The Pursuit of Trivia!
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What country was the next to launch a satellite after the Soviet Union and United States?
What country invented the Winter Olympic sport of bobsleigh?
Who was the sculptor who designed the Statue of Liberty?
Edouard Rene de Laboulaye
Ferdinand de Lesseps
Fredric Auguste Bartholdi
Who was the "Muppet Show" drummer?
What name was given to the O'Hara plantation in "Gone With the Wind"?
Costing an estimated $12-15 billion dollars, what is the largest privately financed engineering project in history?
CityCenter Las Vegas
The Channel Tunnel
Which country is the world's largest supplier of wool?
Whose ear did Mike Tyson bite in the 1997 fight dubbed "The Sound and the Fury"?
Who was the first "Holy Roman Emperor"?
What Monty Python character liked to "put on women's clothing and hang around in bars"?
Upper class twit
Which planet's satellites are mostly named after Shakespeare characters?
What is the world's largest volcano?
Mauna Loa (Hawaii)
What element has the atomic number 26 and the chemical symbol Fe?
What computer company made its first big break into the arcade game market with "Donkey Kong"?
How many days were there in the ancient Egyptian calendar year?
What name was shared by the drummers for "Duran Duran" and "Queen"?
Which nursery rhyme character "kissed the girls and made them cry"?
Little Jack Horner
Little Boy Blue
Which is the largest of the seven Canary Islands?
Which continent produces most of the world's cocoa beans?
What distance is covered by the Olympic sprinter dubbed "the fastest man in the world"?
What city saw work start on the United Nations headquarters in 1950?
What is the name of Julia Roberts' character in "Notting Hill"?
What city must you visit to see Leonardo Da Vinci's famous "The Last Supper"?
What is Europe's second-largest island after Great Britain?
What is the only company to have produced engines that held the world air, land and water speed records simultaneously?
What is the highest possible snooker break in normal play without the advantage of a foul?
Whose 1939 nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize was retracted in February of that same year?
What are the only animals ever seen in the land where the Teletubbies live?
What kind of flowers did Mary Poppins wear in her hat?
Which British castle is said to include columns from the Roman city of Leptis Magna in Libya?
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