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These days averaging about 5,000 words, the annual speech that the U.S. President traditionally delivers to Congress is know as “The State of” what?
A: The Union B: My Marriage
C: Your 401(k) Plans D: Confusion
Which one of these statements about popular websites is NOT true?
A: There’s a Wikipedia page about Wikipedia B: Twitter has a Twitter account
C: You can buy Amazon.com on Amazon.com D: You can “like” Facebook on Facebook
Due to its resemblance to the insect, slitting open and flattening food such as shrimp is called what?
A: Butterflying B: Grasshoppering
C: Centipeding D: Anting
Showing that he really does know when to fold ’em, in 2016 what country singer embarked on what he said would be his final tour?
A: Garth Brooks B: Brad Paisley
C: Kenny Rogers D: Clint Black
Refracting and reflecting are often cited as the two basic types of what?
A: Telescopes B: Chemical bonds
C: Engines D: Roofs
Frequently head on “Dora the Explorer,” the Spanish phrase “Lo hicimos!” means what in English?
A: “You’re my friend!” B: “We did it!”
C: “So long for now!” D: “I’m seven years old!”
With its worldwide box-office take of over $800M making it the highest-grossing film ever made by a woman, the 2017 hit “Wonder Woman” was directed by whom?
A: Kathryn Bigelow B: Patty Jenkins
C: Nancy Meyers D: Penny Marshall
A: 19% B: 61% C: 7% D: 13%
When Alex’s son was 2, he had leukemia. He’s totally fine now after 3½ years of chemo. Alex would like to take some time off to spend with his kids.
Martinsville, Darlington, Watkins Glen and Sonoma are all names of what?
A: Historically black colleges & universities B: NASCAR racetracks
C: Civil War battlegrounds D: Former state capital cities
If you’re considering a trip to Barbados, you should know that the U.K. government’s web page about the island warns that wearing what there is illegal?
A: Camouflage B: Logos
C: Shorts D: Perfume
It might help to be drunk if you’re going to eat “Drunken Shrimp,” since in Asia the crustaceans are often served how?
A: On a bed of fish eyes B: Still living
C: Sprinkled with mold D: Inside an octopus’ stomach
Nothing jumps out at Alex, so he has to walk away. His guess is
Alex wins $30,000.
Taking his real last name and spelling it backwards, Dr. Seuss wrote a number of books using what surname?
A: Klop B: Von Itsu
C: LeSieg D: Du Atra