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Trivia Questions Week 11/15/19

  1. The Tennessee Titan player that blocked the Kansas City Chiefs game tying field goal attemp last Sunday wears the jersey number: 43, 46, or 47? (Joshua Kalu)
  2. What percentage of the World’s population was killed as a result of WWII – closer to: 2%, 3%, or 4%? (85 Million of 2.4 Billion people at that time)
  3. How many yards were required for Ravens QB Lamar Jackson to complete his crazy 360 degree spin move against the Bengals last Sunday: 2, 4, or 6 yards?
  4. From the Bible story mentioned in Matthew, Mark, & Luke, what was the first thing Jesus did after a group of men lowered their paralyzed friend through the roof of a house Jesus was teaching in: He commended the men on their faith, He healed the man, He forgave the man’s sins?
  5. Although it looks like he was off-sides, how many steps did Tennessee Titans player Josh Kalu take before diving to block the Kansas City Chiefs game tying field goal attempt last Sunday: 4, 5, or 6?
  6. Who suffered the most combined military & civilian casualites during WWII: China (12 Mil), Germany (8 Mil), or Soviet Union (21 Mil)?
  7. Last Tuesday night after the Evansville Aces defeated the John Calapari’s number 1 ranked Kentucky Wildcats – where did ESPN’s Kenny Mayne say the Aces were going to go to celebrate their win: Applebee’s, Sizzler, or the Cross Eyed Cricket? (Cross Eye Cricket is a real restaurant In Evansville, IN but the upset took place on Kentucky’s home court – I think the reference was a little bit of funny shade thrown on the not as well known, smaller populated town, & smaller enrollment size of the Evansville Aces program)
  8. It is estimated that: 1.5, 2.5, or 2.5 million children died during the Nazi orchestrated Holocaust? (1.2 million Jewish children and the rest were Gypsies)
  9. Halsey, Airiana Grande, or Demi Lavato claims to be being stalked by a demonic black cloud in her bedroom?
  10. Hiroshima or Nagasaki Japan was done in by a Portly Lad? (The Little Boy atomic bomb was first dropped on Hiroshima during WWII and later the Fat Boy bomb desimated Nagasaki – 2 events that allowed an American victory at the time but forever changed the world with a sure & constant fear of such devastation happening again)
  11. American PGA golfer pocketed $1.3 Million dollars last year at the Mayakoba Golf Classic and promptly paid his caddy $5,000 – later Kuchar paid David Ortiz: nothing, $25,000, $35,000, or $45,000?
  12. In WWII, how many months separated the surrender of Germany and the surrender of Japan: 2, 4, or 6 months? (Germany 5/7/45 – Japan 9/2/45)
  13. In NFL history what is the record for most QB rushing TD’s in a season: 12, 14, or 16? (Cam Newtion 2011)
  14. What does the D in D-Day stand for: Day, Debark, Deployment, or Delivery?
  15. Dribbling was introduced to the game of basketball before or after the year 1900? (1897)
  16. Lamar Jackson, Russell Wilson, or Christian McCaffrey: Who would most likely be seen enjoying a nice sirloin steak with mac & cheese at Colton’s Steakhouse & Grill? (Steak & Mac & Cheese his favorite meal)
  17. How many years did the Vietnam War last closer to: 14, 17, or 20 years? (Nov 1st, 1955 to Apr 30th, 1975 – 19.5 years exactly)
  18. In WWI many young men accross lied about their age so, they could join the army to play a part in defending their country – the youngest to ever pull it off was: 11, 12, or 13 years old? (Sidney was born Mar 12, 1903 he enlisted in Aug of 1915 – he fought for 6 weeks at the Western Front before his true age was discovered)
  19. The maximum diameter of a regulation 13 lb or greater bowling ball is: less than 8.5″, 8.5″, or more than 8.5″? (Max of 8.595″ – seems like their should be a hard fast rule with an exact diameter size allowed – doesn’t it?)
  20. It is or is not possible for a 4’8″ woman weighing 86 lbs to join the army? (Must be 4’10” and weigh at least 90 lbs at least today 11/15/2019)