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While studying law at Oxford, who sang lead for a rock band called
a. Keanu Reeves
b. Tony Blair
c. Jimmy Swaggart
d. Al Gore
If Hannibal the Cannibal is trying to match liver and fava beans
with a good Chianti, where should he buy his wine?
Patented in 1926 by Charles Brannock, of Syracuse, New York, a
brannock device is used by whom?
a. A car mechanic
b. A physician
c. A shoe salesman
d. A chef
In Copenhagen, it's called weinerbrod, meaning Vienna bread, and in
Vienna, it's called a Kopenhagen. What do we call it?
Shania Twain's real first name is Eileen. In what language does
"Shania" mean "I'm on my way"?
There isn't anything at all maternal about mummies. So why were
they called that?
a. They looked like they were coated with pitch
b. Mumtaz Mumal, was the first to study mummies
c. The first mummies were found in Mummia
d. They stay quiet, or "mum"
Using a left jab to Papa's jaw, which Canadian writer knocked down
Ernest Hemingway in a Paris boxing match in 1929?
a. Robertson Davies
b. Morley Callaghan
c. F. Scott Fitzgerald
d. Hugh MacLennan
What did the McCulloch Oil Corporation of Los Angeles buy in March
1968 for more than one million?
a. London Bridge
b. The Queen Mary cruise ship
c. The Hope Diamond
d. The first supersonic airplane
If Hollywood had existed in medieval Russia, which of these movies might have been made about Baba
Yaga the Bony Legged?
a. The Blair Witch Project
b. The Wizard of Oz
c. Nightmare on Elm Street
d. Gone with the Wind
Indiana Jones notwithstanding, many Rastafarians say the Ark of the
Covenant is in the Church of St Mary of Zion in Aksum, part of which country's Tigray province?
What is being "numbered" in the opening chapters of Numbers?
a. The Israelite tribes
b. The laws of God
c. The plagues upon Israel's enemies
d. The prophets
The majority of which company's shareholder votes are controlled by
an orphanage established by its childless founder?
Where would you have found the wicked party towns of Sodom and
a. In Babylon
b. Near the Dead Sea
c. In Egypt
d. In Persia
Where would you find macaques called Barbary apes, Europe's only
What three Biblical books, found after the five books of the
Pentateuch, gave Lyle Lovett the title for one of his albums?
a. Joshua, Judges, Ruth
b. Ezra, Numbers, Ezekiel
c. Jude, Acts, Job
d. Elijah, Chronicles, John
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