U.S. General Knowledge #6

Answer these random questions with an American focus.
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Last updated: April 1, 2015
First submittedApril 1, 2015
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What state is called "Big Sky Country"?
Who flips the tiles on "Wheel of Fortune"?
Vanna White
In which quarter would you find Bourbon Street?
The French Quarter
Which U.S. President once killed a man in a duel?
Andrew Jackson
What lake can be found on the border of Vermont and New York?
Lake Champlain
What diminutive actor stars as Frank Reynolds in "It's Alway Sunny in Philadelphia"?
Danny DeVito
What city has a neighborhood called Little Havana?
What does Rold Gold make?
Fill in the blank: Now I know, and knowing's half the ______
What proposed amendment was approved by Congress in 1972, and ratified
by 35 of the necessary 38 states?
Equal Rights Amendment
What German-born Secretary of State served under Presidents Nixon and Ford?
Henry Kissinger
Who starred as AC Slater in "Saved by the Bell"?
Mario Lopez
What AOL catchphrase is also the name of a Tom Hanks movie?
You've Got Mail
What is the nickname of the shopping district on Michigan Avenue in Chicago?
The Magnificent Mile
What radio show has featured KC Armstrong, Artie Lange, and Robin Quivers?
The Howard Stern Show
Who replaced Charlie Sheen on "Two And A Half Men"?
Ashton Kutcher
What is the most popular TV show that took place in the city of Albuquerque?
Breaking Bad
What was discovered in the Black Hills in 1874?
What breed of dog is Marmaduke?
Great Dane
What is the top grade of USDA beef?
Level 79
Aug 28, 2015
This was a fun quiz, but IMHO the questions weren't very general. Eight clues for TV, movie, and radio and five for geography is too many for a general knowledge quiz. But that's just me.
Level 67
Aug 29, 2015
general just means it not in any specific category and the questions can be related to anything
Level 68
Aug 28, 2015
Only 23% know the Magnificent Mile?
Level 67
Aug 29, 2015
unless you've been to chicago and shopped there, how would you ever hear of this? It's not like Rodeo drive that is on TV all the time.
Level 68
Aug 30, 2015
Well, it may be more of a midwestern thing, but I live in a neighboring state and I've heard of it.
Level 53
Aug 31, 2015
I'm also from a neighboring state, I've been to Chicago twice, and I've never heard of the Magnificent Mile. And I've played Watchdogs.
Level 37
Aug 28, 2015
Level 49
Oct 8, 2016
you should except Vana as an option
Level 60
Mar 11, 2017
Probably wouldn't work as it's spelled Vanna.