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11 days 5 hours - 2019-09-272 / 2Spec
What game show evolved from a 1970's pilot entitled "Shopper’s Bazaar"?
Answer: Wheel of Fortune
Answered by: charliebrown, Justmetoo
 
11 days 4 hours - 2019-09-272 / 5Spec
What is the scientific name for the yeast species that was the first to be declared an official state microbe in the U.S.? State?
Answer: Saccharomyces cerevisiae Oregon
Answered by: charliebrown, Justmetoo
 
11 days 21 hours - 2019-09-262 / 2charliebrown
What album did Nirvana's "Nevermind" knock from #1 on Billboard? artist?
Answer: Dangerous Michael Jackson
Answered by: Justmetoo, Spec
 
11 days 20 hours - 2019-09-262 / 3Justmetoo
In what religion was Adolph Hitler raised?
Answer: Roman Catholic
Answered by: charliebrown, Spec
 
11 days 20 hours - 2019-09-262 / 2charliebrown
After it was launched in 1982, what was derided by critics as "television you can wrap fish in"?
Answer: usa today
Answered by: Justmetoo, Spec
 
11 days 21 hours - 2019-09-262 / 3Spec
In what country are children's birthdays celebrated with a anthropomorphic cake that is ritually decapitated by the birthday boy or girl?
Answer: Denmark
Answered by: charliebrown, Justmetoo
 
11 days 19 hours - 2019-09-263 / 3Spec
What Italian dish's name means "trouser leg"?
Answer: calzone
Answered by: charliebrown, Justmetoo, Don
 
11 days 19 hours - 2019-09-262 / 2Spec
What iron ore is present in the human skull and brain, possibly allowing us the ability to sense the earth's magnetic fields?
Answer: magnetite
Answered by: Justmetoo, Don
 
11 days 17 hours - 2019-09-262 / 4Justmetoo
What disease has killed more people throughout history?
Answer: Malaria
Answered by: Spec, charliebrown
 
11 days 12 hours - 2019-09-263 / 5charliebrown
What luggage company uses the Eiffel Tower in its logo?
Answer: travelpro
Answered by: Justmetoo, Spec, Don
 
11 days 12 hours - 2019-09-263 / 3Justmetoo
What is the only Middle Eastern country without a desert?
Answer: Lebanon
Answered by: charliebrown, Spec, Don
 
11 days 13 hours - 2019-09-263 / 5charliebrown
Danish jewelry retailer or music streaming service?
Answer: Pandora
Answered by: Justmetoo, Spec, Don
 
11 days 8 hours - 2019-09-262 / 4Spec
What term is used for an inanimate object that can transfer an infectious disease from one animal to another?
Answer: fomite
Answered by: Justmetoo, charliebrown
 
11 days 8 hours - 2019-09-263 / 4Spec
Olympic Basketball: Which player led the 1992 U.S. "Dream Team" in scoring?
Answer: Charles Barkley
Answered by: Justmetoo, charliebrown, Don
 
11 days 17 hours - 2019-09-253 / 3Spec
What name was given to the backwards question mark that often punctuated the end of rhetorical questions in the early 17th century?
Answer: percontation point
Answered by: Justmetoo, charliebrown, Don
 
11 days 15 hours - 2019-09-252 / 2Justmetoo
What King paid people so he could practice Dentistry on them?
Answer: James IV
Answered by: Spec, charliebrown
 
3 days 22 hours - 2019-09-252 / 2charliebrown
Who left behind a suicide note stating that he/she had lived 17 years longer than he/she "needed or wanted"?
Answer: Hunter S Thompson
Answered by: Justmetoo, Spec
 
2 days 15 hours - 2019-09-242 / 3charliebrown
Who (pseudonym) jammed HBO's signal in 1986 to protest the rising rates of the cable company? During what movie?
Answer: Captain Midnight The Falcon and the Snowman
Answered by: Justmetoo, Spec
 
2 days 15 hours - 2019-09-242 / 2charliebrown
A latte, but smaller in volume with his higher proportion of coffee to milk?
Answer: flat white
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2 days 12 hours - 2019-09-242 / 2charliebrown
Beckett was okay with most interpretations of his "Waiting for Godot." However, he objected when some female theater troupes began staging the play, saying that women didn't have WHAT?
Answer: prostates
Answered by: Justmetoo, Spec