We had 14 teams in for Trivia on Tuesday night, on a night where we honored the US presidents in both of the special categories (we rarely have both of those categories with the same subject). The scores in both of those rounds were both generally pretty good, and we had a tight two-team race going into IQ Trivia. But it was the boys from DIMS who came away with the win, as they got 4 of 5 correct in IQ Trivia and finished with 47 points. Congrats to Mike, Ken and Darek on another impressive win.
Second place went to Stupid Sexy Flanders with 40 points, and third place went to Hendrix Isn't The Best with 37 points.
Best Team Name: Fergie's Back Up Singers
1. President Jacob Zuma, of what African country, resigned last Wednesday in a televised address over numerous scandals that plagued his time in office?
2. Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced last Friday that he is running for a Senate seat in what US state?
3. What rock star had a meltdown at a concert on Long Island last Thursday night, mumbling through just 5 songs, improvising bizarre lyrics before walking off stage?
4. What Oscar-winning actor walked off an on-camera interview on ESPN last week after he was asked a question about his rumored relationship with actress Katie Holmes?
5. What rap star released a new video of a single called "God's Plan" where he gives away $1 million to various people in the Miami area, to complete strangers, a women's shelter and to the fire department?
6. What country was struck by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake on Friday, and was followed by a 5.8 magnitude aftershock?
7.What nation is currently leading the overall medal count at the Winter Olympics, with 29?
1. Who was the first US president to travel abroad while in office? a. Warren G. Harding; b. Teddy Roosevelt; c. Calvin Coolidge; d. Woodrow Wilson.
2. Besides Abraham Lincoln, who was the only president to die in his second term in office? a. William McKinley; b. Warren G. Harding; c. Zachary Taylor; d. John Tyler.
3. Who was the only president born in the state of New Jersey? a. Woodrow Wilson; b. James K. Polk; c. Grover Cleveland; d. Martin Van Buren.
4. Who is the only president to earn a Masters of Business Administration? a. George W. Bush; b. Bill Clinton; c. Woodrow Wilson; d. Jimmy Carter.
5. Who was the last president who did not attend college? a. Ronald Reagan; b. Teddy Roosevelt; c. Dwight D. Eisenhower; d. Harry Truman.
6. Who was the first Republican elected president? a. James Buchanan; b. Abraham Lincoln; c. US Grant; d. James K. Polk.
7. Name 1 of the 2 US presidents who never made a State of the Union address.
The Q Train: Presidential True or False
1. The teddy bear was named in honor of Teddy Roosevelt.
2. Bejamin Harrison served two non-consecutive terms.
3. James Buchanan was the only bachelor president.
4. William McKinley was president during the Spanish-American War.
5. Ronald Reagan was the only president born in California.
6. Abraham Lincoln scrawled the Gettysburg Address on the back of an envelope.
7. George Washington had wooden teeth.
8. Barack Obama was the first president born outside the contiguous United States.
9. Ronald Reagan is the oldest man inaugurated president.
10. FDR was the first president to appear on TV.
1. In Roman numerals, what number does the numeral "C" represent? ( 1 pt)
2. The medical condition known as aFib is an ailment associated with what organ? ( 1 pt)
3. In the Star Trek universe, what color is Mr. Spock's blood? ( 1 pt)
4. The city of Milwaukee, WI sits on which of the Great Lakes? ( 2 pt)
5. What cartoon dog was born at the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm? ( 2 pt)
6. The dimples of Venus are located where on the human body? ( 2 pt)
7. What country has the most volcanoes in the world? ( 3 pt)
1. Rio Manzahares and Rio Jamara are two rivers that run through what world capital city? ( 4 points)
2. What is the only city to host the Olympic Games three times? ( 4 points)
3. Who is the only musician to top the singles charts as a solo artist, in a duo, in a trio, in a quartet and a quartet? ( 5 points)
4. "Star Beast" was the original title of the screenplay that became what 1980 Ridley Scott film? ( 3 points)
5. Steve Balmer resigned from board of Microsoft in 2014 after purchasing what NBA team? ( 4 points)
1. South Africa; 2. Utah; 3. Marilyn Manson; 4. Jamie Foxx; 5. Drake; 6. Mexico; 7. Norway.
1. b; 2. a; 3. c; 4. a; 5. d; 6. b; 7. William Henry Harrison and James Garfield.
The Q Train: Presidential True or False
1. true; 2. false, Grover Cleveland; 3. true; 4. true; 5. false, Richard Nixon; 6. false; 7. false, he had lead, gold and ivory false teeth; 8. true; 9. false, Donald Trump; 10. true.
1. 100; 2. heart; 3. green; 4. Lake Michigan; 5. Snoopy; 6. lower back; 7. USA.
1. Madrid; 2. London; 3. Paul McCartney; 4. "Alien"; 5. L.A. Clippers.