Was The T-Shirt I Wore Last Night Foreshadowing of a Final Question?

Curiosity is absolutely KILLING this cat! As in…me! I would love to know what the questions were in Wednesday’s (February 19, 2020) Sporcle Live game! All I know is that these were the final questions:

The organic compound with the formula C2H6O2 is best-known by what name when it is associated with motor vehicles?
Name one of the four performers who have won BOTH an Academy Award for acting AND an MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss. They won their awards for Best Kiss for films released in 1993, 1998, 2005, and 2012.
I would’ve had no clue on final question #1, but strangely enough, I wore this shirt to last night’s trivia game (I played in a different trivia league): 
The design for the 2019 Winter Carnival at Michigan Tech (Houghton, MI).

Whatever the questions were on this night…they must’ve been challenging! No teams posted a score higher than 119 at Arbor Brewing Company Microbrewery (aka the Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti) – and the “top dog” team’s (venue leader) score was only 102! I was happy to see that at a “southern” trivia spot that me and my team played “part time” last year has had a little shakeup in the standings and a new team is now in first (well played, guys…)!

All I know about the chemical compound in final question #1 is that this stuff has been used to poison other people in lots of criminal cases. The key ingredient is called ethylene glycol. There was a woman and her daughter who bumped off two family members with this stuff – and nearly killed a third before they were finally caught. You can read more about that story here.

I like what Wednesday Addams said in Addams Family Values when she talked with her boyfriend about how she would go about murdering a loved one:


If anyone could get away with murder – she could!




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