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Questions From Mar 06 04
45001. The Welsh being oppressed by the English fled to Patagonia in the 19th century. What was the name of the first village they set up?
45003. Who killed Roberto Calvi?
45007. How heavy was the largest tumor removed intact from the human body?
45008. On "Three's Company" which roommate got a camera and made home movies?
45011. What 'Batman' episode did Lesley Gore sing her song 'California Nights'?
45012. How did the term "gay" come to mean homosexual?
45017. Was Napoleon Bonaparte born a subject of the King of France?
45018. What is arachibutyrophobia the fear of?
45019. What is a flittermouse?
45020. Who is playing Starsky and Hutch in the film due to be released this year?
45021. Who are known as the blue men of the desert?
45022. What theme tune started life as a song in 'A House for Mr. Biswas'?
45024. Who is the new Master of the Queen's Musick?
45025. Which place has between 17,000 and 18,000 islands?
45026. Which place has just over 7,000 islands?
45027. Who was Tom Hank's only companion on the island in 'Castaway'?
45028. Was 'Castaway' filmed on a real island, and if so, what was the name of the island?
45029. What was the name of Tom Hanks and his girlfriend in 'Castaway'?
45030. What happened to Wilson at the end of the film?
45032. What is the moto of the FBI?
45033. Who is the most successful family pop group?
45034. What is the largest moth called?
45035. What is the largest inland sea or lake called?
45036. What is a fandur?
45037. In mid-January author/performer Spalding Grey was reported missing. Has he been found?
45038. Why do Australians call European football 'Realfooty'?
45041. I don't know what the expression "wet the baby's head" refers to, someone drinking some kind of liquor?
45042. How did 1950s American tennis star Maureen Connolly acquire her nickname?
45043. Who won the award for Best New Artist at the 1989 Grammy Awards?
45044. What was significant for Danes about the date
19 February, 1700?
45046. Which bank printed the world's first bank notes and in what year?
45047. When does Russia celebrate the "October Revolution"?
45048. 'Peas, pease and pees' is an example of what?
45049. What does the phrase "rule of thumb" mean and where did it originate?
45052. I seem to have a new ring today. Could be a bit fishy do you think?
45053. Who is the highest-paid employee of the state of Missouri (it may not be who you expect)?
45054. What was the long-lasting effect of the Peace of Westminster?
45056. A sign used to be alongside the M4 in Newport declaring "Newport - the home of the mole." Why?
45057. Can fish recognize colors?
45058. In "Texas Hold 'em" poker what are the odds of being able to make the hands from Royal Flush down to One Pair by the time the river card is played?
45059. Did the Russian and Japanese forces ever engage each other directly in battle during World War II?
45060. How many feet long is an hour's worth of cassette tape?
45062. During the American Civil War I believe that only two men held the simultaneous ranks of General and Admiral (one Union and one Confederate) and they may have been the only two in US military history to hold simultaneous army and navy ranks. Who were these two men?
45063. While on his death bed, a delirious Edgar Allan Poe kept screaming out an unknown person's name. What was this name?
45064. In the medical field, what is the meaning and origin of the term 'stat'?
45065. Has anyone ever identified the individual who leaves the bottle of cognac at the grave of Edgar Allan Poe each year?
45066. What was the first 'Hall of Fame'?
45067. In the X-Men what is the name of Professor Xavier's son?
45068. In Marvel Comics what was the name of the Inhuman's dog?
45069. The Barron Knights were famous for what?
45070. What are 'kaons' and what is so "strange" about them?
45072. Mochyn and I are representing Wales in a Sphairistike Tournament. Which sport will we be playing?
45073. Which Grand Prix driver was kidnapped by Cuban rebels in 1958?
45075. What is the record for the number of cards received by a single person? Who received them and what was the previous record?
45076. In 'The Little Rascals' what was the name of the bully Butch's sidekick?
45078. How much was Edgar Allan Poe paid for his poetic masterpiece 'The Raven'?
45079. What is the name of the snail in the film 'Never Ending Story'?
45080. Who wrote the song 'Rule Britannia'?
45083. Where does the phrase 'taking the micky' come from?
45085. What nationality was Eva Peron?
45086. What are the first words Nakor says at his first appearance in the books of Feist?
45087. What race did Vic Clapham originate and who was this year's winner?
45090. What is the largest meteorite found on the Earth?
45091. In American football, how many different ways can 21 points be scored in a football game, including safeties, touchdowns, field goals, and conversions? What are each of the possible ways?
45092. In which country would you find an alcoholic drink nicknamed lion's milk?
45094. For which football club did Goran Ivanisovic play?
45095. What was opened at Titusville, Pennsylvania in 1819?
45096. How did Captain Gregg die on 'The Ghost and Mrs. Muir'?
45097. What television network did Sweet Polly Purebread work for?
45100. Why are some vegetables cruciferous?
45101. What is a cliche?
45102. I am travelling Tasmania. Amongst other historic sites, I want to see Australia's oldest bridge. What is the name of that bridge?
45103. In football (soccer) what is the longest number of games a Division Two club has gone without being beaten?
45104. In California under the three strikes policy one can go to prison for 25 years for stealing a pack of chewing gum. Who is responsible for initiating this policy?
45105. We are now inundated with spam. Who first coined the word?
45107. What was the name of the company controlled by the British that supplied drugs to the Chinese during the Sino-British wars?
45108. During the Falklands War HMS Sheffield was sunk by what, and who supplied it?
45109. My brother guarded Argentinian POWS (officers) during the Falklands War. Where was he?
45110. Has a horror movie ever won an Oscar in any category?
45111. What was the first song to make it to No. 1 on the US Billboard charts, and in what year was this accomplished?
45113. What famous star is Lorna Luft's mother? Lorna has a famous sister and this sister has been accused by her ex-husband of beating him.
45116. What is the only cartoon character to be officially drafted by the United States Marine Corps?
45118. What does the term CMYK refer to?
45119. Which country was deprived of land by Stalin's finger or is this a myth?
45120. If the definition of genetic engineering is altering or modifying the DNA of an organism in a way that does not occur naturally by mating or recombination, how is it different from hybridizing or cross-breeding?
45121. Who is Deep Bone?
45124. Who was the blind detective residing at 835 Charters Street, New Orleans, in a short-lived TV series of the 1970s?
45125. Who was the first female governor of an American State?
45128. During World War II how did Lucille Ball's dental work contribute to the war effort?
45130. What might Cunningham's skink be?
45133. Who was the first native born governor of Texas and what was his daughter's odd name?
45134. Which Englishman last managed a football side to win the league title?
45135. Are peanuts real nuts?
45136. Which actor has had the most leading film roles?
45137. When and where was the earliest use of a crossbow?
45138. What was the most expensive stage prop and how much?
45139. What is the last name of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and Prince Charles?
45141. Did 'The Cider House Rules' win any Oscars?
45143. Which Turkish city was once called Byzantium?
45144. What country did Marco Polo call home?
45145. What was the middle name of the famed American, John Coolidge?
45146. Do peanuts ripen in a tree, underground, or along the ground?
45149. Who photographed the band Cross Canadian Ragweed for the inside cover of their album 'Soul Gravy'?
45150. Did any actors or actresses on the TV show "Charmed" receive any awards or nominations?
45151. Near what major city is Dunlap, Illinois located?
45152. Is there a term for a statement that can be both true and false, such as "Nothing rhymes with orange"?
45153. In the US federal government, who was the first black member of the president's cabinet?
45156. Which Caribbean naval base was acquired by the United States in 1903?
45157. What was the collective name given to the 21 offspring of Mother Earth and The Sky?
45158. Having heard a 'wrong' answer given as 'right' on a recent TV quiz show, can anyone tell me how many kings called Edward have ruled England?
45160. The Pastor came to share some pasta (Cannelloni.) As we partook of it we discussed our favourite historical figures - Louis Pasteur for me; Boris Pasternak for the Pastor. We then adjourned to enjoy our pastime of painting. Whilst he mixed paints on a palette, I was working on my painting using a technique known as impasto. What is meant by "impasto"?
45161. Who was the only New Testament writer that was not Jewish?
45164. Oscar Hammerstein patented the first cigar-rolling machine in 1883. Was he related to Oscar Hammerstein II, the famous lyricist, and if so, how?
45166. What were the words to the theme song of the TV series 'Rupert The Bear'?
45168. Can horses see colours?
45169. What is a vigia? Careful now.
45170. Who was the first governor of Canada?
45172. What was Toronto, Canada originally called?
45174. What is the purple ink used to stamp meat usually made from?
45175. The Blues Brothers and Wayne's World both began as sketches on which US TV show?
45176. What is the name of the glass pipe shown in teenage movies for inhaling drugs? It is about 36 inches high and you light the bottom end.
45177. Can anyone find a connection between the author Marcel Pagnol and John F. Kennedy?
45178. Where in the Bible does it say that for a man to lie with a man as he would with a woman is an abomination?
45179. What were the names of Lot's wife and children?
45180. I'm reading the book 'Hannibal' at the moment and the word 'Mirandized' is in it. What does that word mean?
45181. How old does Lucille Ball claim she was when she began dying her hair red?
45182. What is the fourth most used language in the United States?
45183. What well known television celebrity currently on TV on a regular basis is featured as the world's largest bobble-head doll?
45184. What country produces the most silver in the world?
45185. What colour is tanzanite when it comes out of the ground?
45187. In what year did 3 points for a try become 4 in Rugby League?
45189. According to his song, how old was Al Jolson's 'Sonny Boy'?
45190. How did the bat become the logo of Bacardi rum?
45194. There was a time in the NBA when the backboards used to get shattered during games. What and when was something done to stop this from happening?
45196. Which English cricketer of the 1960's lost four toes in an accident?
45199. Did George III of England and Thomas Jefferson ever meet?
45200. Which future president of the United States, as a civilian, fought in the Boxer Rebellion?
45202. Of which ocean is the Bay of Fundy an inlet?
45203. According to Greek mythology who was the mother of the twins Castor and Pollux?
45204. Which cult TV series began its fourth season with an episode entitled 'Herrenvolk'?
45205. Which pop group performed as 'The Nobs' at a concert in Denmark in 1970 because of a threatened lawsuit if they performed under their own name?
45206. Who was assassinated by Christer Pettersson?
45207. Exactly where and under what circumstances did the former Vernon Wayne Howell meet his death?
45213. In biology, what is the reappearance of a trait that has not been seen for several generations called?
45215. Who was originally considered to be the creator of the painting 'The Massacre of the Innocents'?
45216. What was Potsy's real name?
45218. Where is the busiest branch of McDonalds in the world?
45219. From a recent pub quiz: In Roman numerals, why is IC not the correct answer for 99?
45221. Is there really scientific evidence for a young earth?
45222. Does HIV really cause AIDS?
45224. In our darkest hour, Winnie was to be seen with a cane in his right hand and a what in his left?
What company supplied them?
45226. Who were the youngest ever television hosts?
45227. What was the first commercial radio station in the United States?
45228. Who did Meredith MacRae replace on the TV show 'Petticoat Junction'?
45229. What British warship is mentioned in 'The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere'?
45230. Where did Herman Munster work, and what was the name of his boss?
45231. According to Mr. Pin, what was his middle name, and what was that of Mr. Tulip?
45233. Who were the two most powerful women pirates?
45234. What is the oldest known painting in the world that was done on canvas?
45235. Who or what was described as "a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma"?
45236. I know of two kosher McDonald's places in the world. One is in Mevaseret Zion, just outside Jerusalem. The other is in southern New Jersey, for some odd reason. Are there any others out there?
45237. Which singer stripped on Total Request Live in 2001 and was admitted to hospital a week later reportedly suffering from "exhaustion"?
45238. According to Geri Halliwell, who "was the first Spice Girl, the pioneer of our ideology, Girl Power"?
45239. Fleetwood Mac have only ever won one Grammy Award. What was it for?
45240. What is the most expensive piece of film memorabilia, and how much was paid for it?
45241. Why does giving someone a fright stop their hiccups?
45243. Who said, "It's not true that I said 'actors are cattle.' I said they should be treated like cattle"? Was it Alfred Hitchcock?
45244. What six elements make up over 95% of all living things?
45245. How did the Ancient Greeks write their numbers?
45246. What exactly did Miranda of the 'Miranda Rights' fame get away with?
45247. On "The Carol Burnett Show" what was the name of Vicki Lawrence's character when she played Carol's sister?
45249. Name the rugby player born 9 March 1970, weighs 119 kg, nicknamed Goofy?
45250. What is a deipnosophist?
45251. Qin Shi Huang was responsible for building a major landmark in China. By what name is he better known?
45252. Why was the practice of "bound feet" started in China?
45253. Where is Michelangelo's statue of David displayed?
45254. Who said, "A dictatorship is a heck of a lot easier, there is no question about it"?
45255. Which constellation was known as the "claws of the scorpion"?
45256. Who wrote the recently released biography of Australian author Colin Thiele, entitled
"Can I Call You Colin?"
45257. In the Dr. Seuss story 'Horton Hatches the Egg' what type of creature is Horton?
45258. Which film tells the story of Sally Bowles?
45259. What was the profession of Sir George Gilbert Scott?
45260. On which river does Baghdad stand?
45261. How are the Islas Malvinas better known?
45262. Which movie is based on events that occurred on St. Valentine's Day, 1900?
45263. Where did the term "going gaga" originate?
45264. According to the Whittacker system, what are the five kingdoms of the living world?
45265. Which statesman announced to Europe that he was a type of pastry?
45266. In the movie 'Rocky' what was the name of the meat packing company where Rocky trained?
45267. Besides the sun, what is the closest star to the Earth?
45268. Why don't the tires blow out when an airplane lands?
45269. Just watched a programme about this man on TV and thought this a wonderful piece of trivia. What was the name of the first wife of Herod the Great?
45270. Where are the Badlands?
45271. What are the benefits of health balls?
45272. Where does the Phillips head screwdriver get its name?
45273. What movie star once got a job as team manager for veteran auto racer Mario Andretti?
45274. What is the term coined by the staff of Goldman Sachs for bonds that were thought to be dead and on which trading was later resumed?
45275. What is the name of the Keebler elf who is head baker?
45276. What four games did Bill and Ted play against Death to win their freedom in the movie "Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey"?
45277. What is the passage in a volcano that magma flows to the surface through called?
45278. What mineral is the most common source of iron and steel?
45279. What is clom?
45280. As we all know, when settlers first came to countries such as Canada, there were Aboriginals or First Nations already living there. From where and from what descent were they?
45282. The father sang the soundtrack, while the daughter played the lead female role. Which movie am I talking about?
45283. What was cartoon character Sam Valiant's occupation?
45285. Baloo may be out of touch with some elements of 'real' life. What is a Keebler elf?
45286. How many rooms does the Buckingham Palace have?
45287. In the Beligian city of Liege a unique method of delivering the mail was attempted but failed. What did they try?
45288. How did the Sopwith Camel get its name?
45289. In Melville's novel 'Moby Dick' who is the voice of reason?
45290. Which US president's wife, Caroline, turned the White House into a garden spot with hundreds of orchids?
45291. Which was the first jazz album to sell a million copies?
45292. The perpetrator's identity remains a mystery, but whose remains were removed from a grave and not recovered for eleven days?
45293. Which US president's wife was the first to live in the White House?
45294. What is portenteous about today, the 15th of March?
45295. What is the origin of the word 'cartoon'?
45296. Which unique mail delivery method was tried on a Scottish island, but also failed?
45297. Not included east, west, south or north, how many counties in the UK end in shire, e.g. Yorkshire?
45298. How many districts in the UK are there that contain the word dale, e.g. Warfedale?
45300. In which Oxford street can you see a ten foot headless shark?
45301. What is a cicatrice?
45302. Of which country was Milton Obate president?
45303. Who founded Singapore in 1819?
45304. What was the soldier Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar more commonly known as?
45305. Who are the only two US presidents buried in Arlington National Cemetery?
45307. What is the name of the dog in 'Men in Black 2'?
45308. What was the name of Kal-El's dog?
45309. Was Manfred von Richthofen a real Baron, or was it merely a nickname?
45311. How do submerged submarines communicate?
45313. What was the first website ever created?
45315. In the comic strip 'Get Fuzzy' what is the name of Satchel's father?
45316. What is the favorite Major League Baseball team of Satchel in the comic strip 'Get Fuzzy'?
45319. What is the maximum number of days that a United States president could theoretically remain in office?
45321. When starting a computer, why is this called "booting it"?
45322. When was the symbol for the concept 'zero' first used?
45324. What was the nationality of the first ever Grand Prix winner?
45325. What is the name of the lake that appears on the back of the Canadian $20.00 bill, editions 1969 and 1979?
45326. Who sculpted Detroit's famous fist memorial to boxing great Joe Louis?
45327. Which US president was the first ever to be photographed in the White House?
45328. Who was elected president of the United States when the radio was first used to announce the election results?
45329. What disappeared in 1795 and again in 1939?
45330. In which area of British influence was the Ackey used as a currency?
45333. What is the origin of the Hard Rock Cafe name?
45334. What connects a rod and three ulna?
45336. What does the "M&M" that is printed on chocolate M&M's stand for?
45337. Rumour has it that the word "Mafia" is an acronym but we all know this not to be the case. What is this false phrase that many a book tries to get us to believe?
45338. What is the term used for the fear of rabies?
45339. Which is the world's biggest cat?
45341. Which is the world's most richly endowed museum?
45344. Who played and when was the first English Football League game to be played on a Sunday?
45345. What was the nickname of landscape gardener Lancelot Brown?
45346. What very infamous book was never written?
45347. Lana Lang was Kal-el's first love but who did she marry?
45348. Did Superman ever marry Lois Lane?
45349. What United States presidents, if any, have had a child while in office?
45350. What does MENSA mean?
45351. In the novel 'Gulliver's Travels' what was Gulliver's Christian name?
45352. What year saw the birth of Issac Newton and the death of Galileo?
45353. Which Oscar winning actor was born Reginald Truscott-Jones?
45354. Of which country was King Zog monarch?
45356. What is the most distant known object in our solar system to orbit the sun?
45357. What year was the first penny made?
45359. When were silver dollars first issued in the United States and how much would one be worth now?
45360. Some people claim they have a camera that takes pictures of your aura. How do those cameras work?
45361. How do fish fill their bladder so fast?
45364. Which diamond is the world's largest and where is it kept?
45365. What is the little capsule inside a Guinness bottle in the United States, CO2?
45367. What are the properties of a Z particle?
45370. How did baseball's World Series get its name when the teams that contest it are predominately American?
45371. In which year did the Teletubbies first make their UK TV appearance?
45372. What connects Alfred Hitchcock, Barry Foster and Michael Caine?
45373. Who was the first to win three consecutive Emmy awards for Best Actor in a Drama?
45374. The ancient city of Turicum is now the site of what European city?
45375. Who is Luke Skywalker's and Princess Leia's mother?
45376. What are the names of all five of the bounty hunters that Darth Vader hires?
45378. Who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964?
45379. What can you tell me about the Great Monarch Michael?
45380. How many words were contained in the shortest US Presidential Inauguration speech?
45381. Which is the world's shortest river?
45383. What is so interesting about the building at 23 Leinster Gardens, Bayswater London?
45384. How old was King Richard II's second wife Isabelle when they married?
45386. Does the well known saying "Open Sesame" have anything to do with sesame seeds?
45389. Which male tennis player has won two grand slams?
45391. Henry VIII had one son. What was his name and which one of Henry's six wives was his mother?
45394. Is glass a solid or a liquid?
45395. What is Deoxyribonucleic acid better known?
45396. Who wrote the World War I poem 'The Soldier'?
45397. How is the rose bay shrub otherwise known?
45398. What was Wagner's last opera?
45400. What is a Shakespeare garden?
45403. In what country was Rose DeWitt Bukater born?
45404. What is shackle poisoning?
45405. What does HOG stand for when referring to motorbikes?
45406. What are strangles?
45407. I have been told that a male giraffe's horns point outwards in a V shape and a females horns point inwards. Is this true?
45408. What was the working title of the book 'The Happy Hooker' by Xaviera Hollander?
45409. Name the song, album, group and year? "Claymore cut and thrust and I fell doon before him round his feet."
45410. Which of the following energy giants is incorrectly matched with its nation of origin: Petronas - Malaysia, Total - Sweden, or Sinoper - China?
45412. In which country was the world's biggest school internet project launched in September 1998: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, or France?
45413. Who is the best-selling author of fortune-telling books: Kazuko Hosoki, Cheiro, or J.M Coetzee?
45415. What was the name of the pub in the movie 'The Quiet Man' starring John Wayne?
45418. Where is 'Club 33' and why is it so exclusive?
45419. Which other entertainers died in the 1963 plane crash that killed Patsy Cline?
45420. Which woman has the biggest breasts in the world?
45421. Providing the relevant dates for each, which country was declared a Republic first - North Korea or South Korea?
45422. How did the city of Saragossa get its name?
45423. Who released a song called 'Calypso'?
45424. Who was the lead singer for The Dave Clark Five?
45429. Jules Verne wrote about the submarine Nautilus in his book "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea." What animal did he base his design on?
45430. Do any known animals have four horns on their head?
45432. Who was Gelert?
45433. What island was known as Mona?
45434. Two members of which famous rock group were once in a band called Fritz?
45435. Where was John Milton's masque Camus first performed?
45437. What freshwater mammal is venomous?
45440. Why and how do cats purr?
45441. In 'Oliver Twist' did Fagin have a first name?
45443. How did Hernando Cortes' journey affect Europe?
45444. What is a sociogram?
45448. What is the only bone in the human body that does not touch another bone?
45449. What was the likely purpose of the human appendix?
45451. Which blood type is the rarest?
45452. What was the name of Magellan's fleet on his voyage around the world?
45453. What man formalized the first rules of golf, and where and why was this done?
45454. Which king of England was the eldest son of John of Gaunt?
45455. How are the Cistercians of the Strict Observance commonly known?
45457. Is the UK the only country in the world that has a three-pin plug system?
45458. Which prominent couple separated on the sixth anniversary of their engagement?
45459. Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri was the 1946 setting for the introduction into the English language of which phrase?
45460. What name is given to the bull-fighting arena where the bull stands its ground?
45461. What is an elver ladder and where was Australia's first one constructed?
45462. Would a person with a chromosomal aneuploidy of XYX be considered male or female?
45463. When the IRA decided to have a rising over Easter in 1916, they kicked off proceedings by shooting an unarmed policeman standing on duty outside Dublin Castle. What was his name?
45466. Which of the Great Lakes was named by the French after a prominent Indian tribe?
45467. What lake was formed by the damming of the Colorado River with Hoover Dam?
45468. What scientist and pacifist wrote 'Why War'?
45469. What is the largest elected legislative body in the world?
45470. Which country produces more feature-length films than any other country: United States, France, Germany, or India?
45472. Which Italian writer is chiefly known for the Decameron?
45473. By what title was Prince Gautama Siddhartha known?
45474. What activity did Benjamin Franklin often engage in that today is considered politically incorrect?
45475. In Carribean history who was Queen Nanny?
45476. Why do we cry?
45478. What famous director is credited with the movies 'Rear Window,' 'Vertigo,' and 'Psycho'?
45479. At the time of the French Revolution what was the Bastille used as?
45481. Pope John Paul II has just become the third longest man to serve as Pope. Who where the two Popes that have served longer?
45482. What did Cameron Forbes, Leonard Wood, William Taft and Frank Murphy all have in common?
45483. Who was the main character on the old TV sitcom 'December Bride' and who played her?
45484. What musical instrument is named for the Greek Muse of heroic poetry?
45486. Who founded China?
45487. What is ESPN short for?
45488. Where is the Great Neff?
45490. Who won the popular vote at the 1876 US presidential election?
45491. Who released the 1970 album 'Lies' and what was its purpose?
45492. What does EPNS stand for?
45494. What is a tilde ~ used for?
45495. Which US lawyer wrote 'Unsafe at Any Speed' which led to car safety legislation?
45496. Which Spanish priest was the founder of the Jesuits?
45497. Who chooses the secretary general of the United Nations Organization and how?