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Which fellow NBA superstar fouled the legendary Isiah Thomas so hard in 1991 that it left the latter permanently scarred?

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Answer: Karl Malone
More information: In December of 1991, Utah Jazz forward Karl Malone inflicted a vicious elbow to Thomas' eye which resulted in a gruesome scene, 40 stitches and a permanent scar. Rightfully this incident is considered one of the most unsportsmanlike acts in NBA history.

Hard

Up until 2018, who was the only player in NFL history to have rushed for a 99-yard touchdown?

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Answer: Tony Dorsett
More information: In 2018 Derrick Henry matched the record set by Tony Dorsett as a member of the Dallas Cowboys in 1982.

Hard

Which actor voices Miles Morales in "Into the Spider-Verse"?

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Answer: Shameik Moore
More information: Shameik Moore, an Atlanta native and star of the movie "Dope", provided the voice of Miles Morales.

Easy

A pickaxe is a basic, commonly-used tool in which videogame?

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Answer: Minecraft
More information: Pickaxes, the basic tool for mining in "Minecraft", are perhaps the most-commonly used instruments in the game.

Medium

How did Giosué escape being gassed after arriving at the concentration camp in "Life Is Beautiful"?

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Answer: By not following the other children
More information: Giosué was not fond of bathing and as such didn't follow the other children into the gas chambers they were tricked into believing were showers.

Medium

What is the name of the primary world upon which the "World of Warcraft" takes place?

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Answer: Azeroth
More information: Azeroth is the fictional home to humans, trolls, elves, dragons and other warring species.

Easy

What special title does Anthony Hopkins possess in real life?

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Answer: Sir
More information: Sir Anthony Hopkins was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 1993, two years after the release of "the Silence of the Lambs".

Hard

Which was the first political party in the United States to implement a free breakfast program for school children?

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Answer: Black Panther
More information: The Black Panther Party's "Free Breakfast for Children Program", implemented in 1969, served as the inspiration for similar initiatives run by the US federal government today.

VeryHard

What is the largest man-made lake in the United States?

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Answer: Lake Mead
More information: Lake Mead, which is located in Nevada, is the largest human-made lake in the United States. The lake has a total length of 112 miles and a depth that measures 532 feet.

Medium

At the men's singles 2014 Wimbledon Championship, which player knocked out defending champion Andy Murray?

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Answer: Grigor Dimitrov
More information: 2013 Wimbledon champion, Andy Murray could not defend his title the subsequent year because he was beaten by Grigor in the quarterfinals of the 2014 men's singles Wimbledon Championship. Novak Djokovic won that year's championship, after a final victory over Roger Federer.

Hard

Which member of the Roman pantheon is commonly considered to be Cupid's father?

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Answer: Ares
More information: Although most people could probably guess that Cupid's mother is Venus, the goddess of love, they may (or may not) be surprised to find out that Mars (Ares), the god of war, is generally considered to be his dad.

Hard

Who was the first US President to declare war?

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Answer: James Madison
More information: James Madison recommended an Immediate Declaration of War against Great Britain.

Medium

How many blood statuses are there amongst wizardkind?

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Answer: 3
More information: A pure-blood is descended solely from wizardkind; half-bloods have at least one magical parent but also a nonmagical parent or grandparent, and muggle-borns are born to two nonmagical parents.

Hard

What is the name of the fictional town in Indiana in which "Parks and Recreation" is set?

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Answer: Pawnee
More information: The depiction of Pawnee on maps in "Parks and Recreation" is actually a flipped version of the real-life Muncie, Indiana.

Easy

What was Jimi Hendrix's real name?

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Answer: James Marshall Hendrix

Easy

"The Lord of the Rings" is based on the book of the same name by which famous author?

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Answer: J. R. R. Tolkien
More information: "The Lord of the Rings" was written by J. R. R. Tolkien from 1937 to 1949.

Easy

What do you call a magical person who can morph into an animal at will?

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Answer: Animagus
More information: An Animagus can turn into an animal at will.



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