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Trivia Challenge

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  1. On Jan. 27, 2010, Apple announced what product?
  2. What city has been nicknamed the Mile High City?
  3. How does a shell stay connected to a snail’s body?
  4. On Jan. 28, 1782, Congress provided funding and a law for what national symbol that contains the name of an animal?
  5. What comic acted as Reverend Leroy and Geraldine Jones?
  6. In April 2023 what European capital will ask voters whether to support rental electric scooters?
  7. What two U.S. presidents are buried in Arlington National Cemetery?
  8. On Jan. 29, 1936, what Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., elected its first five players?
  9. What vegetable often used in making gumbo is also called lady’s-finger?
  10. In January 2009 what painter of “Christina’s World” died?
  11. On Jan. 30, 1882, what president was born on an estate that his family had owned for 100 years?
  12. Who was America named after?
  13. What was the original theme song of “Happy Days”?
  14. On Jan. 31, 1919, what baseball player was born – the first Black player in the 20th century American major leagues?
  15. The Bundt cake pan was invented in Minnesota for a Jewish women’s society in what year: 1919, 1936 or 1950?
  16. The first known use of toilet paper is in the sixth century in what country: China, England or Italy?
  17. On Feb. 1, 1898, the Traveler Insurance Co. issued the first automobile insurance coverage – protecting a Buffalo resident against suits by owners of what?
  18. What people were the first to cultivate cacao and make it into a beverage?
  19. In what comic strip would you find Hobbes, Dad and Mom?
  20. On Feb. 2, 1912, what NYC train station opened?
  1. iPad
  2. Denver, Colo.
  3. By tissue
  4. The Great Seal
  5. Flip Wilson
  6. Paris
  7. William Howard Taft and John F. Kennedy
  8. Baseball
  9. Okra
  10. Andrew Wyeth
  11. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Hyde Park, N.Y.)
  12. Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci
  13. “Rock Around the Clock”
  14. Jackie Robinson
  15. 1950
  16. China
  17. Horses
  18. Mesoamericans in Central America
  19. “Calvin and Hobbes”
  20. Grand Central Terminal

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