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Trivial Trivia, Part 2

written by: denmother
 
A little of this and a little of that, this is a quiz about nothing very important.

Question 1:


How many teams in the National Football League (NFL) are named for animals?
14
12
9
16

Question 2:


When was the 27the amendment to the U.S. Constitution ratified?
1992
1865
1971
1920

Question 3:


Name the original drummer for the Beatles.
Stu Sutcliffe
Pete Best
Brian Epstein
Richard Starkey

Question 4:


Richard Steven Valenzuela, Jiles Perry Richardson, and Charles Hardin Holley are all better known by different professional names. What else do they have in common?
They have all won Academy Awards.
They were all, at different times, married to the same woman.
They died together in a plane crash.
They are all best-selling novelists.

Question 5:


Which state was the first to ratify the Constitution of the United States in 1787?
Massachusetts
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Rhode Island

Question 6:


In 1997 the Atlanta Braves baseball team started playing its home games at Turner Field. What was Turner Field used for before it was a baseball stadium?
Soccer
Lacrosse
Football
Track and Field

Question 7:


Which country gave the Statue of Liberty to the United States as a centennial gift?
Spain
Canada
France
England

Question 8:


Leonardo da Vinci is well known as the artist who painted the Mona Lisa, but he was also an inventor. Which modern-day machine is based on one of his concepts?
radio
chain saw
helicopter
blender

Question 9:


In the 1970s television sitcom "All in the Family", what was the nickname by which Archie called Gloria?
Little Girl
Pinko
Dingbat
Meathead

Question 10:


Who was the 39th President of the United States?
Jimmy Carter
Bill Clinton
Richard Nixon
Ronald Reagan

Question 11:


What is the name of Toyota's first widely available gas-electric hybrid car?
Camry
Celica
Prius
Insight

Question 12:


What rock musician's real name is Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner?
Bono's
Sting's
Dave Matthews'
Kid Rock's

Question 13:


In the United States Navy, what is the next rank above Ensign?
Lieutenant (junior grade)
Captain
Chief Petty Officer
2nd Lieutenant

Question 14:

View the provided image.
Which commercial passenger airline uses this logo?
Delta
US Airways
American Airlines
Northwest


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Question 15:


What is the official name of Rhode Island, the 13th US state?
The State of Rhode Island and Narragansett Bay
The Commonwealth of Rhode Island
The Commonwealth of Rhode Island and Narragansett Bay
The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations

Question 16:


In the 1994-2004 television sitcom "Friends", which two characters were siblings?
Ross and Chandler
Ross and Rachel
Monica and Ross
Rachel and Monica

Question 17:


Which late-night television host is famous for his amusing Top Ten lists?
Conan O'Brien
David Letterman
Jay Leno
Craig Ferguson

Question 18:

View the provided image.
What breed of dog is shown in this picture?
Labrador retriever
German shepherd
Golden retriever
Cocker spaniel


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Question 19:


In computer jargon, what is FTP?
a programming language
a way to transfer files
a popular Internet service provider
a type of e-mail

Question 20:


Which of the following astronauts was not among the first human beings to orbit the moon?
James Lovell
William Anders
Frank Borman
John Young

 


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