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Yasir Arafat - Forbidden from carrying in the actual gun, he said, 'Today I have come bearing an olive branch and a freedom fighter's gun. Do not let the olive branch fall from my hand.'In 1974, who addressed the UN General Assembly wearing a gun holster ... accessorized with a gun?

       a. Nelson Mandela
       b. Yasir Arafat
       c. Fidel Castro
       d. Jesse Helms

Turkey - It is known locally as Agri Dagi and is in an Armenian region of Turkey around Lake Van, although some translations put it in Kurdish Turkey.Mount Massis is believed to be Mount Ararat, where Noah's ark ended up. If so, in what modern-day place would Noah have found himself?

       a. Turkey
       b. Iraq
       c. Sinai Peninsula
       d. Iran

Testing 1-2-3 - He thinks it might also be qwertyuiop. The man is truly a poet.In 1971, Ray Tomlinson sent the first e-mail message. He's not sure what it said, but which of these has he mooted as a possibility?

       a. Testing 1-2-3
       b. What hath God wrought
       c. One small step for a man, ...
       d. A brave new world

Pigeon shooting	 - Nearly 300 birds were killed during the release-and-shoot competition, 21 by Lunden alone.In 1900, Belgium's Leon de Lunden became the only person to win an Olympic event for killing something. In what event was he competing?

       a. Fox hunting
       b. Sport angling
       c. Pigeon shooting
       d. Bullfighting

Blake Shelton - Blake released this song in 2001. Whose first single was called "Austin"?

       a. Ricky Skaggs
       b. Blake Shelton
       c. Terri Clark
       d. Tracy Lawrence

Travis Tritt - Travis has also appeared on numerous television shows including Touched by an Angel and The Girls Next Door.Which country music star appeared in the films "Blues Brothers 2000" and "The Cowboy Way"?

       a. Travis Tritt
       b. Ricky Skaggs
       c. Buddy Jewel
       d. Easton Corbin

Ted Danson - D. B. Russell is the night supervisor. Russell has one son and is married. Who plays the role of D. B. Russell on the show CSI?

       a. Ted Danson
       b. David Niven
       c. Robert Hall
       d. Chad Lowe

Yadier Molina - Molina also won the award in 2010 and 2011. He catches for the St. Louis Cardinals.Which MLB catcher won the Gold Glove Award (National League) in 2008 and 2009?

       a. Brad Ausmus
       b. Charles Johnson
       c. Yadier Molina
       d. Mike Lieberthal

It's portable. - Propane can be transported in various kinds of special tanks. These tanks can be hooked to everything from barbeques to vehicles.Farmers in remote regions often use propane rather than natural gas. Why?

       a. It's less expensive.
       b. It's portable.
       c. It's renewable.
       d. It's cleaner.

A Clockwork Orange - There was even talk of a Beatles' soundtrack. But having sold the rights for $500, Anthony Burgess got no money for the Kubrick version of his book, which he hated.Mick Jagger and his fellow Rolling Stones nearly played the ultraviolent droogs in what film?

       a. A Clockwork Orange
       b. 1984
       c. Atlas Shrugged
       d. The Fountainhead

California - It's in the Sierra Nevada range. Yosemite, by the way, means 'grizzly bear'.If Yosemite Sam really were from Yosemite National Park, what state would he call home?

       a. California
       b. Texas
       c. Arizona
       d. Wyoming

Thomas Jefferson - His comments opposing slavery, in particular, were awkward.Who wrote most of the Declaration of Independence, only to see much of it rewritten by a committee?

       a. Thomas Paine
       b. Benjamin Franklin
       c. Thomas Jefferson
       d. George Washington

Scientology - He recycled ideas he'd worked with in his bad space opera books.L Ron Hubbard once joked at a 1950 authors' convention that, "If a man really wants to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion." And that's exactly what he did. What organization did Hubbard create four years later?

       a. Latter-Day Saints
       b. Christian Science
       c. Scientology
       d. Episcopalianism

The - According to the OED, 'be' is #2.Nobody agrees on the most commonly spoken word, but most sources agree on the most commonly written word. What word is this?

       a. The
       b. And
       c. Of
       d. That

Happy Birthday - The song should have been in public domain by 1991, but Warner Brothers got its hands on it.Written by Kentucky schoolteachers Mildred and Patty Hill in the 1890s, what song's copyright doesn't expire until at least 2030?

       a. Happy Birthday
       b. Ninety-Nine Bottles of Beer on the Wall
       c. Star-Spangled Banner
       d. Take Me Out to the Ballgame

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