Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Trivia - A Google a Day XI

What common human ailment do norovirus and rotaviruses cause?

In 2011, which NFL QB threw for over 500 yards and four touchdowns in a single game, the first time this had been done since 1962?
Tom Brady

What is the predominant color of the flag of the country that lies northwest of China and southeast of Kazakhstan?

Of the country Kyrgyzstan.

In the least densely populated autonomous country in the world, in what city does nearly half the population live?
Ulan Bator
Ulan Bator is the capitol of mongolia.

Aside from Roderick, who else marks the end of the lineage for the inhabitants in the house of Usher in Poe's short story?

How many cartridges came with the Magnavox Odyssey when it was purchased?

What was the birthplace of the 1972 Olympian credited with popularizing the running craze in the U.S.? (City)
Coos Bay, Oregon

What author's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1939 work is considered to be among the first of the concept that would come to be known as "young-adult fiction"?
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
who wrote The Yearling.

What actress turned down the role of FBI Special Agent Clarice Starling, later telling Barbara Walters, "A difficult decision, but I got nervous about the subject matter"?
Michelle Pfeiffer
The acting role for the cop in Hannibal Lector movies.

What was the surname of the Quartermaster General who ordered 26 Union soldiers buried in the rose garden of the wife of the commander of the Confederate Army?

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