In addition to the TB or Syphilis Round, here are some of biggest doozies from last week. Answers after the jump.
- What EU nation has a capital of Riga?
- Who composed the 1812 Overture?
- This 94 year old, known as the Godfather of Fitness, was the orginal juiceman who attributed his long life to a motto of, “If it tastes good, spit it out.” Who was he?
- Manny Ramirez has 20 career grand slams. The all time leader had 23, and was set by a man who also had a .340 career BA. Who was he?
- English replaced Italian as one of the official languages of this island nation in 1934.
- What country do the Canary Islands belong to?
- In what famous arena does the Westminster Dog Show take place each year?
- This type of dog has been named America’s most popular purebred by the American Kennel Club for 18 consecutive years.
- This British philosopher and mathematician was a WWI pacifist, campaigned against Hitler, criticized Soviet totalitarianism and the US’s involvement in Vietnam.
- Granite is composed mainly of feldspar and this transparent crystalline material.
- Jack LaLanne
- Lou Gehrig
- Madison Square Garden
- Labrador Retriever
- Bertrand Russell
3 thoughts on “Toughest Questions From Last Week”
Is question 1 harder than question 10?
Problem corrected. I am trying to find something to blame for that dumb mistake. I'll let you know when I have a scapegoat.
Now, if you were Barack Obama, you could blame George Bush. I mean, you could blame Bush anyway, but you probably wouldn't fool many people. Well, actually maybe you would.