[Trivia] "Baa Baa Black Sheep" and "The Alphabet Song" have the same tune as what?

 1 : Introduction to the question “”Baa Baa Black Sheep” and “The Alphabet Song” have the same tune as what? …All three songs draw their shared melody from the French song, “Ah! Vous Dirai-Je, Maman” or “Shall I tell you, Mother?”. For years, people believed famed composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote the tune, but that … Read more

[Trivia] 4. Which fish, touted by Theodore Roosevelt as "the most ferocious fish in the world", is quite timid despite their razor sharp teeth and penchant for meat?

 1 : Introduction to the question “4. Which fish, touted by Theodore Roosevelt as “the most ferocious fish in the world”, is quite timid despite their razor sharp teeth and penchant for meat? …1. Great White Shark 2. Pacu fish 3. Cichlid 4. Piranha Piranhas (Family Characidae, Order Characiformes) are a freshwater fish well known … Read more

[Trivia] The U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division is known as "The Screaming …" what?

 1 : Introduction to the question “The U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division is known as “The Screaming …” what? …The 101st Airborne Division, known as the “Screaming Eagles”, is an elite modular specialized light infantry division of the United States Army trained for air assault operations. It is the most potent and the most tactically … Read more

[Ravil] The U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division is known as "The Screaming …" what?

 1 : Introduction to the question “The U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division is known as “The Screaming …” what? The 101st Airborne Division, known as the “Screaming Eagles”, is an elite modular specialized light infantry division of the United States Army trained for air assault operations. It is the most potent and the most tactically … Read more

[Trivia] 5. There is a ship named The Poseidon which features in the 1969 novel "The Poseidon Adventure" by Paul Gallico and the several movies based (more of less) on that book. After who or what was the ship named?

 1 : Introduction to the question “5. There is a ship named The Poseidon which features in the 1969 novel “The Poseidon Adventure” by Paul Gallico and the several movies based (more of less) on that book. After who or what was the ship named? …1. A species of dolphin 2. Poseidonius of Rhodes 3. … Read more

[Trivia] Who played Margaret Thatcher in 2011’s "The Iron Lady"?

 1 : Introduction to the question “Who played Margaret Thatcher in 2011’s “The Iron Lady”? …Meryl Streep has played real-life people in multiple films, including 2009’s “Julie & Julia” (as Julia Child) and 2016’s “Florence Foster Jenkins” (as the titular wannabe opera singer). But her most acclaimed biopic performance may be as former British Prime … Read more

[Trivia] Who played Margaret Thatcher in 2011’s "The Iron Lady"?

 1 : Introduction to the question “Who played Margaret Thatcher in 2011’s “The Iron Lady”? …Meryl Streep has played real-life people in multiple films, including 2009’s “Julie & Julia” (as Julia Child) and 2016’s “Florence Foster Jenkins” (as the titular wannabe opera singer). But her most acclaimed biopic performance may be as former British Prime … Read more

[Trivia] What U.S. President popularized the phrase "the buck stops here"?

 1 : Introduction to the question “What U.S. President popularized the phrase “the buck stops here”? …1. Theodore Roosevelt 2. Harry S. Truman 3. George W. Bush 4. Franklin Roosevelt What U.S. President popularized the phrase “the buck stops here”? Harry S. Truman – Harry S. Truman served as the 33rd President of the United … Read more

[Trivia] Who played Margaret Thatcher in 2011’s "The Iron Lady"?

 1 : Introduction to the question “Who played Margaret Thatcher in 2011’s “The Iron Lady”? …Meryl Streep has played real-life people in multiple films, including 2009’s “Julie & Julia” (as Julia Child) and 2016’s “Florence Foster Jenkins” (as the titular wannabe opera singer). But her most acclaimed biopic performance may be as former British Prime … Read more

[Trivia] Van Gogh’s "The Starry Night" was painted from a window in what place?

 1 : Introduction to the question “Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” was painted from a window in what place? …In 1889, Vincent van Gogh entered the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum in southern France to seek help for mental illness. During his stay, he painted his most recognizable work, “The Starry Night.” The landscape in the painting depicts … Read more