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Questions From Oct 24 11
124001. What year was Dazzy Vance voted MVP of the National League in baseball?
124002. Some lyrics of "Dazzle" by Siouxsie and the Banshees were based on a scene from which Laurence Olivier movie?
124003. What type of music festival takes place every year in Isola del Liri?
124004. Did Samuel Beckett drive a young Andre "the Giant" Roussimoff to school as he was too big to fit in a school bus?
124005. Is it possible to connect the man said to be the inspiration for Ebenezer Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol" to the the movie "A Princess Bride?"
124006. How large is the island of trash, an island caused by the tsunami, that is floating from Japan to the US?
124007. From where did Bikini Island, that the bathing suit was named for, get its name?
124008. How many island nations are there?
124009. Why did Steve Jobs wear those black turtle necks?
124010. Referring to the former Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito, what is the origin of the name "Tito"?
124011. Which outlaw was killed by Bob Ford?
124012. Who was the grandfather of Aaron Copeland the composer?
124013. What is the origin of the term 'Indian Giver'?
124014. What is the meaning of Hechal in the name "Hechal Ha-sefer"?
124015. Where did the idea of jack-o-lanterns come from?
124016. Four of the wild bunch won Oscars; name them, and the films they won for.
124017. How many famous people are noted for having siblings that helped them in their career?
124018. Were people of half Jewish ancestory allowed to serve in Hitler's army; could they be Officers?
124019. In what film, set in England, is the same character played by three different actresses, one of whom is an Oscar winner?
124020. Why are some tortilla chips blue?
124021. Who worked as a housecleaner for J. Robert Oppenheimer during WWII?
124022. Who tried to find the bullet that killed U.S. President James Garfield?
124023. Is the car that won the world's first automobile race on April 28, 1887 still running?
124024. Who was the first U.S. president to make a trip beyond the nation's borders?
124025. Which book was published first "Call of the Wild" or "Peter Rabbit?"
124026. Who was the first British monarch to visit the US?
124027. Did Queen Victoria ever visit a foreign nation while she was the monarch?
124028. What is the biggest dog in the world?
124030. Why does Antarctica have the most showers?
124031. How many years has Oprah Winfrey's talk show been running on air?
124032. What significant change in the British monarchy is currently being considered?
124033. Name a famous rose that is rose coloured?
124034. USA: What's a Keogh, and what does it have to do with saving money?
124035. Is there a difference between a kimono and a yukata?
124036. Is there a Zip Code 12345?
124037. Why, in 1976, did the Procrastinator's Club of America visit the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in England?
124038. In a tip of the hat to "Dr Strangelove", the 2006 comedy/horror movie "Severance" ends with a rendition of "We'll Meet Again". Who performs it?
124039. When one is appointed consul general (Los Angeles), as opposed to an ambassador (USA), are credentials presented?
124040. Who is Beyonce; what is she?
124041. Who sings "Someone Like You"?
124042. Who sings "Rolling in the Deep"?
124043. Who sings "Let it Shine"?
124044. What is Vodoo Economics?
124045. Why did Oracle choose the name Scott for their exemplary database user?
124046. Are there more registered Democrats or Republicans in the United States?
124047. What big mistake did the Backyard Skeptics, an atheist group, make in Costa Mesa, California?
124048. Is the peak of Mount Saint Elias in the USA or Canada?
124049. Who played guitar on The Rise And Fall Of Bernie Gripplestone?
124050. What is the cause of the Venturi effect?
124051. What is a sky island?
124052. Did South Africa ever come close to producing an atomic device?
124053. What is the earliest piece of historically recorded Chinese music?
124054. What is the demonym for a person from Coeur d'Alene?
124055. Which footballer played for the most United teams in the English leagues?
124056. Who shot and killed Ngo Dinh Diem,
the president of South Vietnam?
124057. Where did Ratzo dream of going?
124058. Is there a generally accepted length of time for "a generation"?
124059. If I wanted to book a 30 second TV commercial during the X Factor in the UK, how much would it cost me?
124060. What salary is currently paid to the President of the USA?
124061. How many States of the USA have a capital city of the same name?
124062. What is the fastest swimming bird?
124063. What was the underlying reason that Prohibition came about in the United States?
124064. Did Canada as a nation or any provinces ever have any prohibition laws?
124065. What disclaimer appears at the start of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video?
124066. Which European explorer discovered the Hawaiian islands?
124067. 'Let nobody say it cannot be done. It must be done and we are prepared to do it.' Who said this?
124068. Who was the first person to paint The Last Supper?
124069. What color was the submarine USS Sea Tiger?
124070. What is the connection between Juan Hipólito del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús Irigoyen Alem and General José Félix Benito Uriburu y Uriburu?
124071. What country is currently ranked #1 on the Happy Planet Index?
124072. How long was the Siege of Montevideo?
124073. What is the number one export of Paraguay?
124074. What country is ranked #73 in total area?
124075. How many cellphones in Belarus?
124076. What is Trappist beer?
124077. Where is the largest library in Belize?
124078. In the UK, do children celebrate Halloween by wearing costumes and going door to door trick-a-treating for sweets?
124079. What two actors from the movie "The Exorcist" died before the movie's release, causing some to insist that the movie was cursed?
124080. What colors do pumpkins come in?
124081. What is a purple flammable liquid called?
124082. What chemical compound is purple?
124083. Which region of France is the original home of Calvados?
124084. How many genuine teeth of his own had George Washington left, when he became President of U.S.A.?
124085. Is there a correct English term for what the Germans call a Pickelhaube?
124086. What type of labour does the Czech word robota originally refer to?
124087. What was the main historic event in the days between 4th of October 1582 AD and the 11th of October of the same year?
124088. What famous Russian author married the 24-year younger stenographer to whom he dictated some of his novels?
124089. Who was the Doctor Invincibilis who was born some thirteen years after another famous Doctor, called Doctor Angelicus?
124090. In what respect were "Swedish matchsticks" superior to their precursors?
124091. To what military rank was Captain Dreyfus promoted after his innocence had become widely accepted?
124092. Does the Via Appia in ancient Rome have anything in common with the Aqua Appia?
124093. What is the non-literal meaning of George Orwell's title: "Keep the Aspidistra Flying"?
124094. In all movies, who has killed more people - Michael Myers, Jason Vorhees, or Freddy Kreuger?
124096. When did Ceefax start broadcasting?
124098. How long did it take the robot trio to finish the Hawaii Ironman course?
124099. What is Boots Randolph's connection to The Benny Hill Show?
124100. How many shots do you need to make to score the maximum break of 147 in snooker?
124101. How many Elvis Presley singles were released between 1957 and 1976 in the UK?
124102. What animal is known to be able to see for the greatest distance?
124103. What is the world's first circular sky scraper?
124104. Which rhyming phrase about an Asian fruit business is central to a Robert Redford film?
124105. Is any sunlight converted to mass during the photosynthesis process? If so, is the Earth slowly getting heavier?
124106. What is the brand of marijuana cigarettes smoked by Robert Childan in "The Man in the High Castle" by Philip K. Dick?
124107. In what group was the father of the woman "Sweet Child O' Mine" was written for?
124108. What is the title of a ghost stories book issued in the 1970's with the cover showing a ghost-like light image descending stairs?
124109. November 2, 2011, how did the White House make a Biblical error?
124110. What mammals, like bees and ants, are eusocial?
124111. How does magnet form and where on earth it can be found?
124112. Who is the first person to invent the compass?
124113. Who invented the thermometer and what was its use at the beginning?
124114. What is "rickrolling" and when did it begin?
124115. What is fracking, and why are many people against it?
124116. Who might "jump an open drawbridge" or "tarzan from a vine?"
124117. What countries don't have internet connection at all?
124118. What is an IED?
124119. What is, or was, the largest piece of chocolate?
124120. In tennis, is there any purpose to the practice of bouncing the ball before a serve?
124121. How many JR's were there in 'Dallas'?
124122. Who wrote Lazarillo de Tormes?
124123. Which Lancashire aristocrat's title was granted to his ancestor following that ancestor's support of Henry Tudor at the Battle of Bosworth?
124124. Who was the British actress whose parents were both actors, as were her late brother and sister; her first husband was a film director, by whom she had two actress daughters and her second husband is also an actor, and their son is a screenwriter and director?
124125. What's the difference between a Messianic Jew and a Christian?
124126. What is the name of the theme tune to BBC's F1 coverage, which group composed it and what album is it from?
124127. At the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967, to whom did The Byrds dedicate "Hey Joe?"
124128. Did any group perform at Monterey Pop Festival, Woodstock and Altamont?
124129. On what airline were Europeans to fly to San Francisco in an Eric Burdon and The Animals song?
124130. Which country depends on casino business as a source of income?
124131. Who did Duke Mantee shoot and kill?
124132. What is the European equivalent of the Asian Games, or similar continental sports competitions?
124133. Who drew each episode's opening sketch art on 'Cheyenne', a 1955-1963 TV series?
124134. RIP Andy Rooney, where was his first news job?
124135. What does Rolling Stone name as rock 'n' roll's "most famous unfinished album"?
124136. What is the origin of the word Nazi?
124137. In what country is Europe's highest mountain?
124138. What does March 14, 1958 have to do with Perry Como?
124139. What university did the man who wrote the hit song on the album "We Went to Different Schools Together" attend?
124140. Which city was described in Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" as a "whited sepulchre"?
124142. How many of the Disney Films which had a cinematic release are based on stories originally made popular by the Brothers Grimm?
124143. In how many movies has the song "Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey made an appearance and what are they?
124144. Why was Mozart unable to find a patron in Vienna?
124145. Prior to Kyle Busch this past weekend, when was the last time NASCAR suspended a driver for an on-track incident in one of their top three series?
124146. How does sound travel through telephone lines?
124147. Which episode of a renowned series was broadcast this week in a certain country after it was banned there for over 40 years?
124148. Has anyone won an Annie Award and an Academy Award?
124149. What was Harriet Tubman's birth name?
124150. What is the fastest sport without the use of any mechanical aids?
124151. What happens to an animal that swallows a live tick?
124152. In an episode of "Cheers" Woody tells Frasier he broke his thumb when he slipped on the ice. I noticed it still bandaged a few episodes later. Did actor Woody Harrelson himself break his thumb?
124153. Who wrote Beethoven's Tenth?
124156. Did Nijinsky and Pavlova ever dance together?
124157. Which tool and knife maker makes the pest, chigger and gasbaby?
124158. What was Barbie's Body Mass Index?
124159. What did Guy Menzies accomplish in 1931?
124160. Who is Lydia K. Dominis?
124161. Is a rugby contest known as a game or a match?
124162. What is Van Diemen's Land?
124163. What fruit is in the Chunky candy bar?
124164. Three-time All-American Pudge Heffelfinger was the first to do what?
124165. Nails the Carpenter and Needles the Tailor were members of which TV cartoon gang?
124166. Why is the University of Chicago's museum named the Oriental Institute if it doesn't have Buddhas or pagodas and the like?
124167. Who said, "Sometimes I get tired just smiling"?
124169. Is there a medical reason for people -- even music lovers -- finding whistling irritating?
124171. What movie involved a plot where people were kidnapped and forced to work together about truth in order to get out?
124172. How many countries are still members of the British Commonwealth?
124173. Why is the logo of the programming language Java a cup of coffee?
124176. How does a chick breathe inside the egg?
124177. How did the Remy Martin company come to choose a centaur for their logo?
124178. What was the reason given for leaving Hirohito on the throne at the end of World War II?
124179. How do corks initially get placed in wine bottles?
124180. What are the little square mosaic patterns that have recently appeared on many UK advertisements? They look a bit like a square barcode.
124181. In what Billy Idol song are the mysterious words "Les yeux sans visage" used as background music?
124182. Which Willie Hutch song is on the "Are You Experienced" album by Jimi Hendrix?
124183. How did the term "quack" come to denote an incompetent doctor?
124184. Which film features a baseball bat with the words "SCREW YOU" written on it?
124185. What monotheistic religions, apart from Christianity and Judaism, were there in the Roman Empire, ca 100-400 CE?
124186. In "Pam's Replacement" episode of "The office" which musicians played in James Spader's band?
124187. Did any Canadians fight in the American Civil War?
124188. Did the Turks and Caicos islands ever make a formal request to become part of Canada?
124189. What Nation was the last to formally revoke slavery?
124190. In monetary terms is there a difference between an ECU and a EURO?
124191. What TV cartoon character was based on a radio character played by the man who voiced a TV cartoon character loosely based on a man known as "Round the Corner Smith?"
124192. In what year did Porterhouse Blue start?
124194. Which verses in the Bible contain the thought, "This is not beyond you, this is not too difficult for you"?
124195. During World War II, what were the two names given by the Soviet Union to the proposed Finnish puppet government during the early days of the Winter War?
124197. Who set a record of 20 County Championship defeats in 1925?
124198. Did Orianthi ever play a live show with Michael Jackson?
124199. To what extent are washers and dryers recyclable?
124200. Which Australian, born in the 70's, changed names at 15 in order to reinvent self?
124201. How did so called "alchohol clouds" form in the universe?
124202. What percentage of the world's population has blond hair?
124203. The Spanish Explorer, Ponce De Leon, discovered Florida in 1513. What was he seeking at the time?
124204. What actor has appeared in Star Trek, Doctor Who, Babylon 5, and -- at a stretch -- Star Wars?
124205. What quote is printed in the beginning of the book "Random Hearts" by Warren Adler (one of the first pages before the story begins)?
124206. Which player has scored the most EPL goals?
124208. What are The Gamburtsevs?
124209. Which TV show first used canned laughter?
124210. What is alpine scrambling?
124211. What is Eurasianism?
124212. Who was Thorkill-Hake?
124213. How many times per year does a full moon occur?
124214. Under how many named parties have American presidents been elected?
124215. Who was the last U.S. president to not have an assassination attempt against him?
124216. In what war were the largest number of American lives lost?
124217. In YouTube videos, why is there a yellow line at the ten second mark?
124218. What battle used the most combat helicopters?
124219. What was the first US state to ratify the Bill of Rights?
124220. What are the names of some European football (soccer) clubs that are nicknamed "The Canaries"?
124222. What name is given to the contemporary "school" of chess theory and practice?
124223. What was the Anschluss, which took place in March 1938?
124224. How high can helicopters fly?
124225. For any two French nouns that are synonyms, do they have the same gender?
124226. When was tear gas first used?
124227. What is a milky pete?
124228. What is the difference between an osteoblast and an osteoclast?
124229. Did Renée Adorée have children?
124230. What are the Kinema Junpo Awards?
124231. How many stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame does Janet Gaynor have?
124232. What is located at 37.364554N 80.225748W?
124233. A few celebrities have more than one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (for fame in several categories), but who has the most and how many?
124234. Which United States baseball team holds the record for the most wins in a World Series?
124235. How did Gloria Vanderbilt's son die?
124236. What actor appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine the most in the 1990's?
124237. Does Islam object on theological grounds to birth control?
124239. Why are former U.S. presidents still addressed as Mr. President?
124240. Which nation produces the most marbles?
124242. What was the first industry to have a great use of refrigeration?
124243. Was there any truth to the rumour that Bryan Adams had a romantic fling with Princess Diana?
124244. Which musician had a journey through the secret life of plants?
124245. What is fear of infinity known as?
124246. Does anyone know the address of Propsect Park Productions, the company that intends to put "All My Children" back on the air?
124247. How do they measure the height of a mountain?
124248. Which country has the highest percentage of women who serve in The Armed Forces?
124249. Which country has the highest percentage of atheists?
124250. What motorcycle companies did Schwinn own?
124251. Was Marilyn Monroe a natural blonde?
124252. Who has the largest selection of "Charlie's Angels" memorabilia?
124253. The city of Chandigarh, India is the capital of two states, and one union territory. Therefore do its voters vote for representatives for each of the legislatures, or only one?
124254. What is Justin Beiber's favourite colour?
124255. How old is Beyonce?
124256. How many of Susanna Fontanarossa's five children visited the New World?
124257. Which NFL quarterback with more than 40,000 career passing yards has played with the most teams?
124258. How many overtime touchdowns has Bret Favre thrown?
124259. What is the proper name for those old fashioned water jug and basin sets people kept at their bedsides in the old, old days before indoor plumbing?
124260. How many times have the Green Bay Packers started the season 11-0?
124261. What English group did a song about a French woman who killed an American snow skier?
124262. Which song by Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich reached number one in the UK?
124263. Who killed Jill Dando?
124264. What was the Wonga coup?
124265. When was Johnny Hiland born?
124266. Who has won the Women's World Bog Snorkelling championship in the shortest time?
124268. What job has the highest death rate in the history of the United States?
124269. How did the singer and actor Ricky Nelson die?
124270. What is the test called for differentiating monosaccharides and disaccharides?
124271. Did Austria-Hungary ever have colonies?
124272. Who revealed to the world that the Monkees were an artificial band?
124273. Are trinitrons really the smallest particles in this universe?
124274. What U.S. state has been represented by the most senators?
124275. Is there a limit to the number of terms, consecutive or otherwise, that a U.S. Senator may hold office?
124276. What was the status of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in the two world wars?
124277. Where was the first purpose-built pedestrian street in Europe?
124278. Which animal appears on the flag of the Federated Malay States (1895 - 1946)?
124279. Which city in Malaysia is named after a British governor?
124280. When did Casey Heynes body slam Richard Gale,
his bully, down onto the concrete?
124281. Members of the US military have an American flag drapped over their coffins; does the same occur for the US police?
124282. What did Henry C. Mance invent?
124283. Who was Sergey Botkin?
124284. Who was Edward Jenner?
124285. Who was Frederick Marryat?
124286. Who was Ignaz Semmelweis?
124287. Who wrote "Natural and Political Observations Made upon the Bills of Mortality"?
124288. Which holder of the land speed record severed a hand in an accident while driving an experimental funny car?
124289. Who has the largest collection of 'Do Not Disturb' signs?
124290. What did Graham Yallop do in 1978?
124291. How did Bangor, Maine get its name?
124292. Who is Sherlena Johnson?
124293. Who is Dev?
124294. When was Justin Beiber born?
124295. In a vintage episode of which TV series would you hear the phrase, "No one escapes the Megara"?
124296. Which edible substance is mentioned the most in the Bible?
124297. Which British overseas territory is named after a Viscount?
124298. Which British overseas territory is named after an Earl?
124299. Which British overseas territory is named after a Spanish 16th century navigator?
124300. Which British princess had a province, a mountain and a lake named after her - all in the same country?
124301. Which Belgian city is named after a Spanish king?
124302. Which country (not in the Americas) has two major cities named after US presidents?
124303. Which Swedish city is named after a Danish king?
124304. Which Spanish city is named after an Umayyad caliph?
124305. Which former German city was named after Ottokar II of Bohemia?
124306. Which Chinese city is named after the founding father of the Republic of China?
124307. What was the code name of the successful US military strike against Bin Laden?
124308. How did a certain Byzantine Emperor earn himself the nickname "Copronymus", the Mucky?
124309. Was it possible for a Republic to be a member of the British Commonwealth?
124310. What ex-shoeshine boy became the first President of a particular South American republic?
124311. What was the largest number of independent states that were ever members of the British Commonwealth of Nations?
124312. How did the inhabitants of a particular Belgian town earn themselves the nickname of "noose-bearers"?
124313. What was the sarcastic answer the inhabitants of the Flemish town of Bruges got from their Emperor Charles V when they asked him for the building of a madhouse?
124314. What Spanish cycle racer earned himself a nickname that compared him to an "Eagle"?
124315. What ex-military parade ground is now the site of one of Paris' most famous monuments?
124316. Was Earl Grey in the tea business?
124317. Was Earl Grey in any way related to Lady Jane Grey, the unfortunate nine days' Queen of England?
124318. In the film "Notting Hill", who earns the last brownie?
124319. To which literary genre does Jamie's work-in-progress belong in the film "Love, Actually"?
124320. As Vice President, has Joe Biden ever had to vote to break a tie in the Senate?
124321. What country, through recorded history, has had the most battles fought in it, including air and sea battles?
124322. Will Moore's Law of computing ever reach a limit beyond which its growth can't be sustained?
124323. Prior to "The Big Bang", was all matter in the universe in one solid mass?
124324. Why cannot light escape a black hole's gravitational attraction (since light has no mass)?
124325. What happened in Ibn Battuta's second hajj?
124326. Who was the last British monarch to sack a British Prime Minister?
124327. November 30, 2011, what did two angry Indian men dump into a tax office that they thought was trying to take advantage of them?
124328. How much do the winners and losers get on Amazing Race?
124329. Whatever happened to The Singing Nun, the singer of 'Dominique'?
124330. Is Vatican City the only elected monarchy in the world?
124331. In how many seasons of Survivor, was Rob (annoying guy in Around The World In 80 Ways) Mariano, a participant?
124332. Did the footballer who fractured Petr Cech's skull ever score a goal against Cech?
124333. The Sovereign Military Order of Malta has its own currency, the scudo. Where, and how, is this currency used?
124334. How many Free Hanseatic cities were parts of the German Empire?
124335. Did other cities than Karl-Marx-Stadt in the former DDR change its name after the reunion with West Germany?
124336. Beatlemania struck America in the early 1960s. A large percentage of American youth, especially teenage girls, were collectively overcome by near-hysteria. Videos show girls rushing the stage, screaming, crying, even fainting. Were any psychological studies ever conducted into the phenomena we know as Beatlemania?
124337. What is a Zainichi?
124339. What two nations share the shortest land border in the world?
124340. What is the smallest city that serves as a US state capital?
124341. When, and by whom, was it originally decided that green would signify "go", and red would signify "stop" in traffic lights?
124343. What is the Overflow mentioned in "The Man from Snowy River" i.e. "And Clancy of the Overflow came down to lend a hand" and "And where around the Overflow the reedbeds sweep and sway"?
124345. What is the temp.(F*) under shuttle launches at liftoff?
124347. Loretta Young was the daughter of Clark Gable; did he ever acknowledge her as such?
124348. Did the disease Hemophilia really have its beginning in the British Royal Family?
124349. What's the difference between a turtle and a terrapin?
124350. The motto of the Olympics is Citius, Altius, Fortius, which is Latin for "Faster, Higher, Stronger". Into which of these categories does synchronised swimming fit?
124351. Is the first "A" in the US state of Nevada pronounced as a long "A", like "car", or is it pronounced as a short "A", like "cat"?
124352. Which movie features a paperback copy of the novel "Assumed Identity" by David Morrell?
124353. What was the first newspaper in the US (starting with the colonies)?
124354. What is The Switzerland Trail of America?
124355. Why did Cadillac win the Dewar Trophy in 1912?
124356. What is a Brass Era car?
124357. During Week 11 of the 2011 NFL season, why did Fox broadcast an interconference game featuring Denver at Minnesota, and not CBS?
124358. There is no audible sound in the vacuum of space. What is the furthest point above the Earth's surface at which can sound be heard before this vacuum makes any sounds inaudible?
124359. What is the longest pass in the air in the NFL?
124360. In Alaska, what is punk?
124361. Lithium salts has long been used in medicine, now used in dry cell batteries,and used in another field altogether. What does a plant (factory) do with it in Cape Girardo (?),Mo?
124362. What was the average "mean" low temp. during the ice age?
124364. While the Sydney Harbour Bridge is currently known as "The Coathanger", what term did Sydneysiders give it during its construction?
124365. Why does some Cadbury's chocolate contain traces of wheat?
124366. Do any people still live in the Arctic by moving with sleighs and teams of dogs all year round?
124367. One series of a popular car whose name derived from the Latin word for "heavenly" was designed by which former Disney series star?
124369. How many man-hours does it take to produce one merkava tank ?
124370. Who designed the first English "Garden City"?
124371. Why was 01.01.1001 an important date in the history of the christianisation of Central Europe?
124372. What saint's mortal remains were moved in 1087 from Turkey to Bari in Italy, and for what reason?
124373. Who was the German scientist and propagator of artificial fertilizer who in the last year of World War I was awarded a Nobel Prize for Science, although he was also the propagator of the use of poison gas in that same war?
124374. How many nazi criminals expressed repentance at the Nuremberg Trials?
124375. How was the Hungarian communist leader Lazslo Rajk tricked into confessing crimes he had never committed, and who tricked him into doing so?
124376. How could a land-locked country such as Hungary ever be ruled by a fleet-commander such as Admiral Horthy?
124377. Who first described Margaret Thatcher as an "Iron Lady" and was she a Prime Minister already at that time?
124378. Is there any reason why pigs are such a popular shape for money-saving boxes?
124379. At the time of his death Baron Manfred Albrecht Von Richthofen had a collection of eighty silver cups. What did they stand for?
124380. How big is a Blue Jay egg?
124381. In which British colony was Port Edward the capital?
124382. What is the longest pilgrimage route in the world?
124383. What is the difference between a 'Garden City' and a 'New Town'?
124384. In which US state is the Supreme Court not located in the state capital?
124385. Which country will change its national anthem from 1.1.2012 to make it more politically correct?
124386. Where, and what, is the Corridor 10?
124387. What was the name of Hitler's personal photographer?
124388. How many spouses of British Prime Ministers are still alive?
124389. Brun Campbell was the first Caucasian to play which Scott Joplin song?
124390. The headquarters of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) are where?
124391. Is it correct to say that other Churches than the Roman Catholic also - occasionally? - burned their heretics at the stake?
124392. Which of these was/were not alive at the time of the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem in 586 BC: Thales of Milete; the Buddha ; Laotse; Zarathustra; Confucius; the prophet Jeremiah?
124393. Did George Bernard Shaw consider himself as a British or as an Irish author?
124394. What European Monarch called himself the Second although he was actually the first of that name in the country he was the King of?
124395. Which flag is older: the Dutch or the French?
124396. What did Swiss women mean with their slogan "Kein Hausrat, sondern Rathaus", and when did they launch this slogan?
124397. What did the letter N mean on the white armbands German-speaking inhabitants of Czechoslovakia had to wear after the Second World War?
124398. Did the members of the Italian "Fasci di Combatimento" carry any sort of weapons during their parades?
124399. Who were the two most terrifying Georgians in the history of the Soviet Union, and in which year did their terror come to an end?
124400. When did, for the first time, a Pope become the ruler of a secular state?
124401. In the history of watchmaking, how was the interval of a second agreed upon?
124402. Why are races in NASCAR always counterclockwise ?
124403. A son of one of the actors in "12 Angry Men" was in which TV show with Hulk Hogan?
124404. A son of one of the actors in "12 Angry Men" played Scott O'Shay in several episodes of which TV series?
124405. Which motorcycle company made the Meteor and Constellation?
124406. Which Texas Governor said, "I am trying to decide whether I want a cruise or a Harley for my 60th birthday"?
124407. Which of John Gilbert's wives sang "I've Got You Under My Skin" in the 1936 movie "Born to Dance"?
124408. Which of John Gilbert's wives was Jean Lawrence in "The Greeks Had a Word for Them" in 1932?
124409. What is the Big Rip theory?
124410. What is the greatest winning margin in an Australian Football League final's match?
124412. What movie features a scene in which a banana is split three ways vertically (i.e. lengthwise)?
124413. What solid evidence, if any, is there for the claim that the Bush administration decided within 48 hours of the 9/11 attacks to invade Iraq?
124416. What is Artic Man?
124417. There was a toy action figure made that was a bum or hobo that was removed from the market in the 80's for being controversial, I thought it was a Batman villain but can't find any record of it, what was the toy?
124418. What is the myth concerning the placement of an elephant picture in the home?
124419. How many people are believed to have starved to death during the Siege of Leningrad?
124420. Are there any English words that have the same letter three times in a row?
124421. Where does the Elvis monkey live?
124422. The Nazis built complicated jet and rocket engines; in order to do this, did they use computers or something similar to computers?
124423. How many planets make up our solar system?
124424. The cut-throat razor got its name because of whose actions?
124426. What events in history are similar to the characteristics of the Reign of Terror in France?
124427. What is the Raven banner?
124428. When in history has there been mass radical reforms such as the Reign of Terror and the Cultural Revolution?
124429. Why is the Higgs boson called the "God Particle"?
124430. Who was the well known comedy character played by Benny Hill?
124431. What 6 letter word is a kind of short watch chain?
124432. What is the National symbol of Ukraine?
124433. Are Lada cars still being made in Tolyatti, Russia?
124434. Who,currently in the NHL has played the longest amount of time with the same team
124435. What is the difference between a wonton and a rangoon?
124436. What peoples lived in the land of modern-day Israel before the ancient Israelites?
124437. What is "positivism"?
124438. What is "natural law"?
124439. What is the difference between a patch, an emblem, and a crest if there is one?
124440. What was the first UK number 1 single released on Apple Records?
124441. How many female drivers have participated in the Indy Racing League?
124442. Which current U.S. senators have an unbroken voting record?
124443. What Slang 6 letter word is a look or a glance?
124444. Are all of the moons in our solar system solid or non-gaseous (to differentiate from the four gas planets); the question is essentially are there any moons which are similar in composition to the gas giants?
124445. I was under the impression the most plant matter on the Antarctic mainland was a little moss, but these photos have just been released claimed to be there of a full covering of grass. Has this happened there every summer or is this something new?
124446. Did the Romans use any kind of toothbrush or similar tool for cleaning their teeth?
124447. Who was the first "King of the Netherlands" ever ever to rule the Dutch as their monarch?
124448. Was there any concrete indication for the Dutch in 1940 that nazi-Germany was going to invade their country and not respect the Dutch neutrality as the Germans had done in 1914?
124449. What was the Brabant Revolution?
124450. How many "Minor Planets" are there in our solar system?
124451. How many "Dwarf Planets" are there in our solar system?
124452. Where did an illegal still produce liquor that killed 143 people?
124453. In an episode of Seinfeld George is left pondering the song Downtown for a clue as to his job prospects. Do we ever find out what the message in the song is?
124454. Is phillumeny against the law in the USA?
124455. How did Colton Harris-Moore get the nickname of "Barefoot Bandit"?
124456. What is the thing known as Terp, Wierde, Woerd, Warf, Warft, Werf, Wurt and Værft?
124457. In the top 100 list of the world's worst alien invasive species, which species is #1?
124458. What kind of drink is chang'aa?
124459. What state was intended as a Napoleonic "model state"?
124460. Did any new European states emerge after the Congress of Vienna (1814-15)?
124461. Are the tattoos on sons of anarchy real?
124462. For what did Jerry Lewis win an Oscar?
124463. In The Who's song "My Generation", why does Roger Daltrey stutter many of the words?
124470. How many times has the (current) Iraq War been declared over, finished, mission accomplished, or given any other final or terminal-sounding description?
124471. Black color is the Ribbon worn by the Sportsmen in Cricket calling attention to what?
124472. On what date is International Day of Democracy observed?
124473. What is the color of the Flag of UN (United Nations)?
124474. Which Scale measures the amount of Capsaicin in the Pepper?
124475. From when on did houses get housenumbers?
124476. From when on did streets get even numbers on one side, and uneven on the other?
124477. What is the world's southernmost lighthouse?
124478. What bank of gravel and silt northeast of Greenland is considered by some to be the most northerly point of land on earth?
124479. In which areas has the muskox been successfully introduced in the 20th century?
124480. How many nations have permanent research stations in the Antarctica?
124481. What kind of "states" are Dietsland, Portugalicia and the United Cyprus Republic?
124482. After bananas, what is the most popular tropical fruit in the US?
124483. What is the closest living relative the the thylacine, aka Tasmanian tiger?
124484. How many versions of "Murder on the Orient Express" have been made, and has David Suchet played Poirot in any of them?
124485. Did Martin Luther King Jr compose the 'I Have A Dream' speech?
124486. Does Daniel Craig smoke?
124487. Who or What sets the criteria by which movies are rated PG, R and such,and what year did this get started ?
124488. What House was Dolores Umbridge Sorted into?
124490. Where is the world's largest pipe organ?
124491. What are the differences between orthopedics and sports medicine ?
124492. What movie features a line in the credits that reads, "Unfortunately people and animals were harmed in the making of this film"?
124493. What Time Zones are the north and south poles?
124494. December 20, 1860, 169 delegates met in South Carolina; how many of them voted to leave the Union?
124495. Do nurses take the Hippocratic Oath?
124496. Which 2 singers sang the song ' Walking in the Air?
124497. Who sings hands up?
124498. Who made CITV?
124499. How many books of the Christian bible were named after women?