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Triviality In Hot Pursuit

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
This general quiz depicts ten interesting in my opinion, trivial points.

Question 1:


Which is the only UN member not allowed to be on the Security Council?
Vietnam
The Congo
Israel
Sudan

Question 2:


The sewing machine was invented in a dream.
True
False

Question 3:


Who drew the first pollitical cartoon published in an American newspaper?
Dr. Seuss
Samuel Freeman
Ben Franklin
Thomas Nast

Question 4:


Of which major city was Tammany Hall the leading political power brokers?
Chicago
Boston
New York
Detroit

Question 5:


Approximately how fast can a sneeze travel?
500 miles an hour
100 miles per hour
50 feet an hour
100 feet per hour

Question 6:


Approximately how long does it take a fingernail to grow from the base to the tip?
6 weeks
2 months
6 months
6 days

Question 7:


What does an average single fetus acquire at the age of three months?
fingerprints
earlobes
hair
feet

Question 8:


What was Bach's reason in writing the "Etudes?"
Show that he could compose 'easy' pieces, thereby promoting a large number of students to his study
Keep his children occupied
Earn money - they were sold as study pieces
Show that the harpsichord was inferior to the piano

Question 9:


Classical composer Chopin had a lover named George.
False
True

Question 10:


Why was the name "Mercedes" added to "Benz?"
No one knows
To make it more appealing to the French
To make it compete with Ford
To make it more feminine

 


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