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written by: shimonbentzvi
 
Some more trivia questions on many interesting, mostly unrelated topics.

Question 1:


This Grammy Award winning musician played lead guitar on the album version of The Beatles song, "While My Guitar Gently Weeps".
John Lennon
B.B. King
George Harrison
Eric Clapton

Question 2:


The coat of arms of which country features a Bible, opened to the Gospel of John?
Libya
Vatican City
The Dominican Republic
Nepal

Question 3:


"Rent", a Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning rock opera, is based on which classical opera by composer, Giacomo Puccini?
Manon Lescaut
Turandot
La Boheme
Tosca

Question 4:


This cruiser, which in 1941 survived the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, was the first ship, sunk by a nuclear-powered submarine in wartime.
The ARA General Belgrano
The CCPN Admiral Raskalikov
The PRKN General Pak
The PRCN Admiral Xiao

Question 5:


This European capital is often called "the golden city", as well as "the city of a hundred spires" and " the mother of cities".
Warsaw
Rome
Budapest
Prague

Question 6:


The "Dutch Famine", which was the result of an embargo on all food transports to the western Netherlands, began in what year?
1848
1748
1916
1944

Question 7:


The first commercial CATV (Community Antenna Television) system was developed by John Walson in what year?
1968
1958
1963
1948

Question 8:


What does the slang term, "sockdolager" mean?
One who bravely leads a military action
A decisive heavy blow or a conclusive remark
One who leaves before completing assigned work
One who works very hard at every chore or job

Question 9:


The nickname, "The Glimmer Twins", often used as a producing credit on Rolling Stones albums, was given to what two musicians?
Keith Richards and Brian Jones
Mick Jagger and Brian Jones
Keith Richards and Mick Jagger
Brian Jones and Ralph MacDonald

Question 10:

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In what year did Robert Adler develop the first wireless remote control, named “Zenith Space Command”?
1953
1956
1948
1962


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