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Can you name the answers to these questions that were asked at Sporcle Live events from 10/25 - 10/31/13?

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What character in the Shakespeare play A Midsummer Night’s Dream also goes by the name Robin Goodfellow?Shakespeare
What television character lives next door to George and Martha Wilson in a classic TV sitcom?Neighbors
In 1958 who created the character Yertle the Turtle as a metaphor for fascism?Literary Characters
New Caledonia, a collection of islands under French control, is located about 750 miles off the coast of which continent?Islands
What beverage brand label once had an image of a bare-footed hillbilly aiming his rifle at someone running away with a moonshine bottle?Beverages
What is the title of the Johnny Cash song that contains the following lyric? 'The taste of love is sweet, when hearts like ours meet.'Johnny Cash
President George H. W. Bush was a pilot in which branch of the military during World War II?U.S. Presidents
On the TV series Jersey Shore, what is the nickname of Sammi Giancola?MTV
What sports apparel brand name has used the slogan 'Because life is not a spectator sport.'?Slogans
What Hall of Fame player is the NBA career assist leader, with 15,806 assists, which is over 3000 more than the next player on the list?NBA
Actress Rita Wilson just celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary. Who is her famous husband?Celebrity Marriages
The component of a solution that dissolves the solute is known as what?Science Class
In 1998, U.S. Congress passed a resolution declaring what city on the Tennessee/Virginia border to be the “Birthplace of Country Music”?U.S. Cities
Artist Edvard Munch, famous for his work The Scream, was a native of what Scandinavian country?Artists
In a 1995 movie, what famous ghost revealed his last name to be McFadden?Ghosts
Peaking at #5 on the charts, what 1995 duet was the first hit for Michael & Janet Jackson as a duo?Musical Duets
The children's horror fiction novels 'Goosebumps' were written by what author?Books
What spiked medieval weapon shares its name with the largest vegetarian food producer in the United States?Weapons
After the United States, what Caribbean country became the second former European colony in the Western Hemisphere to gain independence, declaring in 1804?Final Question #1 - Independence
In 1973, director William Friedkin released the acclaimed horror film The Exorcist. For what thriller, released in 1971, did Friedkin win the Academy Award for Best Director?Final Question #2 - Directors

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