Trivia 6/17

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trivia 6/17
Though U.S. pharmacist John S. Pemberton invented Coca-Cola in 1886, his
bookkeeper, Frank Robinson invented the name. Robinson had beautiful
handwriting, and his flowering script is still used today.

1. What Italian culinary masterpiece known as "bone with a hole" is often
accompanied with Risotto alla Milanese?
2. Tony Orlando popularized the song "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak
Tree" in the 1970s, but he had his first hit in 1961... can you name it ??
(Hint; H_______ to P_________ )
3. What's another name for the Gnu ?
4. What movie was Michael Jackson's inspiration for his video "Thriller"?
a. - Silver Bullet
b. - The Howling
c. - An American Werewolf in London
d. - Wolfen
5. What is it called when a group of people gather together in a public
place and start performing or acting, just out of the blue?
6. In the early 1970s, who forged (as an alleged ghostwriter), the
autobiography of wildly rich eccentric Howard Hughes?
7. Tony, Angela, Mona, Samantha, and Jonathan are on which TV Sitcom ?
8. The Steelers 1972 AFC divisional playoff victory against the Oakland
Raiders was won in the last moments of the game... What's the term that
describes the winning play ?

During the construction of the Great Wall of China, About 100,000 workers
1. Ossobuco
2.Halfway to Paradise
3. Wildebeest
4. - c
5. Flash Mob
6. Clifford Irving
7. "Who's the Boss"
8. The immaculate Reception

During its construction, the Great Wall of China was called “the longest
cemetery on earth” because so many people died building it. Reportedly, it
cost the lives of more than one million people.

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