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  1. What mathematical symbol did math whiz Ferdinand von Lindemann determine to be a transcendental number in 1882?
  2. Pi
  3. What do you call an angle more than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees?
  4. Obtuse
  5. What's the top number of a fraction called?
  6. The numerator
  7. What Greek math whiz noticed that the morning star and evening star were one and the same, in 530 B.C.?
  8. Pythagoras
  9. What's a polygon with four unequal sides called?
  10. A quadrilateral
  11. What's a flat image that can be displayed in three dimensions?
  12. A hologram
  13. What number does "giga" stand for?
  14. One billion
  15. What digit did Arab mathematician al-Khwarizmi give to the West around 800 B/B.?
  16. Zero
  17. What word describes a number system with a base of two?
  18. Binary
  19. How many equal sides does an icosahedron have?
  20. Twenty
  21. What do mathematicians call a regular polygon with eight sides?
  22. An octagon
  23. What T-word is defined in geometry as "a straight line that touches a curve but continues on with crossing it"?
  24. Tangent
  25. What geometrical shape forms the hole that fits and allen wrench?
  26. The hexagon
  27. What number is an improper fraction always greater than?
  28. One
  29. What two letters are both symbols for 1,000?
  30. K and M
  31. What's short for "binary digit"?
  32. Bit
  33. What century did mathematicians first use plus and minus signs?
  34. The sixteenth
  35. What number, a one followed by 100 zeros, was first used by nine-year-old Milton Sirotta in 1940?
  36. Google
  37. What handy mathematical instrument's days were numbered when the pocket calculator made the scene in the 1970s?
  38. The Slide rule's
  39. How many U.S. states border the Gulf of Mexico?
  40. Five
  41. What's the ballet term for a 360-degree turn on one foot?
  42. Pirouette
  43. What did blind bank robber David Worrell use as a weapon when trying to rob a London bank?
  44. His cane
  45. What Great Lake state has more shoreline than the entire U.S. Atlantic seaboard?
  46. Michigan
  47. What model appeared topless on the self-penned 1993 novel Pirate?
  48. Fabio
  49. Which country has more tractors per capita, Canada, Iceland or Japan?
  50. Iceland
  51. Who averaged one patent for every three weeks of his life?
  52. Thomas Edison
  53. What Elton John album became the first album to enter the charts at Number One, in 1975?
  54. Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy
  55. What laundry detergent got lots of mileage out of the ad line, "ring around the collar"?
  56. Wisk
  57. Who, after anchoring off Hawaii in 1779, was mistaken for the god Lono?
  58. Captain James Cook
  59. What continent is cut into two fairly equal halves by the Tropic of Capricorn?
  60. Australia
  61. What explorer introduced pigs to North America?
  62. Christopher Columbus
  63. What magazine boasts the slogan: "Test, Inform, Protect"?
  64. Consumer Reports
  65. Who was billed as the "Killer of Custer" in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show?
  66. Sitting Bull
  67. What railway linked Moscow and Irkutsk in 1900?
  68. The Trans-Siberian Railway
  69. What is the minimum  number of musicians a band must have to be considered a "big band"?
  70. Ten
  71. What's a water moccasin often called, due to the white inside its mouth?
  72. A cottonmouth
  73. What nation was bounced from the Organization of American States in 1962?
  74. Cuba
  75. What continent has the fewest flowering plants?
  76. Antartica
  77. What element begins with the letter "K"?
  78. Krypton
  79. What country saw a world record 315 million voters turn out for elections on May 20, 1991?
  80. India
  81. What Lewis Carroll book was banned in China afer censors decided: "Animals should not use human language"?
  82. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
  83. What is the least popular month for U.S. weddings?
  84. January
  85. What spot once registered 134 degrees, the highest temperature ever in the U.S.?
  86. Death Valley
  87. What was the first organ successfully transplanted from a cadaver to a live person? A kidney
  88. What surname means "son of Nick"?
  89. Nixon
  90. What duo survived a 1909 shootout with Bolivia's cavalry, according to historians?
  91. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
  92. What F-word is defined in physics as a "nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei"?
  93. Fusion
  94. What's the largest and densest of the four rocky planets?
  95. Earth
  96. What ingredient in fresh milk is eventually devoured by bacteria, causing the sour taste?
  97. Lactose
  98. Who offered insurance against an accidental death caused by a falling Sputnik?
  99. Lloyds of London
  100. How many months per year do residents of Tromoso, Norway go without seeing a sunset?
  101. Three
  102. What Beatrix Potter tale is the top-selling children's book of all time?
  103. The Tale of Peter Rabbit
  104. What national holiday in Mexico has picnickers munching chocolate coffins and sugar skulls?
  105. The Day of the Dead
  106. What nation's military attached dynamite packs to Dobermans before sending them into Palestinian guerilla hideouts?
  107. Israel
  108. What was the first planet to be discovered using the telescope, in 1781?
  109. Uranus
  110. How many days does a cat usually stay in heat?
  111. Five
  112. What was an official language in 87 nations and territories, by 1994?A: English
  113. What's the third-largest continent in square miles?
  114. North America
  115. What is the capital of Kuwait?
  116. Kuwait City
  117. "What town name did residents of a Florida retirement community switch to because they found Sunset Depressing?
  118. Sunrise
  119. What's the second most populous continent?
  120. Europe
  121. What finally went out of fashion in ancient Rome, prompting people to begin wearing short pants called feminalia?
  122. The Toga
  123. What southwestern U.S. state has the highest percentage of non-English speakers?
  124. New Mexico
  125. What M-word did Texas citizens choose as a town name that would "attract" folks?
  126. Magnet
  127. What state leads the U.S. with 15 tons of solid waste per citizen each year?
  128. California
  129. Which is further from the equator, Tasmania, Tanzania, or Transylvania?
  130. Transylvania
  131. What eastern town is home for a service academy and the U.S. Sliver Depository?
  132. West Point
  133. What's the University of Paris more commonly called?
  134. The Sorbonne
  135. What two French cities are connected by the planet's fastest passenger train?
  136. Paris and Lyons
  137. What religion has the most adherent, Buddhism, Christianity or Islam?
  138. Christianity
  139. What U.S. state boasts a town called Captain Cook?
  140. Hawaii
  141. What's the Greek name for hell?
  142. Hades
  143. What European country does Aruba maintain the strongest ties to?
  144. The Netherlands
  145. What do the Chinese call kwai-tsze, or "quick little fellows"?
  146. Chopsticks
  147. What European country uses its Latin name, Helvetia, on its stamps?
  148. Switzerland
  149. What British university boasts and endowment called the Jackie Mason Lectureship in Contemporary Judaism?
  150. Oxford
  151. What country did Greek historian Herodotus dub "the gift of the Nile"?
  152. Egypt
  153. What country is only bordered by Spain?
  154. Portugal
  155. What's the flattest U.S. state?
  156. Florida
  157. What U.S. state, after much debate, made the bizcochito the official state cookie?
  158. New Mexico
  159. What Australian city boasts the largest Greek population in the world outside of Greece?
  160. Melbourne
  161. What U.S. state boasts the towns of Gulf Stream, Lakebreeze and Frostproof?
  162. Florida
  163. What country has bee the planet's largest aid donor since 1991?
  164. Japan
  165. What island nation is a must for anyone wishing to see 40 species of lemours?
  166. Madagascar
  167. What country is almost twice as large as either the U.S. or China?
  168. Russia
  169. What South Asian city is the planet's biggest feature film producer?
  170. Bombay
  171. How many Great Lakes do not border Michigan?
  172. One
  173. What cowboy tune is the official song of Kansas?
  174. Home on the Range
  175. What continent boasts the most telephone lines?
  176. Europe
  177. What do Texas beef partisans call "wool on a stick"?
  178. Lamb
  179. What South American country was home to the early human 'Patagnian giants"?
  180. Argentina
  181. What Western Hemisphere people spoke Nahuatl?
  182. The Aztecs
  183. What New Orleans soup has a name derived from the Bantu word for okra?
  184. Gumbo
  185. What Pacific atoll got its name from its location between the Americas and Asia?
  186. The Midway Islands
  187. What state volunteered to drop the moniker Hog and Hominy State?
  188. Tennessee
  189. What regional accent did Americans deem sexiest, most liked and most recognizable?
  190. Southern
  191. What interstate highway connects Boston and Seattle?
  192. I-90
  193. What Las Vegas hotel claims to display the world's largest hunk of gold?
  194. The Golden Nugget
  195. What's the only New England state without a seacoast?
  196. Vermont
  197. What foreign language do Norwegians study for seven years, beginning in the second grade?
  198. English
  199. What U.S. state has only 113 divorces for every 1,000 marriages?
  200. Nevada
  201. What two seas flank the Caucasus Mountains?
  202. The Black Sea and the Caspian Sea
  203. What South American capital's name means "I saw the mountain"?
  204. Montevideo
  205. What nation's culinary wizards gave the world Stuffed Calf's Eyes and Cow Brain Frittters?
  206. France's
  207. What's the largest country in the Commonwealth of Independent States?
  208. Russia
  209. What was the final destination of the first U.S. paddle wheel steamboat, which departed from Pittsburgh?
  210. New Orleans
  211. What southern city does Federal Express channel all its packages through?
  212. Memphis
  213. What country sends the most tourists to Australia?
  214. Japan
  215. What Spanish ethnic group do geneticists consider the most direct descendants of  Cro-Magnons?
  216. Basques
  217. What U.S. state is the eighth largest economic power in the world?
  218. California
  219. What southeast Asian nation's shoppers began flashing new American Express cards in 1994?
  220. Vietnam's
  221. What bridge, celebrated in a Bobbie Gentry song, collapsed in 1972?
  222. The Tallahatchie Bridge
  223. What do English-speaking tourists usually call France's Cote d' Azur?
  224. The Riviera
  225. What U.S. city is across the Rio Grande from Juarez?
  226. El Paso
  227. What European capital used to be called Lutetia?
  228. Paris
  229. What high-stakes city has the most unlisted phone numbers per capital in the U.S.?
  230. Las Vegas
  231. What country has the highest teen pregnancy rate of all the western industrial nations?
  232. The U.S
  233. How many ngwee equal a kwacha when you're paying for gods in Zambia?
  234. One hundred
  235. What Jerusalem site is the only surviving part of the Second Temple?
  236. The Wailing Wall
  237. What city did environmental writer Edward Abbey call "the blob that ate Arizona"?
  238. Phoenix
  239. What nation in the Western Hemisphere is the world's largest exporter of forest products?
  240. Canada
  241. What sea laps shores of Iran, Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan?  
  242. The Caspian
  243. What state's speakers say "yall"?
  244. Texas
  245. What state likes making things bigger than other places?
  246. Texas
  248. BATTLE
  249. Reload cancels what in K-Style?
  250. Delay
  251. What move blocks normal massives?
  252. Sky block
  253. What move makes a person fall to the floor using flip?
  254. Instafall
  255. What is it called when you keep a person in the air slashing?
  256. Juggling
  257. In binary 1010 + 100 = ?
  258. 1110
  259. In hexadecimal 7(F+1) = ?
  260. 70
  261. How do you get a blonde out of a tree?
  262. Wave
  263. What did the blonde name her pet zebra?
  264. Spot
  265. Which famous celebrity has had the most children over the last 10 years?
  266. Michael Jackson
  267. What does K-Style stand for?
  268. Korean Style
  269. Ring of a ------- gives +3 weight.
  270. Feather
  271. What game is better than gunz?
  272. none
  273. What does racecar spell backwards?
  274. racecar
  275. What is the best custom crosshair made by Powster called?
  276. Powster's Crosshair
  277. Who founded gunzfactor?
  278. Citizen
  279. If you add all the numbers from 1 to 10 what answer do you get?
  280. 55
  281. What is the worst (offsuit) starting hand in texas hold'em?
  282. 2 and 7
  283. What clan was the first to get rank 1 on hall of fame?
  284. Ocean
  285. Cellular Automata was made famous using what board game?
  286. Game of Life
  287. In texas hold'em if you got pocket rockets what cards do you have?
  288. Pair of Aces
  289. In texas hold'em if you got big slick what cards do you have?
  290. Ace and King
  291. What is the biggest free internet encyclopedia?
  292. Wikipedia
  293. Who made famous the one inch punch?
  294. Bruce Lee
  295. What type of players suck?
  296. Hackers
  297. what level is guntrix on ijji gunz?
  298. level 56
  299. Who is the leader of twilight?
  300. flippy
  301. Who is the leader of trigun?
  302. vash
  303. Why is dexgod so pro?
  304. he's sexy
  305. Ebo the..?
  306. emo
  307. What is guntrix's last name?
  308. chun
  309. Who was the original gunz fan artist?
  310. howmanylicks
  311. Who started the armenian genocide?
  312. the turks
  313. How much ammo does breaker 3 have?
  314. 15
  315. How much ammo does most shotguns have?
  316. 25
  317. who has the longest fingers in gunz?
  318. toshiharu
  319. what was the 100th ranked clan in january?
  320. twist
  321. What is the only bent dagger?
  322. ridic hunter dagger
  323. What outfit is worn by outlaws of the sea?
  324. eternal blue
  325. what do all level two enchants have in common?
  326. they are all coins
  327. who has their name in caps and have "real" in their name?
  328. ebonak
  329. is this question long?
  330. no
  331. what do you call when someone leeches hacks?
  332. leecher
  333. who made this famous line "let's make sexy time"?
  334. borat
  335. in internet slang, what does, "omg" mean?
  336. oh my god
  337. what clan name does the i-gunz clan "basic" go by in na?
  338. anathema
  339. what suit has an actual pantie for females?
  340. ipot suit
  341. what is the name of the lv 45 dagger?
  342. warlord's gut ripper
  343. which american president is found on a $5.00 bill?
  344. abraham lincoln
  345. how much does warlord's gut ripper cost?
  346. 10,000 bounty
  347. how many ijji coins does gunners' heaven suit cost?
  348. 96
  349. the universe was created... when?
  350. 13 billion years ago
  351. what is the candy cane's name on ijji gunz?
  352. candy bar
  353. How many cm are in 1 ft?
  354. 30.48
  355. ____ the duel!
  356. gunz
  357. which city is known as the city of lights?
  358. hong kong
  359. what is the name of the "national road"?
  360. us route 40
  361. which asian guy made a cool gunz frag movie?
  362. creamsoda
  363. how much can a woodchuck cuhck when a woodchuck woodchuck would?
  364. i don't know
  365. what's the answer to this question?
  366. yes
  367. Who is the cutest of the cutest?
  368. dexgod
  369. What is the capital city of Scotland?
  370. Edinburgh
  371. In the music world, by what name is Marshall Bruce Mathers III better known?
  372. Eminem
  373. Which Japanese word means empty orchestra?
  374. Karaoke
  375. How many pawns does each player have in a game of chess?
  376. 8
  377. Which female singer had a 1990 hit album called The Immaculate Collection?
  378. Madonna
  379. Which song includes the line Mere alcohol doesnt thrill me at all?
  380. I Get A Kick Out Of You
  381. How many pockets are there on a standard snooker table?
  382. 6
  383. What kind of animal is Pingu?
  384. Penguin
  385. What is the sum of the internal angles of any triangle?
  386. 180 degrees
  387. In which American state is Hollywood?
  388. California
  389. In which century did Alexander Graham Bell invent the telephone?
  390. 19th
  391. What is the second letter of the Greek alphabet?
  392. Beta
  393. Which cult TV show featured the characters called Donna Hayward, Doctor Jacobi and the Log Lady?
  394. Twin Peaks
  395. What was the name of the third fillm in the Die Hard series?
  396. Die Hard: With A Vengeance
  397. Which two singers duetted on the 1982 hit single Ebony & Ivory?
  398. Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder
  399. What was the name of Rodneys wife in Only Fools And Horses?
  400. Cassandra
  401. Who starred as Mary Poppins in the 1964 film of the same name?
  402. Julie Andrews
  403. OK Computer, Pablo Honey and Kid A are all albums by which British band ?
  404. Radiohead
  405. Celine Dions song My Heart Will Go On is from the soundtrack of which film?
  406. Titanic
  407. What is the first property youd pass on a standard Monopoly board?
  408. Old Kent Road
  409. With which sport are the Queensberry Rules associated?
  410. Boxing
  411. In Greek mythology what is the name of the winged horse?
  412. Pegasus
  413. In which film would you first have come across the character of Marty McFly?
  414. Back To The Future
  415. Poseidon and Neptune were the Greek and Roman Gods of what?
  416. sea
  417. Which of the following is not a continent? North America, Central America or South America?
  418. Central America
  419. What nationality are the rock groups the Stereophonics and Catatonia?
  420. Welsh
  421. Who had hits in the 80s with Live To Tell, Causing A Commotion and Express Yourself?
  422. Madonna
  423. Who was the male lead who starred with Demi Moore in the film Ghost?
  424. Patrick Swayze
  425. What animal is used to represent the star sign Capricorn?
  426. Goat
  427. Which island is part of Danish territory, but if regarded as a country would be the 12th largest in the world?
  428. Greenland
  429. What colour is the middle stripe on the Irish flag?
  430. White
  431. How many squares are there on a chess board?
  432. 64
  433. How many sides does an octagon have?
  434. 8
  435. How many tentacles does an Octopus have?
  436. 8
  437. What is the capital of Austria?
  438. Vienna
  439. Which footballer conceded a penalty in Englands last Euro 2000 match?
  440. Phil Neville
  441. What name is given to the part of a building from where bells are hung?
  442. Belfry
  443. What colour are the stars on the Australian flag?
  444. White
  445. What was the 50th state to join the United States of America?
  446. Hawaii
  447. In a standard game of poker, what is the name given to the strongest hand?
  448. royal flush
  449. Which of the following is a palindrome? Abracadabra, Racecar or Whoosh?
  450. Racecar
  451. In what mountain range is the Yeti said to live?
  452. Himalayas
  453. Which sea does the river Thames flow into?
  454. North Sea
  455. Which wedding anniversary would you celebrate after 25 years?
  456. Silver
  457. How many sides has a heptagon?
  458. 7
  459. Which animal represents the star sign Taurus?
  460. Bull
  461. What name is given to the cooking of an egg without its shell by boiling it in water?
  462. Poaching
  463. At which sport did Mark Spitz win seven gold medals in 1972?
  464. Swimming
  465. Which popular sport features in the NATO phonetic alphabet?
  466. Golf
  467. Is the bottom stripe on the USA flag red or white?
  468. Red
  469. Excluding jokers, how many cards are there in a standard pack?
  470. 52
  471. Which character is Arthur Conan Doyle most famous for creating?
  472. Sherlock Holmes
  473. Who was Dr Richard Kimble accused of killing in the The Fugitive?
  474. His Wife
  475. Who is the patron saint of Scotland?
  476. St Andrew
  477. Which country is San Marino surrounded by?
  478. Italy
  479. How many legs does an ant have?
  480. 6
  481. How many inches are in a yard?
  482. 36
  483. Which football team won the 1998 World Cup?
  484. France
  485. Who released the album The Joshua Tree in 1987?
  486. U2
  487. A Golden anniversary is celebrated after how many years of marriage?
  488. 50
  489. In which Shakespeare play does the phrase to be or not to be appear?
  490. Hamlet
  491. In the film Bambi, what is the name of Bambis rabbit friend?
  492. Thumper
  493. In which Scottish city would you find the Royal Mile and Holyrood Palace?
  494. Edinburgh
  495. In the TV show, what kind of animal was Gentle Ben?
  496. bear
  497. On TV what is the real name of the Naked Chef?
  498. Jamie Oliver
  499. Which actress was nominated for a best actress Oscar for her performance in the 1995 film Casino?
  500. Sharon Stone
  501. What sport would you expect to see in a velodrome?
  502. Cycling
  503. In ten-pin bowling, what name is given to knocking down all ten pins with the two balls of a single frame?
  504. spare
  505. Who plays the title role in the TV series A Touch Of Frost?
  506. David Jason
  507. Which famous footballer left Tottenham in 1992 to join Japanese side Grampus Eight?
  508. Gary Lineker
  509. Which canal links the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans?
  510. Panama Canal
  511. Who wrote A Tale Of Two Cities?
  512. Charles Dikens
  513. What is the common name of a poker hand containing 3 of a kind and a pair?
  514. full house
  515. In mytholody, which of the following did Pegasus have that a normal horse wouldnt? Wings, a Crown or three eyes?
  516. Wings
  517. How many legs does a spider have?
  518. 8
  519. Which city hosted the 2001 FA Cup Final?
  520. Cardiff
  521. The drink Tequila originates from what country?
  522. Mexico
  523. What animal is used to represent the star sign Cancer?
  524. Crab
  525. How is the number 1000 represented in Roman numerals?
  526. M
  527. In Greek mythology, who was killed by a poisoned arrow in his heel?
  528. Achilles
  529. Maoris are associated with which country?
  530. New Zealand
  531. Which famous person in history did Mel Gibson play in the film Braveheart?
  532. William Wallace
  533. Which ocean surrounds Hawaii?
  534. Pacific
  535. Who at the 1984 Olympics, won the 100m, 200m, sprint relay and the long jump?
  536. Carl Lewis
  537. How many members were in the band All Saints?
  538. 4
  539. Which playing card is sometimes referred to as the black lady?
  540. Queen of Spades
  541. Which of the following colours does not appear on the Argentinian flag? Red, White or Blue?
  542. Red
  543. Which country in the world has the highest population?
  544. China
  545. In which country is the soap opera The High Road set?
  546. Scotland
  547. From which country does Edam cheese originate?
  548. Holland
  549. How many squares are there on a chess board?
  550. 64
  551. What is the highest mountain in the world?
  552. Mount Everest
  553. Vienna is the capital of which country?
  554. Austria
  555. In Greek legend, which King turned everything he touched into gold?
  556. King Midas
  557. Honolulu is the capital of which American state?
  558. Hawaii
  559. What is the Japanese art-form of paper folding called?
  560. Origami
  561. Which Scottish band had a hit album in 1999 with The Man Who?
  562. Travis
  563. The city of London stands on which of the following rivers? Thames, Severn or Tay?
  564. Thames
  565. In which quarter of the Australian flag does the Union Jack appear? Top left, top right, bottom left or bottom right?
  566. Top left
  567. By what name is St. Stephens Day better known?
  568. Boxing Day
  569. Which David Lynch film was based on the life of John Merrick?
  570. The Elephant Man
  571. Your Song in 1970 was the first American hit by which British artist?
  572. Elton John
  573. What is the name given to someone who studies plants?
  574. Botanist
  575. In the NATO phonetic alphabet, what word is used for A?
  576. Alpha
  577. What number do the two numbers on the opposite side of dice always add up to?
  578. 7
  579. Which of the following letters does not feature in the chemical formula for water? C, H or O?
  580. C
  581. In which board game might you land on Free Parking or The Water Works?
  582. Monopoly
  583. Which two singers dueted on the song Dancing In The Streets in 1985?
  584. David Bowie and Mick Jagger
  585. How many eyes does a cyclops have?
  586. 1
  587. Who wrote Frankenstein?
  588. Mary Shelley
  589. In Thunderbirds, what colour was Lady Penelopes Rolls Royce?
  590. Pink
  591. Who was Britains entry in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1968 with the song Congratulations?
  592. Cliff Richard
  593. What is the British term for what Americans call gasoline?
  594. Petrol
  595. What is the more common name for the disease Rubella?
  596. German Measles
  597. The abbreviation RSVP is taken from what language?
  598. French
  599. Which singer is famous for his moonwalk dance?
  600. Michael Jackson
  601. Which cartoon character has an anchor tatooed on his arm?
  602. Popeye
  603. What is the name of the one-legged sailor with a parrot on his shoulder, and who is the main character in the book Treasure Island?
  604. Long John Silver
  605. In which country did the 2000 Olympic Games take place?
  606. Australia
  607. From which country does the dish Enchilada come?
  608. Mexico
  609. Who won a Golden Globe for playing the character Satine in the 2001 film Moulin Rouge?
  610. Nicole Kidman
  611. In which European country is the Costa del Sol?
  612. Spain
  613. What characted does Jack Nicholson play in the 1989 film Batman? The Joker, The Penguin or The Riddler?
  614. Joker
  615. Who sang the theme song for the Bond film Goldfinger?
  616. Shirley Bassey
  617. Which city in Scotland is also known as Auld Reekie?
  618. Edinburgh
  619. Which is the only planet in our Solar System that is not named after either a Greek or Roman God?
  620. Earth
  621. What would an American call a babys nappy?
  622. diaper
  623. Which actor famously said the line Heres looking at you, kid in the film Casablanca?
  624. Humphrey Bogart
  625. Which sign of the zodiac is represented by a lion?
  626. Leo
  627. What is the Decalogue better known as?
  628. Ten Commandments
  629. How many children made up Enid Blytons Famous Five?
  630. Four
  631. In 1999, who had her first UK number one with Genie In A Bottle?
  632. Christina Aguilera
  633. What was the title of Kylie Minogues first UK top 10 single?
  634. I should be so lucky
  635. Which fictional charcter, created by Mary Shelley, had the first name of Viktor?
  636. Frankenstein
  637. The binary system of numbers uses which two numerical digits?
  638. 1 and 0
  639. Who wrote the book A Brief History Of Time?
  640. Stephen Hawking
  641. In which country was the first ever golf course?
  642. Scotland
  643. What was the President of the USA between 1981 and 1989?
  644. Ronald Reagan
  645. Tennis - which four events make up the  Grand Slam  ?
  646. Wimbledon, US Open, French Open, Australian Open
  647. How many prime numbers are there between 10 and 20?
  648. Four
  649. In Japan, what is a tsunami?
  650. Tidal wave
  651. What is the highest number on a roulette wheel?
  652. 36
  653. Which singer went solo after having success with the band the Commodores?
  654. Lionel Richie
  655. According to the Bible, whose hair did Delilah cut, taking his strength away from him?
  656. Samson
  657. Who painted The Haywain?
  658. Constable
  659. Who painted the Mona Lisa?
  660. Leonardo Da Vinci
  661. Which star sign is represented by the Archer?
  662. Sagittarius
  663. What is the English name for the constellation with the Latin name Ursa Major?
  664. Great Bear
  665. How many points do you get for hitting the outer bull in a game of darts?
  666. 25
  667. Claustrophobia is the fear of what?
  668. Confined Spaces
  669. Who wrote Jungle Book?
  670. Rudyard Kipling
  671. In the nursery rhyme. what was old Mother Hubbard looking for in her cupboard?
  672. bone
  673. In Roman numerals, what is CC?
  674. 200
  675. Who in 1961 made the first space flight?
  676. Yuri Gagarin
  677. Which actress starred in the films Scarface, One Fine Day and Batman Returns?
  678. Michelle Pfeiffer
  679. In which Scottish city would you find Holyrood Palace?
  680. Edinburgh
  681. How many loaves are in a bakers dozen?
  682. 13
  683. With which country are Mounties associated?
  684. Canada
  685. What is the northernmost American state?
  686. Alaska
  687. In which battle was Nelson killed?
  688. Battle of Trafalgar
  689. In mythology, who supported the heavens on his shoulders?
  690. Atlas
  691. In which city is the soap opera Brookside set?
  692. Liverpool
  693. In which country was the recent Lord Of The Rings movie filmed?
  694. New Zealand
  695. According the the nursey rhyme, what was Little Miss Muffet eating?
  696. Curds and Whey
  697. Which sign of the zodiac is represented by the Scales?
  698. Libra
  699. John Huston directed a 1975 film called The Man Who Would Be ____ what?
  700. King
  701. What is the colour of the ball that is worth 6 points in snooker?
  702. Pink
  703. Which famous person has the first names of Orenthal James?
  704. O J Simpson
  705. What sport was the subject of the 1996 film Tin Cup starring Kevin Costner?
  706. Golf
  707. Which sport do the Chicago Bears play?
  708. American Football
  709. Who had hits in the 80s with It Must Be Love, Wings Of A Dove and Uncle Sam?
  710. Madness
  711. In which continent is Lake Superior?
  712. North America
  713. If a month has a Friday the thirteenth then on what day of the week would that month begin?
  714. Sunday
  715. What French phrase meaning from the menu is often used in the English language?
  716. la carte
  717. In which board game might you land on Pall Mall or The Strand?
  718. Monopoly
  719. Whose resignation eventually landed Sven Goran Ericsson the job as manager of the England football team?
  720. Kevin Keegan
  721. What is the capital of Northern Ireland?
  722. Belfast
  723. For which film and television role is actor Leonard Nimoy best known?
  724. Spock
  725. In Britain, in which month does the longest day occur?
  726. June
  727. Which sport would you be playing if competing for the Ryder Cup?
  728. Golf
  729. Which sign of the Zodiac means archer in Latin?
  730. Sagittarius
  731. What is the national emblem that appears on the Canadian flag?
  732. maple leaf
  733. How old was Adrian Mole when he wrote his secret diary?
  734. Thirteen and three quarters
  735. What is the collective noun for a group of lions?
  736. pride
  737. According to legend, what type of creature was slain by St George?
  738. Dragon
  739. The sale of which drink accounts for 10% of the income of the government in Russia?
  740. Vodka
  741. Which Shakespeare play inspired the musical West Side Story?
  742. Romeo And Juliet
  743. Which country was once ruled by Tsars?
  744. Russia
  745. Which 1977 film was introduced by the words, A long time ago in a galaxy far away...?
  746. Star Wars
  747. In the medical world, what do the initials ENT stand for?
  748. Ear, Nose and Throat
  749. What is the minimum number of darts a person needs to throw to complete a leg from 501?
  750. 9
  751. Which city is known as the Eternal City?
  752. Rome
  753. How many strings are there on a normal a bass guitar?
  754. 4
  755. Which band had a number one hit with Barbie Girl?
  756. Aqua
  757. What is the normal colour of a black box used in aeroplanes?
  758. Orange
  759. How many holes does a 10-pin bowling ball have in it?
  760. Three
  761. Which band had a UK number one hit single with Im A Believer in 1967?
  762. The Monkees
  763. Who is the author of the Harry Potter books?
  764. J. K. Rowling
  765. Geri Halliwells single Its Raining Men featured on the soundtrack to what film?
  766. Bridget Jones Diary
  767. Which sign of the Zodiac is represented by the goat?
  768. Capricorn
  769. In which town did Jesus grow up?
  770. Nazareth
  771. Where are you most likely to come across the dewey-decimal system? On a railway track, on a baseball field or in a library?
  772. In a library
  773. Which sportsmans autobiography is called You Cannot Be Serious?
  774. John McEnroe
  775. Which comedian has the nickname the big yin?
  776. Billy Connolly
  777. Great Britain declared war on Germany after they invaded which country in 1939?
  778. Poland
  779. Which actress played Barbella in the film of the same name?
  780. Jane Fonda
  781. How many inches are in a yard?
  782. 36
  783. Around which war is the 1986 film Platoon based?
  784. Vietnam
  785. What was the nickname of the first Spice Girl to go solo?
  786. Ginger Spice
  787. Whose last words were Et tu, Brute?
  788. Julius Caesar
  789. Excluding jokers, how many playing cards are there in a standard pack?
  790. 52
  791. How is trinitrotoluene better known?
  792. TNT
  793. Which of the following colours does not appear on the Irish flag? White, Yellow or Orange?
  794. Yellow
  795. Which company produces Minituare Heroes chocolates?
  796. Cadburys
  797. What colour is an emerald?
  798. Green
  799. What is the average of the numbers 1, 2, 4 and 5?
  800. 3
  801. Who had hits with Hot In The City and White Wedding?
  802. Billy Idol
  803. What film was advertised with the slogan an adventure 65 million years in the making?
  804. Jurassic Park
  805. What is the distinguishing feature of a Manx cat?
  806. It has no tail
  807. What was the name of the characted played by Ray Park in Star Wars Episode 1 : The Phantom Menace?
  808. Darth Maul
  809. How many lines does a limerick have?
  810. 5
  811. What is the chemical symbol for the element Oxygen?
  812. O
  813. How many Presidents heads are sculpted on Mount Rushmore?
  814. 4
  815. What animal is known as the ship of the desert?
  816. camel
  817. Who won the decathlon gold medal at the Olympic games in 1980 and 1984?
  818. Daley Thompson
  819. What chess piece does not move in a straight line?
  820. Knight
  821. How many lines are there in a limerick?
  822. 5
  823. In which 2000 film would you find the character of General Maximus Decimus Meridus?
  824. Gladiator
  825. Which US President was forced to resign because of the Watergate scandal?
  826. Richard Nixon
  827. In music, which superstar was jailed in Tokyo in 1980 for drugs possession?
  828. Paul McCartney
  829. In which year was the phrase They think its all over… it is now first said?
  830. 1966
  831. What is the highest mountain in Great Britain?
  832. Ben Nevis
  833. Which female singer sang with Take That on the hit song Relight My Fire?
  834. Lulu
  835. In what sport is the Fosbury flop technique used?
  836. High Jump
  837. Gorgonzola cheese comes from which country?
  838. Italy
  839. Chris Boardman is famous for what sport?
  840. Cycling
  841. A Sphinx has the body of which animal?
  842. Lion
  843. In the 1986 John Landis film, how many Amigos were there?
  844. Three
  845. In a standard game of Monopoly, what colour are the two cheapest properties?
  846. Brown
  847. What was the name of Anthony Perkins character in the film Psycho?
  848. Norman Bates
  849. In which country was the BBC soap opera Eldorado set?
  850. Spain
  851. How many Presidents heads are sculpted on Mount Rushmore?
  852. 4
  853. How many sides does a dodecahedron have?
  854. 12
  855. Oxygen and which other element makes up water?
  856. Hydrogen
  857. What is the nickname of the Australian rugby union team?
  858. Wallabies
  859. What type of animals are portrayed in the book Watership Down?
  860. Rabbits
  861. On which London street is Selfridges?
  862. Oxford Street
  863. Which country is sometimes known as the Emerald Isle?
  864. Ireland
  865. What is the largest country in the world?
  866. Russia
  867. Who sang for both The Jam and The Style Council?
  868. Paul Weller
  869. What type of animal was Bambis friend, Thumper?
  870. rabbit.
  871. What is the average of the numbers 1, 10 and 100?
  872. 37
  873. What river is known in Hungary as the Duna?
  874. River Danube
  875. In 1991, Anthony Hopkins won the best actor Oscar for his performance in what film?
  876. Silence Of The Lambs
  877. The city of Cairo stands on which famous river?
  878. Nile
  879. What is ornithology the study of?
  880. Birds
  881. Which quiz show often featured the line Ive started so Ill finish?
  882. Mastermind
  883. How many lanes are there in an Olympic sized swimming pool?
  884. 8
  885. In what 1984 film did Sean Connery return as James Bond?
  886. Never Say Never Again
  887. Which Alfred Hitchcock film features a wheelchair bound James Stewart convinced that a neighbour has committed murder?
  888. Rear Window
  889. What is the only continent which does not have any reptiles or snakes?
  890. Antarctica
  891. What colour are the spots on Mr Blobby?
  892. Yellow
  893. What is a group of geese called?
  894. gaggle
  895. On what part of the body would you wear a sombrero?
  896. head
  897. In which European country would you find the city of Strasbourg?
  898. France
  899. In which country is Ayres Rock?
  900. Australia
  901. What two letters are worth the most in a game of Scrabble?
  902. Q and Z
  903. How many wheels are on a tricycle?
  904. 3
  905. What is the name given to a young bear?
  906. cub
  907. In the Bible, how is the Decalogue also known?
  908. Ten Commandments
  909. What type of animals were the subject of the 2002 film Eight Legged Freaks?
  910. Spiders
  911. Which cartoon character was featured in the short film Steamboat Willie?
  912. Mickey Mouse
  913. What 1965 film included the songs Do Re Mi, Climb Every Mountain and Edelweiss?
  914. The Sound Of Music
  915. What colour jersey does the overall leader of the Tour de France?
  916. Yellow
  917. In ballet, a pas de deux is a dance for how many persons?
  918. Two
  919. Which chemical element can take the form of diamond or graphite?
  920. Carbon
  921. Which of the following colours appears on the flag of Italy? Green, Blue or Yellow?
  922. Green
  923. Which element has the chemical symbol N?
  924. Nitrogen
  925. What is the longest river in the world?
  926. Nile
  927. In which board game would you find the characters of Miss Scarlett and Professor Plum?
  928. Cluedo
  929. How much does it cost to buy a station in the board game Monopoly?
  930. £200
  931. What is the first book of the Bible?
  932. Genesis
  933. In which country does the wild dog, the dingo, live?
  934. Australia
  935. Which band released the album Dark Side of the Moon?
  936. Pink Floyd
  937. In the Bible, how is the Decalogue also known?
  938. Ten Commandments
  939. Who played the title role in the 1960 film Spartacus?
  940. Kirk Douglas
  941. What is Bugs Bunnys catchphrase?
  942. Whats Up Doc
  943. In The Twelve Days Of Christmas, what were there two of?
  944. Turtle Doves
  945. Which of the following colours appears on the French flag? White, Black or Yellow?
  946. White
  947. Who is the patron saint of Wales?
  948. St David
  949. What name is given to the young of a deer?
  950. Fawn
  951. What type of animal was Stuart, in the 1999 film Stuart Little?
  952. Mouse
  953. What creature appears on the flag of Wales?
  954. dragon
  955. Which countrys national rugby team are called the All Blacks?
  956. New Zealand
  957. First published in 1904, for which book is J. M. Barrie best known?
  958. Peter Pan
  959. Which of the following occurred most recently? The Iron Age or The Bronze Age?
  960. Iron Age
  961. Which country does Zinedine Zidane play for in international football?
  962. France
  963. Carbon, Oxygen and which other element makes up carbohydrates?
  964. Hydrogen
  965. What 1975 film features the characters of Riff Raff, Magenta and Doctor Frank-n-Furter?
  966. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  967. What is the bestselling book in the world?
  968. The Bible
  969. What measurement is used to measure the size of horses?
  970. Hands
  971. How old is a quadragenarian?
  972. 40
  973. Who supplied the voice of the genie in the 1992 film Aladdin?
  974. Robin Williams
  975. Which cartoon show included characters called Thelma and Shaggy?
  976. Scooby Doo
  977. In which American city might you see a Broadway show?
  978. New York
  979. What does a kleptomaniac compulsively do?
  980. Steal things
  981. In which American city are Madison Square Gardens?
  982. New York
  983. The Rio Grande borders Mexico and which other country?
  984. U.S.A.
  985. What name is given to the fear of spiders?
  986. Arachnophobia
  987. Which canal joins the Red Sea and the Mediterranean?
  988. Suez Canal
  989. Football team Benfica come from which country?
  990. Portugal
  991. Who had a number one hit in 1984 with Hello?
  992. Lionel Richie
  993. Which animal completes the phrase blind as a …?
  994. Bat
  995. How is the number one usually called in a game of Bingo?
  996. Kellys Eye
  997. What is the largest desert in the world?
  998. Sahara
  999. What sign of the zodiac is represented by the Crab?
  1000. Cancer
  1001. What type of ball did Nolan Ryan once throw at a record speed of 100.9 miles per hour?
  1002. Baseball
  1003. Where are the British Crown Jewels kept?
  1004. Tower Of London
  1005. In Greek mythology, what was Medusas hair made of?
  1006. Snakes
  1007. Maverick, Goose, and Iceman are characters in which 1986 film?
  1008. Top Gun
  1009. What is the first letter of the Greek alphabet?
  1010. Alpha
  1011. After how many years of marriage would you celebrate a silver wedding anniversary?
  1012. 25
  1013. In what film did George Lazenby play James Bond?
  1014. On her majestys secret service
  1015. What colour is the circle on the Japanese flag?
  1016. Red
  1017. What is the normal colour of the gem sapphire? Red, Green or Blue?
  1018. Blue
  1019. How many years are there in a millennium?
  1020. 1000
  1021. In which Shakespeare play does the line To be or not to be, that is the question appear?
  1022. Hamlet
  1023. Which sign of the zodiac is represented by the Twins?
  1024. Gemini
  1025. Does a record turntable revolve clockwise or anti-clockwise?
  1026. Clockwise
  1027. How many red balls are there in a game of snooker?
  1028. 15
  1029. Which of the following flags does not feature the colour blue? Brazil, Germany or France
  1030. Germany
  1031. What is most expensive property in the board game Monopoly?
  1032. Mayfair
  1033. Who had a number one in 1960 called Only The Lonely?
  1034. Roy Orbison
  1035. After how many years of marriage is a gold wedding anniversary celebrated?
  1036. 50
  1037. Which Dire Straits album was the bestselling album in the UK in the 1980s?
  1038. Brothers In Arms
  1039. Which of the following countries is not in Africa? Ecuador, Sudan or Egypt?
  1040. Ecuador
  1041. On the football field, how was Edson Arantes do Nascimento better known?
  1042. Pele
  1043. What is the name of the poker hand containing three of a kind and a pair?
  1044. Full house
  1045. What is the most common letter used in the English language?
  1046. E
  1047. Who played Ritas tutor in the film Educating Rita?
  1048. Michael Caine
  1049. What colour spots does a common ladybird have?
  1050. Black
  1051. Which group had a hit album in 1977 with Arrival?
  1052. Abba
  1053. Which tennis player was stabbed in 1993 while playing against Magdaleena Maleeva in the Citizen Cup?
  1054. Monica Seles
  1055. How many arms does a starfish usually have?
  1056. 5
  1057. What animal is used to represent the star sign Leo?
  1058. Lion
  1059. Which of the following countries is not in Europe? Luxembourg, Austria or Morocco?
  1060. Morocco
  1061. Which singer starred in the film Desperately Seeking Susan?
  1062. Madonna
  1063. In which Scottish city is Strathclyde University?
  1064. Glasgow
  1065. How many lines are there in a limerick?
  1066. 5
  1067. Which golfer is nicknamed the Great White Shark?
  1068. Greg Norman
  1069. What is the chemical symbol for the element Hydrogen?
  1070. H
  1071. Who played the role of Dr. Malcom Crowe in the film The Sixth Sense?
  1072. Bruce Willis
  1073. What is the tallest mammal?
  1074. giraffe
  1075. What country does Portugal border?
  1076. Spain
  1077. What was the first animal to be sent into space?
  1078. dog
  1079. What do humans have 52 of in a lifetime, 20 of which are deciduous?
  1080. Teeth
  1081. Who invented the telephone?
  1082. Alexander Graham Bell
  1083. What continent is sometimes known as the Dark Continent?
  1084. Africa
  1085. In which film would you first have come across the character of Marty McFly?
  1086. Back To The Future
  1087. In athletics, how many times does the baton change hands within one team in a standard relay race?
  1088. 3
  1089. In the Australian TV series, what type of animal was Skippy?
  1090. Kangaroo
  1091. In which year did the phrase They think its all over… it is now first become famous?
  1092. 1966
  1093. Which motorway circles London?
  1094. M25
  1095. In what mountain range is Mount Everest?
  1096. Himalayas
  1097. The film All The Presidents Men is set around which political scandal?
  1098. Watergate
  1099. Which sign of the zodiac is represented by the Virgin?
  1100. Virgo
  1101. How many red balls are used in a game of snooker?
  1102. 15
  1103. What word is used to describe a group of ants?
  1104. Colony
  1105. Which of the following isnt one of the famous Bronte sisters? Charlotte, Anne or Emma?
  1106. Emma
  1107. Exmoor, Welsh Mountain and Shetland are varieties of what type of animal?
  1108. Pony
  1109. Who starred in the film Enter The Dragon?
  1110. Bruce Lee
  1111. If you were riding in a Gondola which city are you most likely to be in?
  1112. Venice
  1113. Which of the following flags does not feature the colour blue? Greece, Uruguay or Japan?
  1114. Japan
  1115. In The Simpsons, what type of animal is Santas Little Helper?
  1116. Dog
  1117. Which actress played the title role in the 1990 film Pretty Woman?
  1118. Julia Roberts
  1119. Who was Elton Johns Candle in the Wind originally written about?
  1120. Marilyn Monroe
  1121. What is the colour of the dragon on the Welsh flag?
  1122. Red
  1123. How many American cents make up a dime?
  1124. 10
  1125. Which of the following is not a proper football team? Swansea Rovers, Swindon Town or Aston Villa?
  1126. Swansea Rovers
  1127. In 1997, what took over from The Flintstones as the longest running prime-time animated series?
  1128. The Simpsons
  1129. Which sport is played on a grass field whose maximum dimensions are 200 yards by 300 yards?
  1130. Polo
  1131. What is the name of the motel in which Janet Leighs character is killed in Psycho?
  1132. Bates Motel
  1133. Which animal would you associate with the start of a film by the studio MGM?
  1134. Lion
  1135. Who is the animated star of the computer game Tomb Raider?
  1136. Lara Croft
  1137. Which famous person in history rode a horse called Black Bess?
  1138. Dik Turpin
  1139. What nationality was the writer Robert Louis Stevenson?
  1140. Scottish
  1141. Which actor played a character who was frozen for 50 years in the film Forever Young?
  1142. Mel Gibson
  1143. In what country does the story The Pied Piper Of Hamelin take place?
  1144. Germany
  1145. What is comic book hero Roy of the Rovers surname?
  1146. Race
  1147. What is the plural of axis?
  1148. Axes
  1149. In Greek legend, who turned everything he touched into gold?
  1150. Midas
  1151. What vegetable is the national emblem of Wales?
  1152. leek
  1153. What was Sarah, the Duchess of Yorks maiden name?
  1154. Ferguson
  1155. At which event in the 1968 Olympics did Dick Fosbury win with a radical new technique?
  1156. High Jump
  1157. Brothers Gary and Philip Neville have both represented England at what sport?
  1158. Football
  1159. How many kidneys does a normal human have?
  1160. 2
  1161. What is the longest river in the world?
  1162. Nile
  1163. In snooker, what colour is the ball that begins a game in the centre of the table?
  1164. Blue
  1165. How many legs does an insect have?
  1166. Six
  1167. What is the name of the city in which The Simpsons live?
  1168. Springfield
  1169. Which of the following stations does not feature on a standard Monopoly board? Charing Cross, Kings Cross or Fenchurch Street?
  1170. Charing Cross
  1171. Which sign of the zodiac is represented by the Fishes?
  1172. Pisces
  1173. With which football club would you associate the Toon Army?
  1174. Newcastle United
  1175. Who played Jerry in the film Jerry McGuire?
  1176. Tom Cruise
  1177. Who are the three male suspects in a game of Cluedo?
  1178. Colonel Mustard, Reverend Green and Professor Plum
  1179. What is the most common surname in England?
  1180. Smith
  1181. Which football team won the World Cup in 2002?
  1182. Brazil
  1183. Which football team won the World Cup in 1986?
  1184. Argentina
  1185. Who was the lead singer in The Police?
  1186. Sting
  1187. What is the name of the coloured part of an eye?
  1188. iris
  1189. Which sign of the zodiac is represented by the Ram?
  1190. Aries
  1191. How many strings are on a violin?
  1192. 4
  1193. In which famous film would first have come across the character of Dorothy Gale?
  1194. The Wizard Of Oz
  1195. Which part of the body would be treated by a chiropodist?
  1196. Feet
  1197. In which month of 1929 did the St Valentines Day massacre take place?
  1198. February
  1199. The word cerebral refers to which part of the body?
  1200. brain
  1201. Which animal is associated with the beginning of an MGM film?
  1202. lion
  1203. In which American city was the first Mardi Gras celebration held in 1827?
  1204. New Orleans
  1205. What nationality was the 1962 Formula One World Drivers Championship winner Graham Hill?
  1206. British
  1207. Which of the following is not a proper football team? Bristol Rovers, Crystal Palace or Macclesfield Harriers?
  1208. Macclesfield Harriers
  1209. Which of the following is not a formation in football? 4-4-2, 4-5-3 or 3-5-2?
  1210. 4-5-3
  1211. What was the hunchback of Notre Dames name?
  1212. Quasimodo
  1213. Who played Basil Fawlty in Fawlty Towers?
  1214. John Cleese
  1215. Who had a hit single with Crocodile Rock in 1972?
  1216. Elton John
  1217. Who is the author of the Harry Potter books?
  1218. J K Rowling
  1219. Steve McLaren was manager of which football club immediately before being appointed England manager?
  1220. Middlesbrough
  1221. What is the name of the clockwork device used by musicians to measure time?
  1222. Metronome
  1223. Which sport is played over four periods of 15 minutes where only two of the seven players can score?
  1224. Netball
  1225. Which two colours are Dennis the Menaces jumper?
  1226. Red and Black
  1227. In which film did Roy Scheider play a sheriff and Richard Dreyfus a marine biologist?
  1228. Jaws
  1229. The name of which football club is an anagram of Red Admiral?
  1230. Real Madrid
  1231. Which Football team overturned a 3-0 half-time score to win the Champions League final in 2005?
  1232. Liverpool
  1233. In the TV show Fawlty Towers from which city does the waiter Manuel hail?
  1234. Barcelona
  1235. By what name is singer Paul Hewson better known?
  1236. Bono
  1237. In 2004, Fathers 4 Justice campaigner Jason Hatch caused an embarrassing security breach at Buckingham Palace dressed as who?
  1238. Batman
  1239. The Colosseum is located in the capital city of which country?
  1240. Italy
  1241. In the cartoon world, who has a cousin called Slowpoke Rodriguez?
  1242. Speedy Gonzales
  1243. How many sides has an octagon?
  1244. Eight
  1245. What is the chemical symbo for Hydrogen?
  1246. H
  1247. What is the most common answer to dexgod's trivia bot answers?
  1248. chuck norris
  1249. homotrivia?
  1250. chuck norris
  1251. abercrombie & _____
  1252. fitch
  1253. what does kkk stand for?
  1254. klu klux klan
  1255. what does the element symbol "yb" stand for?
  1256. ytterbium
  1257. what the biggest airplane producer company?
  1258. boeing
  1259. what european city allows you to smoke weed legally?
  1260. amsterdam
  1261. lvl 12 rev?
  1262. zaurus a x2
  1263. what is japanese rock also called?
  1264. jrock
  1265. what turns centrix on?
  1266. e-drama
  1267. who is the main character of bleach?
  1268. ichigo kurosaki
  1269. what do you wrap around a sword, to make it last longer?
  1270. stride
  1271. who is the clan master of prominence?
  1272. moo-cow-moo
  1273. how do you say what is this in japanese?
  1274. korewa nandesuka?
  1275. how do you say "japanese" in japanese?
  1276. nihongo
  1277. did the mayor of san fransico have an affair or a drinking problem or?
  1278. both
  1279. who is the duck that is a companion to minnie and micky mouse?
  1280. donald duck
  1281. what does estyle stand for?
  1282. european style
  1283. who wrote don quixote?
  1284. miguel de cervantes
  1285. what type of mammal is arya
  1286. whale
  1287. what do you do when arya adds you on msn
  1288. man the harpoons
  1289. what is the most sacred jewish text?
  1290. tenach
  1291. what disney movie has a song called, "i'll make a man out of you"?
  1292. mulan
  1293. Submitted by EBONAK: What sound does the poopie makes when it drops?
  1294. plop plop
  1295. who is going to get this question right?
  1296. me
  1297. what is the capital of puerto rico?
  1298. san juan
  1299. what disney movie offers for you to "be our guest"?
  1300. beauty and the beast
  1301. what's the best and only trivia bot in gunz?
  1302. dexgod's trivia bot
  1303. what is the name of the sword from dungeon's quest mode boss?
  1304. demon bringer
  1305. who is #1 from spongebob?
  1306. smitty waberjaggermanjanzen
  1307. all roads lead to-
  1308. rome
  1309. what fruit is green on the outside, red on the inside, and has black seeds?
  1310. watermelon
  1311. what does 2 hydrogen and 2 oxygen make?
  1312. hydrogen peroxide
  1313. what are those orange skinned midgets in 'willy wonka and the chocolate factory' called?
  1314. oompa loompas
  1315. from borat: this suit is black, ___!
  1316. not
  1317. what theory did einstein introduce?
  1318. the theory of relativity
  1319. where did shakespeare's play  "romeo and juliet" take place?
  1320. verona
  1321. what band did ozzy osbourne start his carreer?
  1322. black sabbath
  1323. what is the longest word in the english language?
  1324. pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
  1325. what is the strongest muscle in you body?
  1326. the tongue
  1327. what is the most common fairy-tale name?
  1328. jack
  1329. what scottish patriot led soldiers to a defeat of the english at the battle of cambuskenneth in 1297?
  1330. william wallace
  1331. how long is a dragonfly's life span?
  1332. 24 hours
  1333. what was 11th-century spanish military leader rodrigo diaz de vivar better know as?
  1334. el cid
  1335. what was adolf hitler's favorite movie?
  1336. king kong
  1337. what is the only domesticated animal not mentioned in the bible?
  1338. a cat
  1339. what is the only state that has one syllable in it's name?
  1340. maine
  1341. what is the dollar bill made out of?
  1342. cotton
  1343. what was the color of the hundred billionth crayola crayon?
  1344. perriwinkle blue
  1345. what are the only mammals that can't jump?
  1346. elephants
  1347. what was the first city to be leveled by a plutonium-based atomic bomb?
  1348. nagasaki
  1349. what are the things on the end of shoelaces called?
  1350. aglets
  1351. what computer was introduced in 1984 super bowl ads?
  1352. macintosh
  1353. how long does a pig's orgasm last?
  1354. 30 minutes
  1355. what disease is the focus of oncology?
  1356. cancer
  1357. what is the name of the dog on the cracker jack boxes?
  1358. bingo
  1359. what fear is nyctophobia of?
  1360. the dark
  1361. how long does it take for the average person to fall asleep?
  1362. 7 minutes
  1363. what is a group of ravens called?
  1364. a murder
  1365. what hereditary blood defect is known as "the royal disease"?
  1366. hemophilia
  1367. what is better than burger king?
  1368. mcdonalds
  1369. what twilight member played snow white in disney land?
  1370. bebop
  1371. what video, the first to cost over $150,000, helped michael jackson's thriller soar?
  1372. beat it
  1373. what marx brother's name spelled backwards is the name of a daytime talk show host?
  1374. harpo's
  1375. what landmark invention did ts'ai lun invent from bark and hemp in the second century?
  1376. paper
  1377. what disease prompted polio vaccine inventor dr. jonas salk to come out of retirement in 1987?
  1378. aids
  1379. what name did george eastman invent in 1888 because it was easy to memorize, pronounce, and spell?
  1380. kodak
  1381. what english king introduced death by boiling and legalized the killing of gypsies?
  1382. henry viii
  1383. what  "war" spawned the dueling slogans "better dead than red" and "better red than dead" in the 1950s?
  1384. the cold war
  1385. what astronomical term gradually replaced the cumbersome "gravitationally completely collapsed object"?
  1386. black hole
  1387. what did scientists build in a squash court under a stadium at the university of chicago in 1942?
  1388. a nuclear reactor
  1389. what element comes last alphabetically?
  1390. zirconium
  1391. what european nation consumes more spicy mexican food than any other?
  1392. norway
  1393. how many named constellations are there?
  1394. 88
  1395. what two seas flank the caucasus mountains?
  1396. the black sea and the caspian sea
  1397. what jerusalem site is the only surviving part of the second temple?
  1398. the wailing wall
  1399. what c word defines a substance that speeds a chemical reaction without being consumed?
  1400. catalyst
  1401. what founding father was knocked unconscious while attempting to electrocute a turkey?
  1402. benjamin franklin
  1403. what jazz trumpeter was dubbed the "prince of darkness"?
  1404. miles davis
  1405. what is the basic unit of currency in russia?
  1406. ruble
  1407. what was a hunting lodge prior to becoming a palace?
  1408. versailles
  1409. what is the only crime that is defined in the u. s. constitution?
  1410. treason
  1411. what is the longest word that is typed with only the right hand?
  1412. lollipop
  1413. who are donald duck's nephews?
  1414. huey, dewey and louie
  1415. donald duck's middle name is...
  1416. fauntleroy
  1417. a mosquito has how many teeth?
  1418. 47
  1419. there are how many letters in the hawaiian alphabet?
  1420. 12
  1421. what was the original color of coca-cola?
  1422. green
  1423. what is the name of the dog on the cracker jack box?
  1424. bingo
  1425. what german road is most known by americans?
  1426. the autobahn
  1427. what is the fear of fire?
  1428. pyrophobia
  1429. what is the fear of heights?
  1430. acrophobia
  1431. what company manufactures the ipod?
  1432. apple
  1433. what color is your gunz cursor
  1434. yellow
  1435. who was the first to hit 2000 points at dexgod's trivia?
  1436. conjure
  1437. what was harry potters owls name?
  1438. herrol
  1439. what's six inches long, and the bigger it is, the more women like it?
  1440. a dollar bill
  1441. who wrote "charlie and the chocolate factory"?
  1442. charles burton
  1443. how old was tiger woods, before he became the first professional african american golfer?
  1444. twenty one
  1445. who invented peanut butter?
  1446. george washington carver
  1447. what movie involved robin williams, to remember his childhood, so that he could fly again?
  1448. hook
  1449. harder, better, faster...?
  1450. stronger
  1451. the song "twilight zone" is by which band?
  1452. golden earring
  1453. what cartoon character gets stronger from eating spinach?
  1454. popeye
  1455. how many words are in this question?
  1456. 7
  1457. one two....
  1458. three
  1459. how much bounty cost golden dragon sword?
  1460. 15000 bounty
  1461. who took bebop to her prom dance?
  1462. doss
  1463. who is the youngest nhl player to win the conn smythe trophy
  1464. bobby orr
  1465. who is the 2007 stanley cup champions?
  1466. carolina hurricanes
  1467. who was voted the best player of the nhl last season?
  1468. erik cole
  1469. who is the youngest player in the nhl to be awarded with an assistant's captain a?
  1470. sidney crosby
  1471. what team is favored for the stanley cup?
  1472. pittsburgh penguins
  1473. what is the mythbusters famous motto
  1474. i reject you're reality and subsitute my own
  1475. what's the next letter, abcdefghijklmnop...
  1476. q
  1477. what is most used move in gunz?
  1478. butterfly
  1479. how many moons the earth have?
  1480. one
  1481. what was the country that finished in 4th place in the 2006 world cup?
  1482. portugal
  1483. when i'm half naked, you eat me.
  1484. a clam
  1485. what kind of sound does chuck norris makes when he goes poopie?
  1486. he doesn't go poopie
  1487. what is the chemical symbol for potassium
  1488. k
  1489. how many days are there suppose to be in a regular year?
  1490. 365
  1491. how many triangles are in a square?
  1492. infinite
  1493. how many main characters are there in teenage mutant ninja turtle?
  1494. four
  1495. what are the total number of characters in super smash bros. melee?
  1496. 25
  1497. what is the most requested 3rd party character for the new smash bros. game?
  1498. sonic the hedgehog
  1499. how many squares are there in a tic-tac-toe game?
  1500. nine
  1501. who was mario's first enemy?
  1502. donkey kong
  1503. what does a dragon breathe?
  1504. fire
  1505. what does the word l33t actually mean?
  1506. elite
  1507. how many points does a warlord's gut ripper have?
  1508. nine
  1509. how many provinces are there in china?
  1510. 22
  1511. what is the company that made candyland?
  1512. hasbro
  1513. what multibillion dollar industry was started in georgia?
  1514. coca-cola
  1515. which country was split into two after the british empire left it?
  1516. india
  1517. where were the first grenades made?
  1518. china
  1519. what do you call someone that murders for money?
  1520. hitman
  1521. what is the main character of the game "goodbye galaxy"?
  1522. commander keen
  1523. how many points do you need for the game to end in hearts?
  1524. at least 100
  1525. what do you call it when you try to get all the hearts and the queen of spades in hearts?
  1526. shooting the moon
  1527. how many tiles are there in a mahjong set?
  1528. one hundred fifty two
  1529. what is the most spammed answer in this trivia game?
  1530. chuck norris
  1531. what are game are the ssmb characters marth and roy promoting?
  1532. fire emblem
  1533. what soccer movie did stephen chow starr in?
  1534. shaolin soccer
  1535. who won the last football world cup? (2006)
  1536. italy
  1537. what does C.S.I. stand for?
  1538. crime scene investigation
  1539. who won the 2005 eurovision song contest?
  1540. helena paparizou
  1541. what was hitler's title
  1542. mein fuhrer
  1543. how do you say excuse me in japanese?
  1544. sumimasen
  1545. who are the two sisters of bleach's ichigo kurosaki?
  1546. yuzu and karin
  1547. what japanese surname means "waiting for death"?
  1548. shikimachi
  1549. who is the lead singer of "the mars volta"?
  1550. cedric bixler-zavala
  1551. who was the main-character in the movie aviator?
  1552. leonardo dicaprio
  1553. in what color do adminstrators present there names?
  1554. orange
  1555. what is the world's most biggest dock?
  1556. rotterdam
  1557. what does sensei mean?
  1558. teacher
  1559. how much megabytes makes one gigabyte?
  1560. 1024 megabytes
  1561. rock, paper, ......?
  1562. scissors
  1563. who discovered gravity
  1564. newton
  1565. haw many letter are in the english longest word?
  1566. 45
  1567. what games is tidus from
  1568. final fantasy x
  1569. what does tayjuu kage bunshin no jutsu mean
  1570. shadow clone replication technique
  1571. which clan is rank 1 in february 2007?
  1572. twilight
  1573. approximately how many times does an average human heart beat in a year?
  1574. ~3 billion times
  1575. what stage does the combonation of "crimson necklace" and "goblin skull" give you in quest?
  1576. goblin king
  1577. what state uses the slang "hoagie" and "youn'z"?
  1578. pennsylvania
  1579. how much does a double cheeseburger cost off of the dollar menu at mcdonald's?
  1580. $1.00
  1581. "remember, remember, the fifth of november..." this quote came from what 2005 movie?
  1582. v for vendetta
  1583. the smiley :-) was the first internet emoticon, created in 1980 by which computer scientist?
  1584. scott fahlman
  1585. what does the internet slang "irl" stand for?
  1586. in real life
  1587. if someone from north east states asked you for a "pop" what would they be asking for?
  1588. a soda
  1589. if someone from pennsylvania asked you for a "hoagie" what would they be asking for?
  1590. a sub
  1591. what is "konnichiha" translated from japanese to spanish?
  1592. hola
  1593. if i say "sex" you say...
  1594. please
  1595. who made the theory e=mc2
  1596. einstein
  1597. who sang the infamous thong song?
  1598. sisqo
  1599. when i say tha thong tha thong thong thong you think...
  1600. sisqo
  1601. who sang the song "in da club"?
  1602. 50 cent
  1603. green and yellow make what color?
  1604. blue
  1605. what is the only animal in the world that can dislocate it's jaw to consume a predator?
  1606. snake
  1607. what is the most known terrorist attack on the united states?
  1608. 9/11
  1609. The largest agricultural plant in asia is....
  1610. rice
  1611. Who made the term gtfo my tots famous?
  1612. napoleon dynamite
  1613. In chrono cross, what cursed sword prevents the main character(s) from reaching the 3 fates?
  1614. the masamune
  1615. Which final fantasy game came out after ffx?
  1616. ffx-2
  1617. In the spongebob squarepants movie, which german star is featured giving spongebob and patrick a ride?
  1618. david hasselhoff
  1619. Which month is it the windiest for the northern hemisphere?
  1620. march
  1621. If it was summer in america, in australia it would be...
  1622. winter
  1623. the most popular voice-online program used for gunz is...
  1624. ventrilo
  1625. male characters on gunz have faster butterfly and slashshot animations than females, true or false?
  1626. true
  1627. double butterfly instafall is a combo or a move of it's own?
  1628. combo
  1629. whats the dutch name for the city "the hague"?
  1630. den haag
  1631. which professional basketball player is known as "air jordan"?
  1632. michael jordan
  1633. the chicago bulls won a miracle game with a last minute shot by who in 1998?
  1634. michael jordan
  1635. what's the highest lvl element?
  1636. lv.55
  1637. Who is kuaaj?
  1638. the father of kujah
  1639. When was Back to the Future released?
  1640. 1985
  1641. in 1991 there was a large hurricane off the coast of florida, what was it's name?
  1642. andrew
  1643. The capital of china is...
  1644. beijing
  1645. Arnold schwarzenegger is the governor of which state?
  1646. california
  1647. There are 2 assured things in life, one is death, the other is...
  1648. taxes
  1649. 1+1+1+100 equals...
  1650. 103
  1651. Who gave the infamous headbutt to the italian player mizzorri in the 2006 world cup?
  1652. zinedane zidane
  1653. 40 days and 40 nights was a movie based off of what practice?
  1654. sex
  1655. how many lick does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop?
  1656. The world will never know
  1657. You know its hard out here for a ___
  1658. pimp
  1659. When you put your hands in your pants to keep warm, the temperature is at a steady....
  1660. 98.9 degrees
  1661. Which city is known to be the most polluted city in the world?
  1662. mexico city
  1663. Who is the main character on the Monkey island series?
  1664. Guybrush Treepwood
  1665. What's the capital of the united states?
  1666. washington d.c
  1667. Who is the main enemy on Monkey Isand?
  1668. LeChuck
  1669. What is the famous metroid password to give the player almost all the power-ups?
  1671. how do you say hello in japanese?
  1672. konnichiwa
  1673. how do you say hello in vietnamese?
  1674. sin chao
  1675. Who is the main character on Metroid?
  1676. Samus Aran
  1677. if there was a terrorist attack on gunz who would die first?
  1678. asian_ninja
  1679. In what old RPG game can you find Bernard Bernoulli, the stereotypical nerd character?
  1680. Day of the tentacle
  1681. Who did Treepwood had to save in Monkey island 1, at the first stage?
  1682. The governor
  1683. what does 'bmw' stand for?
  1684. big meal woa
  1685. What was the name of the first game ever invented that had a gameplay similar to worms armageddon, gunbound, etc.?
  1686. bomb
  1687. What is the Top 1 Adventure Game of All Time according to many magazines and websites?Day of the Tentacle
  1688. Who developed Day of the Tentacle?
  1689. Lucasfilm Games
  1690. If you were to live in europe between the cities of birmingham and london, which country would you be in?
  1691. england
  1692. What is the Top 2 Adventure game of all time?
  1693. Monkey island
  1694. What is the official name of Monkey island 2?
  1695. Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge
  1696. Vin diesel was once a playboy model, true or false?
  1697. true
  1698. An 5 sided shape with a flat base and two paralell lines would be called a....
  1699. trapezoid
  1700. What's the name of the engine that games such as Day of the Tentacle use?
  1701. SCUMM
  1702. When the Boogeyman goes to sleep every night, he checks his closet for?
  1703. Chuck norris
  1704. _____ ______ is currently suing NBC, claiming Law and Order are trademarked names for his left and right legs.
  1705. chuck norris
  1706. Who is Waldo is hiding from?
  1707. Chuck norris
  1708. When Chuck Norris does a pushup, he isn’t lifting himself up, he’s pushing the ____ down.
  1709. earth
  1710. _____ ______is so fast, he can run around the world and punch himself in the back of the head.
  1711. Chuck norris
  1712. Guns don't kill people. _____ ______ kills People.
  1713. Chuck norris
  1714. There is no theory of evolution. Just a list of animals ______ _____ allows to live
  1715. There is no chin under Chuck Norris' Beard. There is only another ____?
  1716. fist
  1717. Chuck Norris has two speeds. Walk, and...?
  1718. kill
  1719. The leading causes of death in the United States are: 1. Heart Disease 2. Cancer 3. _____ ______?
  1720. chuck norris
  1721. what is better than mc donals?
  1722. burger king
  1723. where did the name "ricky bobby" come from?
  1724. taledega nights
  1725. who made the first na gunz clan?
  1726. vince
  1727. who created the famous name "jebus"?
  1728. homer simpson
  1729. if you were to swap.. what is the best map to use?
  1730. island
  1731. who is the star in anchor man?
  1732. will farrel
  1733. which city is known as the windy city?
  1734. chicago
  1735. Who's the biggest homo of them all?
  1736. homotrivia
  1737. I have a _ _ _ _ time with your mother in law! - borat
  1738. sexy
  1739. what is the name of this bot?
  1740. ^0homotrivia
  1741. who created the "buttsecks" fad?
  1742. _zephrye_
  1743. what state has daylight all summer long?
  1744. alaska
  1745. apple pie went across the river?
  1746. wtf
  1747. what country looks like a boot?
  1748. italy
  1749. If i say "sex" and "book", what do you think of?
  1750. kamasutra
  1751. what is the only lv 46 item in gunz?
  1752. zarus b
  1753. only player on gunz that can reply to a topic about him in less than 5 minutes from its original posting time?
  1754. diamons
  1755. what rocket launcher looks like a deformed piece of crap?
  1756. pressure rx
  1757. what is a useless number command in gunz?
  1758. slash 112
  1759. what did mendel use for his experiments in heredity?
  1760. peapods
  1761. who is the clan leader of panties?
  1762. adrian_reed
  1763. what is 1+1?
  1764. 2
  1765. what is k3?
  1766. a mountain
  1767. Who created your mom?
  1768. grandma
  1769. What does LOTR stand for
  1770. lord of the rings
  1771. what is the most favorite map in gunz, to the surprise of all?
  1772. mansion
  1773. What's the correct term for the act where you trade your charizard for a caterpie?
  1774. Swapping
  1775. When i say gunz winter season... you think of?
  1776. snow town
  1777. what is the best pie out there?
  1778. seamen pie
  1779. what dagger is all curved and was supposed to be an event item?
  1780. ridic hunter dagger
  1781. who said "dexgod makes me wanna touchhhh myself!"?
  1782. insane
  1783. this weapon was named "black karma"
  1784. dark karma
  1785. what shotgun was used in the center of the havani?
  1786. iron crow shotgun
  1787. what suit in gunz looks like a nazi suit?
  1788. military officer
  1789. what is bug-free coat's name on ijji?
  1790. bug-buster
  1791. What is the name of the person who pushed teh civil rights movement, that has a holiday?
  1792. martin luther king
  1793. What is the 4 nitrogen bases in a dna?
  1794. adenine, cythonine, guanine, and thynine
  1795. Where is the dna a found in the cell?
  1796. the chromosomes
  1797. Which anime has a arm that is a talking hammer?
  1798. mars
  1799. What is the name of the first na gunz clan?
  1800. clan
  1801. Who was the first na gunz clan master?
  1802. vinceho
  1803. Who created the stalk squad in gunzfactor?
  1804. turundo
  1805. How much bounty do you need to make a clan?
  1806. 1000
  1807. Which sword is used to kill a haunted evil spirit?
  1808. devil slayer
  1809. Who posted the 1337 screenshot in panties clan?
  1810. pace
  1811. Who brung korean style to igunz?
  1812. krasie
  1813. Who is a whale?
  1814. aryavarwin
  1815. What state has blue bonnet as their state flower?
  1816. texas
  1817. Who made the octi-shot crosshair?
  1818. nozfx
  1819. When was gunzfactor originally created?
  1820. june of 2005
  1821. Who was first to hit 5,000 posts on gunzfactor?
  1822. vash
  1823. What is venister's real name?
  1824. joongpil
  1825. Whats the name of the company that developed gunz?
  1826. MAIET
  1827. Who was the dexgod's trivia player to score 1000 points first?
  1828. Conjure
  1829. Who is the creator of the trivia?
  1830. dexgod
  1831. How many damage Rusty sword does?
  1832. 15dmg
  1833. How many damage High-class sword does?
  1834. 20dmg
  1835. How many damage 'Walcom warrior 88' does?
  1836. 19dmg
  1837. How many damage 'Iron crow rocket' does?
  1838. 55dmg
  1839. what is the set of movements to do butterfly?
  1840. jump, dash, slash, block
  1841. What is the set of movements to do turtle?
  1842. block
  1843. How is `dan step` better known as?
  1844. Double butterfly
  1845. Who is a beast?
  1846. EBONAK
  1847. What is the delay of the gun 'Minic 567 MK.II x2'?
  1848. 400
  1849. What key toggles chat on/off?
  1850. V
  1851. What level do you need to use a Cruelizon?
  1852. 24
  1853. What level do you need to use a Ring of the Great Emperer?
  1854. 40
  1855. What symbol lets you talk to your team?
  1856. !
  1857. How many equipment slots does a character have?
  1858. 12
  1859. Who is name of the god of water and ice?
  1860. Enia
  1861. Who is name of the god of earth?
  1862. Giston
  1863. Who is name of the lord of wind and sky?
  1864. Winscar
  1865. Who is name of the god of flame?
  1866. Canopus
  1867. What item carries extra ammo?
  1868. Magazine Pouch
  1869. What is the name of God?
  1870. dexgod
  1871. What material are dexgod's pubes made of?
  1872. gold
  1873. Gunners ------ Set?
  1874. Heaven
  1875. Eternal Blue ------- Set?
  1876. Uniform
  1877. What is the name of the city of outlaws?
  1878. Havani
  1879. What were the Iris weapons named after? Their..
  1880. Residence
  1881. Who used the Iris weapons?
  1882. Republic Soldiers
  1883. Who is the best turtler?
  1884. Powster after dexdog
  1885. Who are the celtics rivals?
  1886. Lakers
  1887. Which basketball team owns kobe bryant?
  1888. Lakers
  1889. Admiral who?
  1891. Which continenet is common to have the aids virus?
  1892. Africa
  1893. Who freed the jews from egypt?
  1894. Moses
  1895. Which state is the sunflower state?
  1896. Florida
  1897. From which pink floyd album is the song "The machine" from?
  1898. Wish you were here
  1899. What does NBA stand for?
  1900. national basketball association
  1901. Who says what the country can do for me but what the country can do for you?
  1902. JFK
  1903. Who made the first helicopter?
  1904. Leonardo da vinci
  1905. What does MLB stand for?
  1906. Major baseball League
  1907. Who assassinated abe lincoln?
  1908. John Wilkes Booth
  1909. Who wrote the book If I did kill her?
  1910. oj simpson
  1911. Who is the secretary of state in the U.S as of 2007?
  1912. condoleeza rice
  1913. Who wrote we will rock you?
  1914. queen
  1915. What book did jr tolkien write?
  1916. The lord of the rings
  1917. What state has no daylight savings?
  1918. Arizona
  1919. Who is the prime minister of england?
  1920. Tony Blair
  1921. Who is know for his turtling tactics in gunz?
  1922. EBONAK
  1923. were are dalamtions originated from
  1924. India
  1925. What do all first level elements have in common?
  1926. they are called eyes
  1927. Whats the name of a killer whale?
  1928. Orca
  1929. What city has the nickname Sin city?
  1930. Las Vegas
  1931. Who is the black candidate running for president?
  1932. barack Obama
  1933. What team did the dodgers belong to before los angeles?
  1934. Brooklyn
  1935. Who was the first black baseball player?
  1936. Jackie Robinson
  1937. What bubble gum is named after a weapon?
  1938. Bazooka
  1939. Why did we go out to Iraq in the first place?
  1940. To search for nuclear weapons
  1941. Who fought in the six day against israel?
  1942. Egypt, jordan, and syria
  1943. Who is the main evil character in harry potter?
  1944. Lord Voldemort
  1945. Who is the best friend of Harry Potter?
  1946. ron
  1947. Who is the best girl friend of Harry Potter?
  1948. hermione
  1949. What's the name of Harry potter's father?
  1950. james
  1951. What is the name of the house where harry, ron and hermione assist?
  1952. gryffindor
  1953. Who is the evil enemy of Harry potter?
  1954. malfoy
  1955. What is the best book ever according to dexgod?
  1956. The perfume
  1957. What is the best english rock band according to dexgod?
  1958. Pink floyd
  1959. Who was the lead singer of Pink floyd?
  1960. David Gilmour
  1961. What is the name of the most known Pink floyd album?
  1962. the dark side of the moon
  1963. What is the name of the original lead singer of pink floyd for whom 'The wall' was written in honor to and ended up in a mental institution?
  1964. Sid barrett
  1965. What country invented the burritos?
  1966. Mexico
  1967. What famous document begins: "When in the course of human events..." come from?
  1968. The Declaration of Independence
  1969. What so-called "war" spawned the dueling slogans "Better Dead Than RED" and "Better Red Than Dead" in the 1950's?
  1970. The Cold War
  1971. What country invented tacos?
  1972. Mexico
  1973. What country invented enchiladas?
  1974. Mexico
  1975. What country invented the pizza?
  1976. Italy
  1977. Where do hamburgers come from?
  1978. Hamburg
  1979. If i say 'ying', you say...?
  1980. yang
  1981. What is the best movie of all times according to IMDB?
  1982. The Godfather
  1983. What is the worst movie of all times according to IMDB?
  1984. Crossover
  1985. What city is the famous opera house in australia in?
  1986. Sydney
  1987. Who is the owner of microsoft?
  1988. Bill gates
  1989. Who decided the fate of the jews in the holocaust?
  1990. The doctor/scientist
  1991. Which cyclist won 6 tour de france tourneys in a row?
  1992. Lance Armstrong
  1993. Which cyclist has only 1 testicle?
  1994. Lance Armstrong
  1995. Which cyclist got disqualified for taking steroids in the tour de france?
  1996. Floyd landis
  1997. If you hear "Jagsemash!", what does it remind you of?
  1998. Borat
  1999. Who was the first man on the moon?
  2000. Neil Armstrong
  2001. Who wrote the song back in black?
  2002. Led Zeppelin
  2003. Complete this sentence, "Whats up _"?
  2004. doc
  2005. What style is known with spraying?
  2006. e-style
  2007. Whats the first level armor shirt?
  2008. Ares running shirt
  2009. Whats the name of this game?
  2010. Gunz the duel
  2011. Who makes Insane horny?
  2012. ebonak
  2013. Who makes EBONAK horny?
  2014. dexgod
  2015. How much ap does rex iron glove?
  2016. 20 ap
  2017. How much weight does the ring of good fortune give you?
  2018. 2
  2019. Which clan created the first gunz clan movie on igunz?
  2020. Ghost korean
  2021. Who is the infamous italian video game character?
  2022. Mario
  2023. What was the first gaming system?
  2024. Atari
  2025. Merchants remodeled what weapon's magazine illegally to make the Adventurer SMG x2?
  2026. Renards
  2027. What type of players usually use Adventurer weapons?
  2028. Novices
  2029. What sword is handed down from the Moon dynasty?
  2030. Dark Karma
  2031. What unique sword is designed by a legendary swordsman?
  2032. Salamanda
  2033. How much AP does Ridic Hunter Dagger give?
  2034. 3
  2035. What slash command shows the list of chat commands?
  2036. help
  2037. Who is the best gunz player ever?
  2038. Toktok
  2039. What is the name of the level 50 sword?
  2041. How much ammo is in one machine gun magazine?
  2042. 120
  2043. How much damage does the Minic 567 MK.II x2 do?
  2044. 50
  2045. What state is known as the silver state?
  2046. Nevada
  2047. Which president was president twice in his lifetime?
  2048. Grover Cleveland
  2049. Which football team was John Elway in?
  2050. Broncos
  2051. How many superbowl games have there been?
  2052. 41
  2053. Which city has 2 basketball teams and what are their names?
  2054. los Angeles
  2055. Who created the locust plague?
  2056. Holyforce
  2057. Who created the song with the phrase "Ballin"?
  2058. Jim Jones
  2059. What is a football made out of?
  2060. Pig skin
  2061. Who is the lead singer of Pink Floyd?
  2062. Roger Waters
  2063. Name all 4 of the beatles.
  2064. Ringo, Paul mccartney, John Lennon and george harrison
  2065. Who invented the slam dunk?
  2066. Doctor J
  2067. Who was the rist to score over 100 points in the NBA?
  2068. Will chamberlain
  2069. What is the dominant style in Gunz?
  2070. K-Style
  2071. Which company hosts NA Gunz?
  2072. Ijji
  2073. Which actor is famous for the line "You feelin lucky punk"?
  2074. clint eastwood
  2075. Which actor plays Happy Gilmore in the movie Happy Gilmore?
  2076. Adam Sandler
  2077. How did Hitler die?
  2078. Suicide
  2079. Which three presidents were assisinated?
  2080. James A. Garfield, Mickinley, and John F. Kennedy
  2081. Who can cure cancer with his tears but doesn't cry?
  2082. Chuck Norris
  2083. Who can beat Chuck Norris?
  2084. bruce lee
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