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Missile-A-Knee-Us Trivia #2
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"Hi! This quiz is another collection of miscellaneous trivia on a variety of topics. I hope you enjoy this challenge!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
President Obama has a relative named Maya Soetoro-Ng. What relation is she?
Who said "I'm the president of the United States and I'm not going to eat any more broccoli"?
George H.W. Bush
George W. Bush
Who was famous for saying "A billion dollars isn't worth what it used to be"? It's just plain that not everyone will "get" this.
J. Paul Getty
John D. Rockefeller
What Soviet leader was training to be a priest when he got interested in Marxism and became a Communist leader? Don't hesitate when answering. Stalling is not allowed.
On the old cartoon show "Top Cat", shown from 1961 to 1962, the cats included Top Cat, Benny the Ball, Choo-Choo, Spook, Fancy-Fancy, and Brain. Who was the neighborhood police officer that kept track of them?
On July 8, 2012, an actor died. This man was an actor in film and television for six decades. He won an Oscar in 1955 for his part in "Marty". He played Quinton McHale on "McHale's Navy" from 1962 to 1966. He co-starred in the 80's show "Airwolf" and did Mermaid Man on "SpongeBob SquarePants". Who was this actor?
Who was the first female singer to register 30 top ten hits on Billboard's Hot 100 list?
Looking at Madonna, she has the same number of number one albums on Billboard's Top 200 Albums Chart as Janet Jackson, who also has five, but there is one female singer who has more number one albums than either of them. Who would that be?
In 1982, doctors at the University of Utah Medical Center implanted an artificial heart into the chest of a retired dentist. He lived 112 days with that heart. What was the patient's name?
Dr. Richard Kimble
Dr. Benjamin Spock
Dr. Don Genovese
Dr. Barney Clark
In what movie did Arnold Schwarzenegger play a man who became pregnant?
In 1922, this swimmer broke Duke Kahanamoku's world record on the 100-meters freestyle, swimming it in 58.6 seconds. He defeated Kahanamoku to win gold in the 100-meters freestyle in the Summer Olympics of 1924. Who was this man? Hint: He looked like Tarzan in the pool.
In what vehicle did O.J. Simpson go on his famous police chase on June 17, 1994?
In geometry, what is the name of ANY four-sided figure with four equal sides? Think this over - it's tricky for many. Some of them have four right angles, but others have acute and obtuse angles instead.
"DFW" is the airport code for what U.S. airport?
Dallas Fort Worth
There are five buildings that are so large, they have their own ZIP code. Four of them are the White House, the Empire State Building, the Willis (Sears) Tower, and the Focus on the Family Campus. What is the fifth building that has its own ZIP code?
Trump International Hotel and Tower
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