Trivia Recap (MBLP) – March 5, 2014 (Unknown Location)

Trivia recap of auld by a rival team. Enjoy!

March 5, 2014 · 

 

 

Since our usual source for nightly game re-caps, theSteele Shivers, seem to be laying low this week, I guess I’ll have to do this thing myself. For those that did not play, here were the Sporcle Live – Detroit questions from Tuesday.

Game 1
1. What company produced the first commercial instant camera, in 1947?

2. What actor was the only person to ever marry actress Farrah Fawcett?

3. What is the name of one of the two rivers by which the ancient land of Mesopotamia was bordered?

4. What sport awards the William Harridge Trophy?

5. Name two of the three women who have served as Secretary of State in the United States government. (Bonus:
Name all 3)

6. What 13 year old topped the Billboard Charts in 1963 with the song “Fingertips” – the first live recording to ever hold the top spot?

7. In degrees, what is the sum of the interior angles of a regular octagon?

8. Dynomutt, Dog Wonder was the sidekick of what Hanna-Barbera crime fighter?

9. The following audio clip was taken from what 1992 film?
(Mr. Brown, Mr. White, Mr. Blonde, etc.)

10. Pepita is the Spanish word for what kind of seeds? (Peh-PEE-Tah) Pumpkin, Sunflower, Sesame, or Poppy

Mystery Round – Triple B
1) Brand name food product with a secret recipe that Duke the talking Dog is always trying to steal
2) 1960s musical about a popular singer being drafted into the Army.
3) Disney song that the Fairy Godmother sings while she transforms Cinderella
4) The three words the complete the following nighttime advice… “Sleep tight and don’t let the…”

Final – Wonders
In 1994, the American Society of Civil Engineers put together a list of the most remarkable civil engineering feats of the 20th century that they called the “Seven Wonders of the Modern World”. Of those seven wonders, two of them are located in the United States. Name one of them.

Game 2

1. What is the oldest and probably most famous neighborhood in New Orleans, which contains Bourbon Street, and gets pretty hopping during Mardi Gras?

2. Usually fortified with Vitamin D, milk that has a fat content of 3.25% or higher is classed as what type?

3. The term “Black Tuesday” refers to the US Stock Market crash which occurred in what year?

4. In 2001, what comedy rock duo released a self-titled album that contained the songs “Tribute”, “Kyle Quit the Band”, “One Note Song”, and “Wonderboy”?

5. What long-time college football sportscaster was known for the phrase “WHOA NELLIE!!”?

6. What women’s magazine did Helen Gurley Brown edit from 1966 to 1998?

7. What funnyman was known for wrestling women in comedy skits, claiming he was the Inter-Gender Champion?

8. The condition of Pyrosis is better known as what? Although it might sound serious, it’s actually quite common.

9. In American Sign Language, which two letters require movement?

10. What Italian fashion designer/icon was murdered in Miami in 1997?

Mystery – Beer Spokespersons – Name the beer based on the spokesperson

 

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Final – After He Was President

What former US president served as the president of the National Rifle Association in 1883?

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