Flat Rock Tap Trivia 10-31-2012 Round Five

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QUESTIONS

  1. What is the proper term for a man who is a witch?
  2. What was Jack’s (of the Jack-O-Lantern) crime?
  3. In which song would you hear the line, “I’ll be gone when the morning comes.”?
  4. In the Archie comics what is Jughead’s first name?
  5. Which company’s logo is based on the legend of cat’s nine lives?
  6. In Greek what does Eunuch literally translate as?
  7. Which of the four Horsemen of the Apocalypse rode a red horse?
  8. Which animal sleeps on its back?
  9. Name Steve McQueen’s Karate teacher – later an actor?
  10. If the doctor gave you salversan he would be treating your what?

 

ANSWERS

  1. Witch – A warlock is a term that means traitor
  2. He tricked the devil – The devil was the one to condemn Jack.
  3. Bat Out of Hell – Meatloaf wrote and recorded the song.
  4. Forsyth
  5. Ever Ready
  6. Bed Watcher
  7. Slaughter
  8. Only man or women
  9. Chuck Norris
  10. Syphilis
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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 10-31-2012 Round Three

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QUESTIONS

  1. What spice could you use to protect your home from spirits entering?
  2. Who recorded “Creatures of the Night”?
  3. Roman soldiers were given slaves – what were they called?
  4. Venus Observa is the technical term for what?
  5. What is the most common plastic surgery done on US men?
  6. What is the correct term for a fear of Halloween?
  7. Where would you find your columella – or what is it?

 

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Salt – Salt should be sprinkled across all the entrance-ways.
  2. KISS – This is the title of the band’s tenth album.
  3. Addicts addicted means enslaved
  4. Missionary position
  5. Breast Reduction
  6. Samhainophobia – Wiccaphobia is a fear of witchcraft.
  7. Space between nostrils
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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 10-31-2012 Round Two

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QUESTIONS

  1. Every year Linus van Pelt waits for the Great Pumpkin to arrive. Who waits with him?
  2. According to the song “Werewolves of London”, what kind of creature had a Chinese menu in their hand? Who sang it, what album and what year?
  3. What was the first Olympic sport to include women?
  4. The origin of the word penis is Latin meaning what?
  5. In the Bible what was the sixth plague of Egypt?

 

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Sally – Sally is Charlie Brown’s little sister.
  2. A werewolf – The song can be found on Warren Zevon’s 1978 album, ‘Excitable Boy’.
  3. Tennis – Paris 1900
  4. Tail
  5. Water into Blood
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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 10-31-2012 Round One

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QUESTIONS

  1. What is a pumpkin?
  2. According to the Charlie Daniels band, where was the Devil going?
  3. Which creatures name translates as the lizard in Spanish?
  4. In Batman comics what is the full real identity of the Riddler?
  5. Which meteorological phenomenon means “a curl of hair” in Latin?

 

 

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Fruit – Pumpkins grow on vines.
  2. Georgia – The song claims he was looking for a soul to steal.
  3. Alligator
  4. Edward Enigma E Enigma
  5. Cirrus – clouds
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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 10-24-2012 Round Five

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QUESTIONS

  1. Who was the first daughter of a U.S. president to pose naked for a Playboy video  and who was the president?
  2. Frank Zappa Launched 2 Labels of His Own, Name them?
  3. In what sport do rikishi compete?
  4. Who steals the Pink Panther in the original film?
  5. Who wrote the classic poem An Old Sweetheart and where was he born city/town, and State?

 

 

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Patti Davis. Ronald Regan
  2. Straight and Bizarre
  3. Sumo wrestling
  4. The Phantom
  5. James Whitcomb Riley Greenfield, IN

 

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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 10-24-2012 Round Four

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QUESTIONS
1. What bachelor president, at age 49, married his 21-year-old ward in a White House ceremony and which year?
2. Name the record company formed by Berry Gordy and in which year was it founded?
3. When you type the alphabet on a normal keyboard with ten fingers in standard position, what is the largest number of consecutive letters of the alphabet that can be typed with the same hand?
4. What NFL team was second to the 49ers in wins during the 1980s?
5. Where was Keanu Reeves born?
ANSWERS
1. Grover Cleveland (1886)
2. Motown (1960)
3. 9-HIJKLMNOP
4. Washington Redskins
5. Beirut, Lebanon

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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 10-24-2012 Round Three

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QUESTIONS

  1. Who were the five U.S. presidents with four-letter last names?
  2. Name the members of KISS 1978 solo albums?
  3. In the spring of 1993, the TV game Jeopardy suffered a controversy, which threatened to jeopardize the show. What was the nature of this problem?
  4. In Which Athletics Event Are Competitors Known As Either “Spinners Or Shifters”?
  5. In cartoons whose original name was Jasper?

 

 

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Polk, Taft, Ford, H.W. Bush, and W. Bush
  2. Ace Frehley (1978), Peter Criss (1978), Gene Simmons (1978), Paul Stanley (1978)
  3. There were accusations from a former employee of the show that at the last minute they were rigging questions to favor women contestants
  4. Shot Putt
  5. Tom – From Tom and Jerry
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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 10-24-2012 Round Two

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QUESTIONS

  1. What president’s mug graces a $100,000 bill?
  2. Who in the world of music was born with the name ‘Declan McManus’?
  3. The Shape of DNA is know as?
  4. What Is The Proper Oriental Name For The White Suits Often Used In Karate And Judo?
  5. Geococcyx Californicus is what (cartoon) animal?

 

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Woodrow Wilson
  2. Elvis Costello
  3. A Double Helix
  4. GI (Geeeeee)
  5. Road Runner

 

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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 10-24-2012 Round One

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QUESTIONS

  1. Whose 1823 doctrine said the Western Hemisphere was not open to colonization or aggression by European nations?
  2. What Michael Jackson single featured Guns ‘n Roses guitarist Slash in 1991?
  3. Created by British illustrator Martin Handford in 1987 this illusive character was originally known as Wally in Great Britain but was better known  as ________ in USA and Canda?
  4. Sergey Bubka has set a world record in which field event over 30 times?
  5. Who created the cartoon character Droopy?

 

 

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. James Monroe’s
  2. Black or White
  3. Waldo
  4. Pole Vault
  5. Tex Avery

 

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Federal Budget Sequester to Greatly Impact Children with Cancer

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Federal Budget Sequester to Greatly Impact Children with Cancer.

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