In light of the recent fires all around the Southland we have a bit of fire trivia tonight.
You’ll note that the Skirball fire which ignited yesterday morning along the 405 near Getty Center burned essentially in part of the same place as the Bel Air Fire 56 years ago.
Tonight’s trivia question is which US President was forced to evacuate from the Bel Air fire of 1961.
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?
QUESTION: What is the longest recorded period of drought in California history, in years please?
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.
How many Presidents and how many Vice Presidents were born in the state of California?
In the state of California, automobiles are required to display a front and a rear license plate. This isn’t true however in every state of the union. Our question tonight, how many states only require one license plate?