Monthly Archives: September 2015

Trivia Question for September 24, 2015 – Papel Visits: Last time in LA?

The pope is making headlines with his east coast based visit this week.   He won’t be in LA this pass.

QUESTION:

Our question tonight, what year was the last time the pope visited Los Angeles?
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Trivia Question for September 17, 2015 – California Pres and Vice Pres

California Map

Yesterday, the GOP candidates met for a debate at the Ronald Regan Presidential Library in Simi Valley.  So, because politics was on the mind, tonight we have a political question for you.

 

QUESTION:

How many Presidents and how many Vice Presidents were born in the state of California?

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Trivia Question for September 10, 2015 – Shark Attack, Pedestrian Deaths

shark-attackpedestrian deathQUESTION:

We’ve had a number of Hammerhead Shark sightings in the past month with a Kayaker bitten on the foot last week off of Deer Creek Road, near the Ventura/LA County boarder.  The bite turned out to be minor and the kayaker survived.

So I was wondering how shark attack numbers compare to pedestrian deaths by motor vehicles in contrast which generated tonight’s question:

“”For Last year 2014, I want to know how many unprovoked fatal shark attacks there were in the state & how many pedestrian deaths occurred in the same period.   How many people were killed by sharks compared to how many pedestrians were by cars.””
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Trivia Question for September 3, 2015 – The Lone Ranger

Lone Ranger and Tonto

On this date in history in 1954, the Lone Ranger radio series came to an end after 21 years and 2,956 episodes. The character of the Lone Ranger has been an important and iconic piece of American culture Even if you have never seen, read or heard anything directly dealing with the Lone Ranger and his faithful partner, Tonto, you know who they are, Kimo Sabe.
QUESTION:

Featured in radio and TV shows, movies, and comic books, what famous crime fighter is a descendant of the Lone Ranger?

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