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Brigadier General Trivia

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
A very difficult general quiz.

Question 1:


Which of these music themes has been played on TV over 1,400,000 times since 1962?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
The theme music from The Simpsons
The Meet the Press theme music
The Hawaii 5-0 theme
The Tonight Show theme

Question 2:


Who was the first person to be crowned Czar of Russia?
Mikhail Romanov
Alexander IV
Nicholas III
Ivan the Terrible

Question 3:


What was the first play Shakespeare wrote?
Henry VI, Part One
The Tempest
A Midsummer's Night Dream
Hamlet

Question 4:


They can be up, down, top, bottom, charm or strange. What are they?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 5:


What do Oscar Robertson (ex-NBA All-Star) and Roy Orbison (the great singer/songwriter) have in common?
The same wife
The same nickname
The same birthdate
The same birthplace

Question 6:


In which country was Carlos Mencia born?
Ecuador
Honduras
Nicaragua
Guatemala

Question 7:


What is a bibliopole?
Someone who buys books
Someone who sells books
Someone who loves books
Someone who hates books

Question 8:


What is the Papstiche Schweizergarde?
A 500 year-old brewery in Basel, Switzerland
A 500 year-old organization of Swiss guards
A garden in Switzerland dedicated to peace
The formal name for the Alps

Question 9:


The square root of a number is always smaller than that number.
False
True

Question 10:


Why are Cipriano dela Valera and Casiodoro de Reina famous in the Spanish-speaking world?
They are the top stars of Spanish-language television in the USA.
They are the publishers of the top-selling Spanish-language newspapers in the USA.
They are responsible for the most popular Spanish version of the Bible.
They are responsible for the first translation of "Don Quixote" into English.

 


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