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Questions From Sep 04 09
108501. How long will it take to travel 1200 km at 7 knots?
108502. What British protected seabird has in recent years moved inland and is now decimating freshwater fish?
108503. Who was the first state leader to visit Antarctica?
108505. Can anyone tell me the name of a song from the 1960's containing the words, "The cops don't need you and man they expect the same."? I believe another line is. "I started out with burgundy and then I hit the harder stuff".
108506. Was the 11 minute, 35 second Rolling Stones' song "Going Home" the longest song to be played regularly on AM radio "Hit Parade" shows. Most songs are much shorter to allow for more advertising time.
108507. The original John Jacques game of Happy Families featured Grits the Grocer, where does Grits come from in relation to the grocer, is it from the ground corn or is there another reason?
108508. What nations have only the colors red, white, and blue on their flags?
108509. What's Hayden Christensen's middle name?
108510. Why did most elderly women lick their eyebrow pencil before applying?
108511. Which Warner Brothers character has Sylvester been with the most: Tweety, Speedy Gonzales, or the "giant mouse" (kangaroo)?
108512. What cartoon antihero spent an entire episode searching for his "son," Stinky the Trouser Cough?
108513. When a new airplane, such as a 747, is finished being built, how do you get it to the airport from the assembly plant?
108514. Why is Mayday used as a distress call for help? Why not boxfox, calltall, hatcat or just plan "help?"
108515. Why do some people lick the tip of a pencil before trying to write with it?
108516. What is considered to have been the Beatles most successful hit single?
108517. What was the first city ever to reach a human population of one million?
108518. Why is fish not classed as meat?
108519. What was the weapon that John Wilkes Booth used to kill Abraham Lincoln?
108520. Which fungus, named after royalty, can be used to help light fires?
108521. Who won Endurance 2?
108523. What was the largest explosion in the history of civilization?
108524. What actress considered Telly Savalas to be her real father and not just her step-father?
108525. When did Warren Zevon live in Bryn Mawr, PA?
108526. What type of scales are the most widely used by psychologists?
108527. The end of this beauty spot is the beginning of a time period and taken together indicates that spot in this living royal hand warmer homologous to a baby?s soft spot. Which spot on what royal hand warmer?
108528. The end of this explosive is the beginning of a body of water and taken together was the colonial name for this alpha city of islands now named after a goddess. Which goddess?
108529. The end of this friend is the beginning of an old Asian wind instrument and taken together makes this tropical hut. What tropical hut?
108530. The end of this much ado about nothing is the beginning of this footwear and together point to Rubenesque proportions or this ungulate. Which ungulate?
108531. What are the name of the chipmunks in the Warner Brothers cartoons?
108532. How do you punctuate the following so that it makes proper English sense: "that that is is that that is not is not is that it it is"?
108533. What is the relationship between temperature, air pressure, wind and moisture?
108534. What was the last battle of the Napoleonic Wars?
108535. What school did Bullwinkle attend?
108536. There is a small city in New Mexico and a much larger city in Florida with Spanish names. One of the cities is missing it's "mouth'. What are their names?
108537. Who said, "World population must be stabilized and to do that we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. This is so horrible to contemplate that we shouldn't even say it. But the general situation in which we are involved is lamentable."?
108538. The wall from King Kong was later burned in which movie?
108539. What was the name of Buster Keaton's boat in the short comedy titled 'The Boat'?
108540. In a lot of Buster Keaton's movies his hands were not used in closeup shots. Why was this?
108541. What was unusual about Scotland and their exit from the 1974 FIFA World Cup in West Germany?
108542. Which handheld game system has the largest screen?
108543. Who was the first Beatle to visit the US and for what reason?
108544. There are five Leeds players currently at the club who have scored double figures in their careers with the club, who are they?
108545. What is referenced by a tiny ?FW? on some United States one dollar bills?
108546. How is a sobriquet of Hessie Donahue?s famed sparring partner related in name to the lyrics, ?You sure did make a mighty big mistake big muscles ain't enough??
108547. When WGN tried to air the flick Martin Luther in 1956 Roman Catholics protested and likened the main character to a certain rodent. How is the animal in question related to the 1969 Zappa album with Christine Frka on the front cover?
108548. He was the youngest inductee into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1979. How is he connected to the ?Be Prepared? scene in the show James at 15 when the protagonist trades up with Richie?
108549. How did the man who preceded Yusufu Lule change his routine when a talking reptile foretold his downfall in 1978?
108550. How did the expression 'madcap' come about, as in the 'madcap adventures of John Doe?'
108551. In the cartoon and TV show of the 50s and 60s called "Hazel," did Hazel ever have a last name?
108552. Where, when and above all why was equipment provided for blowing smoke into a person's behind for use by the general public, and which registered charity originated from the group that ensured that this was provided?
108553. In the 1990s an organic product appeared in the news, backed by Joanna Lumley, that could be used to clear oil spills and make desert areas arable. What was it called and what became of it?
108554. Do hurricanes ever begin over land as opposed to beginning over the ocean?
108555. What is the largest crowd for a US college hockey game?
108556. By land size, not population, what is the largest college or university in the US?
108557. Why do people call those yummy little square burgers "sliders"?
108558. You wouldn?t write on a donkey?s back, but in French you might. Find the right term and you?ll also find a French village and something that might make you step on the brakes. What might make you step on the brakes?
108559. How is the number 400 significant to Bailey?s beads?
108560. He can tie together an I.M. Pei building for all seasons, profitable babies and a soon-to-be very tall, windy and spirally penthouse. Who can tie them all together?
108561. For those needing a colonoscopy, why is it desirable to have a third eye looking back?
108562. If one is described as thin as this structure, you are indeed thin. Transpose two letters and you have that part of edible soapberries that you actually ingest. What part?
108563. Is there any medical truth in the advice to, "feed a cold, starve a fever?"
108564. What is the correct usage of the words "spelled" and "spelt"?
108565. What is the origin of the phrase " a Flemish account" for an account in the red, and is that phrase still current in present-day English?
108566. How long did it take before Thomas More's Utopia was also published in English?
108567. Where did William Caxton start his career as a printer?
108568. Xenophobia is nothing new.Already in 1517 anti-immigrant riots took place in London.What's the name usually given to these riots at the end of April and the beginning of May?
108569. What is the nickname of Brazilian midfielder Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Liete?
108570. What is the nickname of Finnish racing driver Keijo Erik Rosberg?
108571. Who is the British songstress who "got the music in me" and had a number one hit with Elton John?
108572. Who is known as the Queen of the Blues?
108573. An Am and FM radio station in Willow Springs, MO share which call letters?
108574. Since William the Conqueror, which British royal house reigned longest?
108575. How many geological periods are there in the Palaeozoic era?
108576. Which is regarded as the third longest river in the world?
108577. Who was the third successor to Emperor Julius Caesar?
108578. How many animals are represented on a traditional Chinese astrology chart?
108579. Which Flemish cartographer invented a map on which parallels and meridians are rendered as straight lines spaced so as to produce at any point an accurate ratio of latitude to longitude?
108580. What Flemish city was named by the Vikings after the Scandinavian name for "place of disembarkation"?
108581. Who invented oil painting?
108582. Is it true that pregnant women get cravings for strange food combinations (like pickels and ice cream); and, if it is, why does this occur?
108583. What does "R&R" mean?
108584. King Edward I came after Edward the Confessor; so then why is he called Edward I?
108585. What is the origin of the expression criminetly?
108586. In MLB, has there ever been a wild pitch or a passed ball during an intentional walk?
108587. Is it dirty in space? In all the movies, all space craft look dirty, rusty, worn out. What is in space that would make writers/movie makers think the outside of ships would look old?
108588. Are there any insiders who know if Google plans to increase its British Streetview coverage, which hasn't changed since it began 6 months ago?
108589. Have there been any tax increases related to the Iraq or Afghanistan War?
108590. A couple of years ago there was an automobile commercial with a couple in the front seat and a couple in the back. The music is very cool and was popular at the time but I don't have any idea what the name of it was. I think the car was going through a tunnel and one of the shots was of the tunnel lights reflecting off the windshield. Anyone have any idea what the music was?
108591. I was a cavalry officer, a General, a Commander, a pirate, and a lofty commissioned Admiral. I helped develop, and was an accomplished artist, in an itaglio printing process. An alloy is indirectly named after me. I helped found and was the first director of one of the oldest corporations in the Western world, one that is still in operation. But my name would probably be best remembered today in the field of science, for a curiosity that bears my name that I supposedly discovered/invented. Who am I and what's the curiosity?
108592. Is there such a thing as a perfect vacuum?
108593. What is the coldest temperature ever recorded on earth and where was it?
108594. Can you explain in simple terms the differences between 'twitter', 'blogging', 'text messaging',
'chat rooms', 'threads' and why not just e-mail everything?
108595. What happened at the Peace of Münster?
108596. Assuming both exist, what is the difference between an elf and a dwarf?
108597. Which Belgian painter, who was an important influence on expressionism and surrealism, lived in Ostend for almost his entire life?
108598. Is there an "IMDB" type website for music and/or music videos?
108599. Is there an "IMDb" type website for ads and commercials?
108600. What state has the most state supported universities?
108601. On the Andy Griffith show, were Andy and Barney related?
108602. Unique and Unused both start with "un" but have different opening syllables. Are there any other words starting with un but have different opening syllables?
108603. Why are the 'Lace Wars', mid 18th century wars fought by the British, so named?
108604. Do polar bears eat penguins?
108607. After three seasons at old Trafford, Gabriel Hienze became the third player in four seasons to join Real Madrid. Can you name the other two?
108608. What is the official name of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge?
108609. The first four cylinder motorcycle was made in which country?
108610. How many legs does a sowbug have?
108611. Which states have a town named California?
108612. Which state is home to Beer Bottle Crossing?
108613. In which South American country do killer whales beach themselves to get their food?
108614. How did the term jackpot, as in winning it all, come to be?
108615. Who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952 and for what?
108616. Have great white sharks ever been observed to leap completely out of the water?
108617. Is there a collective noun for a list of lists?
108619. Does anybody know the title of a "Sesame Street" picture book in which Oscar the Grouch got lost (I think), and at some point someone painted his trash can nice clean white with flowers on it? It was probably published in the '80s, no later than 1992/93.
108620. Which two continents have no deserts?
108621. What continent has the most deserts?
108622. What desert has the same name as a country?
108623. How many North African countries share part of the Sahara?
108624. What currency does Australia use?
108625. What's the only hotel inside Disney's California Adventure theme park?
108626. What is the tenth largest freshwater lake in the world?
108627. What is the name of the perfumed oil made from Tahiti's national flower?
108628. Why is a group of crows called a "murder"?
108629. We have been living in Texas for a while, a very interesting place. A few nights ago we observed two scorpions locked together facing each other. I first thought it was a mating ritual until one raised its stinger and struck the other. The one that was struck retreated under a rock. What was that all about?
108630. Other then New York, how many states have a city or town named after the state and what are they?
108631. Is a freeway overpass a safe place to take shelter from a tornado or is it actually more dangerous because the effects are increased? The "experts" seem to disagree.
108632. Was it ever decided for sure what the name of the 10th planet should be?
108633. Some states have what is called the "blue law." What is that?
108634. Why, before drinking a shot, do some people say "Here's mud in your eye?"
108635. Who formed Il Divo?
108636. On the show, how old is Dexter Morgan?
108637. Are there armadillos in Florida?
108638. How many types of Paul Newman's cookies are there?
108639. How old are hermit crabs when they take their first shell?
108641. What was the last European city liberated in World War II?
108642. Very many counties have a decimal monetary system. But do any of them apart from the USA refer to smaller coins such as 5c, 10c and 25c as dimes, nickels and quarters?
108643. How many albums did Reasonable Doubt sell with its first?
108644. What is the American nickname for armadillo meat used for human consumption?
108645. What is the Doctor?s name in ?I Dream of Jeannie??
108646. Can you name the six managers who led the four home nations through the qualification campaign for Euro 2008?
108647. Which English Cathedral has the tallest spire?
108648. What is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea?
108649. Who said: ?Never trust a man with short legs-brains too near their bottoms??
108650. What was Mickey Mouse first called?
What is the name of the food challenge Adam Richman took on in Las Vegas?
108652. What continent has the highest mountains?
108653. How is the home of Jerimoth Hill related in name to the lead designer of The Beatles: Rock Band (issued (09/09/09)?
108654. Which song, found on The Beatles: Rock Band (issued (09/09/09) is related in name to a resident of Bern singing Zum Geburtstag viel Glück?
108655. Which song, found on The Beatles: Rock Band (issued (09/09/09) was written for the daughter of the man who directed 1954?s ?A Bullet Is Waiting??
108656. Which song found on 'The Beatles: Rock Band' (issued 09/09/09) might have its origins as a campaign song for the husband of Rosemary Woodruff in 1967?
108657. Which song found on 'The Beatles: Rock Band' (issued 09/09/09) is related to the fact that Batten was replaced by Angelis to voice Harrison?
108658. Is an epistle the wife of an apostle?
108659. Is there any difference between the Balling scale and the Plato scale?
108660. Have any movies ever had more than one actor with the first name of Bo?
108661. How does a paleontologist determine what dinosaur a coprolite came from?
108662. Guitarist Tommy Bolin first played which instrument?
108663. What does asphyxiation mean?
108664. What are the biggest boat and the biggest ship that have ever been made?
108665. Did Hayden Christensen's brother really get arrested?
108666. Is Rachel Bilson's middle name Sarah or Jade?
108667. What are Dobrovody, Maydanets and Talianki?
108668. In the tenth century, what was the largest city in Western Europe?
108669. What was the first European city liberated in World War II?
108670. Did Robert Peary ever reach the North Pole?
108671. Before the development of the marine chronometer, what was the primary method of determining longitude?
108672. Which countries have changed which side of the road they can legally drive on and in which years?
108673. What is the Greek equivalent of our phrase "It is Greek to me"?
108674. What is the "New Year's Day Wave" and how is it significant?
108675. I used to hear the term "blithering idiot" a lot, but not so much anymore. Where did it originate and how was it used?
108676. At what point does a boat become a ship or what is the difference between a boat and a ship?
108677. How many in 10 women end up marrying an eligible man they date for three months?
108678. What is the song "Penny Royal Tea" by Nirvana about?
108679. Is there a precise point in a monetary transaction when the item being bought and the money being paid legally change hands?
108680. Does the word England mean Angles Land?
108681. Which continent has the most lakes?
108682. Which ocean has the most seas?
108683. How many Artic Oceans would fit in the Pacific Ocean?
108684. What did Congressman Joe Wilson do during a joint session of the U.S. Congress on September 9, 2009, for which he later apologized?
108685. Are there subterranean lakes that are lower in sea level than the Dead Sea?
108686. Is the Sargasso Sea a true sea by geographic definition?
108687. What is the most popular tourist site in Vermont?
108688. Today, how did GOOGLE make its site more user friendly?
108689. Explaining the connection for each part, what connects the following: a poorly replaced Pratt, feline fortune, a prescient comic, the optimum 501, an ancient Peloponnesian lake-dweller, Battersea Power Station, PP3, Hurt and colloquially dishonest?
108690. What was the name of the State Bank of India before Nationalisation?
108691. What is ASEAN and where are its headquarters?
108692. The Sun is visible little before actual sunrise because of which phenomenon?
108693. In Christianity what does I.N.R.I signify?
108694. In West Bengal, India, where is the silk industry?
108695. He was signed by a MLB baseball team but never played in the majors. He then joined a rock and roll group that recorded one of the first hit records of the rock era. In the 60s, he had featured roles in the original Broadway productions of "Fiddler on the Roof" and "Caberet", but he is famous today solely for his appearences in a certain television niche. Who was he?
108696. Which actor, famous for his voice, barely spoke a word until high school?
108697. Why do some German lorries (possibly cars too - only lorries seen so far) have green lettering on their registration plates instead of black?
108698. Are abortions going to be government funded under Obama's Health Care plan?
108699. What is the name of the partition that separates the halves of walnut meat?
108700. Why do some people use an aerator when they pour wine?
108702. How many individual pips or dots are on a set of Double 12 dominoes?
108703. Which lighthouse has the most steps?
108704. Has anyone ever estimated the approximate number of ants in the world?
108705. When looking at the Moon, how can one tell if it's waxing and moving towards full or waning and moving back towards the new moon?
108706. Are there any other countries than Belgium that use red-lettered car licence plates?
108707. Are there any other countries than Belgium where the car licence plate belongs to the owner rather than to the car, so that when you buy a new car you simply screw on the old plate?
108708. What are the ingredients to the Vermonster?
108709. What became of Hessy Levinson Taft?
108710. The Nazis declared that all people of Jewish ancestry must use two specific middle names. What were these names and on what date was this enacted?
108711. What is the difference in a natural spring and an artesian well?
108712. What is the largest or deepest accumulation left by a sand storm?
108713. What do scientists hypothesize is the evolutionary reason for the epicanthic fold?
108714. How many lifts are executed in conjunction with the khan kutermiak?
108715. Is "a little dab'll do ya" Brylcreem still available? Haven't seen it in quit some time.
108716. What?s the name of the helicopter used by the USA?s President?
108717. In Christian mythology, which fiery celestial beings are the highest ranking angels?
108718. How many islands make up the ?Calendar Islands? in Casco Bay? Popular myth says there are 365 islands, but how many are there actually?
108719. What is Dorien?s husband?s name in ?Birds of a Feather??
108720. According to the Bible, what did Esau get in return for his birthright?
108721. In a McDonald's Filet-O-Fish what type of fish is used?
108722. Can you name four players who have represented England at full international level who each have three o's in their surname?
108723. What's the difference between a disciple and an apostle ?
108725. The secret to good French bread is the crust and the secret to the crust is steam. For centuries the French have soaked earthenware covers or "hats" in water and then placed them over the bread in the oven. As the earthenware heats up it releases steam, the steam coats the dough and produces a crunchy crust. What are these "hats" are known as?
108727. The Clique-tionary includes the word "Shoporexic". What do you think it means?
108728. In an episode of 'I Love Lucy' Lucy covets a dress from an Hollywood fashion designer. What was his name, and was he real of fictional?
108729. In the movie "Troy", what was the initial inspiration for the Greeks to build the Trojan Horse?
108730. Is it true that McDonald's "shakes" are not called milkshakes because they don't contain any dairy products?
108731. Which brand of cigarette did Fred Flintstone smoke?
108732. When I enjoy my favorite bag of David sunflower seeds, I notice that they all contain a few pieces of wood. What type of wood is this and why is it included?
108733. According to his elder brother (whose real first name was a very famous Roman one), who took his stage name from a very appropriate ancient Greek god and why did people start laughing at his 1964 retirement speech?
108734. She did scientific research into making a dairy product go further and years later was more famously given a dairy-related nickname following a controversial decision. Who is she and what was the exact nature of her research?
108735. What Christmas song is played during the organ solo of a famously long psychedelic rock song from the 1960s?
108736. Has the use of eye dark been shown to sincerely help athletes by reducing the sun's glare?
108737. How many times does the word "time" appear in The Chambers Brothers song 'Time Has Come Today'?
108738. What word connects the winner of Ukraine's Got Talent 2009 with a well-known executive producer of America's Got Talent?
108739. What did Duane Allman use as a guitar slide?
108740. What year was Sherlock Holmes first made as a movie?
108741. On average, about how many couples get married in Las Vegas daily?
108742. How many people died in the 9/11 attack?
108744. What's the longest song ever written?
108745. In a castle beside a mall is the work of a conceptual artist whose vanity work was not in vain. In 51 metal rectangles, what is his message?
108746. Springing from Providence, his father and uncles signed the charter of his alma mater, ahead of its time in its non-sectarianism. The grateful college changed its unwieldy name to his simple surname after he so generously gave to it of his earthly goods. Who was he?
108747. Someone, according to a mighty fine bird and some recluses, had a lovely and sharp daughter. Who?
108748. Is there any mechanical way of drawing a squircle without plotting the formula or drawing around another already squircular object?
108749. What are the major infectious diseases in Singapore?
108750. The Beatles released their first studio album, 'Please Please Me' in what year?
108751. Who is looney-tunes?
108752. How did eggplants get their name; they don't look like eggs to me?
108753. Sarah the cheetah has run an impressive average of 53.5 feet per second to break the 100 metres world record. But, nonsense about scaling up fleas aside, which animals would actually have the long jump and high jump world records?
108754. The current UK coinage (apart from the £2) bears the shield of the royal coat of arms - in full on the £1 and parts on the other six coins which add up to the whole. (And they look stupid...) Baloo has heard rumours of a £1 coin with a part rather than full shield. Can anyone confirm or deny this? (Settling an argument. I say no...)
108755. How many times is "Spongebob Squarepants" said in the Spongebob Squarepants theme song?
108756. If a liger mates with a liger is the baby still cool?
108757. Is it true that the new jet fighter, F/A-22 Raptor, is unsafe at night? I think it's fly-away cost is $200 million.
108758. How much do the LeBron Zoom Soldier 3's weigh, and are they the lightest basketball shoe?
108759. What are the differences between Windows Vista and, the soon to be released, Windows 7?
108760. Is there a way to determine if one owns a real or fake copy of the album "Introducing...The Beatles"?
108761. What is the approximate value of a mint condition "The Beatles vs The Four seasons" album?
108762. What is the difference between a real and a fake "The Savage Young Beatles" album?
108763. It had a shaped picture format. What was the title of Vee-Jays last The Beatles album?
108764. How many "iterations" are there of The Beatles "Butcher Cover" album?
108765. What was "horizontal refreshment"?
108766. Are Air Jordan I's still being produced?
108767. Which came first: the pepper as in the spice or the pepper as in bellpepper?
108768. What clearly is the public option?
108769. Miss Baby was alright until we turned her head around. This is a line from a song or a joke from the '70s or '80s. Can anyone help me nail this down?
108770. By analogy with "cyberpunk", how many literary genres now bear the suffix "-punk"?
108771. Before Friday, when and who were Leeds opponents when they last drew 0-0?
108772. Which is more likely, to have twins of the same gender or to have twins of different genders?
108773. In Humans, which part of the Brain is involved in controlling temperature?
108774. Who wrote "Bandemataram"?
108775. Who has written "Train to Pakistan"?
108776. On what day is World AIDS Day observed?
108777. Nowadays all airports in the world do have computerized systems for checking passports etc., but how did airports operate before there were any computerized systems?
108778. Who is "Mr Cruel" New Zealand?
108779. When was Martin Johnson, Mr Asia NZ, murdered in England?
108780. For what military position was Karola Ruth Siegel Westheimer trained by the Israeli army?
108781. In what year will Leanne Teale/K. Homolka?s son be the same age as her first murder victim ? her sister?
108782. What should a person put in one?s hair so as not to be drowned by a Rusalka?
108783. What was the original collegial athletic award, now wooden, passed annually between Bucket & Dipper and Atius-Sachem?
108784. What substance did Dr. Klaus Maertens utilize to pioneer his first air-cushioned sole in Germany, 1945?
108785. Where did the term "okey-dokey" come from, meaning OK or alright?
108787. What does Def mean? There is Def Leppard, Mos Def, Def Jam. Is there one meaning? Are there more Defs?
108788. What is skyr?
108789. Over the US, a trail of fantastic light was spotted shimmering in space four nights ago; what was the cause of this light?
108790. Who founded The Royal Society?
108791. Why do some plants have "hair"?
108792. What country's economy shrank 18% in the first three months of 2009, the biggest fall in the European Union in this period?
108793. How many recessions have been called The Great Recession?
108794. What was the official cause of death of Mama Cass?
108795. What's the difference between a robe and a gown?
108796. A jealous former co-worker of Quentin Tarantino killed himself out of envy of Tarentino's tremendous success; what was his name?
108797. Which famous polymath fooled his own brother into thinking he was an older widow but had to flee when he could no longer maintain his Silence?
108798. Which BBC drama didn't mention its central character's famous sister and stopped short of his great interest in wombats?
108799. Is there any video proof or eyewitness proof that Serena Williams told that line judge "I will hit you" or "I will kill you"?
108800. What is the name of the animal who has gone to space and returned alive?
108801. Are there any plants that are 100% carnivorious other than the venus fly trap?
108802. What does NORAD stand for?
108803. Whose cardboard or paper figure do the FBI shot at when practicing at the fire range?
108805. Who are the founding members of They Might Be Giants?
108807. The early SoundGarden class on October 1 is geared to children of what ages?
108808. How many draws have there been so far this season in the Premiership?
108810. Is there any connection between a 'Cornish Hen' and Cornwall?
108811. Has ever prisoner ever escaped by carving a bar of soap to look like a gun, painted it with shoe polish, and then tricked a guard into being being allowed to leave the jail; or is this only an urban legend?
108812. What is the official flower of the Kentucky Oaks?
108813. Which thoroughbred had Exbourne and Rougegait as sire and dam?
108814. What is the Pashtun word for "bear"?
108815. What is the name of the card game similar to Go Fish, but that uses the names of thirteen people who have written books?
108816. What 1960s Fleetwood Mac song had lyrics about two men walking and one of them disappeared? Song lyrics reference the second coming of Christ.
108817. What is the stock ticker symbol for Berry Petroleum Company?
108818. Who was the last rookie quarterback that took his team to the Super Bowl his first year?
108819. What traditional Bavarian and Austrian greeting derives from a Latin phrasing with which you express your readiness to render service to the person you address?
108820. What word for "beautiful" has become a way to greet somebody in North-Germany?
108821. What specific measures are used to gauge population for the Human Development Index?
108822. What country must you be in when they call your croissant a "Buttergipfel"?
108823. R.I.P. Patrick Swayze: What was the star referring to when he said to Barbara Walters, "The show's character just felt right for my soul"?
108824. What connects Garry Trudeau, Tom Thumb, and Captain Kidd?
108825. Since when have Swedish motorists been driving on the right hand side of the road?
108826. Which campaigning U.S. office seeker was alleged to have referred to his opponent as a notorious "extrovert" and his sister as a "thespian" during his campaign speeches, and is the story true?
108827. Who is the current officeholder of "President of the United States?"
108828. What country must you be in when people press the palms of their hands together near their chests and bow, when they want to show you respect?
108829. The day World War II ended is referred to as V-E day. What does V-E mean?
108830. What does the cable sports channel ESPN stand for?
108831. Who was the Boston Red Sox player to play his entire career with them, 21 years, without being traded?
108832. What does Kalamazoo mean, as in Kalamazoo, Michigan?
108833. According to her, how do you prove that you love Doris Day?
108834. Why is Elton John not permitted to adopt a young child?
108835. In the US, how may the police legally enter a private residence without a search warrant?
108836. Orangetown was named in honor of a particular person who lived a long time ago. There are two counties in New York State that are also named in honor of this person. What are the two counties?
108837. How is 'Battle of the Warriors' connected to 'Hero'?
108838. Who is the Don that tests Nicola's loyalty in Naples, Italy?
108839. Did the Nazis leave Amsterdam, or were they forced out in battle?
108840. Which country is the reigning African football champion? What is their nickname?
108841. The character played by James Coburn in the Great Escape is based on which person?
108842. What's the difference between a ukulele and a mandolin?
108844. What kind of goverment is Germany under right now?
108846. What is the name of the 1950s British group that had the hit songs 'Broken Wings' and 'I See the Moon'?
108847. The Cheomseongdae observatory is in South Korea. What does its name mean in English?
108848. Who wrote The Satanic Bible?
108849. What was Jim Rockford's address?
108850. Dr. Burke was the dean of the Graduate School of Social Work at Boston College. What was his first name and how old was he when he died?
108851. What is the language of the Philippines?
108852. What's a satrapy?
108853. What is Popol Vuh?
108854. Does the Israeli air force have mid-air refueling capability?
108855. Before his breakout role, this actor portrayed Pvt. Gary Sturgis in a 1981 episode of "M*A*S*H". Who is the actor and what now seems somewhat eerily prophetic about the storyline?
108856. In what war did the last execution take place in the British Tower of London?
108857. Is there a difference between an Eastman camera and a Kodak one?
108858. What is the meaning of "Sack" in "Dry Sack" sherry?
108859. Is halitosis a disease?
108860. Did Julius Caesar ever eat Caesar salad?
108861. What famous ship had some forty Saints on board, and also some sixty Strangers (Sinners?)?
108862. How are the words peaceably and peacefully different?
108863. During the last election, what was George W. Bush's just revealed opinion of Sarah Palin?
108864. What is Lady Gaga's birth name, and where is she from?
108865. Can you name the four clubs who have completed the European treble: Winning their country's top tier League, the country's major domestic cup and the European Cup/Champions League, all within the same season?
108867. Which 70s TV comedy was written by Rothwell and Colin, and had 16 episodes?
108868. What was created by an Italian leader by sitting accidentally on a cake 150 years ago?
108869. Is there a specific word, like 'malaprop', to describe the juxtaposition of syllables in a spoken phrase? Example "Dead Weight" becomes "Wed Deight" or "Fly Trap" becomes "Try Flap"?
108870. What drink is an equal mix of amaretto and vodka served over ice?
108871. Which actor plays a spoonerized version of his own name in the movie that is the U.S. recordholder for taking the longest to reach Box Office #1 after its release?
108872. What is a leafless flowering stem of a plant called?
108873. What's the difference between KB and MB such as, 700 KB or 700 MB?
108874. On average, how many people die from doing drugs each day?
108879. To become the candidate for the President of India, what is the minimum age?
108880. Which ancient sage is called "Father of Sanskrit"?
108881. On which day is World's Forestry Day observed?
108882. Who is the first Indian actor to get Malaysian title "Datuk"?
108883. On what day is World Laughter Day observed?
108884. How do plants that are not flowering plants reproduce themselves?
108885. Under which brand name is most winegum sold in the United States?
108886. In "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," Peasant Number 3 alleges he was transformed into what?
108887. What's the English equivalent of a 'ticket scalper'?
108888. In which episode of "All That" did the parody "Without Meat" belong in?
108889. Which UK Number One song is based on an earlier song that ended with a line appearing to extol the joys of infanticide?
108890. Who is the person that created the Yahoo homepage?
108891. Does Hormel's Spam have a low glycemic level?
108892. During World War II, did the Axis conduct nuclear weapons testing?
108893. Does Greg Gagne still wrestle?
108895. Where did the last hostilities of the American Civil War take place, and which presently controversial commercial venture most greatly suffered from Confederate attacks?
108896. Which actor was sometimes billed as Sleep 'n' Eat?
108897. What is the connection between composer Edvard Grieg and Sugar Crisp cereal?
108898. What is the connection between Singer Kim Carnes and Sugar Crisp cereal?
108899. Is crooner Bing Crosby somehow connected to Sugar Crisp cereal?
108900. Is it possible to connect Rosemary Clooney and Sugar Crisp cereal?
108901. How did the Dnepropetrovsk Maniacs come to know one another?
108902. Which planet has the largest number of moons
108903. In which battle did Rome defeat the forces of Antony and Cleopatra?
108904. Who was the serial killer who became a saint?
108905. Who was the only Australian Senator to be elected Prime Minister?
108906. What was Ernie Pantouso's nickname in 'Cheers'?
108907. What is Robin Knox-Johnston's claim to fame?
108908. In what year were Madame Alexander Dolls introduced?
108909. Who is the Austrian who in 1832 created and gave his name to an overproof spiced rum that is seldom drunk neat, but is mainly used for making punch, Rumtopf, etc.? It is also used as an ingredient in cakes and pastries?
108910. Who died in 1991 at age 84, was born in Indiana, was a comedian & was the son of a circus clown?
108911. Are any wrestlers from the AWA still wrestling?
108912. West Ham signed Kieran Dyer from Newcastle, who did he play for before Newcastle?
108913. When and where was paper money first used in history?
108914. Is Sucre the capital of Bolivia?
108915. What European capital is called Helsingfors by the Swedes?
108916. What Italian town changed its name from Bad Wind Place to Good Wind Place?
108917. Of what novelty was it said that you could not make people "sit on an explosion"?
108918. What country recently changed from right side to left side driving, and why?
108919. Has a private citizen ever built their own rocket and attempted to launch themselves into space?
108920. What does a hurricane bird look like?
108921. How many points did Jordan Shroeder get during college hockey?
108922. What de jure capital is designated in the constitution of North Korea?
108923. What country has its temporary capital in Bir Lehlou?
108924. Was Hulk Hogan in the AWA?
108925. What country is building a new capital and might call it Port Diana?
108926. Who is the strange looking person in Edvard Munch's "The Scream" most likely modeled after?
108927. How much is Leonardo DaVinci's painting "Mona Lisa" worth?
108928. At age 24, what future US president had a nervous breakdown?
108929. "Vote yourself a farm" was a campaign motto used by who?
108930. How can one be found not guilty for wrongful death in a court of law, then face a civil trial for wrongful death and be found guilty?
108931. Are aliens really there?
108932. Who organized the attack on the World Trade
108933. I remember growing up, the big name in colas was Royal Crown Cola, however they seem to have disappeared. Perhaps, I don't live in one of their marketing areas, but I have searched endlessly and have not been able to find anyone who sells it. Are they even in business anymore?
108934. Many years ago someone told me that Texas is the only state that has a town named after each of the eight planets, excluding Earth. I have only found two in Texas, Jupiter and Mars. Maybe one of the nice people that come here can put this to rest once and for all. Are there eight towns in Texas named after the planets?
108935. 50 Cent's real name is Curtis. Who does he say still calls him that?
108937. How did the stargazy pie get its name?
108938. What is the name of that triangular shaped building in New York City?
108939. Buster Mitchell tried to marry his car. What type of car and what did he list as the car's blood type?
108940. When is 'Talk Like a Pirate Day'?
108941. Which General had a military plane named after him?
108942. Who in 1997, became the only footballer to finish first, second and third in the BBC Match of the Day goal of the month competition?
108943. When did England gain independence?
108944. Who or what was the real identity of Scabbers in J K Rowling's books?
108945. Where has there been an annual musical event since 1970 to present day?
108946. What is the home to the most easterly and southerly points in Northern Ireland?
108947. What were the prize kid and Ben competing for in this 1974 slapstick film?
108948. Does the word scavager appear in any of William Shakespeare's plays?
108949. I recently read a story set in the old west in which a character refered to a 15 cent coin. Was there ever a 15 cent coin in circulation in the United States, and is it still in use?
108950. In the Serta stores they have these containers filled with the Serta Sheep mascot. How do you get one of them?
108951. When and how did the Taliban seize power in Afghanistan?
108952. Does gum make you hungrier because you chew but you can't swallow?
108953. In MLB, what constitutes a balk?
108954. In MLB, the NFL, the NBA, and the NHL; what teams are named after things associated with Native Americans?
108955. Why were mini skirts generally tolerated by the society and most families in Muslim countries in the 1960s and 70s?
108956. Does the Eastern border of Poland today follow the Curzon line?
108957. How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
108958. Are a woodchuck and a groundhog really the same animal, but only different in name?
108959. Is cheerleading generally considered a sport?
108960. Who thwarted Inverness Caledonian Thistle's hopes of entering the Intertoto cup in 2007?
108961. Why does the Pope carry the title "Pontifex Maximus"?
108962. What is the average weight for a 13-year-old, who is 5'1"?
108963. While activists struggle to extend partial bans on advertisements for this product, some of the advertisements are protected as National Historic Landmarks in the United States. Which specific product's advertisements on which specific structures are protected as historically significant?
108964. Why does OSHA require seat belts on new tractors, but the US federal government does not require them on school buses? (This isn't a cynical whine; there's actually a reason. OK, so it started out that way until I investigated.)
108965. "The smell of turpentine drips from the walls," how is this lyric related to the only cast member of 'Laugh-In' to appear in every episode of the show?
108966. How is the temperature noted in the lyrics to the Talking Heads? ?Burning Down The House? related to a Rolling Stone?s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time contribution with Shelagh Delaney on the cover?
108967. What Greenwich Village coffee house hosted the debut performance by the late Mary Travers and her colleagues Stookey and Yarrow?
108968. What Royal Navy destroyer was itself destroyed off the coast of Falkland Sound on Geek Pride Day in 1982?
108969. How was the President of Yale University, in the year that Mars introduced the peanut M&M, related in name to the birthplace of Mr. Ransom in 'Birdman of Alcatraz' (1962)?
108970. What name do an American WWII can opener and American WWII airplane share with a German WWII handgun?
108971. An American fighter plane, an American can opener, and a fountain pen all share what name?
108972. Which plane had a longer wing span, the B-36 or B-52?
108973. Which bomb is affectionately known as a "daisy cutter"?
108974. What type of weapon is a GAU-8?
108975. Is it true that an armadillo crosses a creek by walking submerged across the bottom?
108976. What was the status of women during the time of Classical Greece?
108977. Is anyone still alive from the original 1939 movie 'The Wizard of Oz'?
108978. When did people first start drinking skim milk?
108979. Who said, "A bank will lend money to those who can prove they don't need it"?
108980. Which African male monkey is well known for its distinctive call?
108981. 'La Tortilla Espanola' is another name for what?
108983. In ancient Rome, a soldier in charge of 100 men was known as what?
108985. What is Robin Knox-Johnston's claim to fame?
108986. When were the first circus balloons made, and by whom?
108987. What day of the week was Hayden Christensen born on?
108988. In what Star Wars episode does Yoda say something like, "There is no try, only do or do not," and what is the direct quote?
108989. On what date is "World Leprosy Day" observed?
108990. On what date is "Human Rights Day" observed?
108991. In simple words can someone please explain why the United States dropped bombs on Japan after the end of World War II?
108992. Which cells in our body have the least generative power?
108993. What do we call the device which is used to locate the submerged objects under sea?
108994. Is Mullah Omar alive?
108995. In which silent movie fantasy does the hero cross the Valley of Fire, the Valley of Monsters, the Cavern of Enchanted Trees, and swim to the Bottom of the Sea and win the Princess?
108996. How is a Gemma Arterton role in the twenty-second James Bond film related in name to a 1990 hit by Candy Flip ?
108997. Which of the 13 members of The Legion of Doom beat Kyle Rayner in the JLA watchtower?
108998. How is the third President of Deere & Company related in name to the kid lit phenom who penned 'Thud! The Whisperer'?
108999. She?s evil and not just high school evil. But whilst in high school in The Sunshine State her thievery got her banned from Wal-Mart for life. Who is this gilded butterfly and for a bonus point, why would I call her a gilded butterfly anyway?