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General Knowledge Quiz #94

Answer these random trivia questions.
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First submittedMarch 19, 2014
Last updatedAugust 30, 2019
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What geologic period came after the Triassic?
Jurassic
If you land at John Lennon airport, what city are you in?
Liverpool
If you have insomnia, what can't you do?
Sleep
What war's last casualty was Henry Gunther, who died at 10:59 a.m, November 11, 1918 -
just one minute before the official armistice?
WWI
What industry's four capitals are New York, London, Paris, and Milan?
Fashion
What type of creature are Smaug and Puff?
Dragon
Whose quotations are collected into the most-printed book in Chinese history?
Mao Zedong
Which book of the Bible is about the Jews leaving Egypt and coming to the Holy Land?
Exodus
What dessert's ingredients include lady fingers, coffee, mascarpone, and cocoa?
Tiramisu
What giant beast was kidnapped from Skull Island?
King Kong
In what country is Papadopoulos the most common family name?
Greece
What type of cancer kills more women than any other?
Lung Cancer
What chemical is often added to tap water in order to reduce tooth decay?
Fluoride
What disease did Tom Hanks's character have in the 1993 movie "Philadelphia"?
AIDS
What musical artist was known as "The Purple One"?
Prince
Among the countries in Asia, which one has the most Christians?
Philippines
What country has won 3 of the 5 Olympic gold medals awarded in baseball?
Cuba
Who supposedly died at age 42 in 1977 - although some people aren't so sure?
Elvis Presley
What sport has "Marquess of Queensberry" rules?
Boxing
What product once featured a much-loathed "assistant" named Clippy?
Microsoft Office
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level 68
Apr 22, 2014
Only got 8, wasn't really paying attention. First comment, though!
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level 50
Apr 22, 2014
Woo hoo. First reply to the first comment! Yeah!
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level 72
Oct 17, 2016
First to reply to the first to reply to the first..,. oh, never mind
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level 43
Oct 17, 2016
Jerry928, lol! xD
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level 22
Apr 22, 2014
Love the clippy reference. Could never stand that thing
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level 82
May 21, 2014
It's actually only recently that I realised there's no Clippy anymore and wondered where it'd gone. Not that I miss it .. not at all.. just always turned it off, so I guess it took a while to notice it was totally gone.
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level 82
Jun 2, 2016
Speaking of which .. it doesn't accept MSWord or MSOffice? You need to type "Microsoft", which *IS* accepted as such even though it isn't a product really.
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level ∞
Jun 3, 2016
MS Word / Office will work now.
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level 71
Oct 17, 2016
I tried MS Bob to no success
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level 77
Dec 11, 2014
I'm surprised that Russia isn't the home to the most Christians in Asia.
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level 83
Jun 2, 2016
Look at the wording of the question: "Among the countries in Asia," and Russia on this site is grouped with the European countries.
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level ∞
Jun 3, 2016
Also, the Asian population of Russia is very small compared to the population of Philippines.
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level 55
Sep 20, 2016
You misspelled "much-loathed". It should read "much-loved".
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level 79
Oct 17, 2016
Bill Gates...Is that you?
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level 35
Oct 17, 2016
I thought all of Asia was Buddhist or Hindu or Islam!
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level 64
Oct 18, 2016
Wow...
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level 77
Oct 18, 2016
I would assume you were joking; except that Islam is not an adjective. Israel is predominantly Jewish. Russia (a large portion of which is in Asia) is predominantly Orthodox Christian. Other Orthodox countries in Asia include Georgia, Armenia, and Cyprus. The Philippines are predominantly Catholic though there are evangelical and other Christian minorities, and Mindanao and other southern islands are mostly Muslim. There are sizable Christian minorities in China, India, Japan, South Korea, Kazakhstan, Iran, Syria, Jordan, and Israel among other places.
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level 77
Oct 18, 2016
oh and East Timor is also Catholic. Which is likely the main reason they declared independence from Muslim Indonesia. Singapore is a very diverse place with lots of different religions.
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level 51
Oct 18, 2016
Confucius says: you are wrong.
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level ∞
Aug 23, 2019
Confucius also said don't get into arguments with people on the internet and yet, here we are.
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level ∞
Aug 23, 2019
Snark aside, the quiz is correct:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_best-selling_books
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level 59
Sep 14, 2017
you might want to reread on Fluoride. It seems to not help at all against tooth decay, on the contrary, and it is very poisonous and can cause all kinds of health problems.
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level 53
Apr 19, 2018
And you don't vaccinate your children either? Same sort of incorrect reading.
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level 57
Feb 21, 2019
Fluoride in the water to help teeth is a giant scam. Glad most of the world (including OECD countries no longer partake). I have a tertiary science degree, so you, QuizWol, take your smug attitude where the sun don't shine (and no that's not a flat earth reference).
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level ∞
Aug 23, 2019
I suggest people read this article before commenting further:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_fluoridation_controversy

According to the article, the scientific consensus is that flouridation is both safe and effective. However, there are a minority within the scientific community who dispute this. There are also a lot of conspiracy theories. My favorite is that flouridation was a communist plot to sap the brainpower of Americans.

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level 72
Jun 22, 2019
I've always wondered why the English changed the word marquis to marquess with a female suffix.
What gives?
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level 53
Aug 30, 2019
It's dessert, not desert.
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level ∞
Aug 30, 2019
D'oh! Classic blunder, now fixed.