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Questions From Dec 21 11
124501. How many different four letter combinations can be made using only four letters?
124502. What is the difference between a company president and a company ceo, and who is THE boss?
124503. Does Randy Orton's brother play for the Chicago Bears?
124504. What country has the most time zones?
124505. How many time zones are there in China?
124506. What is the difference between Greenwich Mean Time and Universal Time?
124507. Does aether actually exist?
124508. Where is the world's northernmost mangrove forest?
124509. If Chanukah candles are kept in the fridge they drip less. Why?
124510. How many different soduku puzzles can be made on a 9 by 9 frame ? Remember turning a puzzle upside down does not make a different puzzle.
124511. The province of Xinjiang, China, borders 8 countries: Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. To which of these countries can you travel directly by road from Xinjiang?
124512. What is the world's second highest international road?
124513. The world's longest E-road is E 40, which is more than 8,000 km (5,000 mi) long, connecting which countries?
124514. What are the geographic criteria for EU membership?
124516. In medicine, what is the name for inflammation of the walls of a vein?
124517. Since the NFL Draft Combine was instituted , who was the highest draftee who was not even invited to the combine ?
124518. In how many movies did Roscoe Arbuckle and Mabel Mormand act together?
124519. In how many movies did Gloria Swanson and Bobby Vernon act together?
124520. For how many statues was Audrey Munson the model?
124521. Who were the three biggest producers for Triangle Film Corporation?
124522. What animals were used to create the polar bear skin rug in Colleen Moore's doll house?
124523. What are the names of the people mentioned in the song "Harper Valley P.T.A.?"
124524. How many cards are in a pinochle deck?
124525. When was a model of the Space Shuttle Challenger placed in front of the Portal of the Folded Wings Shrine to Aviation?
124526. What pioneering French photographer built a giant balloon?
124527. What space probe was the first to orbit the moon?
124528. What does "Probe and Dorgue " mean ?
124529. What building is used for exterior shots of the 'CBI' headquarters in 'The Mentalist'?
124530. At what age did Jimi Hendrix learn to play the guitar?
124531. What propels comets on their travels and why don't they ever burn up?
124534. Which U.S. president can trace his roots back the furthest?
124535. In what sports are there a higher percentage of lefthanders then the general population?
124536. What is it called when you wake up and speak a language fluently without any prior instruction on the language?
124537. How many people committed suicide during actress Ruan Lingyu's funeral procession?
124538. Who directed the 1926 film "Ménilmontant"?
124539. What Is "Goodnight Saigon" by Billy Joel about and why is it called "Goodnight Saigon"?
124540. I'm familiar with the WW1 propaganda posters with Kitchener and so forth, but when was the first use of such propaganda posters in history?
124541. Who was the first U.S. President to publish his memoirs after serving his term in office?
124542. What is the telephone number of Buckingham Palace?
124543. In the 1990 movie "Home Alone", who played Baby Jesus?
124544. Our moon doesn't rotate. Are any other moons in our solar system static as well?
124545. What superstitions are there about the 11th chapter of novels?
124547. In the NFL, what is the worst record a team can have and still make the playoffs?
124548. What was the first song broadcast from a space vehicle?
124549. Which, if any, U.S. states have not been represented by a woman in either house of Congress?
124550. What is the coldest city in the world with more than 1000 inhabitants?
124551. Al Azizia, Libya, allegedly had the highest temperature ever measured on earth, 58 degrees Celsius/136,4 degrees Fahrenheit on September 13, 1922. Why is this record controversial?
124552. How many times does the word ?Christian? appear in the King James version of the Bible?
124553. What time elapsed between JFK being shot and Lee Harvey Oswald being captured?
124554. What was the name of the book about a hidden door written by Pink's brother?
124555. What actor-actress has been a regular cast member on the most sitcoms?
124556. At what point does 'Downstate New York' end and 'Upstate New York' begin?
124558. Do automobile gearshift patterns change from left-hand to right-hand drive? By that I mean....are 1st and 2nd always closest to the driver?
124559. Are former Prime Ministers of England afforded the same level of protection after they leave office as the U.S. President?
124560. Did Sarah Palin ever say that she could see Russia from her house?
124561. How, why, when and where is there a castle on the outskirts of Austin NV?
124562. When did "the New Year" start in Ancient Rome?
124563. Since when have "we" been celebrating the New Year on the first of January?
124564. What year in the nineteenth century gave us: an infamous dictator who died in 1945,a famous Austrian philosopher who died in 1951, a famous
German philosopher who died in 1976 and an "immortal comic filmstar" who died in 1977?
124565. Who was the first US Vice President to resign?
124566. What was the name of the actor who portrayed Hermione in the Harry Potter movies?
124567. What was "polygram video" first known as?
124568. Clive Cussler uses two main protagonists in his novels, Dirk Pitt and Kurt Austin. Are there any books where the two appear together?
124569. What was the very first 3D movie?
124570. What is the difference between an archlute and a theorbo?
124571. Did Britain actually test an Anthrax strain on Gruinard Island during WWII ?
124572. What was the inspiration for the frightening Hitchcock movie "The Birds"?
124573. What is the inspiration for the cool word 'Steam Punk?
124574. Are there any cannabilistic tribes anywhere?
124575. How many man-made objects have left the solar system and what are their names?
124576. Which football (soccer) club was the earliest in continental Europe?
124577. Who created the Christmas-hating Grinch?
124578. Which calendar did England use on Christmas Day, 1581?
124579. What is significant about December 30th, 2011,to the people of Samoa?
124580. How is the Atomium (in Brussels, Belgium) pronounced? Ay-tome-ee-um or Atom-ee-um?
124581. In the 1991 film "Fried Green Tomatoes", did Ninny Threadgoode's husband Cleo make any appearance at all besides the mention of his name?
124582. In the 1991 film "Fried Green Tomatoes", does Cleo make any appearance at all besides the mention of his name? The name Drew Wilkins appears in the credits but is there actually an appearance in the film?
124583. In the last decade, which is the football (soccer) league that has the highest percentage of 0:0 draws?
124584. What is the yeti finger mystery; and, how was Jimmy Stewart connected to it?
124585. What is considered to be the youngest mountain chain in the world?
124586. Is there a word or phrase that describes a person that is SO anti-superstitious that it is almost like a superstition of itself?
124587. Are Farmer Al Falfa and Farmer Gray the same character?
124588. Is it true that Mayotte will no longer issue its own stamps from 2012?
124589. In a scene from SAving Private Ryan, a German soldier who previous was allowed to live by Hanks troop says something in German and is immediately shot in line by the bookish US soldier. What, in English did the German say? Sorry for being vague but its been bugging me for years.
124591. How many times was Alain Prost disqualified from Formula One races?
124592. Did Richard Arlen and Charles "Buddy" Rogers do their own flying scenes in "Wings?"
124593. What month has seen the most tornado activity in the history of recorded time?
124594. Who is the guy on the cover of every You Don't Know Jack game?
124595. In the movie "Kalifornia", how many people does Brad Pitt's character kill?
124597. Has Sir Alex Ferguson ever played for the Manchester United first team?
124598. "Should old acquaintance be forgot?" Does that mean that we should forget old acquaintances, or does it mean if we happened to forget them, we should remember them?
124599. Dogs in the Bible are despised curs, but in early Italian Renaissance paintings they represent a Christian order. Which order? Why? And what color are the dogs? And why?
124600. What was the first publicly released sound cartoon?
124601. Who composed most of the songs for 'Fiddler on the Roof'?
124603. Who did Lee Harvey Oswald try to kill before he shot JFK?
124605. Which phrase might describe an act of revenge?
124606. Who is the oldest person in the world (January 2012)?
124607. In what Batman TV episode did the Batboat make its first appearance?
124608. What does it mean if a U.S. Marine has an MOS of 0311?
124609. On average, not including overtime, what is the percentage of first-half points scored in the NBA over the years?
124610. Is there any nation in which slavery is still legal?
124611. What is a babalawo?
124612. January 2, 2012, the Rose Bowl parade was held today without what feature in the parade for the first time in 58 years?
124613. In Sweden, how many days were in February 1712?
124614. What fire in Norway killed the most people?
124615. On what day did Cuba gain independence from Spain?
124616. What is the fifth largest city in Germany by area?
124617. What is a T-O map?
124618. How did the Great Fire of London start?
124619. Who chose "You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free" as the motto of the CIA?
124620. What is the only communist party to have held a majority in government in the post-Soviet states?
124621. When was the question-mark first introduced into writing?
124622. What did the question-mark look like before the age of printing?
124623. What does S.U.V. stand for?
124624. Which British TV show has five main characters played by a cast whose five different first names all start with the letter J?
124625. How many Grand Duchy states are in the world today?
124626. The artist Prince combined what symbols to make the symbol that he formally used to represent himself?
124627. The terms 'lot & gavel' are most associated with which occupation?
124628. What country had four kings called Malcolm?
124629. What name is given to a boxer who leads with right hand and right foot?
124630. Which U.S. state has the least support for same-sex marriage?
124631. Which sovereign principalities exist today?
124632. What movie tells the different stories of a bandit, wife, samurai, and woodcutter of the same event?
124633. Is there any scientific method for measuring the speed of a fart?
124634. Which elements in the periodic table in 7 group are the most reactive?
124635. Who said, "Tragedy is a close-up; comedy, a long shot?"
124636. When was "Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me a Bow Wow" first recorded?
124637. Why would it be somewhat odd if you got malaria in Buenos Aires?
124638. What famous Nightingale's father was actually a Shore before he became a Nightingale?
124639. How can you say "crushed fruit" in three letters?
124640. What journalist first reported of the affair between Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky?
124641. What happened to the man whose lies created the Dreyfus Affair?
124642. How did Titus Oates cause a bloody panic in England?
124643. Where were the Girl Scouts of America founded?
124644. Is there any logical reason why people spell T-shirt rather than t-shirt?
124645. In the Bible, who authorises the crucifixion?
124646. What term connects a type of match and a nickname for the devil?
124647. If you're blind, you can't see. If you're deaf, you can't hear. So what do you call someone who can't smell?
124648. Han van Meegeren was a famous art forger who fooled many a critic and expert; how was he finally exposed?
124649. Today, how do we know for certain that no one survived from Czar Nicholas II's immediate royal family after they had all been shot?
124650. Should the Mardi Gra city be pronounced "New Ore Lense" or "New Ore Leens"?
124651. If you wrap RFID cards in aluminum foil will they lose their electromagnetic properties ?
124652. Did Leon Battista Alberti meet Leonardo da Vinci?
124653. In cricket, in the 1980's..till 1983 World Cup I saw that if some players made achievements people were allowed to come in the field. So why was this stopped after some time and barriers are put nowadays?
124654. Who is Abacuk Pricket?
124655. Who is Pêro Escobar?
124656. How did Venezuela get named?
124657. Is the plot of "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1993, movie) based on an episode(s) of "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962-1971, TV show)?
124658. In some of the season 6 episodes (may be some others, too but I only noticed it the last two episodes of season two) at the end of "Frasier" during the credits they show pictures of random people including Ron Howard, Phil Donahue and Pia Zadora. Why are these pictures being shown?
124659. What smelled like turpentine and looked like Indian ink?
124660. What was the name of the US built flying saucer?
124661. How long have Dave King and Bridget Regan of Flogging Molly been married?
124662. Which former member of the Stray Cats released the "No Cats" album?
124663. Who released the album "How Will the Wolf Survive??"
124664. Who released the album "Will the Wolf Survive?"
124665. Who released the album "She Wolf?"
124666. What was the fourth moon of Saturn to be discovered?
124670. Which was the first London Underground railway line to be built?
124671. Were Christians ever put to death in Rome's Colosseum?
124672. What 4 NFL teams have never been in a Superbowl?
124673. Andrei Makarov of Team Russia made 57 saves in a losing effort against Team Sweden in the gold medal game of the 2012 World Junior Championship (ice hockey). Who holds the record for most saves in the final (gold medal game) for the World Junior Championship?
124675. Why did illustrator W.W. Denslow make a seahorse part of his signature?
124676. When was the first cross word puzzle?
124677. Are all atoms the same size?
124678. What type of shirt was Joe Cocker wearing when he sang at Woodstock?
124679. Who is the only president to have his likeness on both sides of a coin?
124680. On a season 9 episode of "Frasier" called "Cheerful Goodbyes", there is a guy sitting at one of the tables at Cliff's retirement party who looks like James Burrows. Was it him?
124681. Were Denver Pyle and Ernie Pyle related in any way?
124682. The movie "In A League Of Their Own" showed US female baseball players; did such a women's baseball league actually exist?
124684. What is a zip gun?
124686. What was the name of Jim Morrison's girl friend (she was with him when he died in Paris); and, how did she die?
124687. Which Leeds United player kicked a ball at Martin Keown's head during the warm up of the 9th January 2012 FA Cup match between Arsenal and Leeds United?
124688. How is the song Y.M.C.A. by the Village People about the gay subculture?
124689. What is the name of the 90's sketch comedy show that had a skit featuring "the scariest ride on the midway", which a man rides and at first thinks its the usual lame fun house ride, but starts showing traumatic events from his childhood?
124690. Is it true that some Nazi doctor conducted experiments on twin children attempting to accelerate the onset of puberty?
124692. What is the name of an 80's cartoon that would come on Saturday mornings that had troll like characters that enjoyed driving hot rod cars along the branches of the trees in which they lived?
124693. Is light energy or particles?
124694. What is the etymological or linguistic history of the 'i' before 'e' except after 'c' rule in English? How did it come about?
124695. What is the name of the old science fiction movie in which astronauts land on the moon and discover an old ship crashed there, leading them to realize that an old man who had been saying he had been to the moon, wasn't crazy?
124696. What does the shakespearan quote`TO BE ;OR NOT TO BE :THAT IS THE QUESTION' mean?
124697. Years ago I saw a Sci-Fi move where humans found an abandoned civilization and they had these devices that looked like boxes and they plugged in head phones to get the knowledge of the ancient race. I was about 12 when I saw it so the details might not be totally accurate. Anyone know the title?
124698. Are there any countries in the world whose flag does not contain any of the olympic flag colours?
124699. What is the name of the hardy cabbage which produces erect stems with large leaves and no compact?
124700. What is the name of old science fiction movie in which astronauts wake up from suspended animation in orbit around a post apocalyptic earth and begin to explore in a large rover vehicle and find a society of people who use clones to replace their worn out bodies?
124701. When was the last time that radioactive elements were intentionally added to consumable items (make-up, paint, food, etc)?
124702. In the song ''The Ballad of the Green Beret'',there is a line which goes,'100 men will test today,only 3 will win The Green Beret',is that statement correct?,and if not what is the the acceptance rate?
124703. Frank Sinkwich, Heisman Trophy winner and NFL MVP, was known as "Fireball Frankie" and "Flatfoot." Which nickname came first?
124704. Who is the youngest NFL quarterback to throw for more than 5,000 yards in a season?
124705. What is the difference between carats in diamonds and karats in gold?
124706. Which golfers were awarded a U.S. Congressional Gold Medal?
124707. Which medals are depicted on the reverse of the U.S. 1994 Vietnam Veterans Memorial one dollar coin?
124708. How many pyas in a kyat?
124709. What American city was the site of an explosion aboard a munitions ship that was loaded, I believe during WW II, and what was the ship's name?
124710. In what Jerry Lewis movie does he do a scene playing a piano or miming playing a piano?
124711. What happened for the first time in the history of the English Premiership on Boxing Day, 1999?
124712. What is the Doppler effect?
124713. What song is the common denominator in the movies 'The Quiet Man' and 'The Sundowners"?
124714. In how many countries is their capital city not their largest city by population?
124715. Who is Mr. Cacciatores?
124717. Where is Mr. Spock's heart located?
124718. Who is the bearded man standing behind the drunken biker in the Barney Peterson 1947 Life Magazine photo taken in Hollister, California?
124719. About how many pounds does one cubic foot of granite weigh?
124720. Did any South American nation send combat troops to fight in WWI or WWII?
124721. During WWI, soldiers would sneak into no man's land at night to repair barb wire fence. Unfortunately, banging a stake, that held the wire, into the ground make a lot of noise that caused many soldiers to get shot. How was this problem solved?
124722. In what Jerry Lewis movie does he do a scene playing a piano or mimeing playing a piano?
124723. What are the names of all the horses in Cormac McCarthy's 'Border Trilogy'?
124724. Who was the oldest person to never have been the oldest living person?
124725. What specific beverage did members of the People's Temple drink that caused their mass suicide?
124726. In what movie did Jerry Lewis shout "Hey Lady!"
124727. What movie adaptation of Stephen King does he think is the best representation of his work?
124728. What year did "A Very Potter Musical" come out?
124729. What is considered to have been Van Gogh's last painting or sketch?
124730. Which NBA player has played the most games without winning a championship?
124731. 2012: Where is cock fighting legal?
124732. Does the Texas Book Depository building still exist?
124733. Who said "If ever a monk got to heaven by monkery, I would have gotten there."
124734. What was the year that mixed bathing was first acceptable in the UK?
124735. Who was the first American to kill someone in a car accident?
124736. How many children under 5 years of age travel on planes each year?
124737. Are cats naturally ambidextrous?
124738. How many former housemates from MTV's Real World have died?
124739. Are there street names such as Blackboy Hill and Whiteladies Road in Bristol, England?
124740. In what battle in WWI was George S Patton wounded?
124741. Why did the comedy team of Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin split up?
124742. Where did Chris Farley die?
124743. How many of Robert E. Lee's sons served in the Confederate army?
124744. Which albums are on the Phases box set by The Who?
124745. Which state(s) was/were affected by the Gadsden purchase?
124746. How does an "H1ac" "blood" test work?
124747. How does an "Ha1c" "blood" test work?
124748. What is a Xunta?
124749. Why are Oscar awards so significant?
124750. Is it true that Cuba used to provide free cigarettes to people aged above 54?
124751. What is buying Real Estate with cash and how it is linked with Money Laundering?
124752. Is it true that Moscow has banned the sale of alcohol from 10 p.m. to 10 a.m. in an effort to reduce deaths due to excessive drinking?
124754. Was a toy whistle from a cereal box used to gain access to free long distance phone calls?
124755. What was the first blueberry flavored cereal?
124756. What was the Trix Rabbit's relationship with Dr. Hypnosis?
124757. What was the controversy about Count Chocula's medallion?
124758. Which "singing lady" won a Peabody Award in 1960?
124759. I was intrigued recently to see a musician in a bar playing an instrument that looked like a combination between a six-string electric rhythm guitar and a four-string electric bass guitar (two necks). Does such an instrument have a name of its own, and how does it work?
124760. Where do you find the Ministry of the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice?
124761. When did the first New York Times crossword puzzle appear?
124763. What is the difference between the power used when an ordinary radio is plugged in and when it is actually turned on?
124764. How many rails could Rooster Cogburn's new horse jump in True Grit?
124765. Did Betty White ever appear in a movie with Morgan Freeman?
124766. Which WW2 veteran ship is now said to be found between London Bridge and Tower Bridge?
124767. Which president had a great-grandfather who fought at Gettysburg and is buried in the Gettysburg cemetery at which Lincoln spoke?
124768. Who was the Goddess of the sea in Greek mythology?
124769. What is the only state flag in the United States to be based on English heraldry?
124770. How many cities in the US have a population over 1 million people?
124771. Why did Hulk kill his father?
124772. Did Tennessee Williams have a mole on his neck?
124773. What is in the left hand of the Lou Costello statue in Patterson, New Jersey?
124774. Who slapped Officer Paul Kramer?
124775. Who posed for a famous photo in front of Wright's Food Store?
124776. How old was Marilyn Monroe's date at the premiere of "River of No Return?"
124777. Has the Amish acceptance of rumspringa a relatively new phenomena, i.e. mid-20th century or has it always been part of their culture?
124778. If a crime is committed on an airplane, where is the trial held?
124779. Who was the father of Cass Elliot's daughter?
124780. Who was the voice of the Pincushion Man in the "Balloonland" cartoon of 1935?
124781. Which movie, written by Dr. Seuss, has Siamese twins joined together at the beard?
124782. Which three snakes are found in Northern Europe?
124783. Most hibernating mammals live in areas with extremely cold winters. Are there mammals in warmer areas who also hibernate?
124784. What is Fe4(Fe(CN)6)3, and what can it be used for?
124785. Do snakes lay eggs or give birth to living young?
124786. Why are birds not reptiles?
124787. Why are the police often called pigs?
124788. When was the last time 3 NBA matches played at the same night finished in the exact same result?
124789. In "The Big Bang Theory" episode "The Terminator Decoupling", what book is Leonard reading on the train?
124790. Which contestant has won the Real World/ Road Rules Challenge the most times?
124791. Statistically, which snores more, men or women?
124792. Which European city has the northernmost Turkish minaret?
124793. How many people were shot for not obeying the women and children first procedure on the Titanic and do we know their names?
124794. In 1986, where did all four of the original Monkees reunite on stage?
124795. What is Starkid's first musical?
124796. There is an Air Force One plane and Marine One helicopter that the president of the US travels on. is there an "Army One", and "Navy One"?
124797. What is the term for colour blindness in only one eye, and how common is this condition?
124798. What is psephology?
124799. What is an onychophagist?
124800. Who directed Wayne's World?
124801. What was the Fairhair Dynasty?
124802. When did New Jersey abolish slavery?
124803. On what day of the week did 1969 begin?
124804. When did Ecuador annex the Galápagos Islands?
124805. By what name is Francisco de Jasso y Azpilicueta more commonly known?
124806. Which of the Eight Immortals of the Communist Party of China lived the longest?
124807. Who gave a lecture titled "The Character Table for E8, or How We Wrote Down a 453,060 x 453,060 Matrix and Found Happiness?"
124808. What weapon did George S Patton invent the last of for the US military?
124809. When did Rosa Parks die?
124810. When was the first copyright given?
124811. What was the name of F.D.R.s yacht and what became of it?
124812. From what language do we get the spelling and meaning of the word "yacht"?
124813. What do the initials of the cable TV station HBO stand for?
124814. Who is regarded as the World's first Fighter Ace?
124815. Why do we have to replace our smoke detectors every ten years? What makes them 'go bad'?
124816. Who was Leon Theremin and what famous thing did he invent?
124817. What are the two possible dates that Mister Roberts threw Captain Morton's palm tree overboard?
124819. What rock band started with a chance meeting at a railway station?
124820. What happened at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel on May 16, 1929?
124821. What is the difference between bleach and chlorine?
124822. What is the largest naval base in Western Europe?
124823. January 22, 2012, A Russian scientist claims to have discovered what on the planet Venus?
124824. How long exactly is "Starship" the musical by Starkid?
124825. How did 'jersey' come to mean the top part of a uniform in some sports?
124826. How should a Jew observe the Sabbath if he is on a ship that crosses the Arctic Circle from north to south during that day?
124827. What instrument do Amanda Tannen, D'arcy Wretzky, Tal Wilkenfeld, and Sean Yseult play?
124828. In J.K. Rowling's novel(s), Harry Potter (books 1-7), what are humans that are not wizards called?
124829. Is zinc cadmium sulfide toxic to humans?
124830. The stealing of whose thunder has proved rather more notable than his other CV entries (had there been CVs then), and what did they do with it?
124831. Is Wayne Gretzky the only NHL Player to have his number retired League Wide?
124832. When did the Federal Information Processing Standard begin in the U.S.?
124833. Which NHL player came out of retirement and lowered his points per game average thereby turning this record over to Wayne Gretzky?
124834. What became of Eau Gallie, Florida in 1969?
124835. What is burgoo?
124836. How many years did Lester Leutwiler do his dance at the University of Illinois at Urbana?Champaign?
124837. Who was the first European to see the Rocky Mountains?
124838. What was the Battle of White Bird Canyon?
124839. When was the first newspaper printed in Alaska?
124840. How long is the Saskatchewan River?
124842. What animal has the largest known migration?
124843. What was the name of Evelyn's son in the film "Fried Green Tomatoes"?
124844. Thunder Bay, Canada was once known as two separate entities. What were they?
124845. Will a mirror actually reflect a laser?
124847. How is Walther Müller connected to Hans Geiger?
124848. Has there ever been an NHL player to play in a game wearing glasses?
124849. When did the word Gay come to signify a sexual predilection?
124850. What was "the Great Disappointment"?
124851. What are the advantages of the M-346 Italian trainer aircraft over the South Korean T-50 ?
124852. What was the purpose of the Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump?
124853. Is it true that some deserts in the world are actually decreasing in size?
124854. To whom was Stalin referring to when he talked about 'The Useful Idiots'?
124855. What is the largest rodent in North America?
124856. Which is bigger the male or female triplewart seadevil?
124857. What prize did the authors of No Evidence of Contagious Yawning in the Red-Footed Tortoise win?
124858. Who are the Ladies of Lallybroch?
124859. What is pfeffernüsse?
124860. On what day of the week was the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre?
124861. What is a bisquit?
124862. Neil Young made it to #55 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and The Gentrys squeaked by to #52 with the same Neil Young song in the same year. What is the name of the song and the year?
124863. What song did Smith take to #5 in 1969?
124864. What type of insect was recently named after Beyonce?
124865. How many chicken wings did Ryan Hohman eat in 2011?
124866. In which year was live television coverage of the Olympic Games available internationally for the first time?
124867. What state was Davey Crockett born in?
124868. What was the first capital of the state of Illinois?
124869. What is the age of oldest person to pass the CPA exam?
124870. Why are laws that limit alcohol sales named after the color blue?
124871. What is the Oxford comma?
124872. Is there a connection between the Greek letters chi and rho to the Egyptian city of Cairo?
124873. What is the sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 15, 21 known as?
124874. The binary number 101101 represents what decimal number?
124876. Which did Frankie sing about first, NY, NY or Chicago?
124877. Imagine we overheard a conversation between two farm labourers in England in 1450. Would we understand what they were saying ?
124878. How much is the letter "Z" worth in Scrabble?
124879. Who is Brad Rutter?
124880. What is the setting for the main action in the musical and film "South Pacific"? That is, the island where Emil de Becque has his plantation.
I am aware of question #66188 but the question is not answered there. Presumably it was in the New Hebrides - now Vanuatu.
124881. Did the actor Ernie Hudson, Sr. (From"Oz") ever play in the NFL ?
124882. How many people speak Jèrriais and Guernésiais?
124883. Since 1948, how much land has been reclaimed from the desert in Israel? How does that break down in reforrestation, farmland, homesteads, etc?
124884. In the movie "The Matrix", what was the first sign given to Neo that led to his meeting with Morpheus?
124885. In the US, what is the most popular brand of peanut butter?
124886. Why does Spanish use EE UU, instead of EU for its abbreviation of United States(Of America)?
124887. What everyday product displayed porn actress Marilyn Chambers prominently on the box?
124888. What natural number is the cube root of 512?
124889. What is a cant?
124890. What was the first album by Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker, aka Cream?
124891. Where is Szekler Land?
124892. What is the secret ingredient of the secret ingredient soup?
124894. Where is the only McDonald's within Cuba?
124895. How is Sheldon Adelson related to Newt Gingrich?
124896. How did guinea pigs get their name? Are they originally from Guinea, or do they come from pigs?
124897. Are the Sondes (Fr, probes) thrown by Hurricane Hunter aircraft considered jetsam?
124898. Who is the first living woman to be honored on a US Commemorative Silver Dollar? (She is also only the second living person so honored and the first presidential sibling so honored.)
124899. What is the world's largest desert?
124900. What three nations in Europe begin with the letter A?
124901. In the novel by Daniel Defoe, for how many years was Robinson Crusoe shipwrecked?
124903. Which river connects Lake Managua and Lake Nicaragua?
124904. Which chemical element is found in the nursery rhyme, "I had a Little Hobby Horse"?
124905. Who cited the institution at 2489 Bayview Avenue (Toronto, ON) in his Memorial Award acceptance speech at the seventy-first Academy Awards?
124906. What mode of transport did the hunters use to kill The One-Eyed Doe in Aesop?s fable?
124907. The winner of the ?Best Actor in a leading Role? category at the 57th Academy Awards ceremony cited what director in his acceptance speech?
124908. What bird lends its feathers to the cloak worn by the only mythological Norse character cited in the national anthem of Denmark?
124909. Which presenter of the award for best Music (Original Song) at the 69th Academy Awards was herself a winner of the Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy or Variety Special in 1978?
124910. How many different colours are named in the lyrics of "The Court Of The Crimson King"?
124911. How is the song "La Ferme à Maturin" related in name to the 2002 Hugo Awards? Best Short Story category?
124912. What is the relationship between Infanta Elena and the nursery rhyme "I had a Little Nut Tree"?
124913. Which winner at the 15th Academy Awards ceremony quoted a character from a popular Lewis Carroll in her acceptance speech?
124914. Who was the first NFL coach to win the Super Bowl without himself having played professional football?
124915. Who was the first living person to be honored by appearing on a US Commemerative Dollar Coin? (not a Half Dollar)
124916. Which countries use the modern Islamic gold dinar?
124917. Is it true that NASA spent millions of dollars developing a pen that could be used in space whereas the Russians simply used pencils?
124918. How did rapper Andre Benjamin come up with the nickname "3000"?
124919. What is the name of the body of water between Montevideo and Buenos Aires ?
124920. Did Cage The Elephant make a video for their song,'Backstabbing Betty'?
124921. What is the elevation of Protector Shoal volcano and when did it last erupt?
124922. How many square miles of the Netherlands is the result of land reclamation (as opposed to natural land)?
124924. What is a gongoozler?
124925. What city lends its name to the only album in 1969 released by the musician cited by name in The Beatles? song ?Yer Blues??
124926. The lyrics to The Beatles? ?Maggie Mae? includes the name of which flavour from the original fruit variety of Skittles?
124927. For what two reasons is photograph taking not permitted in The Anne Frank House /Museum (Amsterdam)?
124928. Snoop Dogg sang, ?Bob Marley reincarnated, pupils dilated?. What is the lyrical connection between this song and the Beatles? ?Because??
124929. What rare predator was introduced to the Crandon Park Zoo the year that the author of ?The World I Live In? (1908) died?
124930. Of the eight colours found in the first box of Crayola crayons in 1903, which ones are also heard in the lyrics to The Beatles? ?All Together Now??
124931. The name of which Beatles? song is found in the national motto of Lesotho?
124932. What lyrical connection does Althaea officinalis have to the 1974 Elton John single including ?One Day (At a Time)"?
124933. What was the home planet of Goggol, the mascot of Jets cereal?
124934. The official bird of the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island lends its name to what track off the Beatles? ?Magical Mystery Tour? album?
124935. What is the powder substance in balloons?
124936. Which NFL team has more players in the Pro Football Hall Of Fame than any other?
124937. Is Aircraft hardware such as nuts, bolts, rivets and metal sheet, plate and tube made in metric as well as imperial dimensions?
124938. What is the smallest named crater on the moon?
124939. Which wives of Henry VIII have Venusian craters named after them?
124940. A crater on Mars is named after which science fiction writer born on 21 September 1866?
124941. What is a power take-off?
124942. What is a scupper?
124943. What is the term for a letter with two dots above it?
124944. What was the surname of the American Civil War general who has lent his name to prostitutes?
124945. Does Lady Gaga's meat dress still exist?
124946. In 2012, how much does one second of Super Bowl advertising cost?
124947. What maiden caused the death of some 150 people in Edinburgh between 1660 and 1710?
124948. What method of transport was last used in the UK in 1874 ?
124949. Which U.S. Supreme Court Justice has dissented the most times?
124950. What was the name of the reporter who wrote and the French newspaper that published the false obituary for Alfred Nobel that caused him to create the Nobel Prizes?
124951. In the U.S., can a presidential veto be overturned?
124952. What was Socrates' "divine sign"?
124953. How much cocaine was actor Tim Allen once arrested with, and how did he reduce his prison time?
124954. What is the origin of the term "hillbilly"?
124955. Did Plato advocate Reincarnation?
124956. Did William Golding base his book "Lord of The Flies" on any real life event?
124957. Who is considered the father of Quantum Mechanics?
124958. At which temperature do Fahrenheit and Celsius meet?
124959. How far is Edinburgh of the Seven Seas (271 residents) from the nearest human population?
124960. What information is found on a Köppen map?
124961. Does a 3D television show all of its programming in 3D, or just certain videos?
124962. Is dueling legal in Paraguay?
124963. What is the name of a pregnant goldfish?
124964. Who was the first President to have a Presidential Library built after their term in office?
124965. If a child was in a coma, would he/she still grow?
124966. Why doesn't the brain have any pain receptors but rest of the body does have them?
124967. English football pre-1992: how many teams were relegated to Division Two the season after they were Football League Champions i.e. relegated as defending Division One champions?
124968. Does Antarctica have a form of currency?
124970. Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha is a British overseas territory. Is there a regular passenger traffic by boat or plane between the islands?
124971. What is the southernmost permanently populated island of the world?
124972. What was seen the day the Mark Twain was born; and, what was seen the day on which Mark Twain died?
124974. When was the Great Plague (Black Death) of 1348-51 first identified as bubonic plague and on what basis?
124975. Who is Ken Jennings?
124977. What food is mentioned in the closing line of Doctorow?s ?Little Brother??
124978. How many people added their names to the petition to get a museum at 1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard?
124979. In what way is an alias of Magnesium hydroxide related to the lyrics of the nursery rhyme ?Hush Baby, My Doll??
124980. Of the eighteen short stories in Bradbury?s ?The Illustrated Man?, which one is cited verbatim in the last line of Atwood?s ?Oryx And Crake??
124981. In 1998 Jewel sang, ?If I could tell the world just one thing, It would be that we're all OK?. How does this song relate in name to the coxswain of the Hispaniola in Robert Lewis Balfour Stevenson?s only novel of 1883?
124982. Where would one find the words, ?Aggressive fighting for the right is the noblest sport the world affords? if one were to call (212) 769-5100?
124983. What links a 1950 flick featuring Chippie Evans as Sammy White with The Beatles? single released on August 26th, 1968?
124984. How is a sobriquet of DC Comics? Isaiah Crockett related to the B-side of The Beatles? single ?Let it Be??
124985. What is the commonality between Darin?s ?If I Were a Carpenter? and Acronicta leporina?
124986. Why could a resident of Mawlamyine not view The Simpson?s Movie in 2007?
124987. What does "quality label" mean, as in "The museum bears the quality label Musée de France."
124989. What palindrome refers to St. Joseph's Wort and a cast member on "The Cosby Show"?
124990. What is the international vehicle registration code for South Sudan?
124991. Where were flathead catfish introduced and what has their impact on those habitats been?
124992. Did Barack Obama play basketball for his college team?
124993. Someone in a best-selling Utopian novel published about 30 years after the author of "Rip van Winkle" died slept more than five times as long as Rip did. What was his name? When did he wake up? And what "-ism" was the book promoting?
124994. How is a date different from a fig?
124996. How many wins did Dale Earnhardt Jr. have in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series in 2010 & 2011?
124997. What was Chris Rock's first film?
124998. Where did Ben Bishop play college hockey?
124999. What is the Hobey Baker Award and why is it named after him?