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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
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?
c. Sinai Peninsula
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
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
Whose first single was called "Austin"?
a. Ricky Skaggs
b. Blake Shelton
c. Terri Clark
d. Tracy Lawrence
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
Who plays the role of D. B. Russell on the show CSI?
a. Ted Danson
b. David Niven
c. Robert Hall
d. Chad Lowe
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
Farmers in remote regions often use propane rather than natural
a. It's less expensive.
b. It's portable.
c. It's renewable.
d. It's cleaner.
Mick Jagger and his fellow Rolling Stones nearly played the
ultraviolent droogs in what film?
a. A Clockwork Orange
c. Atlas Shrugged
d. The Fountainhead
If Yosemite Sam really were from Yosemite National Park, what state
would he call home?
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
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
Nobody agrees on the most commonly spoken word, but most sources
agree on the most commonly written word. What word is this?
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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