Christmas Party Trivia Challenge

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Can you name the answers to these trivia questions from the inaugural Christmas Party Trivia Challenge?

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What term is commonly used to describe a group of dolphins?
Who said the following? “Only two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.”
According to Seinfeld character Frank Costanza, the fictional holiday “Festivus” culminates in two rituals: the “airing of grievances” and what other activity?
In the NATO phonetic alphabet, where “A” is Alpha, “B” is Bravo, and “C” is Charlie, what is “V?”
The symbol “Ag” represents what element in the periodic table.
Who were the 2010 Super Bowl champions?
What is the capital of Finland?
Adjusted for inflation, what is the highest grossing movie of all time?
Name any NBA team name that does not end in the letter “S.”
Other than Justin Timberlake, give the full name of a member of the boy band N'Sync?
What is the capital of Oregon?
On the Nickelodeon series “Spongebob Squarepants,” what is the name of the title character’s pet snail?
In the history of Major League Baseball, seven players have hit 600 home runs or more in their careers. Babe Ruth was one of them. Name one other.
Saturday Night Live debuted on October 11th, 1975. Who was the inaugural guest host?
If you add all of the prime numbers less than 10, what is the sum?
John F. Kennedy was preceded in office by what man?
What product is marketed with the slogan “Kid tested, mother approved?”
In terms of land area, what are the smallest and largest countries in the world, respectively?
In terms of worldwide sales, the best selling album of all time is Michael Jackson’s Thriller. What rock group recorded the album second on that list?

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