Random Miscellaneous Trivia Questions
What Operation Desert Shield was the code name of the
build-up to action in what country?
What body builder said, "You too can have a body like
A: Charles Atlas.
What rock group recorded the album Dark Side Of the Moon?
A: Pink Floyd.
Narcissus spurned Echo's love and was punished by being
made to fall in love with what?
A: his own reflection.
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A: Trivia Country!
What politician succeeded Nixon as President of the USA in
Bhagwan Rajneesh was expelled from the US with the closure
of his Oregon commune and died in what year?
Ronald Goldman was murdered along with whose estranged wife
A: O J Simpson's.
Who was the 41st President of the USA?
A: George H. Bush
What male vocalist was the first rock star to appear on the
covers of both Time and Newsweek in the same week?
A: Bruce Springsteen, in 1975.
Julia Roberts was up for an Oscar as Sally Field's daughter
in what movie?
A: Steel Magnolias.
Pravda, a former Soviet Communist Party newspaper was
re-launched as a tabloid in what year?
Which fruit Apple gave its name to a what in 1984?
A: Desk top computer.
What are the names of the two women held hostage in the US
Embassy in Tehran in 1980-81?
A: Kathryn Koob & Elizabeth Ann Swift.
Salmam Rushdie won a Booker Prize for what book?
A: Midnight's Children.
What was the name of the candidate that won Taiwan's first
democratic Presidential election?
A: Lee Teng-Hui.
Which hound of the moors first appeared in a classic 1902
A: Hound Of The Baskervilles.
The Oscar for best producer for Reds went to whom?
A: Warren Beatty.
What famous writer wrote East Of Eden?
A: John Steinbeck.
The Grass Is Always Greener Over the Septic Tank is a best
seller written by what funny lady?
A: Erma Bombeck.
Who quipped once that Bill Clinton's foreign policy
experience was confined to "breakfast once at the International House of
A: Pat Buchanan.
Chapel Of Love was performed by what group?
A: The Dixie Cups.