Landmark Prep Quiz

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This is set of 10 questions i made as preparation for Landmark quiz.

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Landmark Prep Quiz

  1. 1. General Quiz Jishnu Jagajeeve
  2. 2. Lennon had made a statement claiming the beatles to be more famous than Jesus Christ.  To avoid media outburst, he took solace in his recording studio, where he found Che Guevera.  It is rumoured that this meeting marked the artistic production of Lennon. 
  3. 3. This quiet town is in the news recently.  Wiki will definitely give you the answer!. 
  4. 4. Monmouth in south Wales will become the first "Wikipedia town“.  all notable places, people, flora and fauna have been catalogued and attached to QR codes.  Thus, the visitor can just scan the QR code and get info about the place he visits in the village. 
  5. 5. He coordinated online organizing for Barack Obama‟s 2008 presidential campaign on My.BarackObama.com and referred to as the The Kid Who Made Obama President.  He is the executive director of Jumo, a non-profit social network and is a major shareholder in the New Republic magazine.  He is a co founder of Facebook. 
  6. 6. Chris Hughes
  7. 7. Connect
  8. 8. Sharon Tate(Pic1)  Charles Manson(Pic2)  Still from the Pianist. Director Roman Polanski(Pic 3)  Sharon Tate was 8 months pregnant with Roman Polanki‟s child when Charles Manson‟s gang killed her at her home. 
  9. 9.   „”And Damon Hill exits the chicane and wins the Japanese Grand Prix... and I've got to stop, because I've got a lump in my throat” This was the moment when X(a commentator)'s favourite driver, Damon Hill, became world champion. 'It was the most emotional moment of my broadcasting life' he said later. 'I felt everything welling up and thought "Christ, I'm going to burst into tears". In my heart of hearts, I was worried that Damon wasn't going to get the job done.„ This is part of Guardian‟s 10 greatest commentary bits ever.(2002)
  10. 10.  Former BBC/ITV formula 1 commentator , OBE, arguably the greatest commentator of f1, in a career spanning 26 years.
  11. 11.             Michael Jordan Larry Bird Karl Malone Magic Johnson Charles Barkley Patrick Ewing Scottie Pippen Clyde Drexler Chris Mullins David Robinson John Stockton Christian Laettner
  12. 12. What is this exhaustive list.  Which one of them is the odd one out.  Why 
  13. 13. 1992 USA dream team Considered to be most dominant team ever assembled in any sport.  It defeated its opposition, by an average 44 points enroute the Gold medal in Barcelona Olympics.  Christian Laettner was the only college guy to be selected in the team, and only one of the 12 , not to be instituted in the Hall Of Fame later. 
  14. 14.    We first heard Sandeep Vinayak Prabhu on November 3rd 2006 till 26th Jaunary 2007, a total of 86 days. Then we heard him from 17th August 2008 for another 98 days. After that he was heard on 26th December 2009 for another 84 days. And the last we heard of him was from October 3rd 2010 for another 96 days. Where did we hear him?
  15. 15. The Voice on Bigg Boss
  16. 16. Founded in Cincinnati on November 1, 1894, by William H. Donaldson and James H. Hennegan.  Originally titled ______ Advertising it was a trade paper for the bill posting industry.   Within a few years of its founding, it began to carry news of outdoor amusements.  Widely known today for one 1936 innovation, it began coverage of motion pictures in 1909 and of radio in the 1920s. What?
  17. 17. Billboard Magazine
  18. 18. Stunt man Bob Simmons played the role in the first one in 1962.  There have been several variants of this sequence regarding attire, posture, the sound, the color etc.  The early sequences showed in a suit and tie, until 1977, which from then on showed a dinner jacket and bow tie.  However, the latest two sequences feature an opennecked shirt and business suit respectively.   Which scene is this?
  19. 19. James Bond – Gun Barrel Scene
  20. 20.  In 1998, X filed a lawsuit against Y, stating that there were too many similarities between the two. In the lawsuit, X listed that they both attended UCLA and both wore the #33. He felt that Y was making profits and sponging off the name and number he made famous in the 1970s. He won a court order that required Y to drop the "X" name off his jersey. In addition, all Dolphins jerseys with the "X" name and #33 were immediately pulled from the shelves and merchandising catalogs. Y complied and had his name changed to simply 'Abdul'. Y maintains that he chose the #33 as his uniform number not because of X, but because of former Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Dorsett. After the lawsuit, he changed his name in 2000.  Who are X and Y?    
  21. 21. X – Kareem abdul jabbar Y- abdul karim al jabbar

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