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Einstein's Riddle

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ALBERT EINSTEIN'S RIDDLE ARE YOU IN THE TOP 2% OF INTELLIGENT PEOPLE IN THE WORLD? SOLVE THE RIDDLE AND FIND OUT. There are no tricks, just pure logic, so good luck and ...

Quote

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Who originally said... "My greatest wish is that none of my children become lawyers."

New Trivia Coming Soon

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The answer to the last question, for anyone left wondering...

Steely Dan

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What is the band Steely Dan named after?

Crimson Tide

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Why do they call Alabama the Crimson Tide?

Republics

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What country is the oldest republic still in existence today?

Alan Greenspan

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What was Alan Greenspan's profession before he became an economist?

51st steak

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Who said "What's all this fuss I hear about making Puerto Rico a steak?"

Authors

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Name three authors who have reached #1 on the New York Times best-seller list, for both fiction and non-fiction?

Capital Punishment

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How many individuals have been executed by the US federal government since the federal death penalty was reinstated in 1988 (and subsequently expanded in 1994)?

Geography 2

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What do Liechtenstein and Uzbekistan have in common?

Foreign Phrases

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What is the meaning of the phrase "belle laide"?

Muggles

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Before author J.K. Rowling began using the word "muggle" to refer to mortals, what did the word "muggle" mean?

Fatima

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What is the Third Secret of Fatima?

Stadiums

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Where is the largest stadium in the world?

The Gilligan Dilemma

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This week we are going to try something a little different. This week's question is not a trivia question, but more of a philosophical question. There are no "right" answers, but ...

X Marks the Spot

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Why do traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange sometimes wear an "X" made from duct tape on their clothing?

The Topology of Hollywood

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Who is the center of the Hollywood universe? (and no, it is not Kevin Bacon.) And just to make it interesting, and to keep random guessing to a minimum, this week your first ...

Presidential Campaigns

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Who was the first incumbent US president to actively campaign on his own behalf while in office?

Standard Time

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How long, exactly, is a second? (Or, put another way, what is the exact definition of a second?)

Quantum Leap

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Why was a tavern in Cokesburg, Pennsylvania chosen as the setting for the last episode of Quantum Leap?

Jubilee

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This summer the United Kingdom celebrates the Golden Jubilee, marking the 50th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's accession to the throne. What is the origin of the word ...

In God We Trust

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When did "IN GOD WE TRUST" become the national motto of the United States?

INRI

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Many paintings that depict the crucifixion of Christ include a small sign attached to the cross above the head of Jesus. This sign is usually depicted with the letters "INRI". ...

 

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