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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 ...

New Trivia Coming Soon

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

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 ...

Once in a Blue Moon

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How often does a "blue moon" occur?

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 ...

WD-40

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

Mount Vernon

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What war established the military career of the man for whom Mount Vernon is named?

NCC-1701

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What is the origin of "NCC-1701", the registry number of USS Enterprise?

Tiananmen Square

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What was the name of the street in this photo of the man vs. tank standoff? 

Presidents from Texas

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Name all the US presidents who where born in Texas?

Hoist with his own petard

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What exactly is a "petard"?

Coat Hangers

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Who invented the coat hanger?

Authors

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Name three authors who have reached #1 on the New York Times best-seller list, for both fiction and non-fiction?

Batman and Robin

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Who provided the voice of Robin on TV's "Superfriends"?

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?

Famous Physicists

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Why did Sir Isaac Newton dress up in disguise and hang out in bars?

Quote (2)

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Who said "A sewer worker is like a brain surgeon. We're both specialists."

Solresol

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What is "Solresol"?

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 ...

Presidential Quotes

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What US president once said "It is a good thing I am not a woman, as I would always be pregnant, for I cannot say no"

Nightline

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The ABC News program Nightline began as special coverage of what event?

Joseph Pujol

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What act made 19th century entertainer Joseph Pujol the highest paid entertainer (at the time) in the world?

51st state

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If Puerto Rico were ever to become the 51st state, the US flag would need to be redesigned. How could 51 stars be arranged in a symmetrical rectangular pattern for the new ...

What do these people have in common

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What do Richard Pryor, Donnie and Marie Osmond, Jeff Altman, Barbara Mandrell, Raquel Welch, Jim Nabors, Ann Margaret, Charles Nelson Reilly, Bob Denver, Ruth Buzzi, Bruce ...

 

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