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written by: shimonbentzvi
 
A very, very difficult general quiz. It is not for the faint or feigned of mind.

Question 1:


What are the names of George Costanza's parents on the TV show "Seinfeld"?
Gene and Estelle
Frank and Estelle
Fred and Jean
Fred and Harriet

Question 2:


Who was the only actor to have a speaking part in 1976's "Silent Movie"?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 3:


The actor who voiced "Betty Boop" also voiced "Popeye".
False
True

Question 4:


According to geologists, in which era do we live?
Quaternary
Cenozoic
Mesozoic
Simpsonian

Question 5:


This very successful rock group appeared in an episode of "Will and Grace".
Bon Jovi
Hall and Oates
The Bangles
Genesis

Question 6:


Who sang on the first million selling record?
Enrico Caruso
Frank Sinatra
Thomas Alva Edison
Louis Armstrong

Question 7:


When was the Euro currency first launched?
January 1994
January 1990
January 1985
January 1999

Question 8:


Where in the USA can you walk on a telescope?
Guam
Pasadena, California
New York City
Puerto Rico

Question 9:


What is a fluid?
Anything that can produce energy
A gas or a liquid
A liquid
A gas

Question 10:


Who invented the glider?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Nicolas Cugnot
George Cayley
Ben Franklin
Leonardo Da Vinci

Question 11:


What do these places have in common: Wake Island, Johnston Atoll, Kingman Reef, Midway Island, Navassa, Baker Island and Jarvis Island?
They are UN controlled islands in the Atlantic.
They are uninhabited US possessions.
They are a part of Nirvaau.
They are sites of famous WWII battles.

Question 12:


What is the state motto of North Carolina?
Thus always to tyrants
By Valor and Arms
While I breathe, I hope
To be rather than to seem

Question 13:


Which great football player was known as the "Kansas Comet"?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 14:


This eight-letter word can mean a painting of a night scene. It can also be used for a piece of music designed to express a pensive mood and/or a feeling of the night.


Question 15:


Rhode Island, the smallest US State, also has the shortest state motto. What is this one-word motto?
Freedom
Hope
Courage
Union

Question 16:


To which of these countries are the Sami people not indigenous?
Russia
Denmark
Finland
Sweden

Question 17:


How many people die in the final scene of Shakespeare's "Hamlet"?
4
5
0
6

Question 18:


Joe Barry Carroll was drafted by the Golden Gate Warriors in 1980. He was the first choice in that draft. Who did they give up to get him?
Robert Parrish and Kevin McHale
Charles Barkley and Tim McCormick
Michael Jordan
Dennis Rodman and John Paxson

 


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