Random Nicknames #2 (US Centric)

Guess the people, places and things that have these nicknames.
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Last updated: December 4, 2019
First submittedNovember 23, 2011
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The Donald
Donald Trump
Hugh Hefner
The Governator
Sylvester Stallone
The Rock
Dwayne Johnson
Dwight Eisenhower
The Great Emancipator
Abraham Lincoln
Wizard of Menlo Park
Thomas Edison
Oracle of Omaha
Warren Buffett
Nicole Polizzi
The Louisville Lip
Muhammad Ali
The Pelvis
Elvis Presley
The Hoff
David Hasselhoff
Old Glory
American Flag
Old Ironsides
USS Constitution
U.S. Dollar
Whole Paycheck
Whole Foods
Mickey D's
Ma Bell
Friendly Confines
Wrigley Field
The Rock
FBI agent
Sporting Event
The Run for the
Kentucky Derby
Level 80
Jan 26, 2015
Never heard of The Friendly Confines. I had heard oracle of omaha and run for the roses before I think but missed them anyway. I'm also amazed I managed to come up with Snooki's last name, though I didn't exactly, but you were generous enough to accept my misspelled guess.
Level 42
Jan 26, 2015
Nice touch using a quiz with "Friendly Confines" today. RIP Ernie Banks.
Level 58
Jan 26, 2015
Proud to say the only one I missed was Snooki.
Level 69
Jan 26, 2015
Was thinking of Gibraltar but that's not an island... funny Quizmaster had to put a disclaimer on this one.
Level 37
May 25, 2017
What is it then?
Level 77
Jul 12, 2020
Gibraltar is a peninsula
Level 66
Jan 26, 2015
Oddly Louisville-centric.
Level 56
Jan 27, 2015
Snooki got married and her last name is now Lavalle . . . .
Level 85
Jan 28, 2015
Just out of curiosity, on a scale of 1 to 10, how embarrassed are you to admit that you know that?
Level 72
May 5, 2016
Strictly speaking, "Ma Bell" harkens back to when Bell Telephone was the only game in town, telephonically speaking. I personally have never heard of AT&T being referred to as Ma Bell.
Level 76
Nov 3, 2017
That's incorrect. AT&T was formed and controlled the bell system around 1880 or somewhere around then. AT&T had the monopoly. People would use Ma Bell to refer to parent company and any Bell branch of the company.
Level 68
Apr 7, 2017
Didn't know Whole Foods was referred to as such, but I like this almost as much as "Hipster Heaven."
Level 64
Dec 5, 2017
Asking for Snooki's real name is a big ask.
Level 37
Aug 21, 2018
Got snooki, missed buffet.
Level 22
Sep 10, 2018
asking to SPELL it maybe
Level 67
Dec 5, 2017
Any chance you could change the picture for this quiz? We have to see his smug, smarmy face enough already.
Level 22
Sep 10, 2018
get over it
Level 74
Aug 9, 2018
I thought it was sage (rather than oracle) of Omaha.
Level 65
Oct 26, 2018
Since when would Snooki be considered historical enough to be put on a quiz with the other historical people?!?!?!?!?!
Level 67
Dec 2, 2019
Since the quiz isnt called historical figures, but random nicknames
Level 77
Jul 12, 2020
She was randomly selected.
Level 77
Jul 12, 2020
Some generosity with spelling maybe? Stalone or Haselhof without having to guess where the double letters are?
Level 81
Jul 23, 2020
I've heard "friendly confines" used to refer to any team's home stadium...never heard of it as specifically connected to Wrigley. But then again, I'm a Cards fan, so no shame in not knowing that one.

Also, Snooki? Seriously?

Level 72
Oct 5, 2020
Please accept just “derby”