VP of international business development
Inside the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., the 19-foot statue of the seated president is wearing all but which of these things?
A: Jacket B: Tie
C: Vest D: Lycra bike shorts
Which type of table typically has a comfortable, horseshoe-shaped cushion to rest your face and forehead on?
A: Poker table B: Dining room table
C: Massage table D: Pool table
After a glitch-filled debut in early 2018, beef patties at an L.A.-area restaurant called Caliburger are once again being cooked by a robot fittingly named what?
A: Skippy B: Whippy
C: Flippy D: Clippy
In our solar system, more planets’ names end with what letter than any other?
A: S B: R
C: N D: E
Still spoken today in parts of central Mexico, the Nahuatl language originated in what ancient culture?
A: Persian B: Greek
C: Aztec D: Mesopotamian
What actor who played the role of Stringer Bell on HBO’s “The Wire” shares his last name with a historic island off the coast of Tuscany?
A: Idris Ibiza B: Idris Elba
C: Idris Malta D: Idris Corsica
While the ESRB has primary jurisdiction in the U.S., it’s part of the IARC — an internationally recognized rating system for what?
A: Movies B: TV shows
C: Song lyrics D: Video games
The name of which car company means “I roll” in Latin?
A: Audi B: Fiat
C: Maserati D: Volvo
John’s a good Catholic boy but never learned Latin. But he knows that in some languages
What is the fissure of Rolando?
A: Famous geyser in Spain B: Part of the brain
C: Thin, center part of an hourglass D: A deadly crevasse on Mt. Everest
A fissure is a break in the earth, and Rolando is a Spanish name, so John answers A.
John wins $5,000.
QotD (read by an anchor from KSNV in Las Vegas)
Mickey Mouse’s faithful pet Pluto is what type of dog?
A: Beagle B: Great Dane
C: Bloodhound D: German shepherd