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Can you name the answers to these questions that were asked at Sporcle Live events from 10/11 - 10/17/13?

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In what European city would you find John Lennon Airport?Airports
Recently unveiled commercials for what SUV model feature Will Ferrell as Anchorman character Ron Burgundy?Car Ads
The end credits of the 2012 Pixar film Brave includes a tribute to what man who died in 2011?Tributes
What Russian leader and founding father co-ruled with his half-brother Ivan for the first fourteen years of his reign from 1682-1696?Foreign Leaders
What famous Tennessee raceway is nicknamed “The World’s Fastest Half Mile”?NASCAR
Which U.S. mountain range is home to the nearly 12,000 ft. peak Mount Ansel Adams?Mountains
1930's bank robber George Nelson was better known by what nickname?Criminals
What actor appeared in all of the following movies: Grosse Pointe Blank, Runaway Jury, Old School, and Smokin' Aces?Actors
Which element on the periodic table of elements was named for the seventh planet from the sun?Elements
Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul are the two U.S. senators from which state?Senators
In North American Native mythology, what is the name of the legendary bird so large that it creates storms just by flapping its wings?Mythology
What word, meaning large in size, was popularized when it was used as the name of a circus elephant owned by P.T. Barnum?Word Origins
What is the brand name of the crème-filled chocolate sandwich cookies first manufactured by Sunshine Biscuits in 1908, 4 years before the debut of the very similar Oreo Cookie?Cookies
Vitamin B3 is also known by what single-word name?Vitamins
What real-life sisters starred together as the Marchetta sisters in the 2006 teen comedy film Material Girls?Sisters
What lemon-lime soft drink made by Pepsi replaced Slice at the end of the 20th century?Soft Drinks
What 1969 best-selling novel begins with a satellite called SCOOP crashing in Arizona?Books
In what film does Paul Newman tell Tom Cruise, 'You couldn't find big time if you had a road map?'Movie Quotes
The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) cites its founding date as February 12, 1909, intended to coincide with the 100th anniversary of whose birth?Final Question of the Night #1 - Civil Rights
Who was the last male to perform the United States national anthem prior to the Super Bowl, doing so in 2007 (Super Bowl XLI)?Final Question of the Night #2 - National Anthems

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