U.S. General Knowledge #14

Answer these random questions with an American focus.
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Last updated: September 10, 2018
First submittedApril 21, 2016
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Who wants YOU for U.S. Army?
Uncle Sam
What does S stand for in the acronym WASP?
The 3 biggest cities in Ohio all start with the letter C. What are they?
What Monopoly square is furthest from Go?
Free Parking
What TV show's theme song is "Who Are You"?
Who has dated Tony Romo, John Mayer, and Nick Lachey?
Jessica Simpson
What product is "Dolphin Safe" in the U.S. but not necessarily in other countries?
What happened to both Patty Hearst and Charles Lindbergh Jr.?
They Were Kidnapped
What type of product is Mrs. Butterworth's?
What "party" of pioneers resorted to cannibalism while forced to spend a winter
crossing the Sierra Nevada mountains?
Donner Party
What was once described by a U.S. senator as "a series of tubes"?
What American author wrote novels set in Italy, Spain, and Cuba?
Ernest Hemingway
What is the full name of the city abbreviated as "Boca"?
Boca Raton
What TV show takes place at the fictional Seattle Grace Hospital?
Grey's Anatomy
What recent Broadway hit is about the life of one of the founding fathers?
What type of furniture is also known as an Ottoman?
Who recorded the song "Motown Philly"?
Boyz II Men
In the campaign slogan "I Like Ike", who was Ike?
Dwight Eisenhower
Level 74
Apr 22, 2016
The Monopoly answer also applies to international versions of the game.
Level 80
Jun 26, 2016
but it's an American game.
Level 57
Jun 26, 2016
Can you accept footrest?
Level 56
Jun 26, 2016
I agree, foot rest is a common term
Level 80
Jun 26, 2016
Tried that myself
Level 65
Jun 26, 2016
Me four.
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Jun 26, 2016
Level 50
Jun 27, 2016
I tried ottoman and hassock as well before stumbling over the correct item. Just like you would in real life.
Level 60
Mar 5, 2017
Or at least Dick Van Dyke would.
Level 65
Apr 16, 2019
I've never know it to be called anything but an ottoman. I know exactly what an ottoman is, but had no clue what answer you were looking for.
Level 50
Jun 26, 2016
It will never cease to be funny to me that our country has a town named "Rat Mouth."
Level 80
Jun 26, 2016
I'm too lazy to do the research but I've got a feeling that there are other American novelists who wrote stories set in all of those places. Maybe Robert Ludlum or Tom Clancy, for example. Or maybe Danielle Steele.

Also maybe "abduction" could work in place of "kidnap"

Level 72
Jun 26, 2016
I was thinking of Michener
Level 67
Jun 27, 2016
no, abducting and kidnapping are actually two different crimes. While they have similar actions, abducting someone has no motive known until the captive is set free. Kidnappings are done as a way to ransom money or used as a political pawn or bargaining tool. Fine distinction between the two. Both Linberg and Hearst were used to try and gain something from someone. Abduction does not, people are abducted for sole pleasure of the abductor.
Level 59
Jun 26, 2016
How about hassock instead of foot stool?
Level 58
Jun 26, 2016
I'm wondering if if I've never heard of the three datees, how likely is it I've heard of the person they dated? Anyway, I typed "swift" to no avail.
Level 79
Jun 27, 2016
Crap, I spelled it "Hemmingway".
Level 72
Aug 16, 2017
I always spell it that way. Despite kicking myself repeatedly in my head.
Level 44
Jun 2, 2019
I've only ever called an ottoman an ottoman. Maybe it's a Chicago thing or something. But has anyone else never heard it called a footstool?
Level 53
Jun 3, 2020
I know this quiz was made a while ago, but the popular show "The Masked Singer" has a theme song called "Who are you" as well