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Hi - A common greeting, hola means hi in Spanish. If you are visiting Mexico and somebody says "Hola" to you, what are they saying?

       a. Hi
       b. Stop
       c. Bye
       d. Turn around


Spain - The 2010 FIFA World Cup was the 19th FIFA World Cup.Who won the 2010 FIFA Club World Cup?

       a. Argentina
       b. Spain
       c. Brazil
       d. Italy


1991 - The Soviet Union collapsed in 1991 as communism ended in Europe.In what year did the Soviet Union collapse?

       a. 1975
       b. 1991
       c. 1989
       d. 1990


Finn MacCool - While cooking Lynn Feic, the salmon of knowledge, this Irish hero burned his thumb.What Irish hero finds wisdom by sucking his thumb, which he once burned while cooking the Salmon of Knowledge?

       a. Sir Galahad
       b. Cu Chulainn
       c. Finn MacCool
       d. Oscar Wilde


September - World War II lasted 6 years and 1 day and ended on September 2nd, 1945.In what month did World War 2 end?

       a. March
       b. May
       c. September
       d. April


Chiffon - The Chiffons were the band whose 'He's So Fine' was accidentally plagiarized by George Harrison for 'My Sweet Lord'.What diaphanous fabric, which shares its name with a 1960s girl group and a light cake, is itself named for the French word for "rag"?

       a. Chenille
       b. Chiffon
       c. Corduroy
       d. Calico


Macbeth - The rivalry between actors Edwin Forrest and William Macready was reflected in the nativist working class or anglophile elite fans.In the 1849 Astor Opera House riot 22 people died over, of all things, acting styles in what cursed play in New York?

       a. Othello
       b. Hamlet
       c. Macbeth
       d. Romeo and Juliet


1993 - Michael Jordan retired 3 times in 1993, 1999, and 2003In what year did Michael Jordan retire for the first time?

       a. 1993
       b. 1995
       c. 1994
       d. 1992


The Ides of March - After his assassination, Caesar's body was cremated and on the site of his cremation the Temple of Caesar was erected.The 15th of March, the date that Julius Cesar was murdered, is called what in the Roman Calendar?

       a. The Ides of March
       b. Full Moons Paradise
       c. The March Madness
       d. The Bleeding March


Josh Gracin - While in the Marine Corps Josh was stationed at Camp Pendleton. He was a supply clerk. From the following, which country singer was a member of the United States Marine Corps?

       a. Garth Brooks
       b. Josh Gracin
       c. Randy Travis
       d. Alan Jackson


Thomas Wolfe - The book You Can't Go Home Again was set in the fictional town of Altamont, which was based (unflatteringly) on Asheville.He once said you "can't go home again", but this man, born in Asheville, North Carolina, not only went home but is now buried there, under an epitaph from "Look Homeward, Angel". Who was he?

       a. Sinclair Lewis
       b. James M. Cain
       c. Thomas Wolfe
       d. Mark Twain


Catholic - Ngo Dinh Diem was president of South Vietnam from 1955 to 1963.What religion was Ngo Dinh Diem, the first president of South Vietnam?

       a. Catholic
       b. Shinto
       c. Buddhist
       d. No religion (atheist)


Mulberry Street - First published in 1937, 'And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street' was Seuss's first children's book.And to think that Dr Seuss saw New York City's Feast of San Gennaro on what street in Little Italy?

       a. Mulberry Street
       b. Christopher Street
       c. Canal Street
       d. Broadway


32 fluid ounces - 7-Elevenis the world's largest operator, franchisor and licensor of convenience stores.If you filled your 7-11 Big Gulp with coffee, you'd have enough to fill two grande coffees from Starbucks, or for a venti and a tall. How many ounces is this?

       a. 24 fluid ounces
       b. 18 fluid ounces
       c. 32 fluid ounces
       d. 12 fluid ounces


9:56 PM - Neil died in Cincinnati, Ohio, on August 25, 2012. He was 82 years old.What time was it in Houston when Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon?

       a. 9:56 PM
       b. 9:56 AM
       c. 11:11 AM
       d. 11:11 PM



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