Month: September 2015

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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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 …

Interesting Question of the Day – 30 September 2015 Read More »

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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 …

Interesting Question of the Day – 28 September 2015 Read More »

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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 …

Team Name Bonus Point – Week of 27 September 2015 Read More »

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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 …

Interesting Question of the Day – 25 September 2015 Read More »

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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 …

Interesting Question of the Day – 23 September 2015 Read More »

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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 …

Interesting Question of the Day – 21 September 2015 Read More »

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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 …

Team Name Bonus Point – Week of 20 September Read More »

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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 …

Interesting Question of the Day – 18 September 2015 Read More »

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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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