Toughest Questions From Last Week


In addition to the TB or Syphilis Round, here are some of biggest doozies from last week. Answers after the jump.

  1. What EU nation has a capital of Riga?
  2. Who composed the 1812 Overture?
  3. 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?
  4. 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?
  5. English replaced Italian as one of the official languages of this island nation in 1934.
  6. What country do the Canary Islands belong to?
  7. In what famous arena does the Westminster Dog Show take place each year?
  8. This type of dog has been named America’s most popular purebred by the American Kennel Club for 18 consecutive years.
  9. This British philosopher and mathematician was a WWI pacifist, campaigned against Hitler, criticized Soviet totalitarianism and the US’s involvement in Vietnam.
  10. Granite is composed mainly of feldspar and this transparent crystalline material.


    1. Latvia
    2. Tchaikovsky
    3. Jack LaLanne
    4. Lou Gehrig
    5. Malta
    6. Spain
    7. Madison Square Garden
    8. Labrador Retriever
    9. Bertrand Russell
    10. Quartz

    3 thoughts on “Toughest Questions From Last Week

    1. 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.

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