Chopsticks were invented in China more than 4,000 years ago.
The World Wrestling Federation (WWF) teamed up with NBC to present the XFL for its sole season, which was 2001. Vince McMahon will relaunch the league in 2020.
Answer: Eddie Vedder
Pearl Jam is an American band that formed in Seattle, Washington in 1990. The band consisted of the lead singer Eddie Vedder, Mike McCready in lead guitar, Stone Gossard in rhythm guitar, and Jeff Ament in the bass.
Answer: The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones grew in popularity after police raided Keith Richards' mansion in West Wittering, England - known as "Redlands" - and arrested he and Mick Jagger for possession of hash and amphetamines.
Answer: 10,000 gallons
There is perhaps no part of the United States which celebrates May Day as colorfully as Hawaii, since 1 May also serves as Lei Day when the culture of all of the different Hawaiian islands are recognized.
Answer: Detroit Pistons
The "Malice at the Palace", perhaps the most-disturbing event in the history of the NBA, involved members of the visiting Indiana Pacers brawling in the stands with fans of Detroit Pistons, who formerly played at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Michigan.
On 1 April 2013, former Google China head Kai-fu Lee joked that the Great Firewall, China's infamous internet regulations and censorship, was penetrable, allowing access to Facebook and Twitter. His prank drew over 10,000 comments, many of which were filled with insults or other forms of anger.
Answer: New Year's Day
It wasn't until Pope Gregory XIII ordered the implementation of the Gregorian Calendar in 1582 that many European switched New Year's Day from 1 April to 1 January, and even then it still took some places, like England, a while to adapt.
Answer: The Wilderness
Immediately after His baptism, Jesus Christ headed to the wilderness to begin his fasting.
Answer: Breaking and Entering
Tommy got sentenced to the Shawshank for his crimes of breaking and entering.
In total, 12 disciples/apostles were called unto Jesus Christ.
"Ital" is derived from the word "vital" and describes the espoused diets, which usually consists of abstaining from processed foods, of Rastafarians.
Answer: John Milton
Answer: Prison Break
The real-life D.B. Cooper, who "Prison Break" pays homage to, is the alias of a man who parachuted out of an airplane he hijacked after receiving $200,000 in ransom money in 1971. To this day his case remains unsolved.
Amphibians usually have soft, moist skin that is protected by a layer of mucus. They also tend to live in moist places or by a body of water. Examples of Amphibians would be frogs and toads.
Answer: Luke and Matthew
It is the Gospels of Matthew and Luke that primarily deal with the Nativity.