In sports, which of the following is NOT typically thrown overhand?
A: Javelin B: Baseball
C: Football D: Bowling ball
In a phrase often attributed to legendary American architect Louis Sullivan, “Form follows…” what?
A: Function B: Funkiness
C: Fungus D: DJ Khalid on Instagram
To give your arms more clearance if your airbag deploys, instead of “10 and 2,” driving experts now recommend putting your hands at either “8 and 4” or what?
A: “9 and 3” B: “6 and 7”
C: “11 and 8” D: “1 and 5”
Fittingly, the Norway pavilion at Disney’s Epcot theme park is home to what ride based on a Disney film set in chilly Norway?
A: The Coco Express B: Moana Falls
C: Frozen Ever After D: The Zootopia Wild Cruise
“Secretary to the President” and “Assistant to the President of the United States” are former names for what position that oversees the Executive Office?
A: White House Communications Director B: Chief of Staff
C: National Security Adviser D: Sergeant-at-Arms
A: 8% B: 90% C: 1% D: 1%
The winner of two Golden Globes, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” is a TV series about a 1950s housewife who decides to pursue a career in what field?
A: Stand-up comedy B: Medicine
C: Firefighting D: Journalism
Mike was an amateur MMA fighter for four years.
Originally called a Westport chair (after a town in New York), what type of furniture was first created in 1903 using just 11 wooden boards?
A: Chesterfield chair B: Chaise lounge
C: Rocking chair D: Adirondack chair
Dubbing his method “comparative dactyloscopy,” in 1892 Argentine detective Juan Vucetich became the first to successfully use what in a murder investigation?
A: Voice identification B: Blood type matching
C: Ballistic analysis D: Fingerprints
The fastest human being ever recorded, Usain Bolt once ran a 20-meter segment in just 1.63 seconds, which is roughly what speed?
A: 18 mph B: 28 mph
C: 38 mph D: 48 mph
Mike knows 20 meters is 1/80 of a mile. He narrows it down to 28 or 38 mph, but he walks away.
Anne Sullivan was the longtime tutor for what famous American?
A: Thomas Edison B: John F. Kennedy
C: Helen Keller D: Emily Dickenson