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2 Al Gore quizzes and 20 Al Gore trivia questions.
  Al Gore    
Multiple Choice
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A quiz on Bill Clinton's vice-president and the 45th Vice-President of the United States, Al Gore.
Tough, 10 Qns, AdmiralShark, Jul 10 07
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  Al Gore quotes    
Multiple Choice
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Many jokes have been told about quotes made by the likes of Dan Quayle, George W. Bush, etc, however few are ever told about the equally funny, and oft-times frighteningly revealing quotes from politicians on the left side of the aisle....
Tough, 10 Qns, pheil1, Apr 27 16
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Al Gore Trivia Questions

1. In what city was Al Gore born?

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Al Gore

Answer: Washington, D.C.

Al Gore was born in Washington DC on March 31, 1948 to Albert and Pauline Gore.

2. Finish the following quote by Al Gore, Jr.: "When my sister and I were growing up," Mr. Gore told a small audience made up mostly of women, "there was never any doubt in our minds that men and women were equal, ________."

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Answer: If not more so

Mr. Gore actually said this while campaigning on 08/11/00! Source: NY Times, 8/12/00. Way to go, Al!

3. What university did Gore graduate from in 1969?

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Answer: Harvard

Gore graduated from Harvard University in 1969 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. Gore's roommate at Harvard was actor Tommy Lee Jones.

4. Upon graduation, what branch of the military did Gore join?

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Answer: Army

Gore enlisted in the Army in August 1969 and did a tour of duty in Vietnam from January to May 1971 as an Army journalist. He was discharged in May 1971.

5. Here's a gimme. What did Al Gore claim to have 'taken the initiative in creating?'

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Answer: The internet

During an interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN on March 9, 1999, the good Senator was asked to describe what separated him from another Democratic presidential hopeful, former Sen. Bill Bradley of New Jersey. This was the funny, fateful answer he uttered. He had supported a technology bill which had, among other things, helped spawn the internet, but so had many other politicians. For him to say that he helped create it is hard to swallow.

6. In what Tennessee city did Gore work for the local newspaper as a political reporter?

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Answer: Nashville

Gore worked for the "Nashville Tennessean" from 1971 to 1976 covering local and state government affairs.

7. Al Gore, at a D.C fundraiser in June, 1998, was praising the exploits of NBA great Michael Jordan. Whose name did he utter, instead?

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Answer: Michael Jackson

Gore's misquote: "I tell you that Michael Jackson is unbelievable, isn't he? He's just unbelievable!"

8. Al Gore married his wife Tipper in 1970. What is Tipper's real first name?

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Answer: Mary

Gore married Mary Elizabeth Aitcheson in May 1970. They have four children together, three daughters (Karenna, Kristin, and Sarah) and a son (Al 3rd).

9. In a nationally televised political forum, Gore was asked to name a past US president who had inspired him. Whom did he cite?

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Answer: James Knox

Unfortunately, there has never been a US president named James Knox. He most likely meant James Knox Polk, who was the first US President to hail from Gore's home state of Tennessee. You'd think he'd know the name well.

10. How many terms did Gore serve in the U.S. House of Representatives?

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Answer: 4

Gore took over the House seat from Joseph Evins, who had represented the 4th district of Tennessee for 30 years and did not stand for re-election in 1976. Gore served four terms (eight years) in the House and then moved over to the U.S. Senate in 1985.

11. Al Gore ran into controversial rock star Courtney Love at a Hollywood function, and told her he was a huge fan of hers. Love asked him to name his favorite song. He couldn't. She then asked him to name any one of her songs. What was his response?

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Answer: I can't name a song, I'm just a really big fan.

Err, okay. Courtney Love, as many of you may know, was the lead singer of a band named Hole, and was once married to Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain.

12. In 1989, Gore wrote a book that became the first one to make the "New York Times" bestseller list by an incumbent U.S. Senator since John Kennedy. What was its title?

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Answer: Earth In The Balance

Gore's book talked about the ecological problems the world faces and ways how to deal with them.

13. On what show did Gore debate Ross Perot about the merits of the North American Free Trade Agreement NAFTA)?

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Answer: Larry King Live

NAFTA was a proposed agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada, which called for the eventual elimination of tariffs on goods shipped between the three countries. Perot opposed NAFTA and Gore (and the Clinton administration) supported it. Polls taken after their debate (held in 1993) favoured Gore as winning the debate. NAFTA was passed by both houses of Congress later in 1993.

14. Once, during the 2000 presidential campaign, and again once after the campaign, Gore appeared as a guest on what TV series?

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Answer: Futurama

Gore supplied his voice during the 2000 campaign to an episode that featured him as the head of the Vice-Presidential Action Rangers. In 2002, he supplied his voice again on an episode involving global warming.

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