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Questions From May 30 10
115001. Who is Captain Archibald Haddock?
115002. Which car had the license plate PZR 317?
115003. Is the Statue of Liberty in New York or New Jersey?
115004. Saturday, May 30, who pitched a perfect game in the MLB?
115006. What character was figured in both TV shows 'Danger Man' and 'Secret Agent'?
115007. In the movie 'The French Connection' what kind of car (year 1960) was the heroin hidden in?
115008. Why was Abel Tasman afraid to land in New Zealand?
115009. Was Hitler ever nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize?
115010. Why is chocolate so bad for dogs?
115013. On December 8, 1941 how many people, or percentage, enlisted in the military in the United States?
115014. What is the meaning of the British idiom about something being "right out"?
115015. Who finished 4th in the 2010 Indianapolis 500?
115016. Who is the UNO card game world champion?
115017. From where did the children's singing group The Wiggles get their name?
115018. What filmmaker's autobiography was titled "Memoirs of the Devil"?
115019. What comic strip character ran for president in 1952?
115020. What 63 year old knocked the Beatles off the top if the hit chart in May 1964?
115021. What did Claude Grivolas invent in 1901?
115022. What is a flit gun?
115023. Is the diatonic scale used to weigh diatoms?
115024. Who is Lovebug Starski?
115025. What were the Hep-Hep riots?
115026. What causes brain freeze or ice cream headache; and, how can it be stopped?
115028. Why do we get ear wax?
115030. What is the real difference between a wig and a toupee?
115031. How many in the crowd watching the motorcade were wounded in the assassination of John F. Kennedy?
115032. Which opera does the aria "O Mio Babbino Caro" come from?
115033. Who is Anne Bonny?
115034. Tuesday 1st June 2010: What is the Duchess of York blaming on the embarrassing video of her trying to sell royal influence?
115035. Is it true that modern human beings are 2% Neandertal people?
115036. Are there animals who breed through asexual reproduction?
115037. What is a Zazou?
115039. Has a moving car ever been fueled by just candy and soda?
115041. Which comedy star portayed Stanley X in the movie 'Wild in the Streets'?
115042. What member of the British royal family did James Brough write 'The Tragic Princess' about?
115043. What year was the sinking of Atlantis?
115044. Vansant, Bruder, Stillwell, Fisher. Whose name is missing?
115045. What is F-16 pilot Melissa May's call sign?
115046. What caused the fire at the Paris Charity Bazaar in 1897?
115047. How can the oldest person to be awarded an Oscar be connected to the author of "The Christian Virtuoso?"
115048. Why does the Bee Gees' hit song "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart" not have a question mark at the end?
115049. What are the three items that they had in the U.S. Civil War era that they used to recreate a rocket?
115050. What are the differences between an iPad and other tablets?
115052. What were the original color(s) of Skittles?
115053. What prop did comedian Mort Sahl make as his on stage trademark?
115054. On TV who played Pete to Cara Williams' Gladys?
115055. This is mostly for all you west of the Mississippi, is the beer called Rolling Rock (green bottles) available in the western United States?
115056. What beer has the highest alcohol content?
115057. What is the song used in 'The Breakfast Club' for the dance sequence in the library near the end of the film?
115058. Matthew's been one. Patrick is one. Lauren used to be one and Mary is one sometimes. Hint: Matthew and Patrick have the same job. Lauren and Mary work in the same field. Think TV shows.
115059. What does BFF stand for?
115060. What is the motto of the RAF; and, what does it mean?
115061. Which major league baseball player just retired today, June 2, 2010?
115062. In 1993, what happened at the Circle Lanes bowling alley in Hampton, Virginia?
115063. What flavours are in an all-dressed potato chip?
115065. What does Batman have to do with the early history of Melbourne?
115066. How old was Rosa Rio when she started playing the music for silent movies?
115067. Where was the movie "Roundhay Garden Scene" filmed?
115068. Did someone send Gloria Swanson a coffin full of sugar?
115069. How did the character name "Irma Vep" come to be in the 1915 movie "Les Vampires?"
115070. What juice brand uses no additional sugar? (Has a 0g sugar in the nutrition facts.)
115071. Where can the theme song from "The Debbie Reynolds Show" be found in its entirety?
115072. A router is essential for building a wireless network, unfortunately walls can interrupt the signal even though it extends about 100 feet in all directions. Which device can help get more coverage even through those pesky walls?
115073. Is it true that in the early 1990's Yugoslavia dissolved into five independent countries, and if so, what are those countries?
115074. On what date is International Day of Persons with Disabilities observed?
115075. What is the approximate maximum weight of a golf ball per rules of golf?
115076. Why do Jains (a religion in India) not own pets?
115077. How did ZZ Top
get their name?
115078. Ernest Hemingway claimed that only three sports are real sports and all the rest are games. What are the three real sports?
115079. Are public toilets in Norway free-of-charge?
115080. What is the Swedish word for "administration man" widely used by other governments?
115081. What New York City nightclub did Greta Garbo, Normam Mailer, and Judy Garland all do the twist at?
115082. What TV network's emblem was created by William Golden in 1951?
115084. Who did the Senate Watergate committee counsel say "got the award for stonewalling"?
115085. Two of the current top 50 World Ranking male golfers have last names whose letters are contained (in order) in the last name of another golfer on the same list. (ie. Davis "Love" is in Lucas G"love"r). Who are the two pairs?
115086. What was the first bebop record?
115087. What was the first punk record?
115088. Who coined the word "hippie"?
115089. Who coined the word "grunge"?
115091. What is a googlefight?
115092. What is a 'stop word' in Google?
115093. Which MLB pitcher has won the most consecutive games?
115094. Which MLB pitcher has lost the most consecutive games?
115095. This 61-year old was retired, working as a farmer, when he was called to lead his country through a crisis as Dictator. He did, retired again, and was called back almost 20 years later to do the same thing. Who was he?
115096. What was the origin of the seventh inning stretch?
115097. When were banners first created?
115098. Which dimensionally-challenged gentleman has been traveling the world for the past 15 years, mainly with the help of school children?
115099. What does "gruff" mean as in "Three Billy Goats Gruff"?
115100. What is the oldest military society in continuous existence in North America, and why is it so called?
115102. What old TV show character used to park at Dino's in the show he was in?
115103. The scarcity of what substance determined life on Arrakis in 'Dune'?
115105. Who wrote in his 1974 novel 'Something Happened,' "When I grow up I want to be a boy"?
115108. Recently, comedian Chris Rock met an audience that ignored his jokes. Please explain?
115109. When properly opening a bottle of wine, how many twists of the cork screw are generally recommended?
115110. When would Queen Elizabeth II top Queen Victoria as longest reigning English monarch?
115111. Perhaps the first instance of museum art vandalism was the shattering of which cameo glass piece?
115112. What is the difference between a busk and a busker?
115113. Who is Musidora?
115114. What was tulip mania?
115115. Who are Tulip Victoria's parents?
115116. What was the Tulip Revolution?
115117. What terrorist group kidnapped and killed German industrialist Hanns Martin Schleyer?
115118. What was Jim Morrison's mug shot number when he was arrested in New Haven, Connecticut?
115119. What meats and spices are used to make pepperoni?
115121. Where was the eventual commander of the first Space Shuttle flight when he heard that Congress had greenlighted the Shuttle project?
115122. Where is there a billboard that also produces a scent to entice the public?
115123. Is the pool shown in the movie "It's a Wonderful Life" still in use?
115124. Why do people utter the phrase "bread and butter" when walking on the sidewalk?
115126. Who first used the term "dogfight" for when two airplanes fight, and why?
115127. Who sang 'The Battle Hymn of the Republic' at Bobby Kennedy's funeral?
115128. What cartoon character's two nephews were Knothead and Splinter?
115129. Who was the bandleader on 'The Gong Show'?
115130. What is a meteor procession, and how is Walt Whitman connected?
115131. In the 1980 US presidential campaign, Reagan and another candidate were having a debate. At one point the other candidate asked that Reagan's microphone be turned off. How did Reagan respond to this and who was the other candidate?
115132. In the movie "Dude, Where's My Car?" (2000), was Judy Reyes (Nurse Carla Espinoza Turk from "Scrubs") the music video dancer in the yellow bikini?
115133. In the computer world what does USB, as in the USB port, stand for?
115134. What European city did the poet Allen Ginsburg call in 1964 "the center
the consciousness of the human universe?"
115135. The theme song from "The Debbie Reynolds Show" can be found in its entirety in what other television show?
115136. What revolutions had flower names?
115137. What is the flower of poetry?
115138. What flower stands for desire, love, and the metaphysical striving for the infinite and unreachable?
115139. We all know that horses are smart, but which breed is considered to be the most intelligent?
115140. What is 'Phi' used for?
115141. On the TV show 'CSI: New York' Gary Sinese's character, Max Taylor's wife Claire died tragically. What was the event that caused her death?
115142. Which New England Indian tribe took part in the "King Phillip War"?
115143. What portable entertainment devices were banned from the isle of Capri in 1963?
115144. What famous Norwegian composer recently died?
115145. Who is Baby Gaga?
115146. What US President delivered a 1335 word inaugural address?
115147. In a hospital what does the medical term CAT scan stand for?
115148. When breaking the shell off a peanut, what are the thin dark papery coverings that each individual peanut has?
115149. What do Tlentifini Maarhaysu and the Little River Band song "Lady" have in common?
115150. In the 1960's a musical group appeared on 'The Mike Douglas Show' dressed in stone age clothing. What is the name of the group and the name of the Mack Rice song they performed?
115151. Two musicians who committed suicide wrote a song recorded by Mariah Carey. Who are the two men and the famous song?
115152. How can the man who sang "Beautiful Sunday" be connected to a famous man buried in the Old Bryan Farm graveyard?
115153. Where was Bausman's Rhinoceros found first?
115154. Who was injured in the "Blood in the Water" game?
115156. Is it true that no one outside of North Korea knows the results of the North Korean Football (soccer) league?
115157. Why weren't Australia and New Zealand both in the Oceania qualification group for the football (soccer) World Championship 2010?
115158. What is the highest rated country not to participate in the World Champion Football (soccer) championship in 2010?
115159. What was the name of the party that Pat Paulson ran on when he ran for President in the 60s and 70s?
115160. What is a cobblestone really, as in a cobblestone road?
115161. How old was Dorothy Gale suppose to be in the movie 'The Wizard of OZ'?
115162. In the California State Board of Equalization, District 1, Republican Primary, why was there no candidate statements?
115163. How thick (or thin) is a ?50 note?
115164. Why wasn't Game 6 of the 2010 Stanley Cup final not held on Tuesday, June 8, 2010?
115167. Will there be a 25 cent bill in the United States by 2014?
115168. Was Dr. Joesph Goebbels a medical doctor?
115169. In California, for a statewide candidate, how much does it cost to purchase a candidate statement in the state Voter Information Guide?
115170. Which moon mission left behind two medals in memory of two dead Russian cosmonauts?
115171. What boxer released a single in 1964 called 'Stand by Me'? It didn't sell, btw.
115172. What musical instrument did David Tudor not play at the 1952 premiere of John Cage's three-movement composition 4'33"?
115173. What county is missing on the 1999 Georgia State Quarter?
115174. Which member of the Socialist Party was on a regular issue US coin?
115175. "In sleepy London town there's no place for a" what?
115176. Who was the jug player in The 13th Floor Elevators?
115178. Does Cheltenham have a soccer team?
115179. Who am I? Born to Irish immigrants in the second half of the 19th century, my early working life was as an apprentice machinist. After my marriage, I managed a saw mill, later working as an engineer. I lived beyond 80 years and a quote of mine is, "History is more or less bunk..."
115180. What happens to Jess and Liz at the end of Sweet Valley University?
115181. What was the first science fiction story?
115182. In reality he married a Greek princess, but Ahmose II marries a different Greek in the earliest known version of which tale?
115183. Which pyroclastic material brought together Laura Jesson and Alec Harvey?
115184. Who was the first Malaysian musical artist to record a full album in the United States?
115185. Which artist's newest song was inspired by attending a Vikings home game against the Dallas Cowboys?
115186. According to Robert Burns, which adjective fits the month of May?
115187. After the Chicago Blackhawks became the 2009-10 champions, which NHL team had gone the longest without winning the Stanley Cup?
115188. Is the lima bean named for the capitol of Peru?
115189. What 1953 Broadway play introduced the song 'Stranger in Paradise'?
115190. What animal's fly infested head impaled on a pole caused a boy to call it "Lord of the Flies?"
115191. What Cajun fiddler's biggest hit was "Louisiana Man"?
115192. The United States gets the most tornados of all nations. What nation gets the second most?
115193. What is the capital of Mongolia?
115194. What was Blythe (Donald Pleasence) the forger continually reusing in the movie "The Great Escape"?
115195. In the game "God of War 2", how do you reflect projectiles?
115196. What is the increment operator in the C and Java programming languages?
115197. What is the name of the last boss in the game "Kirby Squeak Squad"?
115198. How many nations have a square flag?
115199. Is it against the law in the United States to put a dead fish in a safe deposit box?
115200. Where did William Makepeace Thackeray get the title for his novel "Vanity Fair?"
115201. Where did the group Vanity Fare get their name?
115202. When was the song "Conchita Marquita Lolita Pepita Rosita Juanita Lopez" first recorded?
115203. During World War I, how close did German forces come to actually reaching Paris?
115204. What is the single largest piece of gold?
115205. What are the names of the Squeaks in the game "Kirby Squeak Squad"?
115206. What do lemurs eat and drink?
115207. What do otters eat and drink?
115209. What was the last year for the Chrysler DeSoto?
115210. What James Bond movie opened with a parachute jump off a large mountain? I think it was in either Iceland or Greenland.
115211. What disease was Ray Brennan the first person to die of in October, 1976?
115212. How many horses drew John F. Kennedy's casket to St. Matthew's Cathedral during his funeral?
115213. What was meant by 'Debility House', as in a Yetties song?
115214. What separates the Andaman Islands from the Nicobar Islands?
115215. On what date is Human Rights Day observed all over the world?
115217. On what date is Indian Air Force day celebrated every year in India?
115218. What are the sects of Jainism?
115219. How is a song by Motley Crue connected to a character created by Oscar Wilde?
115220. Is it rare for a host nation to win the World Cup?
115221. Whose sports card did Charlie Brown covet?
115222. Who performed the national anthem at the first American League baseball game played in Canada?
115223. Why is there a large hole in the original "Star Spangled Banner" flag that flew over Fort McHenry and inspired the US national anthem?
115224. Who was the second person to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean?
115225. What artist went from Esquire to Playboy with his perfect woman paintings?
115227. What book is on the flag of Mozambique?
115228. Which American president was also elected to the Senate twice and to the House of Representatives but never completed a term of any office?
115229. Is it correct to say that (for instance) 14690 and 41906 are anagrams, or does that term only apply to words? What is the correct term?
115230. When army divisions are numbered 82nd, 101st, etc., are they sequential or arbritary?
115231. In one of Whitley Streiber's books he refers to a UFO witness whose eyesight was so good he could see the moons of Jupiter unaided. Is this even possible?
115232. What is the world record for the biggest paper plane ever made and how far did it fly? If different, what is the record for the longest flight by a paper plane?
115233. What is a manchester as it refers to a product area in a store?
115234. What is the source of gravity?
115239. What is the other name of the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy?
115240. On what date is World Health Day observed?
115241. Is it true that there is a city called "Batman" in Turkey?
115242. Which place in Himachal Pradesh is called "Mini Switzerland"?
115243. What is the motto of the Commonwealth Games?
115244. What great religious reformer, from Europe, made a failed attempt at living in Colonial America?
115245. What was the Peterloo Massacre?
115246. Does the song "Alice's Restaurant" have the most words of any and all songs?
115248. How many times is Alice mentioned in the song "Alice's Restaurant"?
115249. What is a medicine line?
115251. Where did the Coneheads tell everyone they were from when they appeared in 'Saturday Night Live'?
115252. What color did B.J. paint his motorcycle in the last episode of M*A*S*H?
115253. What was the alternate title of Hermann Hesse's 'The Glass Bead Game'?
115254. Who was the first Illinois killer to surpass the St.Valentine's Day Massacre body count?
115255. If I recall, there's a word to describe people who travel for culinary sakes (travel to eat or enjoy food). What is this term?
115256. Sometimes a speaker about global warming is met with record-setting winter weather upon arrival at a convention. What is this phenomenon jestingly called?
115257. I have upped the max number of questions posted to 10 for players who have been a FT member for at least a month.
It remains 5 for new players.
115258. What president admitted he was "not much of a disco fan" after the Bee Gees presented him with one of their black satin touring jackets?
115259. Who hit the bestseller list in 1966 with 'The Adventurers'?
115260. Whose publication of Clea completed "The Alexandria Quartet"?
115261. What spaceship was powered by dilithium crystals?
115262. Who is responsible for the following quote: "I'm in shape. Round is a shape"?
115263. Did Noah's sons each have only one wife?
115264. Who rode Zip Cochise in the movie 'El Dorado'?
115265. In which movie did Mick Jagger impersonate Elvis Presley?
115266. What song was on the B side of Eric Burdon and The Animals' "Sky Pilot?"
115267. What were the Musket Wars?
115268. Where are the 2010 Commonwealth Games to be held?
115269. In what year did China reach a population of one billion?
115270. Is the Theremin played with one hand or two hands?
115271. Who were The Psychedelic Rangers?
115272. Which member of G. W. Peck has the lowest Erdős?Bacon number?
115273. What paper company is featured in the opening shot of the credits for the U.S. version of 'The Office'?
115274. Where in the world is Guantanomo Bay?
115275. What is the only US state that grows coffee?
115276. What French words are embossed on the tombstone of the dancer whose last words were (reputedly) "Adieu, mes amis. Je vais la gloire"?
115277. According to Sir Joseph Lockwood why was the image of Gandhi omitted from the album cover of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"?
115278. What movie was The Who drummer Keith Moon watching the day he died, September 7th, 1978?
115279. For whom did Graham Nash write "Our House"?
115280. What Beatle sibling can be heard on 'All You Need Is Love'?
115281. Who was the father of the bassist on the 2006 album "Clearly in Another Fine Mess"?
115282. What is the original name of the NFL team from the state with the moto "State Sovereignty, National Union"?
115283. What two professions are depicted on the Wisconsin state flag?
115284. What's the story behind the namesake of Sally Lunn
115285. How much larger is a rugby ball than an American football?
115286. What does it mean when a watch is "chronograph"?
115287. World Cup South Africa 2010: a player from one country left South Africa just before the tournament started (he was on their squad list of 23 players), which reduced the squad to 22 players. FIFA officially santioned a replacement, allowing the country to boost their squad back to 23 players. Who's the player, and who was his replacement?
115289. What was so unusual about the edition of 'Canterbury Tales' printed by William Caxton in 1476?
115290. Why was William Wilberforce nicknamed 'The Liberator'?
115291. What was the tenth play William Shakespeare wrote?
115292. On the old TV show 'Bonanza' what lake bordered the Ponderosa to the west?
115293. Who portrayed "the one and only Billy Shears" in the movie 'Sgt. Peppers's Lonely Hearts Club Band'?
115294. What killer did Corozon Amuria escape from by hiding under a bed in July 1966?
115295. Who declared "LSD is western yoga"?
115296. What are willikers, as in golly gee willikers?
115299. Who was the inventor of the stethoscope?
115300. Is it true that in Lebanon if you offer a guest coffee upon arrival it can be interpreted as asking them to leave, while it is recommended to offer juice or cake first and finish off with coffee?
115301. Is it true that Harinshrai Bachhan used to teach English at Allahabad University?
115302. What cities are situated along the Ebro River?
115303. What country has a national anthem with no text in it?
115304. What is the main difference between the footballs used in the 2010 World Cup, and those used earlier?
115305. The location of which ancient city was forgotten until 1928 when a peasant accidentally opened an old tomb while plowing a field in Syria?
115306. What is the name of the giant in the "Book of Delight?'"
115307. Which giant's visage is used on the Obey Giant posters?
115308. How tall was the world's tallest married couple?
115309. In how many movies was Harold Lloyd?
115310. How many reeds on a US half dollar?
115311. Who was Captain Spaulding on the M*A*S*H TV show?
115312. In World War II what nation invented a gun with a curved barrel, and why did they do this?
115313. Today, the British PM made a public apology for what? Has this ever happened before?
115315. Who was the first American to grow and raise tomatoes in the United States?
115316. What gaily moving 1970 movie's theme song was 'Anything Goes'?
115317. Who was the first Australian sent off at a FIFA World Cup finals tournament?
115318. The linguist Albert Moe studied both the origin and the usage in English. He concludes that the term is an "Americanism that is derived from the Chinese, but its several accepted American meanings have no resemblance whatever to the recognized meaning in the original language" and that its "various linguistic uses, as they have developed in the United States, have been peculiar to American speech." In Chinese, concludes Moe, "this is neither a slogan nor a battle cry; it is only a name for an organization." What phrase, which has come to mean dedicated or over-enthusiastic, is this?
115319. Where is the Deccan Plateau?
115320. What does Achilles have to do with espresso?
115322. What is Yutte Hermsgervřrdenbrřtbřrda most famous for?
115323. Are Steve Van Zandt who was a regular on the TV show 'The Sopranos' and the Steve Van Zandt who plays in Bruce Springsteen's band the same person?
115324. How many bacterial spores are allowed on Mars landers before they blast off?
115325. What is a blintz?
115326. Who is Jürgen Blin?
115327. Who is Roger Blin?
115328. Who is Mathieu Blin?
115329. Who is Arnaud Blin?
115330. Can anyone tell me where I can find some documentation to support the rumor that "singing in the bathtub" is illegal according to Pennsylvania state law?
115331. What road did Gustavus Blin Wright build?
115332. Who is Marie Louise Françoise Blin de Bourdon also known as?
115333. After defeating Pokemon Trainer Red, what else can you do in the game "Pokemon Heartgold"?
115334. How long did the Peloponnesian War last and were any other states involved in it other than Greece and Sparta?
115336. Is Pokemon Trainer Red really Ash Ketchum?
115338. What is hydrated magnesium silicate also known as?
115339. What color tie does Clark Kent always wear to the newsroom?
115340. What author of the syndicated column 'Washington Merry Go Round' was awarded the Puliter Prize in May, 1972?
115341. What internationally known event brought Richard Hickcock and Perry Smith into the headlines?
115342. In 'Turok' for the N64, what was the 'big cheat'?
115343. How many journalists were allowed to witness the execution of Ronnie Lee Gardner by firing squad?
115344. On the TV show 'Mannix' what was the name of Joe Mannix's detective agency?
115345. Other than Kingdra, what is the most powerful Pokémon in the history of Pokémon?
115346. In the Beatles song from S.P.L.H.C.B. who did the Hendersons sing and dance for?
115347. What noted heir disappeared in New Guinea on 1961 and was never found since?
115348. What device did physicist Edward Teller suggest in 1969 would be feasible to set off on the Moon?
115349. What does the word nomothete mean?
115350. In MLB, who was the first player to have a home run against every team?
115351. What ship's crew were contaminated by fallout from the Castle Bravo test?
115352. What was the name of the first album by Fall Out Boy?
115353. Who is Fallout Boy?
115354. Which company released the Fallout series of computer games?
115355. When was the Donald Duck cartoon "Fall Out Fall In" released?
115356. Who did the 1974 song "Heavy Fallin' Out"?
115357. What is Fall Out Toy Works?
115358. The song "Fall Out" by Train was used in which Mel Gibson movie?
115359. What is Tetralogy of Fallot?
115360. What would make a woman's hair fall out after giving birth?
115361. When a new 747 is assembled how do they get it from the assembly plant to an airport?
115362. What was the Peter Ustinov stand-up television routine from the '60s or '70s with the subject something like Ouachita Natural or National Bridge? It was very droll and funny.
115363. I am looking for the name of a movie that is about a murder trial and they have a hearing on the word 'asshole' and the lawyer puts a rabbit under the guy's chair to prove you don't always know what's under your chair. It is making me crazy, I can't remember the name.
115364. What's the difference between video memory and video card?
115365. At what age do men start losing hair?
115366. What makes a TV show a picture?
115367. How many hosts of any US version of 'Family Feud' share a first name with that of a Christian saint?
115368. Is it possible for a woman to get a university degree in business in Kuwait?
115369. Which animal, a popular pet in the United States since the mid 1960's, is legal to own in every state except California and Hawaii?
115370. Whose is the first voice heard in the movie 'Beetlejuice'?
115371. For more than 50 years, roof lights have blinked out which building's location in Morse code?
115372. Which noted author and lawyer, who died in Rome, has a city in California named in his honor?
115373. Who was the first female to caddy at the Masters?
115374. Which vocal group did Sue Sylvester place number one in the Regionals on the TV show 'Glee'?
115375. According to the framed plaque on his office wall, what does Michael Scott own?
115376. Who is the Chris of Ruth's Chris Steakhouses?
115377. Richard Nixon aides, Bob Haldeman and John Ehrlichman, were sometimes called these comic-strip "Kids"?
115378. "My word is my bond," is the motto of what financial institution?
115379. "Blood and Fire" is the motto of what charitable organization?
115380. What is the highest point of Egypt?
115381. What island nation has no native reptiles or amphibians?
115382. This masculine first name, also a world capital, is Spanish for "Saint James"?
115383. The ancient cities of Oeo, Sabrata, and Leptis Major are today considered what?
115384. What is known as the "Pearl of the Mediterranean"?
115385. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. was known as "the Great..." what?
115386. Why did Ferdinand Magellan name a certain archipelago Tierra del Fuego?
115387. What lawyer wrote a long running syndicated newspaper column on a bridge?
115388. What did the salary of the President of the United States become after it was doubled in January, 1969?
115389. Which George Orwel novel inspired the slogan, "Vote for Snowball and the three day week"?
115390. What was Fidel Castro wearing when Edward R. Murrow interveiwed him on the old TV show "Person to Person"?
115391. What radical 60s group issued the Port Heron statement in 1963?
115392. Who was the first female to serve on a British or American jury, or on a jury anywhere?
115393. In the old TV show Honey West (Anne Francis) had a pet. What kind of creature was it and what was its name?
115394. Starting in April 1964 what new device did TVs come equipped with?
115395. What are Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie and Alexander?
115396. What group did the Candy Store Prophets actually provide the music for?
115397. This old movie or show has stumped our family for years. It is about a guy that is trying to date a lady and she has a large poodle. In part of the show, the poodle yelps and puts up one paw like the man kicked him and the lady gets mad and when she turns her back the poodle jumps high in the air, and when she turns back the poodle holds up the wrong paw. The man says, "Look it was the other paw," and the dog switches paws. That's all we can remember. It could be a black and white show or color. We have asked many people if they have seen it but with no luck, what movie is it?
115398. While Japanese were being interred in the United States, what were Americans in Japan doing?
115399. What is the nickname of Pune, a city in India?
115400. What is the nickname of IBM?
115401. Which country is the largest producer of cashew nuts in the world?
115402. The first six digits of a credit card are known as what?
115404. By whom and when was said the quote, "Hence you will not say that Greeks fight like heroes but that heroes fight like Greeks"?
115405. Who in his famous speech quoted, "Never was so much owed by so many to so few," and for what specific reason?
115406. In which country did Hitler's "Mein Kampf" break sales records for year 2009?
115407. What significant event happened in 1421 according to the controversial historian Gavin Menzies?
115408. Is it true that Michael Nesmith's (of the Monkees fame) mother developed the typing correction fluid known as white-out?
115409. From where came the monkeys that live on Gibraltar? Don't tell me that they swam from Africa!
115410. What do they call Canadian bacon in Canada?
115411. When did Percy Bysshe Shelley marry Mary Shelley; was this before or after she wrote 'Frankenstein'?
115412. Who won the Rocky Marciano - Muhammad Ali "Super Fight"
115413. How did the Dumbarton Bridge, S.F. Bay Area, get its name?
115414. What was another name for the Burlesque Conspiracy?
115415. Did Erik Estrada ever get hurt filming "CHiPS"?
115416. Paul Winchell was the voice of which Banana Split?
115417. Why did Howard Hughes store urine in jars?
115418. Who played the role of Heather Pfister in the "Happy Days" TV show?
115419. A punk rock band sang about being stuck in a pagoda with someone. Who is the band and person they sang about?
115420. Who was the US newspaper magnate responsible for one of the Isle of Man's claims to fame?
115422. What caused a quarrel between Chad Everett and Lily Tomlin?
115423. How do you know in which state you are located when you are between "welcome" signs on highways?
115424. Where do people drink cocktails that contain a human toe?
115425. What caused the Medieval Warming Period? Was it fact or fiction?
115426. What caused the Little Ice Age? Was it fact or fiction?
115427. What is the real difference between a patio and a terrace?
115428. Does the Hathaway shirt exist anymore?
Remember the guy from TV ads wore a patch over his eye?
115429. What sci-fi novel first gave us Jessica, Paul and Duke Leto Aterides?
115430. Which of the 25 peope jailed in connection with Watergate was last to be freed in January, 1979?
115431. Which Jefferson Airplane LP featured 'Somebody to Love' and 'White Rabbit'?
115433. Do houseflies vomit on our food?
115434. Did Neil Armstrong really turn into a Muslim?
115435. What were the last words of Horatio Nelson?
115436. What does the saying "tapping the admiral" mean, and from where does it come from?
115438. What insect is known to eat bats?
115439. What is the world record for the most signatures by players on a baseball?
115440. "Cats have kittens, dogs have puppies" - can you finish this?
115441. What adviser to Richard Nixon was Phillip Berrigan charged with plotting to kidnap in January, 1971?
115442. What black singer was young Bob Dylan's idol?
115443. What was the name of the bull terrier in the movie 'The Incredible Journey'?
115444. What toothpaste did Bucky Beaver represent?
115445. Who was killed when he flipped his car in a race in the Ray Peterson song 'Tell Laura I Love Her'?
115446. Which former Beatle wrote two songs dedicated to Smokey Robinson?
115447. Which recording artist had songs in the movies "Caddyshack," "Footloose," and "Top Gun?"
115448. Which recording artist had songs in the movies "The Rose," "Risky Business," "FM" and "Forrest Gump?"
115449. How tall was Mr. Five by Five?
115450. Were any members of the cast of TV's "Petticoat Junction" married to each other in real life?
115451. What was the most popular song by the "Hindu mystic from Stockholm, Sweden?"
115452. In the movie "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" which actor ended up in a Murphy bed after being thrown from the fire truck ladder?
115453. Which soccer players in the 2010 FIFA World Cup wear the AdiZero F50 shoes?
115454. Why do dogs eat poo?
115455. Who was Mike the Chicken of Fruita, Colorado, and what was his claim to fame?
115456. Which animal removes its own stomach to feed?
115457. How is cyanogen used in watch manufacturing?
115458. What is the name of cartoons' Richie Rich's family butler?
115459. Who resided at 1049 Park Avenue, New York City? Hint: TV show.
115460. What Neil Diamond song was banned in the Bible belt?
115461. What film critic did Studs Terkel interveiw for his 1972 book 'Working'?
115462. What other name did Prince Namor of Atlantis go by?
115463. Was Datsun ever sued by BMW over similarities between the BMW model 2002 and the Datsun model 510? I have heard this rumour for years but have found no proof.
115464. What plant has a flower that looks like a glass or soap bubble?
115465. How do you say "Hi" in French?
115466. What is the world's first 100% compostable chip package?
115467. How many 60's Paul Newman movie titles contained the letter H in the first word (except one) and what are they?
115468. Who did a court rule in 1972 that photographer Ron Galella had to stay 50 yards away from?
115469. What magazine paid $650,000 for a seven part serial titled 'Death of a President'?
115470. Who went to stardom with the huge release of his 'Stardust' album in 1975?
115471. Who was the first player ever to score at least three goals in each of three football (soccer) World Cups?
115472. Who narrated 'Victory at Sea'?
115473. Who invented the air crib?
115474. Is the pro wrestler known as Paul Bearer a mortician?
115475. Who is the only non-NFL player in the Pro Football Hall of Fame?
115476. "The Magician" and the "Toeless Wonder" are the only two NFL players who have accomplished what?
115477. Mike Stratton created "the hit heard round the world" when he tackled which running back?
115478. What goes into a sausage?
115479. Who is the leading expert on the Swanton Bomb?
115480. What are "one hundred year old eggs"?
115481. Which fish uses slime to kill its enemies?
115482. What 1973 document was signed by Isaac Asimov, Francis Crick, Andre Sakharov and B.F. Skinner?
115483. What animal is known to be an outstanding actor when it comes to survival?
115484. What causes the spray of a skunk to absolutely stink?
115485. Which wasp lays its eggs inside a caterpillar?
115486. A man was known as "The Marvelous Equilibrist." Who was he and what did he do to earn this moniker? And what did he make in 1892 that was used in "The Magnificent Ambersons" movie 50 years later?
115487. Whose hand is seen drawing the 1906 movie "Humorous Phases of Funny Faces?"
115488. How did Nintendo make it so the DSiXL can go online? I am using the DSiXL to type this question.
115489. What level does Pokémon Slugma evolve at?
115490. Where does the phrase, "Funny, he doesn't look Jewish" come from?
115491. What role did Bill Raisch play in the TV show 'The Fugitive'?
115492. According to comedian Shelly Berman what is the plural of sheriff?
115493. Now much did Jackie Onassis get from Christina Onassis for renouncing all claims against Aristotle's estate?
115494. Who referred to Polish-Americans as "Polacks" during the 1968 presidental campaign?
115495. What Caribbean hideaway gained fame as the favorite spot for the British royal lovers?
115496. Do cockroaches constantly fart?
115497. In 1858 what city was called "the Great Stink" and its people "the Great Unwashed"?
115498. From where did the original Australian Aborigines arrive?
115499. When will the new Pokémon games, Pokémon Black and White, come out? Will there be new Pokémon and regions, and what are the names of the two legendary Pokémon on the cover?