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Questions From Apr 06 11
121002. Which very famous historical first of the 1960s took place in a building, whose name translated into English contains the first syllable of the surname of the man who famously performed this first? (!)
121003. The initials of the most westerly, northerly, easterly and southerly what spell out the word BUMS? (it pertains to a European country)
121004. What is the translation and symbolic meaning of Odysseus' son Telemachus' name?
121005. Which pro wrestler dumped his "girlfriend" for a mop?
121006. How many average romance novels will fit (digitally, not physically) on a 1TB hard drive?
121007. How many patents were destroyed in the 1836 fire at the U.S. Patent Office?
121008. Why was John C. Fremont known as The Pathfinder?
121009. What is the Austin Bayou?
121010. How can Miss Belinda Blurb be connected to a purple cow?
121011. How many ingredients are in a bottle of 110 proof Green Chartreuse?
121012. How does one tell the age difference of members in the Red Hat Society?
121013. Who first noticed insects in amber?
121014. How large is a male Goldenrod Crab Spider?
121015. How many different methods of seed dispersal are there?
121016. Is there really such a thing as a nudibranch, and if so, what is it?
121017. Do dolphins really sleep with one eye open?
121018. Are there any sports that have been played on the moon?
121019. Has a study really been conducted to test the effects of hand dominance on life expectancy?
121020. What is the connection between Sam Lowry and Terry Gilliam?
121021. What two cities were linked by the 21st Century Limited on its final run on December 3, 1967?
121022. What was the unique feature of Wonder Woman's plane?
121023. Who gave a famous rendition of The Star Spangled Banner before the 5th game of the 1968 World Series?
121024. Who originally granted rule over Ireland to the English?
121025. How did the town of Nome, Alaska get its name?
121026. Which large famous American craft uses the British spelling variant of its name?
121027. Which controversial invention of the 1970s is named after the 1911 adventure story that inspired the inventor?
121028. Jack Nicklaus won the Master's golf tournament 25 years ago at the age of 46. What was memorable about the yellow shirt he wore that day?
121029. Da werden Sie geholfen! What does this slogan from a German commercial mean and why is it funny?
121030. Who sang the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" theme song?
121031. Would a female gnu be called a ewe?
121032. To what visitors to Elvis Presley's house did he say, "Look, if you're just going to sit there and stare at me all night I'm going to bed"?
121033. What Italian actor did Federico Fellini say was "too healthy to express what I had in mind"?
121034. What Asian city did the United States bomb for the first time on June 29, 1966?
121035. A 17th century man's first name was used for some time after as a nickname for men of his profession. These days the same name is Cockney slang for a part of the body associated with this profession. Who is the man and for what alleged action is his son most famous?
121036. Whose picture did Plato (Sal Mineo) keep in his school locker in the movie "Rebel Without a Cause"?
121037. How much did Jimmy Dean tell us Big Bad John weighed?
121038. When was the last time that a government used a guillotine to execute someone?
121039. What sign did Hitler show in a June 1942 meeting with the Finnish leader Mannerheim on the Soviet-Finnish front that Hitler knew that the Germans were losing the war?
121040. In simple terms what are Geothermal Hotsprings?
121041. Is it true that 78 percent of the Atmosphere is Nitrogen and 21 percent is Oxygen and most of the remaining 1 percent of the Atmosphere is Argon?
121042. What is Restraining Order?
121043. What is a pseudogap?
121044. Has there ever been snow during a Formula One motor race?
121046. Are solar eclipses visible from other planets in our solar system?
121047. Is a certain type of galaxy more apt to support life than the other types of galaxies?
121048. There is a legend that says that Einstein once did not buy ice cream that cost 25 cents because his wife gave him 2 dimes and a nickel rather than the usual quarter she gave him. Apparently, this story is told to show what kind of mind Einstein had. I cannot find anything on the Internet about this. Is there any truth to this?
121049. What fishy fast food franchise was sold to Mrs.Paul in 1979?
121050. Whose phone number was BEnsonhurst 0-7741?
121051. Whose address was 119 North Weatherly Avenue,Minneapolis Minnesota?
121052. After Martin Luther King was gunned down at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis Tennessee on April 4th 1968, what hospital was he taken to?
121053. I remember riding the carousel in Santa Cruz, CA and tossing the brass ring in the clown's mouth. The song, "On A Carousel" by the Hollies, mentions "Pulling ducks out of the water, she got the highest score." Is this an English version of going for the brass ring? Or, is there another meaning?
121054. I remember walking in San Francisco, CA and seeing some famous "painted ladies." On which street was I traveling?
121055. I remember fishing in California and catching the state fish. What fish did I catch?
121056. I remember driving on the east side of the Salton Sea in California but I can't remember on which highway I was. Does anyone know which highway I took?
121057. In Billy Elliot at the start of the film when billy runs out there is a little girl standing in blue at his wall ? what is her place in the play and she appears sometimes through the film.
121058. What is the ccTLD for Iceland?
121059. On Seinfeld, where did J Peterman grow up? thanks.
121060. What was the name of the bagel place where Kramer worked on Seinfeld? thanks
121061. What make a church different from a tabernacle? Is it something to do with the denomination?
121062. What Everly Brothers song did Simon and Garfunkel breath new life into at the their now famous Concert in Central Park?
121063. For keeping what drug off the U.S. market did Dr.Frances Kelsey win the President's Award for Distinguished Service?
121064. What movie was the 3rd in the Harry Palmer movie franchise?
121065. About how many sensitive nerve endings are there in the average human tooth?
121066. What was Einstein?s reply to his 8-year-old neighbor, when she naughtily knocked on his door asking him to help her with her math?
121067. How many words are in a standard edition(say a Vilna Shas) of the Talmud ?
121068. What year and how was radar used the very first time?
121069. What trial lawyer stated publishing Gallery Magazine, a new entry in the girlie magazine market, in 1972?
121070. What soap opera featured the first daytime dramas' mastectomy?
121071. What orbits the earth every 96.2 minutes?
121072. What crime was someone convicted of on February 10th 1966 in the U.S. for the very first time?
121073. Why does the colour purple represent sexual frustration?
121074. What was the heaviest sword that ever used in a battle?
121075. How do they count populations of animals?
121076. How do they almost perfectly reproduce large statues in miniature?
121077. In "Family Guy", Peter destroys the front of Cleveland's house while Cleveland is in the bath. He then slides forward out of the wreck and the bath smashes on the ground. How many times has this running joke been used?
121078. Can one perform a handbrake turn in an automatic car? Or does it have to be manual?
121079. What rock and roller started his career touring the southern part of U.S. as The Hillbilly Cat?
121080. What city was host to the discotheques Electric Circus, Cheetah's and Arthur's
121081. What product once said it contained "a golden drop of retsin"?
121082. What country's 1969 invasion of Anguilla soon would be dubbed "The 6 Minute War," "The Bay of Piglets"and "War in a Teacup"?
121083. In 1717, the British Cabinet system of government - elected ministers led by a prime minister meeting separately from the monarch's presence - became a regular practice. What historic possibilities might have caused King George I to permit this?
121084. Who famously once left his seat during a debate in the House of Commons so to vomit behind the Speaker's chair?
121085. What British prime minister was also known to be a flagellant?
121086. Why did a certain U.S. president write in his diary "The light has gone out of my life."
121087. Is there a difference between adventuresome and adventurous?
121088. What World War 2 leader did Dr. Seuss have in mind when he created Yertle the Turtle?
121089. What do the letters ISBN mean printed on back covers of books?
121090. Before Fred Flintstone married Wilma she was Wilma________?
121091. How many official cars were in the motorcade with JFK in Dallas on November 22nd 1963?
121092. What is the Sabattier effect?
121093. On the old TV show "Rin Tin Tin" what was the name of the fort?
121094. On the Beatles White Album what was the title of the spaced-out version of Revolution?
121095. Who lives at Number One Observatory Circle?
121096. Was singer Freddie Fender related to guitar maker Leo Fender?
121097. What song by The Trashmen was used in the movie "Full Metal Jacket?"
121098. Is there a specific reason that the North Pole is "up", and the South Pole is "down"? Was it just an arbitrary decision by ancient cartographers?
121099. 'Need to know'- What was the beer did they drink on the set of Cheers? thanks
121100. How does a blind person know the denomination of the money they spend? Does the government issue special braille bills?
121101. What star was the destination of the Jupiter 2 on Lost In Space?
121102. What was the zookeeper fond of in Simon and
Garfunkle's "At The Zoo"?
121103. Which of the many Bond James Bond novels has him marrying Teresa Draco?
121104. I have a list of names in excel. How do I select a random name from that?
121105. How often does a Lunar Eclipse Occur?
121106. What is ANZAC?
121107. What is Karyotype test?
121108. Many people who have trouble breathing at night use a special machine called?
121109. What object in the universe is so dense that even light cannot escape?
121110. In blackjack, what is the difference between a soft 17 and a hard 17?
121111. Where were Oreb and Zeeb killed?
121112. What creatures was The Hellstrom Chronicle about?
121113. What photographic enhancement was introduced in New York City on July 8th 1965 surrounded by much hoopla, and which company introduced it?
121114. What noted TV personality from a family once used the stage name Jerry Fuller?
121115. Who once interviewed Malcolm X for Playboy Magazine?
121116. Is there a difference between a notebook and a laptop?
121117. In learning to juggle, is there a particular item that is recommended for beginners to start with?
121118. who was the first ODI captain for india
plz ans if u r sure...........
121119. Who was the first ODI captain for India?
121120. I took a hatrick in the match of cricket and took a total of six wickets for my team. Who am I?
121121. I led my team to two successive world cup wins in this century. Who am I
121122. In March 2011 I announced my retirement from 20-20 international cricket for New Zealand. Who am I?
121123. How many assassination attempts is it estimated that Hitler survived?
121124. In tennis, what is the origin of the scoring (going from 0 to 15 to 30 to 40)?
121125. Was Julius Caesar stabbed in the forum or duodenum?
121126. What 11 letter word is the country seat of the sovereign of England ?
121127. Whose ad slogan was "Put Something Exciting Between Your Legs"?
121128. Which cost more, to make the movie "Animal House", or its ad budget?
121129. Who rejoined the Beach Boys saying he was giving up sex to better channel his music making energies?
121130. Which band or musical individual has had the most questions asked about them here at funtrivia?
121131. In reality T.V., what does POV stand for?
121132. Is there a general term to indicate films that have been passed for showing in ordinary cinemas, as opposed to, say, clubs only?
121133. Did a man named Allen invent Allen wrenches?
121134. How was the person on the cover of the album "Surfers' Choice" mentioned in the song "Third Stone from the Sun" by Jimi Henrix?
121135. Is the very peak of the Matterhorn in Switzerland or Italy?
121136. What was the purpose of the Great White Fleet?
121137. When were the Famous Amos cookies first sold?
121138. Which film, intended for general release, was the first to include a scene of (presumably simulated) sexual intercourse, even if it showed only the couple's heads and shoulders?
121139. What is hagiography?
121140. How did Frederic Clay die?
121141. What is a bar'l?
121142. Who was the first U.S. president to set foot on the of Lenin's tomb?
121143. What was Natalie's maiden name in "The Winds of War"?
121144. What did Senators Ernest Gruening and Wayne Morse declare a "predated declaration of war" and both voted against it?
121145. What TV personality wore a Beatles style wig for those days on the July 1965 cover Esquire Magazine?
121146. Who was Detective Frank Smith's partner?
121147. "You can tell it's Mattel_______"
121148. How did the term wigging out or he really wigged out in reference to someone going completely nuts? What connection is there even remotely to a wig?
121149. What female fictional character from the early 1900's has been in books and film and on television and stage?
121150. Who did President Richard Nixon call the most dangerous man in America?
121151. In MLB history, who is/was the tallest umpire?
121152. Did Led Zeppelin ever sponsor a race car?
121153. Who replaced her husband as a U.S. Senator when he died in 1931?
121154. What is the difference between a "birth certificate" and a "certification of live birth"?
121155. Marilyn Monroe and one of the 3 Stooges were in a movie together; the Stooge would be___? and the movie would be______?
121156. In what movie did Ray Walston say to Kim Novack "If it weren't for Venetian blinds it would be curtains for all of us"?
121157. Someone told me years ago that every one of the 48 states (Alaska and Hawaii excluded) had a town of one size or another named Springfield. I have only found 36, so can I assume this is not true?
121158. What marks the beginning or end of a British Royal House? e.g. House of Tudor
121159. Which computer engineer gave us marching ants?
121160. Which name specifically connects the ITV series "Poirot" with the two largest cities in Australia?
121161. Did the Roman Colosseum have a roof?
121162. What U.S. President was the first to apply Joseph Alsop's domino theory to Communist expansionism?
121163. Who were the only two actresses to each win two Oscars in the 1960s?
121164. What was the last Bond James Bond novel that Ian Fleming wrote?
121165. What TV actor went from the water (PT boat) to a radio station then back to the water again on a cruise line?
121166. What bestselling novel, not the movie, ended with the last line, "Then he began to kick towards shore"?
121167. Vocab time! I need an eight-letter word of which the sixth letter is A. The word is either an adjective meaning "having no children" or a noun meaning "one who has no children". Can anyone help me?
121168. What is a Lestat?
121169. How do they trace bullets to specific guns?
121170. How do they roll up a roll of Scotch tape?
121171. How do they get the foam into a can of shaving cream?
121172. Making his debut in the early 1940's what feathered pink character had a showdown with the felines Catstello and Babbit?
121173. What is the only one of ?The Censored Eleven? cartoons to feature the name of a colour in its title?
121174. What conifer is mentioned in Maine's state song?
121175. Who won the Academy Award for "Best Title Writing" the year after Joseph Farnham scooped it in 1928?
121176. The first line of his renowned book read, "The cold passed reluctantly from the earth". How is the final resting place of this author related in name to the Funtrivia profile for Zbeckabee?
121177. In what numerical way is the Funtrivia profile for deputygary related to the death of actress Drew Barrymore's father?
121178. How can 29CoveRoad, a frequent question poster on Fun Trivia, be connected to a famous TV private investigator? (I think you might have started something, BRY2K!)
121179. In Pac-Man, when you reach level 256, the game "ends" on what is called the split-screen or kill screen. Does this happen in Ms. Pac-Man, or any other Pac-Man variations?
121180. What happened at The Who concert in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1979?
121181. What was the first album in history to have four top ten singles?
121182. Why are there no lions in Northern Africa?
121183. Which two boys who trained together for the same job at the end of World War I went on to run two companies whose combined revenue in 2010 was over $60 billion?
121184. Who is considered to be the first modern American serial killer?
121185. Of Queen Victoria's nine children, which ones did not marry into other European royal families?
121186. Why are Ralph, Potsie, and Mrs. C suing CBS?
121187. What is New Orleans' snow?
121188. When was the MLB baseball game in which the Texas Rangers defeated the Baltimore Orioles 30 to 3?
121191. Which bird is also called Bushman's Clock?
121192. Which game do the Chinese refer to as 'Shen Shi Yun Dong'?
121193. What kind of frequencies are too high to be heard by Humans?
121194. Is it true that Indians from the other states cannot purchase land or property in Jammu and Kashmir and if so then why?
121195. What company produced the film 'Singing in the Rain'?
121196. In the UK, women are to curtsy before the King or Queen; but, what if a woman is wearing pants or slacks?
121197. In the US, what is the third most popular type of pet to be rescued from a shelter?
121198. Whose execution at San Quentin on May 3rd 1960 sparked worldwide anti-American demonstrations, some of which were violent?
121199. Is it true the song "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" was written by a woman?
121200. What French "hunk" actor became an overnight star in the movie "Breathless"?
121201. What Southern state remain neutral during the Civil War?
121202. Which highly esteemed American religious leader was once tarred and feathered?
121203. Who sings "We Are Who We Are"?
121204. Who sings a song entitled "Supernatural"?
121205. For computers, what is the difference between downloading and streaming?
121206. On the American television show "The Amazing Race", has anyone ever had to beg for money, maps, etc. or sell their own personal items for money?
121207. On the American television show "The Amazing Race", the two-person camera/sound crew that travels with a team is given about $200 to use only in extreme emergencies. Has this money ever had to be used?
121208. How did the United Nations help South Korea?
121209. It is a known fact that the Caesar salad was not named after Julius Caesar. But was the inventor of the salad (Caesar Cardini) named after the roman leader?
121210. What island did the U.S. return to Japan in 1972?
121211. What Disney movie did White Bull appear in ?
121212. Whose 1-Y status was chanced to 1-A when he refused to report for military duty on April 18th 1967?
121213. On the American television show "The Amazing Race", what is the time penalty that a team must go through if the team doesn't complete the Detour?
121214. What's the name of the king's top military advisor in the comic strip Wizard of Id?
121215. Who plays a guit-steel guitar?
121216. Which U.S states are mentioned in the song "Hillbilly Rock?"
121217. Which JJ Cale song was on Lynyrd Skynyrd's second album?
121218. Who released the song "Louisiana Saturday Night" in 1981?
121219. What kind of guy doesn't believe in fighting according to the Merle Haggard song "The Fightin' Side of Me?"
121220. What is the difference between Hawaii and Hawai'i?
121221. Besides Brazil and Portugal, what nations use Portuguese as their official language?
121222. Whose basketball jersey fetched the highest price at an auction?
121223. More crossword help! I need two words: the first word has six letters, and the second word has seven letters. The first letter of the first word is A, the third letter of the second word is C, and the last letter of the second word is E (like this: A????? ??C???E). The answer is something that you put money in that can be found in a casino. Can anybody help me?
121224. On the t.v. show Alias they always let viewers know the destinations of characters by naming the city at the bottom of the screen.In each city one letter is always highlighted,does this mean or stand for anything?
121225. How many pins does an HDMI connector have?
121226. What does PTZ mean as in a PTZ camera?
121227. When was the last time that the eldest son of the Prince of Wales was married?
121228. How did the word "cinch" become associated with something being easy?
121229. Who was paid $50,000 for his only TV appearance recreating his original role as Duke Mantee?
121230. What private construction project, the largest in U.S. history, started on March 9th 1974?
121231. What Joseph Heller novel opened with the line "I get the willies when I see closed doors"?
121232. Which actress in the movie "A Fool There Was" was born in Rising Fawn, Georgia?
121233. What very early silent film featured Hair Coat, Parts His Hair and Last Horse as dancers?
121234. In which movies did Ann Rutherford play the character Carol Lambert?
121235. What does 'high strung' mean?
121236. I'm watching the 1916 silent movie "Intolerance." The Persians are just about to attack Babylon when an intertitle card reads: "On the walls of my city, I, Belshazzar, defy the enemies of Babylon. Allato! Allato! Allato!" What does 'Allato' mean?
121237. How many ways can an MLB pitcher commit a balk?
121238. What happened to Robert Cook in the song "Once You Understand" by Think?
121239. How did Hugo Boss die?
121240. What instrumental nickname did the man who first recorded "Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu" have?
121241. Which actor is mentioned in the song "One Night in Bangkok?"
121242. Has anyone been both the President of the United States and Chief Justice of the United States?
121244. In the comic strip "Heart of Juliet Jones" what was the full name her blonde sister?
121245. Who did Nathuran Godse kill on January 30th 1948?
121246. What is technically the difference between an assassination and a murder?
121247. What author of many thrillers noted "The target of my books lies somewhere between the solar plexus and the thigh"?
121248. Is there any regulation which denies a person the right to be US President and Supreme Court Justice simultaneously?
121249. Is Ike Turner's "Jet 88" available on CD ?
121250. Besides Bill Russell and K.C.Jones has anyone won an Olympic Gold Medal in Basketball, and an NCAA basketball Championship, and an NBA championship as a player and an NBA championship as a coach ?
121251. Which US TV show had an episode dealing with the "Legend of the White Buffalo"?
121252. In Major League baseball, has a (primarily) knuckleball pitcher ever won a Cy Young Award?
121253. What is a Gantry Crane (not a bird) and what is it used for?
121254. What record does Gareth Fessey hold?
121255. Whose real first taste of notoriety came when they photographed the Rolling Stones backstage at the El Mocambo Club in Toronto?
121256. What U.S. ambassador resigned in 1979 after a bru-ha-ha over a meeting with the Palestine Liberation Organization?
121257. Who played the nervous chap on the Steve Allen Show?
121258. How do musicians in an orchestra know what the conducter wants them to do?
121261. How do camels go without water?
121262. What was the title of Queen Mary, widow of George V, after her granddaughter became Queen Elizabeth and her mother Elizabeth became the Queen Mother?
121263. If Prince Philip should happen to outlive Queen Elizabeth what would his title be? In the last hundred years we have had Queen Mothers (Alexandra, Mary and Elizabeth) but no male royal survivor.
121264. "Hey, Marcel," what was the final score of the basketball game between Wexton and Berg St.?
121265. What is the origin of the phrase "you can't teach an old dog new tricks"?
121266. What was the medal that Prince William was wearing during his wedding ceremony?
121267. What former aide to Lyndon Johnson later became president of the Motion Picture Association of America?
121268. What was the biggest band the Hamburg Germany's Kaiserkeller Theatre ever booked?
121269. What has a forage cap to do with foraging?
121270. How does a jewel thief know which string of pearls are worth stealing?
121271. When did the UK royal tradition of the first public marriage kiss begin?
121272. I noticed that at the end of Prince William's wedding the song "God Save The Queen" was sung. The Queen herself remained silent during at least part of the song; is it appropriate for the monarch not to sing this song?
121273. Was Sarah Ferguson at Prince William's wedding?
121274. What book, by whom, when translated from the Chinese ended with the line "If that happens all of us will certainly work much better"?
121275. Who hosted ABC's old TV show "Hullaballoo"?
121276. Who was it on President Nixon's staff during the Watergate bru-ha-ha that once noted "For the President I would walk over my grandmother if necessary"?
121277. What European country was the first to be bombed by Albania in the 1957 novel "On The Beach"?
121279. What does "stook" mean?
121280. Who is Heather Erxleben?
121281. Who is Tabitha Babbitt?
121282. Who is Thomas Harriot?
121283. Why has no Major League Baseball player hit for the cycle in November?
121284. Which island is larger Pitcairn or Lindisfarne?
121285. What did the "Exciteable Boy" rub all over his chest?
121286. How did the term "bimbo" referring to a dumb person come about?
121287. In the really old TV show "Mr Peepers" who was the science teacher at Jefferson High School?
121288. What famous Fifth Avenue New York publisher exclusively handled F.Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway?
121289. How is the age of trees without growth rings determined?
121290. Is the Dalton Minimum a test to see if one qualifies as a genius?
121291. What is tephra?
121292. In MLB, who is credited as starting to wear rally caps?
121294. How many editions of "The Enterprising Housekeeper" by Helen Louise Johnson were printed?
121295. What was the codename for the US military action that killed Bin Laden?
121296. We all learn Pi is the ratio of the diameter of a circle to its circumference, but is there an equivalent figure for the relation of the edge of a square and its diagonal, and if so does it have a name?
121297. What is the shortest three-syllable word in the English language?
121298. What is the longest word possible to create with the cubes used in Boggle? (4x4 grid)
121299. If you film something in POV what does POV mean?
121300. Whose 1972 biography was subtitled "The Adventures of Superkraut"?
121301. Mow many appearances did the Beatles make at the famous Cavern Club in Liverpool?
121302. What contributor to the Village Voice magazine called his first collection of cartoons "Sick, Sick, Sick"?
121303. What is the largest word with its letters in the descending order?
121304. What is the largest reservoir in the US?
121305. What was the immediate reason that Maine became a US state?
121306. What does the Navy's Special Forces Unit S.E.A.L.S stand for?
121307. Who hosted a one time special "Welcome Back Elvis" that paid Presley $125,000 for a 6 minutes appearance on March 26th 1960?
121308. Who arrived on TV in 1955 as a summer replacement of ABC's Saturday Night Fights?
121309. Who won the Record of the Year in the 20th Grammy Awards
121310. Can a tongue get a zit?
121311. Was American hero John Hancock also a rum runner?
121312. Why is the term "proof" used when measuring alcohol content?
121313. On a coordinate plane, are the points located on the x- or y-axis, including the origin, in one of the four quadrants?
121314. What is the point of fingernails and toenails?
121315. Which countries are referred to as the Benelux countries?
121316. If you dropped 3 solid steel spheres weighing 1 kg,2kg and 3kg at the same time from a height of 10 metres, in what order would they hit the floor?
121317. How many Wisdom teeth do the most adult have?
121318. What is the difference between Leukonychia striata and Muehrcke's nails and Beau's lines??
121319. What does high amperage indicate with a furnace blower motor?
121320. Which R&B performer was once Handy as a child?
121321. In MLB, can a balk be committed by a player besides the pitcher?
121322. When was the last steam driven car produced?
121323. Brown mustard and yellow mustard: what is different about their production?
121324. What are the three components of gunpowder?
121325. Why isn't Pluto a planet anymore?
121326. What is the largest Mollusc?
121327. What is a dead horse arum?
121328. Kate Middleton's sister Pippa is getting some attention beyond her stunning role at Prince William's wedding; what am I speaking of?
121329. What astronaut slipped and injured his head in a shower in February 1964?
121330. What was the weight and flavor of Tricia Nixon's wedding cake?
121331. On which eye did George Wrangell the Hathaway shirt guy from the ads wear a patch?
121332. Whose tailor shop was the secret entrance to U.N.C.L.E.?
121333. What female novelist of romance has sold more then 100 million books?
121334. Which actor/dancer played the leader of the rival male suitors in 1954's "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"?
121335. What calendar date is most likely to be a Sunday for several consecutive years?
121336. What is a "hemidemisemiquaver"?
121337. What is a "hexadecimal"?
121338. How does the hexadecimal system work?
121339. Who told us the story of "The Illinois Enema Bandit"?
121340. What's the translation of the Mafia term "Capo di Tutti Capi"?
121341. Which of the British "Carry On" movies was set in India?
121342. Are there any animals with feathers that aren't classified as birds?
121343. Are there any non-extinct animals with feathers that aren't classified as birds?
121344. Who said, "It is better to be alone, than in bad company?"
121345. What U.S. President's wife built and owned Texas Broadcasting Corporation Inc.?
121346. Whose houseboat was docked at the Behia Mar Marina slip F-18 in Fort Lauderdale Florida?
121347. What Broadway musical's cast appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show the same night the Beatles made their first appearance?
121348. What magazine introduced a section called Periscope to its readers?
121349. What children's plaything was awed as "a modern miracle of plastic and optical engineering" when it first was introduced?
121350. What does the name "Idaho" mean?
121351. If a person who engages in acrobatics is an acrobat, what is a person who engages in aerobatics called?
121352. What is the history of balloons? Who invented them, how, why, where does the name come from?
121353. Who was the youngest chess grandmaster ever?
121354. By what name was King George VI known by within his family?
121355. What was the name of Gabby Hayes's horse?
121356. What kind of creature was the multilegged Shelob in The Lord of the Rings...the Two Towers?
121357. How many inches of rain fell on Massies Mill Virginia on August 19th and a small part of August 20th creating a new U.S. rainfall record?
121358. How many endings were originally filmed for Apocalypse Now?
121359. In 1938 a woman jumped to her death from a high-rise New York City apartment building. Another woman, associated with a blue house, was commissioned to paint a memorial of the decedent. What are their names?
121360. What is cywydd?
121361. Who were the Guelphs?
121362. What does 'S.A.' mean when listed after the name of a company? For example, SEAT, S.A.
121363. What is the difference between ceviche and tiradito?
121364. Who wrote La Vita Nuova?
121365. Who wrote Confessiones?
121366. What is the name of the net on the end of a lacrosse sick?
121367. When did the Marco Polo children's swim game become commonplace?
121368. What is the diameter of a ping pong ball?
121369. Has a US Speaker Of The House ever gone on to become US president?
121370. Can the word haberdashery also be used in referring to womens apparel?
121371. What bull liked to sit quietly and smell the flowers?
121372. What American poet's autobiography was titled "Always the Young Strangers"?
121373. What is the Great Man-Made River Project?
121374. Is it true that India no longer uses postage stamps?
121375. What is the difference between a hog and a pig?
121376. Where was Sarah Ferguson during Prince William's wedding (a wedding that she was not invited to)?
121377. Who succeeded Art Baker on the old TV show "You Asked For It"?
121378. When did the Panama Canal become Panamanian according to the treaty ratified in 1978?
121379. Who did the British Art critic Anthony Blount a.k.a. as the "fourth man" become an art consultant to later on?
121380. What Rudy Gernreich creation did Carol Doda wear to make entertainment history on June 19th 1964?
121381. How many Beatle songs made the top 10 in the week of March 21st 1964?
121382. The name of a major city in a European country in the language of a second European country is the same as the name of a third European country. What is the city and what are the three European countries involved?
121383. Which song won the Eurovision Song Contest outright with the fewest number of points?
121384. Where and when did a TV station cut to a picture of flowers rather than acknowledge the winners of the year's Eurovision Song Contest and which song won?
121385. Who was Jackie Mitchell?
121386. In the NBA playoffs, May 2011, the L.A. Lakers were swept in four games straight by the Dallas Mavericks. When was the last time the Lakers were swept in the playoffs?
121387. Which single was the first number one hit on both sides of the Atlantic?
(number one in the UK and number one in the USA in the same week)
121388. Is there a rule for quickly finding out the sum of consecutive numbers such as 10+9+8+7+6+5+4+3+2+1=?
121389. Who captured the city of Valencia during the Christian reconquest of Spain?
121390. Is there a theory that states the closer you look at an atom the less defined it becomes until when you get right in front of it it disappears altogether into energy?
121391. What is the highest island point in the Adriatic?
121392. Which song spent the most time as a #1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, "The Twist" or "Peppermint Twist?"
121393. On the TV show "Cheers", under what specific circumstances do Frasier and Diane first meet?
121395. What is the oldest known civilization in the Western Hemisphere?
121396. What anniversary did The Jackal choose for his "date" with Charles De Gaulle?
121397. What Samuel Beckett play was the first to become a Broadway play?
121398. Who wrote the introduction to Allen Ginsberg's book of poems titled "Howl"?
121399. Who was Allen Ginsberg referring to when he called him "New Buddha of American Prose"?
121400. What make of car was the consolation prize on the old TV show "The $64,000 Question" if you missed the big one?
121401. Who played the electric jug for the 13th Floor Elevators?
121402. Who designed the cloche hat?
121403. What specific color are Robin Hood's clothes?
121404. What kind of plane did William Knight set a new record speed flying at 4,534 miles per hour in 1966?
121405. What song was the flip side of the Beatles single "And I Love Her"?
121406. What single word were artist Robert Indiana's posters noted for during the 60s psychedelic era?
121407. Who introduced the "Step Into My Parlor" piece for Cosmopolitan Magazine?
121408. Who got a Tony award in 1970 as best actress in the Broadway play "Applause" in 1970?
121409. Who had a rifle named "Kildeer?'
121410. Which did Sylvester Roper first build, a steam-powered carriage or steam-powered motorcycle?
121411. What was the name of the former World War II Nazi collaborator (I believe) who was assassinated (using firebombs thrown at his house) some time between 1970-1990?
121412. What album had Poem 58 and Questions 67 and 68?
121413. Who wrote the songs "Tobacco Road" and "Indian Reservation?"
121414. Which band did the songs "Love Seems Doomed" and "Albert Common Is Dead?"
121415. Who is Rosetta Hightower?
121416. Who did Renate Blauel marry in 1984?
121417. Where is the World's oldest Mountain Cog railway and when was it opened?
121418. Are all revolving doors made to revolve anti- (counter-) clockwise? All the ones I can remember are oriented that way, but possibly in some countries they go the other way, ie clockwise?
121419. Why does yawning appear to contagious? (For example when in a group and someone yawns, everyone usually ends up yawning)
121420. What song did Playboy cartoonist Shel Silverstein write exclusively for Johnny Cash?
121421. What "Catch 22" character formed the international company M&M Enterprises?
121422. What actor was considered a regular on both The Dick Van Dyke Show and Leave It To Beaver?
121423. What chemist was the first to win 2 Nobel Prizes alone?
121424. What toothpaste did an ad agency create the slogan for "Looks Like Fun,Cleans Like Crazy"?
121425. Which sculptor might have been horrified to know his name had been given to a notorious European Place and to the surrounding area that once housed a horrific "puppet" theater?
121426. What is the singular form of the word "paraphernalia"?
121427. How much money did the accountant, Sidney Bernstein, offer the BHPD to forget about the parking tickets?
121428. Which part of India was occupied by the Japanese in WW II?
121429. What is the significance of the following sentence: "A rough, dough-faced, thoughtful ploughman emerged from a slough to walk through the streets of Scarborough, coughing and hiccoughing."?
121430. Did Lugee Alfredo Giovanni Sacco have any number one songs?
121431. Which singer is the connection between the songs "16 Candles" and "The Worst That Could Happen?"
121432. Who was the keyboard player for The Grass Roots?
121433. Who played piano on the song "Who Are You" by The Who?
121434. Did David Ruffin and Jimmy Ruffin ever record a song together?
121435. What or who is a straw boss?
121436. In the play "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw, where did the Eynsford-Hills get their money?
121437. Who built the Monkeemobile and the Black Beauty for two popular 1960s TV shows?
121438. Where is Bobby Darin's "Dream Car?"
121439. Was there a Pope Hartford?
121440. What is the significance of the following sentence: "Go and take this old whisky to the fair-haired judge smoking the Havana cigar" ?
121441. How did the retort "mind your own beeswax" come about?
121442. Was the original intent of the raid on Bin Laden's compound to capture him and not kill him?
121443. Is it true that if a highly polished billiard ball was expanded to equal the Earth in size it would have higher mountains and deeper trenches than the Earth?
121444. What puppet did Paul Fusco bring to TV in the late 1980s?
121445. Which cities have Chinatowns?
121446. What is significant about the following sentence; "He believed Caesar could see people seizing the seas" ?
121447. What was the clue that gave away a disguised Henrich Himmler to his captors?
121448. Was Martin Borman's body ever found?
121449. Which English village has a name that etymologically means "hill hill hill"? How do you pronounce it?
121450. The acting mayor of Los Angeles and a barber greeted which silent actor when he returned from a European trip with a beard?
121451. What is the word for diacritical mark used in papier mache?
121452. What did a product called "Executive Privilege" that Bloomingdales brought out in 1973 do to paper?
121453. What Woody Allen movie is this line from? "I finally had an orgasm and my doctor told me it was the wrong kind."
121454. Who advised us not to eat that yellow snow?
121455. When was the last time that a tornado touched down in Philadelphia, PA?
121456. Who was the last person to surrender in World War II?
121457. What was the name of the place that Moses led his people to that had a well?
121458. Why is Chiang Kai-shek also known as Jiang Jieshi?
121459. What song, covered by Emerson, Lake & Palmer, can be connected to a ballet choreographed by Agnes de Mille?
121460. Which songs on the 1975 "Eric Carmen" album were inspired by a Russian composer?
121461. What is the common name of the song "Blue Yodel #8?"
121462. A 1950s group who took their name from a Kool cigarettes advertising mascot share this name with which Los Angeles Dodger third baseman?
121463. Why are "flashlights" known in the UK as "torches"; and, to be fair, why are "torches" known in the US as "flashlights"?
121464. What strange words did many people claim could be heard at the end of the Beatles' "Strawberry Fields Forever"?
121465. Which female star appeared in 2 of hitchcock's later films?
121466. The name for which musical ensemble translated means 'dancing place?
121467. What Beatles' songs have a title that is not part of the lyrics?
121468. What is "thousands on a raft" I pretty sure it's something edible?
121469. What was the name of the character No.6079 in George Orwell's 1984?
121470. What was radical French student leader Daniel Cohn Bendit better known as?
121471. Who's at the door in Peking China if the bell rings and someone calls out "Ai fang lai la"?
121472. What soap opera was playing on the TV when Roy Nealy was making his mud model in the movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"?
121473. What is a torch song?
121474. If an Icelandic boy is called Leif Svensson, will his sister be called Birgitta Svensdottir - or what?
121475. What is the average of the number of seats in all modern MLB stadiums?
121476. What state does Lake of the Woods belong to, if any?
121477. How did Jack Haley, the man who played the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz, die?
121478. Who was the last person to surrender in World War I?
121479. What year and make of car were the very first power windows introduced to the American public?
121481. Which ancient Greek philosopher discovered the principle of floating bubbles while taking a bath and screamed eureka!
121482. Who first said, "I know you are, but what am I?"
121483. What is Video Bit rate?
121487. What is the difference between Cryptodira and Pleurodira?
121488. In how many movies was the horse named Starlight?
121489. Who first expressed the theological concept of the Rapture?
121490. Theoretically, how could I get 200 people from London to Edinburgh without expending any energy in the process, and how long would it take?
121491. Why on my PC keyboard does the "F" key have a small raised line on it?
121492. How many words do Eskimos (Inuits) have for snow?
121493. The name of a 1942 Billboard number one song was hijacked by the media and used for the murder of which person that eventually lead to riots in the USA?
121494. Who won the Glascock Prize in 1955?
121496. Boxer Joe Lewis got married a couple hours before a fight with which man?
121497. What is the Belle Époque?
121498. What is a two-toned spectator?