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Jeopardy! Stupid Answers
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Can you name the stupid answers from various episodes of Jeopardy!?
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These are real clues used from Jeopardy's 'Stupid Answers' category. The answers are "stupid" because they are fairly obvious. You DO NOT have to answer in the form of a question!
Canada's Swan River empties into this lake
Physician Robert Graves first identified this disease in 1835
This Washington D.C. monument stands near the Potomac, about halfway between the Capitol & the Lincoln Memorial
It's the one-word title of the state song of Alabama
In 1981 this 9-letter word was added to the state flag of Wisconsin
It's the 1-word name of the Ben & Jerry's flavor described as 'vanilla ice cream with vanilla bean specks'
Glen Bell founded this taco chain in 1962
It's the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution that mentions religion
Shortly after birth, the placenta, also called this, is expelled from the uterus
It's the collective 2-word name for the extinct bears who lived in caves 1,000,000 years ago
It's the first verb in the Pledge of Allegiance
This sea lies to the north of Belgium, the Netherlands & Germany
Kodiak Island is the habitat of this type of bear, Ursus arctos middendorffi
The first line of this Ralph Ellison novel is 'I am an invisible man'
One story says this word of approval comes from the initials of Van Buren's nickname of 'Old Kinderhook'
1975's 'Killer Queen' was the first Top 40 pop hit for this group
China's Song Dynasty was noted for its contributions to the tz'u, a form of this
Bangui is the capital of this central African republic
The logo of this brand depicts an arm holding a hammer
This stone is so named because it was first made in the city of Strasbourg, on the Rhine River
Traditionally, use 2 oz. gin, 5 oz. tonic water & 1 lime wedge to make this drink
A cation is a positively charged one of these; an anion is a negatively charged one
Chevron's red & blue logo is this heraldic shape, meant to convey rank & service
Leonardo da Vinci was born near this small Tuscan town in 1519
Just before serving this Chinese soup, drop some beaten egg into it
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