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Who sang the song "Beat It"?

Michael Jackson

200

What did JFK call "the most hazardous and dangerous and greatest adventure on which man has ever embarked"?

Putting a man on the moon

200

What is lighter, gasoline or water?

Gasoline

200

The Ghirardelli Chocolate Company was founded in which city?

San Francisco

200

How many stripes are there on the US flag?

13

400

What famous ex-boyfriend of Jennifer Aniston once guest-starred on the TV show "Friends"?

Brad Pitt

400

What year did the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor?

December 7, 1941

400

What is the scientific study of animal biology?

Zoology

400

What is the capital of the US state of Oklahoma?

Oklahoma City

400

Thomas Jefferson is depicted on what US coin?

Nickel
600

What was Red good at doing in prison in the movie "The Shawshank Redemption"?

Smuggling contraband into the prison.

600

What was Australia's original purpose as a colony?

To be a British prison

600

The pivot point of a lever is called what?

Fulcrum

600

Which river runs through Rome?

Tiber

600

In the beer world, what does the abbreviation IBU stand for?

International Bitterness Units

800

In "Game of Thrones", what are the three names of Daenerys’ dragons?

Drogon, Viserion, and Rhaegal

800

On March 1, 1872, what became the first National Park in the US?

Yellowstone

800

What geological period followed the Jurassic?

Cretaceous

800

Which two countries are on the southern border of Mexico?

Guatemala and Belize

800

In which country were the 2010 Winter Olympics held?

Canada

1000

In the entertainment world, MGM stands for what?

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

1000

Who was the longest reigning Prime Minister of Britain in the 20th Century?

Margaret Thatcher

1000

What plant makes up most of the koala's diet?

Eucalyptus

1000

Where is the lowest freshwater lake by altitude in the world?

Israel

1000

What is Cap’n Crunch’s first name?

Horatio

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