Supporting Amateur Radio Emergency Communications

QUESTION:

How many professional bullfighters have been killed in Spain since 1700?
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Los Angeles is famous for the Hollywood Walk of Fame with it’s iconic stars placed in the sidewalk on several streets in Hollywood, it’s been a major tourist attraction for more than 5 decades.

However, LA has several other lesser known walks of fame.

QUESTION:
Which of the following is NOT an actual Walk of Fame found in Southern California?

Latino Walk of Fame

Flight Path Walk of Fame

Cancer Survivors Walk of Fame

Golden Age of Porn Walk of Fame

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In the movie Unstoppable about a run a away train number 777, Denzel Washington plays the locomotive engineer of train 1206. During the movie he states that his wife passed away.

QUESTION: How many years has she been gone? Read the rest of this entry »

The phrase “Prime the Pump” recently came up as something our current president has claimed to have originated, but of course  has been with us for quite while.

Tonight’s trivia question has to do with favorite words of US Presidents.

QUESTION: Which president liked to use the word “iffy”?
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In a recent audit it was found that there are 26 million registered drivers in the state of California, and of that 3 million have handicap placards.   26,000 of those placards are issued to drivers age 100 or older. Unfortunately that’s more placards than there are 100 year olds in the state.

QUESTION:  How many people are there in the state of California which are 100 years of age or older?
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The colt peacemaker was a single action revolver with a seven and half inch barrel and wood grip. It was introduced in 1873.

QUESTION: How much did the peacemaker cost by mail order?
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tomahawk_(missile)

http://www.economist.com/node/21563702
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