Miscellaneous Quiz / Sporcle Live Highlights - 3/7 - 3/13/14

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Can you name the answers to these questions that were asked at Sporcle Live events from 3/7 - 3/13/14?

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Although known more for his documentaries, who wrote and directed the 1995 comedy Canadian Bacon?Directors
What color is the Life section of USA today?Newspapers
In advertisements, what brand has featured celebrities Betty White, Aretha Franklin, and Robin Williams, and delivers the slogan, 'You're not you when you're hungry'?Advertising
Which U.S. state is home to the National Corvette Museum, where a massive sinkhole in February 2014 swallowed eight prized vehicles?Museums
What American battleship was sunk offshore of Havana, Cuba in 1898, sparking the Spanish-American War?U.S. History
What was the name of Fred and Wilma’s daughter on The Flintstones?Animated Characters
Afghan, Estonian, Irish Wolf, Polish, Portuguese and Scottish all types of what dog?Dogs
What financial term is derived from a French Law term meaning “death pledge”?Financial Terms
What female R&B singer released the 2001 album Songs in A Minor, which actually included only one song in that key?Singers
What political pundit and U.S. Senator has Bill O'Reilly regularly referred to as “Stuart Smalley”?Politics
What tasty 3-letter term is used to describe an amateur radio operator?Radio
What snack is the German word for a salted and glazed biscuit shaped like a knot?German Food
What NBA Hall of Famer was known as the “Round Mound of Rebound” during his playing career?Nicknames
In music, what type of note is also known as a quaver?Music
On the TV series Seinfeld, what did George Costanza want to name his future firstborn child in honor of his favorite Yankee Mickey Mantle?Seinfeld
What current AMC original show is based on of a comic book series of the same name?TV Inspirations
In 1930, whose first case involved discovering The Secret of the Old Clock?Book Characters
What country is the largest in area that has a red, white, and blue flag?Flags
Which U.S. president, who died in office, had his remains exhumed in 1991 to test for arsenic poisoning, after assassination theories had persisted since his death?Final Question #1 - U.S. Presidents
Excluding bonus squares, what is the only number (when spelled out in English) that scores its own value when played on a Scrabble board?Final Question #2 - Board Games

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