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Einstein's Riddle

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ALBERT EINSTEIN'S RIDDLE ARE YOU IN THE TOP 2% OF INTELLIGENT PEOPLE IN THE WORLD? SOLVE THE RIDDLE AND FIND OUT. There are no tricks, just pure logic, so good luck and ...

Once in a Blue Moon

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How often does a "blue moon" occur?

Commercial Aviation

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The world's first scheduled passenger airline flight took place between what two cities?

Quote

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Who originally said... "My greatest wish is that none of my children become lawyers."

Coat Hangers

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Who invented the coat hanger?

Who is it

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This week's question is a visual question. Take a look at the following picture from the movie Space Jam... 
who is it?

The Gilligan Dilemma

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This week we are going to try something a little different. This week's question is not a trivia question, but more of a philosophical question. There are no "right" answers, but ...

X Marks the Spot

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Why do traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange sometimes wear an "X" made from duct tape on their clothing?

The Twist

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How did Chubby Checker get his name?

WD-40

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What does the "WD" in WD-40 stand for?

Computer Geek Trivia

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When engineer David Bradley said "I may have invented it, but Bill Gates made it famous", to what was he referring?

TV Themes

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Who wrote theme songs for all three of the following TV shows: "Facts of Life", "Diff'rent Strokes", and "Wheel of Fortune"?

Convoy

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Who wrote "Convoy", the truck-driving hit from the 1970's? (hint: the answer is not C.W. McCall)

UN

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What are the "principal organs" of the United Nations?

New Trivia Coming Soon

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The answer to the last question, for anyone left wondering...

Crimson Tide

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Why do they call Alabama the Crimson Tide?

Civil War

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Why was Cherbourg, France named a historic (US) Civil War site?

The Topology of Hollywood

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Who is the center of the Hollywood universe? (and no, it is not Kevin Bacon.) And just to make it interesting, and to keep random guessing to a minimum, this week your first ...

Chef Boyardee

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What was Chef Boyardee's first name?

Dead People

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What do the following people have in common, besides being dead? Medgar Evers (civil rights activist) Virgil "Gus" Grissom (astronaut) Dashiell Hammett (author) Joe Louis ...

World Series

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What were the original names of the baseball teams known today as the San Francisco Giants and the Anaheim Angels?

Jazz

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Who invented jazz? (i.e., who is generally regarded as the first jazz musician?)

New Words

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Who is credited with coining the words "reaganomics", "bumpersnickers", "skyjacker", and "guesstimate"?

Post-war Germany

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In 1945, after the end of World War II, Germany was divided into four zones of occupation, controlled by Great Britain, the United States, France, and the Soviet Union. In what ...

 

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