Some questions from Monday Night

Here’s a few questions from the City vs.City Smackdown, in case you missed it. (Oh, and Denver and Colorado Springs had a bad turnout. I guess they just knew we were gonna kick their asses, so they didn’t bother showing. If you’d like to rub it in, just click here.):

  1. What feminist icon famously quipped, ‘A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle’, and then later married Christian Bale’s dad?
  2. In what book of the Old Testament would you find the story of the Tower of Babel?
  3. The first underwater car tunnel in the US was completed in 1927 in New York. What’s it called?
  4. Jupiter is the largest planet. What planet is 2nd largest?
  5. In what year did Seattle Slew win the Triple Crown?
  6. Who was the star of the Garbage Picking Field Goal Kicking Philadadelphia Phenomenon?
  7. What popular singer released a song called Albuquerque in 1975 and a song called Philadelphia in 1993?
  8. What 1983 movie starring Matthew Broderick took place in Colorado Springs?
  9. In Little Miss Sunshine, the family leaves from Albuequerque to attend a pageant in what california beach city?
  10. What parent company owns Juicy Couture, Kate Spade, and Lucky Brand Jeans?
  11. When George W. Bush graduated from Yale in 1968, he received a bachelor’s degree in what?
  12. Richard Henry Lee accused Thomas Jefferson of plagiarizing this philosophers 2nd treatise when writing the Declaration of Independence.
  13. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves is the first film in the Walt Disney Feature Animation canon. What was the 2nd?
  14. What two NBA teams each had two players on the 1992 Dream Team?
  15. What must the sustained speed be for an Atlantic storm to be labelled a hurricane (give you credit if you are within one either way)?

  1. Gloria Steinem
  2. Genesis
  3. Holland Tunnel
  4. Saturn
  5. 1977
  6. Tony Danza
  7. Neil Young
  8. War Games
  9. Redondo Beach
  10. Liz Claiborne
  11. History
  12. John Locke
  13. Pinocchio
  14. Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz
  15. 74 mph (so 73 mph and 75 mph are also acceptable)

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