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Questions From Oct 07 10
118001. Who said something like, "A woman who has too much cash, lacks inspiration"?
118002. How did Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay get the nickname "Doc"?
118003. What percent of American women working full time earn more than $100,000 or more a year?
118004. Which Christian denomination was named from the Gospel of John chapter 15, verse 14?
118005. Was Menno Simons excommunicated from the Catholic Church?
118006. Into which languages did William Carey translate the Bible?
118007. Which Christian church did William Booth found?
118008. Which publication by Philip Doddridge did William Wilberforce read that lead to his Christian conversion and gave him the desire to end slave trade?
118009. Who was William Barclay?
118010. William Borden was a Christian missionary to which country?
118011. What is, in the EEC, the maximum percentage of other vegetable fats than cocoa that may be used in the production of chocolate?
118012. Who was the Portuguese navigator that introduced the cocoa plant to the African continent?
118013. Who testified at his 1982 income tax evasion trial that he met Jesus Christ in Korea in 1936?
118014. Who directed Maggie Smith in London's National Theater production of 'Hedda Gabler'?
118015. How much did sponsors pay for a 30 second ad during the final episode of M*A*S*H?
118016. What US President signed Medicare into law?
118017. In the movie 'Alien' did Sigourney Weaver's character Ripley ever have a last name?
118018. What is omerta?
118019. Who is Moreta?
118020. Where is Atmore?
118021. Did any band or person appear at Woodstock (1969) and the Glastonbury Festival (1970)?
118022. Has any animal apart from humans shown signs of schadenfreude?
118023. The Minnesota Twins MLB symbol has a capital T over a capital C. What does the capital C stand for?
118024. What US township recently propsed a law to ban saggy pants?
118025. Who won the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize?
118026. What was Samuel Argall's contribution to sea travel?
118027. Who was John Rolfe?
118028. Was Squanto married?
118029. Who was captain of the Sea Venture?
118030. Why was Michael the Brave assassinated?
118031. Where was Samuel Pepys baptized?
118032. Who was Prime Minister of Egypt in 1909?
118033. Where did the Lakeview Gusher occur?
118034. What was the Silver Dart's role in Canadian aviation history?
118035. Who is the first foreigner to be given the title of ?Distinguished Artist of Ukraine??
118036. How are the lyrics "Midnight in Soho, Nineteen Eighty-four, Fixing in doorways, opium slaves" related in name to a 1969 novel with the character Bertram Copeland Rumfoord?
118037. The Minnesota Wild moniker was selected from a short list of six options. Which name would have been the preferred choice of Dr. Victor Fries?
118038. How is a sobriquet of John Collins Dawson IV related in name to the man who killed the nephew of President Polk in August 1863?
118039. What does Marie Antoinette have to do with the official state cat of Maine?
118040. What caused the demise of Dorothy who is said to still haunt the Hockey Hall of Fame?
118041. Who was credited as Bijou Drains in the band Thunderclap Newman?
118042. Why is an Illinois Hyatt being sued by Dayanara Fernandez?
118043. What was the very first "Google Doodle" designed to commemmorate?
118044. Which entry in the top ten of Forbes' 2010 World's 100 Most Powerful Women list is a Co-Chair for the World Justice Project?
118045. When is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's time capsule dedicated to John Lennon scheduled to be re-opened?
118046. Which was the first football (soccer) team to have its uniform shown in space?
118047. Are there any rap artists in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
118048. What was the original meaning of the word Saracen?
118049. In the UK, which deciduous plants are usually the first in the year to drop their leaves and which are the last?
118050. What French word for an imbecile may, internationally among chocolate producers, also refer to a certain mixture of chocolate and cream?
118051. Did Jeff Tracy of "The Thunderbirds" TV show have a wife?
118052. Who played saxophone on "It's a Gas!" the Mad Magazine record?
118053. Who used the pseudonym Marvin Gardens to write some songs?
118054. When was Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward born?
118055. Why did Cecil B. DeMille not take directing credit for the 1927 movie "Chicago"?
118056. From where did the group Black Oak Arkansas get its name?
118057. What is the Fur Peace Ranch Guitar Camp?
118058. What is the plural of mongoose?
118059. Is there a biological difference between a donkey, a mule and a burro, or is it just in name?
118060. What was Franklin Roosevelt's wife Eleanor's maiden name (nee)?
118061. What did 160,000 hospital patients in the United States become the first customers of July 1, 1966?
118062. What was the name of the place where Gomer Pyle worked in Mayberry?
118063. Where did Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys put his piano in his dining room to give him "inspiration"?
118064. What was the name of The Band before it was The Band?
118065. What Beatles songs were performed at Woodstock?
118066. When did the practice of putting epitaphs on gravestones originate?
118067. What John Dean book did Taylor Branch completely rewrite after Dean's first draft?
118068. What theater were Buddy Holly and the Crickets the first "white" performers to play at in August 1957?
118069. What assassin used a pump action scope sight Remington Gamemaster 30.6 on his victim?
118070. What was the color of the key Dr. Mark Hall (James Olson) wore around his neck in the movie "The Andromeda Strain?"
118071. Has a space probe ever landed on a asteriod?
118072. What is the name of the statue in Moscow that most people find to be very ugly?
118073. Are there any 'Body Farms' in any other countries other then the United States?
118074. What is a "mariage républicain"?
118075. What was the first police force to employ the use of sketch artists as an aid to identify suspects?
118076. Jimmy Buffett, Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, Dr. Seuss and four others have accomplished what literary feat?
118077. What flight number and seat number was D.B. Cooper on?
118078. How did the band "Canned Heat" get their name?
118079. Who was Murray the Outlaw of Falahill?
118080. Have any US presidents not placed their hands on the Bible when being sworn in?
118081. Did Louisa Adams raise worms in the White House?
118082. Was the Blood, Sweat & Tears song "Hi-De-Ho (That Old Sweet Roll)" by Goffin/King about marijuana?
118083. Who was April Lawton?
118084. How many women have won the Golden Globe Award for Most Glamorous Actress?
118085. What nerve passes through the carpal tunnel?
118086. A burn from a hot, electrified heating element is called what?
118087. Happy Columbus Day! Why was Columbus imprisoned in 1500?
118088. In his speech, who did Hugo Chávez call "the devil"?
118089. How much does a bear-skin hat weigh on a guard at Windsor Castle?
118090. Do the golden plates that had the original Book of Mormon written on them still exist?
118091. What causes milk sickness?
118092. Why is the football/soccer player Squillaci known as Sébastien Englehart?
118093. Was Sawney Bean a real person?
118094. Have the San Francisco Giants ever won the World Series?
118095. Which muscle is the weak extensor of the elbow?
118096. Why are psychologists often refered to as "shrinks?"
118097. From where do we get the word "chickenpox?"
118098. What kind of lake is made when silt is deposited on a meandering river bed?
118099. Who wrote the haunting theme for No.58?
118100. What does the wireless internet connection WiFi stand for?
118101. What actress wrote the children's book titled 'The Last of the Great Whangdoodles'?
118102. What does the PTL stand for in the evangelical network The PTL Club?
118103. What group had a hit with the song 'Itchycoo Park' and is it a real place?
118104. What prop did Phyllis Diller always carry on stage with her?
118105. In the movie "Carlito's Way", Carlito Brigante's little cousin had a customized car. What kind was it?
118106. What denomination of currency do they use in Switzerland?
118107. Which TV show host called the Brewer and Shipley song 'One Toke Over the Line' a "modern spiritual"?
118108. What famous blues singer spent two years as a prisoner of war during World War II?
118109. Is the World Toilet Summit held in the same city each year?
118110. What animals are in the genus Turdus?
118111. What J.R.R. Tolken novel was published in 1977 soon after the author's death?
118112. Who was Allen Funt's original co-host on the old TV show 'Candid Camera'?
118113. On 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' what fictitious show on WJM-TV was Moby Pickle, the best gherkin in the world, featured on?
118114. What country was Leonard Cohen's 1966 novel "Beautiful Losers" set in?
118115. What was the name of the GPS in the dog's collar in the movie 'Firewall'?
118116. Did Keith Richards ever change his name?
118117. What is the favorite food of a typical White-faced Saki?
118118. Which songs from the 1940s are on Rolling Stone magazine's "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time" list?
118119. In baseball, is there any such thing as a "curve ball", or is the perceived curve merely an optical illusion?
118120. What distinction is held by Elvis Presley's "One Night / I Got Stung"?
118121. As the idiom says, you should always dot the i's and cross the t's. However for two words in the English language (over 6 letters in length), depending on whether you dot or cross gives two different words. What are they?
118122. Did Renée Adorée really lay on her back for a year when she got sick?
118123. Which star of the 1925 movie "Are Parents People?" was in "Evel Knievel" in 1971?
118124. Who produced the movie "Prisoners of Love" in 1921?
118125. Which sisters, two sets of twins, were often billed as quadruplets during their vaudeville performances?
118126. Did British General Bernard L. Montgomery and US General George S. Patton really not like each other?
118127. What progressive thinker wrote 'A Guide to Confident Living' in 1949?
118128. What do barium, calcium, chlorine, magnesium, potassium, sodium and strontium have in common?
118129. How many Major League Baseball (MLB) players hit 50 or more home runs in a season during the 1970's and 80's?
118130. What was the name of the magazine launched in 1992 by Christopher Booker?
118131. Does Dr. Who have a Christian and a surname?
118132. What is the origin and purpose of the strange start-stop walk by the bride up the aisle?
118133. Is there a special form of training or technique for the announcers giving the legal terms and conditions at the end of radio adverts at record speed?
118134. Which former Ivy Leaguer left his job as a sports reporter to become an minor league umpire, later the major leagues, during which for a time was also writing his own nationally syndicated column, then retired to become a successful general manager in baseball and later the NFL?
118135. Who was the supermodel who disappeared during Fashion Awards in December 2009?
118136. Who were the only two Oscar presenters who when they opened the envelope found out that they had won?
118137. Who won a wooden Oscar statuette with a movable jaw?
118138. How similar are the flags of Chile and of the US state of Texas in appearance?
118139. In Genesis 2:17, 3:3 and 3:4 are different Hebrew words used for the English word 'die'?
118140. Who might wear a mutza suit?
118141. Is it impossible to burp in outer space because of the lack of gravity?
118142. How did Elijah "Pumpsie" Green get his nickname?
118143. How did US President Andrew Jackson commit accidental bigamy?
118144. Is the Donskoy cat a genetic freak of nature or some cruel intervention of man upsetting the natural balance of the feline population?
118145. Who invited Grace Slick to the White House? Did she attend?
118146. What famous philosopher worked as a lens grinder?
118147. Who did US President Jackson kill in a duel?
118148. Who won the battle of Troy?
118149. What 1974 bloodfest gore movie was hyped with, "Who will survive, and what will be left of them"?
118150. Who took over The Saturday Night Beechnut TV Show in Febuary 1958?
118151. What kind of music did Russia's leading newspaper Izvestia call a "motley eclectic mixture...primitive music reduced to a biological level"?
118152. Whose voice at the tea party in the original animated movie "Alice in Wonderland" did Ed Wynn provide?
118153. Which Kennedy wrote "Thirteen Days: A Memoir of the Cuban Missle Crisis"?
118154. What Hunter S. Thompson work was subtitled "Strange Tales from a Strange Time, Gonzo Papers, Volume 1"?
118155. What two ice cream makers merged in 1947 to became nationally known as what?
118156. What was Voltaire referring to when he said, "A thousand shades of gold glistened on its plumage and its feet seemed a mixture of purple and silver"?
118157. Why do the Inuits refuse to eat the liver from polar bears?
118158. What Soviet silent movie was built around a kiss from Mary Pickford?
118159. Who named Silver Spring, Maryland?
118160. In the Oregon Files novels by Clive Cussler, how did mercenary Juan Cabrillo lose his leg?
118161. Who said, "Women are meant to be loved, not to be understood"?
118162. Famously, there are no clocks in Las Vegas Casinos. However, what would happen if a maverick owner decided to break this unwritten rule?
118163. If you wanted to recreate the Battleship Potemkin, would you be allowed under local law to push a pram down the Odessa Steps?
118164. What is the world record for the fastest time to run up the 72 "Rocky Steps", named such because Rocky Balboa ran up them all during the first film?
118165. What is considered to be the smallest capital in the world?
118166. When did we first become aware of anatidaephobia?
118167. What character was Bela Lugosi in "The Wolf Man" (1941)?
118168. What is the world's longest tunnel?
118169. Who breast-fed her son on 'The Dick Cavett Show'?
118170. What was the original name and color of the Muppet character Grover?
118171. Who wrote the autobiography "Thirty Years of Sausage, Fifty Years of Ham?"
118172. Who is Mollie Gene Beachboard?
118173. What is a structured settlement?
118174. Is the chewing tobacco/snuff Copenhagen named after the Danish city?
118175. In what movie does the lead actor demonstrate how to "shot gun" a beer?
118176. How much did the very first cell phone on the market weigh, and cost, and how many minutes of calling time did it have?
118177. What nation has the highest per capita crime rate?
118178. Currently, what nation in Europe has the largest Jewish population?
118179. Which city has more published authors than any other in England?
118180. How long is the Nutopian International Anthem?
118182. How did the Halloween game of wrapping a person up in toilet paper like a mummy originate?
118183. What was the name of the Puritan sect led by John Lilburn from 1647 to 1649?
118184. Who is the first person from Jewish extract to be British prime minister?
118186. Which religious group featured in the film 'Witness'?
118187. Where does the United States store its gold reserves?
118188. Why does the St. Johns River in Florida flow north?
118190. What is the origin and meaning of the term
'By and By'?
118191. Recently, a well known historic photograph has been determined to have been doctored. Which one?
118192. In the Lemony Snicket 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' books, what is the importance of the often mentioned sugar bowl?
118193. Do any of the larger coffee houses use the cold brew process for their hot coffees?
118194. When was Christian music singer Lisa Daggs born?
118195. What is a Ponzi scheme?
118196. For what reason was Executive Order 6102 signed in the United States?
118197. This two-time Olympian started as an actor; his most noteworthy film features him in a scene involving lemonade. Later on in life, he favored beer instead, and now he's worth billions. Who is he?
118198. While singing about Moses, Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor mistreat "Hitler". How so?
118199. Which specialty candy's old tin does Amélie Poulain find behind the tile in her bathroom?
118200. Who and/or what initially determined legal drinking age and official age of adulthood?
118201. Who invented Chloraseptic, and what building is named after him?
118202. Where was Nikita Khrushchev referring to when he said, "Is there an epidemic there? Have gangsters taken over the place?"
118203. What is a pyramid / airplane scam?
118204. Who did Richard Nixon announce would become the chief negotiator at the Paris peace talks effective January 20,1969?
118205. In what film could you hear Jack Nicholson lamenting, "This used to be a fine country. What went wrong?"
118206. What is a "stink" bug?
118207. What book left Ben Gunn and Squire Trelawney high and dry?
118208. Who once lived at 518 Crestview Drive, Beverly Hills, California?
118209. Who shot JR and Roger Rabbit?
118210. Who in MLB history has hit the most grand slams?
118211. What adventure novel was written Captain George North?
118212. Did George Peppard ever appear in 'Mission Impossible'?
118213. Which novel has had the most film adaptions?
118214. Are battle fatigue and shell shock the same thing?
118215. In the TV show "Firefly" in the episode "Shindig", what is the dance called that Mal and Inara danced?
118216. If someone was carrying an Ace of Hearts playing card what personal point would they be trying to make?
118217. What dope ring used French television performer Jacques Angelvin as its courier?
118218. What is nucleomitiphobia the fear of?
118219. What 35 year old with 15 arrests on his record became the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964?
118220. Who was the first person to "sign in" on the old TV show "What's My Line"?
118221. Where did BINGO originate?
118222. Does B.C. mean "before Christ" and A.D. mean "after death"?
118223. What was the process for an American to obtain an African slave in early American history?
118224. Who was the highest ranking US official to ever meet with Hitler?
118225. Who was the only person to win the Mr. Olympia bodybuilding contest uncontested?
118226. Who is the only person to be undefeated in the Mr. Olympia bodybuilding contest?
118227. What caused disagreement about the winner of the 1948 National Amateur Bodybuilders Association Mr. Universe contest?
118228. Who was the youngest person to win the Amateur Athletic Union Mr. America contest?
118229. What are David Brigati, Larry Vernieri, Sam Taylor, Carlton Lattimore, Willie Davis and Joseph DiNicola known as?
118230. In the game of Jai Alai what is the curved thing called that is held during play by the players?
118231. Where were a tribe of Stone Age people called the Tassadays discovered in July 1971?
118232. What British series came to the US prime time March 28, 1966?
118233. What George Orwell book opens with the line, "It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking 13"?
118234. What does "National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence" mean?
118235. What new word did Milton A. Smith coin in 1952 to describe the incomprehensibility, ambiguity, verbosity and complexity of government regulations?
118236. Why did Mayor "Big Bill" Thompson want to "bust King George in the snoot?"
118237. Why did Ettore Bugatti refuse to sell a Bugatti Royale to King Zog?
118238. Why was Urbain Ledoux known as "Mr. Zero"?
118239. What kind of mustache did bandleader Paul Whiteman have?
118240. What dance would have you "Down on your heels, up on your toes"?
118241. How are Silly Bandz shaped?
118242. Is the vuvuzela the loudest wind instrument?
118244. Did Texas Hold'em originate in Texas?
118245. Has any human ever cut a third set of teeth?
118246. Is there still free property available in the United States?
118248. According to one well known newspaper, what religion is Homer Simpson?
118250. Is it possible to see an object which is travelling faster than the speed of light?
118251. What famous New York murder site has just gone up for sale?
118252. How accurate are the different "clocks" at the Joshua Project that measure death rate, oil usage, crime, etc.?
118253. Why did Dick Clark, the former American
Bandstand host, survive the Payola scandal?
118254. What is difference between halal and kosher, if any?
118255. What country seized the radar communications ship Liberty leaving 34 American sailors dead and 160 wounded?
118256. What was the occupation of the three men who shared the cover of Time Magazine as Time's Man of the Year in 1968?
118257. Does Brian Wilson of the San Francisco Giants dye his beard?
118258. Was there a horse named Grand Dooley and what made it famous?
118259. I remember from my childhood P.F. Flyers, they were sneakers. What was the P.F. for?
118260. Why were the letters PX chosen for base military stores?
118261. Another childhood memory, I owned several Schwinn bicycles in my youth. Is the company still in existence?
118262. Is the name Coulee is in the Grand Coulee Dam a person?
118263. What happened to the Ford Mustang used in the Steve McQueen movie 'Bullitt'?
118264. Which candy came first, Mary Jane or Bit-O-Honey?
118265. How did 'Mary Jane' become a slang term for marijuana?
118266. How did certain shoes become known as 'Mary Janes'?
118267. Who is the woman in the "Mary Jane's Last Dance" video?
118268. What was the biggest hit by the Mary Jane Girls?
118269. Why did Beatrix Potter write her diary in code?
118270. Do Paul Erdos and Kevin Bacon have the same Erdos-Bacon number?
118271. Is rabbit meat halal or haram?
118272. Penthouse Magazine founder Bob Guccione died October 20, 2010. What Roman Catholic seminary did he once attend?
118273. Without discussing God please, what do most cosmologists believe caused the Big Bang?
118274. What Michael Caine film appears last in most of the film guides?
118275. Who directed the Broadway version of "The Odd Couple?"
118276. What was the title of the book by Paul Erdman that has financial advisor Bill Hitchcock stealing billions of dollars from the super rich?
118277. What radical 70s group took its name from lyrics from a Bob Dylan song "Subterranean Homesick Blues"?
118278. What is the greatest mass suicide in history?
118279. Where the remains of US Air Force Flight 19, which disappered in the Bermuda Triangle in 1945, ever found?
118280. How many men sailed up to San Francisco Bay at least according to Blues Image?
118281. What movie included an audition for the part of Hitler and "No Experience Needed"?
118282. I heard a rumor, is it true that the 1973 Pan American World Airways Guide to New York had a section in it where you could find the best prostitutes in New York?
118283. What 1966 instrumental was Bob Crewe's greatest known song?
118284. In what state did the United States conduct an underground H bomb test in October 1969?
118285. "And the hare, because he cheweth the cud, but divideth not the hoof" - why does the shape of the foot affect edibility and safety, which is one of the reasons for having clean and unclean?
118286. Does kangaroo meat qualify under the Jewish and Islamic systems?
118287. What has Chen Wei-yih just done that goes against Taiwanese tradition?
118288. What Bond, James Bond, foe lived on an island fortress named Crab Key?
118289. What brand of cereal did Kellogg's first introduce in 1952?
118290. Who was the other person charged and convicted along with Rubin Carter in the 1966 Paterson, New Jersey killing of three people in a holdup?
118291. Who backed up Freddie Bell in the original 1956 classic "Rock Around the Clock"?
118292. Who was the Phillies? mascot before the Phanatic?
118293. On ESPN's Stump the Schwab in any of the games that they played on the show, was there ever one on the subject of cycling?
118294. Does cold brew coffee have less caffeine than hot brewed coffee?
118295. Does chickpea coffee contain caffeine?
118296. Who is the first person to cross the Andes by airplane?
118297. What leprechaun based 1959 Walt Disney movie featured Sean Connery as Michael McBride?
118298. How close is Dallas, Texas to Fort Worth, Texas?
118299. Who is or was John Beresford Tipton?
118300. I have heard if a leprechuan kisses the Blarney Stone "the gift of gab" reverses and their lips are sealed forever. Assuming they exist, is this true?
118301. What is the difference between an English pint glass and an Irish pint glass?
118302. Some fingernail files are shaped like bananas. Do these files have an advantage over straight fingernail files?
118303. What is the purpose of a beer foam scraper?
118304. How many cigarettes was Bond, James Bond's basic daily consumptiom?
118305. Waht Apollo mission's lunar module was named Falcon?
118306. What French philosopher wrote "Being and Nothingness"?
118307. What was the last year that Chrysler made the DeSoto?
118308. Who is most always "Abiding"?
118309. What city are Charlie Gracie, AL Martino and Fabian from?
118310. In what movie was there a pet named Gary Sinise?
118311. Has anyone ever had both parents who've been in space (100km)?
118312. As depicted in Jimmy Smits' "El Trapatio," do the murders in Juarez continue?
118313. A brand of vodka shares its name with a European musical work that was adapted as the national anthem (with a new title that is also the translated name of an Asian country) for which short-lived African state?
118314. Which iconic American brand name is mentioned in the lyrics of one of the first numbers in Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific"?
118315. Which punk rocker married a woman whose stage name is that of a character made famous by Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch, among others?
118316. Who is the only Major League Baseball player to be the last hitter in two World Series and make out both times?
118319. What is the highest post in the Indian army?
118320. Which Prime Minister of India was a pilot with Indian Airlines before he entered politics?
118321. Is it true that the Indian festival Diwali always takes place 20 days after Dushera?
118322. In 1952 who was appointed the General Delegate of the Festival de Cannes?
118323. What's that little triangle thingy above the 6 on a keyboard called?
118324. Were there any battles from the Civil War fought in New Mexico or Arizona?
118325. What deodorant TV commercial featured a medicine cabinet shared on both sides by two familys and the line, "Hey you must be Mona's kid"?
118326. According to the Bobby Bare song what was burning above the door of Hickory Hollow's tramp?
118327. What is a misogamist?
118328. What are mucopurulent secretions?
118329. What first went on sale at most pharmacies in the United States in May 1960?
118330. How do most sportscasters massacre Brett Favre's last name?
118332. What is the largest US Air Force base?
118333. What was used for the first time when Dr. Crippen was arrested for murder?
118334. S.O.S Pad. Why is there no period after the second "S"?
118335. How many years elapsed between the discovery of Piltdown man and the realization that it was a hoax?
118336. When was Haeckel's recapitulation theory disproved?
118337. Who was Lord Beaverbrook?
118338. What bane did the Sixteenth Amendment to the US Constitution bring to the United States?
118339. What does it mean when a vitamin is "isolated"?
118340. Who was Sholem Aleichem?
118342. How many vitamins are recognized by nutritionists?
118343. What is apophenia?
118344. Apart from Stork, does anyone sell 'margarine' as 'margarine' now, or is it all 'spread'?
118346. Which Academy Award-winning actor had to stand by helplessly while his wife died giving birth, because helping her would've meant the death of both of them and their child?
118347. What film's 1982 release led the US State Department to deny involvement in the 1973 disappearance of Charles Horman in Santiago?
118348. What comedy duo made their final joint appearance on April Fool's day 1960?
118349. What was the alternate title of Herman Hesse's "The Glass Bead Game"?
118350. Who was the actor that played a recurring role on the TV show 'Wild, Wild West' as Doctor Miguelito Loveless?
118351. What was the real name of ? in the band Question Mark and the Mysterians ('96 Tears')?
118352. Did The Ohio Express ever sing "Yummy Yummy Yummy" live?
118356. The Packers and New York Jets have only played 10 times in NFL history, but how many different stadiums have the two teams played in?
118357. What planet was taken over by aliens named Overloads in "Childhood's End" by Arthur C. Clarke?
118358. Exactly how many National Parks, not state parks, are in the United States?
118359. Who wrote in the introduction of his own book 'Mother Night', "We are what we pretend to be"?
118360. What fiancée did Paul McCartney write "And I Love Her" for?
118361. Which gangster did hit man Charles "The Bug" Workman kill?
118362. Were heavyweight champion Primo Carnera's fights fixed by a gangster?
118363. How did Luigi Galleani die?
118364. Did Orville and Wilbur Wright ever fly together?
118365. In the flavouring sachet you get with packets of noodles, there always seems to be a little square bit of something dark green. What is It?
118366. Which is older, the Bay to Breakers or the Indianapolis 500?
118367. Which World's Fair lasted the longest?
118368. What was the Zimmermann Telegram?
118369. What was the Golden Mermaid Trophy?
118370. Is the Inverted Jenny a type of high dive for women?
118372. What was the title of the book written by Polly Adler about a brothel?
118373. What branch of the U.S. armed forces admitted in 1969 that it lost $21 million worth of oil and gas?
118374. What brand of cigarettes were "toasted"?
118375. What song of the south did Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans have a huge hit with in 1962?
118376. On what kind of plane was Lyndon Johnson sworn in as President?
118377. Who sang the song 'Indian Summer'? The letters I have are '??e ?e??e ??a?'
118378. Is it true that President Johnson physically assaulted Canadian Prime Minister Lester Pearson,
when Pearson questioned American policy in bombing
North Vietnam in 1965?
118379. Does the city of Athens have a motto?
118380. Who is Dude Manrod?
118381. Where in the Bible are clean or unclean animals first mentioned?
118382. What do people living in Greece call themselves?
118383. Governmentally speaking, what is the difference between a commonwealth (four in the US) and a state?
118384. Who did Bilbo Baggins get the ring from in 'The Fellowship of the Rings'?
118385. Why in England are men of royalty called, for example, "Bonnie" Prince Charles, Bonnie is feminine?
118387. The misadventures of actor Charlie Sheen continue. On 27 October 2010 he was found in a demolished NYC hotel room, drunk with rage, wearing what clothing?
118388. What nation was the first to be occupied by the Axis Powers in World War II?
118389. Which movie character was known as a "mountain of molten lust"?
118390. Which of the performers or groups at the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival would later dedicate an album to a singer/actor who was accidently gunned down at the age of twenty-six many years earlier?
118394. What is loop?
118395. What is the Cerrado?
118396. Who, or where, is Bonnie Brae?
118397. In general, how old do you have to be to understand irony?
118398. What is the longest running comic strip where the characters do not speak?
118399. How is Qays ibn al-Mulawwah connected to a famous rock n' roll song?
118400. Who played Senator Hayes Stowe on the old NBC TV show 'The Bold Ones'?
118401. What 'President to be' opened as part of a singing group called the Continentals at the Last Frontier on February 15, 1954?
118402. With regards to the Royal Family of Great Britain, how long have they being receiving an allowance, if I may call it that, from the British government, and if so, why can't they pay their own way?
118403. What song was the inspiration for Roberta Flack's "Killing Me Softly With His Song"?
118404. What or who, precisely, determines the the value of one currency against another, or do I need a degree in Economics to understand that?
118405. What percentage of paintings in major art galleries and in the hands of private collectors are generally acknowledged to be forgeries?
118406. When and how did the Gypsy or Romany culture first develop?
118407. Was the American idea of "Manifest Destiny" ever officially renounced, or did it die a quiet and ignoble death, or is it still alive?
118408. In the solar system, what is closest approach point
of any two planets?
118409. Who signed Clark Gable's discharge papers after World War II ended?
118410. What is Tifo culture?
118411. Is the dancer/choreographer Paul Taylor any relation to June Taylor of "The June Taylor Dancers"?
118412. What Anthony Shaffer thriller opened on Broadway November 12, 1970?
118413. Of what type of foam are "memory foam" pillows made?
118414. What was the last song the musicians on the Titanic played?
118415. Who was Reginald Van Gleason III?
118416. Tim Lincecum got 14 strikeouts against Atlanta, Cliff Lee got 13 strikeouts against New York, what pitcher has the most strikeouts in a playoff game?
118417. Who discovered that flouride fights cavities?
118418. Why do we shiver?
118419. Who is known as Dr. Steelhammer?
118420. What role did Frederic March have in "...tick...tick...tick..."?
118421. Which English rock 'n roller co-wrote scientific research papers about astrophysics?
118422. An item that John McClane carries at the airport in "Die Hard" makes an appearance in another film. What's the item and what's the other film?
118423. Their national pride was at an all-time low when they played the Russians in the second-to-last game in their event at the summer Olympics. The Russians, known for their recent invasion, were hated. But the Russians gave up four goals in a firece, bloody battle, and lost. Which team won what is the most famous game in the sport's history, and then went on to win the gold medal the next day?
118424. Do soldiers of the Salvation Army have an official salute?
118425. Can the human pectorals support the weight of an average human body, and which recent film does the plot depend on this piece of information?
118426. Who was the very first person to win baseball's Cy Young award in 1956 when it first was awarded?
118427. Who is John Gale also known as?
118428. What one time Westinghouse spokesperson became President Lyndon Johnson's special assistant for consumer affairs in May 1967?
118429. What White House newlyweds honeymooned in Nassau under the name of Frisbee?
118430. What TV character's favorite expression was, "What a revolting development this is"?
118431. What historical event took place on this day, October 27, 1904 in New York City 106 years ago?
118432. What is muscle memory?
118433. What is "Dr. Strangelove syndrome"?
118434. What are plus fours?
118435. In World War II, what was the German codename for the military operation which culminated in the Battle of Kursk?
118436. Which science fiction author's love for the works of composer John Dowland led him to include the title of one of Dowland's best-known songs in the title of one of his books?
118437. What is the plural of petit four?
118438. On what day was the US presidential election in 1920?
118439. Who ate King Louis XIV's heart?
118440. Has poo ever been valuble?
118441. What is the definition or meaning or an explanation of pleonasm?
118442. What was a "gong scourer?"
118443. Did Bobby Jones name his putter?
118444. What is Benzoni, Mississippi's claim to fame; what is it known as?
118445. What Ian Fleming book was published in France under the title "Chauds Ies Glacons"?
118446. What 1960 film had two scenes with Jean Simmons nude fron the waist up that were deleted by censors after a long battle about the scenes?
118447. Who scored big time as Miss Marmelstein, a garment company secretary in "I Can Get It Wholesale"?
118448. What are considered to be more dangerous to humans - rhinos or hippos?
118449. Who survived the car crash that killed Junior Durkin?
118450. Who released the albums "Eek-A-Nomics" and "Eek-A-Speeka"?
118451. What where the three C's of Dr. Livingstone?
118452. Was napalm used in World War II?
118453. Has human poo ever been valuable?
118454. What are Kristi Noem's top three issues that she is concerned with, in her run for the lone House seat that South Dakota has?
118455. What does "gravitas" mean; and why have so many people been asking this same question?
118456. What was the deadliest battle for the British in their military history?
118457. In Japan, what is an "Otohime?"
118458. What human organ can actually regenerate itself?
118460. Can you tell what month and day of the year it is by looking at the stars?
118461. Can you tell what day and month of the year it is by the sunrise and sunset?
118462. How can you tell what month and day of the year it is without looking at a calender?
118463. Is there life on the moon?
118464. Why it is advisible to plan the logic of a program before writing it?
118465. What are the characteristics of an algorithm?
118466. Which cosmonaut died because of an errant cotton ball?
118467. In 1983 what did Guion Bluford become the first of?
118468. What name was given to the two emergency information radio stations 640 and 1240 on the dial?
118469. What really old TV show featured members of "The Mystic Knights of the Sea"?
118470. What Tim Hardin song did Bob Dylan turn into #1 in 1966?
118471. Who is Roberta Anderson from Alberta, Canada?
118472. In the movie 'The Exorcist' what was used to produce the sounds that were made when the demon left Regan's body?
118473. What rock group got their start playing at MaGoo's Pizza shop?
118474. What is the Codex Gigas?
118475. This composer was delighted to receive a violin case without a violin in it - even though it did contain a fiddle of sorts. Can you tell us what was in the case, what happened to it, and what he composed in thanks?
118476. How many children did Francis Cooke of the Mayflower have?
118477. Who invented the triplet lens?
118478. When was Chief Dull Knife born?
118479. What was the lifespan of the very first electric light?
118480. What name do the Jolly Corks go by today?
118481. How can "When it rains it pours" and "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?" be connected?
118482. Which of the founders of White Castle was born first?
118483. What country did the SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) sponsor all expenses paid trips to so people could "see socialism in action"?
118484. What Saturday morning TV cartoon show did the National Coalition on Television once call the most violent?
118485. Who said, "If I can't dance then I'd rather be dead"?
118486. Who was Orator Francis Woodward?
118487. What item was stolen from the American Museum of Natural History in October 1964 using only glass cutters on an unlocked bathroom window and a squeegee?
118488. Charles VI of France delusionly thought that he was made of what?
118489. When is DST 2010?
118490. Judging by his scarf, which team is supported by the fan with the long grey beard, glasses and flat cap, in the opening credits of BBC1's Football League Show?
118491. How many times did Leeds score four goals away from home last season, and who were the opponents? Also, who scored for Leeds on their visit to Scunthorpe on the opening day in 2008?
118492. What's the difference between a goblin and a hobgoblin?
118493. Who was the English man to win the world speedway title twice?
118494. What fashion designer was made an officer of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth in 1966?
118495. What assassin had other aliases such as John Willard, Ramon Sneyd and Eric Starvo Galt?
118496. Who worked at the company Gateman, Goodbury and Graves?
118497. What TV and movie cowboy's home was named Melody Ranch?
118498. What was the name of Lil Abner's son?
118499. Who went around the world in 80 minutes in February 1962?