By Eldon Combs | September 25, 2020 | Comments Off on Trivia Questions Week 09/25/20
When looking at a dart board what number marks the middle of the board on the right side: 6, 8, or 10?
Driving 60 miles per hour – 8 hours per day – it would take closer to: 4, 5, or 6 days to drive from Jacksonville, FL to San Diego, CA? (4.19 days to drive the 2,015 miles – the shortest distance from the East to West coast)
In the game of Yahtzee what on the Upper Section of the score sheet do you have to reach to get a 35 point bonus: 63, 64, or 65?
The quote, “Our greatest glory is never falling but rising ever time we fall” belongs to: America, China, or England? (Chinese philosopher & politician Confucius)
What is the minimum number of players a soccer team must on the field to play a regulation game of soccer: 7, 8, or 9? (11 players normally but allowed to play with as little as 7)
Which US state was the first to give women the right to vote: Wisconsin, West Virginia, or Wyoming?
America’s Jesse Owens held the Olympic: 100 meters, long jump, or triple jump record from 1936 to 1960? (Jesse Owens single-handedly ruined Adolf Hitler’s dream of a Germany dominate Olympics in 1936)
After Moses destroyed the first set of the 10 Commandments – the 2nd set of Commandments were written by God, Moses, or Aaron? (Moses chiseled out the tablets but it was “God wrote words on the tablets what he had written before” – Dueteronomy 10: 1-4)
If an Ultimate Frisbee team scores 3 times in a match how many points have they scored: 3, 9, or 18?
Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, or Harry S. Truman once shared this quote with the American people, “A people that value it’s privileges above it’s principles soon loses both”?
How many NFL teams have won 3 consecutive Super Bowls: 1, 2, or 3? (Dolphins 1971-73 & Patriots 2016-18)
4 Federal holidays fall on the same day each year: New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Christmas and what is the one? (Veteran’s Day November 11th each year – thanks to Woodrow Wilson in 1919)
In Frisbee “Guts” players try to catch discs traveling at closer: 70, 80, or 90 mph without letting the disc hit the ground?
You can drive as fast as you want on the Autobahn in Germany – 130 kilometers per hour is the hopeful max and that’s closer to: 80, 90, or 100 miles per hour?
At the Cornhole Championships – the Cornhole boards are placed: 23, 25, or 27 ft apart?
Henry Ford, Ray Kroc, or Sam Walton is credited with saying these words, “Whether you think that you can or that you can’t, you are usually right?”
A Tetherball spectator not wanting to get hit the face by the ball – needs to stand at least: 6ft 1inch, 7ft 1inch, or 8ft 1inch away from the Tetherball pole?
Early settlers using the Oregon Trail (Independence, MO to Willamette Valley, OR) took: 3, 5, or 7 months to complete?
Of sports involving a ball which has the highest “Death Rate” associated with playing it: Jai Alai, Polo, or Rugby?