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4 days 4 hours - 2019-11-252 / 2Don
What's the only long bone in the human body that lies horizontally?
Answer: clavicle
Answered by: Justmetoo, charliebrown
 
4 days 4 hours - 2019-11-251 / 1Don
Who swam the fastest 100-meter freestyle relay split in history, giving Michael Phelps an opportunity to continue his quest to win eight gold medals in a single Olympics?
Answer: Jason Lezak
Answered by: Justmetoo
 
2 days 3 hours - 2019-11-251 / 1Don
According to internet wags, why should a particular celebrity newswoman replace Ryan Seacrest as the host of the ceremonial dropping of the ball at midnight on New Year's Eve, but for this year only?
Answer: So she can say Im Barbara Walters and this is 2020
Answered by: charliebrown
 
2 days 2 hours - 2019-11-251 / 1Don
What movie director raised money for his first feature film by participating in medical testing studies?
Answer: Robert Rodriguez
Answered by: Justmetoo
 
3 days 6 hours - 2019-11-242 / 2Justmetoo
What was the original purpose of Bubble Wrap?
Answer: Wallpaper
Answered by: charliebrown, Don
 
3 days 10 hours - 2019-11-232 / 2Don
What documentary film relates the story of the first person to climb El Capitan without ropes or other protective equipment?
Answer: Free Solo
Answered by: Justmetoo, charliebrown
 
3 days 10 hours - 2019-11-230 / 3Justmetoo
What once common household item had a component usually made out of a tiny diamond?
Answer: phonograph
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3 days 11 hours - 2019-11-231 / 1Justmetoo
What was the fastest Marathon time ever recorded?
Answer: 1 hour 59 minutes 40 seconds
Answered by: Don
 
3 days 11 hours - 2019-11-230 / 3Justmetoo
Where is the largest United States flag?
Answer: Hoover Dam
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4 days 6 hours - 2019-11-222 / 3charliebrown
What Rolling Stones song is used prominently in a montage scene in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"?
Answer: out of time
Answered by: Justmetoo, Don
 
3 days 23 hours - 2019-11-221 / 1charliebrown
What cartoonist created a '70s comic strip about children called "Nuts," its title riffing on the classic Charles Schulz strip?
Answer: Gahan Wilson
Answered by: Justmetoo
 
3 days 23 hours - 2019-11-221 / 4charliebrown
What band released a record for download in the fall of 2007 with a pay-what-you-want model?
Answer: Radiohead
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3 days 22 hours - 2019-11-221 / 5charliebrown
What product's L.S.M.F.T. spawned many speculations on what the acronym might stand for?
Answer: Lucky Strike Cigarettes
Answered by: Justmetoo
 
3 days 17 hours - 2019-11-221 / 1charliebrown
What director borrowed money from a consortium of dentists to make his first film?
Answer: James Cameron
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3 days 19 hours - 2019-11-212 / 2charliebrown
What celebrity when recording his version of AOL's "You've Got Mail" announcement changed it to "You've got some letters."?
Answer: Mick Jagger
Answered by: Justmetoo, Don
 
3 days 23 hours - 2019-11-212 / 3Justmetoo
Who was the youngest person to win a Grammy?
Answer: LeAnn Rimes
Answered by: charliebrown, Don
 
3 days 23 hours - 2019-11-212 / 3Justmetoo
What is the most common job in the U.S.?
Answer: retail salesperson
Answered by: charliebrown, Don
 
3 days 23 hours - 2019-11-212 / 2charliebrown
What actor's last leading role was in 1980's "The Hunter"?
Answer: Steve McQueen
Answered by: Justmetoo, Don
 
3 days 23 hours - 2019-11-212 / 2charliebrown
What book's alternate title is "The Evening Redness in the West"?
Answer: Blood Meridian
Answered by: Justmetoo, Don
 
4 days 0 hours - 2019-11-212 / 39Don
Who was the only University of Kansas men's basketball coach to have a losing record for his career there? Why is this ironic?
Answer: James Naismith he invented the sport
Answered by: Justmetoo, charliebrown