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100

This dish is made of sliced bread soaked in eggs and typically milk, then fried. 

French Toast

100

This mythical creature is the national animal of Scotland.                    

Unicorn

100

What is the economic system in the United States?

Socialist

Capitalist

Communist

None of the above

Capitalist

100

Biggest selling album of the 80s (and all time).

Michael Jackson's Thriller

100

Jims first prank on Dwight

Stapler in jello

100

St. Augustine is also referred to as...

“Ancient City,” “Old City” and the “Nation’s Oldest City.”

100

Biggest selling album of the 80s (and all time).

Michael Jackson's Thriller

200

This phrase means to lift your glass (usually containing a drink like wine or cava) and express a wish or desire for success, happiness or other good news. 

Raise a toast/Give a toast

200

How much does it cost to make a $1 bill (approximately)?

A. $1.00

B. $0.50

C. $0.25

D. $0.05

B. $0.50

200

What is the supreme law of the land?

The Consitution

200

Name the song and artist from these lyrics. "You're all the things I've got to remember".

"Take On Me", A-ha.


200

"Would I rather be feared or loved? Easy, both. I want people to be ___.

afraid of how much they love me

200

NFL teams are allowed to have up to 53 players on their rosters, of which 46 are eligible to play on game day.

200

What year was St. Augustine founded? 

A. 1575

B. 1565

C. 1655

D. 1595

B. 1565

200

How much does it cost to make a $1 bill (approximately)?

A. $1.00

B. $0.50

C. $0.25

D. $0.05

D. $0.05

200

Name the song and artist from these lyrics. "You're all the things I've got to remember".

"Take On Me", A-ha.


300

Curiously Cinnamon is the UK name for this famous breakfast cereal.

Cinnamon Toast Crunch

300

Abraham Lincoln, as a 21-year-old in 1830, was the ________ champion of his county in Illinois. He is also honored in this sport's Hall of Fame.

Wrestling.   The Great Emancipator wasn’t quite WWE material, but thanks to his long limbs he was an accomplished wrestler as a young man. Defeated only once in approximately 300 matches, Lincoln reportedly talked a little smack in the ring. According to Carl Sandburg’s biography of Lincoln, Honest Abe once challenged an entire crowd of onlookers after dispatching an opponent: “I’m the big buck of this lick. If any of you want to try it, come on and whet your horns.” There were no takers. Lincoln’s grappling exploits earned him an “Outstanding American” honor in the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.

300

Who was President during the Great Depression and World War II?

Franklin Roosevelt was president of the United States during the Great Depression and World War II. Franklin Roosevelt became president in 1933. The United States economy was weak. Banks failed. Many people did not have jobs.  Franklin Roosevelt tried to fix the economy. He made rules for banks and the stock market. He started programs to create jobs and help workers across the country. The United States joined World War II in 1941. Americans joined Britain and the Soviet Union to fight against Germany, Italy, and Japan. Franklin Roosevelt was the president until he died in 1945. Roosevelt led America through the challenges of the Great Depression and World War II.      

300

Who was the first woman to enter into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

Aretha Franklin.  It happened on January 3, 1987. Tina Turner was inducted in 1991, Diano Ross from The Supremes in 1988, and Etta James in 1993.

300

Michael orders pizza from here as opposed to the favored "Alfredo's Pizza Cafe" in the episode Launch Party.

Pizza by Alfredo

300

One lesser-known fact about St. Augustine.

A. St. Augustine was taken over by pirates but only lasted for 2 days.

B. Bill Clinton used to play sax on St. George Street for fun (before he was president)

C. St. Augustine used to be called Santa Repollo

D. St. Augustine has the narrowest street in the United States

D. St. Augustine has the narrowest street in the United States

The street is called Treasury Street and it is just 7 feet wide. The street connects the Royal Spanish Treasury to the area where the ships dock on the bay and it was deliberately made to be narrow, so that thieves would find it difficult to remove and escape with chests of gold from the treasury.

300

Abraham Lincoln, as a 21-year-old in 1830, was the ________ champion of his county in Illinois. He is also honored in this sport's Hall of Fame.

Wrestling.   The Great Emancipator wasn’t quite WWE material, but thanks to his long limbs he was an accomplished wrestler as a young man. Defeated only once in approximately 300 matches, Lincoln reportedly talked a little smack in the ring. According to Carl Sandburg’s biography of Lincoln, Honest Abe once challenged an entire crowd of onlookers after dispatching an opponent: “I’m the big buck of this lick. If any of you want to try it, come on and whet your horns.” There were no takers. Lincoln’s grappling exploits earned him an “Outstanding American” honor in the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.

300

Who was the first woman to enter into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

Aretha Franklin.  It happened on January 3, 1987. Tina Turner was inducted in 1991, Diano Ross from The Supremes in 1988, and Etta James in 1993.

400

The first electric toaster was invented in?

A. 1893

B. 1908

C. 1914

D. 1924

E. 1925

A. 1893

400

What was the only team that beat the Jaguars in 1999?

A. Ravens

B. Steelers

C. Browns

D. Titans

Including the playoffs, the Jags had a 15-3 record in 1999. All three losses came at the hands of the Tennessee Titans.

400

When was the constitution written?

1776

1789

1790

1787

The Constitution was written in 1787. The American army won the War of Independence in 1783. For several years, the United States was governed by a congress of representatives from the states. But in 1787, delegates for the states met in Philadelphia to create a stronger federal government. They wrote the Constitution that gave the framework for the government we have today. The Constitution was written in 1787.      

400

What Welsh singer topped the charts for four weeks in 1983 with a song that was originally intended as a “vampire love song”?

Bonnie Tyler with "Total Eclipse of the Heart"

400

(2X DOUBLE) What's the name of the chair lady?

A. Deborah 

B. Rhonda

C. Alyssa

D. Monica


Deborah Shoshlefski

400

Jolly Roger flags

Marineland

400

What Welsh singer topped the charts for four weeks in 1983 with a song that was originally intended as a “vampire love song”?

Bonnie Tyler with "Total Eclipse of the Heart"

500

This scene depicts a cook from a monastery eating toast with a nun he has the hots for.  Name the movie.

Nacho Libre

500

(2X DOUBLE) Clockwise, name the order in which the colors appear on a Simon game.

Red, blue, yellow, green.

500

The House of Representatives has how many voting members? 

453

435

534

345

435. There are seven states with only one representative: Alaska, Delaware, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont and Wyoming.

500

Which American actor joined New Kids On The Block as a 13-year-old, before quitting the band a few months later?

Mark Wahlberg

500

Which Harry Potter book was Dwight reading to Jim and Pam at his farm?

The Deathly Hallows

500

Relocated from Key West in December 2010, St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum on South Castillo Drive is home to one of only three remaining authentic _____________ in the world

Jolly Roger flags

500

(2X DOUBLE) Clockwise, name the order in which the colors appear on a Simon game.

Red, blue, yellow, green.

500

Which American actor joined New Kids On The Block as a 13-year-old, before quitting the band a few months later?

Mark Wahlberg

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