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Thanks for sticking with us while we took a week to get our bandwidth issues straightened out. The increase in downloads convinced me to spend some extra money to upgrade our hosting service.
This week’s episode is chock full of awesome trivia and goofy shenanigans. We tackle questions about the OJ Simpson Trial, California and alcohol. Watch out for the trick question! Don’t forget our iTunes review policy. You drop a nice review on us and we’ll be happy to give you a shout out!
What world structure was 26.5 miles long until 1989?
The Berlin Wall
The conversation led to the Great Wall of China which we were surprised to learn extended over 13K miles. You can see why below. How long is that? The circumference of the earth at its widest point is 24K miles.
Who merged with James Bailey and became known as the creator of the 3 ring circus
What is the slowest stroke in Olympic swimming events?
The Breast Stroke
What ingredient does the word Sushi refer to?
I searched for the Terry Bradshaw commercial Chris referenced on the show but I couldn't find a video. If you find it do me a favor and email me a link at email@example.com and I'll get it added.
Within 2 years either way, what year was Sir Mix-A-Lot’s Baby Got Back released?
What athlete was charged last year with 2 counts of domestic violence on her half-sister and her nephew in Seattle Washington?
The classic tales The Lord of the Rings and Lord of the Flies both feature a primary character with what first name?
Which Marlon Brando film features the line, “You don’t understand, I coulda had class, I coulda been a contender”?
On the Waterfront
What % of people have an I.Q. above 120? 9%, 29% or 49%?
We talked a little bit about the qualifications for Mensa. Officially your IQ has to be in the 98th percentile. That's a 132 on the Stanford-Binet test or a 148 on the Catell test.
Alaska, Nebraska, Virginia, Connecticut – Please provide the 2 letter postal abbreviation for each state.
AK, NE, VA, CT
What land feature extends more than 800 miles from Northwest California to the Gulf of California?
The San Andreas Fault
How many different U.S. Presidents have their been?
Grover Cleveland is the trick here. He served two non-consecutive terms with Benjamin Harrison sandwiched in between.
What Las Vegas hotel burned in 1980 which resulted in 84 casualties?
The MGM Grand
I regret that we took this question a little bit lightly on the show. I'm attaching a news report from the incident at the time. The first thing you notice is how much different everything looks. But you also get the scope of how large of a tragedy this event really was.
Who was the head prosecutor in the OJ Simpson case.
Charlie Parker, also known as “the Bird”, was known for playing what instrument?
Here's a taste of Charlie Parker.
What legendary creature whose names Spanish translation is “to suck goat”, had its earliest sightings traced back to Puerto Rico in 1995.
What liquor (liquore?) was Vincent Van Gogh allegedly drinking heavily the night that he cut off his ear?
I need to make a quick correction. On the show I said that Van Gogh was in Jamaica when he cut off his ear. That was incorrect. Apparently he was in France at the time.
Name the actor or actress that appeared in these 3 films – The Deerhunter, Mama Mia, Lemony Snicket’s: A Series of Unfortunate Events?
Who is the only player in the NFL to score a touchdown in 4 consecutive SuperBowls
Put these events in order from the earliest to have happened to the most recent
The US Celebrates the 100th anniversary of the construction of the Statue of Liberty
Viking 1 and 2 Land on Mars
4 Officers are acquitted in the LA beating of Rodney King
Ted Turner introduces CNN as the first all news network
1. Viking 1 & 2 (1976)
2. CNN Introduced (1980)
3. Statue of Liberty (1986)
4. Officers are Acquitted (1992)