Wednesday, June 10, 2009

General Trivia Answers #3,805-3,810

Answer 3,805: Entertainment & Food -- Ever Last of Sting

d) Sumner

Born as Gordon Matthew Sumner on October 2, 1951, his nickname came from a yellow and black striped sweater that made him look like a bee.

Answer 3,806: History & Government -- Stable State

c) Idaho

Some Native Americans inhabited the region before it became part of the Oregon Territory, the Washington Territory, the Idaho Territory, and finally a state in 1890.

Answer 3,807: Math & Science -- Pivotal Planet

a) Earth

The gas giants, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, are bigger, while the others are smaller.

Answer 3,808: Geography & Nature -- Longest-Lived Leaf-Lifter

a) Bristlecone pine

They can live from 3,000 to 47,000 years.

Answer 3,809: Literature & Arts -- Rococo Rival

a) Baroque

The 18th-century period countered the formality of the Late Baroque.

Answer 3,810: Sports & Games -- Operation Location

c) Ear bone (hammer)

Brain Freeze was added to Cavity Sam's "funatomy" in 2003 after crushing Growling Stomach and Tennis Elbow in a user vote.

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