
104308. We all know that drinking water is good for us, but is sparkling water any worse for you than still water?
104309. In the radio programme 'The Archers' who lost Grange Farm through bankruptcy?
104310. In 'The Archers' which character goes to the University in Southampton?
104311. What is the Super Pit?
104312. Where does Daniel say is the best place?
104313. Who was Merfyn the Freckled?
104314. What connects Tate, Alice, Laura and Bergen?
104315. What really happened to cause the scars on the Jokers' face in "The Dark Knight"?
104316. Which time zone has the highest population?
104317. Which time zone covers the greatest area?
104318. How many different letters are used in Roman numerals?
104319. In "The Archers," the freehold of Bridge Farm was bought by whom?
104320. What is the world record for most digits in the recital of pi?
104321. In the radio programme 'The Archers' who is the Archdeacon of Felpersham Diocese?
104322. What is the origin of the saying "dressed to the nines" and what does it really mean?
104323. Does fruit juice have about the same amount of sugar as soda?
104324. Is the Celtic cross of Ireland a symbol of the ancient Druids?
104326. Why didn't the State of New York execute David Berkowitz, aka the Son of Sam?
104327. How are the symptoms of a bad cold different from the flu?
104328. Which snake is also a type of footwear?
104329. Can you cross a donkey with a zebra?
104330. Each word beginning with the same letter, what is the longest sentence, paragraph, etc. ever written?
104331. What's venom is the most deadly in the animal kingdom and has caused at least 5,500 recorded deaths since 1954?
104332. Who's always window shopping and scared of rearranging herself?
104333. Which British Monarch was held for ransom by the German Emporer?
104334. What connects Ellis, Hound, Paget and Simon and Garfunkel?
104335. In all of Walt Disney?s full animated movies, how many human characters have died?
104336. What is the linguistic term for "shrinking" consonants, as in shrinking "thanks" to "thanx"?
104337. What exactly is the District of Columbia and why is not part of any state?
104338. Can you name an author or a poet whose initials consist of three similar letters? e.g. William Wordsworth sets an example for two similar letters.
104339. Did the US First Lady violate British protocol recently?
104340. Approximately how many Greek Gods were there, including the more obscure ones?
104341. Which was considered the most prestigious of the Pythian, Nemean and Isthmian games?
104342. Which town claims to be the site of the Garden of Eden?
104343. Why does Kazakhstan play in the European section of the World Cup Qualifiers?
104344. Who invented the life saver insulin?
104345. Who is known as the "Father of History"?
104346. Speed skating originated in which country?
104347. On which continent did the ostrich originate?
104348. While referring to a dog as a K-9, what is a cat?
104349. What is the largest crossword puzzle, in terms of boxes, that was ever created and was it solved?
104351. In what year was the Undertaker's perfect Wrestlemania record first really noticed?
104352. In the series finale of the American version of 'Life on Mars' a female on Earth told Sam Tyler and his fellow astronauts that President Obama was seeing her sick father. Assuming that the father was current president Barack Obama, could either of his daughters be U.S. President in the year 2035?
104353. What European country has the highest marriage rate?
104354. Was Theodore Roosevelt the youngest Vice President of the United States?
104355. What was the largest tank battle in history?
104356. In the area where I live, a suburb of Philadelphia, PA, there is a TV broadcast network called "The CW". I have tried to find out why it's called "The CW". Anyone know?
104358. I've heard about a person who was President for one day, but I can't find the name. Who is it?
104360. ?Never A Plan Like Yours To Study Oral History So Wisely.? What is the purpose of this statement?
104361. Where did Broomes famous beach get its name from?
104362. What connects signature, Baptist, Marion and Dwight?
104363. Who says that Joltin' Joe has gone away?
104364. What are the major differences between the Iranian Faloodeh and the Indian Falooda?
104365. What is the main property of sabja seeds, used in Indian Falooda, and is it a unique one?
104366. What is a cold pizza called?
104367. After exercise, does holding your hands behind your head allow you to get your breath back quicker?
104368. How many children did Zeus have?
104369. Spoiler question: Can anybody tell me if Marley, in the new movie, "Marley and Me" with Owen Wilson and Jennifer Anniston, dies at the end?
104370. What animal has the most hearts?
104371. Is "pregorexia" a blending of words or a folk etymology?
104372. How many cities total does the United States have?
104374. Who performed the song "Caramelldansen"?
104375. Who tore up John Denver's Entertainer of the Year CMA announcement in the 70s?
104376. Who is the heaviest player currently on a senior list at the 16 AFL clubs?
104377. Who is the shortest player currently on a senior list at the 16 AFL clubs?
104378. Who is the oldest player currently on a senior list at the 16 AFL clubs?
104379. Who is the oldest player ever to play AFL?
104380. If I wanted to paint an outdoor plastic rainwater storage tank, what sort of paint would I require?
104381. Who were the first brothers playing test cricket for Australia to score a century each in the same innings?
104382. Which cricket bowler has officially bowled the fastest ball recorded?
104383. What is the annual mail bill for Reader's Digest?
104384. Like kosher for Jews and halal for Muslims, 'ital' is food approved for which religion or movement?
104385. What is the humor in OCT(31) = DEC(25)?
104386. Who have won the first edition of "Big Brother" in Albania?
104387. Which two countries are the newest NATO members?
104388. Who is the President of Sri Lanka?
104389. How many foreign bases does the United States Air Force have?
104390. Why did Indonesia leave OPEC in 2008?
104391. Who has sea-shell eyes and a windy smile?
104392. What connects Buddy Holly, Billy Ocean, Lewis Carroll and Charleton Heston?
104393. Which West Australian pub had a mine shaft so it could be accessed by the underground workers?
104394. Which English King was named 'the Unready' and why?
104396. By what means and by what route(s) did news of the Titanic disaster reach England?
104397. What is "test cricket"?
104398. Who were the children that used to play at Brockville Park?
104399. What British queens have been executed?
104400. What did Jimmy Buffett major in and what university did he attend?
104401. Is Yugoslavia a Baltic country?
104402. How do scientists determine the dinosaur age?
104403. Why have most of the UK's queen regnants' spouses not been named king consort?
104404. How many music-based video games have ever been made?
104405. I have heard that the ancient Druids incorporated cannabalism in their beliefs. Is this true?
104406. What teams from the NFL's inaugural season in 1922 are still in existence today?
104407. This movie is about a young girl who dreamed to be an actress but her father wanted her to become a hairdresser just like him. What is the title of this French movie?
104408. Which Israeli folk song was covered by anarcho-punk band Poison Girls?
104409. What is the earliest known limerick?
104410. Which part of the body does the turtle use to breathe?
104411. For how long is a dog pregnant?
104412. What does "SIM" stand for in SIM card?
104413. Which Spanish food gets its name from the Pan in which it is cooked and served?
104414. In the U.S. Navy, what is a fart sack?
104415. In geography, what is the difference between location, place and region?
104416. How is the date decided for Easter?
104417. Who is the second longest reigning British monarch?
104418. Which Australian city is known as 'The City of Churches'?
104419. Where does Jesse call from at 5am?
104420. What connects Arnold, Tobias, John Cabot and Lengyel?
104421. What do Lillian Virginia Mountweazel, esquivalience and Lye Close all have in common?
104422. Actors John Miljan, George Montgomery, John Dehner and Jerry Lewis share a common bond through their film (not TV) roles. What is it that connects this Fab Four?
104423. Why could Mr Topper make us think again about human migration?
104424. What are the Honours of Scotland, how old are they, where were they hidden and where are they now?
104425. Who first coined the phrase 'comfort zone'?
104426. What is a 'hipster' and who coined the term?
104427. What is the word morphology (blend, folk etymology) of the following words: Phelpsian and Frugalista?
104428. In what well-known monastery was King James II a refugee?
104429. In Phillipa Gregory's novel "The Other Queen", she calls Thomas Seymour the stepfather of Elizabeth I. How can she have a stepfather if her mother was executed?
104430. Against which club did Tony Lockett kick the most goals in his AFL career?
104431. Who was the first person to fly across America in a plane?
104432. What part of the ear is targeted for stem sell research?
104433. Who was last seen on July 2, 1937?
104434. When were pilots first called pilots, and what were they called before that?
104435. Who first flew an aeroplane across the North Sea?
104436. Who won the men's 10m Platform Dive Gold Medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics?
104437. Who was Carl Switzer and how did he have both bad and good luck with a gun?
104438. What is the world's rarest plant?
104439. What name is given to plants that only flower at night?
104440. What is the preferred weapon (rifle) of choice for most snipers?
104441. Today in the Parliment of the UK, are there any members in either house who are black, Indian or Hispanic?
104442. What is a concretion or a study of change or a staghorn that is a pain in the back?
104443. He studied the ferruginous and purgative qualities of wells that fed a temple but is more famous for discovering a heavenly crustacean. Who is he?
104444. The bug in the title of Nathan Weinstein's novel about Hollywood can turn into a cereal killer. What chemical causes this transformation?
104445. The welder Alex Owens ran through a hall of statues like a maniac probably unaware of the tongue depicted on the ceiling. What tongue?
104446. Has any country ever been expelled or withdrawn from the United Nations?
104447. Over Tony Modra's AFL career, which club did he kick the most goals against in total? How many goals was that?
104448. In the 2009 Grand National, which horse died?
104449. How many mountains or hills over 1,000 feet are there in England?
104450. Who played Don in 'The Philanthropist'?
104451. Who directed 'Our Town'?
104452. What year did JoeDoe open?
104453. Who is the founder of Spa Week?
104454. When was the first nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean and who performed it?
104455. Who said, "Aberdeen have what money can't buy, a soul," and what prompted the words?
104457. I own a Labradoodle, lovely dog, but a bit nuts.
Who can I specifically blame for inflicting this breed onto an unsuspecting world? It wasn't Dr. Frankenstein, I checked.
104458. Which is the only reptile that always moves in a straight line?
104459. Is it true that cricket was played only in the 1900 Paris Olympics?
104460. What is the motto of the Indian navy?
104461. Which is the only continent where gorillas are found?
104462. Including ruins, what is the oldest man-made dwelling in Europe?
104463. How many known or documented cases are there of fetus in fetu?
104464. Where is Mehran Karimi Nasseri now?
104465. Who was Moses' birth father and did he have any relationship with his famous son?
104466. According to David Icke, what well-known people are thought to be direct descendents of a race of reptilian humanoids called "The Elite?"
104467. What is the difference between seaweed and sea vegetables?
104468. What Pope was kicked out of two seminaries, was never ordained as a priest and, as a result, never performed a mass?
104469. What were the original Lifesaver flavors?
104470. Where is the television show 'Kings' filmed?
104471. Was there any reason as to why Kal Penn was killed off of 'House'?
104472. Is it true that the actress Jennifer Jason Leigh not only is the daughter of Vic Morrow, but later in life she added the Jason to her name after actor Jason Robards?
104473. How did Popeye's Chicken become so named?
104474. What was the name of the movie featuring a bus that had to stay above 50mph or something bad would happen?
104475. Which company use the slogan, "It's gotta be red"? Also tell me a bit about the company's history.
104476. Which batsman has hit a century against every test playing nation?
104477. Which batsman has hit a test century against every test playing nation?
104478. Who has made the fastest ever Test century, and how many balls did it take?
104479. At which venue and in what year was the first Test Match held in Australia?
104480. What was the name of the manor house Mary Boleyn shared with her second husband?
104481. What was Mary Boleyn's pet name given to her in France?
104482. In the movie 'Twilight' what is Charlie's choice of drink? (Not Rainier beer.)
104483. What is a Ten Pound Pom?
104484. Which Peter knows how lonely Beth is?
104485. How many people did Queen Mary I have killed?
104486. What connects James, Deutschendorf, Gerald Wimsey and Minnow?
104487. Who first flew an aeroplane across the English Channel?
104488. What is the iconic product of Erno Laszlo?
104489. Who first flew an aeroplane from pole to pole?
104490. What was the song that influenced Ray Lamontagne so much, who is the artist or band that performs it and what album does it originally appear on?
104491. Who did the Green Bay Packers draft in the 11th round of the 1973 NFL draft?
104492. What rhyme or reason was used to determine what zip code was given to each town or city in the United States?
104493. How do fruit flies appear seemingly from nowhere?
104494. Who originated the term "That's what she said?"
104496. Who were acquitted at the Nuremberg trials in 1946?
104497. How many noble gases are there?
104498. Which spin bowler did Nicorette chewing gum manufacturers Upjohn and Pharmacia sign a four-month deal on condition that he not smoke during that period?
104499. Which player(s) was dropped from his team, though he had scored a double century in the prior test match?