Monday, June 15, 2009

General Trivia Questions #3,829-3,834

Question 3,829: Entertainment & Food -- Chart-Climbing Comedian

What comedian reached #2 on the pop charts with "Party All the Time" in December 1985?

a) Eddie Murphy
b) John Belushi
c) Richard Pryor
d) Steve Martin

Question 3,830: History & Government -- Sabatoged City

What city was traditionally believed to have been destroyed on September 1 in A.D. 69?

a) Carthage
b) Jerusalem
c) Memphis
d) Thebes

Question 3,831: Math & Science -- Thoughtful Theorem

Which mathematician, born in 1777, wrote the theorema egregrium?

a) Jacob Bernoulli
b) Jean Baptiste Fourier
c) Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss
d) John Napier

Question 3,832: Geography & Nature -- Cheviot, Columbia, Corriedale, and Cotswold

What are Cheviot, Columbia, Corriedale, and Cotswold breeds of?

a) Cow
b) Goat
c) Pig
d) Sheep

Question 3,833: Literature & Arts -- Sergeant Snorkle

In the Beetle Bailey comic strip, what is Sergeant Snorkle's first name?

a) Herman
b) Orville
c) Samuel
d) Wilbur

Question 3,834: Sports & Games -- Mini-Monopolies

In the board game Monopoly, how many monopolies have only two properties?

a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

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