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Old 07-31-2013, 03:21 PM   #1
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trivia 7/31

trivia 7/31

“I lost it in the sun.” —Dodger Pitcher Billy Loes, after fumbling a ground ball in the sixth games of the 1952 World Series. (He also committed the fist ever Balk in a WS game, when the ball dropped out of his hand during his wind-up. “Too much spit on it “, he replied to a question about it after the game..........

1. What sort of a critter is a Macaque?
2. In which 1997 movie did Daniel Day Lewis play a boxer ?
3. In which decade of the 20th century was actress Joan Collins born ?
4. Name the deceased lead vocalist of the rock band, QUEEN ?
5. Alcoholics Anonymous was formed in what year ?
6. QUICKLY, NOW --- How many sides would a dozen dice have in total ?
7. Which river has "White" and "Blue" tributaries ?
8. What was Princess Diana's maiden name ?
The squirting cucumber shoots it's seeds at speeds of 60 mph or higher.
2. the boxer
3. 1930's
5. 1935
6. 72
8. Spencer
The squirting cucumber, which expels it's seeds in a stream of fluid on reaching maturity,
can shoot them as far as 20 feet. Squirting cucumbers are native to the Mediterranean, but
can be found in sandy, hot, and dry areas in many parts of the world. They look like
normal cucumbers, but be careful; the plant spells gastric trouble for anyone who eats it

“Bad men need nothing more to accomplish their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing.”
― John Stuart Mill
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