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U.S. General Knowledge #23

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On what TV network did "Sesame Street" originally air?
What does the PB stand for in PB&J?
Which Looney Tunes character is named after a national park in California?
What Presidential candidate used the slogan "Feel the Bern"?
What city is served by George Bush Intercontinental Airport?
What generation comes between the Baby Boomers and the Millennials?
What type of product is made by Aunt Jemima and Mrs. Butterworth's?
What show from the 1970s was about the 1950s in Wisconsin?
What show from the 1990s was about the 1970s in Wisconsin?
What is the Statue of Liberty made of?
What brand of cereal is promoted by elves named Snap, Crackle, and Pop?
What city's suburbs include Aurora, Centennial, and Castle Rock?
What New York building is the headquarters of the Trump Organization?
What musician was managed by "Colonel" Tom Parker?
What Supreme Court justice has been humorously referred to as "Notorious RBG"?
What general's first and middle initials also stood for "Unconditional Surrender"?
What band is led by singer Adam Levine?
In what city would you find the neighborhoods of Foggy Bottom, Georgetown, and Navy Yard?
What medical drama is the world's most-aired soap opera, having run
over 13,000 episodes since 1963?
What U.S. state has the highest percentage of people of Irish descent?
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level 70
Aug 11, 2017
"Laverne and Shirley" was a show from the 1970s about the 1950s in Wisconsin.
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Aug 12, 2017
That will work now
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level 55
Oct 9, 2017
shlemiel, shmozzle
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level 70
Aug 11, 2017
ITV's Coronation Street has been running continuously since 1960.
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level 68
Aug 11, 2017
Indeed, US =/= world.
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level 78
Aug 11, 2017
Agreed. Coronation street has been continuously running for longer than General Hospital, but has aired less episodes due to it initially being aired only 2 days a week. The answer should be changed - or the clue reworded to be the most episodes.
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Aug 12, 2017
Okay
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level 66
Aug 13, 2017
Wait a second – if this is *US* General Knowledge, why should a British soap opera be accepted as an answer to the question which had a perfectly acceptable American answer?? Quizmaster, you did a nice thing, but I don't think you had to do it – all people had to do was read the title of the quiz!
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level 58
Oct 8, 2017
Yeah, but if the answer is wrong it's still wrong...
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level 78
Aug 11, 2017
Technically, PBS is a 'network', not a 'station'. Several (PBS affiliate) stations across the country aired the first episode.
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Aug 12, 2017
Changed to network
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level 69
Aug 12, 2017
I was also going to add Laverne & Shirley to the list. A spin-off of Happy Days but covering the same time period, and set in Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
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level 64
Aug 12, 2017
I scored 6/20, anyone as bad as that?
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level 67
Aug 14, 2017
Even the quizzes I find to be "easy" hold me up on a couple of questions. Finally one that all of the answers came to be rather quickly. Although, I've never heard of Ginsberg being called Notorious RBG (but it was easy to guess) and I thought the Trump Organization answer was a trick question at first.
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level 65
Aug 16, 2017
I do like how the first answer is PBS and the second question starts with PB. Well played, whether intentional or not.
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level 32
Oct 8, 2017
I thought Trump tower is in Chicago !
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level 60
Oct 8, 2017
It's Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago.
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level 35
Oct 8, 2017
Isn't Gen Y in between Boomer and Millennials also?
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level 33
Oct 9, 2017
Generation Y is the millennials just another name for them
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level 69
Oct 9, 2017
yay, 2 freebies for trying to guess to the bush airport; dc and denver! not american am i.
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level 57
Oct 9, 2017
Can 'Rice Bubbles' be accepted for 'Rice Krispies'? That's what they're branded as in Australia and New Zealand.
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