Tag: history

Interesting Question of the Day – 5 May 2017

Here we have two members on the New York Military Academy bowling team from the mid 1960s. Who is the cadet on the left? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free

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Interesting Question of the Day – 24 February 2017

A Chicago man was drafted into the army in August 1990 while he was on holiday. What country drafted him? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next

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Interesting Question of the Day – 22 February 2017

Did people take the tube to the last public hanging in London. The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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Interesting Question of the Day – 10 February 2017

Charles Louis de Marbeuf was the French governor of Corsica in the late 1700s. While there, he had an affair with a local woman named Letizia. What was her son’s name? The first new player to comment on the website

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Interesting Question of the Day – 30 January 2017

Name the four political leaders with the most views on wikipedia. We’re talking about leaders born after the year 1400. The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next

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Interesting Question of the Day – 27 January 2017

What do all of the following songs have in common? Leaving on a Jet Place by Peter, Paul, and Mary. Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis. Free Fallin’ by Tom Petty. Learn to Fly by The Foo Fighters.

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Interesting Question of the Day – 13 January 2017

What is the famous quote as said in the style of a woman in a meeting? “I’m sorry, Mikhail, if I could? Didn’t mean to cut you off there. Can we agree that this wall maybe isn’t quite doing what

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Interesting Question of the Day – 9 December 2016

The 1966 FIFA World Cup Final was the most watched television broadcast in British television history with 32.3 million viewers. What broadcast came in a close second with 32.1 million viewers? (The same broadcast was also the most watched broadcast

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Interesting Question of the Day – 25 November 2016

The MS Queen Victoria is a cruise ship operated by the Cunard Line. How many Victorias long is it? Specifically, from bow to stern how many Queen Victorias would you have to line up from head to toe to equal

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Interesting Question of the Day – 18 November 2016

Ray Harroun won the Indianapolis 500 in 1911, in large part because he was the first driver to use what device? You can see the device in this photo. The first new player to comment on the website with the

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