Here are the questions from the most recent trivia game at Tower Inn (Ypsilanti, MI):
Initialisms – What does the letter T stand for in ATM (banking parlance)?
Keys – What type of master key got its name from being bare bones and whittled down?
Universities – Did not write this down (newsletter q).
Boxers – Whose ear did Mike Tyson bite in a 1997 heavyweight title match?
Classic Movie Lines – What was the first word uttered in Citizen Kane?
McDonald’s – Introduced in 1971, who was the mayor of McDonaldland? Bonus, what adjective was used to describe Grimace when he was introduced as an antagonist the same year? Missed the bonus. Don’t remember much about 1971!
Disney Animals – In what classic 1940 Disney animated film would you find Monstro the whale?
Cars (not my favorite subject lately ugh) – Alloy wheels are made of aluminum and what other metal? Miss
Magazines – Interview magazine was co-founded by what pop artist in 1969?
Halftime – Presidential Prizes
ID the president receiving a Nobel Prize when given the year they received the prize.
1906, 1920, 2002, 2009
Got all of these, 36 points at the half tied with team whose name I will never use in any trivia recaps again (though it may be uttered by me when cursing them, LOL) #iamnotawitchijustwanttotagalongontheirhellishcrusade
Ages – A super centenarian is how old?
Names – Most popular baby girl name beginning with E in 2018 (other qualifiers didn’t write them all down).
Soviet Union – Give the exact number of Russian states from 1922 to 1991. There may be awesome teams who know this number off the top of their heads. Ours is not one of those teams, but we still got it #thatsfuckingeammwork
Multitalented Actors – Primetime Emmy winning actor and director appearing on Atlanta and member of Childish Gambino (not sure if I have wording exactly right, I’m typing this on my tablet).
Religion – Who founded Scientology?
Stupor Bowl (not correcting) – What team was defeated by the Patriots in Stupor Bowl 49? Miss
Classic TV – What show started out in its first three seasons as Make Room For Daddy before changing its name to highlight the star? Error 404, pop culture reference not found by any of us (even our “old guy” Brad).
World Capitals – Freetown is the capital of what West African coastal nation?
U.S. Cities – Pike Place Market is in what US city? Love when Brad says “That’s easy” #triviagasm
68 points after these six rounds, in second behind team with no name who had 72.
Including “acts” such as The Who and Simon and Garfunkel, the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame class of 1990 included two inductees with what common number in their name?
We were one off from the correct number, no prizes.
Trivia again Monday at Sticks. As always, Go Pods and stay classy, Donald Glover!
Sorry, no answers for this recap!