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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 Tonight Show theme
The Meet the Press theme music
The theme music from The Simpsons
The Hawaii 5-0 theme

Question 2:


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

Question 3:


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

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 nickname
The same wife
The same birthplace
The same birthdate

Question 6:


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

Question 7:


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

Question 8:


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

Question 9:


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

Question 10:


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

 


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