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Random Trivia2

  1. 1. TRIVIA! November 16, 2010
  2. 2. Rules  20 Questions with 2 Rounds ◦ The First Round Questions are worth 1 Point Each ◦ The Second Round Questions are worth 2 Points  One Halftime Question: Worth 5 Points  One Final Question: Wager up to 10 Points
  3. 3. Rules  Grab some paper and a pen from the bar for your team and turn in your team’s answer into the pitcher on the bar  Choose a team name. Right your team name on EACH answer you turn in. If there’s no team name, you get no points.  I will read the question then play a song. You will have until the end of the song to get your answers into the pitcher. If your team doesn’t have a response when I collect them, sorry, your team is too slow and you get no points.  Spelling does NOT count  NO cell phones, computers, iTouches, etc.
  4. 4. ROUND ONE
  5. 5. Question 1 Which was the first of H.J. Heinz’s “57 Varieties?”
  6. 6. Answer Horseradish
  7. 7. Question 2 Who was the first president to use the informal version of his name?
  8. 8. Answer Jimmy Carter
  9. 9. Question 3 Who is the only former Clemson football player with three Superbowl rings?
  10. 10. Answer Jeff Bostic
  11. 11. Question 4 On Saved By the Bell, what was the name of the beach club the gang worked?
  12. 12. Answer Malibu Sands Beach Club
  13. 13. Question 5 What was the highest grossing film of 2009, making $2,471,000,000?
  14. 14. Answer Avatar
  15. 15. Question 6 Before it was called Ping Pong, what was the sport called? A) Wiff Waff B) Scutt Scutt C) Pom Pom D) Netto
  16. 16. Answer A) Wiff Waff
  17. 17. Question 7 In what year did Buddy Holly die?
  18. 18. Answer 1959
  19. 19. Question 8 True or False: The Fig Newton was named after the town, Newton, Massachusetts?
  20. 20. Answer True
  21. 21. Question 9 What candy was the first wrapped penny candy in America?
  22. 22. Answer Tootsie Rolls
  23. 23. Halftime Question (5 points) What are the first and last names of the 4 main characters in Sex and The City?
  24. 24. Answer Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Charlotte York-Goldenblatt, and Miranda Hobbes
  25. 25. ROUND TWO
  26. 26. Question 11 What was the character name of the coffee shop worker on Friends who was in love with character Rachel Green? He is also a Clemson graduate!
  27. 27. Answer Gunther
  28. 28. Question 12 Within 50, how many calories does a McDonald’s Big Mac have?
  29. 29. Answer 540 calories
  30. 30. Question 13 At the CMA’s this past week, who won 2010 New Artist of the Year?
  31. 31. Answer Zac Brown Band
  32. 32. Question 14 What are the birthstone of months May, July and October?
  33. 33. Answer May: Emerald July: Ruby October: Opal
  34. 34. Question 15 True or False: The teddy bear was named after President Theodore Roosevelt.
  35. 35. Answer True
  36. 36. Question 16 What country does this flag represent?
  37. 37. Answer Argentina
  38. 38. Question 17 Who played Luke Skywalker in “Star Wars”?
  39. 39. Answer Mark Hamill
  40. 40. Question 18 In what state was the Krispy Kreme Doughnut company founded?
  41. 41. Answer North Carolina
  42. 42. Question 19 Which of the following is a town in the most number of states? A) Springfield B) Centerville C) Franklin D) Fairfield
  43. 43. Answer B) Centerville, it is a town in a total of 45 states
  44. 44. FINAL QUESTION!!!! List the 7 continents in order from largest to smallest according to land size.
  45. 45. Answer Asia (44,579,000 km2) Africa (30,065,000) North America (24,256,000) South America (17,819,000) Antarctica (13,209,000) Europe (9,938,000) Australia (7,687,000)

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