Supporting Amateur Radio Emergency Communications

This Sunday is Superbowl 50. Millions of Americans will gather around the television to watch the game.

QUESTION:

How many millions of pounds of guacamole will be consumed during Sunday’s game?
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QUESTION:
Under the federal guidelines of the American Disibilty act only  a Dog is called a service animal. In addition to the provisions about service dogs, the Department’s revised ADA regulations have a new, separate provision about ________ animal that have been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. What is that animal?
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Today in Culver City, four individuals went to a bank branch and attempted to rob it.  A gun went off and the suspects fled.   Two were detained and for much of the day a dragnet was setup with door to door searches going on in various areas near the bank.

This got me to thinking a bit about the different ways there are to rob a bank, which leads us to tonight’s question.

QUESTION:

What is the most common modus operandi used when robbing a bank? An example:  Wiley Coyote walks into a bank carrying a large anvil from the Acme Anvil company to drop on the teller who happens to look like the road runner. Threatening with an anvil would be the modus operandi he used.
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QUESTION:

Last night the 1.5 BILLION dollar powerball drawing had three winning tickets, including one sold in Chino Hills. This was the highest jackpot pulled to date.
What is the record for the highest jackpot of a single winning powerball ticket in California?  Please round to the nearest million.
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QUESTION:

What car manufacture offered seat belts as standard equipment and in what year?
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QUESTION:

The Times Square ball drop in NYC has been an American tradition since 1907. The ball is a geodesic sphere weighing 11,875 pounds and features 2,688 Waterford Crystal triangles that vary in size from 4 ¾ inches to 5 ¾ inches. The question tonight is how wide is the sphere?
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On December 17, 1903, two brothers from Dayton, Ohio, with no formal engineering training defied gravity in their flying machine over the dunes of North Carolina’s remote Outer Banks. Orville and Wilbur Wright made the first powered, sustained and controlled manned airplane flight on this day in history.

 

QUESTION:

During their lifetimes, how many times did the Wright Brothers fly together?

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