Friday, March 02, 2007

Friday Trivia II

1. Who was the first man in Space?

2. In the movie "The Natural" Roy Hobb's bat, Wonderboy, is broken and he replaces it with what bat?

3. The Dow Jones Industrial Average in New York has what equivalent in:
a. Tokyo?
b. London?
c. Paris?

4. Behind the Nile and the Amazon what is the next longest river in the world?

5. Name 5 of Kevin Smith's films. (He's Silent Bob for the culturally illiterate)

6. Who is #2 for South Carolina in football?

7. Who is Charlestown named for?

8. Who has won the most world series?

BONUS: How Many?

9. Where is the Strait of Tiran?

10. Largest Crowd in Williams-Brice Stadium?
a. what year?
b. against whom?
c. +-1000 how many?
d. final score of the game

Answers Monday or Tuesday


Moose said...

4. Mississippi River (go usa)
5.)Dogma, Clerks, Clerks 2, Mall Rats, and Jay and Silent bob Strike back. (Morris Day and the times for life)
6.)I have no idea
7.) King Charles II
8.)New York Yankee's

10.) Clemson 2005, 86,000
don't want to bring up scores, since we didn't cross the goal line.

Crummy said...

1. Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, with American Astronaut Sam Shepard following soon after. see the Right Stuff circa 1983
2. The Big Unit
3. Tokyo - Nikkei, London - Footsie Index, Paris - Oui Oui I'm a flaming Frenchie Index
4. Yangtze in China, or maybe the Rio Ebro
5. Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Clerks, Clerks 2, Untitled 2007 Movie (ha)
6. A safety
7. Somebody named Charles I'm guessing
8. Yankees, somewhere in the high teens. My own bonus: Yogi Berra, a retired Yankee, has won the most professional sports championships of anyone, how many?
9. In the water.
10. a. Sometime when I wasn't there unfortunately b. An ugly colored team. c. 88,000. d. I think we lost, so no reason to bring it up.