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  7.     {
  8.       "Question": "Who was terraria made by?",
  9.       "Answer": "Redigit"
  10.     },
  11.     {
  12.       "Question": "When was terraria first released?",
  13.       "Answer": "2011"
  14.     },
  15.     {
  16.       "Question": "Which mod is this server running on?",
  17.       "Answer": "TShock"
  18.     },
  19.     {
  20.       "Question": "What is the capital of Belgium?",
  21.       "Answer": "Brussels"
  22.     },
  23.     {
  24.       "Question": "How many main islands make up the state of Hawaii?",
  25.       "Answer": "8,eight"
  26.     },
  27.     {
  28.       "Question": "What is the official language of Egypt?",
  29.       "Answer": "Arabic"
  30.     },
  31.     {
  32.       "Question": "What gas filled the Hindenburg airship?",
  33.       "Answer": "Hydrogen"
  34.     },
  35.     {
  36.       "Question": "How many bytes are there in a kilobyte?",
  37.       "Answer": "1024"
  38.     },
  39.     {
  40.       "Question": "How many days were there in the ancient Egyptian year?",
  41.       "Answer": "365"
  42.     },
  43.     {
  44.       "Question": "How many horns does the average African black rhino have?",
  45.       "Answer": "2,two"
  46.     },
  47.     {
  48.       "Question": "Tennis player Margaret Smith Court who holds a record 62 Grand Slam titles is from which country?",
  49.       "Answer": "Australia"
  50.     },
  51.     {
  52.       "Question": "What is the international radio code word for the letter F?",
  53.       "Answer": "Foxtrot"
  54.     },
  55.     {
  56.       "Question": "What disease is carcinomaphobia the fear of?",
  57.       "Answer": "Cancer"
  58.     },
  59.     {
  60.       "Question": "What nationality was Pope John Paul II?",
  61.       "Answer": "Polish"
  62.     },
  63.     {
  64.       "Question": "What sensory organ do starfish have at the end of each arm?",
  65.       "Answer": "eye"
  66.     },
  67.     {
  68.       "Question": "What year was the first iPhone released?",
  69.       "Answer": "2007"
  70.     },
  71.     {
  72.       "Question": "When was Twitter first launched?",
  73.       "Answer": "2006"
  74.     },
  75.     {
  76.       "Question": "According to the Dewey Decimal System, library books numbered in the 500s are part of what category?",
  77.       "Answer": "Sience"
  78.     },
  79.     {
  80.       "Question": "What is the capital of Germany?",
  81.       "Answer": "Berlin"
  82.     },
  83.     {
  84.       "Question": "Mount Rushmore is located near which town in South Dakota?",
  85.       "Answer": "Keystone"
  86.     },
  87.     {
  88.       "Question": "In what year did Ford first offer bucket seats on its automobiles?",
  89.       "Answer": "1903"
  90.     },
  91.     {
  92.       "Question": "What gives beer its distinctive bitter flavour?",
  93.       "Answer": "Hops"
  94.     },
  95.     {
  96.       "Question": "Who created the operating system \"Linux\"?",
  97.       "Answer": "Linus Torvalds"
  98.     },
  99.     {
  100.       "Question": "When duct tape was first created in 1942, what was it known as?",
  101.       "Answer": "Duck Tape"
  102.     },
  103.     {
  104.       "Question": "Which desert is found in South East Mongolia and Northern China?",
  105.       "Answer": "Gobi"
  106.     },
  107.     {
  108.       "Question": "What is the only nation that borders both Pakistan and Bangladesh?",
  109.       "Answer": "India"
  110.     },
  111.     {
  112.       "Question": "What fluid is stored in the gallbladder?",
  113.       "Answer": "Bile"
  114.     },
  115.     {
  116.       "Question": "Where was King Arthur's court?",
  117.       "Answer": "Camelot"
  118.     },
  119.     {
  120.       "Question": "What describes the amount of light allowed to pass through a camera lens?",
  121.       "Answer": "Aperture"
  122.     },
  123.     {
  124.       "Question": "What did Nestle freeze dry in 1938 that led to the development of powdered food products?",
  125.       "Answer": "Coffee"
  126.     },
  127.     {
  128.       "Question": "What comic strip was set in the Okeefenokee Swamp?",
  129.       "Answer": "Pogo"
  130.     },
  131.     {
  132.       "Question": "Who aimed his \"Emporio\" clothing line at younger buyers?",
  133.       "Answer": "Giorgio Armani"
  134.     },
  135.     {
  136.       "Question": "The gopher is a member of what order of mammals?",
  137.       "Answer": "Rodents"
  138.     },
  139.     {
  140.       "Question": "Which university did Bill Gates drop out of in the 1970s to start Microsoft?",
  141.       "Answer": "Harvard"
  142.     },
  143.     {
  144.       "Question": "How many openings were there in the Berlin Wall?",
  145.       "Answer": "2"
  146.     },
  147.     {
  148.       "Question": "What is the molten rock magma called once it flows from a volcano?",
  149.       "Answer": "Lava"
  150.     },
  151.     {
  152.       "Question": "How many bones are there in the human body?",
  153.       "Answer": "206"
  154.     },
  155.     {
  156.       "Question": "What are categorized as the biological class \"aves\"?",
  157.       "Answer": "Birds"
  158.     },
  159.     {
  160.       "Question": "What is a calorie a unit of?",
  161.       "Answer": "Energy"
  162.     },
  163.     {
  164.       "Question": "What color is a polar bear's skin?",
  165.       "Answer": "Black"
  166.     },
  167.     {
  168.       "Question": "How many carats is pure gold?",
  169.       "Answer": "24"
  170.     },
  171.     {
  172.       "Question": "What kind of animal is raised in a warren?",
  173.       "Answer": "Rabbit"
  174.     },
  175.     {
  176.       "Question": "What is the common name for butterfly larvae?",
  177.       "Answer": "Caterpillars"
  178.     },
  179.     {
  180.       "Question": "What is March's birthstone?",
  181.       "Answer": "Aquamarine"
  182.     },
  183.     {
  184.       "Question": "A 12-sided polygon is known as what?",
  185.       "Answer": "Dodecagon"
  186.     },
  187.     {
  188.       "Question": "Poison Ivy is a relative to what plant?",
  189.       "Answer": "Cashew"
  190.     },
  191.     {
  192.       "Question": "What is the second most common element in the Sun after hydrogen?",
  193.       "Answer": "Helium"
  194.     },
  195.     {
  196.       "Question": "What is the fin on the back of a whale called?",
  197.       "Answer": "Dorsal"
  198.     },
  199.     {
  200.       "Question": "Do ants sleep?",
  201.       "Answer": "No"
  202.     },
  203.     {
  204.       "Question": "How many chuck would a Woodchuck chuck if a Woodchuck could chuck wood?",
  205.       "Answer": "Chuck if I know"
  206.     },
  207.     {
  208.       "Question": "What element's chemical symbol is Pb?",
  209.       "Answer": "Lead"
  210.     },
  211.     {
  212.       "Question": "What is a wallaby?",
  213.       "Answer": "Kangaroo"
  214.     },
  215.     {
  216.       "Question": "If you suffer from phobophobia, what do you fear?",
  217.       "Answer": "Phobias"
  218.     },
  219.     {
  220.       "Question": "What color is produced by the complete absorption of light rays?",
  221.       "Answer": "Black"
  222.     },
  223.     {
  224.       "Question": "Which Greek goddess gave her name to the city of Athens?",
  225.       "Answer": "Athena"
  226.     },
  227.     {
  228.       "Question": "What is the oldest university in the US?",
  229.       "Answer": "Harvard"
  230.     },
  231.     {
  232.       "Question": "What continent borders the Weddell Sea?",
  233.       "Answer": "Antarctica"
  234.     },
  235.     {
  236.       "Question": "Which popular Greek philosopher is said to have tutored Alexander the Great?",
  237.       "Answer": "Aristotle"
  238.     },
  239.     {
  240.       "Question": "What do fried spiders taste like?",
  241.       "Answer": "Nuts"
  242.     },
  243.     {
  244.       "Question": "What is the capital of Monaco?",
  245.       "Answer": "Monaco"
  246.     },
  247.     {
  248.       "Question": "What is the capital of Egypt?",
  249.       "Answer": "Cairo"
  250.     },
  251.     {
  252.       "Question": "In which ocean is the area known as Polynesia located?",
  253.       "Answer": "Pacific"
  254.     },
  255.     {
  256.       "Question": "Which is US's largest state by land area?",
  257.       "Answer": "Alaska"
  258.     },
  259.     {
  260.       "Question": "This US state was the first to end Marijuana prohibition in 2013?",
  261.       "Answer": "Colorado"
  262.     },
  263.     {
  264.       "Question": "Which Australian state was formerly known as Van Diemens land?",
  265.       "Answer": "Tasmania"
  266.     },
  267.     {
  268.       "Question": "Which continent would you find Morocco in?",
  269.       "Answer": "Africa"
  270.     },
  271.     {
  272.       "Question": "What country is sometimes called the Land of Fire and Ice?",
  273.       "Answer": "Iceland"
  274.     },
  275.     {
  276.       "Question": "What is the capital of Tunisia?",
  277.       "Answer": "Tunis"
  278.     },
  279.     {
  280.       "Question": "In England every year since 1841, Oxford and Cambridge Universities have competed in which sport?",
  281.       "Answer": "Rowing"
  282.     },
  283.     {
  284.       "Question": "These two words differ in spelling by one letter: one means to influence, the other means to cause. What are the two words?",
  285.       "Answer": "Affect/Effect"
  286.     },
  287.     {
  288.       "Question": "Which product, well-known for its humorous advertising, was advertised in the 1960's with the two slogans: \"Small Wonder\" and \"Relieves Gas Pains\"?",
  289.       "Answer": "Volkswagon"
  290.     },
  291.     {
  292.       "Question": "How many African countries lie on the Mediterranean Sea?",
  293.       "Answer": "5"
  294.     },
  295.     {
  296.       "Question": "What suspenseful 2006 Tom Hanks movie was titled after one of the greatest thinkers of all time?",
  297.       "Answer": "The Da Vinci Code"
  298.     },
  299.     {
  300.       "Question": "What type of painting is applied directly to a wall?",
  301.       "Answer": "Mural"
  302.     },
  303.     {
  304.       "Question": "Between 1969 and 1977 which male entertainer performed more than 700 times, exclusively at the Las Vegas Hilton?",
  305.       "Answer": "Elvis Presley"
  306.     },
  307.     {
  308.       "Question": "British explorer Richard Burton set out to Africa in 1858 to discover what?",
  309.       "Answer": "The source of the Nile River"
  310.     },
  311.     {
  312.       "Question": "In the 17-18th centuries he was employed by the British government to help stop piracy on the high seas, but he turned to piracy himself, was caught and executed in England. Who was he?",
  313.       "Answer": "Captain William Kidd"
  314.     },
  315.     {
  316.       "Question": "What colour eggs do owls lay?",
  317.       "Answer": "White"
  318.     },
  319.     {
  320.       "Question": "This word is a five-letter synonym for jollity, gladness and gaiety",
  321.       "Answer": "mirth"
  322.     },
  323.     {
  324.       "Question": "What is the official currency of the Vatican state?",
  325.       "Answer": "Euro"
  326.     },
  327.     {
  328.       "Question": "Does light travel faster through water or air?",
  329.       "Answer": "Air"
  330.     },
  331.     {
  332.       "Question": "What is the name of the seaside resort town in South East England where a major battle raged in the year 1066?",
  333.       "Answer": "Hastings"
  334.     },
  335.     {
  336.       "Question": "In order of area: What are the three largest countries in the world?",
  337.       "Answer": "Russia Canada China"
  338.     },
  339.     {
  340.       "Question": "In 1927, what adventurous 25 year old man was the first Time Magazine Person of the Year?",
  341.       "Answer": "Charles Lindbergh"
  342.     },
  343.     {
  344.       "Question": "The only English word with five consecutive vowels is something the British do while waiting for a bus. What is it?",
  345.       "Answer": "Queuing"
  346.     },
  347.     {
  348.       "Question": "What is the most common gift for fathers day?",
  349.       "Answer": "tie"
  350.     },
  351.     {
  352.       "Question": "Because of the population problem, in China, married couples lose various governmental benefits after the birth of which child?",
  353.       "Answer": "2"
  354.     },
  355.     {
  356.       "Question": "In 1507 German cartographer Martin Waldseemüller was the first mapmaker to use what name on a map of the new world?",
  357.       "Answer": "America"
  358.     },
  359.     {
  360.       "Question": "Name all the planets in our solar system without a moon",
  361.       "Answer": "Mercury Venus"
  362.     },
  363.     {
  364.       "Question": "Ancient Romans thought this chemical element was water ice, permanently frozen after great lengths of time. They also knew of the ability of this substance to split light into a spectrum. What was it?",
  365.       "Answer": "Quartz"
  366.     },
  367.     {
  368.       "Question": "What is the largest island of French Polynesia?",
  369.       "Answer": "Tahiti"
  370.     },
  371.     {
  372.       "Question": "The fastest growing plant can increase up to 35 inches (or 90 cm) in one day. What is it?",
  373.       "Answer": "Bamboo"
  374.     },
  375.     {
  376.       "Question": "On what island is the country of Haiti located?",
  377.       "Answer": "Hispaniola"
  378.     },
  379.     {
  380.       "Question": "What game uses a deck of cards, a board with holes in it, and small wooden pegs?",
  381.       "Answer": "Cribbage"
  382.     },
  383.     {
  384.       "Question": "The oldest street in San Francisco was originally called Dupont Street, but was later re-named after a President. Which street is this?",
  385.       "Answer": "Grant Street"
  386.     },
  387.     {
  388.       "Question": "How many minutes long is each period in a game of professional ice hockey?",
  389.       "Answer": "20 minutes"
  390.     },
  391.     {
  392.       "Question": "The city of Bratislava is the capital city of what new country?",
  393.       "Answer": "Slovakia"
  394.     },
  395.     {
  396.       "Question": "When this musical artist released her first album, in 1985, it became the best-selling debut album of all time. Who was the artist?",
  397.       "Answer": "Whitney Houston"
  398.     },
  399.     {
  400.       "Question": "Which military conquest in 1588 firmly established Britain as the world's leading naval power?",
  401.       "Answer": "Defeat of the Spanish Armada"
  402.     },
  403.     {
  404.       "Question": "These plants, native to hot, dry regions of the U.S. and Mexico, are grown for ornament, fiber, and food, but more famously, as the main ingredient of tequila. What are they?",
  405.       "Answer": "Agave"
  406.     },
  407.     {
  408.       "Question": "Which 1990's animated Disney film earned an Academy Award nomination in the category of Best Picture?",
  409.       "Answer": "Beauty and the Beast"
  410.     },
  411.     {
  412.       "Question": "This Olympic event is a 3,000 meter footrace around a track. Runners must jump four hurdles and a water obstacle. What is this event called?",
  413.       "Answer": "Steeplechase"
  414.     },
  415.     {
  416.       "Question": "What Korean type of martial arts was first contested for medals at the 2000 Sydney Olympics?",
  417.       "Answer": "Tae Kwon Do"
  418.     },
  419.     {
  420.       "Question": "What are the names of the greek and roman wine gods in that order?",
  421.       "Answer": "Dionysus and Bacchus"
  422.     },
  423.     {
  424.       "Question": "This book is considered a milestone in the history of feminism. It is called \"A Vindication of the Rights of Women,\" and was written by Mary Wollstonecraft in what year?",
  425.       "Answer": "1792"
  426.     },
  427.     {
  428.       "Question": "What plant kingdom includes yeast, mold, and mushrooms?",
  429.       "Answer": "Fungi"
  430.     },
  431.     {
  432.       "Question": "Which letter begins more words in the English language than any other letter?",
  433.       "Answer": "S"
  434.     },
  435.     {
  436.       "Question": "Before the development of railroads, what was the principal means of land transportation for people in Europe, in the 18th and 19th Centuries?",
  437.       "Answer": "Stagecoach"
  438.     },
  439.     {
  440.       "Question": "The alcoholic beverage sherry originated in which country?",
  441.       "Answer": "Spain"
  442.     },
  443.     {
  444.       "Question": "What 19th century French impressionist painted The Boating Party?",
  445.       "Answer": "Renoir"
  446.     },
  447.     {
  448.       "Question": "The largest money-losing film of all time was a 1980 film about land wars in Wyoming, which cost over $55 Million and grossed less than $2 Million. Critics panned this 3 1/2 hour film, and audiences rejected it. What was the title?",
  449.       "Answer": "Heaven's Gate"
  450.     },
  451.     {
  452.       "Question": "The coldest place on the earth is",
  453.       "Answer": "Verkoyansk"
  454.     },
  455.     {
  456.       "Question": "In what city can you find the Petronas Tower?",
  457.       "Answer": "Kuala Lampur"
  458.     },
  459.     {
  460.       "Question": "what is a blue heeler?",
  461.       "Answer": "Dog"
  462.     },
  463.     {
  464.       "Question": "The symbol of the Olympic Games is composed of how many interlocking rings?",
  465.       "Answer": "5"
  466.     },
  467.     {
  468.       "Question": "Lapis lazuli is a deep shade of what colour?",
  469.       "Answer": "Blue"
  470.     },
  471.     {
  472.       "Question": "Dong (lol) is the main unit of currency in what country?",
  473.       "Answer": "Vietnam"
  474.     },
  475.     {
  476.       "Question": "What gift is associated with the 25th wedding anniversary?",
  477.       "Answer": "Silver"
  478.     },
  479.     {
  480.       "Question": "In what year did the Berlin Wall fall?",
  481.       "Answer": "1989"
  482.     },
  483.     {
  484.       "Question": "How many letters are there in the Greek Alphabet?",
  485.       "Answer": "24"
  486.     },
  487.     {
  488.       "Question": "The study of butterflies and moths is called what?",
  489.       "Answer": "Lepidopterology"
  490.     },
  491.     {
  492.       "Question": "What is the study or collection of postage stamps called?",
  493.       "Answer": "Philately"
  494.     },
  495.     {
  496.       "Question": "What is the currency of Thailand?",
  497.       "Answer": "Baht"
  498.     },
  499.     {
  500.       "Question": "How do you say Merry Christmas in Spanish?",
  501.       "Answer": "Feliz Navidad"
  502.     },
  503.     {
  504.       "Question": "What do you call a tailless cat?",
  505.       "Answer": "Manx"
  506.     },
  507.     {
  508.       "Question": "Whose nose grows when he tells a lie?",
  509.       "Answer": "Pinocchio"
  510.     },
  511.     {
  512.       "Question": "What type of creature is a painted lady?",
  513.       "Answer": "Butterfly"
  514.     },
  515.     {
  516.       "Question": "What is a baby kangaroo called?",
  517.       "Answer": "Joey"
  518.     },
  519.     {
  520.       "Question": "What is the first letter of the Greek alphabet?",
  521.       "Answer": "Alpha"
  522.     },
  523.     {
  524.       "Question": "What is the capital city of Fiji?",
  525.       "Answer": "Suva"
  526.     },
  527.     {
  528.       "Question": "In which country will you find a city called Adelaide?",
  529.       "Answer": "Australia"
  530.     },
  531.     {
  532.       "Question": "What do you call a group of frogs?",
  533.       "Answer": "Army"
  534.     },
  535.     {
  536.       "Question": "Full stop to English people, what is it to Americans?",
  537.       "Answer": "Period"
  538.     },
  539.     {
  540.       "Question": "What do you call the traditional Japanese art of folding paper?",
  541.       "Answer": "Origami"
  542.     },
  543.     {
  544.       "Question": "What “C “ is the dried flesh of coconut?",
  545.       "Answer": "Copra"
  546.     },
  547.     {
  548.       "Question": "Gingivitis is the infection of the ________",
  549.       "Answer": "Gums"
  550.     },
  551.     {
  552.       "Question": "What is the left hand page of the book called?",
  553.       "Answer": "Verso"
  554.     },
  555.     {
  556.       "Question": "What is a word that is formed by joining the first letters or the first few letters of a series of words called?",
  557.       "Answer": "Acronym"
  558.     },
  559.     {
  560.       "Question": "Who painted the \"Last Supper\"?",
  561.       "Answer": "Leonardo Da Vinci"
  562.     },
  563.     {
  564.       "Question": "What is the second highest mountain in the world?",
  565.       "Answer": "k2"
  566.     },
  567.     {
  568.       "Question": "What is mozzarella?",
  569.       "Answer": "Cheese"
  570.     },
  571.     {
  572.       "Question": "What spice is used in a Whisky Sling?",
  573.       "Answer": "Nutmeg"
  574.     },
  575.     {
  576.       "Question": "How many squares are there in a chess board?",
  577.       "Answer": "64"
  578.     },
  579.     {
  580.       "Question": "Which country are all Nippon Airlines from?",
  581.       "Answer": "Japan"
  582.     },
  583.     {
  584.       "Question": "Whose house can be found at 221b Baker Street, London?",
  585.       "Answer": "Sherlock Holmes"
  586.     },
  587.     {
  588.       "Question": "Halleys Comet last appeared in 1986 and will appear again in what year?",
  589.       "Answer": "2062"
  590.     },
  591.     {
  592.       "Question": "A young swan is called a what?",
  593.       "Answer": "Cygnet"
  594.     },
  595.     {
  596.       "Question": "Cosmology is the study of what?",
  597.       "Answer": "Cosmetics"
  598.     },
  599.     {
  600.       "Question": "What is the name given to binge-eating followed by induced vomiting?",
  601.       "Answer": "Bulimia"
  602.     },
  603.     {
  604.       "Question": "In the game of scrabble how many points is the letter Z worth?",
  605.       "Answer": "10"
  606.     },
  607.     {
  608.       "Question": "an otologist is a doctor who specializes in which part of the body?",
  609.       "Answer": "ear"
  610.     },
  611.     {
  612.       "Question": "Mozarts Symphony No. 31 in D is also known as what?",
  613.       "Answer": "The Paris"
  614.     },
  615.     {
  616.       "Question": "Which painter painted the Sunflowers?",
  617.       "Answer": "Vincent Van Gogh"
  618.     },
  619.     {
  620.       "Question": "What is the study of soil is called?",
  621.       "Answer": "Pedology"
  622.     },
  623.     {
  624.       "Question": "In Astrology, which star sign occurs between Aries and Gemini",
  625.       "Answer": "Taurus"
  626.     },
  627.     {
  628.       "Question": "Richard Bachman is the pen name of which author?",
  629.       "Answer": "Stephen King"
  630.     },
  631.     {
  632.       "Question": "Pertussis is also known as what kind of cough?",
  633.       "Answer": "Whooping"
  634.     },
  635.     {
  636.       "Question": "What is the largest organ of the human body?",
  637.       "Answer": "skin"
  638.     },
  639.     {
  640.       "Question": "A sphygmomanometer is a device used to measure what?",
  641.       "Answer": "Blood Pressure"
  642.     },
  643.     {
  644.       "Question": "What is the capital city of Japan?",
  645.       "Answer": "Tokyo"
  646.     },
  647.     {
  648.       "Question": "What gift is associated with 40th wedding anniversary?",
  649.       "Answer": "Ruby"
  650.     },
  651.     {
  652.       "Question": "What is the capital city of western australia?",
  653.       "Answer": "Perth"
  654.     },
  655.     {
  656.       "Question": "Where is the Sea of Tranquility?",
  657.       "Answer": "Moon"
  658.     },
  659.     {
  660.       "Question": "_______ is the male part of the flower",
  661.       "Answer": "Stamen"
  662.     },
  663.     {
  664.       "Question": "What is the branch of Physics that deals with light and its properties?",
  665.       "Answer": "Optics"
  666.     },
  667.     {
  668.       "Question": "The dot on top of an \"i\" is actually called what?",
  669.       "Answer": "Tittle"
  670.     },
  671.     {
  672.       "Question": "The hashtag is actually called what?",
  673.       "Answer": "Octothorpe"
  674.     },
  675.     {
  676.       "Question": "what is the vertical groove on the median line of the upper lip called?",
  677.       "Answer": "Philtrum"
  678.     },
  679.     {
  680.       "Question": "What is the protective point or knob on the far end of an umbrella called?",
  681.       "Answer": "Ferrule"
  682.     },
  683.     {
  684.       "Question": "The plastic bit at the end of a shoelace is called what?",
  685.       "Answer": "Aglet"
  686.     },
  687.     {
  688.       "Question": "an indentation at the bottom of a molded glass bottle is called what?",
  689.       "Answer": "Punt"
  690.     },
  691.     {
  692.       "Question": "A question mark followed my an exclamation point is called what?",
  693.       "Answer": "Interrobang"
  694.     },
  695.     {
  696.       "Question": "What is the actual name of the infinity symbol?",
  697.       "Answer": "Lemniscate"
  698.     },
  699.     {
  700.       "Question": "Who is the largest of the Sesame Street muppets?",
  701.       "Answer": "Snuffleupagus"
  702.     },
  703.     {
  704.       "Question": "In 1937, Walt Disney studio released the world's first full-length animated film. What was the title?",
  705.       "Answer": "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves"
  706.     },
  707.     {
  708.       "Question": "What colour is vermilion a shade of?",
  709.       "Answer": "Red"
  710.     },
  711.     {
  712.       "Question": "King Zog ruled which country?",
  713.       "Answer": "Albania"
  714.     },
  715.     {
  716.       "Question": "What colour is Spock's blood?",
  717.       "Answer": "Green"
  718.     },
  719.     {
  720.       "Question": "Where in your body is your patella?",
  721.       "Answer": "Knee"
  722.     },
  723.     {
  724.       "Question": "Where can you find London bridge today?",
  725.       "Answer": "Arizona"
  726.     },
  727.     {
  728.       "Question": "What spirit is mixed with ginger beer in a Moscow mule?",
  729.       "Answer": "Vodka"
  730.     },
  731.     {
  732.       "Question": "Who was the first man in space?",
  733.       "Answer": "Yuri Gagarin"
  734.     },
  735.     {
  736.       "Question": "Who starred as the Six Million Dollar Man?",
  737.       "Answer": "Lee Majors"
  738.     },
  739.     {
  740.       "Question": "In the song Waltzing Matilda, What is a Jumbuck?",
  741.       "Answer": "Sheep"
  742.     },
  743.     {
  744.       "Question": "Who is Dick Grayson better known as?",
  745.       "Answer": "Robin"
  746.     },
  747.     {
  748.       "Question": "What is a funambulist?",
  749.       "Answer": "Tightrope Walker"
  750.     },
  751.     {
  752.       "Question": "In which war was the charge of the Light Brigade?",
  753.       "Answer": "Crimean"
  754.     },
  755.     {
  756.       "Question": "Who invented the television?",
  757.       "Answer": "John Logie Baird"
  758.     },
  759.     {
  760.       "Question": "Who would use a mashie niblick?",
  761.       "Answer": "A golfer"
  762.     },
  763.     {
  764.       "Question": "What did Jack Horner pull from his pie?",
  765.       "Answer": "A plum"
  766.     },
  767.     {
  768.       "Question": "How many feet in a fathom?",
  769.       "Answer": "6"
  770.     },
  771.     {
  772.       "Question": "which film had the song Springtime for Hitler?",
  773.       "Answer": "The Producers"
  774.     },
  775.     {
  776.       "Question": "What was Erich Weiss better known as?",
  777.       "Answer": "Harry Houdini"
  778.     },
  779.     {
  780.       "Question": "Who wrote Gone with the Wind?",
  781.       "Answer": "Margaret Mitchell"
  782.     },
  783.     {
  784.       "Question": "What does ring o' ring a roses refer to?",
  785.       "Answer": "The Black Death"
  786.     },
  787.     {
  788.       "Question": "What would a Scotsman do with a spurtle?",
  789.       "Answer": "Eat Porridge"
  790.     },
  791.     {
  792.       "Question": "What was the name of the inn in Treasure Island?",
  793.       "Answer": "Admiral Benbow"
  794.     },
  795.     {
  796.       "Question": "If you had pogonophobia what would you be afraid of?",
  797.       "Answer": "Beards"
  798.     },
  799.     {
  800.       "Question": "Which country grows the most fruit?",
  801.       "Answer": "China"
  802.     },
  803.     {
  804.       "Question": "What would you do with a maris piper?",
  805.       "Answer": "Eat it"
  806.     },
  807.     {
  808.       "Question": "In Casablanca what is the name of the nightclub?",
  809.       "Answer": "Rick's"
  810.     },
  811.     {
  812.       "Question": "What is the currency of Austria?",
  813.       "Answer": "Shillings"
  814.     },
  815.     {
  816.       "Question": "What is the Islamic equal to the red cross?",
  817.       "Answer": "Red Crescent"
  818.     },
  819.     {
  820.       "Question": "Triskadeccaphobia is the fear of what?",
  821.       "Answer": "The number 13"
  822.     },
  823.     {
  824.       "Question": "What is classified by the A B O system?",
  825.       "Answer": "Blood Types"
  826.     },
  827.     {
  828.       "Question": "Ray Bolger played who in The Wizard of Oz?",
  829.       "Answer": "Scarecrow"
  830.     },
  831.     {
  832.       "Question": "On the Moh scale, the hardest substance is diamond. what is the softest?",
  833.       "Answer": "Talc"
  834.     },
  835.     {
  836.       "Question": "Where did the Pied Piper play?",
  837.       "Answer": "Hamlin"
  838.     },
  839.     {
  840.       "Question": "La Giaconda is better known as what?",
  841.       "Answer": "Mona Lisa"
  842.     },
  843.     {
  844.       "Question": "Who wrote the Opera Madam Butterfly?",
  845.       "Answer": "Puccini"
  846.     },
  847.     {
  848.       "Question": "Which non alcoholic cordial is made from pomegranates?",
  849.       "Answer": "Grenadine"
  850.     },
  851.     {
  852.       "Question": "Which 1993 Disney film starred Bet Middler as a witch?",
  853.       "Answer": "Hocus Pocus"
  854.     },
  855.     {
  856.       "Question": "Eric Arthur Blaire was the real name of which author?",
  857.       "Answer": "George Orwell"
  858.     },
  859.     {
  860.       "Question": "Who wrote Catch 22?",
  861.       "Answer": "Joseph Heller"
  862.     },
  863.     {
  864.       "Question": "What is the answer to life, the universe, and everything?",
  865.       "Answer": "42"
  866.     },
  867.     {
  868.       "Question": "In Japan what is Seppuku?",
  869.       "Answer": "Hari Kari"
  870.     },
  871.     {
  872.       "Question": "What martial arts name means gentle way?",
  873.       "Answer": "Judo"
  874.     },
  875.     {
  876.       "Question": "Kimberlite contains what precious item?",
  877.       "Answer": "Diamonds"
  878.     },
  879.     {
  880.       "Question": "In Greek mythology a Hamadryads spirit guarded what?",
  881.       "Answer": "Trees"
  882.     },
  883.     {
  884.       "Question": "Who wrote The Rights of Man and The Age of Reason?",
  885.       "Answer": "Thomas Paine"
  886.     },
  887.     {
  888.       "Question": "What is mainly extracted from pitchblende?",
  889.       "Answer": "Uranium"
  890.     }
  891.   ]
  892. }
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