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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 12-19-2012 Round Five

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QUESTIONS

  1. Only humans and what have hymens?
  2. What county has a national dog (only one country has one)?
  3. The Spanish word Esposa means both wife and what?
  4. Hebrew and what are the official languages in Israel?
  5. German film of the 1920s starred Max Schreck as a vampire?
  6. This female singer has more solo number 1 songs than any other artist. Can you name this woman who has had hits with ‘Touch My Body’ and ‘Hero?’
  7. Who first recorded “Jingle Bell Rock” in 1957?
  8. Who first recorded “All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth” in 1948?

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Horses
  2. Netherlands
  3. Handcuffs
  4. Arabic
  5. Nosferatu
  6. Mariah Carey
  7. Chuck Berry
  8. Spike Jones
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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 12-19-2012 Round Four

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QUESTIONS

  1. Ninkasi was the ancient Summerian goddess of what?
  2. What gives onions their distinctive smell?
  3. Zorro the heroes name means what in Spanish?
  4. Who said “More people would be alive if we had a death penalty”?
  5. In Greek mythology Atlas was a member of what group?
  6. Who is the unit of sound named after and what is called?
  7. What were the names of the original eight reindeer? (Rudolf came later!)

 

ANSWERS

  1. Beer
  2. Sulphur – taken in when growing
  3. The Fox
  4. Nancy Reagan
  5. The Titans
  6. Alexander Graham Bell – Decibel
  7. Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen.
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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 12-19-2012 Round Three

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QUESTIONS

  1. Here comes the judge is from what TV show?
  2. What make and model of car was Christine in the book and film?
  3. In 1949 the Thought Police first appeared in what novel and name the author?
  4. What were the names of the Three Wise Men?
  5. If you received all of the gifts listed in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” song how many presents would you get?
  6. Ouch, whoa, hmm, and oh are all what parts of speech?

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Rowan and Martin’s Laugh In
  2. Plymouth Fury
  3. 1984 George Orwell
  4. Caspar, Balthazar and Melchior
  5. 364
  6. Interjections
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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 12-19-2012 Round Two

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QUESTIONS

  1. Put the world’s most common forename and surname together?
  2. Who is the largest toy distributor in the world?
  3. Who made his name with Jimmy James and the Blue Flames?
  4. What quantity, measured in newton’s, is found in physics by multiplying mass times acceleration?
  5. Which American government agency tracks Santa’s sleigh on Christmas Eve?

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Mohammed Chen
  2. McDonalds
  3. Jimmy Hendrix
  4. Force
  5. NORAD

 

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Flat Rock Tap Trivia 12-19-2012 Round One

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QUESTIONS

  1. What is the most popular holiday plant decoration in America?
  2. Wesley Snipes and who starred in the film Money Train 1995?
  3. Who played Dr. McCoy in the original Star Trek series?
  4. 90% of New York cabbies are what?
  5. Who wrote The Hunchback of Notre Dame?

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Poinsettia
  2. Woody Harrelson
  3. Deforest Kelly
  4. New immigrants
  5. Victor Hugo
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Delta Rae – Bottom of the River

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Saw this music video Friday morning and thought wow, what a nice sound and damn I love music.Delta Rae - Bottom of the River [OFFICIAL VIDEO] - YouTube

 

Delta Rae – Bottom of the River [OFFICIAL VIDEO] – YouTube.

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Flat Rock Tap Live Trivia 12-12-2012 Round Five

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QUESTIONS

  1. The all-time baseball records are held by Mickey Mantle with 18, Babe Ruth with 15 and Yogi Berra with 12.  What record is this?
  2. Homer’s “The Odyssey” contained a description of people who fed on a certain fragrant Asian flower and lived in a drugged, lethargic state. What were these people called?
  3. Which woman was featured in Life Magazine articles at least once each decade from the 1930’s through the 1990’s?
  4. Wesley Snipes, Patrick Swayze, and John Leguizamo – three macho male actors played drag roles in which film?
  5. On April 24, 1909, Harry Hillman and Lawson Roberts set the world record for this humorous athletic event, covering 100 yards in just 11 seconds.  Which event?
  6. This “thing,” about 186 feet long, 66 feet high, is half human and half lion.  What is it?

 

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Home runs in World Series games.
  2. Lotus eaters
  3. Shirley Temple
  4. To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar
  5. Three legged race
  6. Sphinx
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Flat Rock Tap Live Trivia 12-12-2012 Round Four

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QUESTIONS

  1. This town in the Pyrenees of southwest France is the site where the Virgin Mary appeared to a peasant girl named Bernadette in 1858.  The town is now a pilgrimage site with miraculous healing powers.  Also Madonna’s daughters name What is its name?
  2. Which President’s name rhymes with one of Santa’s reindeers?
  3. In 1800, Italian Alessandro Volta showed his amazing new invention to Napoleon, who liked it so much, Napoleon appointed him a count.  What was the invention?
  4. Presidents’ states of birth: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson
  5. In a lottery, million-dollar winners are paid over 20 years.  If a million dollar winner pays 28% tax, what is their net take-home each year?
  6. The person in charge is often referred to by a slang term related to Mexican food.  What is it?
  7. The Pennsylvania Dutch, Amish people make a pie with a filling of sweet molasses, and it’s so sweet and delicious you have a hard time keeping bugs away from it.  What is it called?

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. Lourdes
  2. Nixon / Vixen
  3. First Electric Battery
  4. Virginia, Kentucky, South Carolina
  5. $34,000
  6. The Big Enchilada
  7. Shoofly Pie
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Flat Rock Tap Live Trivia 12-12-2012 Round Three

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QUESTIONS

  1. Name two animated Disney films, in one of which the title animal’s father dies (1994), the other the title animal’s mother dies (1942)?
  2. Name the author and main character of the popular 1950s novel about a sensitive but rebellious youth who runs away from his boarding school, “Catcher in the Rye”?
  3. Which actress played which lead role in the 1964 Academy Award Winning film, “My Fair Lady”? Which actor played which role in that film?
  4. The largest-selling single record of the 1980s was the 1981 hit with a one-word title recorded by a British born female with three names. Which song, which single?
  5. Three questions about the 1941 classic film, Citizen Kane: Which 25-year old directed and starred in the film?  What was the name of the vast estate owned by Charles Foster Kane? What was the name of the sled – object of his affection?
  6. Name four kinds of Italian cheese which begin with the letters P or R?

 

ANSWERS

  1. LION KING / BAMBI
  2. J.D. SALINGER / HOLDEN CAULFIELD
  3. AUDREY HEPBURN / ELIZA DOOLITTLE, REX HARRISON / SIR HENRY HIGGINS
  4. PHYSICAL / OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN) but lived in Australia
  5. ORSON WELLES, XANADU, ROSEBUD
  6. PARMESAN / PECORINO / PROVOLONE / RICOTTA / ROMANO
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