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The movie Sahara stars Matthew McConaughey, whose nephew was
a) Mickey Mouse McConaughey
b) Mobile Home McConaughey
c) Miller Lyte McConaughey
Dan Brown uses what technique to overcome writer's block?
b) Hanging upside down
c) Making origami fish
Blue Jeans produced by Levi Strauss during WWII aided the war effort
by doing which of these?
a) Omitting copper rivets from the jeans
b) Donating more than 1 million pairs of trousers to servicemen
c) Painting on decorative stitching, rather than waste thread
In the 1980's, actress/singer Pia Zadora was nominated for all of
these awards, but did not receive which one?
a) Golden Globe Award for Best New Star of the Year
b) Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance
c) Golden Raspberry Award for Worst New Star of the Decade
Which creation of mail-order magnate Harold von Braunhut was taken
into space by John Glenn?
a) Amazing Sea-Monkeys
b) Invisible Goldfish
c) X-Ray Spex
In her 1922 guide to gracious behavior, Etiquette in Society, in
Business, in Politics and at Home, Emily Post does not employ which
character as an exemplar of proper etiquette?
a) Mrs. John Hunter Titherington Smith
b) Mrs. George Worthington Grandname
c) Mrs. Alice Toplofty Gilding
While First Lady of the United States, Betty Ford was known by what
Secret Service code name?
b) Piña Colada
While many characters have been immortalized in plastic as PEZ
dispensers, which has been honored with the most different
b) Santa Claus
c) Charlie Brown
As recounted in Hemingway and Bailey's Bartending Guide to Great American
Writers, Ernest Hemingway won a $50 wager from John O'Hara by breaking a
heavy wooden what over his own head?
In carny slang, a "floss wagon" refers to what?
a) A cotton candy stand
b) An elaborately decorated carousel
c) A game offering only worthless prizes