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Questions From Dec 21 10
119501. Is Ben and Jerry's Fossil Fuel flavour still available in the UK?
119502. Who is the highest ranking military officer to surrender in battle from the the following countries; Britain, America, Russia/Soviet Union, and Germany?
119503. What and where is the highest point in the city of Segovia, Spain?
119504. What was the Russian name of Lenin's mother?
119505. Why is 'Casino Royale' the only James Bond movie to be made twice?
119506. What does the song "Turning Japanese" by The Vapors mean?
119507. During World War II in Germany, what title did Philipp von Lenard hold?
119508. How many and what are the names of the areas of connecting zones used in the practice of acupuncture and where are they relative to their location?
119509. In a 1989 essay, who asserted that the Japanese were superior in business and foreign affairs as well as Japan being more independent?
119510. Guido Zimmer was a mid-level SS officer involved in the Holocaust in Italy and in Nazi espionage. Who was his commander in Milan, the last year of World War II?
119511. The negotiations of surrendering Nazi forces in Northern Italy during World War II were depicted in what Russian film?
119512. What was the "drink that went with the food", a Molotov Bread Basket?
119513. What was the name most frequently used to refer to the first wave of soldiers attacking a breach in defences during a siege?
119514. Is there any significance as to why Saltine crackers have 13 holes in them?
119515. Are any Keebler elves African American? If so, can you please name them.
119516. Can you name what is supposed to be the largest man-made excavation on earth?
119517. Since crocodiles can't cry where did the saying "crying crocodile tears" come from?
119518. Excluding their environment what is the difference between a alligator and a crocodile?
119519. Who played Paul Newman's father in the movie "Sometimes a Great Notion"?
119520. What country pulled out of NATO in 1967?
119521. Was TV personality Chuck Woolery ever in a band called Avant Garde?
119522. What is Shenism?
119523. What country will be the 17th country in the euro zone on January 1, 2011?
119524. Is there a pampas in Brazil?
119525. Which two countries became members of NATO on April 1, 2009?
119526. Which country left OPEC in 2008?
119527. Which currency is pegged both to the Euro, the Russian Ruble and the U.S. Dollar?
119528. What is a eurodollar?
119529. Which two countries are official candidates to become EU members?
119530. What is the name of the large mythical bird or bird-like creature that appears in both Hindu and Buddhist mythology?
119531. What is the name of the South American union modeled on the European Union (EU)?
119532. When did the first recorded kiss on film occur?
119533. What is premastication and how is it connected to kissing?
119534. What in grapefruit makes it react badly with Lipitor and Crestor, etc.?
119535. In what American city was the chocolate chip cookie invented, and by whom?
119536. What was the name of the movie the Nazis made in 1938 which used images of Peter Lorre?
119537. Which Faulkner character's brother is described repeatedly as being "wooden"?
119538. What is the best reason that The Wild Palms has another, more biblical, name?
119539. King Sancho IV wanted to reward those who had fought valiently in the Battle of Tarifa. Afterwards, what structure began to be built in 1299 in a small beach town in southwest Andalucia?
119540. How many calories are there in a cup of Skippy Natural Peanut Butter?
119541. Called the greatest Spanish composer of the century, what man was welcomed in Paris by musician Maurice Ravel?
119543. Why are women better at wrapping gifts than men?
119544. What do the the Van Winkle bourbons have that many others don't?
119545. Who built the intricatedly carved Hagiwara Gate overlooking the Sunken Garden?
119546. What movie/comic book hero did Robert E. Howard create?
119547. What former Kenyan president played an African chief in the 1934 movie "Sanders of the Nile"?
119548. In the old TV show 'Topper' who did Marian and George Kirby play?
119549. What instrument did Chuck Woolery play in the band Avant Garde?
119550. What sixteenth century person proposed the idea of an "infinite universe" even though his view was not specifically person centered?
119551. Where is considered "Catfish Capital of the World"?
119552. What band is the longest continuously active (no split-ups or disbandings) band in the world?
119553. Why was the second building to be occupied by the London Metropolition Police simply named 'New Scotland Yard'?
119554. Considering the electricity cost in using a battery recharger, how cost-effective are rechargeable batteries?
119555. How do you pronounce the "XH" at Xhosa (in Xhosa language)?
119556. Where were the boys from who discovered the magnificent caves at Nerja?
119557. Where did Jimmy Reed record his first song and what was its name?
119558. In Paul Auster's "The New York Trilogy," what finally happened to Peter Stillman, the elder?
119559. What four major twentieth century novels have a main male character with the name of Harry?
119560. What American Modernist woman poet wrote a book of poems dealing with earth goddesses, the Lady and the "new Eve"?
119561. What was James Garfield's military rank when he was first commissioned in the Civil War?
119562. When is the Chinese New Year in 2011?
119563. A commonly used term to get rid or depose of something is to "86" it. Why was this number 86 chosen?
119564. On 'Bonanza' was Hoss Cartwright's real first name Hoss or was it something else?
119565. Assuming all the bricks are exact size and exact weight how many RED bricks (not mixed) would there be in a ton of bricks?
119568. What is the longest road winning streak in NBA history?
119569. What is the longest home winning streak in NBA history?
119572. How did the father of Stonewall Jackson die?
119573. Which genus of plants or animals has the most species?
119574. At what ages were the following family members knighted: Sir Frederick William Herschel, Sir John Frederick William Herschel and Sir William James Herschel?
119575. When did speculum metal telescopes become passé?
119576. Who used the Foomobile as a means of transportation?
119577. Is ignis fatuus a natural phenomenon or the stuff of folktales?
119578. Who established the Prime Meridian in Greenwich?
119579. Which Italian astronomer discovered Ceres?
119580. On 24th December 2010, famous US religious leader Pat Robertson announced his support for what controversial social reform?
119581. Who were the Fenians and what were they hoping to do to Canada just after the US Civil War?
119582. What is the linguistic term for a dialect characteristic of a sub-culture?
119583. Who was Sam Ervin's co-chairman on the Senate Watergate Committee?
119584. Who portrayed the ever doomed Gerald Crich in the movie "Women in Love"?
119585. Who is Tintumon?
119586. Which Indian movie had the highest gross?
119587. What is the point of the legal petition of coram noblis which Alger Hiss filed in the 1970s?
119588. What is the main difference between "undetermined" and "indeterminable"?
119589. Who was the person who named New England as a separate region?
119590. Why did Oliver Sacks name his early successful book "The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat"?
119591. Do bike riders everywhere in the world mount a bicycle from the same side, irrespective of whether they're on roads with left or right hand driving?
119594. What was the title of a John Hersey book about a Warsaw ghetto?
119595. What two mini-skirted ladies that appeared in "A Hard Day's Night" were later romantically linked to two of the Beatles?
119596. What noted person's military dog tag number was 53310761?
119597. What drug was Mary Tyrone hooked on in Eugene O'Neil's "Long Day's Journey into Night"?
119599. There are two English words that both begin with "he" and end with "he" (hehe is not an option.) What are they?
119600. Is it legal, and safe, to visit the remains of the Atlantic Wall - the bunkers, fortifications, etc.?
119601. When the police pull over a car for a traffic violation and then ask the driver for permission to search the car, can the driver refuse and legally prevent the police from searching?
119602. What voice actor ties in a breakfast cereal, a Disneyland attraction and a Christmas TV classic?
119603. What is the difference between a criminologist and a criminalist?
119604. What is the forensic medical term for the rare phenomenon of a human body going into rigor immediately after an instantaneous violent death?
119605. Which of Jimmy Carter's advisors referred to the electoral support of the religious as the "abracadra vote"?
119606. What convinced Chicken Little that the sky was falling?
119607. Who was the "gregarious Aquarius"?
119608. One of the options for iGOOGLE is "I'm Feeling Lucky". Does one stand to win something if this option is chosen?
119612. Who invented Rollerblades?
119613. How many men made up Sam Peckinpah's "Wild Bunch"?
119614. What 1965 dance featured rigid monster-like moves and flailing of the arms?
119616. Whose manservant was Perkins on the TV show "The Adventures of Spin and Marty"?
119617. What was the name of Mayberry's only telephone operator?
119618. What causes the tongue to stick to a flagpole that it is placed on when it is freezing?
119619. Is it true that scientists have discovered a cure for HIV?
119620. In a vintage 'Doctor Who' episode what was the name of the prawn who wanted to spawn?
119621. In a multiple choice quiz question, what is the general term given to the wrong answers?
119622. Who fought the British, helped create the League of Nations and the UN, and signed the end of World War I and World War II?
119623. Besides AIDS, what is the most prevalent sexually transmitted disease in the world?
119624. Did Alvin Karpis teach Charles Manson to play the guitar whilst they were both in the same prison?
119625. What is the difference between a blizzard and a snow storm?
119626. What is a bomb jacket?
119627. In Uruguay, who are the planchas?
119628. Is it true that there was a Nazi plan for the creation of a new German metropolis in German-occupied Norway during World War II?
119629. In 'Hollyoaks' how old was Bart McQueen when abandoned by his mother?
119630. What name is needed to fill in the gap; Tolkien, Dickens, ?, Shakespeare, McCullough?
119631. Who was Michael Jackson's first wife?
119632. Why is Rear Admiral Dick O'Kane's cribbage board always housed on the oldest submarine in the U.S. fleet?
119633. What color are the main track brakes on the San Francisco cable cars?
119634. Where does Holden Caulfield sleep on Sunday night in "The Catcher in the Rye"?
119635. Where specifically does the competition take place during the chirigotas?
119636. How do you say two things seem to fit completely right, they are virtually a carbon copy of each other, made to match?
119637. In "Wuthering Heights" what is the relationship between Isabella Linton and Catherine Earnshaw?
119638. What 1954 Marlon Brando movie was originally released under the title "Hot Blood"?
119639. In 'My Fair Lady' who was Henry Higgin's henchman?
119640. What superhero was dubbed The Guardian of the Safety of the World?
119641. What is the difference between fluorine and fluoride?
119642. What is the difference between a pigeon and a dove?
119643. What are the holy cities of Judaism?
119644. Which mystery guest on "What's My Line?" signified yes answers with a bell and no answers with a clicker?
119645. Has there ever been a candidate in US politics who has lost a party's nomination to become their Presidential candidate, but who has then stood as an independent in the same year?
119646. What Leon Uris novel was "dedicated to my wife Jill who is as much part of these pages as the Irish people"?
119647. What country gave birth to a toy named Souvenir A-Bomb which flashed and banged and made a mushroom cloud of smoke?
119648. What Neil Young album was second in sales after the number one Carol King's 'Tapestry' in 1972?
119649. What artist designed the surrealistic dream sequence in the Alfred Hitchcock movie "Spellbound"?
119650. Which American actor was a World War II pilot, winning the Distinguished Flying Cross and The Croix de Guerre, attaining the rank of Brigadier General with the Air Force Reserves after the war?
119651. Which mystery guest on "What's My Line?" signed his name with a paintbrush?
119652. What was unique about the 1960 movie "Scent of Mystery"?
119653. What is the maximum cruising speed of the SF cable car with its front brakes with a red lever?
119654. Why is one of the finest qualities of Spanish sherry made in a lovely small village named Sanlúcar de Barrameda?
119655. In the famous Code of Hammurabi, what happens to someone who receives any property belonging to either a temple or a court?
119656. What comprises 95% of the diet of an abalone at an abalone farming company south of San Francisco?
119657. Who directed the film based on the fictional journal of Mozart's second wife?
119658. Who gave their final performance ever at the Isle of Wight Pop festival in 1970?
119659. Who was Harry Truman referring to when he said, "The son of a bitch isn't going to resign on me. I want him fired"?
119660. What singer wrote a song called "Willy" for Graham Nash?
119661. How many times did Deep Blue defeat Gary Kasparov?
119662. How many countries participated in the Beijing Olympics of 2008?
119663. Who invented the ATM system?
119664. Which is the best 10th wicket partnership in International Test Cricket history till 2010?
119665. What were the materials necessary for players in FIFA World Cup 2010?
119666. What country borders both of the world's only two nations with square flags?
119667. What sport does Mick Jagger follow almost to an obession?
119668. What monthly publication took the subtitle "All About the Celebrity World, Who, What, When and Where"?
119669. What government organization was created by the U.S. Congress in the National Security Act of 1947?
119670. What magazine's Music Hall of Fame did John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Bob Dylan make it into in 1970?
119671. Who is Ken Basin?
119672. Who is Jani Allan, and what makes her famous?
119673. What is the name of the woman who was the mother of the most children in the Old Testament and the New Testament?
119674. Have there ever been any black kickers in the NFL?
119675. Back in the 70s or 80s I remember a variety show with a live comedian paired with an animated girl named Bunny. Anyone know what show it is?
119676. From what type of tree does the pecan nut come?
119677. What is a zongora?
119678. What does the word Romany mean?
119679. Which person traveled to a point furthest from his birthplace: Napoleon Bonaparte or George Washington?
119680. What's the name for the three-stringed Ossetian fiddle that's flat-backed and got a head something like a lethal weapon?
119681. What does GPS stand for?
119682. Which spell is used most in the Harry Potter book series?
119683. Would the speed of light still be the same in a black hole?
119684. What country quartet put flowers on the wall in 1965?
119685. Who was the first comic book hero to suffer from a duodenal ulcer caused by nerves and tension?
119686. How many children did Rose Kennedy bring into the world?
119687. Does the Phillips 180 compact disc Complete Mozart Edition have all of Mozart's work?
119688. Why is it that the average lifespan for women is greater than that of men?
119689. What is the highest score ever achieved on the BBC programme "Mastermind?"
119690. Which university sets the best record on University Challenge (BBC2)?
119691. When was the children's TV show 'Grange Hill' last broadcasted?
119692. What is the difference between a drifter and a transient?
119693. Martin Luther wrote his own translation of the Bible. Did he add any extra words to what he produced?
119694. Did a member of pop supergroup Boney M die earlier today (30th December 2010) whilst on tour?
119695. According to the Bible, the temple that Samson brought down was dedicated to which God?
119696. What does the wheel on the centre of the Indian flag represent?
119697. From what food does an elephant get protein?
119699. What kind of tree was the bird perched on when Keats wrote "Ode to a Nightingale"?
119700. Who played with George Carlin at Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, March 31, 2007?
119702. How did Rocky's wife Adrian die?
119703. What is the rank of an MD when they enter the US military?
119704. At what rank is an officer considered a senior officer?
119706. It is said that Sir Walter Raleigh did what just before he was executed?
119707. What is the trick I've clearly forgotten to force a search engine to only locate an exact phrase or sentence and not turn up scattered words from it across a site?
119708. Where did the term "charley horse" come from in reference to a muscle cramp in the leg?
119709. The blood inside a human is blue until it meets oxygen then it turns red. What other creatures on Earth can say the same thing?
119710. Who was Nino Temple's singing partner on the hit song "Deep Purple"?
119711. What mainly Broadway star did Ernest Borgnine marry and divorce in the same year?
119712. What Broadway musical featured gangsters urging, "Brush up on your Shakespeare"?
119714. Which Futurama episode (I think) involves an electric chair and then they have an electronic machine and must reach the number 0?
119715. How is the "man of the match" award in cricket decided?
119716. Who won the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1974 for his role as Harry Coombes?
119717. Who was the first African American to win the Medal of Honor?
119718. What character was Evelyn Brent in the 1939 movie "Daughter of the Tong"?
119719. Which Leon Russell album had the song "Carney"?
119720. What is carne asada?
119721. By what more common name is Joyce Botterill known?
119723. Which father and son separately won consecutive Academy Awards for best original song? As the award actually goes to the songwriter(s), that should read "Which father and son separately performed consecutive winners of the Academy Award for best original song?"
119724. How many veterans from World War I are still alive in the United States?
119725. Who was Hamgravy?
119726. What TV couple had an Italian neighbor named Mrs. Manicotti?
119727. Where were The Mamas and the Papas on the cover of their record "If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears"?
119728. On the old TV show 'The Rockford Files' what was Jim Rockford's car licence plate number?
119729. The most Civil War battles were fought in what US state?
119730. Why do people incorrectly call an 18 wheeler a "semi"?
119732. Why did the US Army stop putting Star and Bars (Roundel) on their aircraft in the 1970s?
119737. Which 1950s fast food pioneer made millions, lost it, then started over as a franchisee of a rival fast food chain, appearing in their advertisements that he'd found a better version of his original product?
119738. How many days are in each month?
119739. What is the shortest Pink Floyd song?
119740. What organ did Dwight D. Eisenhower have removed at Walter Reed Hospital in 1966?
119741. What group did singer Glenn Yarbrough leave to go it on his own?
119742. What did the C mean in the Mickey Mouse Club song, "M-I-C..."?
119743. Who founded the Material World Charitable Foundation in 1971?
119744. Who was the late night TV show host who had as his very first guests Tony Bennett, Mel Brooks, Joan Crawford and Rudy Valle?
119745. What NFL teams have won their division with a losing seasonal record?
119746. For how long was AIDS known as GRID?
119747. For what is the Schläfli symbol used?
119748. What name was filmmaker/animator/actor Charles Bowers known by in France?
119749. Who played Nora in the 1919 movie "The Hoodlum"?
119750. Who played Nora in the 1934 movie "The Thin Man"?
119751. Who was Benvenuto Cellini?
119752. What was the Dreyfus Affair?
119753. Who directed the Fantômas series in 1913-14?
119754. When we hit a pin on a balloon, why does it burst instead of forming a small hole and letting air through the hole?
119755. Can anyone provide a table of top goal scorers in soccer history?
119757. What are the musketeers and who are the three musketeers?
119758. What is the cloth-like material that covers an Egyptian mummy?
119759. Who was Gaetan Dugas?
119760. Which group, that appeared at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967, released a 33⅓ rpm LP album in 1968 with one song recorded at 78 rpm?
119761. Which person, who appeared at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967, says "Good morning" to Mr. Leitch on the Simon and Garfunkel song 'Fakin' It' from the 1968 album 'Bookends'?
119762. In addition to Democrats and Republicans, what other two political parties have been represented by presidents in the White House?
119763. When was the first AIDS case?
119764. What is the national dessert of Spain?
119765. Polvorones Sevillanos is a fancy name for what?
119766. What is the name of the Canadian baked treat that means "big, strong tribe"?
119767. How long do you bake Nanaimo bars?
119768. In Anglo-Saxon England in 779, on what hill were oats grown?
119769. Did Heath Ledger ever spit on movie reporters?
119770. Who is the player with most quality when in default- PES6?
119771. Which wrestler holds the record for being in WWE the most years?
119772. Can someone explain the movement of blood through organs, heart and lungs?
119773. What is a whale's penis called?
119774. Can anyone provide a table of Elimination Chamber match winners, Royal Rumble match winners and Money in the Bank Ladder Match winners?
119775. When was the very first electric shaver put on the market?
119776. Why is the abbreviation for pound "lb."?
119777. How many cacti are on the Arizona "Grand Canyon State" license plate?
119778. What is located about 100 feet behind home plate at Miller Huggins Field?
119779. Who is the mayor of Kenneth City, Florida?
119780. Which folk singer fell from a treehouse in 2010?
119781. Which rocker fell from a palm tree in 2006?
119782. How long did Julia Butterfly Hill live in a tree?
119783. On what kind of tree is the famous Pitchford Hall treehouse built?
119784. Where would one find "the world's tallest single room"?
119785. On St. Petersburg Beach there is a famous pink hotel. Name it, and for one million ataboys/girls, name the 1970s-80s rock group who cut a music video there?
119786. What former New York Yankees speedster star played American Legion baseball in the mid 1970's in Stanford, Florida?
119787. When Stephen Ambrose passed away, the National D-Day Museum had an outdoor get-together applauding many of his accomplishments. Can you name three famous dignitaries who attended?
119788. In the US, what are the only two days of the year that no proffesional sports are played?
119789. What is the difference between avenge and revenge?
119790. What was the name of Billy Joel's first band?
119791. January 4, 2011, who gave up the booze and the one night stands?
119792. What is the keyboard notes of Waka Waka (the note which contains C,D,E,F,G,A,B,C)?
119793. On maps, is there any logic to what color is given to which state or country, or is it totally random?
119794. In just about every western movie I've seen, the good guys, or the bad guys, walk into a saloon and order "whiskey". Is that the only alcoholic drink that was available in the mid 1800s 'Wild West'?
119795. Where and when was the alcohol monopoly created?
119796. The survivors of the SS Minnow would have all died if not for what from the fearless crew?
119797. In the song "Hollywood Swinger" what kind of show did he see at the theater?
119798. Who was Sargeant Carter's girlfriend on 'Gomer Pyle'?
119799. How did the saying "catch as catch can" originate and what does it really mean?
119800. What actor told a Playboy interviewer that 'Bedtime Story' was "the only time I ever really enjoyed myself"?
119801. What did Frances Lappe say in her 1971 book "Diet for a Small Planet" that Baby Boomers shouldn't eat?
119802. What were the two featured characters' names on the old TV show 'Space Patrol'?
119803. What Gore Vidal play about Kreton that starred Jerry Lewis was a complete disaster with one of the lowest attendances in movie history?
119804. What is the technical term for the skill and practice of lip-reading?
119805. What term is given to a person who practices the craft of scrimshaw?
119806. Did anyone ever commit suicide because they were dared to? If so, who, when, and where?
119808. Why is golf played over 18 holes and not a even number like twenty?
119809. What song did John Lennon call "the finest piece of music I ever wrote"?
119810. What city's newpapers, The Examiner and The Mirror, ceased publication in January 1962?
119811. Who were Carpenter, Glenn, Cooper, Schirra, Grissom, Slayton and Shepard?
119812. Who hosted the Premier of the TV show "Of Black America"?
119813. What high school did Clark Kent graduate from?
119814. What bad habit does John Boehner have?
119815. What is the name of the basketball program the Methodist churches provide?
119816. Tommy Lasorda gave many nicknames to his players on the LA Dodgers. What was the nickname given to shortstop Dave Anderson?
119817. You've heard of the phrase, "as queer as a three dollar bill." In the United States has there ever been printed a three dollar bill?
119818. What drops from the sky at midnight during the New Years Eve party in Mobile, Alabama?
119819. Relative to the Mobile Mardi Gras parades, how long have the MOT's been in existence?
119820. When was the first time that Air Force One had a fighter escort while flying over the United States?
119821. What piece of classical music was the theme of the "Goldbergs" TV show?
119822. What wine would go best with barbequed Llama?
119823. Oklahoma is the only state to totally ban the hunting of this animal. What is the animal?
119824. Who wrote the first screensaver?
119825. What was the first website?
119826. Which is the tallest and the shortest human being?
119827. Is there artificial life?
119828. What is a try pot?
119829. Is there a traditional alcoholic drink in the United States?
119830. In three Three Stooges shorts; "Termites of 1938", "Gents Without Cents" and "Dutiful But Dumb" the same march tune is played. Does anybody know what it is?
119831. From where comes the blue plate special?
119832. Did the pioneer hard rock/heavy metal group KISS play disco songs?
119834. Who became head coach of the Irish Rugby Union in July 2008?
119835. Do they show 'Total Wipeout UK' in America?
119837. How is a postal ZIP code determined?
119838. What is gobo lighting?
119839. In which war did Chief Gomo fight?
119840. What is the population of Godo, Nanoro?
119841. Where is the GOCO Oil Company headquarters?
119842. What is Gofobo?
119843. Who is Akihiro Gono?
119844. Is Go-Lo changing its name?
119845. What is another name for Gozo?
119846. When you switch seats with someone, why does the seat almost always feel warm?
119847. Why do some slot machines use fruit symbols?
119848. What type of chewing gum does Alex Ferguson chew?
119850. What is the longest time an animal species has been presumed extinct?
119852. Did Neil Young use the same backup band on both his recordings, "After the Gold Rush" and "Harvest"?
119853. Who did a 1960 Gallop pole reveal had the most famous name in the world?
119854. What 5 letter word was common in the title of all the books that Alvy gave Annie in the movie 'Annie Hall'?
119855. Whose famous "Hollywood Murder" was caretaker William Garrettson the first suspect in, but he was later cleared as a suspect?
119856. What was Julie Andrews holding in her left hand in the poster for the movie "The Sound of Music"?
119857. Did the fox terrier used by RCA as their mascot for many years ("His Master's Voice") ever really have a name?
119858. What is William Ellsworth Hoy's part in history as the first of what?
119859. Did Winston Churchill ever sincerely praise Hitler?
119860. During World War II was Albert Speer aware of the Holocaust?
119861. Who was the last player to score from a free-kick for Leeds United and who it was against?
119862. Which position in the NFL usually scores highest on the Wonderlic test?
119863. Which NCAA football player won both the Doak Walker Trophy and the Jim Brown Trophy in two consecutive years?
119864. Who set the bench press record at the NFL Scouting Combine?
119865. If a game is tied after nine innings in Nippon Professional Baseball how is a winner determined?
119866. Pato is the national sport of which country?
119867. In which sport is a metal plate thrown at a package of gunpowder?
119868. Before the discovery of electricity, what was the electric eel called?
119869. When was electricity discovered?
119870. Why does something become more appealing to a person if the thing is considered "taboo"?
119871. Can the word emaciated describe non living things such as soil?
119872. Who said on the Gemini 4 mission, "I don't want to come back in"?
119873. What film festival was the setting of Irwin Shaw's novel "Evening in Byzantium"?
119874. Who is Jerry Dorsey?
119875. In the Cream song what was it that tortured Brave Ulysses's naked ears?
119876. In the United States, when was the insanity defense first used successfully?
119877. Is there any website with an essay on 'Importance of Co-curricular Activities in Education'?
119878. What is the difference between "non-line of sight" and "beyond line of sight"?
119879. Who was found dead in Jewel Carmen's garage?
119880. When are the clothes of the Emerald Buddha changed?
119881. What cameo role does Alfred Hitchcock have in the movie "Topaz"?
119882. In which Eoin Colfer book does Opal Koboi first appear?
119883. Did Lloyd Ruby ever win the Indianapolis 500?
119884. What social issue does the the Amethyst Initiative address?
119885. Is the Turquoise-throated Puffleg extinct?
119886. How much does the Ruspoli Sapphire weigh?
119887. The American coin called a dime, how did it get its name? I can understand how a nickel and quarter are so named, but a dime?
119888. What was bullbaiting?
119890. What is unique about the license plates of Rhode Island?
119891. What plane uses less fuel when it goes faster?
119892. January 12, 2011, what is the only US state(s) that does not have fresh snow on its ground?
119893. An autographed photo of which actress was offered as a prize in which Gershwin musical?
119894. What object was used to cause the automobile accidents in the 1925 movie "The Monster"?
119895. Why was a certain silent movie actress known as "The Kalem Girl"?
119896. Known as "The Goddess of the Silent Screen" she is the grandmother of a famous actress. What are their names?
119897. This actress was known as "The Mexican Spitfire" and married a famous actor. What are their names?
119898. Which Vitagraph actress was known as "The Girl with the Wink"?
119899. What is a mirror twin?
119901. What did the Cavaliers sign Teddy Williams to do? Is it that he now plays for them, or that he is the announcer?
119902. What movie was the first to surpass the budget of "Gone With the Wind"?
119903. What NFL teams have won the Super Bowl and then the next season not made the playoffs?
119904. Which well-known actor's surname causes amusement and embarrassment in France because it sounds exactly like a French swear word?
119905. In the Murderdolls video for the song "White Wedding" who is the guitarist without dreadlocks, but with a red strip in his hair?
119906. January 13, 2011, what did actor Peter Fonda find on the side of the road?
119907. What was Junior Wells buried with?
119908. Who was in the car with JFK when he was shot in Dallas in November of 1963?
119909. What was the name of the Secret Service agent driving the car in which JFK was shot?
119910. What is the largest cat in the New World?
119911. Who is Edith Marie MacDonald also known as?
119912. I hear that baking soda placed just right is a known deterrent to a common roach problem, true?
119913. Are other animals (not humans) capable of farting?
119914. What western US state was first to remove criminal penalties for possession of less than an ounce of pot on October 5, 1973?
119915. What motor oil said in its ads that it battled "Dirty Sludge and Blackie Carbon"?
119916. What artist designed the Rolling Stones' 'Sticky Fingers' album cover?
119917. Was Gabriel Fauré's Sicilienne (Op 78 in G Minor) ever used as the theme music in a British TV series? If so, which?
119918. What happened with the beverage known as "Five-Alive"? Is it still produced?
119919. Who had the nickname 'Blue Pencil' during World War II?
119920. Who was King Edward VII's Queen?
119921. In the RAF, how many Squadrons make up a ?Wing??
119922. What comic strip character celebrates their fifth birthday every April?
119923. On what TV show did Elvis Presley make his first appearance in color?
119924. How many times heavier was Sputnik 1 than Explorer 1?
119925. Whose last movie was "Curse of the Crimson Alter"?
119926. Who was "hotter", Elvis singing 'Burning Love' or Lou Gramm (Foreigner) singing 'Hot Blooded'?
119927. Is there any qualitative difference between animal protein and vegetable protein?
119928. What is the largest monkey or ape in the New World?
119929. In the song "Stagger Lee" who did Stagger Lee shoot?
119930. What real life city is seen in the opening credits of the daytime soap opera "The Edge of Night"?
119931. Who was the father of Queen Elizabeth's first grandchild?
119932. Who wrote the "Giles Goat Boy" and "The Sot Weed Factor"?
119933. A Glock handgun, an HP calculator and an infamous hijacker can be connected by what alphanumeric code?
119934. For how many years could Alan Smithee be considered a movie director?
119935. Who was the first American president to be born after the War of Independence?
119936. Is there a term for the person for whom a namesake is named? Example: my niece was named after me -- she is my namesake; but what am I?
119937. Who is the leader, or chief administrator, of the Catholic Church between the death of one pope and the election of another, and what is his official title?
119938. OK, there was a request for a question that isn't a straight google. I remember this event, but I can find only one source for it. Did it really happen? I think so.
Alphabetically becoming a Hindu, an icon, a knight, and a NORAD volunteer, their dirty laundry was fabulously sold off in 3-inch squares. Whose dirty laundry? and where* was it soiled? *geographical, place on a map
119939. In what year was the very first color broadcast of a TV show nationally in the United States?
119940. What state of the United States made the Bee Gees honorary citizens because they made Criteria Studios their second home?
119941. What future US ambassador was originally signed to play James Bond in "Diamonds are Forever" but due to a contract was ultimately replaced by Sean Connery?
119942. What was the name of Joey Clark's black stallion?
119943. Who was the first US President to be actually photographed? (And it wasn't Lincoln.)
119944. Who was born first; John Payne or John Wayne?
119945. Who was born first; John Bayne or John Mayne?
119946. When have three different US presidents served as president all in the same year?
119947. What is the customary Chinese greeting during the Chinese New Year, and what does it mean in English?
119948. Who was the first female to be enrolled at the Spanish Riding School?
119949. What name was painted on the front of the aeroplane that dropped by parachute Emille de Becque and Lt. Joseph Cable onto a Japanese island in the 1958 film 'South Pacific'?
119950. In the TV series 'The Beverly Hillbillies' Jed Clampett mentions his wife's name. What was her name?
119951. What nation is divided into twenty-six cantons, each of which was an independent state until 1848?
119952. What book is divided into 114 chapters called "suras"?
119953. "The Gold Watch" and "The Bonnie Situation" were the titles of two of what movie's chapters?
119954. What was the Pia Zadora scandal?
119955. Why does a can of diet coke float in water while a can of coca-cola sinks?
119956. Why does dog food smell so awful?
119957. Which one of the Bond, James Bond movies almost became a weekly TV show called "Commander Jamaica" in 1970?
119958. Who portrayed Captain Hook on Broadway in the 1950 production of 'Peter Pan'?
119959. In the movie "Sleeper" who were the torture victims forced to watch on TV?
119960. Why is there a juggler in the cover of Queen's album 'Innuendo'?
119961. Who married Margaretia F. Murphy in 1963?
119962. Who was the first US president to actually have a real working telephone in the White House?
119963. Is California facing a possible huge cataclysmic storm?
119964. What did the toy company of the 50's and 60's that no longer exists called Remco stand for?
119965. Why did DJ Homicide leave Sugar Ray?
119966. What is the name of the toy where a magnet on the end of a small plastic dowel is used to move the metal particles onto the cartoon guy's face?
119967. "Chicago typewriter" was slang for what weapon?
119968. How old is the oldest wooden ladder still in use at the San Francisco Fire Department?
119969. What running back won the biggest landslide in Heisman voting history?
119970. Who did Jorge Arantes divorce in 1993?
119971. How did Alma Rubens die?
119972. Where in Canada can you find a church with a fresco representing in one painting Benito Mussolini on horseback and Pope Pius XI?
119973. Is anything known for sure about the first name of the boy who saved Holland by putting his finger in a leaking dike?
119974. Is there an essential difference between copper and brass?
119975. Is it correct to combine an English singular with a Latin plural as in "this data"?
119976. Does "this data" differ in meaning from "these data"?
119977. Is there any reason why the St. David's flag of Wales is not included in the Union Jack?
119978. Does British English use the term "Asian" in the same way as American English does, and is there a difference with "Asiatic"?
119979. Are the British Royal Marines the same type of troops as the American Marine Corps?
119980. What's the name of the posh restaurant on the Brussels market square which was once where Karl Marx stayed and resided for some time?
119981. There is in Brussels a monument for those non-Jews who saved Jewish lives during the Holocaust. The text says: "Anyone who saves a life, saves the whole universe." What is the source of that quotation?
119982. The full name backwards of which treble winner spells the title of a Hitchcock film?
119983. Does Japan have a National Diet?
119984. What is the distance from Loraine, California to Lorraine, California?
119985. Where is Alexander's band?
119986. Who was the first to record "Alexander's Ragtime Band"?
119987. Which actor in the 1938 movie "Alexander's Ragtime Band" had four sons who were actors?
119988. Named after a long-dead mercenary commander, which ship made its only movie appearance in a film that won the Best Picture Academy Award?
119989. Who turned down $1 million to come out of retirement and play Alfred Doolittle in "My Fair Lady" in 1964?
119990. What company did Frederick Mellinger start in 1946?
119991. On the TV show 'Gunsmoke' how many rifles did Marshall Dillon keep in his office gun rack?
119992. What group was known as the Rattlesnakes in England before they moved to Australia in the 1960s?
119993. What African country was called Bechuanaland until the name change in 1966?
119994. January 16, 2011, the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers beat the Los Angeles Lakers. When was the last time that this happened?
119995. In the story 'A Christmas Carol' what song did the fiddler play at the Fezziwig's?
119996. In which year did Eddie Stobart have his first lorry?
119997. In the story 'The Haunted Man' by Charles Dickens, what are 'serial pirates'?
119998. When were the first series of Charles Dickens London Christmas readings?
119999. What female, born in 1952 in the UK but living in the US, met her famous husband at 18 when he worked for her father and has spent most of her life working in the music business?