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Questions From Oct 06 09
109502. Which club has appeared in four FA Cup finals but never won the Trophy?
109503. To date, what are the top ten North American drama TV series?
109504. What is the origin of the phrase "just desserts"?
109505. What color skin do polar bears have?
109506. What are the names of the 72 geotic demons?
109508. In what US states are prison inmates allowed to vote?
109509. Is there any particular practical reason why pigs apparently enjoy rolling in mud?
109510. Where in England do they organise an annual cheese rolling competition?
109511. Before the United States bombed Tokyo with B25s in World War II, when had the Japanese mainland been most recently attacked?
109512. How are Gregory House's shirts wrinkled for filming?
109513. Do Nintendo's Mario and Luigi have a surname?
109514. Where is the Santa Clara Volcano?
109515. Where is the Santa Clara Rock Formation?
109516. What was the former name of Santa Clara, New Mexico?
109517. How many dead and injured at the Battle of Santa Clara, California in 1847?
109518. How many dead and injured at the Battle of Santa Clara, Cuba in 1958?
109519. What happens to the cheese(s) at the end of a "Cheese Rolling" competition?
109520. What ancient Greek settlement with a remarkable ship-bridge across the Euphrates is now a famous archeological site in Turkey and happens to have the same name as a certain figure of speech referring to a somewhat odd "jointure"?
109521. Which one of her songs does Donna Summer refuse to perform today?
109522. Who told Izzy the stories about gangsters staying at White Bear Lodge?
109523. Diane Kruger has starred in which Quentin Tarantino film?
109524. Brittany Murphy starred with rapper Eminem in which film?
109526. How many songs are in Andrew Lloyd Webber?s Cats?
109527. During the first half of the 20th century, cruisers of the United States Navy were named for large and medium size cities in the United States. One USN cruiser, however, was named for the capital of a foreign country. What was the name of this ship and why was it so named?
109528. In the Scottish comic strip "Oor Wullie," who was the class swot?
109529. Nu-jazz/broken beat artist Dominic Stanton AKA Domu also records under a moniker that is a permutation of Domu. Which name is it?
109530. During the infamous Waco siege in 1993, how did the Branch Davidian members replenish their water supplies?
109531. Who is the first recording artist to have a #1 album in five consecutive decades?
109532. Are all pitbulls mutts?
109534. All Esperanto nouns end in what?
109535. In which galaxy is planet Earth?
109536. Which English king invented a candle clock?
109537. Where does the expression ?Pound of Flesh? originate?
109538. What is the only inanimate symbol among the Western Zodiac signs?
109539. Which active glacier is advancing about a foot a day?
109540. When did scientists document the fastest ever retreat of a glacier, and which glacier set the record?
109541. What code name for Hitler was used in the Warsaw ghetto?
109542. How many talking animals are mentioned in the Bible?
109543. On which glacier did a leading American director film a critical flop that starred an Oscar-winning (Not for THAT film!) British actor?
109544. A shofar can not be made from the horn of one specific animal for good reason. What is this animal and what is the good reason?
109545. What US college football stadiums can seat over 100,000?
109546. What other countries besides the US has a swine flu vaccine out for the public?
109547. Can blind people have visual dreams?
109548. Who paid the legal fee for Peter Eastman Jr. to change his name?
109549. What is the oldest consolidated city-county in the USA?
109550. How much prize money is awarded in the Kuskokwim 300?
109551. Where and why is the Devil's Slide Tunnel being built?
109552. What US state has the highest percentage of land owned by the government?
109553. Which two footballers appeared in the Scottish cup final for Gretna against Hearts in 2006, having previously played in the final 15 years earlier?
109554. How can we destroy DNA?
109555. All the DNAs of a man contain same information?
109556. What is a neural tube?
109557. What is the other name of oleum?
109558. Regarding "The Cynthia Corbett Gallery presents Hypochondriac," who is the artist and what is the biological experiment that she created?
109560. What is Pink Ivory and what is the name derivation?
109562. What is the difference between monopoly and monopsony?
109563. What change was made in the song "Hatikvah" before it became the national anthem of Israel?
109564. Which was the first place in Jamaica, that has electricity and what's the name of the town?
109565. Is the word "trapeze" only used in the acrobatic sense, or is there a sedentary usage?
109566. Which "leading American director", as some of questionable consciousness have deemed him, has been named the reincarnation of a 17th century Buddhist Tertön named Chungdrag Dorje?
109567. You've already been to Michigan. If you wanted to see Hell freeze over again, where else would you go?
109568. A musketeer was running near the chateau when he suddenly exclaimed "ha-ha!" and fell. What happened to him?
109569. Which footballer was transfered for £7 million in 2004 and £6 million in 2007 and on each occasion left a 'United' to sign for another 'United'?
109570. What is the new island and how was it made?
109571. A 19th century Anglo-American asked the Navajo to identify the people who had built the now-ruined settlements found in the Four Corners region.
What was the Navajo response and what did it mean?
109572. What is a chocoholic?
109573. In what year was Irn-Bru first made?
109574. According to the Talmud, what animals are immune to the effects of the evil eye?
109575. I was once taught a simple method for calculating distance using geometry. For example you can estimate the width of a river by selecting a point on the opposite bank. Can anybody out there help me remember how this is done?
109576. What is the condition called that when you are born your legs are stuck together?
109577. Do we still get $200 when we pass go or is it more now?
109578. In which countries is the niqab outlawed?
109579. Was Rio de Janeiro ever the capital of Portugal?
109580. When was the Taj Mahal built?
109581. In German, what is Die Buribunken?
109582. Who created the first idiom?
109583. What countries border Zambia?
109584. Your epiglottis moves during breathing. What is this function called and how is it also known?
109585. Who was the first astronomer to discover other galaxies, other than the Milky Way?
109586. What is the aptly named line of California wines produced by a leading American director?
109587. What TV icon is about to appear naked on the cover of Playboy, November, 2009?
109588. In German, what is Die Blaue Blume?
109589. What's NASA about to do with a 2.2-ton rocket and why?
109590. Who were the heirs of Luis Carlos de Noronha Cabral da Camara?
109591. Has there ever been an authenticated case of an orca attacking a human?
109592. How did comic strip writer Alfred Gerald Caplin sign his work?
109593. What popular Broadway play featured Rebecca Nurse, Abigail and Judge Danforth?
109594. What was the TV show on which Amy Moore was the very first to quickly strike it rich?
109595. Who was Chis-chilling-begay?
109596. What are the words to "Me 'N' Fat Boy" by Mac Davis?
109597. Did Lia Fail?
109598. Is there more than one species of caribou?
109599. Which secret agency does Perry the Platypus work for? What is his code name?
109600. What is Maddie's full name in The Suite Life of Zack and Cody?
109602. What popular US sitcom has featured a guest appearance from Hugh Laurie?
109603. Has there ever been an authenticated case of an orca in the wild (not in captivity) attacking a human?
109605. What television show marked Benji?s (Higgins) debut?
109606. Zimmerman?s iconic video for Subterranean Homesick Blues featured cue cards synchronized to the tune. Of the authors of these cue cards, which person attended art school in Beantown?
109607. What did Rokeach?s book ?The Three Christs of Ypsilanti? conclude?
109608. Morrissey wrote of a protagonist with ?with (her) jean belt wrapped around (her) arm and a needle pressed onto tight skin?. How is this related to a sobriquet of Cheryl Barldinger?
109609. How is the name of the man giving up The King?s army-era locks to auction related in name to a female employee of Sergeant William "Bill" Crowley?
109610. Are voltage and emf the same things?
109611. In the 2000 horror film Final Destination, what is interesting about the characters' names?
109612. What sitting US presidents have won the Nobel peace prize?
109613. What is "hairspray" in Italian?
109614. Which former Scottish international footballer, who managed 14 different football cllubs, was known by the nickname 'The Doc'?
109615. Starting at the #1 ranked film on the 10th anniversay AFI Top 100 Films list and going down, this director is the first to have 3 films ranked, leading American directors such as Chaplin and Scorsese?
109616. Starting at the #1 ranked film on the 10th anniversay AFI Top 100 Films list and going down, this director is the first to have 4 films ranked, leading American directors such as Capra, Coppola and Seagal?
109617. Starting at the #1 ranked film on the 10th anniversay AFI Top 100 Films list and going down, which leading American director is the first to have 2 films ranked?
109618. Which leading American director's first two films both made the AFI's 2007 10th Anniversary Top 100 Films list?
109619. Which two countries jointly hold the record for most copa America wins with 14 each?
109620. Have Nana Mouskouri and Julio Iglesias ever been linked romantically?
109621. In the 2nd version of A-Ha's video "Take on Me" (that features rotoscoping), what is the bad guy's motorcycle number?
109622. How many films were made from Resident Evil?
109623. How many games are in Castlevania?
109624. What four-letter word might be understood as referring to a type of beer when used in Germany, but could sound as referring to a castle when used in Latvia?
109625. In what language does "maize" stand for "bread"?
109626. Why is there no Nobel prize for math?
109627. Does anyone yet know the valuable game pieces in the new McDonald Monopoly game? (U.S. Oct - Nov)
109628. What was the largest armada of war planes ever amassed in combative flight at one time?
109629. Is there really such a thing as a "throw-away" cellular phone? The phones must both call in and call out.
109630. What is the new fun way to lose weight in Sweden?
109631. What breed are "Velcro cats," and why are they nicknamed that?
109632. How did the term "jaywalking" come about? Was some poor soul named Jay the first to get cited for it?
109633. What does a sale of used merchandise being sold by normal people have to do with fleas; meaning why call it a flea market?
109634. For what reason did Jesse McCartney write the song 'How Do You Sleep'?
109635. In an article titled "Nobel Peace Prize Myths, Explained," CBS News states, "- Myth: The prize is awarded to recognize efforts for peace, human rights and democracy only after they have proven successful. More often, the prize is awarded to encourage those who receive it to see the effort through, sometimes at critical moments." What does Alfred Nobel's will say about that?
109636. What is the name of the man who built a castle in Portland, Oregon in 1892?
109637. Who carved the Tomb of Maurice de Saxe?
109638. Which grocery store was founded in Memphis, Tennessee in 1916 by Clarence Saunders?
109639. What is the nickname of the founding Grateful Dead member who played keyboards?
109640. From which song are the following lyrics, "Now in darkness world stops turning, as the war machine keeps burning"?
109641. What does the inside of a hot water tank look like?
109642. What is the name of the TV show where three brothers are on their world tour, but stunts don't go right?
109643. According to Forbes business magazine in 2007, which footballer was the highest paid in the Premiership at that time?
109644. What is the purpose of the blunt bulb on an enterotome?
109645. For what reason was Natalia Goncharova tried on pornography charges in a Moscow civil court?
109646. The author of the column ?The Death of Captain Waskow? had a famous cousin that was wounded in the battle of Guadalcanal. Who was this person (the latter)?
109647. How is the show known in Spain as Doctor Mateo related in name to the physician of Shatner?s ?Robert Wilson??
109648. What is the shoe size of the November 2009 Playboy cover model?
109649. All together, how many Barbie films are there?
109651. When a nuclear weapon explodes, on average, how long does the mushroom cloud last?
109653. What did the Barbary pirates use as cannon fodder to discourage the French fleet during a naval bombardment?
109654. Is Concord grape juice fattening?
109655. What causes dead fish to stink so bad?
109656. Is it true that there is a small village in Karnataka, India named "Mattur," where the majority of the people speak Sanskrit?
109657. Where are the headquarters of UNESCO?
109659. Where are the headquarters of WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature)?
109660. Which country is the largest producer of milk in the world?
109661. In describing a postage stamp, what is meant by square, rounded, and perpendicular corners?
109662. Who was the first Chicogoan to win the Nobel Peace Prize?
109664. If Harry Potter was real, according to the information in the last book, Deathly Hallows, how old would Harry be now (2009)?
109665. According to a recent Marist College poll, what word do Americans consider to be the most annoying?
109666. How deep is the Marianas Trench exactly?
109667. How many All-Americans has the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill had in football?
109668. As many times as I have seen the movie "The Great Escape," I have never caught Hilts, Steve McQueen's character, as having a first name. Does he have one in the movie?
109669. What day was Circus Day on the TV show "The Mickey Mouse Club?"
109670. Who was the non-member of the Beach Boys sang the vocals on their hit Barbara Ann?
109671. When did the US Postal service stop making Air Mail stamps?
109672. Everybody's heard of Alaska's infamous "Bridge to Nowhere." Actually, Alaska already had one, even though that's not it appellation. Of course, it used to go somewhere, back a hundred years ago. Where is it, and what is it called? And why did Alaska spend millions of dollars to fix it?
109673. Who has the highest George Score?
109674. What fire in the USA burned the most acreage?
109675. Which US automobile used the coat of arms of the Prince of Wales on its hub caps and radiator emblem?
109676. How can the name of the last person to refuse a Supreme Court (USA) appointment after he had already been confirmed by the U.S. Senate be connected to The Tramp's trousers?
109677. Is there a word for misunderstanding words to a song? Such as, "I got two chickens with parrot eyes" instead of "I got two tickets to paradise"?
109678. Who is the principal conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra?
109679. Which Real Madrid striker equalled Real legend Hugo Sanchez's record of scoring in seven consecutive matches, when he scored against Real Zaragoza in 2007?
109680. What happened to Wembley Stadium's famous twin towers?
109681. Can you name the four English football clubs in the top four divisions whose names start and end with the same letter?
109682. Which Ukranian footballer who played for Dynamo Kiev, Ipswich and St Johnstone, became the first player from the Soviet Union to play in British football when he moved from Kiev to Portman Road in 1988?
109683. Is Viva La Bam married?
109684. A chronicler of some importance, he is also remembered as the perpetrator of what now seems like a bit of rather obvious forgery. The acceptance of this was local but long lasting, a not very peaceful sounding but quite innocent saint being at the centre of all this. Who were the saint and the forger, and how is there a (tenuous) connection between the forger and hobbits?
109685. David James replaced Robert Green yesterday after the West Ham keeper was sent off against Ukraine?
How many caps has David James now won?
109686. Was Canadian whiskey popular in the US before prohibition?
109687. Is it true that goats milk is naturally homogenized and the cream does not rise to the top as does cows milk?
109688. Has anyone ever turned down a Nobel prize?
109689. Why does our body produce mucus?
109690. How is the birth of the pugilist known as ?The Golden Boy? related to the Angolan National anthem?
109691. What country produces the most licorice?
109692. How is the line ?The red-breast whistles from a garden-croft? related in name to the alleged blackmailer of ?Alexander Scott? in 1965?s I Spy?
109693. How was David Keith?s role in the show that asked ?what happens when all-female Baxter College goes co-ed?" related in name to the 2009 album Food for the Moon?
109694. Whose 1973 funeral was the bearer of patent number D219584 a pallbearer at?
109695. What causes what seems to be an increase in mucus when a person has a cold?
109696. Have the NY Bills, Rangers and Yankees all won on the same day before, and if so when?
109697. You are in an Egyptian tomb, looking at the horizontal lines of beautiful hieroglyphs. You are struck by noticing that all the ducks and women face left, while the ibises and men face right. The glyphs are carved into limestone, and are filled with coloured paste. Why should you be suspicious?
109698. In the US, is the day after Thanksgiving a holiday, or are people, except for retail merchants, expected to be back at school and/or work?
109699. Was there an addition added to UNC's Wilson Hall in Greeley, Colorado?
109700. Where is the tomb of the unknown soldier?
109701. Currently what is the big threat to the mitten industry?
109702. When was the Mexican comedian George Lopez born?
109703. Exactly how many people live in the world?
109704. What was the first country in the world named?
109705. He was born in what is now Poland, was a student of Immanuel Kant's in what is now Russia, became a teacher in what is now Latvia, met and befriended Johann Wolfgang Goethe in what is now France, and in spite of all those "foreign influences" was the person who most strongly urged the Germans to "spew out" French and speak their own mother tongue. Who is he?
109706. At various times there have been four English Football League clubs with the letter X in their name. Which ones were they?
109708. What is the name of the episode in "The Simpsons" where Bart is camping with Homer? They are sat around the campfire telling scary stories and Bart, with a flashlight to his face, says: "...and that is how much it will cost to send Lisa to college."
109709. Did Liechtenstein have any involvement in World War 2?
109710. Did Monaco have any involvement in World War 2?
109711. Did San Marino have any involvement in World War 2?
109712. Did Andorra have any involvement in World War 2?
109713. Did the Axis Powers have any plans on how they were going to divide the world up if they were victorious in World War 2?
109714. How many places in the world are there for the Space Shuttle to make emergency landings?
109718. What was the "blanket protest"?
109719. 100,000 people showed up for the funeral of Bobby Sands. Why didn't his sister Bernadette attend?
109720. How big can sand be before it is too big to be called sand?
109721. Can green sand be found anywhere on Earth?
109722. What is the name for someone who collects sand as a hobby?
109723. According to Judge Gray what were the medical dangers associated with the Relaxacisor?
109724. How is Michael Wayne Hutcheson related in name to Jozef De Veuster ?
109725. What actor appeared in the video for ?Wonderful Night? and will soon lend his voice talents to Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel?
109726. How is the debut album by Valensi, Fraiture and Casablancas related in name to October 28 (2009) release by a co-writer of ?We Are the World??
109727. Of the colours seen on the Olympic flag, which one(s) are not mentioned in the national anthem of Djibouti?
109728. How many man-made objects are circling the earth?
109729. What is a credit hustler?
109730. Who was the person last seen alive by Megan Marshack?
109731. Who once said, "I am crazy in love with Omar and I have told Elliott about it!"?
109732. In what way was there anything "miraculous" in a medieval "Court of Miracles"?
109733. How many US States make up the part of America known as New England?
109734. Why aren't you supposed to get creases in Air Force 1s?
109735. Are Peg Entwistle (the famous Hollywood sign) and John Entwistle (The Who) related?
109736. How many songs are enlisted on the cd 'Songs Not to Get Married to'?
109737. How many different colors of flags across the globe are there?
109738. You can't "foul out" in baseball. Who has the record for the most 3-2 hit foul balls in a row, at a single at bat, and when was it done?
109739. Are baseball's Jackie Robinson and Frank Robinson related in any way?
109740. "Citizen Kane" starred and was directed by the same man. What other movies did this same dynamic occur in?
109741. Did William Randolph Hearst and Orson Welles ever meet?
109742. Situated by a cold river--or at least near several--on Columbus Day weekend this town hosts an annual festival congregated around a house of worship. What town?
109743. Are there any vegeterian spiders?
109744. What is the basic difference between isopropal alcohol and isopropyl alcohol?
109745. What is the structure of isopropyl alcohol?
109746. Is DNA soluble in isopropyl alcohol?
109747. According to folklore, what does it mean when you see a spider on Halloween?
109749. If you are an American, what are your chances of being killed by a terrorist compared to your chances of being struck by lightning?
109750. Which of the world's lakes have the greatest number of different species?
109751. Which current Major League Baseball umpire has ejected the most people?
109752. In the Geico commercial with the talking pothole that has the southern accent, who is the voice of the pothole?
109753. What is xerosis?
109754. What is the usual cure for xerosis?
109755. The Kwok brothers built a hotel/restaurant/museum. It is the first time a life size representation of what ancient conveyance has been built?
109756. Are George Clooney and Debbie Boone related?
109757. How did the H1N1 virus get the nickname the "Swine flu"?
109758. What is "Obey Giant" about?
109759. Do all people have the same amount of fat cells?
109760. Who did Jason Bateman marry?
109761. 'The Russian shoe banger' was who?
109762. Why does it seem windier in a city?
109763. Which leader or pioneer 'snatched the milk'?
109764. What do you call the body art technique that involves skin stripping?
109765. What is the name of the U.S President's helicopter?
109766. Which city hosted the first World's Fair?
109767. What are the lines of latitude and longitude called?
109768. Which part of the human body is mostly affected by typhoid?
109769. When we do physical work, what stores in our muscles to make them feel tired?
109770. Why is a pound cake called a pound cake when it doesn't even weigh a pound in the store when you buy it?
109771. What waterway did Dwight Eisenhower and Queen Elizabeth open in 1959?
109772. What did Czechoslovakian Jan Palach do to himself in 1969 to protest the Russian occupation?
109773. Why is Norway in charge of the Nobel Peace Prize and not Sweden who handles the other five Nobel prizes?
109774. Why did New Zealand change from imperial to metric currency?
109775. What was the name of the product on TV, not radio, that first sponsored Captain Midnight?
109776. What was the first that Mother Seton achieved on September 14, 1975?
109777. How many families produced two or more saints?
109778. It wasn't a fiddlehead by any means as it swam in the icy sea. It's distinction lies in who dealt it a fatal blow. Who did?
109779. So these two guys are offended and decide to duel it out. They sing out insults to each other as spectators applaud and ultimately decide the winner. Where would this have taken place?
109780. How old is Chris Robertson, lead singer of Black Stone Cherry?
109781. Was the 2001 Nebraska zoo event, a genuine case of parthenogenisis?
109782. Apart from Susanna's Secret, are there any other operas where the heroine is a secret smoker?
109784. In the Thomas the Tank Engine books, does anybody know what is the French name for James?
109785. Which college lineman was the first winner of the Lombardi Award?
109786. What song was the first hit in the 1970s for the Four Tops?
109787. Who was issued a patent in 1869 for the adjustable pipe wrench?
109788. Which Army general was known as "Vinegar Joe"?
109789. What character was Justin Scheller in "A League of Their Own"?
109790. When a pathologist is dealing with a cadaver, is the body considered a patient?
109791. What was the Taj Mahal built for?
109792. What language is Winaray?
109793. A captain died today, what branch did he serve in?
109794. The most important reserve currencies are the US Dollar, the Euro and the Pound Sterling. Which is the fourth most important?
109795. What is Kerguelen cabbage, and where can it be bought?
109796. What is a round-robin tournament, and why is it called so?
109797. What is the name of the observation that people often do and believe things because many other people do and believe the same things?
109798. From where comes the word Karate?
109799. In what movie did Reese's Pieces score a major marketing victory over M&Ms?
109800. What's the head of a fiddle called?
109801. What is the largest type of crane bird found in Colorado?
109802. How many casinos are located in Colorado?
109803. Is there evidence that General George Patton was murdered?
109806. Which bizarre proposal, regarding the outcome of matches, did the Football League board consider in 2007?
109807. How did the word "earmarked" come about? Did people used to mark things with their ears?
109808. Denis Law achieved what first in 1970?
109809. In John Le Carre novels, what is "circus" a reference to?
109810. Which current Major League Baseball player, as of the end of the '09 season, has played the longest in the majors without ever appearing in a World Series?
109811. What happened to the anti-smoking protestor who hijacked the Fourth Plinth Project once it had started?
109812. What is Pablo Picasso's full name?
109813. What was the last meal of Megamouth 41?
109814. Who was the first foreign yokozuna?
109815. Is there an agency or commission that oversees the use and distribution of area codes?
109816. Is it possible I saw a license plate shaped like a bear?
109817. What is the story behind the song Villemann og Magnhild? (og = and)
109818. What connection is there between what sounds like a very heavy dirigible's greatest hit, and 267 and 619?
109819. Child-proof lighters, what brought them about and where did they go?
109820. How did a runaway balloon and a little boy with a lot of explaining to do make news?
109822. How is the working title ?Headcheese? related to the author of ?Islands at the Edge of Time, A Journey to America?s Barrier Islands??
109823. One lady had Penniman ?believin' and deceivin', it's drivin' me to grievin' now?. How is this lass related in name to the child of the ladybug, ladybug who (flew) away home?
109824. How is the zodiacal sign of Quebec?s twenty-third Premier related to the 1968 track "Song to the Magic Frog (Will You Ever Know)"?
109825. The Linnet carried the link, the bull tolled the bell and the Rook acted as parson. How is the creature that killed the main character related in name to the man who preceded Mackenzie Bowell to the highest office in his land?
109826. What was Rudolph Valentino's real full name?
109827. One child has far to go. Another is bonny and blithe and yet another is fair of face. How is Dies Cinerum related to the child full of woe?
109828. Whose foil did Dimwit Dog become on TV?
109829. Can you get pimples on the inside of your eyelids?
109831. What are some common household liquids with the same pH level, 4 or 5 would be nice?
109832. In mph, at what rate of speed does the human brain send and receive information?
109833. What work by the great Hunter S. Thompson is subtitled "Strange Tales from a Strange Time Gonzo Papers Volume 1"?
109834. Who were the two Anglo-Irish women who at the end of the 18th century,somewhat shocked the world by their unusual style of living together somewhere in Wales, and whose type of "near-marriage" is sometimes described with a reference to a town in Massachusetts?
109835. Which footballer played his 1000th club game against Brighton and Hove Albion in the 1996/97 season and retired at the end of that season at the age of 47?
109836. In the movie "The Sting", who plays the bodyguard who saves Hooker?
109837. In the movie "The Invention of Lying", what is the name of the facility where Mark's mother resides?
109838. What sort of Euro has absolutely nothing to do with Europe?
109839. How did President Obama respond when asked why some people hate him?
109840. Some birds lay their eggs in birds of a different breed's nest to be raised; what are these type of birds called?
109841. Why did Thomas Hardy give up writing novels?
109842. Mark Bannister became the last man to do what?
109843. Was Tommy Bolin buried wearing the ring that Jimi Hendrix wore the day he died?
109844. The day after Jimi Hendrix died, Tommy Bolin and Zephyr were in Electric Lady Studio and played some Hendrix songs. I'm trying to find out if Tommy played his own guitar or Jimi's?
109845. What is Bonnie Jo Mason's real name and what song was her first single?
109846. What was Mickey Rooney's first "talkie'?
109847. Besides Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, do any other married couples have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
109848. What did Bailey's wife sell, when he died in 1906?
109849. What is the name for those banners which appear on the lower part of the TV screen, often on newscasts, which many times occupy as much as a third of the screen?
109850. When was the first instance of someone being caught using performance enhancing drugs?
109851. When was the most recent UFO sighting and where?
109852. Why don't the baseball team players for the New York Yankees wear their name on the back of their uniforms like most other teams?
109853. Where did 7 year old Roger Woodward survive a major fall in 1960?
109854. How did the term benchmark originate and what does it really mean?
109856. Of the Oak Ridge Boys, which one has the really long gray hair and beard?
109858. What was Tim Berners-Lee?s claim to fame?
109859. Who said: "Nobody loves life like him that is growing old?"
109860. ?Per Ardua ad Astra? is the motto of what or whom?
109862. In Greek mythology, who is the messenger of the god?
109863. If a picture is worth a thousand words, and each frame of a film is a picture, approximately how many words are equivalent to a 90 minute film?
109864. Tonight, October 17, 2009, what first will occur on SNL?
109865. Which English Premier League player controversially crossed his wrists as if he'd been handcuffed when he scored a league goal last season, 2008-09?
109866. With xerosis, are nails also affected?
109867. Why and for who did a famous Adam write "The Jeu de Robin et Marion"?
109868. Unusual for a politically satirical cartoon strip, it got published in two dailies regarded as on opposite sides of the political scene. There was one illustrator, but a succession of writers (mostly well known in other fields). In the days before political correctness, they could get away with the name the evil genius character bore. Which strip, who the evil genius, and who the very unaristocratic but gloriously named 'witch'?
109869. Whose daughter was Queen Maria of Romania?
109870. A pair but not a couple, of probably one, not two, they've been separated now for over two centuries. One studies the stars and the other the earth by the artist's trademark window light. Different but complementary spheres are featured in each. Who made them? (the spheres)
109871. Where is Gimli?
109872. When did National Geographic stop using Elmer Bernstein's amazing theme and why did they stop using it?
109873. Did "The Office US" creators pay the original creators of the "Wedding to Forever" for rights to copy their dance?
109874. Besides putting 40,000 US troops in Afghanistan, and keeping the status quo, what other reasonable option is there for a plan in Afghanistan?
109875. Why do they call themselves "National Geographic" if they're international?
109876. What is the full ceremonial name of Bangkok and in combination of which languages?
109877. What is the origin of the name Eskimo?
109878. How many Athabaskan languages are there?
109879. In which of any recognized country, is Esperanto an official language?
109880. What is the Peripatetic school?
109881. How do you distinguish a moth from a butterfly?
109882. What is "the tragedy of the commons"?
109883. What is the Euclidean space?
109884. What is the world's largest ghost town?
109885. What is the meaning of "single tree, double tree" when referring to something on a farm?
109886. What is the actual difference between a doctor and a physician?
109887. Which of the mass merchandisers such as Walmart, Target and K-Mart, have the most stores nationally in the U.S., and which of the departmant stores such as Macys, Penneys and Sears have the most stores nationally in the U.S.?
109888. Did Hitler make any public statements in reaction to the Hindenburg disaster?
109889. I'm looking for a painting of a toy duck in a sailor suit, circa. 1900. It's a little yellow duck (if I can recall) in a blue sailor suit, and is hung in some sort of British gallery. Any ideas?
109890. What is the name of one of the restaurants participating in this year?s Tour De Champagne Chicago event?
109895. Has there ever been a documented case of someone permanently disappearing into a ghost town?
109896. What are the penalties for wearing women?s attire at Morehouse College?
109897. How are Wittmaack-Ekbom's syndrome and zugunruhe related in name?
109898. How is the moniker of a hurricane from the 1966 Atlantic hurricane season related in name to Clemens?siren Laura Hawkins?
109899. Which muppet, who made a pioneer appearance in print with The Sesame Street Circus of Opposites, suffers from gargalesthesia?
109900. How is ?Born Jaundiced? related to Paul Schaeffer?s self-professed favourite song?
109901. How did they come up with the boxing kangaroo?
109902. How many cities are there in the world?
When was the last eclipse in America?
109904. What is the longest word in the world?
109905. Who was Zeus's wife?
109906. What is the richest town in the world?
109907. Named in honour of President Herbert Hoover, where would you find the White House Hotel?
109908. What was the name of the zombie flick, from the 80's, where the zombies are created from an acid rain falling on a graveyard adjacent to the crematorium that is unknowingly creating the acid rain by burning the remains of soldiers infected by a top secret government chemical weapon? As I remember it, the heroes were punkers.
109909. What kind of tree was Tom Dooley hung from?
109910. What is Peggy Lee Snyder's more famous moniker, later in life?
109911. What was Doctor Tupperman's specialty on the Bob Newhart Show?
109912. What is the difference between communism and dictatorship?
109913. What were the suspensions and fines handed out to the riders and team officials who were involved with the Festina Affair?
109914. Which was the oldest pre-Roman fortified settlement in the Benelux?
109915. Is it true that during World War 2 there was a Soviet tank factory located so close to the front lines that tanks were driven directly into combat after leaving the assembly lines, sometimes without even being painted?
109916. How can the loss of ascorbic acid be reduced when preparing fruits and vegetables?
109917. What is the difference between a chrysalis and a cocoon?
109918. What NASCAR driver drove Chevy Impala #711?
109919. What is the name of the Polynesian god of eels?
109920. What kind of fish did Hemingway's "Old Man" catch?
109921. Who was Meshach's and Abednego's friend?
109922. How were the athletes punished in Operacion Peurto, not including the cyclists?
109923. Rush Limbaugh has been accused of making racist statements about Donovan McNabb; what were these statements?
109924. Which chief god had the sacred name number 50 and what was his Cosmological role?
109925. Which is the largest mangrove forest in the world and where is it located?
109926. The reverse of the Great Seal of the US, which is shown on the back of the one dollar bill, has a picture of an incomplete pyramid on it. What do incomplete pyramids have to do with the US?
109927. What is the character name shared by the movies "The Big Lebowski," "Zorro, The Gay Blade" and "Platoon?"
109928. To date, what is the most lopsided score ever tallied during an NFL football game?
109929. What was the name of the first feature-length animated film?
109930. Does the UK still mint half pence coins, if not, when was the last time?
109931. Who is the first recorded woman in history to be named Penelope?
109932. On the Hawaiian Islands, are there more Japanese-Americans or more Chinese-Americans?
109933. What letter is the cake marked with in the kids game pat-a-cake?
109934. What city did Harold Philby, the high ranking British Intelligence agent, consider home in 1964?
109935. How many people flew across the Atlantic before Charles Lindbergh?
109936. What do the yiddish words 'vemen bares du' mean in English?
109937. What is interesting about the character of Nancy Bellicec from 1978's "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," the character of Valerie Shenkman from the 2005-2006 TV series "Invasion" and the character of Wendy Lenk in "The Invasion," the 2007 movie remake?
109938. What is myocardial degeneration?
109939. Which English Premier League owner, donated £5 million to the national portrait gallery in London in 2008, its largest ever single donation?
109940. Is flatulence forbidden in an Islamic mosque?
109941. How much did the very issue of Playboy with Marilyn Monroe cost?
109942. What quiz show did Professor Bergen Evans write the questions for?
109943. Which performer, with a movie already scheduled for production in 2010, will achieve 10 consecutive decades with film roles, the first 9 all having starring roles?
109944. If the time Eastern Standard is 12:20 PM, what time is it in Caracas, Venezuela?
109945. Does the salad dressing Thousand Island have something to do with the chain of islands between USA and Canada?
109946. When was the first Gallup Poll made?
109947. Who invented field hockey?
109948. Who were "the Hollywood ten"?
109949. What is the Almagest?
109950. So did they find water on the moon, if so, do they how much there could be?
109951. How is Lillian Forever related in name to a sobriquet of the Union Cemetery?
109952. What lyric from The Barenaked Ladies? song mentioning snickers, Aquaman and Sailor Moon is biduous?
109953. How is Harry Sherman Bonner related to the conclusion reached by the second of six men of Indostan?
109954. In 1979 it featured 'Sparky' Sparks from ?Skin Deep? and the author of ?Call Me Anna?. What was this filipendulous flick?
109955. What should one do after drawing an X on the cup at the Laveau-Glapion tomb?
109956. Who is Harris Glenn Milstead also known as?
109957. What does La Paz mean in english?
109958. What has Target just done to undermine Walmart and Amazon?
109959. What are different types of nails diseases?
109961. When you spin a ball on a string in a centrifugal motion, why is the direction "towards the center" because when you spin it, its just a circle not going in?
109962. 92-year-old Jane Bockstruck recently did something daring, but doesn't remember it. What was it?
109963. Woody Woodpecker appeared in several movies made by which sci-fi producer?
109964. What is the Grand Mesa?
109965. Do all US states have a bicameral legislature?
109966. Do Niceville, Fl and Swansboro, NC each have a festival that celebrates the same haircut? Something seems fishy!
109967. What record did Ryan Howard of the Phillies tie last night?
109968. Where is the world's biggest flock of domestic flamingos?
109969. Spurs ended their Arsenal jinx with an emphatic 5-1 victory in January 2008. How many years had it been since they'd last beaten them?
109970. What was the main reason that the United States needed a Constitution?
109972. How do you say "You are stupid" in German?
109973. What actor played the same character in over 60 feature films?
109974. Somewhat related to a member of "The Partridge Family," this mother and three daughters sport like-themed tattoos. Who are they?
109975. How do you say "I hate you" in German?
109976. Which eventual Super Bowl Champion suffered the worst regular season loss during the same season? (lost by the most points)
109977. Why is mercury poisonous?
109978. 20-October-2009: In the NFL, how many teams are now 6-0?
109979. What originally Italian firearms company has been owned and run by the same family since its foundation in the fifteenth century, produced weaponry for Napoleon's army, Mussolini's troops
and after World War II started producing pistols for the U.S. military?
109980. Who was the only participant in the Olympic Games ever to win a medal at age 72, and in what discipline did he do so?
109981. What does Dr stand for in the name of the type of airplane flown by the Red Baron Rittmeister Freiherr
von Richthofen when he was brought down on 21 April 1918 near Vaux-sur-Somme in France?
109982. In what language is a tycoon a "great lord"?
109983. What Viennese actress featured as well in the first performance of Kurt Weill's "Dreigroschenoper" as in the second James Bond film "From Russia with Love"?
109984. An unusual way for a composer to get to know his future wife - she was sent to row him over a lake. There's no record of the colour of the lake, but there's one colour it was unlikely to be - but that came later. (A herald might dispute a part of that statement.) The wife, who married her passenger twice, is much better known by a name not her original one. Who was she, who did she become, and why did her husband's best known collaborator look better with his mouth shut (and why is this somewhat ironic)?
109985. A museum has just realized that they have been displaying a fake artifact. What museum is this and what item?
109986. What cities are the legislative, executive, judicial and administrative capitals of South Africa?
109987. What is ice fog?
109988. What is the only US state that has a piece of land that is completely surrounded by other states?
109989. From where does the state nickname Oklahoma Sooner come from?
109990. Who was the first patient to die on the TV series "House, M.D.?"
109991. Which two popular comics both had top 10 albums in 1960?
109992. There was a woman serial killer of only men. I think the last name is spelled Wuornos. Aileen was caught, convicted and sentenced to death. Has she been executed yet? Note: Charlize Theron played her in a movie.
109993. What is Dr. House's first name on the show?
109994. Where is the Ice Hockey Hall of Fame located?
109995. Are there any electron microscopes in Pakistan?
109996. How costly is an electron microscope?
109997. According to Norse mythology, which god ruled over Valhalla?
109998. What is the plural of ?Grand Prix??
109999. What is Robert Ford's claim to fame?