Special Sub-Topic: For Bob Dylan's Birthday
|Who is the Roman god of wine?|
|This poisonous flower of the dogbane family is the same name as an alternative rock band. What is this flower's name?|
|This man, often nicknamed the Thin White Duke, wrote a song for Bob Dylan titled 'Song for Bob Dylan'. Give me his last name.|
|This petite general gained power in France shortly after Robespierre was executed. Give me his last name.|
Bonaparte & Napoleon Bonaparte. Better known as Napoleon.
|This is the huge ash tree in Norse mythology that will bind heaven, hell, and earth together. What is its name? Warning: this one is pretty hard to spell.|
|0.10 meters = 1?|
|There are two spellings of the word for the traditional skullcaps worn by Orthodox and Conservative Jewish men. Give either spelling.|
yarmulke & yarmelke & yarmolke & yarmulky & yarmelky.
|Which branch of American government was created by the first article of the Constitution?|
|What is the first name of the male character in 'Bye Bye Birdie' who sings the song 'Put on a Happy Face'?|
Albert. Albert J. Peterson, to be exact.
|Once upon a time, William Safire wrote a speech for former vice president Spiro Agnew. He used a particular piece of alliteration. What letter begins each word in said piece of alliteration?|
N. Agnew's speech spoke of 'nattering nabobs'. Not something you'd associate with Mr. Dylan, but ah well.
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