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Just Another General Trivia Quiz

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
A terribly difficult trivia quiz.

Question 1:


The US Postal Service issued a series of stamps honoring these movies: Beau Geste, Gone With the Wind, The Wizard of Oz, and Stagecoach. What do these films have in common?
They all had their premiers in California.
They were all released by Warner Brothers.
All were all released in the same year.
They all starred Clark Gable.

Question 2:


The ages of many men are mentioned in The Bible. Who is the only woman whose age is mentioned in The Bible?
Bathsheba
Sarah
Ruth
Vashti

Question 3:


Can icebergs have blue streaks?
No
Yes

Question 4:


What useful device was invented by Sylvan Goldman?
The TV remote control
TiVo
The hair curler
The shopping cart

Question 5:


This word can mean: 1) the upper part of a shoe that covers the instep; 2) an improvised accompaniment in music; 3) a seductive woman.
tramp
hypoxiol
vamp
truel

Question 6:


What did Benjamin Green invent in 1944?
Coppertone
Kevlar
TiVo
The garage door opener.

Question 7:


On the Apollo 8 space trip, the astronauts used silly putty to fasten objects.
False
True

Question 8:


When US President James Garfield was assassinated, this famous inventor tried to use his new metal detector to help the surgeons find the bullet.
Samuel F. B. Morse
Thomas Alva Edison
Nikolai Tesla
Alexander G. Bell

Question 9:


Which Amendment to the US Constitution guarantees the right to privacy?
The Second
It is not guaranteed in the Constitution
The Fifteenth
The Fourteenth

Question 10:


Normal saline solution contains this percentage of salt (NaCl)?
4.5%
9%
1.3%
0.9%

 


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