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Question 1:


Most heroin-related deaths are not caused by an overdose but by a lethal combination with other drugs in the body.
False
True

Question 2:


This heavy metal has the symbol Pb. It is a poisonous neurotoxin that can cause brain and blood disorders.
Chloride
Chromium
Mercury
Lead

Question 3:


Born Charles Dennis Buchinsky in 1921, this "The Dirty Dozen" and "Rider on the Rain" actor was known in Italy as "Il Brutto" ("The Ugly One").
Ernest Borgnine
Donald Pleasence
Telly Savalas
Charles Bronson

Question 4:


Actors Dolph Lundgren, Lena Olin, and Ann Margaret hail from this Scandinavian country that joined the European Union in 1995.
Estonia
Norway
Sweden
Finland

Question 5:


What is the name for a layer of gasses that surround a large object and are held in place by the object's gravity?
Molecular mass
Atmosphere
Escape velocity
Surface gravity

Question 6:


Author Dean Koontz was so upset with the 1996 film version of this book that he has demanded creative control over every film based on one of his books.
Phantoms
Hideaway
Carrie
Watchers

Question 7:


What James Cameron-directed movie received the Los Angeles Times review: "What really brings on the tears is Cameron's insistence that writing this kind of movie is within his abilities. Not only is it not, it is not even close."?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Titanic
Armageddon
Solaris
Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Question 8:


This singer sang Etta James' song "A Sunday Kind of Love" on the TV show Star Search in 1990. She hosted a 2004 Saturday Night Live episode featuring a Sex and the City parody, where she played Samantha Jones and revealed she was a man.
Mariah Carey
Christina Aguilera
Britney Spears
P!nk

Question 9:


These omnivorous mammals are native to North America. They carry their young for 65 days and give birth to up to five babies. They live up to 16 years, but their average life expectancy is 2 years due to hunting and traffic deaths.
raccoons
deer
coyote
squirrels

Question 10:


Shortly after WWII, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was founded in this city that hosted the 1939 premiere of Gone With the Wind.
Raleigh, NC
Nashville, TN
Birmingham, AL
Atlanta, GA

Question 11:


Relying on a hand crank for power, this gun is considered the first machine gun since it could fire continuously.
Carronade
Gatling gun
Howitzer
Maxim gun

Question 12:


This NFL team, established in 1933, plays its home games in Heinz Field. In 2008, ESPN.com ranked this team's fans as the best in the NFL partly due to their sellout streak of 299 consecutive games.
Chicago Bears
New York Giants
Dallas Cowboys
Pittsburgh Steelers

 


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