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Trivia Question for August 9, 2018 – Richard Nixon

It began with what was called a “third rate burglary” and ended with Richard M Nixon resigning the presidency 44 years ago today. In between a political scandal emerged that developed into a constitutional crisis which still serves as a reference point.

QUESTION:
How much time passed from the initial Watergate burglary until Nixon resigned?

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Trivia Question for April 26, 2018 – Schools named after U.S. Presidents

Keeping with the theme of trivia concerning US Presidents, Ronald Reagan was President from 1981 – 1989. He has 15 schools named after him.

We have had four other presidents since, not including President Trump.

QUESTION: Of these other four, who has the most schools named after them.

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Trivia Question for March 8, 2018 – Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day, a United Nations initative to honor women and their desire for gender parity.

One Southern California McDonalds flipped their Golden Arches upside down forming a Giant W in place of the familiar “M” in support of the day.

“Today we are flipping our iconic @McDonalds logo in honour of women everywhere. #IWD2018 http://McDonalds.com/IWD https://twitter.com/McDonaldsCorp/status/971751589781344256 … Without Women, there would be no McDonald’s.

We’re honored to be chosen by millions of women who have made us part of their stories. ”

QUESTION:

Without using the internet or asking Siri, Alexa or any of the other digital on-line services, tell me which city in Southern California is the McDonalds with the inverted Golden Arches located?

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