Trivia Questions 06/03/22

  1. In what year did Princess Diana Die: 1997, 1999, or 2001?
  2. Bible Question: Who chose to suffer with the people of GOD rather than to enjoy his position of privilege: David, Enoch, or Moses? (As a Hebrew baby Moses was saved from the river by the Pharoah’s daughter and was adopted by Egyptian Royalty)
  3. President Harry Truman’s decision to unleash the greatest weapon of Mass Destruction ever was prompted by estimates that a ground assault into Japan’s homeland would result in 10 Million Japanese dead and: 1, 2, or 3 million American Casualties?
  4. Ohio State, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, or USC – which school is not currently tied for most Heisman Trophy Award Winners?
  5. Using current research – 1 out of every 100, 1,000, or 10,000 people that get bit by a Brown Recluse Spider will dies?
  6. The standard air pressure in most passenger cars is 30 to 35 lbs per sq inch – In NASCAR most racing cars keep around 30 lbs of air pressure in the left side tires but put: 40lbs, 50lbs, or 60lbs of air pressure in the right side tires?
  7. A typical 1.69oz bag of M & Ms contains more or less than 55 pieces of delicious melt in your mouth not in your hand candy? (Supposed to be at least 56 pieces in each bag)
  8. Joe Montana did or did not play for the KC Chiefs in 1992? (Nope last year he played for San Francisco)
  9. Just writing down the name of the little boy who wins Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory makes you think of this Yum Brands Restaurant Chain: KFC, Pizza Hut, or Taco Bell? (Charlie Buckets – KFC’s Bucket of Chicken)
  10. Kevin Garnet was the first real NBA star to wear them – and now Golden State’s Klay Thompson carries the banner for: Anta, Boned, or Vert shoes?