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When did Neil Armstrong become the first man to step onto the
a. July 20, 1967
b. July 20, 1970
c. July 20, 1968
d. July 20, 1969
July 20, 1969 - Neil and crew returned to Earth on July 24.
What does a light-year measure?
Distance - A light-year is equal to just under six trillion miles.
It may take you just a few minutes to finish a meal, but how
long does it take your body to digest the food?
a. About 24 Hours
b. About 6 Hours
c. About 4 Hours
d. About 12 Hours
About 12 Hours - Digestion is the breakdown of food into smaller components that can be absorbed into
the blood stream.
Which car has been built more often than any other in the
a. Chevrolet Bel Air
c. Volkswagen Beetle
d. Ford Model T
Volkswagen Beetle - Since 1938, over 21 million Volkswagens have been manufactured.
How old was Michael Jackson when he died in 2009?
50 - Michael's 1982 album Thriller is the best-selling album of all time.
In a game of baseball, how many players are on the field?
9 - Although widely known as America's sport, baseball is played in several other countries as well.
The Latin phrase "Magnum Opus" means what in English?
b. Original Work
c. Great work
d. Buyer Beware
Great work - Often used to refer to the most renowned achievement of a writer, artist, composer or
What classical book, from 1953, opens with the line, "It was a
pleasure to burn."?
a. Nineteen Eighty-Four
b. Animal Farm
c. Brave New World
d. Fahrenheit 451
Fahrenheit 451 - Fahrenheit 451 was written by Ray Bradbury.
What cocktail consists of gin and dry vermouth?
a. My Fair Lady
b. Gin Sour
Gibson - An Alexander consists of equal parts gin and creme de cacao.
Released in 2001, what biopic movie saw Johnny Depp play a
cocaine importer named George Jung?
d. Vanilla Sky
Blow - Blow is based on the real life stories of George Jung, Pablo Escobar and Carlos Lehder Rivas.
Which explorer is credited with discovering Canada?
a. William Clark
b. Jacques Cartier
c. Percy Harrison Fawcett
d. Erik the Red
Jacques Cartier - Jacques was the first European to map the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
As of 2012, who is the only prime minister to receive the Nobel
a. Margaret Thatcher
b. Winston Churchill
c. Harold Macmillan
d. Neville Chamberlain
Winston Churchill - Winston received the prize for literature in 1953.
Before his premature death in 1991, Freddie Mercury was lead
singer for which band?
c. Jethro Tull
d. Deep Purple
Queen - Freddie died of bronchopneumonia brought on by AIDS at the age of 45.
What planet in our Solar System is known for its "Great Red
Jupiter - Jupiter is the largest planet in our Solar System.
Holden Caulfield is the main character in which of the
a. The Catcher in the Rye
b. The Great Gatsby
c. To Kill a Mockingbird
d. Lord of the Flies
The Catcher in the Rye - The Catcher in the Rye was written by J.D.Salinger in 1951.
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