TRIVIA

  • What's the number one small appliance given as a wedding gift these days? (An electric knife)
  • The motto of what U.S. territory is "Where America's Day Begins"? (Guam, which is located in the western Pacific, across the International Date Line, and is the first U.S. community to greet each new day)
  • What family-owned company has been the sole paper supplier for U.S. currency since 1879? (Crane & Company of Dalton, Massachusetts)
  • According to a recent survey - If you do THIS during the summertime, you'll likely gain about 10 pounds! What is it? (Take a vacation! Of course this year you're doing that anyway staying home)
  • Which actress won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as serial killer Aileen Wuornos in "Monster" (2003)? (Charlize Theron)
  • According to USA Today - About 61,000 people in the U.S. are doing this with their cars right now... .What is it? (Getting their oil changed)
  • What's the largest and densest of the four rocky planets in our solar system, which is the largest and densest? (Earth)
  • What rock star once said, "I never had any problems with drugs - only with policemen?" (Keith Richard)
  • Whitney Houston sang I will Always Love You in what film? (Bodyguard)
  • According to the FDA, this is the ONLY fish that produces real caviar! What is it? (Sturgeon)
  • What was Samuel Clemens pen name? (Mark Twain)
  • Where did the pineapple plant come from originally? (In South America)
  • At Chernobyl there was a nuclear explosion in 1986. What country was it in? (Ukraine)
  • The Eighteenth Amendment (1919) prohibited the making, transporting, and selling of what? (Alcoholic beverages nationwide)
  • The Fourteenth Amendment (1868) granted United States citizenship to whom? (Former slaves and to all persons "subject to U.S. jurisdiction")
  • The Twenty-fourth Amendment (1964) prohibits a what? (Poll tax for voting)
  • The volcano Mount St. Helens, in Washington state, erupted in what year? (1980)
  • A wall was built to divide a city into east and west. What was the name of the city? (Berlin)
  • Joe Montana played for what San Francisco team through most of the 80s? (49ers)
  • What state is called the Empire State? (New York)
  • This American artist sold more albums and concert tickets between 2001-2010 than any other. Who is it? (Dave Matthews Band)
  • Which U.S. state was named by the U.S. Congress in 1800, and meant "land of the Indians"? (Indiana)
  • Can you name three countries that begin with "J"? (Japan/Jordan/Jamaica)
  • An oyster requires about how many years to produce a perfect, cultivated Pearl? (3-6 years)
  • Looking through his telescope in 1610, Galileo was the first person to see the moons of what planet? (Jupiter)
  • He was born in 1948 with the name Vincent Furnier, but in his entertainment career this bizarre person took a female stage name. What was it? (Alice Cooper)

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