Episode 2 of Trivial Warfare featured some great questions. We started with a question about Donald Duck’s family and ended with a question about Presidential families.
In the middle we learned about the contribution that German beer drinkers made to the English language, about a woman who is the epitome of bling bling, and what the Lone Ranger has to do with Classical music.
And of course, there will be more terrible singing for your...umm, entertainment (kind of)?
Anyway, check out episode 2 now on any major podcasting service and don't be shy about writing up a quick review! Thanks.
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What are the names of Donald Duck’s mischievous nephews?
(Bonus) – What is Donald Duck’s Middle Name?
What president signed the voting rights act, considered by some to be the end of the civil rights movement?
Lyndon Baines Johnson
What is the local popular name for a German beer mug?
Which 4 sided geometric shape can have just 2 parallel sides?
What two word French phrase has come into use in the English to describe a policy of non-interference?
God Gave you Rock and Roll
What Rock Band’s 1993 Vs. Album was unique for the time in that no related singles or videos were released in the US?
In Greek Mythology what was the collective name of the giant children of Uranus and Gaea?
Mike Judge is best known for created what two popular TV Shows
Beavis & Butthead and King of the Hill
Who wove an album called Tapestry in 1971?
In 1800, the Electoral College vote was split evenly between Thomas Jefferson and what Republican opponent that became his Vice President?
What was the first permanent English settlement in America?
Which female appears on the 1999 US dollar coin?
Susan B. Anthony
What American baseball start was known as the Iron Horse?
In what US State would you find Pike’s Peak?
Which book of the Old Testament describes the history of the Israelites from the death of Joshua until shortly before the reign of Saul?
A group of lions is called what?
Classic TV & Music
What piece of classical music was used as the theme tune for TV’s The Lone Ranger?
The William Tell Overture
The Planet Earth
The structure of the earth is comprised of several layers. What is the top layer called?
Tunnels and Bridges
In which Italian city will you find the famous Bridge of Sighs?
Music & History
Which song was adopted as the national anthem of the confederate states of America by its congress in 1861?
Bonnie Blue Flag
As of December 2013 there were 26 presidential children that were still living. Name 5 of them
Sasha & Malia Obama
George W. Bush
I’m going to give you the nickname; you must give me the athlete’s full name.
MLB – Charlie Hustle
NFL – White Shoes
NBA – The Glove
NHL – The Golden Jet