Month: September 2015

New Venue – Old Canberra Inn – Starting 13 October

If you like beer and trivia, you will want to read this. iQ Trivia will be starting at a new venue on 13 October. The Old Canberra Inn is pairing up a rustic atmosphere, craft beer, and Australia’s most interesting

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Interesting Question of the Day – 30 September 2015

Economist George Taylor developed the Hemline Index which links the economy to the length of women’s skirts. According to the Hemline Index, are short skirts associated with a good economy or a bad economy? Make sure you give us your

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Interesting Question of the Day – 28 September 2015

French writer Guy de Maupassant hated the Eiffel Tower. Why did he supposedly eat his lunch at a restaurant at it’s base? The first new player to comment of the website with the correct answer wins a drink at their

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Team Name Bonus Point – Week of 27 September 2015

You probably haven’t heard of the town of Okotoks in Canada, but they’ve come up with a new town slogan that has failed to impress. iQ Trivia likes to help out, so this week we are asking you to come

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Interesting Question of the Day – 25 September 2015

The AC/DC song “It’s a long way to the top” features bagpipes played by Bon Scott. Why did the band switch from them being played live to having a recording of them play during performances? The first new player to

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Interesting Question of the Day – 23 September 2015

The following is the last line from what film? I do wish we could chat longer but… I’m having an old friend for dinner… bye. The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a

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Interesting Question of the Day – 21 September 2015

According to 2012 data, aside from the UK and Ireland, what country in the European Union has the highest proportion of adults who can have a conversation in English? The first new player to comment on the website with the

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Team Name Bonus Point – Week of 20 September

The biggest story from last week was the change in leadership of the Liberal Party and Australia getting a new Prime Minister.  You probably heard the word “spill” a lot. Well you’re going to hear it a bit more.  This

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Interesting Question of the Day – 18 September 2015

What is the highest number of knights that you could put on a chessboard such that none of them could attack another in a single move? The first new player to comment with the correct answer wins a free drink

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Interesting Question of the Day – 16 September 2015

There are seven murders committed in the 1995 film Se7en. How many of the seven deaths occur on screen. The first new player to comment with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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