2021-07-21 Trivia Quiz

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2021-07-21 Trivia Quiz

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Life is a Highway, in the movie cars was sung by?

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Actor Vin Diesel picked that name while working as a bouncer before making it big in Hollywood. What is his given birth name?

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Finish the lost Bob Seger lyrics: 'And those Hollywood nights in those Hollywood hills, she was looking so right in her...'?

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Who discovered radium?

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F&L This political figure

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What James was during the acquisition of Florida from Spain?

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Who famously said, 'Imagination is more important than knowledge'?

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'You learned the two greatest thing in life, never rat on your friends, and always keep your mouth shut'?

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Lombardy region is in?

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1967 Bobbie Gentry song, who jumped off the Tallahatchie Bridge?

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Super Bowl XXII MVP Washington 42-10?

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What Playboy playmate was the Tool Time Girl on Home Improvement?

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Oskar Schindler's wife's name?

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When it broke away from the Soviet Union, what became the 9th largest country in land mass?

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In Toy Story Two, what is Woody's horse's name?

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What rock musician became the first to appear on the covers of Time and Newsweek magazines during the same week?

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What is the term for a small program that allows a piece of hardware to operate in a computer system?

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In the film Unforgiven, retired gunslinger William Munny takes a job with the help of The Schofield Kid and his old partner. What was the first name of William's old partner?

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Who's nicknamed the Hick from French Lick?

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Who wrote; 'History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right'?

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2020-08-18 Trivia Quiz

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2020-08-18 Trivia Quiz

Online trivia. Recap by JerryH. Quiz created by JoeF

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Which former NFL player has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?

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What is the name of Captain Laland Stottlemeyer's quirky detective assistant on the TV show Monk?

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Pete Rose played for all but which team during his MLB career?

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Name the Midwest rocker that sang, 'She stood there bright as the sun on that California coast. He was a Midwestern boy on his own...'?

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In alphabetical order, what four states make up the Four Corners intersection of the U.S?

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Where did Rev. Martin Lutheran King, Jr. deliver his famous 'I Have a Dream' speech?

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Carl Weathers played which character in the movie Happy Gilmore?

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Which is considered a metamorphic rock?

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Who took over hosting duties after Regis Philbin departed Who Wants to Be Millionaire?

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'Eleven plus two' is an anagram of what other mathematical equation?

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Most of us are familiar with the song 'Always Something There To Remind Me' by Naked Eyes. Who was the first to record the song in 1963?

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Hall of Fame tight end Mike Ditka played for all but which team during his 12-year career?

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In the classic movie Superman, where does Lex Luthor direct a missile toward?

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When he legally changed his name to Elton John, what did he change his middle name to?

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Name the continent?

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What is the name of the Frasier TV theme song?

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Our 14th President was a classmate of Nathaniel Hawthorne and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Who was our 14th President?

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Spelled correctly, who performed the mega hit song Let It Go from Disney's Frozen?

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Which colorful children's game was invented in 1945 by a resting polio patient?

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A nephron is the basic structural and functional unit of which human body part?

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In what year was the film Weird Science starring Anthony Michael Hall released?

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2020-08-25 Trivia Quiz

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2020-08-25 Trivia Quiz

Online trivia. Recap by JerryH. Quiz created by JoeF

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Which actor has not played the role of James Bond?

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Which professional athlete never had an 'Iron' nickname?

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This word is defined as, 'Any of various other fabrics of silk, linen, wool, etc., in use at different periods.'?

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On Grey's Anatomy, which doctor contributed to Cristina Yang's pregnancy?

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F&L

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Which drink used the slogan Obey Your Thirst?

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'Johnny was a schoolboy, when he heard his first Beatles song. Love Me Do, I think it was and from there it didn't take him long.'?

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Who was President from 1861 - 1865?

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What is the real name of rapper, producer, and entrepreneur Jay-Z?

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What was the name of Inspector Gadget's mad nemesis?

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In Wall Street, Bud Fox got a stock tip from his dad, Carl, who worked at which airline?

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Which living creatures are considered to be Gastropods?

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Which album did the RIAA award as the first official gold album in 1958?

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What jersey number did all-time Green Bay Packer great Bart Starr wear?

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F&L

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What author helped make the phrase 'raining cats and dogs' popular after publishing the Complete Collection of Genteel and Ingenious Conversation?

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Who was the host of the popular 70s TV game show Let's Make A Deal?

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In 1927, Joseph Stalin expelled what leader from the Central Committee of the Communist Party in the Soviet Union?

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What is Riley's favorite sport in the Pixar film Inside Out?

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What country does the Mexican state Quintana Roo border?

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What year were the Oscars first televised in color?

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2020-09-01 Trivia Quiz

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2020-09-01 Trivia Quiz

Online trivia. Recap by JerryH. Quiz created by JoeF

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The phrase 'It doesn't get any better than this' was used to promote which brew?

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In the classic cartoon, Rocky & Bullwinkle's arch enemies come from where?

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We've all been riding down the road, listening to a ball game on AM radio...what does AM stand for?

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What actor portrays Miss Daisy's son, Boolie Werthan, in the film Driving Miss Daisy?

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F&L

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MCO is the airport code for what U.S. based international airport?

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Which album holds the record for most weeks at number one on the Billboard 200 Chart with 54 weeks?

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How many amendments are there to the U.S. Constitution?

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When talking about something that is idiopathic, what are you?

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John Dunbar, a soldier who begins a new life with Sioux Indians, is the subject of what Oscar winning film?

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Using her pen name Abigail Van Buren, who founded the advice column Dear Abby?

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What is the mascot for Brigham Young University?

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In the movie Bull Durham, what did a player receive for hitting a home run that hit the bull above the right field fence?

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A male rabbit is called a buck; a female rabbit is called a doe. What are baby rabbits called?

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Name this Country

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'Hush little baby don't say a word and never mind that noise you heard, It's just the beast under your bed.' Song title?

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Who said 'Who said, 'How do you tell a Communist? Well, it’s someone who reads Marx and Lenin. And how do you tell an anti-Communist? It’s someone who understands Marx and Lenin'?

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What is the smallest continent on Earth?

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The Individual Medley features four competitive swimming strokes; which one is always first?

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What TV show is set in the fictional town of Charming, California?

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In what year was The Goonies released?

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2020-09-29 Trivia Quiz

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2020-09-29 Trivia Quiz

Online trivia. Recap by JerryH. Quiz created by JoeF

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In what Austrian city was The Sound of Music filmed?

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Legendary linebacker Dick Butkus was drafted by and played for what team?

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'Don't just travel, travel right.' Has been the slogan for which company?

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What is the name of the Manhattan cafe in New York's West Village where the Frends gang hangs out?

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F&L Spelled Correctly

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Just before his death, it was revealed that Johnny Carson sometimes wrote jokes for what other late night talk show host?

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Steve Clark, Rick Allen, and Phil Collen rocked the 80s in what group?

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Who did Valery Solanas shoot June 3, 1968?

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Which Mission-Impossible actor named his daughter Reignbeau?

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What actor was best known for playing the role of Detective Columbo?

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In National Lampoon's Vacation, what was the name of Aunt Edna's dog that Clark tied to the car bumper and then forgot about?

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A squared plus B squared equals C squared is also known as what?

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What is the lost lyric 'Blue jean baby, L.A. lady, seamstress for the band. Pretty eyed, _______ smile, you'll marry a music man.'?

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Alex Rodriguez agreed to wear No. 13 on his jersey when he joined the New York Yankees because his number was already retired in honor of whom?

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F&L of this Crooner

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What is the most prominent name used for the F-117 stealth aircraft?

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In 1980, what president revealed his plan to reinstate selective service draft registration?

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What was the name of the butler on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air?

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What late comedian is the voice of Mr. Potato Head in the Toy Story films?

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Black Elk Peak, originally called Harney Peak, is the highest natural point in which of the United States?

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In what year was the film 'That Thing You Do' starring Tom Hanks released ?

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2020-09-22 Trivia Quiz

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2020-09-22 Trivia Quiz

Online trivia. Recap by JerryH. Quiz created by JoeF

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Brian Hugh Warner is the real name of what famous music icon?

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Regulation curling stones are made from from what, eh?

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Muddy Mudskipper is a character from which animated series?

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Billy Gibbons is a fixtures of what classic rock group?

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Which of the Great Lakes is entirely bordered by the United States?

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Which European city was divided by a wall separating the success of capitalism in the west and the ruins of communism in the east?

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Which artist/group has never sang a title track for a James Bond film?

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Which is not considered an SI base unit?

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What insurance company received all five Golden Tickets in The Office episode that Michael Scott dressed up as Willy Wonka?

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What novel begins with the line, "Call me Ishmael"

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Xzibit's song The Foundation samples what Billy Joel song?

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Babe Ruth was the first Major League player to swat 50 home runs in a season. Who was the second player to accomplish this?

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Who portrays Nick Marshall in the film What Women Want?

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Which has not been a Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor?

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Dead or Alive?

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On the classic cartoon Fat Albert, which character wore a pink stocking cap over part of his face?

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What individual is largely responsible for the early formation of the Library of Congress?

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Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington's directorial debut occurred with what film?

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What automobile company began selling its Lexus line of automobiles in 1989?

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How many elements exist in nature as diatomic molecules ?

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How many different definitions does the word 'set' have in the Oxford English Dictionary?

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2020-09-18 Trivia Quiz

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2020-09-15 Trivia Quiz

Online trivia. Recap by JerryH. Quiz created by JoeF

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What was the name of Ariel's goofy seagull friend in Disney's The Little Mermaid?

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In what year did Babe Ruth play his last professional baseball game?

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Elton John and Bernie Taupin originally wrote Candle In the Wind to honor what actress?

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Who had the face that launched a thousand ships?

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Who is this wizard

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What part of the body does bulbar polio attack?

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On the show Criminal Minds, what is Dr. Reid's first name?

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The Fontana di Trevi is a famous Italian fountain located in what city?

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The Men in Black films are an adaptation of a comic book series of the same name. Which comic book company owns the rights to the Men in Black comics?

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From 2007 to 2014, what actor was the main voice of Hyundai commercials?

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Fill in this lost lyric from Alan Jackson, 'Just an old half ton short bed Ford ____ ____ bought new in 64.'?

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In the classic sitcom Alice, Mel's Diner was located in what city?

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Which state does not border Idaho?

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According to NASA, which planet in our solar system has a day longer than its year?

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Name this Island Republic

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Which John Steinbeck novel tells the story of a family's journey to California during the Great Depression?

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What Spanish explorer discovered the Mississippi River?

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What artist performed the song Holding Out for a Hero on the original Footloose movie soundtrack?

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Between Carl Edwards and Jeff Burton, they drove what NASCAR number to victory 40 times?

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Duran Duran performed the title track for which 80's film?

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Throughout his 19 year career with the Atlanta Braves, how many At Bats did Chipper Jones have?

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2021-05-12 Trivia Quiz

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2021-05-12 Trivia Quiz

Online trivia. Recap by JerryH. Quiz created by JoeF

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What group, usually referred to by abbreviation, had a big hit with the tune You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet?

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Phil Hartman was the regular voice of which unforgettable character on The Simpsons?

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Ni is the atomic symbol for what?

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Marisa Tomei won an Academy Award for her role in what film?

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F&L

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What is the capital of New Zealand?

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Name the line-dance classic: "I'm going on a party ride... I've got to groove, groove, groove"

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Which land did Cyrus the Great rule?

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Which is not one of the four ghosts in the iconic video game Pac-Man?

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In what movie were the hit songs ''The Heat Is On'' by Glenn Frey and ''The Neutron Dance'' by the Pointer Sisters both originally featured?

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The Broadway musical Hamilton is loosely based on a biography written by whom?

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Of the four Grand Slam Tournaments in tennis, which is the only one played on a clay court?

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Which Golden Girl played a biology teacher in the box office flop Starship Troopers?

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How many gallons of air does the average adult human inhale on a daily basis?

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Asian region

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In the song One of Us, by Joan Osborne, no one would be calling on the phone except maybe for ___ ___ ___ ___?

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What best-selling author created a fictitious religion called Bokononism?

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Canada borders four of the five Great Lakes. Which one does it miss out on?

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For whom is the Heisman Trophy named (First and Last)?

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In 2009, Susan Boyle made headlines around the world after appearing on what show?

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In what year was Sandra Bullock born?

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2021-05-19 Trivia Quiz

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2021-05-19 Trivia Quiz

Online trivia. Recap by JerryH. Quiz created by JoeF

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Which former Batman appears as a villain in Spider-Man: Homecoming?

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Where were the 2012 Summer Olympics held?

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With no disguise, what group filled our eyes with that Double Vision?

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Which explorer searched for the Fountain of Youth?

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Name this structure

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Electrum is a natural alloy including gold and what?

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Murray was the name of the dog on which TV show?

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According to nationaalatlas.gov, which state is the smallest in terms of total area?

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In which Broadway musical is the song I Feel Pretty performed?

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Who makes the A380 jet aircraft?

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What American city is mentioned on the first line of Back In The USSR?

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What should one call a group of kittens?

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If you intend on kissing the Blarney Stone you need to be at the Blarney Castle located in?

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Which group performed the opening theme for the show Party of Five?

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Name this Nation

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First published in 1949, who wrote the bestselling book 1984 (F&L)?

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As the invading British army approached Washington during the War of 1812, who fled in a wagon full of valuables including the priceless portrait of George Washington?

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How Do I Live was a pop hit originally released by LeAnn Rimes. Who followed it up by hitting the country charts with the same song?

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What former Orioles 1st round draft pick set an AL record by winning 11 or more games 17 years in a row?

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What famous character had a horse named Tornado?

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How many times did the Ballycastle Bats win the Quidditch League in the Harry Potter novels?

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2021-05-05 Trivia Quiz

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2021-05-05 Trivia Quiz

Online trivia. Recap by JerryH. Quiz created by JoeF

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Which Big Bang Theory actor had a cameo role in the 2011 film The Muppets?

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She may be the most decorated figure skater in US history but she never won an Olympic gold. Who is she?

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Which 90s group sang, ''We'll walk upon the water we'll rise above this mess. With a little peace, and some harmony, we'll take the world together.''?

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He served as Vice President under John Adams and then became our 3rd President. Who is he?

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Hey, I just met you. What's my name?

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According to the USGS, how much bigger is a magnitude 8 earthquake than a magnitude 4 earthquake?

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Which actor portrayed Dr. Foreman on House?

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Waterloo Station is a major railway station and transport interchange complex located where?

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Which character from The Princess Bride tells us that he wears a mask because they are terribly comfortable and thinks everyone will be wearing them in the future?

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Which Sex and the City star had a supporting role in the original release of Footloose?

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Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell, and Dan Peek aren't siblings, however they are members of which golden group?

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Which state does NOT border British Columbia, Canada?

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In season 5 of The West Wing, whose character was nominated for a Supreme Court Justice?