Friday, October 12, 2012

Trivia - A Google a Day XXIX

Because of its representation of American capitalism, what popular board game was once banned in Russia and China, and remains banned in Cuba and North Korea as of 2012?

Which legendary goal scorer played for three World Cup-winning teams and published his autobiography in 1977 called "My Life and the Beautiful Game"?

Which Major-winning golfer sang backing vocals on a chart-topping album from 2007 called "Rock n Roll Jesus"?
John Daly

What river connects the City That Care Forgot with the capital of its state?
Mississippi River

The country that in 2010 had the world's highest GDP per capita and the fastest growing economy in the world borders only one nation. With what country does it share a border?

What is the protagonist's real name in Fitzgerald's 1920's novel narrated by Nick Carraway?
James Gatz

What was the street address of the business where the first ever credit card charge was made?
33 W. 33rd Street

If you completed two Ironman Triathlons, what interstellar lake would you only be 9.4 miles shy of covering the distance of its entire length?
Ontario Lacus

What crater has the same diameter as a trip from the renowned copper producing town in Uttar Pradesh state of India to Delhi?

What is the name given to the part of the city that includes the I.M. Pei-designed museum located just east of the stadium where the Browns play?
North Coast Harbor

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