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Questions From Aug 01 12
126501. Which band released an album in 1971 named after a mythological Greek king condemned to push a boulder uphill for eternity?
126502. What is a bat horse?
126503. What is the Phone Number in the AC/DC song 'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap'?
126504. What is Bobby Fischer's win loss record against Tigran Petrosian?
126505. Was the movie that Vic Morrow was acting in, when he was killed, ever finished?
126506. Is Burghley House in Lincolnshire or Cambridgeshire?
126507. What is the name of Agatha Christie's Grandmother who she based Miss Marple on?
126508. Who scalped William Cooke's dundrearies at the Battle of the Little Bighorn?
126509. How long does a pipe have to be before it can be a churchwarden?
126510. A country had to wait until the last event on the last day to get their first Olympic gold of those games. What was the country, the games and the event?
126511. In what 50's movie is the Miss America Pageant playing on the TV in the background?
126512. How deep is the diving pool at the 2012 Summer Olympics?
126513. There is a bank here in the eastern United States called TDBank what does the TD stand for?
126514. What Biblical characters were mentioned in the Bob Dylan song Desolation Row?
126515. What was Ian Fleming's last James Bond novel?
126516. What U.S. President was first to apply Joseph Alsop's "domino theory" metaphor to Communist expansion?
126517. Who allegedly took mescaline before writing of their book "Doors of Perception"?
126518. What 2 British Prime Ministers were mentioned in the Beatles song "Taxman"?
126519. What did the U.S.Signal Corps bounce a radio signal off of for the first time in 1946?
126520. What TV personality wore a Beatles wig for the cover of the July 1965 Esquire magazine?
126521. What two famous 1950s rockers were born on the same day May 14, 1936?
126522. How much did "Sue" give Harry (Chapin) for a $2.50 fare and told him "keep the change"
126523. besides the four winners on the first season "The Glee Project ," any of the other contestants do anything significant in the entertainment industry ?
126524. Did a parent and a child ever take part in the same year's Olympic Games?
126525. What television show features characters named T-Money, Jesse, and Papa Bear?
126526. Which planet in the solar system has a moon that is proportionally the largest, in relation to that planet's size?
126527. Are there any planets in our solar system that don't have their moons always show the same face?
126528. Why does Venus have a retrograde orbit around the sun?
126529. Is there a measuring system that accurately determines the extent of a stars' gravitational limits based on size?
126530. In the movie "The Seven Year Itch" starring Marilyn Monroe, I don't think I ever heard Tom Ewell call her by any name; did she in fact have a name in the movie?
126531. What was the governing country of Hawaii before it become a U.S. state?
126532. What Joesph Heller book opened with the first line "I get the willies when I see closed doors"?
126533. In the old comic strip "The Heart of Juliet Jones" what was the name of Juliet's sister?
126535. Is, or are, there any Olympic events which were discontinued for the 2012 London games?
126536. What ever happened to Planet X, the new "planet" from the '90s?
126537. In the UK, when the time is 8.50pm, we tend to say it is "ten to nine". In an American novel I am currently reading, I see this given as "ten of nine". Why "ten of" and not "ten off nine"?
126538. When did photographic colour roll film first become available?
126539. Which country's largest city is furthest in distance from its capital city?
126540. Who signed the document ending the Vietnam War 62 times on January 28th 1973?
126541. What year was the first TV dinner introduced to the American public and by what company?
126542. Who ended their TV show by walking back on stage with a cup of coffee and a cigarette?
126543. Who did Baron George Wrangell do TV commercials for throughout the the 50s and 60s?
126544. Is it true that Stonehenge, as we see it today, is not the same as it was back in the 1800's, that it has undergone a series of restoration projects over many years, starting in the early 1900's?
126545. Which Maude Nugent song does Professor Echo's (Lon Chaney) dummy sing in "The Unholy Three" of 1930?
126546. For how long were Terry Jacks and Susan Pesklevits married?
126547. In the UK, which animals are traditionally associated with the first of the month?
126548. Of all the nations that have never hosted the Olympic Games, which one has earned the most medals?
126549. What is the difference in MPH between a trot and a canter?
126550. How old was Sleeping Beauty when she fell into the deep sleep in the Disney movie "Sleeping Beauty"?
126551. What crime was someone convicted of for the first time in American history on February 10th 1966,and who was it?
126552. Who did Bob Willis tell us "lived across the street from the Alamo"?
126553. correction that's "lived across the alley" not the street from the Alamo in previous question about Bob Willis,sorry about that
126554. Are any generals of the Confederate States of America buried overseas?
126555. Which "mother" outranked General Sherman?
126556. What ship did William Tillman capture in 1861?
126557. Which general was mentioned in the last words of General Stonewall Jackson and the last words of General Robert E. Lee?
126558. How many sons did Mrs. Polly Ray lose in the American Civil War?
126559. Did Marvin Hamlisch ever live with Cindy Garvey ?
126560. During the London 2012 Olympics, which athlete wore the number 2012?
126561. Which spirits were sitting with Nancy Pelosi in her chair, while being welcomed to congress by President Bush?
126562. What was the name of the group that made a video of the theme song of 'The Jeffersons'?
126563. Amendment IX
The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.
What do this amendment mean?
126564. Is it true that in July of 1938 in Evian, France, the U.S. convened a League of Nations conference with delegates from 32 countries to consider helping Jews who were trying to flee Hitler, but that it all came to naught because no country would accept them ?
126565. What actor played Steven Bolander in the movie American Graffiti?
126566. Who was Harry Truman referring to when he said he was "a shifty eyed goddam liar, and the people know it"?
126567. What comic strip featured the very sexy and dangerously deadly Dragon Lady?
126568. How many numbered squares are there in a common sliding square puzzle?
126569. What are the license requirements needed to carry a gun for personal protection in Canada?
126570. How many medals were handed out in the 2012 Summer Olympics?
126571. How many nations boycotted the 1980 Summer Olympics?
126572. During the years that Olympic athletes were required to undergo gender verification tests, was there any reason for including those in equestrian events where men and women compete against each other?
126573. Did General Robert E. Lee have a pet chicken?
126574. Was Sequoyah related to CSA brigadier general States Rights Gist?
126575. Were Juliette Gordon Low and William Tecumseh Sherman friends?
126576. Whose U.S. citizenship was restored on August 5, 1975?
126577. What did Confederate General Benjamin McCulloch wear instead of a uniform?
126578. What does "My dog Sam" eat?
126579. Who got paid $50,000 advance to drape 11,000+ words around 111 photos of Marilyn Monroe?
126580. Was the Beatles song "Baby You Can Drive My Car" ever either side of a single 45?
126581. Who were Thomas Johnson, Norman Butler and Talmadge Hayer convicted of killing in 1966?
126582. Whose Presidential administration was called by some protesters as being "Government by golly"?
126583. Which Beatle characterised 'Rubber Soul' as the 'Pot' Album, and 'Revolver' as the 'Acid' Album?
126584. Is there any way to trace a short named programme running on the task manager list such as setup.exe to the actual programme on Windows Explorer?
126585. In the 'Star Trek series,'Enterprise', what is the name of the astronaut, who is shown during during the singing of the theme song?
126586. Does anybody know what song Romeo Dance Cheetah performed on "America's Got Talent"?
126587. Is Harry Shum, of "Glee" fame, related to the famous comic Lydia Shum ?
126589. Where in Thoreau's works can you find this line: "I would rather sit on a pumpkin, and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion"?
126590. What is the fastest (not shortest) distance between two heights, and how was it discovered?
126591. Where were the 2012 Olympics supposed to be held?
126592. Who were Bert and Ernie named for?
126593. Which UN countries, if any, did not take part in the 2012 London Olympics and why?
126594. Which rivals meeting at Big Ben for the London 2012 Olympics caused great consternation among Illuminati conspiracists and why?
126595. What is the Chilean cookie with layers, is chewy, crumbly, and thick, and I believe has dulce de leche filing, called, and is there anywhere I may purchase these delicious delights online?
126596. Was it ever known on the old TV shows Beverly Hillbillies and Green Acres what state Hooterville was in?
126597. What 2 recording artists were the only 2 to record "Early Morning Rain", "Let It Be Me" and "Blue Moon"?
126598. What California governor once said that he would okay a withholding tax only if "they held a hot iron to my feet"?
126599. On the show "Murder She Wrote" in the episode "The Corpse Flew First Class", what movie is being shown during the flight?
126600. Has Spike Milligan ever been the recipient of the 'This is Your Life' big red book?
126601. Is there a name for the "phenomenon" of seeing fireworks when you press your eyes closed and push in with your fingers?
126602. Whose music did Ben Huggard listen to while swimming from Florida to the Bahamas in 1974?
126603. What CIA former veteran was also CREEP's security director?
126604. How many feet are considered the distance between the floors on buildings?
126605. Who was President for 1 day between James Polk and Zachary Taylor?
126606. Which is the correct spelling harbor or harbour?
126607. In the U.S.which sex has the greatest number of left handed people females or males?
126608. What was the price for a ticket on the first Laker Airway transatlantic flight on September 26th 1977?
126609. Who played guitar when Buddy and Stacy performed "Shotgun" on the Night Train TV show in 1965?
126610. Was "Loosen Up" by Nazz a parody of "Tighten Up" by Archie Bell & the Drells?
126611. Who sang vocals on "Everybody Plays the Fool" by The Main Ingredient?
126612. How is Dorothy Sloop connected to official rock song of the U.S. state of Ohio?
126613. What song written by Danny Flores has only one word repeated three times?
126614. What was the common fate of each of these: Jean-Paul Marat, Jim Morrison and Agamemnon?
126615. Which Chinese poet found death by trying to kiss the moon?
126616. Which George Bush wrote a biography of the Prophet Muhamad?
126617. Which European country did Heinrich Heine intend to flee to in case the End of the World was drawing near,- because things always happened a century later in that country?
126618. Why is the 'Mona Lisa' in The Louvre, as opposed to being in Italy?
126620. Why is Belgium known as the Cockpit of Europe?
126621. Why is Switzerland known as 'Playground of Europe'?
126622. Which pier advertises "cafes" on its iconic sign?
126623. Why is "haymaker" used as a boxing term?
126624. How are parole boards put together in the U.S.?
126625. Are there practical applications for imaginary numbers?
126626. Did Mahatma Gandhi actually write a letter to Adolph Hitler and if he did, did Hitler reply?
126627. What is really the difference between a fib and a lie?
126628. Who told us in song that "Grits ain't Groceries"?
126629. What does the machine called the "Mackenzie" produce on many TV shows?
126630. What was the first for Jennifer Jackson in March 1965?
126631. What is more important in a response to one of these questions, the answer or a reference? Does anyone else find it irritating when the reply only gives a reference, leaving you asking "Well, what's the answer, then?",
126632. I understand the symbolism of the stars and stripes on the modern US flag, however, was there a particular symbolism behind the design of the Confederate flag?
126633. Giving descriptions from the epic, what does the hero Beowulf look like?
126634. Who invented atom bomb? Otto hahn or Oppenheimer?
126635. In the novel 'Catch 22', the character Major Major is described as resembling a certain well known actor. Was this actor ever approached to play the role of Major Major in the film version of 'Catch 22'?
126636. Is Seaweed a form of kelp or is kelp a form of seaweed or is it neither?
126638. What did Herman Hesse's characters learn at a fictitious European country called Castlia?
126639. What TV western hero's name was derived from one of Charlemagne's 12 knights?
126640. Are there any practical applications of third order (or higher) derivatives and integrals?
126641. How did the old Clicquot Club soft drink line get its name?
126643. How many cars were in the motorcade the day J.F.K. was assassinated in Dallas Texas?
126644. Besides the border states, how many southern counties did Abraham Lincoln win in the 1860 United States Presidential election?
126645. What protective gear should I wear while using a black light? In particular, are gloves important?
126646. What was the Battle of the Little Bighorn named after?
126647. Can the name of a person affect the way a person behaves or becomes?
126648. Why aren't we certain about the cause of Alexander The Great's Death?
126649. Do the flags on the front of The Krusty Krab mean anything?
126650. Is the human sense of smell directional the way sight and hearing are?
126651. Do athletes always run anticlockwise round the track, or are some tracks clockwise?
126652. Did Sly Stone (Sylvester Stewart) have any children with trumpeter Cynthia Robinson?
126653. Who left The Exceptions to join Big Thing?
126654. What is a Lulz cat?
126655. Who was the famous airplane Sopwith Camel named for ?
126656. Whose Playboy Interview opened with the first question "Are you really the loudmouthed exhibitionist you seem to be,or is it all for the sake of publicity?"
126657. How many total days did Phil Conners (Bill Murray) re-live in the movie Groundhog's Day?
126658. What is the name of the Ethiopian dish that has a beef and tomato based mixture on injera bread?
126660. What former Beatle wound up being a forklift driver in a London warehouse?
126661. What kind of animal rode in the nose cone of Thorable rocket that was launched in July 1958?
126662. What was the first European country to give women the right to vote?
126663. Having never worn either one,I am curious as to the difference between a frock and a dress?
126664. Which continent has hosted the most modern Olympic Games (both - as of 2012)?
126665. Who famously thanks Mood?
126666. Which countries won their 1st ever medals at the 2012 Olympics?
126667. I remember hearing a story that Clint Eastwood as an actor didn't blink when firing a gun. There has to be a movie website somewhere that could verify this. Is there any truth to this?
126669. Why are they called the Paralympics?
126670. "A Fool's Life", the last story of Akutagawa Ryunosuke, ends in this famous simile: "He lived in an eternal dusk, as if to lean on a sword with a broken blade / notched edge" (according to the two Hungarian versions, one from Russian, the other from French). Which of the two - "broken blade" or "notched edge" - is the literal translation?
126672. Is Dolly Parton's hair her own bleach or a collection of wigs?
126675. I have often heard that in some cultures it is acceptable to belch or burp after a meal, because it's considered a compliment to the cook.
Specifically which cultures is it accepted practice to do this?
126676. The air we breathe is 21% oxygen. Is this a measurement of volume or weight?
126677. What is free entropy?
126678. What auto manufacturer made the first Oscar Mayer Weinermobile?
126679. In the old movie Cat Ballou was Cat Ballou's (Jane Fonda) first name ever mentioned?
126680. What 1966 hit song prompted Mick Jagger to announce "what a war mongering race the Americans Are"?
126681. I am not named for what I am used for but I am used for what I am named. Also I don't mind being called a square.What am I...any Ideas?
126683. Approximately how many bodies are there on Mount Everest?
126684. A Big Fish in a small River with 32 Rocks. What is't
126685. I need the name of the first person to die of AIDS.
126686. What is 'The Tropic of Cancer' and 'The Tropic of Capricorn' and why are they so named?
126687. Is it an urban myth that elephants go to a particular place to die?
126688. I need the name first person to die in hiv-1
126689. Did the old "Kelloggs Best To You" jingle come from a 1930's song?
126690. In the 1930s were there any scheduled passenger liner sailings between Colombia and Australia and, if not, what route(s) were generally taken for the journey, or did passengers make the journey on cargo ships?
126694. Does turkey red oil come from a turkey or the country Turkey?
126695. Has anyone managed a international team and club at the same time in soccer (football)?
126696. Are there any Olympians who have won gold medals in the Summer and Winter Olympics?
126697. Which month in the Gregorian calendar was originally the seventh month of the Roman calendar?
126698. Which are the 20 most watched television events of all time worldwide?
126699. What is the deepest into the Earth a lifeform has been found to exist?
126700. In chess, is rook + king vs. bishop + king a theoretical draw?
126701. Is the state of Hawaii in North America or Oceania?
126702. When was the term "photosynthesis" first coined and the mechanism understood ?
126703. What did Norman R. Morrison do to himself in front of the Pentagon in November 1965?
126704. Whose phone number was BE(nsonhurst)0-7741?
126705. What are Shondells as in Tommy James and the Shondells?
126707. What are those small thing on roofs of houses and larger building like churches shaped like small fans and seem to be made of metal do they serve a purpose or are they just ornamental?
126708. Is there a real difference between shrubbery and bushes?
126709. What book written by Eric Berne contained games like "Kick Me" "I'm Only Trying To Help You"and "See What You Made Me Do!"?
126710. Which Englishman was the first Chairman of the Indian National Congress?
126711. Who worked as an air traffic spotter for a San Fernando Valley California radio station KGIL in 1971?
126712. Who was the real person suppose to be the Sexy Sadie in the Beatles song "Sexy Sadie"?
126713. Who was responsible for the comic strip adventures of "Hostileman"?
126714. Due to the superstition associated with the number 13, have any professionals in any major sports league ever refused to wear it?
126715. What are the differences between rams and sheep other than the fact that rams are uncastrated male sheep?
126716. Does any other country have an Honours system similar to the UK?
126718. This knight was so difficult to portray on stage that it requires an illusion by Penn & Teller for the musical.
126719. Did Penn and Teller help out any musical plays regarding illusions?
126720. What is the "I.E.D. Lottery"?
126721. When the President of the United States, gives major speeches on television. Are the networks paid (and if so by who)?
126722. How many countries have no armed forces?
126723. Who was the first to propose that the newly discovered Eastern Australian landmass be used as the site for a penal colony?
126724. Who was Emma Chisit?
126725. What was the destination of Jupiter II on "Lost In Space?"
126726. What U.S.ambassador to the United Nations resigned amid a bruhaha over a meeting with the (PLO) Palestine Liberation Organization in 1979?
126727. What Desmond Dekker tune was the first reggae to make the North American hit charts in 1969?
126728. What did the Duchess's baby turn into when it was entrusted to Alice's care in Wonderland?
126729. What comic received an Oscar nomination for his short film "The Absent Minded Waiter"?
126730. Is there really a statue of Peter Pan made of metal not stone and the other characters from the story in Kensington Gardens in London England?
126731. Which are the only mammals to have wings?
126732. On average, the people from which country can speak the most languages?
126733. Amare Stoutemaire said he attended Akeem olajawon's summer course for NBA big men. What is the fee for such training?
126734. What was the first instance of a "box score" from a baseball game printed in an American newspaper?
126735. Are there any animals that live in underwater "hives"?
126736. Can pepper plants be grown as perrenials?
126737. Can dogs be bred back into being wolves?
126738. Are there any world currencies based on a gold or silver standard?
126739. To what does the Arc in the name Joan of Arc (Jeanne d'Arc) refer? D'Arc was her family name - does it refer to a place or an arch (French translation of Arc) or something else?
126740. Athletic programmes of men and women- Does anyone know why women still do the heptathlon and 100m hurdles and not the decathlon and 110m hurdles?
126741. In the game of baseball, why must the starting pitcher finish five innings to get a win? A relief pitcher can toss a third of an inning and get the win! What is the rationale behind this rule?
126742. How is ball lightning formed?
126743. How did the word beef become associated with having a problem with someone "you have a beef with me"?
126744. What old TV show featured the Bolt family in a boomtown Seattle?
126745. What drug did Doctor Frances Kelsey win the President's Award for Distinguished Service for keeping off the U.S.market?
126746. Why or how does thumping your television make it work again? (e.g. a fuzzy picture suddenly becomes clear again)
126747. How do you curl your hair, without burning your self?
126748. What is the rhyme scheme in Michael Wigglesworth's poem, The Day of Doom?
126749. Who came up with dying your hair with Kool-Aid?
126750. In the Monkees song "Last Train to Clarksville" is the Clarksville in the song referring to Clarksville Tennessee?
126751. Who succeed J.Edgar Hoover as acting director of the F.B.I. in 1972 immediately after he died?
126752. Who were the two yes men considered by Richard Nixon to be The Praetorian Guard?
126753. When the USA was being formed in the mid and late 1700s were circuses called Ricketts?
126754. Is there a known portrait of Michael Wigglesworth?
126755. How many times was American Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General Stephen McGroarty shot?
126756. What did Yoko Ono do for Chief American Horse 100 years after his death?
126757. When did the practice of writing the month, day and year as numbers separated by virgules begin?
126758. Was genetic testing ever done on Oliver the Humanzee?
126759. Why does the USA use reverse dates eg. 11/9/2001 becomes 9/11/2001?
126760. Who is Rivers Cuomo?
126761. What rally took place in San Francisco the day LSD became illegal in California?
126762. Citizen Khan in the BBC sitcom of that name and Ali Nadeem in the 70s sitcom "Mind Your Language" both wore similar hats. What is this kind of hat called?
126763. The US has introduced bills to do this which failed, New Zealand did it in 1990 and Australia did it in 1992, leading to a practice they associate with another European country. Singapore did it in 2002, the Dutch have done it twice and the Canadians did it in 2012. What am I referring to?
126764. Eighty countries took part in over twenty sports, Team GB ended up 26th in the medals table and the eleven days of sport culminated in a feast for the athletes and spectators. What and where was it?
126765. What is Selena Gomez's middle name?
126766. What countries prohibit the homeschooling of children?
126767. In the movie Back to the Future II, Biff Tannen and his grandson Griff Tannen are antagonists to Marty McFly. Is Biff Tannen's son--Griff Tannen's father--ever mentioned in the BTTF series?
126768. What 1957 musical lyrics were the first Broadway credits for Stephen Sondheim?
126769. What was former U.S.President Lyndon Johnson's favorite scotch?
126770. What did Yves St.Laurent "flatten" with his 60s fashion?
126771. Given present political borders, which country, whose soldiers have fought on foreign soil, have the highest proportion of soldier fatalities, buried on foreign soil?
126772. As of September 11th 2012, which two countries are the only ones where you cannot, legally, buy Coca Cola?
126773. In the USA, how are car registration plates assigned?
126774. Before he was president of the US, was Ronald Reagan an FBI informer?
126775. When did the word "grunge" first become associated with the Seattle music scene?
126776. Why is there no Betty Rubble in the Flintstone Chewable Vitamins?
126777. In which year was the brand name for Team GB first used?
126778. Ted Stevens International Airport is in which US city?
126779. Which US Civil War general was born in Norway and died in Norway?
126780. Are there humorists in China?
126781. Does the Flying Spaghetti Monster have a name besides "Flying Spaghetti Monster"?
126782. How did John Cage know that 4.33 was that length when it's silent?
126783. It is true that the U.S. civil war Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's actual body and his left arm are buried in completely separate locations?
126784. What was the late actor Anthony Perkins's best man when he married actress Berinthia Berenson in 1973?
126785. What famous breakfast cereal did George Cormack create?
126787. What term is given to a summary of any piece of fiction that reveals plot elements which will give away the outcome of a dramatic episode, or the conclusion of the entire work?
126788. What is the disorder known as Jumping Frenchmen of Maine?
126789. When was the last time a guillotine was ever used and is it still in use today?
126792. Did Johnny Cash ever do an album of cover songs?
126793. As of the end of the US Open and Andy Roddick's retirement, there are no active male American tennis players who have won a Grand Slam. Is this the first time in the Open Era that this has happened?
126794. How does a single-dial combination lock work?
126795. How many large lakes (over 3 square kilometers) are there in Ontario, Canada?
126796. How did Paul Bunyan make the Puget Sound?
126797. What do we call a person that loves riddles (not riddle lover)?
126798. What is the national flower of Belgium, and what is the national bird of Belgium?
126799. What, specifically, do the Seven Years War, the War of American Independence, the Crimean War and the Spanish-American War have in common (something that almost all other wars don't)?
126800. Picasso did a painting of his son in costume sitting on a chair. What is it called, and where is it on display?
126801. How did tomb raiders manage to move stones that weighed tons of pounds to get into the burial chambers of the ancient Egyptian Pharaohs' pyramids?
126803. When typing, one can emphasise words by using upper case (assuming bold and italic aren't options). One English word CAN'T be. What is it, and (here's the sting) is there a way round the problem?
126804. In the fiscal year of 2012, what was the budget of the United States Department of Health and Human Services?
126805. Is it true that Mariska Hagarity (aka Olivia Benson on Law & Order SVU) was in the back seat of the car when her mother Jayne Mansfield was killed?
126806. Did you ever know Professor Moriarty's first name, Sherlock Holmes's nemesis in the stories?
126807. What one time congressional "crook" wrote an article for Esquire titled "Duties and Responsibilities of Congressmen to the United States"?
126808. Who sings ("I was dreamin' when I wrote this, forgive me if it goes astray") the first line of "1999" by Prince?
126809. In Major League Baseball who has the record for most errors in one inning?
126810. Why was the capital of the Dakota Territory moved from Yankton to Bismark?
126811. Did Raquel Welch and Dan Blocker appear together in any movies?
126812. How many hectares of strawberries are grown in Argentina?
126813. Which church was organized at Pekin, New York in 1860?
126814. What group did The Malibus and Naked Lunch become?
126815. Who knighted Alexander II of Scotland?
126816. Does Australia have a national speed limit?
126817. When was the Battle of the Yser?
126818. What or who was Donald Duck named after?
126819. If Richard III's body is found in a car park in Leicester, then the location of the body of which of the Kings of England since 1066 will still be unknown?
126820. What former president of the Rockefeller Foundation became Secretary of State during the John F.Kennedy years?
126821. What major international news event was fully covered blow by blow on all 3 major networks in the USA on June 2nd 1953?
126822. How many little pictures were there on a View Master reel?
126823. What were the names of the kids who played Mikey in the Life Cereal commercials in the US?
126824. Apart from the suffix 'football club', how many English or Scottish football clubs have a one word name?
126825. What object is allegedly invented by a famous ancient mathematician to encourage moderation and is named after him?
126826. What is trichophagia?
126827. What is triboluminescence?
126828. What is shagreen?
126829. Which TV character was the inspiration for the cartoon character Shaggy Rogers?
126830. What is the third largest city of Hungary?
126831. Who said, "Every crowd has a silver lining?"
126832. In how many 'Dorf' movies was Tim Conway?
126833. What is the proper name of the Hoover Dam bypass bridge?
126834. Which tennis player's name is on the world's largest tennis racket?
126835. How many people attempted the first successful climb of the Matterhorn and how many of them perished?
126836. Does the U.S. Military keep track of ALL the satellites orbiting the earth?
126837. How many functioning and non-functioning satellites are orbiting the Earth?
126839. What is the fastest reproducing mammal?
126840. Which game was the highest scoring NFL contest decided by a single point?
126841. What is 'The Benjamin Franklin Effect'?
126842. Is it true that three doctors own the restaurant Subway?
126843. Was there or is there really a place named Hamilton Beach for which the appliance company Hamilton Beach was named?
126844. How and where did the terms smarty pants come from in sarcastic reference to a smart person?
126845. Why do hot dog buns come in packs of eight and wieners in packs of twelve?
126846. Who was the second to last man to walk on the moon?
126847. Some radio stations used oversized phonograph LP discs for recording programmes. What size were these records?
126848. What drug is the most prescribed in Iceland?
126849. Did Elvis Presley ever perform in South America?
126850. Do insects sleep?
126851. What is a Pickelhaube?
126852. Who called himself the "Sparkler of Albion?"
126853. What is the smallest city or town with a Harley-Davidson Motorcycle dealership?
126854. What is the name of the colorful sculpture in front of the Canton Museum of Art?
126855. What hotel in Mesa, AZ has the most rooms?
126856. In what years did Louis Bobet win the Tour de France?
126857. In what year did a flash drive first become available with a Swiss Army Knife?
126858. What would the earth's tides be like if there was no moon?
126859. Are "Vicomte de Bragelonne", "Louise de la Valliere", and "The Man In The Iron Mask" three different books by Alexandre Dumas, pere, or are they one book published under one title?
126860. What was the three-letter recall code for the CRM-114 in Dr. Strangelove?
126861. Is once in a "Blue Moon" a 2 week time span?
126862. Apart from a spring bulb what, in the UK, is a snowdrop?
126863. Is there such thing as a wild goldfish and, if so, where does it live?
126864. Is it true that 3 doctors own the restaurant Subway?
126865. What was the Boss of the Plains?
126866. In what city are deceased residents forbidden to be buried, and instead are interred on a nearby island that used to be a prison?
126867. In the Harry Chapin song Taxi where did Sue want to go?
126868. What candy sponsored The Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney Show on TV?
126869. What financier was an adviser to every U.S.President from Woodrow Wilson to John Kennedy?
126870. What is the origin of the phrase "blue murder"?
126871. What is the soggy brown stuff in a cinnamon swirl?
126872. Can an elephant jump?
126873. What makes permanent tattoos, permanent?
126874. Which song connects David Bowie, Lulu and Nirvana?
126875. Which song connects the actor Richard Harris with Donna Summer?
126876. Who scored the opening goal in the 1930 World Cup Football Final?
126877. How old is the planet Neptune?
126878. Where might one find a 22 inch by 34 inch sheet of posterboard?
126879. On the BBC quiz show 'Pointless', who are the 100 people they give the questions to before the show? Do they have specialised knowledge (ie film buffs for the film questions, football fans for the football questions, etc), or are they random members of the public?
126880. How many people have actually set foot on the moon?
126881. What is ISO 3166?
126882. What is the Pauling Scale?
126883. Which geologist was the first NASA scientist to fly in space and land on the moon?
126884. What is a monotypic taxon?
126885. How did Wardell Quezergue die?
126886. Which U.S. state has its motto in Spanish?
126887. How long is the coastline of Mozambique?
126888. What was the first song to reach #1 with the word 'disco' in the title?
126889. What Fats Waller song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame?
126890. Who was the first Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund?
126891. Who was the first African-American elected to congress in the U.S.?
126892. In the state of Florida in the US, can regular Irish potatoes be grown during the fall months? That is, September through January?
126894. Which Austrian state lies the farthest west?
126895. Do people collect self-adhesive postage stamps?
126896. Other than Harry himself, which character is most mentioned in the books of the "Harry Potter" series?
126898. What metals and metal alloys melt below the boiling point of water?
126899. When did Pearl Jam's video for "Jeremy" first premiere on television?
126900. Who started the tradition for brides to wear a white dress on their wedding day?
126901. What is the length of a football field from goal post to goal post?
126902. Name the major league baseball pitcher with the most no-hitters?
126903. How long did it take to construct Hadrian's Wall?
126904. How did Archibald Leach choose the stage name "Cary Grant"?
126905. How many wickets did cricketer Phil Tufnell take on Test Match debut?
126906. Who is the inventor of the first television?
126907. Is there such a sport as 'octopush?'
126908. What is the motto of the RAF Fire Service, and what does it mean?
126909. Who is usually credited with naming the Gulf Stream?
126910. What word connects the name of the Lowell High School (San Francisco) auditorium and the name of the general in "Prisoners from the Front" by Winslow Homer?
126911. In what year was the iPad first introduced?
126912. Which Native American nations were involved in the War of 1812?
126913. How many great-grandchildren did Queen Elizabeth II have in September 2012?
126914. Must soccer fields be flat, and if not what is the maximum allowed slope from end to end and side to side?
126915. What motor and military motor maker was once based in Basingstoke UK?
126916. What species of stingray (common or Latin name) was it that contributed to the death of Steve Irwin?
126917. Which NFL coach, active or retired, has been to the Superbowl the most, yet has the fewest wins?
126918. Who was the last MLB player to hit an inside-the-park Grand Slam?
126919. Is there a word for compulsive reading?
126920. Which United States Indian nations have the largest and smallest populations?
126921. Who holds the record for more #1 hits of any music genre?
126922. How many versions of the bible are currently in distribution?
126923. Of the 27 years that Nelson Mandela spent in prison, how many did he serve on Robben Island?
126924. Is there a definitive list of pronouns that we are to not end a sentence with?
126925. In baseball, has anyone pitched a one-pitch inning?
126926. How many editions were published of the British editon of the "MAD" magazine?
126927. Which baseball player has hit the most consecutive home runs and how many?
126928. What is the predominant religion in Australia?
126929. Who was responsible for naming Shark Bay in Western Australia?
126930. Is conc.HCL an electrolyte?
126931. Where is Billy the Kid buried?
126932. What were the dates of the Gulf War, under President George H. W. Bush?
126933. How soon after a skunk sprays it's 'stink' can it spray again?
126935. What NFL teams have NOT played in the Super Bowl?
126936. Do identical twins have identical patterns in their irises?
126937. Does lichen harm the tree it is growing on?
126938. What is the difference between a Morel and a False Morel?
126939. We all know the famous Trojan war. Is Troy a real or imaginary place?
126940. What is the name of the movie where a father stops to see his estranged daughter and she wants a telescope and to go on an astronomy trip but cannot afford it, so at the end of the film he buys her a telescope and pays for the trip?
126941. When was the Dark Doodad discovered?
126942. In which US States is it legal for same-sex couples to be married?
126943. Where is Jesse James buried?
126944. Why is the Bingo call sign for number 9 "Doctor's orders"?
126945. What is the origin of the expression 'every dog has its day'?
126946. Is glass a liquid or a solid?
126947. Why do stars change color at different temperatures?
126948. What was the name of the women who ran for president of the united states on a third party in the 19th century with Frederick Douglas as her running mate?
126949. Who has had the most songs peak at number two on the Billboard 200?
126950. Who wrote a book entitled "The Danger Box"?
126951. As of September 2012, how many countries or sovereign states are represented in the United Nations?
126952. What is the second largest city in Arkansas?
126953. Many place names in the United States are derived from names of places in Europe. How many European capitals have namesakes in the United States?
126954. Conner and Murphy are the main characters in what movie?
126955. Texas A&M has a dog as its mascot. What is his name?
126956. Was San Francisco's Chinatown section destroyed in the 1906 earthquake?
126957. Which one, Cricket or Rugby, was first played professionally?
126958. Who wrote the book called 'Rules for Radicals' ?
126959. What is the origin of Australian Rules Football?
126960. Jo, Beth, and Amy are characters from which classic novel?
126961. When did the funtrivia.com site go online?
126962. Which month of the year comes third alphabetically?
126963. Where did the phrase unlucky thirteen come from?
126964. Who (if there is any single person) is the inventor of bridge (the card game)?
126965. At what age are children able to whistle?
126966. How many words in the English language contain a double "u" ("uu")? One of these is "vacuum". What are the others?
126967. How long ago was "cancer" discovered as a disease, and who named it "cancer?"
126968. What is considered the greatest insult among Klingons?
126969. What term is given to the compulsive mimicking of another's physical gestures, and in which condition(s) does it manifest?
126970. Is there any celebrity whose birthdate is 22 November 1963?
126972. When was the first transpacific (continental Americas to continental Asia) passenger flight, and what was its route?
126973. On the old Batman show on TV what Commissioner Gordon's first name?
126974. What does HTC in the cell phone industry stand for?
126975. How did the term for golfers "duffer" come about , and what does it mean?
126976. What is the actual difference between a sofa and a couch?
126977. What co-star of "Bedtime for Bonzo" was on an Austrian postage stamp?
126978. On what date was Lou Gehrig's farewell speech at Yankee Stadium?
126979. How many times have there been 3 different Presidents of the United States in the same year?
126980. When did the New Orleans Saints win their first Super Bowl?
126981. In the NFL, has the host team for the SuperBowl ever made it to the SuperBowl? (Thus playing the game at home)
126982. How many NFL teams did Deacon Jones play for?
126983. How many cylinders did a Dusenberg Model A have in 1922?
126984. Apart from "Wuthering Heights" what do Emily Bronte and Kate Bush have in common?
126986. What is the name of the young adult fiction novel that features a kid who gets stuck in the wild, and meets a wild man, who turns out to be his father (who he had thought died by slipping on a rock)?
126988. What was the last model car to feature the rumble seat?
126989. When did the practice of using military time originate?
126991. Did the original Ford Mustang that came out in 1964 feature a standard transmission?
126992. Has Greece, in its long history, ever had a female leader?
126993. Has the USA ever won the FIFA World Cup?
126994. I know that there is supposed to be no word that rhymes with orange, but are there any other words that have no rhymes?
126995. Which has more bones, humans or apes?
126996. What brand of cigarettes did John Wayne endorse in a 1952 TV ad?
126997. In Leicester, what is an oakey?
126998. In nursing what is TPN?
126999. What is David Letterman's favorite hobby?