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Questions From Nov 28 10
119001. Which actress played the character subjected to the horrors of the Comfy Chair?
119002. Which actress won an Oscar playing a character almost 20 years before playing the same character's mother in a prequel?
119003. Who is the current MP of the constituency that includes a park which was built by an early Postmaster General for his wife, who also held the Postmaster patent after his death?
119004. The highest British Marylin is Ben Nevis, but which is the one with the lowest elevation?
119006. What is the name for a patterned shoulder cover made in Scotland in the 19th century?
119007. What was the name of the British government or its policy, so-called from a London street?
119008. What is the name for a clergyman's black preaching robe?
119009. What was the name of the legendary dancehall in Shepherd's Bush Road, London, that closed 1 April 2007?
119010. What is the word given for the intentional pocketing of an opponent's ball in billiards?
119011. What is the name of a style of commercial van with enclosed area extended over the driver's cab? (5,4)
119012. What is the purpose of the oil found in the heads of sperm whales?
119013. Why do women put perfume on their wrists?
119014. Is graupel the same as hail?
119015. When was the first Präsident made?
119016. What is the purpose of the oil pan in an automotive engine?
119017. What is nursemaid's elbow?
119018. Are a lassi and a chaas the same thing?
119019. Is the Gypsy Horse usually taller than the Clydesdale?
119020. Is there anything special about Hobbie-J?
119021. Are chipmunks found in Europe?
119022. What is "The Lost Chord"?
119023. What did Minnie Mouse use as a parachute in "Plane Crazy" of 1928?
119024. Who did Roger Ebert once refer to as the "Laurence Olivier of spoofs"?
119025. What was the only Three Stooges short film where all four Howard brothers appeared?
119026. What is shemping?
119027. Is Greek related to any other languages?
119028. Why do pretzels have their strange shape?
119029. How do you say "chipmunk " in Spanish? (No Spanglish please.)
119030. Popstars or American Idol - which was first to broadcast Simon Cowell as a judge?
119031. Approximately how many "hundreds and thousands" are there in a standard 100 gram tub of "hundreds and thousands"?
119032. Are primates such as chimpanzees and orangutans ambidextrous; and if so, approximately how recently did we evolve to specialise in one side of the body?
119034. Of the the five newspapers allowed by Wikileaks to publish their data (Guardian, the New York Times, Der Spiegel, Le Monde, El Pais) - which has the largest daily readership, and which the least?
119037. In a counter-proof to a counter-proof of Fermat's Last Theorem - someone worked out which 3 cubed numbers when added together do make a cube number?
119038. What is the space speed record?
119039. What is the closest land dwelling relative to whales?
119040. Why did Lieutenant-Colonel David Watson propose the compilation of a map of the Scottish Highlands in 1747?
119041. Is there evidence that the universe started before the Big Bang?
119042. Why do disposable lighters have two separate fluid chambers even though the fluid can flow between the two?
119046. How much do the losers get on 'The Amazing Race'?
119047. If you wanted to be a generous lover this Christmas and give your girlfriend all the gifts from the 12 days of Christmas, which day would cost the most? To clarify; for humans such as maids milking - she would like them for one day only; all other items are bought outright and as cheap as possible.
119048. How old is Barney the Dinosaur meant to be?
119050. What is the line of succession if something happens to Canadian Prime Minister Harper?
119051. Does the size of an onion determine the burn?
119054. Why is celery always served with Buffalo Wings?
119055. If a Muslim person decides to make a pilgrimage to Mecca, are there any particular modes of transportation that are permitted or not permitted? For example, if someone is coming from North America or Europe, is it permissible to fly directly to Mecca to fulfill the Hajj?
119056. Does telecommunications giant Rogers own a part of the CFL's Toronto Argonauts?
119057. What is the name of the cruise ship based out of Mobile, Alabama?
119058. Who was the first to walk the 6000 kms along the Great Wall of China?
119059. What is the largest yearly gathering of people in the world?
119060. Why are "blackheads" and "whiteheads" so called?
119061. Where can you find freshwater dolphins?
119062. Which was the winner of the recent 275 yard "driving" contest between a golf ball and a Lomborghini?
119063. What is walla?
119064. Who invented the anemometer and what is its purpose?
119065. Which movie actor boxed heavyweight champion Jack johnson?
119066. What did Francois Marcel contribute to 1920s women's hairstyles?
119067. Why has the orange-colored coffee pot become a symbol for decaffeinated coffee in restaurants, and what about the occasional green-colored coffee pot?
119068. Why do all the Christmas tree lights on a string go out when just one burns out?
119069. What is the difference between 320kbps and 128pbps songs?
119070. What ingredient in diet drinks provides the one calorie? Why do some diet drinks have one calorie and some have no calories?
119071. What is brominated vegetable oil, and why is it only found in orange soda?
119072. How do they put the pockets in pita bread?
119073. Why do grads wear caps and gowns at graduations?
119074. Why are graduation caps flat and square?
119075. What does the color of graduation gowns signify?
119076. According to Micah, an Old Testament prophet, what was to come out of Judah?
119078. What is the deepest borehole in the world?
119079. Who is the producer of syndicated radio's 'The Sean Hannity Show' that is consistently referred to on-air as "Sweet Baby James"?
119080. What's a menzula?
119081. In the book 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?' what religion is mainly practiced?
119083. What was the reorganized government of Virginia?
119084. What actress lived in a house that was called "the Pink Palace"?
119085. Is there such a place as Ipanema, and if so, where is it?
119086. What actress served as one of Elizabeth Taylor's bridesmaids at her wedding to Micheal Todd?
119087. What year was Phillip Wildash's book titled "Birds of South Vietnam" published?
119088. Whose last and biggest hit was "Venus in Bluejeans"?
119089. What former Olympian grabbed the gun out of Sirhan Sirhan's hand after he shot Robert Kennedy?
119090. Was the song "Leaving on a Jet Plane" banned in the United States after the horrible attacks on 9/11/01?
119091. Which Charlie Chaplin song did Petula Clark take to the top of charts in the UK?
119092. Which female trio sings backup vocals on the Jimi Hendrix version of "Hey Joe"?
119093. Which member of the Raelettes had a #1 hit single on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1975 and a daughter who appeared regularly on SNL from 2000-2007?
119094. Is saxophone player Najee known by any other name?
119095. Which faithful man was the first person to have his first seven hits in the top five in the UK?
119096. In "A Streetcar Named Desire", what was the name of the second streetcar that Blanche du Bois took in order to reach Stella and Stanley's home?
119097. In Japan, what is the name of the railway official responsible for pushing commuters into crowded trains?
119098. What is a blue ray CD?
119099. Is there any way to increase the space on a USB?
119100. What is the only US state that has rivers for both its western and eastern borders?
119101. Why aren't most skyscrapers made with brick?
119102. Why are nine-volt batteries rectangular?
119103. Can horses vomit?
119104. How are Class A cigarettes different from other cigarettes?
119105. What are the small, light-colored spots on a brown cigarette filter? Do they have a function?
119106. When and where was the first Salvation Army Christmas kettle?
119107. What is meant by "metallurgic coal"?
119108. We all know Maverick was Tom Cruise's character in 'Top Gun.' What was the call name of the black fighter pilot who pushes Maverick in the movie?
119109. What upscale Beverly Hills store provided most of the prizes on the old games in California?
119110. On this day in 1947 what Broadway show first opened at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre?
119111. How many stars from end to end in an arch are there in the Paramount Pictures logo?
119112. What athlete said, "I bet my poetry gets printed more than any that is turned out by the poem writers that them critics like"?
119113. What weighs more - a squeaky pet mouse or a clicky computer mouse?
119114. Which name for traditional triangular pastry as eaten at Purim, came first: Haman's pockets (Hamantaschan) or Haman's ears (Oznei Haman)?
119115. What US state has the most bridges?
119116. Per Pink Floyd, what do you have to do to have pudding?
119117. Which two Michael Caine films have been remade starring the same actor?
119118. Is there a place called Scandinavian Russia?
119119. The Cultural Revolution was the name of the historical period in China between 1966 and 1976.
What was the name of the period that followed?
119120. There was a so called Golden Age in the 16th and 17th centuries in countries like England, Spain, the Netherlands and Poland. Did other European countries have a similar Golden Age at that time, for example Germany and Italy?
119121. What city is called Kænugarður in Icelandic, and why this name?
119122. What is the difference between an exonym and a toponym?
119123. In Russia, what is the Golden Ring?
119124. Is there a ferry line between Russia and Ukraine?
119125. Who was the first person to record "Casey at the Bat"?
119126. Is it true that the Vikings brought women with them from America to Iceland 1000 years ago?
119127. What country is called Schlaraffenland in German?
119128. Who was John Kruesi?
119129. What is Intelligentsia, and who coined the term?
119130. Why do frogs close their eyes when swallowing?
119131. Is there any difference between men's and women's razors?
119132. Is there a pulse in our ears?
119134. Why was the Wolf MRAP Armored personnel carrier rejected by the US military?
119135. What are the major differences between "Gone in 60 Seconds" and "Too Fast and Furious?"
119136. If you have someone in the military service in any of the four branches, same exact rank, same exact time in service, is their pay scale the same, or does it vary between branches?
119137. Who presented a 246 page prepared statement to the Senate Watergate committee, taking 7 hours to read it?
119138. Who opened the first international section of the Black Panthers in Algiers in 1970?
119139. What man was the first to get the job of chairman of Cosmopolitan Magazine?
119140. When do you hang stockings for St. Nick?
119141. Is it true that Rick Nelson had Mary Lou Retton in mind when he wrote "Hello Mary Lou"?
119142. Who are the three default opponents in Microsoft Hearts?
119143. Since I live in the eastern part of the United States (Pennsylvania) I was wondering if Herrs Chips and Tastycake products are sold in the rest of US?
119146. Where is Cockaigne?
119147. Why are the interior walls of tunnels usually finished with ceramic tiles? Are they tiled for practical or aesthetic reasons?
119148. Why does heat make us sleepy in the afternoon when we are trying to work but restless when we are trying to sleep at night?
119149. In what direction, inside our heads, are our eyes facing when we are asleep?
119150. Is Riccardo Corleone the correct equivalent in Italian of Richard the Lionheart?
119151. Has there ever been any proof of involvement of Franciscan friars or other clerics in the Sicilian mafia network?
119152. Why was the Golan MRAP personnel carrier rejected by the US military?
119153. What part of Italy is officially trilingual?
119154. What famous Italian bandito invited President Harry Truman to annex Sicily and to make it into a U.S. State?
119155. Number one covers his eyes, number two covers his eyes, number three covers his mouth. If there is a number four, what does he do?
119156. What popular Sicilian ricotta cake gets its name from Latin for "mixed with cheese"?
119157. What is eastern in Iowa, Louisiana and New Jersey and western in Kansas, Montana, Nebraska North Dakota and Wyoming?
119159. Who created the famous rabbit for the Playboy Magazine?
119160. What entertainer told Lady Bird Johnson at a White House luncheon, "You sent the best of this country off to be shot and maimed"?
119161. What onetime world leader's wife was named Farah?
119162. What fast food chain's invasion of Hawaii caused Sentor S.I. Hayakawa to say, "What a terrible revenge for Pearl Harbor"?
119163. What is the only film role that has resulted in Oscar nominations for three different actors?
119164. Where was Bjarmaland?
119165. What is the difference between an ark and a wherry?
119166. Is the boat type called batteau still being used in America?
119167. Is Scots a language in its own right or a dialect of English?
119168. What kind of language is Anglish?
119169. When you buy shoes and look on the inside of them you see the sizes. Why does the US and the UK always seem different?
119170. Is Queen Elizabeth II still offering "alms" to deserving senior citizens each year?
119171. Were the Kings of Egypt in the 20th century also the Kings of Sudan?
119172. What book tells of Doug Rader pooping on a player's birthday cake?
119173. Does Santa Claus have a wife?
119174. In America, what does a blue reflector in the middle of the drivers lane mean?
119175. What speed film should be used to see the International Space Center under higher ambient light?
119176. Who is the only person nominated for a Nobel Prize, a Grammy Award and an Academy Award?
119177. What is the origin of the phrase, "the cat's pyjamas?"
119178. What specific names or titles were given to the individual members of a Russian barge-hauling team?
119179. What was the general name for a Russian barge-hauler?
119180. Why are many Australians who were born in the second half of the 20th century mourning the death today of Norman Hetherington?
119181. I got a quiz compliment that said "kapoy kayo met jejeje." Does anybody know what that means, and in what language?
119182. What county of north Georgia is the big peach water tower in?
119183. In terms of missiles, what does "LOck-on After Lauch (LOAL)" really mean? Does it mean that a jet fighter can actually hit something at 180 degrees?
119184. What was the made for TV movie starring Desi Arnez, Jr. with a song talking about a hammer and a nail?
119185. Which well known broadcaster has the same three names in order as a long-serving British admiral born 154 years earlier?
119186. In the UK they are Q & W, in France they are A & Z. What are they?
119187. What is the only electrical appliance pictured on the Beatles album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Cub Band"?
119188. What point of land did Edmund Hillary and his team reach after a 1,200 mile overland trek on January 3, 1958?
119189. What US President spilled the secret beans about the Stealth technology?
119190. How many millions of dollars did ABC pay to televise 'Cleopatra' in 1966?
119191. Whose 9th stay of execution arrived two minutes too late on May 2, 1960 because of an incorrect phone number?
119192. Which room's door was smashed down in the famous scene from 'The Shining'?
119193. Which animals do not have a vertebral column?
119194. What was the first Russian settlement of the Pacific?
119195. Who is Comrade Wolf?
119196. What's nu in Greece?
119197. Why does aftershave lotion have a sting? What causes the sting, and could it be replaced by a non-stinging ingredient?
119198. Is it possible to smell rain before it arrives?
119200. What does it mean if a mushroom's cap is infundibuliform?
119201. What word connects a Queen, a Russian physicist, an English county and a London borough?
119202. Why were Hiroshima and Nagasaki picked as the sites for the atomic bomb?
119203. Is there a taste sensation (salty, bitter, sour, etc.) that responds fastest when excited?
119204. How is Friedrich Nietzsche's last name pronounced, with a long e sound as in "cheese", or with a short a sound as in "ha ha"?
119205. How does a unit of measurement, a region in South America, a particular type of bird and many array of vessels coincide with a pastry ornament?
119206. In the song "I'm Henry the VIII" by Herman's Hermits does "the widow next door" that's been married seven times before have a name?
119207. What part of San Francisco, California did the Gray Line begin bus tours of on April 5, 1967?
119208. Here's one for all the good Australians out there...what's the difference between a Wallaby and a Kangaroo?
119209. What was the "joke" that the Bee Gees started?
119210. What was the last song that John Lennon ever recorded?
119211. We all can vividly remember seeing pictures of the stiff American flag standing after the first manned moonwalk. Strange question. Is it still standing there?
119212. Are the fruit Kiwi and the flightless bird Kiwi connected? Why are they named the same?
119213. What part of the U.S. postmarks stopped telling on February 1, 1964?
119214. What old TV show centered on Susanna Pomeroy, the social director of the "Ocean Queen"?
119215. What was the first disease to have a TV telethon to raise money in 1949?
119216. I know the temperature where I am isn't anything like it is where Qp lives, but it still feels cold here. In Celsius and Fahrenheit, you can have negative (minus) temperatures. Can you have them in the Kelvin scale? (Beware - Baloo at work...)
119217. What exactly is the "new bird" in the Winter Wonderland song? "Gone away is the bluebird, here to stay, is the new bird. It sings a love song, as we go along, walking in a winter wonderland."
119218. By whom and why was Ded Moroz forced to wear blue robes?
119219. What is the traditional shape of Marzipanbrot?
119220. As what did Colly Cibber achieve fame? I have found lots of things but cannot decide on which one.
119221. If in United States only the President can order a nuclear strike, then how many officials in Russia have the same authority?
119222. Who was the first coach to have a cooler of Gatorade dumped on him?
119223. What was the northernmost settlement founded by Spain in North America?
119224. A successful coup d'état occurred in what country in 2010?
119225. On 'Star Trek: Voyager' why are they continually worried about the doctor's program getting erased, lost or destroyed in any number of episodes? Since he's a holographic program, why don't they just create copies of him?
119226. What is the difference between puritanism and pietism?
119227. Which event is often considered as the single most catastrophic event in the history of Islam?
119228. What is the Roaring Forties and the Furious Fifties?
119229. How many women were there among the 35 new astronauts selected by NASA in January 1978?
119230. What fictitious TV character put up the money to build a 60,000 acre ranch called Silverstone?
119231. Who were the first to sail both the Northern Sea Route and the Northwest Passage in one summer?
119232. Who said, "God is Spanish"?
119233. Why do unopened jars of mayonnaise, salad dressing, and fruit stay fresh indefinitely on the shelf but require refrigeration after being opened?
119234. Why are matchbooks assembled so that the sharp side of the staple is on the striking side, risking injury to the fingers?
119235. How can the blades of an electric can opener be sharp enough to cut through metal yet not sharp enough to cut our fingers when touched?
119236. Why are there two red stripes around the thinnest part of bowling pins?
119237. Does catnip "work" on big cats like lions or tigers?
119238. Why do pet rodents drink water out of bottles instead of dishes or bowls?
119239. In terms of area, where is the smallest desert on Earth?
119240. What event caused the start of the modern era?
119241. Why wasn't Chuck Yeager an astronaut?
119242. Why isn't Kevin Gillespie a contestant on 'Top Chef All-Stars'?
119243. Why was U.S. Secretary of War William Belknap impeached?
119244. Bamboo fabric is relatively new on the market. What makes it antibacterial and antifungal?
119245. If you had only one match, and entered a cold, dark room where there was an oil heater, and oil lamp and a candle, which would you light first?
119246. Why do judges wear black robes?
119247. What do coffee companies do with all the caffeine left over once they have made their decaf coffee?
119248. Who was Paul McCartney looking through when he wrote the song "I'm Looking Through You"?
119249. How many kids were in the Peanut Gallery on the first Howdy Dowdy Show?
119250. Does anyone know who is the voice of the Gecko in the Geico Insurance commericals?
119251. What kind of bank accepted its first deposit of liquid assets in 1964 in Iowa City, Iowa?
119252. Who lived in Treasure House?
119253. Why are golf buggies left hand drive?
119254. Which radar system has the longest operating range?
119255. Has the Chinese military really developed an anti-ship ballistic missile?
119256. What Spanish town did James A. Michener talk about in his book "The Drifters"?
119257. How many times did the Who perform their rock opera 'Tommy' in its entirety?
119258. What part did Robert Alda (Alan's father) play in the 1950 Broadway musical "Guys and Doll"?
119259. What radical group's emblem featured a seven headed snake?
119260. What 1950 Broadway play starred Ethel Merman as Sally Adams?
119261. In what Christmas book do animals living in a small canyon learn about Santa Claus when they discover a discarded Christmas tree?
119262. Major League Baseball: Who are the three Major Leaguers who played in the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and 1960s?
119263. In the course of Baloo's peregrinations, he came across two pubs in a place called Glapwell. One was called 'The Plug and Feathers' and the other was called 'The Young Vanish'. The second is easy to explain (yes, it is...) but why the first?
119264. What is the theme song to the TV show "Peep Show" called?
119265. Are English muffins available in England?
119266. In 'Star Trek: Voyager' how many shuttlecraft were lost or destroyed during the whole series?
119267. Are there any wild wolves in Britain?
119268. Over the many years I have been alive I have seen the words grey and gray both referred to the color. Which is correct in useage to the color?
119269. I have heard both ways, but which is the correct pronunciation of "foci"; with a 'k' sound or with an 's' sound?
119270. Why are the cold weather underwear called "long johns"? Was the inventor named John?
119271. How many people died at the original 1969 Woodstock Music Festival?
119272. What ousted Congo leader was assassinated on Feburary 12, 1961?
119273. Who formed the New York Ballet Company in 1948?
119274. "More rapid than eagles his coursers they came"- what are coursers in this context?
119275. In what specific way is BBC TV's 'Cooking in the Danger Zone' related to the fifth album by Led Zeppelin?
119276. What was British artist Mike McInnerney's most famous work, seen worldwide in 1969?
119277. What does the name SEALs, as in Navy SEALs stand for?
119278. What TV show starred a series of six female impersonators during its 17 year run?
119279. What "Leave it to Beaver" star moved to Minnesota and sold Chtistmas trees after the show ended its long TV run?
119280. What comic strip girlfriend measured in at an amazing 19-19-19?
119281. What advertising slogan of the 1960s is reputed to have attracted the ire of America's English teachers for its apparent grammatical error (which it wasn't)? The product being advertised was a movie by a very well known director.
119282. Which chemical makes a product anti-bacterial or anti-fungal?
119283. What is meant by a Panenka penalty in soccer?
119284. What special way to score a penalty kick was practised by Johan Cruyff on 5th December 1982?
119285. What is a fluffernutter?
119286. Why are spelling bees called "bees"?
119287. Who was Sam Hill as in "What the Sam Hill is going on?"
119288. What city was home to the once famous 50s-60s nightclub "Hungry i"?
119289. Who did announcer Arnold Zenker replace for 13 days during the 1967 A.F.T.R.A. strike?
119290. How many male prostitutes did Masters and Johnson use in thier 1966 study "Human Sexual Response"?
119291. What real life married couple played Mr. Adams and Eve?
119292. Can beer be used as a good shampoo?
119293. Which American presidents had the highest and lowest attested IQ scores?
119294. Did any Caucasians record under the Black Swan record label?
119295. What is the soccer term for a method of kicking the ball with the kicking leg behind the standing leg?
119296. After oxygen, what element is the most common in nature?
119297. Why do deer stand transfixed by the headlights of oncoming cars? Do they have a death wish?
119298. Why does eating ice cream make you thirsty?
119299. Why is the average woman a much better dancer than the average man?
119301. Does anyone still use COBOL?
119302. What makes a horse a steeding horse?
119303. What medical procedure did David Rorvik claim he had done in his writng "In His Image?"
119304. What revolutionary kind of new tire was introduced in Akron, Ohio on May 11, 1947?
119305. When was the last time the Detroit Lions were the only team to win a game from the NFC North Division during the regular season of the NFL?
119306. In the National Football League, what is the penalty given to a coach who trips an opposing player running downfield?
119307. Who is Greyson Michael Chance?
119308. What is the English meaning of the German word 'Heer'?
119309. What was bitterly ironic about Rory O'Connor's execution in 1922?
119310. Who were the first English football league team to win a competitive football match with a Golden Goal?
119311. On "Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman" there's an episode with a guy named Tom who seems nice, but then tries to hurt Dr. Quinn's family. Dr. Quinn tells Coleen that he suffers from "Morphism"? What is morphism?
119312. Who is Donald Cloyde Ellis?
119313. Who is Shemida?
119314. In World War II which unit of the US Army was the first to reach (not cross) the Rhine and on what date was this?
119315. Who was the first player to score a touchdown on the famed Legions Field?
119317. In the 'Star Trek' series, do any of the Borg have, or are given a name? If so, what is it?
119318. What does it mean for an army to be "fully digitized"?
119319. What was MFSB?
119320. Who were The Funk Brothers?
119321. What was The Wrecking Crew?
119322. What was the Nashville A-Team?
119323. Who gave the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section the nickname "The Swampers"?
119324. Which studio musician played bass on 10,000 songs?
119325. What did Alexis always talk about in the James Gang song "Alexis"?
119326. What is the name of the woman who has eyes "blacker than night" in the song "El Paso"?
119327. What did the man leave in place of the money he took from the drunk man in the song "The Streets of Bakersfield"?
119328. How can "cold feet" connect the man known as "The Velvet Bulldozer" to the woman known as "The Queen of Memphis Soul"?
119329. How many kids did Priscilla Presley have?
119330. What brand of sunglasses is Chester Bennington wearing in the video of the making of "A Thousand Suns'?
119331. When, and by whom, were the "Seven Deadly Sins" formulated?
119332. Which of the "Seven Deadly Sins" have French Catholics petitioned the Catholic Church to remove or redefine?
119333. Did Adolf Hitler have Parkinson's disease?
119334. In the soap 'Coronation Street' at which Weatherfield crematorium was Jack Duckworth's funeral service held?
119335. What genre of music could join a Roger Moore film, a newspaper, a chain of shops and a suggestion?
119336. What changed in the Royal Family in April 1993?
119337. In the TV show "The Office" are Pam and Jim college graduates?
119338. How many potato chips are in a Pringles can?
119339. How is it possible for 22 year old Rhianna to already have nine number one singles on Billboard while it took much more time for other more acclaimed artists such as Michael Jackson or Elton John to reach that number?
119340. Can a person have a cold without the cough?
119341. Is a Pringles potato crisp mostly potato or what?
119342. Where would one generally find a minaret?
119344. If a Pringles potato crisp is only 42% potato, then what product makes it a crisp?
119345. The French dessert Crêpe Suzette was mentioned in what American comedy's theme song?
119347. Do they have a 4th of July in Pakistan?
119349. How can Sylvester the Cat always mistake a baby kangaroo for a mouse?
119351. How many American states have an official poet laureate?
119352. Which artist is believed to be the only person to produce illustrations of all members of a plant genus?
119353. Why is the song called "The Twelve Days of Christmas" when Christmas is only on one day, December 25th?
119354. What was in the sixteenth century the now slightly confusing Latin name of the traditional animal-shaped map representing the area then called "the Netherlands"?
119355. The company BIC that makes pens and lighters, what does BIC stand for?
119356. What U.S. President received a silver peacock set with rubies and sapphires from the Shah of Iran during a visit to the United States?
119357. What did Russian defector Victor Belenko deliver to Japan in September 1976?
119358. What was the title of the book that William Peter Blatty was able to finish with the $10,000 he won on "You Bet Your Life"?
119359. How did the home storage containers Tupperware get its name?
119360. What did John Lennon change his middle name to?
119361. What comic replaced Johnny Carson as host of "Who Do You Trust?"
119362. Do fudge packers really pack fudge?
119363. How did the football team Green Bay Packers get their name Packers?
119364. A certain company logically enough granted funds to study rabbits. A new subspecies was discovered in the Florida Keys. What was it named?
119365. Which character actor played roles in the Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Batman, Superman and Pink Panther franchises?
119366. Not considering Alaska or Louisiana, what US state is divided into the fewest counties?
119367. When and which American president introduced for the first time in the history of the American policy the famous words "God Bless America," a phrase which all the subsequent Presidents would use in their speeches?
119368. On the TV show "American Pickers" are Mike and Frank really partners or do they just share travelling, storage and administrative expenses?
119369. Has either "Square Pegs" or "Head of the Class" ever been in syndication?
119370. When you download Itunes to a computer can you use one programme for more than one Ipod, or do you have to have seperate Itunes programmes for each?
119379. What is the name of the guy in a James Bond film to claim he is invincible?
119380. What is thought to have been the cause of Hans Christian Andersen's death?
119381. Why did President John F. Kennedy wonder if Lieutenant General Victor H. Krulak and Joseph A. Mendebhall visited the same country?
119382. What is the Three Block War?
119383. Who first wrote about the "fog of war"?
119384. Who killed Michael the Brave?
119385. Which side won the Battle of Kokenhausen?
119386. What was the Kowloon Bridge?
119387. What drink is served at a glögg party?
119388. Who was False Dmitriy I?
119389. How many Sabbats are generally recognized in modern Wicca, and what are they?
119390. What is the Wiccan Rede?
119391. What was the earliest adaptation of a John Steinbeck novel in movie form and did any of them garner and or win any Academy Awards?
119392. What is the "Limerick Grin"?
119393. What is the Black Tooth Grin?
119394. Which Valencia Football club player was sold first; David Villa or David Silva?
119395. What was blown in The Dude's face in "The Big Lebowski"?
119396. From where comes the word "pollyanna"?
119397. For what reason does the European Central Bank not "print" additional money to fight recession, as the US Treasury did?
119398. What is a Galton's whistle?
119399. What is a Galton box?
119400. What comic strip character did nurse June Gale develop a fondness for?
119401. What automobile was the first in the United States to make use of Felix Wankel's rotary engine?
119402. What state joined the Union (United States) on the exact day that Fidel Castro's regime was sworn in?
119403. Which Apollo mission saw astronauts Charles Drake and John Young descend to the lunar surface in The Orion?
119404. Remember Charlie the Tuna from Starkist? Who was the voice of Charlie the Tuna?
119405. What group cleaned up the lyrics to a hit song that was 90 years old called Tom Dula for a huge hit song in 1958?
119406. Who solved the mystery in the book 'The Aventure of the Christmas Pudding'?
119407. Which two guitar players followed B. Bumble and the Stingers, Mott the Hoople and The Ray Charles Singers in a Top Ten song?
119408. "Rumble" by Link Wray is the "only instrumental song banned from the radio airwaves." Why was it banned?
119409. She sang "It's My Party" and "Judy's Turn to Cry". Who is she and what award did her brother win?
119410. Did the The Beach Boys appear on the TV special "Murray The K ? It's What's Happening, Baby" in 1965?
119411. It's a shame that this corpulent piano player was rumored to have been killed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Who is he?
119412. This tune used to be on UK TV in the 60s, I don't think it had an actual name but was part of the background music. Can anyone remember the actual programme or even a name?
119413. Concerning money matters, what exactly is an annuity?
119414. How many numbered squares are there in a sliding square puzzle?
119415. In the song "American Pie" by Don McLean who was he referring to when he said "Father, Son and the Holy Ghost"?
119416. What husband and wife actors appeared in the GE Theater 1958 production of a "Turkey for the President"?
119417. What did Eleanor Roosevelt's mother rather unusually call her sometimes?
119418. What novel written by a woman quickly outsold "Wuthering Heights"?
119419. What famous book had the subtitle "There and Back Again"?
119420. How many members of the doomed Donner Party survived?
119421. Has George W. Bush ever admitted to using cocaine in his life?
119422. Is there a known statistic for people living in New York City who are actually from New York City? i.e. What percentage of the population has lived there all their lives?
119423. Don Van Vliet died December 17, 2010, what was he famous for?
119424. Who catered the food at California Jam in 1974?
119425. St Nicholas is the patron saint of which major EU port?
119426. What British novel written by a woman quickly outsold "Wuthering Heights"?
119427. What Moorish dynasty governed Zaragoza until the 11th century?
119428. What is the difference between a .44 Caliber bullet and a .45 Caliber bullet?
119429. Apart from 'The Final Countdown', did Swedish rock band Europe have any other major, well known hits?
119430. What was the name of the dare-devil who attempted to "fly" a modified car across the Saint Lawrence River?
119431. Does anyone still use FORTRAN?
119432. Does anyone still use either PL/1 or PL/C ?
119433. Which is the correct spelling, theater or theatre?
119434. Who defeated Tugran Petrosian on June 17, 1969 to become world chess champion?
119435. What legend is on the front of the Waterloo Medal?
119436. What bandleader once noted, "I'd rather play Chiquita Banana and have my swimming pool than play Bach and starve"?
119437. What is the name of the epistolary novel about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's sister?
119438. What US President named Lynda Bird Johnson Robb as
head of the President's Advisory Committee for Women?
119439. Which famous story was directly inspired by the Bubonic Plague?
119440. How come the women associated with former President Lyndon Johnson have bird in their names; Lucy Bird, Lady Bird and Lynda Bird?
119441. Which Beatle portrayed Merlin the Magician in "Son of Dracula" starring Harry Nilsson in 1974?
119442. Which Civil War general was once also a philosophy professor?
119443. What silly Brenda Lee song gets dragged out every Christmas, this one being no exception?
119444. What is considered to be the best movie on Winston Churchill?
119445. Who invented Plexiglass?
119446. How did the word "hooch" come to mean homemade liquor?
119447. What are the four main categories of clowns?
119448. Who wrote the song with the famous first line, "Sometimes I wonder why I spend the lonely nights dreaming of a song?"
119449. What is the largest 4th quarter comeback in NFL history?
119450. Courtesy of reading 'Inspector Rebus' by Ian Rankin I'm under the impression that police lineups in the United Kingdom are different from American standards in that the witness gets up close and personal with the people in the lineup. Is this true or am I the victim of my own credulity?
119451. What caused the death of Robert E. Lee's father?
119452. What was the job of Doris Lessing's first husband?
119453. What does Mrs. Manresa contribute to the novel in which she plays a rather one-dimensional role?
119454. In what year did Macy's first introduce its famous helium balloons in the annual parade?
119455. In the original version of "Miracle on 34th Street" who plays the character who gets the idea to deliver all the letters to Kris Kringle at the court house?
119456. Who plays Cole Porter in the 1953 version of "Kiss Me Kate"?
119457. Which Jimmy appeared in Capra's "You Can't Take it With You" and "It's a Wonderful Life" without any dialogue written for him?
119458. How many of the cuttlefish's tentacles serve for directly holding on to their victims?
119459. In "The Bishop's Wife" who or what does Dudley say was the intended original recipient of the coin that Prof. Wutheridge donated?
119460. In "Meet Me in St. Louis" what does Tootie do after Esther finishes singing "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"?
119461. In the original "Holiday Affair" how much does the train set cost?
119462. Why is "uncle" used as a form of giving up or surrendering, why not nephew or aunt?
119463. What tough guy mega star convinced Sammy Davis, Jr. to stop wearing his eye patch?
119464. Who said after meeting Elizabeth Taylor for the first time that her breasts were "apocalyptic, they could topple empires"?
119465. Against what team was Jerry Rice's single season record of receptions accomplished?
119466. What gave Orson Welles' father a lot of money?
119467. What was the Welsh name of the constituency where David Lloyd George became the youngest member of the House of Commons?
119468. What was the name of the guitarist who taught Jimmy Reed how to play the guitar?
119469. When was Pepto-Bismol no longer recommended for use by children?
119470. What particular type of bacteria when added to baked beans decreases flatulence?
119471. Which cosmonaut was known as Kedr?
119472. An old wives tale during the Revolutionary period recommends how many holes should be placed in a cracker, and why?
119473. What is the shape of a Trenton cracker?
119474. Does a Salaeratus biscuit have cottage cheese in it?
119475. How much did a box of Ritz crackers cost when it was first manufactured?
119476. What year and from what city did Fig Newtons come from?
119477. What was the name of the dentist who concluded that whole wheat should be added to crackers to decrease tooth decay?
119478. This question will mostly be of interest to Canadian hockey fans, but seriously, who is Don Cherry's tailor?
119479. What is the meaning of Twenty One Jump Street with regards to the show from the 80s?
119480. How many years was Muhammad Ali's sentence for draft evasion in June 1967?
119481. What 1959 epic World War II movie was divided into three parts; The Wait, The Night and The Day?
119482. What comic strip character was usually on the lookout for The Mole, B-B Eyes and Flyface?
119483. What publication adopted the subtitle "The How-To-Do Magazine"?
119484. What is the name of the bacteria that is primarily responsible for halitosis?
119485. Arthur Digby Sellers, the "writer" of the majority of the bulk of the western TV series "Branded" actually wrote how many episodes of the series?
119486. What happened to Adolf Hitler's personal railroad car 'Amerika'?
119487. Who was or were the only German Field Marshals to surrender during World War II?
119488. What battle or siege is generally considered to be the greatest military loss of both military personal and equipment and supplies in history?
119489. What Greek leader pretended he had gone insane and sang a song about Salamis?
119490. What is the Greek name for specific marriage songs, some of which were written by Sappho, the Greek poet from an island in the Aegean?
119491. Who rather sardonically compared a woman who preached to a canine on its hind legs?
119492. What are the other words for the word Pictures?
119493. Can we burn a recordable CD in a re-writable drive?
119494. What huge mistake did the Odysseus' sailors make after they got a present from Aeolus?
119495. What is the name of Mrs. Ramsay's daughter who dies from complications of childbirth?
119496. What is the length in feet of the original hopscotch courts?
119497. St. Matthew says wise men came from the east, but that they saw and followed a star in the east. Is there an accepted explanation for this logical inconsistency?
119498. What key does the cor anglais lack?
119499. What is the name of the love songs played on the blul?