Epic Numbers 0-99

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...the historic U.S. highway running from Chicago to Los Angeles
...a popular magazine or the coming of age for wizards in the Harry Potter universe
...hours in a day
...varieties on a Heinz ketchup bottle
...human chromosomes or part of the TOOL song '___ & 2'
...days February has in a leap year
...countries in Africa (Sporcle recognized)
...Hours in the CBS television news program
...cost (in pence) of one song from the UK iTunes store
...Degrees in the popular American boy band
...the number following Area, a location in Nevada suspected to contain UFOs
...calliber of bullet used in the Smith & Wesson Special revolver
...the age at which Nelson Mandela became President of South Africa in 1994
...years represented by the first line of the Gettysburg Address 'Four score and seven years ago...'
...the Kalashnikov assault rifle, following the letters AK
...hours worked by Jack Bauer during the first four seasons of his TV show
...inches in a yard
...the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything
...the percentage that 2/3 is rounded to
...age at which many famous musicians have died (Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse, Jimi Hendrix, etc)
...the 20th century year when man first landed on the moon, or the number which makes teenagers giggle
...vertebrae in the normal human spine
...signs of the Chinese Zodiac, or number of Angry Men
...'That __'s Show'
...the 20th century year of the discovery of the Titanic
...states that entered the union (of the USA) before Hawaii
...the current record in yards for the longest field goal kicked in the NFL
...syllables in the middle line of a haiku
...humans to set foot on Mars
...the atomic number of uranium
...the century in which Van Gogh painted 'The Starry Night'
...miles in a marathon (rounded down)
...the percentage of water of which the human body is composed
...the only year in the 20th century that is a palindrome
...members of The Beatles
...total cents from a half dollar, two dimes, one nickel and two pennies
...games played by each team in an NHL or NBA regular season
...ounces in a Starbucks 'Venti' sized beverage
...letters in the Hebrew alphabet or the number after 'Catch' in the logical paradox
...strings on a standard guitar
...a prominent Lumber company in the USA and the atomic number of polonium
...playing cards in a standard deck
...the next number in the Fibonacci sequence: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55...
...the largest two digit prime number or the train number in 'The Wreck of the Old ___' ballad
...Seconds to Mars (the American rock band)
...colors on the French flag
...holes in a full round of golf
...flavors of Baskin-Robbins ice cream
...the Bingo call with the nicknames 'Droopy Drawers', 'Open Two Doors', 'Magnum' and 'All the Fours'
...teams in the NFL or FIFA world cup tournament (since 1998)
...the record lowest golf score for a single round on the PGA (or LPGA) tour
...George W. Bush's nickname for his father (former President George H. W. Bush)
...degrees in each angle of an equilateral triangle
...percentage of alcohol by volume in 148 proof absinthe
...days in a fortnight or lines in a sonnet
...players on a soccer (football) team
...the street named in the Christmas movie 'Miracle on ___th Street'
...the professional basketball team from Philadelphia
...normal body temperature in degrees Celsius
...provinces in Turkey or nine squared
...following SR- in the name of the reconaissance aircraft 'Blackbird' or the alternative rock band
...years in the Eighty Years' War (or Dutch War of Independence)
...a popular model of the Texas Instruments TI graphing calculator
...a craps roll or sports jersey number nicknamed 'Double Nickels'
...the hottest temperature in Fahrenheit ever recorded in Iceland (rounded down to nearest degree)
...ingredients in a Twinkie or a famous Pier in San Francisco
...the United Airlines flight which crashed in Pennsylvania on Sept. 11, 2001 or the number of millions of miles between the Earth and Sun
...people in a set of twins
...mm of the standard film size used for photography
...the latitude of the North or South pole
...squares on a chess or checkers board
...keys on a piano
...the Shepherd's Psalm or the number Michael Jordan wore in the NBA
...the German word vierundneunzig or age of the world's oldest father
...home runs hit by Roger Maris in one record season and the name of the movie made about it
...The Loneliest Number
...the age of a girl celebrating her quinceaƱera
...the sum of the first seven prime numbers or the most points scored in a game by a rookie NBA player
...Sheldon's favourite number in 'The Big Bang Theory', or the most losses in a season in NBA history
...lives that a cat has
...Herbie, the Volkswagen Beetle from The Love Bug
...days of Lent in Christianity or days of rainfall of the great flood in the Old Testament
...the sum of numbers 1-9
...percentage of values within one standard deviation of the mean in a normal or Gaussian distribution
...men who signed the Declaration of Independence
...the card game also known as Blackjack
...First Dates shared by Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, or the 'golden' wedding anniversary
...number used to represent the date June second in North America or February sixth in Europe
...the highest score possible in an Olympic competition, or the height of an NBA basketball net in feet
...the racecar driven by Richard Petty (in real life), and Strip 'The King' Wheathers (in the movie Cars)
...pawns in a chess set or the number after the current Pope's name (Benedict)
...colors in the Google logo
...gifts given in The Twelve Days of Christmas song, or the percentage of nitrogen in the Earth's atmosphere
...luftballoons in Nena's song or problems in Jay-Z's
...Theses famously written by Martin Luther
...Days Later in the 2002 zombie movie
...days of Hanukkah
...cents in a quarter
...a very unlucky day of the month (to the superstitious sort) if it falls on a Friday
...often the minimum grade required to pass an exam, or the age of retirement in the UK, Germany, and previously the USA

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