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Questions From Sep 12 11
123501. What is the smallest Arab nation?
123502. What is E.161?
123503. What is the purpose of each neck on a double necked guitar?
123504. In spite of their alphabets being different are the Hebrew and Arabic languages related?
123505. Is it true that in San Francisco during the height of the California gold rush it was more cost effective to ship dirty laundry to China rather than to have it done locally?
123506. How fast can a road runner run?
123507. In the jungle at Chez Baloo, the owner of the estate has found what looks like a bit of a weeping willow, with what are probably stem galls on it. They look like little cups with the stem at the base, and look as if they have crosshead screws screwed into the other end. Anyone any idea exactly what little critter caused them?
123508. In the song "Come On Eileen," what do the lyrics "Toora Loora Toora Loo-Rye-Aye" mean?
123509. Why does a plane chase Cary Grant in North by Northwest? What is the deeper meaning behind it?
123510. Which club became the champion of the Belgian Pro League (soccer/football) 2010-2011?
123511. Currently, what professional sports teams play in the Houston Astrodome?
123512. What are Funafuti Provisionals?
123513. Who is older, Nena or Enya?
123514. What was the name of the first spacecraft to reach the surface of the moon?
123515. How can a failed scheme to prevent train robberies in the American Wild West be directly tied to the invention of the computer?
123516. How can an irritable fox be directly tied to the modern Canadian economy?
123517. What was the "toddlers truce"?
123518. After the London Riots; what position did Kaiser Chiefs' "I Predict a Riot" re-enter the UK charts at?
123519. How long did William Penn actually live in his colony of Pennsylvania?
123520. Who sings "Happy Birthday" in his first "appearance" in a Disney
123521. What Disney film features "Happy Birthday" as its second song?
123522. What nations are enclaves; countries that are completely surrounded by another country?
123523. Is the AutoSock legal or certified to use in the USA?
123524. What is a 4-4-0 locomotive?
123525. What was the first movie directed by Fyodor Otsep?
123526. In what movie was Julian L'Estrange the character Bernard Dufrene?
123527. In what movie did Julian Eltinge have the dual role Temple Trask/Mrs Carfax?
123528. Which 1912 movie was written by Julian La Mothe?
123529. Oops! I just accidentally typed option-shift-2 and a weird shape appeared. What is it?
123530. What side of Euro coins are considered "heads?"
123531. I'm not sure if it can be answered, but
is there such a entity as true silence?
123532. In 1926, crime novel writer Agatha Christie strangely disappeared for 10 days. What is generally believed to have the cause of her disappearance?
123533. Famous Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky was almost killed as a young man. What saved his life?
123534. Is the ear trumpet still being made and/or used?
123535. If tomatoes and avocados are considered fruits, are there any fruits that are considered vegetables?
123536. What hurricane came the farthest inland in the U.S.?
123537. What is the current international status of Kosovo?
123538. What snack food did Joe Black thoroughly enjoy?
123539. Who killed Gary Hinman?
123540. Which member of Delaney & Bonnie and Derek and the Dominos killed his mother?
123541. What are some other common names for the Rufous-vented Chachalaca?
123542. Why did Kemal Atatürk choose Ankara as the capital of Turkey?
123544. Evelyn Waugh, the author of the great novels "Decline and Fall" and "Brideshead Revisited," had sadly attempted suicide at a very young age. According to his biography, what saved him?
123545. Thomas Hardy, the brilliant novelist, almost did not survive his birth. He appeared still born and was put to one side for dead. What saved him?
123546. How many cars were wrecked during the filming of the Blues Brothers?
123547. Who was the first British woman to win two Gold Medals at the same Olympic Games?
123548. Who was said to have introduced The Blues Brothers to "Don Kirschner"?
123549. If you were travelling in England and wanted to get a train to Wales, which station should you get a ticket to? (Note: this question is not a brainteaser and is very carefully worded. There is only one answer.)
123551. How many centuries is it from 401 B.C. 101 A.D.?
123553. What does the KITH of 'Kith and Kin' mean?
123554. In the NFL, what QB has the record for the most individual yards rushed in a playing career?
123555. How many words per minute does the average person read in English?
123556. What are the real names of Ol' Chumbucket and Cap'n Slappy of TLAPD fame?
123558. What do Pam and Dawn receive from their Secret Santas on their respective versions of "The Office"?
123559. What is the longest undammed river in the USA?
123561. What brand of cod liver oil had a fisherman carrying a giant cod on his back as its logo?
123562. What was the first year of the British Experimental Rocket Group?
123563. What nation has the highest herion addiction rate in the world?
123564. What is the last person chosen in the NFL draft called?
123565. What is the tallest US state capitol building?
123566. Who said, "I am after all only a combat pilot, but Boelcke, he was a hero".
123567. What is the biggest Grocery Chain in Great Britian?
123569. What is the name of the company which drives around neighborhoods in order to provide data to Google Maps by recording streets, etc. -- There are vehicles which travel through neighborhoods to record GPS and street view data. What is the name of the company which performs this function in the USA? (hint - it started with NaviQ but went by too fast to catch the rest of the name)
123570. Who was the oldest rookie in NFL history?
123571. Does a screenguard affect the usability of capacitive touchscreens?
123572. What was the first declared United States National Monument?
123574. What is a steampunk movie?
123575. What happened to Chief Billy Bowlegs' banana trees?
123576. What was once called G.O.M., "God's Own Medicine"?
123577. Orange Walk Town is the capital of what?
123580. Was William Clito related to William the Conquerer?
123581. What is the Licet Ecclesiae Catholicae?
123582. What is the Tour de Nesle Affair?
123584. Who was the first Count of Dreux?
123585. What does the acronym CAPTCHA mean?
123586. What baseball team is named after Johnny Appleseed?
123587. Which country has the rooftop of the World?
123588. How did the city of Unalaska, Alaska get its name?
123589. When did the phrase "glass stomach" originate and what's its meaning?
123590. Has a MLB team, completely out of playoff contention, ever laid down intentionally and allowed another team in contention to win against them?
123591. Anyone have info on actor Peenie Elmo?
123592. Did the CSA (the Confederate States of America) ever operate a submarine; how would they have powered such a vessel?
123593. What is the difference between a monoreme and a monotreme?
123594. What is the name of the first team on Fun Trivia?
123595. In April 1946, Derby County beat which football team in the first FA Cup final since the end of the?
123596. What is the crack that might have been recently discovered in Einstein's theory?
123597. If a football (soccer) player is fouled in the penalty box but still scores, is the goal allowed?
123598. What is the record largest pumpkin?
123599. What was Devetsil?
123600. Is it possible to move faster than light?
123601. Is there a British equivalent to the idiom "Monday-morning Quarterback"?
123602. What was the very first posthumous best actor Oscar nomination given?
123603. What is the only music instrument that the Amish play?
123604. What 1959 movie was about jazz bandleader Red Nichols?
123605. How did jazz trumpeter Joseph Mannone get the nickname "Wingy?"
123606. Supposedly, how did Michael Faherty, a 76-year-old pensioner in Galway, die at his house three days before the Christmas of 2010?
123607. The singing cowboy Gene Autry is the holder of which stellar record?
123608. Is there a test that will tell who a baby's father is before it's born?
123609. Why is the metal Monel not called Monell?
123610. What is the largest breed of owl in the world?
123611. Have two or more pitchers ever combined for a perfect game in MLB?
123612. Which NHL Goalie has the lowest career GAA?
123613. Who was the oldest Canadian ever elected as Prime Minister?
123614. Has any Canadian Prime Minister ever died in Office?
123615. Has any Canadian citizen ever served as leader
of a foreign nation?
123616. Twice, in the first fifty years of its existence, the Bank of England faced two major runs on its reserves. What were the cause of these runs; and, what did the clever bank do to prevent a full depletion of its money?
123617. How did the British tea "PG-Tips" come to get that name?
123618. What is the difference between rap and hip hop?
123619. The construction of which building caused the most deaths?
123620. During body searches prior to his performances, was Houdini ever found in possession of keys or lock-picking devices?
123621. Who was Daniel "Pegleg" Sullivan?
123622. In 1864, Confederate agents conspired to burn New York City by starting fires with the chemical phosphorus. What prevented these small fires of engulfing and destroying the city?
123623. What Confederate city had the largest population?
123624. What was Butler's Order No. 28?
123625. Are there such stars in the sky colored other than blue, white, red, yellow and orange?
123626. Who was in more films, James Cagney or Frank Hagney?
123627. Who designed the Magney House?
123628. What is the Division of Tangney?
123629. Who is Wagnney Fabiano?
123630. What is the largest inland lake in South America?
123631. What was the name of the cat Bobby Brady saved in the building when he was a safety monitor??
123632. Does blowing on a spoonful of hot soup actually cool it down?
123633. Why did the United Nations pick New York for their headquarters?
123634. What is the difference between a meatpuppet and a sockpuppet?
123635. Who invented the Salad Spinner, and what is its history?
123636. How much, if any, Vitamin C does milk have?
123637. From a literary perspective, how are the words "unemployed at last" indirectly related to the bushranger Ned Kelly?
123638. What is, or was, Railway Time?
123639. What is the name of the distinctive white hat of the French Foreign Legion?
123640. What did the Vikings call Constantinople?
123641. What was the historic Slavic name for Constantinople?
123642. What is the origin of the legend told to children that babies are delivered by the stork?
123643. What is special about the novel "Gadsby"?
123644. Which World Chess Champion gained his title by the greatest winning margin?
123645. In the late 1920s, why did movie studios use a procedure known as goat glanding?
123646. Is Andorra part of the Iberian Peninsula?
123647. Why was the SCR-578 WWII radio known as the "Gibson Girl?"
123648. How did John Barrymore's character, the Duke of Kurland, in the 1929 movie "General Crack," come up with the name Crack?
123649. At the end of the 1978 MLB regularly scheduled season, the Boston Red Sox expressed gratitude via their scoreboard to which opposing player?
123650. In what prison is the "Craig's List Killer" currently incarcerated?
123651. From where came Ferrari's famous prancing pony logo?
123653. What are the names of the albums by Ginger Baker's Air Force?
123654. In what year did The Jazz Crusaders become known as The Crusaders?
123655. What is the real name of the guitar player known as Pat The White?
123656. Which Stevie Wonder song did Cold Blood record on their "Thriller" album?
123657. Why did the song "The Name Game" start with the names Shirley and Lincoln?
123658. What was the highest charting song for the person who wrote the song Timothy (by The Buoys)?
123659. What word connects the song "Chick-A-Boom" and the spider argyrodes flavescens?
123660. What movie features the line: "It's a real toe tapper."?
123662. In the night sky (or the universe), is it possible to find green, purple, pink or black stars?
123663. In 1971, what was the inspiration for the first criss-cross soles on sneakers to be manufactured?
123664. What caused Kemmons Wilson to create his super successful Holiday Inn hotel chain; and, from where came the name of his hotels?
123665. What is the only inhabited island off the coast of Northern Ireland?
123666. What was the candy bar Milky Way named after?
123667. Why is carbon not a semiconductor although it is in the same group as silicon and germanium?
123668. Who weighs more; Howard Taft of the past, or Chris Christie of today?
123669. Was the guy who first made Doritos buried with a bag of them?
123670. Which member of the Dixie Dregs went on to become the guitar player for Deep Purple?
123671. Which of these songs written by Tony Joe White reached a number one position on the charts: "Poke Salad Annie" by TJW, "Rainy Night in Georgia" by Brook Benton or "Steamy Windows" by Tina Turner?
123672. Paul "Bear" Bryant and Eddie Kendricks are buried in which Birmingham, AL cemetery?
123673. What songwriter/record producer survived the sinking of the Andrea Doria?
123674. What is a Janus cat?
123675. What is the "Freshman 15"; and, is it an urban legend?
123676. What is the Scottish Gaelic translation for "The truth lies within"? (spelling is important)
123677. What is a dance card and when did they stop being used?
123678. How do they make Swiss rolls and mini rolls in mass production factories?
123679. In what language was an eggplant originally described as an "insane apple" - mela insana ?
123680. Which part of France is a part of the Iberian Peninsula?
123681. What US states have names that are more than one word long?
123682. Why was the French Foreign Legion exclusively created for foreign nationals and not for French nationals?
123683. Who was the first ever Christian crusader?
123684. What is a Tomato Surprise?
123685. What is a White Trash Russian?
123686. Which city is the most ancient city still standing in Western Europe?
123687. Is corned beef and cabbage a popular dish in Ireland?
123688. What is a whirlygig?
123689. Do Fuji apples come from Japan?
123690. What is the largest city along Lake Superior?
123691. What inspired the invention of miniature golf?
123692. Michael Marks would not have used the name Spencer, when he created Marks and Spencer, if it had been up to him. What name would he have used?
123693. What "complaint" caused Jack Odell to begin designing what went on to be the super successful Matchbox car toys?
123694. What does Ringo Starr scream at the end of the song 'Helter Skelter'?
123695. How did the Hoxne Hoard get discovered?
123696. What scientific measurement did Wilbur Scoville give his name to?
123697. Who once received a letter which stated, "My husband burns the hair out of his nose with a lighted match. And he thinks I'm crazy because I voted for Goldwater"?
123698. What Rolling Stones songs are NOT sung by Mick Jagger?
123699. Who was the first female minister in an internationally recognized government?
123700. Where specifically are the New York City crowds who are protesting against Wall Street gathering?
123701. In the credit card industry what is known as the First Supper?
123702. How was the door-to-door Avon Cosmetics concept created?
123703. In watching MLB, I have noticed that when a batter strikes out, the catcher always stands up and throws the ball hard to his left. Who is he throwing the ball to?
123704. In "The Big Bang Theory", who provides the voice of Howard's mother?
123705. In 1835, when Worcestershire sauce was first created, what was being tried to recreate; and what strange event took place in that attempted recreation?
123706. In 2008, in a poll run by a satellite TV food channel, what was considered as Britain's greatest contribution to world cuisine?
123707. Who was was the first woman elected to the British House of Commons?
123708. What was a Tarpan?
123709. What was the most famous hit by the Tremeloes?
123710. What was once known as "the Paris of the Midwest"?
123711. Who are the planned performers at the halftime on the next Super Bowl - Super Bowl XLVI?
123712. What male, born in the UK in the 1960s, began a career as a child actor and model but eventually gravitated toward music?
123713. What was the specific main ingredient in the original Doc Martens boots; and, what were they originally called?
123714. What currently has users of the Italian Wikipedia aflutter?
123715. What letter acquired by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, is now on display at the Los Angeles center's Museum of Tolerance?
123716. Is the high school football field goal distance record longer than the college and pro records?
123717. What is the difference between parkour and free running?
123718. What do UK stamps not have on them that other countries do?
123719. When was the last time that John Lennon and Paul McCartney played music together?
123720. What is the Doppler effect?
123721. How fast do nails grow?
123722. Who was the first dentist to use Nitrous Oxide Gas on his patients; and, what tragically became of him?
123723. How did Percy Bysshe Shelley die?
123724. Who was Mary Shelley's inspiration for Doctor Frankenstein?
123725. Why did Harper Lee only write one novel?
123726. When, and for what reason, did Stalin proclaim the doctrine of "communism in one country."?
123727. Was Cornstalk killed in battle?
123728. Is it true that no photos or paintings of Crazy Horse exist?
123729. Who gave a pair of pistols to Little Turtle?
123730. Hooker Jim and Shacknasty Jim hunted down which Native American chief?
123731. R.I.P. Steve Jobs; what year did he create Apple computers?
123732. In French, what is a 'grand reporter'? (Is there also a 'small reporter'?)
123733. What is the world's second fastest land animal?
123734. What is the world's second largest land animal?
123735. Air is 78% nitrogen and 21% oxygen. The rest is what?
123736. Who was Zheng He?
123737. What happened to the Chinese so called 'treasure ships'?
123738. Is the so called Chinese 'Grand Canal' used today?
123739. Was Donald Turnupseed at fault when he and James Dean collided? If so, did he get a ticket?
123740. Adolf and Rudolf Dassler were brothers who had worked together in Germany to create high quality shoes and sports equipment. During the stress of a WWII Allied bombing raid, a misunderstanding started a huge argument between the two brothers. Today, what two companies exist because of this falling out?
123741. Is the so called 'Cyprus Government Railway' used today?
123742. What is the Atilla line?
123743. What was the Annan Plan?
123744. Who was the last American killed during WWI?
123745. What was another name for the airship LZ-129?
123746. What metal did Alfred Wilm invent?
123747. What was the address of the Munsters' house?
123748. Was Little Willie used in battle in WWI?
123749. What was the maximum range of a Lewis Gun?
123750. Why did Hank Williams Jr. get fired from ESPN from singing the opening song to Monday Night Football?
123751. What is the name of the actor in a commercial who says "I lift things up and put them down?"
123752. What is the name of the instrumental music video with several men wearing suits and marching around in changing directions, with briefcases?
123753. Like the board game Monopoly, Scrabble was created during the depression by an unemployed man. What was the game first called; and, what caused it to become so popular?
123754. What video is Sandra watching at the beginning of the New Tricks episode Meat Is Murder?
123755. What was the Stevenson Affair in Indiana?
123756. The little plastic ring that is found on a water bottle that keeps the lid on until you twist it; does it have a name?
123757. Which three countries have issued their first postage stamps ever during the last year (since October 10, 2010)?
123758. What lake is the second deepest in the world?
123759. Which planets in our solar system have higher mountains than the Earth?
123760. Are Romanians and Moldovians the same ethnic group?
123761. What is Boron used for today?
123762. In 1777, Antoine Lavoisier helped convince the scientific community that sulfur was a basic element, rather than a compound. How could he be sure about this?
123763. Why are people that live in London often called Cockney?
123764. Who invented the windshield (of a car)?
123765. When one drinks soda water, can the dissolved Carbon Dioxide be absorbed by the body; or is it all belched or otherwise expelled?
123766. How many musicians have been inducted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as both a member of a band and a solo artist?
123767. In which novel did Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson first appear?
123768. What are Italy's flag colours?
123770. What year was the first time visitors were permitted to tour the Washington Monument?
123771. Which is the longest month of the year?
123772. What measures are taken to make a safe windshield for a car?
123773. In Dutch, what is the difference between 'openbare lichamen' and 'gemeenten'?
123774. Is there a country called Caribbean Netherlands?
123775. What is the southernmost point of Africa (including islands)?
123776. What is the southernmost point of Oceania?
123777. Where or what is Point Nemo?
123778. What was the Cockney Vowel Shift?
123779. What did Marilyn Monroe claim that she wore to bed?
123780. How many independent nation states are there in the Pacific Ocean?
123781. Is there a recognized world champion in the skill of throwing shuriken, or Japanese star knives?
123782. Who is peeves the poltergeist in harry potter?
123783. As a band, how many Grammy Awards did the Beatles win?
123784. Not including tonight (10-Oct-2011) , when was the last year that the Detroit Lions played a Monday Night Football game?
123785. What's the story behind the name of the "Eighty 20" consulting firm?
123786. Which flower of Greek legend was said to cover the Elysian Fields?
123788. Is it common in American English for 'Nazi' to be pronounced to rhyme with 'crazy', 'daisy' and 'lazy'?
123789. Greek people refer to their country as 'Hellas'. What does the word 'Greece' actually mean/refer to in Greek/Hellenic language?
123790. With the Detroit Lions playing on Monday Night Football tonight, 10-Oct-2011, which team now has the longest drought of MNF appearances?
123791. We've all heard of biplanes and even triplanes; was a flying plane with four levels of wings ever produced?
123792. Why are the stones on the Washington Monument one color for one third of the way, and then a different color for two thirds of the way?
123793. In football (soccer), what's the difference between the African Nation's Cup and the African cup of Nations?
123794. In general a horse is distinguished from a pony at/over approximately what height, in hands, to the withers?
123795. In WWII German POW camps, were the Jewish prisoners treated worse than the rest of the prison population?
123796. Pierre Laval was the head of the Vichy government in occupied France by Germans; how did Pierre Laval die?
123797. Where did Hitler and Eva Braun meet?
123798. What is the difference between an acronym and an initialism?
123799. Is Coca Cola now an Irish corporation ?
123800. Who wrote 'Honeysuckle Blues' ?
123801. As it dries, what causes a bar of soap to stick to the soap dish?
123802. Why does Bono (from U2) always wear sunglasses?
123803. Who are the current models on The Price Is Right that is hosted by Drew Carey?
123804. Does the Party Rock Anthem sheet music by LMFAO qualify as an Anthem?
123805. Does anyone know where I can find a complete list of the audio samples used in the song "Frontier Psychiatrist" by The Avalanches?
123806. How did Concordia College, Moorhead, MN get the name "Cobbers" for a mascot ?
123807. Is gambling legal in Mexico?
123808. Why did French sailors wear Breton stripes?
123809. Where is the University of Tarapacá located?
123810. In what U.S. county is Analitis Drive?
123811. How do you create a model of a cell?
123812. Which marine animal bears the same name as a flower?
123813. What flower is the symbol of faith?
123815. Approximately how many Canadians live in the United States and if possible what State has the greatest concentration of Canadians?
123816. What is the difference between the nobility and the aristocracy during the sixteenth and seventeenth century?
123818. Could a spy satellite read the front page of a newspaper on earth?
123819. Is Les Miserables based on a true story?
123820. In the song "Midnight at the Oasis" who or what is Cactus?
123821. How did burlap get its name?
123822. What is the name of Remember and Desire Baker's son?
123823. Where and when was the Nazi book burning?
123824. Is it possible for an atheist be considered a misotheist?
123825. How many times has George Gershwin's "Summertime" been covered?
123826. What color are the lions on the coat of arms of Denmark?
123827. What is another name for "the Schoolmarm's Bloomers?"
123828. Who was the mastermind of the Pisonian conspiracy?
123829. Did the guitarist of A-ha "take on" his wife's last name?
123830. What company made the first electric ice cream maker?
123831. In 1929, what inspired Edwin Lowe to reinvent the game Bingo?
123832. Is it possible to have clean dirt?
123833. During the 2011 season, were Boston Red Sox players drinking alcohol in their club house during games?
123834. Originally, from what nation did tic tacs come from?
123835. Which element has the highest atomic weight?
123836. At his execution, was King Louis XVI given any privileges?
123837. What if any, is the significance of the lions at the base of Nelson's Column, in London, England?
123838. From where comes the condiment pepper?
123839. The modern internet grew from a non-public US Defense system called what?
123840. Is the Statue of Liberty the largest statue in the world,if not where is the largest?
123841. Did other cities than Salisbury (now: Harare) change name after the independence of Zimbabwe?
123842. Why do pigeons bob their heads when they walk?
123843. What is the largest Grocery Chain in the U.S?
123845. When was the dark side of the moon first seen by man?
123846. What is the Pyramid of Honor?
123847. If bones can grow then which one grows the fastest?
123848. What was the record time and who was the person to be able to say in reverse the alphabet?
123849. In American politics, what is bundling?
123851. Who holds the world record for the fastest blind person in marathon running (katrin dorre-heinig or steve moneghetti)
123852. Has anyone found a genetic (i.e. DNA) basis for instincts ?
123853. Who has held their breath the longest underwater?
123854. Is Nitrogen inert gas ? If yes why and why is it not included in the Group Zero or Group 18?
123855. How long does it take for a scoop ice cream on a cone to totally melt in normal room temperature?
123856. What is the difference between tex and denier?
123857. What team has always been in the English Championship (npower) League?
123858. What defense does the US have to prevent an enemy from knocking out GPS satellites ?
123859. What was the name of the photographer, who was married to Georgia O'Keefe, who helped Ansel Adams become a world renowned photographer?
123860. What famous photographer and his wife were killed in a plane crash near Bishop, California on August 11, 2002?
123861. According to the Roman historian Suetonious, why did Julius Caesar wear a laurel wreath?
123862. What was the name of the one supercontinent that the continents of today broke off from?
123863. Are there any animals that have the capacity to live forever?
123864. How fast does coral grow?
123865. Who told us that George Washington chopped down his father's cherry tree?
123866. Where do oranges grow in the wild?
123867. How many episodes were there to The Adventures and Emotions of Edgar Pomeroy silent serial?
123868. In which movie did Dorothy Phillips play the character Jane Cortelyou?
123870. In the USA is there a federal law that states car dealerships must give customers a schematic layout of vacuum lines?
123872. Are Raleigh bicycles from the 1960's valuable ?
123873. Which cars are faster - Indy Cars or Formula 1? And which has the faster average speed in race conditions?
123874. What is the southernmost point of China?
123875. Why is football (soccer) officially called "Association Football"?
123876. Who was the first post-imperial prime minister of Russia?
123877. What summit is the point farthest from the centre of the Earth?
123878. What made the island of Nuku Hiva famous in 2011?
123879. What is the difference between Hoo Doo and Voo Doo?
123880. Some years ago I heard an expression which I believe to be an old regional saying in Melbourne, Australia. From memory it was something like "Go ask Snowy on the trams" or "..from the trams." Does anybody have any ideas as to the origins of this expression and what it means?
123881. Who designed the trampoline?
123882. What type of tree has the most vivid coloring in the fall?
123883. What is the record for a woman in the pole vault?
123884. How many qualifying matches are there for the UEFA Euro championships?
123885. From where did the band Green Day get their name?
123887. Who was the editor of The Christadelphian from 1864-1898?
123888. Who wrote the play "A Moon to Dance By?"
123889. Who was the first British middleweight champion?
123890. Who was the fourth Episcopal bishop of Virginia?
123891. Who was the 8th Seigneur of Sark?
123892. Robert Forster played which character in the 2002-2003 TV series "Fastlane?"
123893. Actor Paul Kelly killed actress Dorothy Mackaye's husband. What was his name?
123894. Who composed the music for the national anthem of Wales?
123895. Who won USBC Senior Masters Championship in 1995 and 1996?
123896. In the US, what's the difference between Blue Cross and Blue Shield?
123897. Jonathan McGowan enjoys eating what dish?
123898. When and where did the largest aerial dogfight in military history take place?
123899. Who patented the first garbage disposal?
123901. What punishment did the man who assassinated William McKinley receive?
123902. Does the film "Execution of Czolgosz, with Panorama of Auburn Prison" (Copyright: Thomas A. Edison; 9Nov1901) show the actual electrocution or is it a reenactment?
123903. Is there a difference between constipation and obstipation?
123904. What is the area of Holyrood, Kansas, USA?
123905. What is the title of the tenth book in the Hardy Boys Mystery Stories?
123906. Were the Hardy Boys brothers or cousins?
123907. Who holds the record time of walking backwards?
123908. What is appoggiatura and acciaccatura ?
123909. Is there a difference between a duplicate and replicate?
123910. In the world of sport what has maximum dimensions of 60 metres by 30 metres?
123911. Was there ever such a thing as a Belgian brand of motorcars?
123912. Who was the first non-British darts-player to become world-champion in that sports?
123913. What was the first music instrument Louis Armstrong learned to play?
123914. What building in Europe has nine spheres and represents a crystal?
123915. What was the original French name for what the American Press called "the New Look" in 1947?
123916. Is it true that Lincoln's son was having an affair with John Wilkes Booth's wife ?
123917. Which James Bond movie has Fur Elise song being played?
123918. How fast can a house lizard's tail grow back to normal when it is cut off?
123919. Can spiders swim?
123920. How many colors does a Malaysian flag have?
123921. Why do house spiders almost always end up in the bath?
123922. Who were some of the more famous witnesses at the Scrope v. Grosvenor case?
123923. What is fracking?
123924. What is a Wellerism?
123925. Which two events prompt a sound to play in Microsoft Hearts?
123926. Who said this: "When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty"?
123927. Is there a real word called 'Preggio' and what does it refer to?
123928. Who said this: 'Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans'?
123929. Who is the all-time leading scorer for the Italian national football (soccer) team?
123930. When and where was the very first Burning Man festival?
123931. Where was the Bismarck sunk?
123932. Was The Edmund Fitzgerald ever found?
123933. What was the final fate of The Mary Celeste?
123934. What computer keyboard symbol is called a monkey-tail by the Germans (Affenschwanz) and a snail-a by the French (a-escargot)?
123935. Do you have to be of Italian descent to become a member of the so-called "Cosa Nostra"?
123936. Is anything known for sure about the age of the bear that President Ted Roosevelt is reputed to have refused to shoot?
123937. Is ex-skating champion and double "Eleven Cities Tour"-winner Evert van Benthem a genuine Canadian at present or is he just a Dutchman living in Canada?
123938. Is it correct for a German to describe a soccer match between the German Mannschaft and the English national team as an "Englandspiel"?
123940. Which exams were first introduced in june 1984?
123941. What's the difference between 'vintage' and 'retro'?
123942. In what movie did Bruce Campbell play a 70+ year old Elvis Presley who found himself a confined resident in a nursing home after coming out of a coma?
123943. What was the last US state to have laws against interracial marriage?
123944. What TV sitcom predicted accurately the year that Colonel Gaddafi would die?
123945. Why is the Romanian first league (football/soccer) called Liga I Bergenbier?
123946. What is a 'caprice'?
123947. In what year was hanging abolished in the UK?
123949. Which two countries share the second longest border?
123950. Who made the first throat lozenges?
123951. In music term, who are the famous composers that wrote caprices ?
123952. Who was the first person to die from Aids?
123953. What is Newton's first law of motion? What is Newton's second law of motion? What is Newton's third law of motion?
123954. Is 154CM stainless steel used as blade material of the Umnumzaan?
123955. Which pope issued the Unum sanctam?
123956. Who wrote Ubu Roi?
123957. What is an ulu?
123958. Of what material are Ugg boots made?
123959. What did baseball pitcher Ubaldo Jiménez do on April 17, 2010?
123960. What type of Pokémon is Uxie?
123961. Have there been any cases in medical history of an individual's blood group changing?
123962. Which handgun has the longest range?
123963. How many Spitfire fighter planes were produced and how many still exist in working order?
123964. Which special forces group utilizes a weapon known as the "ballistic knife"?
123965. What albums by the Doors went to Number One?
123966. Did the Nazis ever claim to adhere to the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche?
123967. 'Fire' was a UK No.1 in June 1968 for who?
123968. Who stars opposite Ingrid Bergman as an American agent in "Notorious"?
123969. Where is the oldest continuously operated cheese maker in the world?
123970. Where to find a picture on the web of Land Planarian (Bipalium kewense) eggs?
123971. Who is the crown prince of Saudi Arabia?
123972. Was Mao a good swimmer?
123973. Why do southern belles often wear butterfly lapel pins?
123974. What city in Mississippi had over five hundred millionaire citizens before the Civil War?
123975. What Confederate general was a hypochondriac and rode with one arm in the air to keep his balance?
123976. Where is there a photo of William Speed Weed ?
123977. How many different types of cell are found within the human body?
123979. Is "full summary" a contradiction in terms?
123980. What is the largest fruit that grows on a tree?
123981. Is there still a rail service in Istria (Croatia/Slovenia)?
123982. Did Serbia ever have a navy?
123983. What word means both compassionate and strong?
123984. What is the Biotic Baking Brigade?
123987. Who won 2011 GOP California straw pole?
123988. Who won the 2011 Ohio GOP straw pole?
123989. What GOP candidate recieves the highest donations from the US military?
123991. Following on from Author's question, who claimed to have rescued Mao from drowning during his famous swim? He was criticised by his superiors for saving him.
123992. Who claimed to have rescued Mao from drowning during his famous swim? He was criticised by his superiors for saving him.
123993. Why is the flowering plant forget-me-not called what it is?
123994. Which team in the Football League starts its name with 5 consonants?
123995. Which French naval officer and invented the aqualung?
123996. How did the Dazz Band get named?
123997. What superpowers does Dazzler have?
123998. Who released the album "Dazzle Ships" in 1983?
123999. "Dazz" was a Number 1 song on which album by Brick?