Which of these is a nickname for the D.C. headquarters of the U.S. State Department, and NOT a common condition treated by Pepto-Bismol?
A: Heartburn B: Indigestion
C: Foggy Bottom D: Upset stomach
Feathers flew on April 7, 2018 as mischief makers in over 50 cities around the globe participated in what playful “combat” event?
A: International Pillow Fight Day B: International Slap Fight Day
C: International Snowball Fight Day D: International Knife Fight Day
The very first day of operations for which of the following involved sorting 186 packages around a card table and loading them onto 14 jets?
A: Pony Express B: Domino’s
C: FedEx D: Santa Claus
Which of these James Bond film titles might set off your spellcheck, because one of the words uses the British spelling instead of the American one?
A: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service B: Licence to Kill
C: Quantum of Solace D: Diamonds Are Forever
New Hampshire might be “The Granite State,” but what neighbor immediately to its west is home to “Rock of Ages,” one of the world’s largest granite quarries?
A: Maine B: Connecticut
C: Rhode Island D: Vermont
The phrase “I shall hear in Heaven” is attributed to which person, who died in 1827?
A: Helen Keller B: Thomas Edison
C: Ludwig von Beethoven D: Galileo
NBA superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks is known by what rhyming nickname?
A: The Haitian Sensation B: The Senegalese Breeze
C: The Greek Freak D: The Bulgarian Barbarian
Uniting the houses of Lancaster and York, the marriage of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York in 1486 was the first to take place under which royal dynasty?
A: Plantagenet B: Tudor
C: Hanover D: Stuart
If a single bee produces 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey in its lifetime, how many bees would be required to make a gallon of honey?
A: 4,608 B: 6,144
C: 9,216 D: 12,288
Sam (a pediatrician) knows a teaspoon is
Which of these does NOT correctly match a U.S. state with an animal that appears on its flag?
A: Oregon & Beaver B: Wyoming & Bison
C: Michigan & Elk D: California & Condor
From the late 1920s until the early 1950s, most stop signs were not red, but what color?
A: White B: Blue
C: Yellow D: Brown
50/50 leaves white and yellow.
Sam remembers a Kodachrome picture of a yellow stop sign.
Sam will be back on Friday.