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Old 02-03-2010, 03:06 PM   #1
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Trivia 2/3

trivia 2/3

Many types of ants can support 100 times their own weight, while "standing", up-side down, on a sheet of glass !

1. Can you name the two U.S. Presidents who have received an honorary Knighthood by the Queen of England ?
2. Which legendary couple first met on the set of Cleopatra in the 60's ?
3. Which of the fifty has the highest population of Native Americans (that would be Indians and Eskimos) .
4. Fill in the blank ;
Star Trek originally aired in 1966, and ran for ______ seasons before being cancelled.
5. which actor portrayed Lou gehrig in the 1942 movie, Pride of the Yankees ?
6. In which of the fifty is aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh buried?
7. At which street would I find Manhattan Island's widest point?
a. Wall Street
b. 14th street
c. 59th street
d. 125th street
8. what was the name of the wood carver who made Pinocchio?
"Foofoo" is a popular West Indian dish .
1. George H. W. Bush (the Daddy) and Ronald Reagan
2. Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor
3. California (Oklahoma is second)
4. three
5. Gary cooper
6. Hawaii
7. b. - 14th street
Foofoo is a ubiquitous and much-beloved staple through most of West Africa, whether topped with a fiery Palava sauce (or Shoko) or served as the bland accompaniment to a main dish. Foofoo is traditionally made with cassava (aka yucca and/or manioc), but it can be prepared as well with everything from rice, yams, and plantains to instant mashed potatoes!

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