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$100: In the 'Road Runner and Coyote' cartoons, what famous sound does the Road Runner make? A. Ping! Ping! B. Beep! Beep! C. Aooga! Aooga! D. Vroom! Vroom!
$200: Where should choking victims place their hands to indicate to others that they need help?
A. Over the eyes B. On the knees C. Around the throat D. On their hips
$300: Which of these dance names is used to describe a fashionable dot?
A. Hora B. Swing C. Lambada D. Polka
$500: In what 'language' would say 'ello-hay' to greet your friends?
A. Bull Latin B. Duck Latin C. Dog Latin D. Pig Latin
$1000: What part of a chicken is commonly called the 'drumstick'?
A. Breast B. Wing C. Leg D. Gizzard
$2000: What is the only position on a football team that can be 'sacked'?
A. Center B. Tight end C. Wide receiver D. Quarterback
$4000: What god of love is often depicted as a chubby winged infant with a bow and arrow?
A. Zeus B. Mercury C. Cupid D. Poseidon
$8000: What Steven Spielberg film climaxes at a place called Devil's Tower?
A. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial B. Jurassic Park C. Raiders of the Lost Ark D. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
$16,000: In what U.S. Town did the famous 1881 shoot-out at the O.K. Corral take place?
A. Laramie B. Tombstone C. El Paso D. Dodge City
$32,000: Which of the following months has no U.S. federal holiday?
A. August B. February C. September D. November
$64,000: What mythological beast is reborn from its own ashes?
A. Phoenix B. Dragon C. Minotaur D. Golem
$125,000: Who developed the first effective vaccine against Polio?
A. Albert Sabin B. Neils Bohr C. Louis Pasteur D. Jonas Salk
$250,000: Which of the following is not a monotheistic religion?
A. Islam B. Judaism C. Hinduism D. Christianity
$500,000What architect designed the glass pyramid in the courtyard of the Louvre?
A. Philip Johnson B. Le Corbusier C. Frank Gehry D. I. M. Pei
$1,000,000: Which of these U.S. Presidents appeared on the television series 'Laugh-In'?
A. Lyndon Johnson B. Richard Nixon C. Jimmy Carter D. Gerald Ford
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