The Ironic* Quiz

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William James Morrison of Nashville and Josef Delarose Lascaux of New Orleans, two men who filed patents for cotton candy (fairy floss) machines, held this occupation.
Home to such celebrities as Björkörk, this European island country has the world's greatest number of hot springs.
Commonly heard during the seventh-inning stretch, this song was composed by two people who had never been to a baseball game.
The only member of ZZ Top not to sport an abundance of facial hair on his chin had this surname.
German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, widely known for his ''God is dead'' statement, had a father and grandfather with this occupation.
In Disney's 1942 film ''Bambi'', the title character befriends a rabbit called Thumper and a skunk by this name.
Marc Summers, the host of this mess-filled game show first aired on the children's TV network Nickelodeon, had obsessive-compulsive disorder.
This singer, born Marvin Lee Aday, was a vegetarian for 15 years of his life.
Dennis Wilson, the drummer of this ''surf rock'' group, drowned in 1983.
Former rodeo rider Wayne McLaren, who appeared in advertisements as ''The Marlboro Man'' in 1976, died from cancer of this organ.

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