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Y2K

written by: steffiebuzz
 
This is a True or False quiz about the events that may or may not have happened in the critical year 2000. The events are all actual but the question is: did they happen in Y2K?

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At the end of 1999, everyone was afraid that the Y2K bug was going to change our way of life. However, no major developments were reported, airplanes still flew and everything as a whole was normal.
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Question 2:


It was publicly announced that on January 1, 2000 all California bars, clubs, and card rooms must be smoke-free.
True
False

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On April 19, 2000, Evander Holyfield beat George Foreman in 12 for the heavywgt boxing title.
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On February 12, 2000 famous cartoonist Charles Schulz died on the eve of his farewell comic strip 'Peanuts,' which was on February 13, 2000.
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On January 14, 2000 the 100th episode of the U.S. television sitcom "Ellen" was aired.
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On March 25, 2000, pop boy band NSYNC set a new world record after selling a million tickets in one day for the group’s upcoming tour.
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Question 7:


It was on April 14, 2000 that an US F-15 accidentally shot 2 U.S. helicopters down over Iraq killing 26 people.
True
False

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The morning of September 11, 2000 will be remembered for the series of coordinated attacks upon the United States carried out by hijackers who were affiliated with the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda.
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On April 6, 2000, Tammy Wynette, a beloved country singer and songwriter died at 55. Wynette had many hits including “Stand by Your Man.”
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In 1999, the television serial drama "The West Wing" won nine Emmys which broke the record for the most Emmys earned for a show in its first season.
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