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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>TRIVIA BITS: November 30, 2015</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Paquet.gif\" /></p>\n<p>1. Of the 50 words used in &ldquo;Green Eggs and Ham,&rdquo; what is the only one that is more than one syllable?<br />\n A) Anywhere<br />\n B) Catastrophe<br />\n C) Reach<br />\n D) Intermodal<br />\n 2. Who sang, &ldquo;Who let the dogs out?&rdquo; Who? Who? Who?<br />\n A) Apache Indian<br />\n B) Carl Douglas<br />\n C) Baha Men<br />\n D) Gypsy Kings<br />\n 3. When she appeared in the &ldquo;Herbie&rdquo; reboot, who allegedly had her breasts reduced via CGI?<br />\n A) Lindsay Lohan<br />\n B) Ashley Olsen<br />\n C) Britney Spears<br />\n D) Christina Ricci<br />\n 4. How did Harry Burns meet Sally Albright?<br />\n A) They are witnesses to a car accident<br />\n B) They have a blind date at a deli<br />\n C) They have the same costume at a Halloween party<br />\n D) They share a ride from Chicago to New York<br />\n 5. The Big Bad Wolf would be pleased. Warren Brush built homes of what substance, which provides earthquake resistance and solid insulation?<br />\n A) Brick<br />\n B) Straw<br />\n C) Sticks<br />\n D) Ceramic polymers<br />\n 6. Originally meaning &ldquo;a gatherer of seeds,&rdquo; what else does a spermologer do?<br />\n A) Amass a vast personal fortune<br />\n B) Collect trivia<br />\n C) Engage in weirdo sex<br />\n D) Trade sports cards</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>\n &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; ANSWERS<br />\n 1) Anywhere is that book&rsquo;s biggest word.<br />\n 2) The Baha Men let the dogs out.<br />\n 3) Lindsay Lohan was in the &ldquo;Herbie&rdquo; reboot.<br />\n 4) That time when Harry met Sally? It was on a car share.<br />\n 5) People in straw houses should watch out for wolves.<br />\n 6) A spermologer is a person who collects bits of trivia.</p>\n', created = 1576233718, expire = 1576320118, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:3925dd420c44c7500f1831756a386057' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>TRIVIA BITS: November 23, 2015</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Paquet.gif\" style=\"width: 249px; height: 96px;\" /></p>\n<p>1. Charles Hall had patent problems with what invention, because Robert Heinlein had &ldquo;invented&rdquo; something similar in his novels?<br />\n A) Microwave oven<br />\n B) Radar gun<br />\n C) Seat belts<br />\n D) Waterbed<br />\n 2. What psychedelic metal band reunited decades after their Woodstock appearance to cover &lsquo;NSync&rsquo;s &ldquo;Tearing Up My Heart&rdquo; and the Backstreet Boys&rsquo; &ldquo;I Want It That Way&rdquo;?<br />\n A) Iron Butterfly<br />\n B) Mountain<br />\n C) Steppenwolf<br />\n D) Vanilla Fudge<br />\n 3. What state didn&rsquo;t repeal its constitutional ban on interracial marriage until 2000, making it the very last state to officially let blacks and whites marry?<br />\n A) Alabama<br />\n B) California<br />\n C) Vermont<br />\n D) Hawaii<br />\n 4. Imagine if every star in the Milky Way were roughly the size of a grain of sand. What would you need to hold all that sand?<br />\n A) The box your Mac desktop came in<br />\n B) An Olympic-sized swimming pool<br />\n C) A McDonald&rsquo;s Super Size drink cup<br />\n D) The trunk of a Ford Escalade<br />\n 5. Oddly, what pitcher had the highest batting average on the 1965 Los Angeles Dodgers, among the starters?<br />\n A) Don Drysdale<br />\n B) Sandy Koufax<br />\n C) Nolan Ryan<br />\n D) Maury Wills<br />\n 6. Despite having played a character who said, &ldquo;I am big, it&rsquo;s the pictures that got small,&rdquo; what small star was barely 5 feet tall?<br />\n A) Tallulah Bankhead<br />\n B) Bette Davis<br />\n C) Mary Pickford<br />\n D) Gloria Swanson</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>\n &nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; ANSWERS<br />\n 1) Charles Hall called his waterbed the Pleasure Pit.<br />\n 2) Go check it out. Vanilla Fudge doing boy-band covers is really weird.<br />\n 3) It took several attempts to get Alabama to allow mixed-race marriages, and even in 2000, a half-million people voted against it.<br />\n 4) There are lots of stars. You&rsquo;d need an Olympic-sized swimming pool.<br />\n 5) Don Drysdale hit .300. Some players with fewer than 20 games did better.<br />\n 6) Gloria Swanson was tiny.</p>\n', created = 1576233718, expire = 1576320118, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:f04a0289f8859425396716b48bc19b99' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>TRIVIA BITS: November 16, 2015</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Paquet.gif\" style=\"width: 249px; height: 96px;\" /></p>\n<p>1. Yu the Great is said to have founded what country&rsquo;s Xia Dynasty, when a dragon and a turtle helped him reverse the Great Flood?<br />\n A) China<br />\n B) Japan<br />\n C) Korea<br />\n D) Mongolia<br />\n 2. What is the etymology of the word &ldquo;etymology?&rdquo;<br />\n A) Means &ldquo;study of true senses&rdquo; in Greek<br />\n B) Refers to Etymonious, a Roman philosopher<br />\n C) Uses the first words of the Bible in Hebrew<br />\n D) Was the Roman sorceress who read minds<br />\n 3. Who had been known by the ridiculous nickname &ldquo;Biscuit Pants&rdquo; before somebody came up with the nickname &ldquo;Iron Horse?&rdquo;<br />\n A) Joe DiMaggio<br />\n B) Lou Gehrig<br />\n C) Babe Ruth<br />\n D) Ted Williams<br />\n 4. Who is the only one of the main &ldquo;Simpsons&rdquo; voice actors to provide no other voices for significant recurring characters?<br />\n A) Nancy Cartwright<br />\n B) Dan Castellaneta<br />\n C) Julie Kavner<br />\n D) Yeardley Smith<br />\n 5. In what country would you find Babil Province, which was named for the ancient city of Babylon?<br />\n A) Egypt<br />\n B) Iraq<br />\n C) Iran<br />\n D) Turkey<br />\n 6. Both Super Mario and Alice in Wonderland are able to shrink or grow, with the help of what hallucinogenic?<br />\n A) Marijuana<br />\n B) Meth<br />\n C) Mushrooms<br />\n D) LSD</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>\n &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; ANSWERS<br />\n 1) The Xia Dynasty ran China.<br />\n 2) Etymology means &ldquo;study of true senses&rdquo; in Greek.<br />\n 3) Lou Gehrig was good ol&rsquo; &ldquo;Biscuit Pants.&rdquo;<br />\n 4) Yeardley Smith voices Lisa.<br />\n 5) Babil was part of Saddam&rsquo;s plan to celebrate the Babylonian Empire in Iraq.<br />\n 6) Super Mario and Alice are turned into &lsquo;shrooms.<br />\n &nbsp;</p>\n', created = 1576233718, expire = 1576320118, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:55ee126b4cc29515fec4ce3cb574e088' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>TRIVIA BITS: November 9, 2015</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Paquet.gif\" /></p>\n<p>1. Speaking of moral panics, Patricia Pulling campaigned against what TSR game, which she accused of teaching kids to cast satanic spells?<br />\n A) &ldquo;Dungeons &amp; Dragons&rdquo;<br />\n B) &ldquo;Grand Theft Auto&rdquo;<br />\n C) &ldquo;Magic: the Gathering&rdquo;<br />\n D) &ldquo;Trivial Pursuit&rdquo;<br />\n 2. How many species of ostrich are there?<br />\n A) One<br />\n B) Three<br />\n C) Five<br />\n D) Seven<br />\n 3. In 2008, what baby name had the biggest jump in popularity the Social Security Administration had ever seen, jumping from 12,535th to 2,409th?<br />\n A) Barack<br />\n B) Bella<br />\n C) John<br />\n D) Kesha<br />\n 4. According to participants in TV polls, who is the 9th greatest Canadian, the 57th greatest Briton and one of the 100 greatest Americans, to boot. Who was he?<br />\n A) Alexander Graham Bell<br />\n B) Winston Churchill<br />\n C) Alexander Hamilton<br />\n D) Mike Myers<br />\n 5. Major Rudolf Anderson was the only person killed in what conflict, which could have led to many, many more people killed?<br />\n A) Cuban Missile Crisis<br />\n B) Gulf of Tonkin Crisis<br />\n C) Suez Gulf Crisis<br />\n D) Grand Fenwick Crisis<br />\n 6. It must be hip to be square after all. Who got into Cornell after scoring a perfect 800 on the math portion of the SAT?<br />\n A) Jon Bon Jovi<br />\n B) Huey Lewis<br />\n C) John Cougar Mellencamp<br />\n D) Bruce Springsteen</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>\n &nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; ANSWERS<br />\n 1) That perfectly harmless, but bafflingly complicated, game is &ldquo;Dungeons and Dragons.&rdquo;<br />\n 2) Struthio camelus is the only species of ostrich, but there is a subspecies called the Somali ostrich (Struthio camelus molybdophanes).<br />\n 3) Barack has become a much more popular name for some reason.<br />\n 4) Alexander Graham Bell was born in Scotland, moved to the U.S., and did much of his best work in Canada.<br />\n 5) During the Cuban Missile Crisis, only one person died in conflict, Major Rudolf Anderson.<br />\n 6) Huey Lewis was hip and square.</p>\n', created = 1576233718, expire = 1576320118, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:414134cb1f931db29475001fb85d123a' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>TRIVIA BITS: October 26, 2015</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Paquet.gif\" /></p>\n<p>1. After he hanged himself, what Vienna physicist had his most famous equation, S = k log W, put on his gravestone?<br />\n A) Ludwig Boltzmann<br />\n B) Albert Einstein<br />\n C) Gustav Klimt<br />\n D) Max Planck<br />\n 2. In 1991, who became the first singer to hit the Billboard top-40 with &ldquo;The Star-Spangled Banner?&rdquo;<br />\n A) Mariah Carey<br />\n B) Whitney Houston<br />\n C) Dolly Parton<br />\n D) Roseanne Barr<br />\n 3. Sri Lanka still has a unit in its capital, but what mountainous country had the world&rsquo;s last combat bicycle brigade?<br />\n A) Brazil<br />\n B) Cuba<br />\n C) Netherlands<br />\n D) Switzerland<br />\n 4. In 2002, who won a referendum on continuing his military rule by an 11,445,638 votes ... which happened to be the total number of votes cast?<br />\n A) Fidel Castro<br />\n B) Saddam Hussein<br />\n C) Kim Jong-il<br />\n D) Ferdinand Marcos<br />\n 5. We hope you don&rsquo;t forget them now that they are gone, but what &lsquo;80s band from Canada was originally called Tokyo?<br />\n A) Duran Duran<br />\n B) Glass Tiger<br />\n C) Journey<br />\n D) Quarterflash<br />\n 6. In a deleted scene in the 2006 Curious George movie, we finally learn that his real name is Ted Shackleford. Who?<br />\n A) The Man Who Fell to Earth<br />\n B) The Man With the Golden Gun<br />\n C) The Man Who Sold the World<br />\n D) The Man With the Yellow Hat</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>\n &nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; ANSWERS<br />\n 1) Boltzmann&rsquo;s formula defines entropy (S) and uses Boltzmann&rsquo;s constant, which defines k.<br />\n 2) Whitney Houston&rsquo;s song did even better on the charts when it was re-released after 9/11.<br />\n 3) Switzerland disbanded its bike unit in 2001. Probably because it was just getting silly.<br />\n 4) They apparently loved Saddam Hussein unanimously.<br />\n 5) Glass Tiger had its moment in the sun in the &lsquo;80s.<br />\n 6) Ted Shackleford was known as The man With the Yellow Hat.<br />\n &nbsp;</p>\n', created = 1576233718, expire = 1576320118, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:9df2fc7f98334f0bf8dd3a689bbf4974' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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Paul Paquet

11/30/2015 - 12:42pm
TRIVIA BITS: November 30, 2015 1. Of the 50 words used in “Green Eggs and Ham,” what is the only one that is more than one syllable? A) Anywhere B) Catastrophe C) Reach D) Intermodal 2. Who sang, “Who let the dogs out?” Who? Who? Who? A) Apache Indian B) Carl Douglas C) Baha Men D) Gypsy Kings 3. When she appeared in the “Herbie” reboot, who...
11/23/2015 - 9:44am
TRIVIA BITS: November 23, 2015 1. Charles Hall had patent problems with what invention, because Robert Heinlein had “invented” something similar in his novels? A) Microwave oven B) Radar gun C) Seat belts D) Waterbed 2. What psychedelic metal band reunited decades after their Woodstock appearance to cover ‘NSync’s...
11/16/2015 - 7:26pm
TRIVIA BITS: November 16, 2015 1. Yu the Great is said to have founded what country’s Xia Dynasty, when a dragon and a turtle helped him reverse the Great Flood? A) China B) Japan C) Korea D) Mongolia 2. What is the etymology of the word “etymology?” A) Means “study of true senses” in Greek B) Refers to...
11/10/2015 - 1:08pm
TRIVIA BITS: November 9, 2015 1. Speaking of moral panics, Patricia Pulling campaigned against what TSR game, which she accused of teaching kids to cast satanic spells? A) “Dungeons & Dragons” B) “Grand Theft Auto” C) “Magic: the Gathering” D) “Trivial Pursuit” 2. How many species of...
11/02/2015 - 1:06pm
TRIVIA BITS: November 2, 2015 1. What Oglala Sioux chief shares his name with a Parisian cabaret and with Neil Young’s backup band? A) Black Hawk B) Crazy Horse C) Sitting Bull D) Dances With Wolves 2. What movie prop, the stuff that dreams are made of, was stolen from John’s Grill in San Francisco? A) The chariot from Spartacus...
10/26/2015 - 2:05pm
TRIVIA BITS: October 26, 2015 1. After he hanged himself, what Vienna physicist had his most famous equation, S = k log W, put on his gravestone? A) Ludwig Boltzmann B) Albert Einstein C) Gustav Klimt D) Max Planck 2. In 1991, who became the first singer to hit the Billboard top-40 with “The Star-Spangled Banner?” A) Mariah...
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