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Questions From Jan 30 10
112501. Does Hayden Christensen smoke?
112502. Is the "Cairn" in the town of Glencairn, Ontario pronounced like Cairns, Australia?
112503. In Washington, D.C., there is a very old and well-known building called The Octagon. How many sides does this stately old building have?
112504. Why didn't the British burn the Octagon during the War of 1812?
112505. How much does a cubic foot of sand weigh?
112506. What is the temperature of Mammoth Cave?
112507. What 660-year-old bridge caught fire in 1993?
112508. Are Unity Pacific and Che Fu distant cousins?
112509. Who is Pepper's ghost named after?
112510. What is the official national sport of Bulgaria?
112511. Name the four cities, beginning with the letter A, that have hosted the Summer Olympics?
112512. Which team was the opponent of Manchester United when Eric Cantona launched a Kung Fu style assault on a spectator?
112513. Simon?s song ?Under African Skies? mentions only one city by name. What is the only North American sister city of the place in question?
112514. Which guest on the debut episode of The Pat Sajak Show contributed a voice to "Santo Bugito" (1995)?
112515. How is a victim of killer Russell Eugene Weston Jr. related in name to the Binney & Smith product known up until 1999 as Indian Red?
112516. How is the film title ?The Day the Screaming Stopped? related in name to UFC 99?
112517. How is the line, ?When the painted birds laugh in the shade, where our table with cherries and nuts is spread? related to a 1949 novel by the author of Pretty Mouth and Green My Eyes"(1951)?
112518. In which country did the game ice hockey originate?
112519. What is the smallest margin of victory in the Giro d'Italia?
112520. In which country was there an attempted coup by mercenaries disguised as visiting rugby players on a holiday?
112521. Is Tom Wolfe currently writing a new novel?
112522. Which African countries are currently under a dictatorship?
112523. Can elephants vomit?
112524. What was the #1 song the first week of August, 1958?
112525. Why can we be certain that the composer Guglielmo Baldini never visited Argleton?
112526. How many apples fought in World War I?
112527. In the Beatles song "Come Together," a male person is defined by a series of strange statements. Who is this person and why is he being so defined?
112528. How many championships do the Boston Celtics have as of 2010?
112529. How many times in the bible did Jesus command to love one another?
112530. Who invented the question mark?
112531. What is the difference between Record of the Year and Song of the Year?
112532. Which single word of more than five letters has the greatest number of hits on Google?
112533. A person that is consided an almoner would do or be what?
112534. What was the pilot's name who flew the first ever commercial Transatlantic airplane that carried passengers for a price, where did it take off from and what was its destination?
112535. What are 10 uses of Bag Balm?
112536. One of the days of the week has an anagram. That means that you can rearrange all the letters spelling one of the seven days of the week to spell another English word. Which day of the week is it and which English word can be spelled using all the letters which spell that day?
112538. What is a four-digit number, with four different digits, which is equal to the number formed by its digits in descending order minus the number formed by its digits in ascending order?
112539. Where did John Wilkes Booth die; and, what were his last words?
112540. Two people do the exact same exercise routine for the same amount of time. One weighs 'x' pounds and the other weighs '1.5x' pounds. Will they burn up the same amount of calories or will the other burn up 1.5x calories? Or something different?
112541. What is the difference between a barrister and a solicitor?
112542. Is Sanpaku used to tell if someone is mentally ill or physically ill? Or if they are near death?
112543. Whose bust is located outside Bieberer Berg Stadion?
112544. Moxie Cowznofski had an uncanny resemblance to which famous magazine cover guy?
112545. What English verb, for a certain way of talking sweet nonsense, may be related to the French expression "conter fleurettes," meaning to talk little flowers?
112546. Why does a soon to be released soft drink in Russia have many people angrier than a hungry Grizzly bear in Siberia?
112547. What is the average age of people in the world today?
112548. Is Pat Conroy currently writing a novel?
112549. Is the Chinese Yuan now floating?
112550. How far north can the juniper grow?
112551. How do you wiggle your ears?
112552. What are the benefits with positive parliamentarism?
112553. What happened to the daughters of Saddam Hussein?
112554. Are there bards today?
112555. Why is the Coast Guard allowed to board foreign ships, arrest people and take cargo?
112556. What are the names of the Arizona Quints?
112557. On the old TV show Gilligan's Island, what was Gilligan's first name?
112558. What happened to Josephine after Napoleon was defeated and exiled?
112559. Has Ben Stiller won or been nominated for any Oscars?
112560. Why did Antonio borrow money from Shylock in Merchant of Venice?
112561. February 1st, 2010: The Edmonton Oilers were able to win. This win signaled the end of something bad. What did the Oilers end and who was their opponent?
112563. Where did the name Waiwera come from?
112564. Where did the name Red Beach come from?
112565. What is the Kojiki?
112566. How did VW arrive at the name "Tiguan" for one their vehicles?
112567. Are any paternoster elevators in use in America?
112568. What are the Goya Awards?
112569. In which cartoon does Betty Boop sing in Japanese?
112570. Which TV detective series were based on Dick Francis books?
112571. In 2005, which county town did Santa have to leave his reindeer outside of the town, because they were a health hazzard?
112572. Who was Bonomo named after, as in the no longer available candy of the past turkish taffy?
112573. What is a factotum?
112574. Was the Fig Newton cookie named for the crator or someone else?
112575. Who are the people known as metrosexuals?
112576. When was the spiritual and physical discipline of Yoga first created?
112580. Between Japan and China, who has the better economy and which one do we trade with the most?
112582. Which state actually has the largest tabacco growing and producing industry?
112583. In what French-Pyrenean place name does the word "port" not refer to a place near the sea, but to a mountain pass?
112584. On which playing fields was the Battle of Agincourt said to have been won?
112585. Who is Angela Gheorghiu?
112586. I have a six-foot long fluorescent light. How long would it have to stay on to use the same amount of energy as that used in turning it on and off once?
112587. How did Jenny Jump State Park get its name?
112588. "The Hunters of Kentucky" is a song about which battle?
112589. Who was Lola the Cigarette Girl on 'The Morey Amsterdam Show'?
112590. What is a brickfilm?
112591. In which Three Stooges movie did a woman break Shemp's nose?
112592. What Civil War monument can be seen in Dog Patch?
112595. Is My-HiME Chinese?
112596. What is the difference between being a heretic and a protestor?
112597. How did the Hammer and Sickle originate?
112598. What are the primary ideals of Capitalism?
112599. What are the primary ideals of Communism?
112600. What does et cetera mean?
112601. In what country is it illegal to use the hammer and sickle symbol as well as the red star symbol?
112602. Are there any unclaimed territories in the world?
112603. Why are the Glass House Mountains so called?
112604. Many years ago when I worked at a radio station (c. 1989-90), we were sent a tape by a band called Bongwater and the enclosed info sheet listed the members, but not what they played. One of the members was Luke Wilson. I wonder if it was the actor brother of Owen Wilson, however the singer was a woman. Anyone know?
112605. What item of historical significance was very recently found in a vault in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?
112607. A monopoly is when there is only one seller; what is it called when there is only one buyer?
112608. A work of art was just sold for a record price. What was this piece of art, what is its new record, and what was the old record?
112609. Which Guinness heiress died of a drinks and drugs overdose at Oxford University in the 1980s?
112610. Who said she was famous first as someone's daughter, then someone's wife, and probably finally as someone's mother?
112612. What US Presidents have attended Harvard University as students; and, is this the most attended school by US Presidents?
112613. Which international airport company was the first to be floated on the stock exchange?
112614. Who was the first person to fly over both poles and the Atlantic?
112615. Was Sawney Bean real or just a myth?
112616. How did James Cagney's tooth get knocked out?
112617. How did Glenn Ford lose a couple teeth?
112618. Did some of Daniel Craig's teeth get knocked out?
112619. The bass player for what group had some teeth knocked out at Woodstock '94?
112620. Did Danny Bonaduce knock out someone's teeth?
112621. Who created Youtube?
112622. What is the longest word in the English language that uses only three different letters?
112623. What does a gallbladder produce?
112624. Where are the two nails located on the basketball court?
112625. What is an eleven-letter English word which has ERGRO in the middle and the same three letters, in the same order, before these letters and after these letters?
112626. What is the meaning of "Beauty and Folly are old companions"?
112627. Who was Premier of the Soviet Union during its downfall?
112628. What city is actually closer to the Chernobyl Power Plant than Chernobyl itself?
112629. Who was the last person to sign the American Declaration of Independence?
112630. What is the northern most human settlement?
112631. What day was Nunavut formed?
112632. In which of the 50 United States is there not a Muslim mosque?
112633. What caused the mysterious death of Brittany Murphy?
112634. In February 2010, the often less than respected female comedy community in the US got some long over-due respect. What happened?
112636. In 2009, who was the lady who achieved clarification of the rules over the right to die?
112637. What is the correct pronunciation of 'Pilates', the exercise regime?
112638. In 2009, how did Andy Murray rate Gordon Brown?
112643. What is a kaboodle, as in the whole kit and kaboodle?
112644. What do the letters LL stand for in LL Bean, the sporting goods company of Freeport, Maine?
112645. Why do we usually say the "Dutch Revolt", but the "American Revolution," though in both cases the result was independence?
112646. Can a polar bear and a grizzly bear mate?
112647. Who arrested Confederate spy Rose O'Neal Greenhow?
112648. For what is Olga Mallsnerd known?
112649. What happened to Thomas Edison's last breath?
112650. Which R&B singer had scalding hot grits thrown on him when he was in the shower?
112651. What US town has been all but deserted due to a huge coal mine fire that's occurring underneath it?
112652. What connects Concrete and a famous radio broadcast?
112653. Why is Napoleon often pictured with his hand inside his shirt?
112654. How far south did the Vikings roam?
112655. What happened to Edward VIII after he abdicated?
112656. There's a lot of wild turkeys where I live. Some of them have feathers hanging down from their neck. What's that all about?
112657. By what date had the Soviet Union officially dissolved?
112658. On what date did Gorbachev resign?
112659. What symbol similar to the Hammer and Sickle is displayed on the Angolian flag?
112660. Who is Benny Benassi?
112661. South Korea is the world's largest ship producer, building about 40% of the world's ships. The largest shipyard in South Korea is run by who?
112662. Why does the temperature commonly become warmer when it snows?
112663. What ever became of the woolly mammoth that was found emtombed under the ice about 7 years ago in the Antartic?
112664. John Cleese played Basil Fawlty in the old British comedy "Fawlty Towers." In which war did Basil Fawlty serve?
112665. What are the most nominations, not wins, that a movie has gotten for the Academy Awards?
112666. What are the most Academy Awards a movie has ever received?
112667. Who is the creator of Facebook?
112668. Who makes the most money annually, Wal-Mart or Meijer?
112669. Which fast food restaurant makes the most money annually; Burger King, Wendy's, McDonald's, Arby's, Taco Bell or White Castle?
112670. In the Antarctic, former non-essential supplies have just been extracted from the thick ice. What are they and how significant is this?
112671. Why did they kill St. Agatha?
112672. In Canada, because of certain provisions
in The Youth Act, criminal offenders under a certain age, 17 or 18, can not be publically identified. Are there any other countries that have similiar provisions in their criminal codes?
112673. How did the term "skuttlebutt" come about?
112674. What were the last words spoken on the moon?
112675. What fictional city appears in several Sinclair Lewis novels?
112676. Which actor in 'Once Upon a Time in America' was a member of Joey Dee and the Starliters?
112677. Was the song title "Ride Captain Ride" because of Sir Francis Drake or a Fender Rhodes 73 key piano?
112678. Who was Frank Finch Smiles?
112679. What is Homer Simpson's favorite band?
112680. Many years ago there was a performer named Falco who did such songs as "Rock me Amedeus" and "Der Kommisser." What was his real name?
112681. What does the 7 in Seagrams whiskey mean?
112682. What is the Shadow War?
112683. Who was the first woman ever to be Prime Minister of Canada?
112684. Where was the phone invented?
112685. How many colonies does the United States still have?
112686. In what game by Zipper Interactive is the Polish city of Gdansk portrayed?
112687. A massive 19th century ship built in London, called the Great Eastern, is rumored to have been cursed and/or haunted. What is the cause of this supernatural accusation?
112688. What recording of a 20th century work of classical music climbed into the top 10 of all genres, not just classical, of the British charts in the 1990s?
112689. What or who are the Mississippi Three?
112690. Who are Freemasons?
112691. What is herniation?
112692. What events caused many to believe that a German World War II battleship was jinxed?
112693. Who was St. Valentine; and does he have anything to do with the modern February holiday that uses his name?
112694. What is the best selling video game of all time?
112695. What is the worst selling video game of all time?
112696. Who makes the most annually; Subway, Tubby's or Quizno's?
112697. Which has sold the most systems; PS3, Xbox 360, or the Wii?
112698. Who makes more money annually, TNA or WWE?
112699. What ghost ship sailed for at least thirty-eight years, with the last sighting in 1969? It was sometimes boarded by people who encountered it. In the early 1990s, the ship's owners stated that they could not say definitely whether or not it was still afloat.
112700. Which nominated actor/actress lost in Oscar voting the most consecutive years?
112701. What happened at Lake Anjikuni?
112702. When did Barbara Gordon first start calling herself Oracle, a short time after she was shot or a while later?
112703. Which issue features the debut of the second Terra, the clone of the original?
112704. What language do the people of India speak?
112705. What language do the people of Saudi Arabia speak?
112706. What language do the people of Afghanistan speak?
112707. What's Barney Stinson's phone number?
112708. Does China make anything anime related?
112709. When did Harley Quinn join the Secret Six?
112710. How much did the Saints beat Indianapolis by?
112711. Do most paleontologists believe that dinosaurs were more closely related to birds than to reptiles?
112712. In what city is the 1980 movie "Out of the Blue" located?
112713. What ship was under the command of Captain Horatio K. Huffenpuff? Didn't he have a nickname?
112714. Who was Tony Sarg?
112715. Was the Bowden Spacelander a top secret U.S. government project to land a vehicle on one of Saturn's moons in the early 1980s?
112716. What famous sermon was preached at Enfield, CT in 1741?
112717. What chocolate candy, first made in 1907, was not made during World War II because the United States needed its wrapper?
112718. A 1991 recording of Henryk Gorecki's 3rd symphony at one point was sitting at #6 on the mainstream British album charts. What were the other albums on the chart when it was at its highest position?
112719. The sea is a great place for tall tales and superstition; what is thought by science to cause the ominous sight of the Flying Dutchman?
112720. What is a cubile?
112721. What was the "Trail Of Tears?"
112722. Why did Native Americans occupy Alcatraz in 1969?
112723. What was the battle of the Big Horn?
112724. Did President Nixon do anything to help advance the cause of Native Americans during his time in office?
112725. What was the Battle of Wounded Knee?
112726. Why hasn't there ever been a movie about American Olympian Ray Ewry?
112727. In what year was the very first US$100 bill minted? Was someone other then Ben Franklin on it at that time?
112728. How many republics were in the Soviet Union?
112729. What Orchestra Theatre sits on the US/Canada border, where the audience sits in Vermont and the stage is in Quebec?
112730. What does the word pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis mean?
112731. Who is seen as being the savior, and almost demigod in the ways they are portrayed, of the Soviet Union?
112732. What military has been ripped apart by pop culture for its reputation for cowardice?
112733. What caused the Hidenburg to burn over Lakehurst, New Jersey?
112734. Where in the world might champions read a line or two from what is often considered a trite poem by a prolific author who also wrote two other well-known works that provided inspiration to a youth movement designed to support the physical and moral development of young people?
112735. In a couple of sentences, explain what is the difference between colonialism and imperialism?
112736. What were some of Birt Acres achievements in early filmdom?
112737. What famous character did Dr. Arbuthnot create?
112738. Which actor dies the most times in the movies?
112739. Did Phil Spector give his wife a glass coffin with her effigy inside?
112740. Did Brian Jones cry when he played a tape of his music for some monkeys and they did not like it?
112741. What is the cast list for the movie "Twitches?"
112742. What is the longest one-syllable word?
112743. All of the former Soviet "Republics" had the initals SSR after them, however, the "Republic" of Russia had the initials SFSR. Why?
112744. What is a henbane?
112745. Which US state ranks first in state boat registrations?
112746. Who said, "Men are not prisoners of fate, but only prisoners of their own minds"?
112747. Is Paul Theroux currently writing a book?
112748. Who is Zelma Kathryn Hedricks better known as?
112749. Who wrote "Quare Fellow?"
112750. Who played the part of Uncle Owen in the original version of Star Wars?
112751. Using the word red, what do you call something that is really exciting?
112752. Valentine trivia regarding the word red. The question is -- A very memorable, important day is referred to as a what?
112753. What future notorious rocker sang at QEII's coronation was he was eight years old?
112754. A legendary UCLA coach coined a phrase later made famous by Vince Lombardi. Who was the coach and what was the phrase?
112755. The newest airline of Kuwait has a name meaning what?
112756. What is the Q107 balcony called at the Sound Academy in Toronto?
112757. Now a "mindbending" question. Which 1960s singer was arrested for arson and showed up at court dressed as Lady Justice?
112758. For what is Birgit Berends known?
112759. What is special about Viewmaster reel #1305?
112760. Weakhands, Lilywhite and Bruteforce were characters in which silent movie?
112761. Meda Dau Doka is the national anthem of which country?
112762. What is thunder snow?
112763. Why isn't George Washington the first President of the United States?
112765. Why did Communists adopt the color red to represent them?
112766. Who was the first Labour PM of Britain?
112767. Who was the first Social Democrat PM of Germany?
112768. Who was the first Social Democrat PM of the Netherlands?
112769. What was the most deadly riot in US history?
112770. Who was the first Social Democrat PM of Sweden?
112772. Why was Lenin's Last Testament of Leninism-Marxism rejected by traditional Marxists?
112773. What did Lenin die of?
112774. On January 31, 1990, what restaurant opened in Moscow?
112775. Romania was the only country to do what to their communist leader?
112776. What just happened to Goodluck Jonathan?
112777. What made Connor unique among the subjects of a 2005 documentary film in which he was featured?
112778. What are three reasons why Japanese men stayed in Burma as monks?
112779. Does anyone know how the Orontes River flows? Which countries and territories does it flow through, and if possible, can you post a map showing these locations?
112780. Who said to whom that a certain event in France was not a "revolt", but a "revolution", and what may he have had in mind by that difference in terminology?
112781. What are eight products which come directly or indirectly from forests?
112782. Some 100-200 years ago, there was a powerful Dutch political party called The Anti Revolutionary Party. What revolution were they against?
112783. After the Beatles, what rock group has sold the most albums?
112784. How many seconds are there in a decade?
112785. How many times has a pitcher pitched a no hit game in major league baseball and lost?
112786. Are men able to get pregnant and give birth?
112787. In the 19th century and prior, crooks would build large fires on the beach to lure ships into that shore where it would shipwreck against the rocks. The crooks would steal the goods that floated ashore and would kill any sailors who swam ashore to prevent witnesses. What were these heartless crooks called?
112788. In England, is there a law that limits the height of conifers grown in neigbours gardens? If so, what is the height limit, and what can be done about it?
112789. Is there any form of Tay-Sachs that's not fatal?
112790. What specific mutation causes Tay-Sachs?
112791. Why should we know the name of Walter Frederick Morrison?
112792. Which product was advertised in the most initial viewed commercial ever?
112793. How did the nickname of police "cops" happen?
112794. Where do you find the Choco-Story Chocolate Museums?
112795. What tragedy occurred today in Vancouver?
112796. Vancouver 2010: Who lit the Olympic cauldron?
112797. How many people watched the opening ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics?
112798. What happened with the interior Olympic Flame?
112799. Who were the 8 Canadian Celebrities to bear the Olympic flag?
112800. How many attending countries at this year's Winter Olympics, are there for the first time?
112801. How many stomachs does a grapefruit have?
112802. How many Phoenix Wright games have been released in America?
112803. How many total Pokemon are there?
112804. How many endings are there to Bioshock 2?
112805. What is the most successful PS3 game saleswise?
112806. Black Maria, Black Roger, Black Prince, Back Death and Black Sheep were cracker Canadian flyboys in WWI? Why were they known as the Black Flight?
112807. Who was nominated for twenty Academy Awards and has not won?
112808. What year did Ford Motor Company sell the vehicle known as Omnitrail?
112809. In what year was the first five-cylinder motorcycle sold?
112810. Albert Champion started Champion Ignition Company to sell spark plugs. The name was changed a year later to AC Spark Plug Company. Is Albert Champion somehow connected with Champion Spark Plugs?
112811. Of the Canadians mentioned by name in ?We Are More? by Shane Koyczan, which was once a member of The Jades?
112812. Of the places mentioned by name in ?We Are More? by Shane Koyczan, which also bears the sobriquet ?Latintown??
112813. Of the professions mentioned by name in ?We Are More? by Shane Koyczan, which is most closely associated with the lyrics ?I wish I'd been a girlie, just like my dear Papa??
112814. Of the Canadians mentioned by name in ?We Are More? by Shane Koyczan, which person majored in physics in The Golden State?
112815. Of the Canadian musicians that performed at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics opening ceremony, which one once exposed his/her genitalia on Late Night with Conan O'Brien?
112816. How many women have won the US Congressional Medal of Honor?
112817. Apart from a vantage point where women could scan the sea for the sails of returning menfolk, widows walks had another practical purpose. What was it?
112818. Someone once told me that glass is really a very stable form of liquid and that's why windows in old buildings have sags and distortions. True or false?
112819. How is an ice hockey skate different from a speed skating skate?
112820. Which actor or actress as performed in the most movies?
112821. For how long was Titanic the highest grossing film of all-time?
112822. Which event has had the most movies made after it?
112823. Which character has had the most movies made for him or her?
112824. What is the longest series of movies for one subject?
112825. What movie has had the most deaths in it?
112826. Can Tay-Sachs be detected before birth?
112827. Can males be carriers of Tay-Sachs, or can they only just have it or not have it?
112828. Who is thought to be the only known survivor of spontaneous human combustion?
112829. Is there any case of anyone dying from nutmeg poisoning?
112830. John Cusack discussed one of Ptolemy's 48 in two different movies. Which one and which movies?
112831. This king of Egypt ruled for 62 years and united Egypt. He also, however, got killed by a hippopotamus. Who is this king of Egypt?
112832. Happy St. Valentine's Day! Is this the most popular day in the year to buy flowers?
112834. On a lottery ticket, can the winning numbers be in any order or do they have to be in the sequence given when the winning numbers are announced?
112835. What proved itself stronger than love?
112836. How do they also call a natural affection of love?
112837. How did the children of the person whose dying words were ?Adieu, mes amis. Je vais la gloire?, perish?
112838. What was the name of the first elephant at the Lee Richardson Zoo?
112839. Who did Magique replace as the mascot for the Albertville Olympics in 1992?
112840. How is the founding member of The X-Men related in name to a 1934 song by the man whose dying words were allegedly ?Goodnight my darlings, I'll see you tomorrow??
112841. Which participant in the ?We Are The World 2010? song holds a United States patent for an electric sheet music distribution system?
112842. In the mid-18th Century, Jason's ship was broken up. How did this benefit Hydra?
112843. Fun Trivia may be the largest online trivia site, but was it the first?
112844. Who is Goel Ratzon?
112845. Which National Hockey League team has currently gone the longest without winning the Stanley Cup?
112846. How many known internment camps were there in the US, during World War II, that held Japanese-Americans?
112847. How many islands are officially part of the Bahamas under the Bahaman government
112848. Who was served rubber biscuits as a punishment?
112849. What music played during Jessica Dube and Bryce Davison's figure skating pairs short program at the 2010 olympics?
112850. If an Olympic gold medal winner comes from a country that has no national anthem, then what music is played during their award ceremony?
112851. Do antibacterial soaps help to prevent infection?
112852. What was the Fronde?
112853. What aboriginal tribes settled in Ontario and where in Ontario did they settle?
112854. Where were the English and French trading posts located in Ontario in the 1700s?
112855. What did Candice Bergen hide from Murphy Brown cast member Joe Regalbuto the day after he put a fake mouse in her shoe?
112856. What veteran pop star nicknamed his Nashville estate Old McDonald's Farm?
112857. Has a frog ever been president of the United States?
112858. What is required of a frog if he wishes to serve in the army?
112859. What is the capital of Greenland?
112860. Why, in the song "My Generation" by The Who, does the singer slur and stutter many of the words?
112861. Which gets the most hits between Facebook, Twitter and Myspace?
112862. How many movies has James Cameron directed?
112863. What animal can live the longest?
112864. Which are there more of .net sites or .gov sites?
112865. Besides .net, .com, and .gov, what else might a web address end with?
112866. What is the biggest twisty puzzle ever put on the market publically?
112867. Is the difference between an island and a cay, that the island can be lived on and a cay is too small?
112868. In 1994, who was the driver of a white Ford Bronco that was involved in one of the most publicized low-speed chases in history? Was it O.J.?
112869. The fastest solver of a 3x3x3 Rubik's cube uses what method to solve the cube?
112870. Anyone know the skinny about Diamond Dallas Page suing Jay-Z?
112871. Who was voted Best Rock Drummer in 1975 by a Playboy music poll?
112872. Why did Mike Love get a restraining order against Dennis Wilson?
112873. Did Pete Townshend bash someone over the head with his guitar at Woodstock?
112874. Where in Ontario did the Aboriginal tribes settle?
112875. What did James Swan do in 1795 to help the USA?
112876. In any of the Law and Order shows, what does it say at the beginning of the show?
112877. Who won Canada's first gold medal on home soil in the 2010 winter olympics?
112878. In 2010, what is the change coming to the Oscar statuettes?
112879. Someone gave us a box of very poor quality chocolates. Can we feed them to the goats that come to our back fence every day or is chocolate as bad for goats as it is for dogs?
112880. What happened to the movie, "The Voice Gods of Hollywood"?
112881. What is the "can do American spirit"?
112882. What US college football team has the all time record for not being shut out and who has the longest current streak?
112883. Is there any type of honey that is toxic to humans?
112884. What is a qualm, as in "having no qualms" about something?
112885. For many years on radio, who was the "voice of America"?
112886. Is there such thing as a 1x1 Rubik's cube?
112887. Just out of curiosity, why is Barack Obama 'black' when half his parentage is black and the other half white?
112889. What is the definition for the longest English word?
112890. U.S. College Sports: How many colleges have left the conference they were in, only to return later? I know Michigan left the Big 10 once only to return. I was wondering if there are others?
112891. Does anyone speak Votian?
112892. How did "warfarin" get its name?
112893. What world record belongs to Vesna Vulovic?
112894. Is senescence considered a disease?
112895. Which Roman goddess is equivalent to the Greek goddess Hecate?
112896. What two states that border one another, have a county in their state with the same name and what's the name of the county?
112897. How did the term hoodwinked come about, as in "I've been hoodwinked?"
112898. Was there a Greek god of poop?
112899. How many people speak Chinese?
112900. At what time does the infamous TV "Friday night death-slot" occur?
112901. Is eating two eggs in one day bad for you?
112902. What was the closest to 12 in the doomsday clock other than the cuban missile crisis?
112903. Is the Future of an expanding universe or the Big Freeze the mostly accepted theory about the universe?
112904. "My Sharona" by The Knack was inspired by whom?
112905. Do obese people have normal sized internal organs?
112906. Are there any cities in the Southern Hemisphere that could host a Winter Olympics?
112907. Is it true that our body temperature drops 33 Fahrenheit degree (0,5 Celsius) when we lie down?
112908. It's a statue of a standing king with a crown on his head and a scepter extended in his right hand. His left hand rests on a small boy to his left. Of what material is the statue made? Who sculpted it? Where is it? Who is the king? Who is the boy?
112909. Why is King Tut a "sick puppy"?
112910. What does monomolistatic mean?
112911. What Dorset-born English author can be linked to Cornwall by his real name and his place of residence, but may also be linked to France and the Norman Conquest by his "ancestral" pen-name?
112912. On what grounds was the Dutch "Bavaria" beer allowed to keep its traditional name, though the beer is not brewed and never has been brewed in Bavaria, Germany, at all?
112913. Is there any historic link between the French region of Cornouaille and British Cornwall?
112914. What German city has a strong link not only with the history of the Nazis, but also with that of astronomy, music, and art, and is the exclusive owner of a certain label of honey-cakes?
112915. What brand of gherkins play a major role in a film from 2003 on the effects of the Fall of the Berlin Wall on life in the ex-GDR?
112916. In the early Mickey Mouse comics, Mickey had a different dog other than Pluto. What was this dog's name?
112917. The IOC refers to Czechoslovakia's historic country code as TCH. What is the origin of TCH?
112918. Who is the World's Strongest Man 2009?
112919. I read today that the Vimy Memorial is one of only two Canada National Historic sites located outside of Canada's borders. What's the other one?
112924. Are Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Bruce Lee and Yao Ming all Japanese?
112930. Why did an A2 biology exam taken January 25th, 2010 make the UK national news?
112931. Who has "a swimming pool, sauna, and room for a pony?"
112932. What sports have been throughout all Olympics?
112933. What is the longest icicle on record?
112934. I heard Roger sing, "She's been dead since 1929." When was she born?
112935. Did Ford design a nuclear powered car?
112936. Is the Durdle Door made of teak or oak?
112937. How many years is the Clock of the Long Now supposed to tell time?
112938. What is the name of the turtle Bugs Bunny raced?
112939. In what city or cities were the 1936 Winter Olympics held?
112943. What is the average annual wage per capita in the North West Territories?
112944. How many religions worship "God?"
112945. What is the oldest established city in the world?
112946. What is the continent of Oceania often referred to as?
112947. How many landmarks are available to you in the Maxis game "Sim City 4?"
112948. Which Bible verses contain the word Christian?
112949. Is a cord of wood measured by pieces or by weight and what are the quantities?
112950. Does the Pope have a cell phone that he uses?
112951. Can rats actually eat human flesh and can they, as one or a group, eat a person?
112952. Which incarcerated felon gets the most fan mail?
112953. How many United States Presidents have been left-handed?
112954. Did the great Charlie Chaplin have B.O.?
112955. Which cover versions of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" contain the following verses from the original song?
"You say I took the name in vain,
I don't even know the name,
but if I did, well really, what's it to you?
There's a blaze of light
in every word,
it doesn't matter which you heard,
the holy or the broken Hallelujah"
"I did my best, it wasn't much,
I couldn't feel, so I tried to touch,
I've told the truth, I didn't come to fool you.
And even though it all went wrong,
I'll stand before the Lord of Song,
with nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah."
112956. When is the V-Cube 4 going to be out?
112957. Why is soup said to be eaten?
112958. Why are there so many strange collective nouns for animals? Is there or was there a competition between naturalists?
112959. Why are there often blank pages at the end of books?
112960. When I learned first aid as a teenager, we were told than the "1st, 2nd, 3rd degree" classification for burns was being replaced by "deep" and "superficial". Recently, however, I heard a reference to 4th degree burns. What is best current practice?
112961. What did Steve Sires try to trademark?
112962. Who wrote the first Danish crime novel?
112963. Who was Maid of Honor at the Van Halen/Bertinelli wedding?
112964. Who was the first Caucasian Ikette?
112965. Is there a difference between a traffic circle and a roundabout?
112966. Who is Beverly Louise Neill also known as?
112967. What is the difference between a policeman and a constable?
112968. What is Burger King adding to their breakfast menu to better compete with McDonald's McMuffins, Hash Browns, and Hot Cakes?
112969. What is the length and company that has the record in the U.S. for the longest limousine ever made and used?
112970. Who was the first person to have a sex change operation, and when was this done?
112971. What famous rock band did Harrison Ford once tour with?
112972. Are there people who live in the cabs of 18 wheelers, sharing the driving and keeping them on the road almost non-stop? The truck would be their only home and their intention is to keep rolling 24-7.
112973. We can see objects in the sky during a clear day, but only to a point, after which the thickness of our atmosphere blocks our view of the cosmos - that is to say, we see blue. At what distance from the naked eye does the clear blue sky become so opaque?
112974. What is the deposit leaked by old nicad batteries composed of, and is it dangerous?
112975. Is there any relation in name between the territory of Alaska and the Al-Aqsa Mosque?
112976. On Seinfeld, why doesn't Kramer wear a watch?
112977. How old is Spongebob?
112978. What is the origin of the phrase "ham actor"?
112979. I heard once of a type of literary game (like clerihews) where one must produce a verse where each word has no letters in common with the succeeding word -- the version I read about was in the form of Poe's "The Raven", but I don't know if that's necessary. Is there such an exercise?
112980. Does dyslexia affect the reading of music?
112981. Does milk expand when frozen?
112982. In the UK, can you buy Guitar Hero: Van Halen on the Xbox 360 with a guitar?
112983. What exactly is an artichoke? And is it a plant or an animal?
112984. Are there any stories about real people and what it was like for them to live with Tay-Sachs?
112985. What company proclaimed, "Progress is our most important product?"
112986. Which private eye was entertainer Edie Hart's boyfriend?
112987. How can the manufacturer of the IcyBall be connected to an artist who sometimes used the pseudonym "Cheero"?
112988. Were any Playboy cars sold to the public?
112989. What is Drion's Pill?
112990. What sad end came to WPN-114?
112991. Who is the Bodil Award named after?
112992. What nation has the flattest topography?
112994. Ludwig Van Beethoven often had cold water poured on his head; why?
112995. Why is the nature of an enzyme's active site not a rigid structure?
112996. Why does the hetrochromatin material of chromatin remain unexpressed during mitosis or meiosis?
112997. What are the objections to an induced fit model of enzyme action?
112998. Is there an etymological connection between the words 'ski' and 'skid'?
112999. How did the term "screw" come about in association with a sexual act?