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2 days 0 hours - 2020-07-273 / 4Justmetoo
What is the most remote point on Earth?
Answer: Point Nemo
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2 days 0 hours - 2020-07-274 / 9Gandy Dancer2
A Clockwork Orange: What was the license number of the automobile Alex was driving the night of the murder?
Answer: DAV 4850
Answered by: Justmetoo, Spec, charliebrown, Groucho
 
6 days 0 hours - 2020-07-236 / 9Spec
What nickname is derived from settlers who "jumped the gun" in advance of a bugle call at noon on April 22, 1889?
Answer: Sooners
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6 days 2 hours - 2020-07-225 / 5Justmetoo
What year was the first E-mail sent?
Answer: 1971
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6 days 4 hours - 2020-07-226 / 7Spec
What is the pen name of the Italian author who created the character Pinocchio?
Answer: Carlo Collodi
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6 days 3 hours - 2020-07-224 / 4Spec
The very first website was hosted on a computer at the site of what international organization?
Answer: CERN
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6 days 4 hours - 2020-07-224 / 8Justmetoo
The word quarantine literally means what period of time?
Answer: 40 days
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6 days 3 hours - 2020-07-225 / 5Justmetoo
In which movie did Lee Marvin star as twins?
Answer: Cat Ballou
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6 days 13 hours - 2020-07-215 / 5Spec
Her last name is Furler, but most people know this world-famous woman by what iconic first name?
Answer: Sia
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6 days 12 hours - 2020-07-213 / 3Spec
Adjective used to describe erstwhile laws that criminalized interracial marriage (hyphen alert)?
Answer: anti-miscegenation
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6 days 11 hours - 2020-07-213 / 4Spec
Commonality: Teutonic 11, Will Farrell, and a Middle-Earth inhabitant of yore?
Answer: elf
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6 days 12 hours - 2020-07-213 / 3Justmetoo
Where is it illegal to own a rabbit unless you are a magician?
Answer: Queensland Australia
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6 days 12 hours - 2020-07-213 / 3Groucho
What painting by Titian,depicts three human heads,each facing in a different direction,above the heads of a wolf,lion and a dog?
Answer: The Allegory of Prudence
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5 days 19 hours - 2020-07-212 / 16Groucho
When a dog named Pickles discovered the stolen World Cup trophy in 1966,it was wrapped in a newspaper. What was the title of the newspaper?
Answer: The Daily Mirror
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5 days 18 hours - 2020-07-214 / 4Groucho
How many standard sized bottles of wine are there in a ‘Melchior’?
Answer: 24
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5 days 17 hours - 2020-07-214 / 5Groucho
Comparisons are what according to the Shakespearian character Dogberry?
Answer: Odorous
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10 days 2 hours - 2020-07-174 / 6Spec
What archaic English word that means "blowing strongly with a roaring sound" is best known today as an adjective in the title of a famous 1840's novel?
Answer: wuthering
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10 days 0 hours - 2020-07-172 / 101Spec
Larson, Watts, Lange, _____? Commonality?
Answer: Wray King Kong
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10 days 20 hours - 2020-07-162 / 6Spec
What two prominent Japanese camera manufacturing companies are named after a mountain?
Answer: Fuji Olympus
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10 days 20 hours - 2020-07-163 / 7Justmetoo
What animal can hold its breath for up to 40 minutes?
Answer: Sloth
Answered by: Spec, Groucho, Gandy Dancer2