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# DoctorLard's collection of random Moxquizz questions
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## Demo-Entry:
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# Category: History
# Question: Chinese philosopher (um 500 v. Chr.) ?
# Answer: Konfuzius
# Regexp: [ck]onfu(ts|z)ius
# Author: anonymous
# Level: hard
# Comment: demo-entry, ÄÖÜäöüß ^° !"§$%&/()=? `Ž
# Score: 5
# Tip: Kon......
# Tip: ...fuz...
# Tip: ......ius
## valid keys:
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# Category? (should always be on top!)
# Question (should always stand after Category)
# Answer (will be matched if no regexp is provided)
# Regexp? (use UNIX-style expressions)
# Author? (the brain behind this question)
# Level? [baby|easy|normal|hard|extreme] (difficulty)
# Comment? (comment line)
# Score? [#] (credits for answering this question)
# Tip* (provide one or more hints)
# TipCycle? [#] (Specify number of generated tips)
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Category: Temporal anomalies
Question: How many times do the minute and hour hands on a clockface overlap in a 24 hour period?
Answer: 22
Author: DoctorLard
Category: xG
Question: Which country did hell- visit in August 2014?
Answer: USA
Author: DoctorLard
Category: Music
Question: A traditional Arabian and Turkish string instrument, distinguished from the lute by having no frets.
Answer: oud
Author: Bill Bailey
Category: Pharmacology
Question: In Breaking Bad, Walter and Jesse used a "P2P cook" process to make very pure methamphetamine (by reduction with methylamine over aluminium). What does P2P stand for?
Answer: phenyl-2-propanone
Author: DoctorLard
Category: General ignorance
Question: What are igloos normally made of?
Answer: animal skins
Regexp: (animal )?skins
Tip: It isn't snow.
Tip: It isn't any form of frozen water.
Author: DoctorLard
Category: New Zealand
Question: In what year did New Zealand become self-governing (by gaining its own representative government, separate from the United Kingdom)?
Answer: 1852
Author: DoctorLard
Category: Geography
Question: How many of the Commonwealth of Nations' member states are Realms?
Answer: 16
Level: hard
Author: DoctorLard
Category: Sculpture
Question: Which Lord of the Rings actor, in an interview with Jay Leno, admitted to urinating in Wellington's Bucket Fountain sculpture while filming in New Zealand?
Answer: Elijah Wood
Author: DoctorLard
Category: TV
Question: Which British comedy actor played Richmond in The IT Crowd, and Vincent Noir in The Mighty Boosh?
Answer: Noel Fielding
Author: DoctorLard
Category: Video Games
Question: Who composed the music for the Elder Scrolls and Guild Wars games, thinks he's God's gift to composers, and takes fucking ages to ship CDs of his soundtracks?
Answer: Jeremy Soule
Author: DoctorLard
Category: Video Games
Question: In the Guild Wars world of Tyria, name the once great human kingdom, laid waste by the Charr?
Answer: Ascalon
Author: DoctorLard
Category: Video Games
Question: In Mass Effect 2 and 3, which Oscar-nominated American actor provided the voice for The Illusive Man?
Answer: Martin Sheen
Author: DoctorLard
Category: Cuisine
Question: Which spice is made from the dried and ground aril that surrounds a nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) seed?
Answer: Mace
Author: DoctorLard
Category: Cuisine
Question: What is the main ingredient of borscht?
Answer: beetroot
Author: DoctorLard
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# Author: Lee Clarke, 1st April 2002
# Editor:
# Last edited: 2002/07/05 19:09:11
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# Comment: many mixed quiz questions, Authors nick removed on request
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## Demo-Entry:
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# Category: History
# Question: Chinese philosopher (um 500 v. Chr.) ?
# Answer: Konfuzius
# Regexp: [ck]onfu(ts|z)ius
# Author: anonymous
# Level: hard
# Comment: demo-entry, ÄÖÜäöüß ^° !"§$%&/()=? `Ž
# Score: 5
# Tip: Kon......
# Tip: ...fuz...
# Tip: ......ius
## valid keys:
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# Category? (should always be on top!)
# Question (should always stand after Category)
# Answer (will be matched if no regexp is provided)
# Regexp? (use UNIX-style expressions)
# Author? (the brain behind this question)
# Level? [baby|easy|normal|hard|extreme] (difficulty)
# Comment? (comment line)
# Score? [#] (credits for answering this question)
# Tip* (provide one or more hints)
# TipCycle? [#] (Specify number of generated tips)
## WARNING:
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Category: Animals
Question: What is the only animal, other than a human that can catch leprosy?
Answer: The Armadillo
Category: Computer Games
Question: Which legendary games designer/producer created the Super Mario Brothers franchise for Nintendo?
Answer: Shigeru Miyamoto
Category: General
Question: Aesthetic principles derived from the literature and art of ancient Greece & Rome, but found as ideals in all ages is called?
Answer: Classicism
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: General
Question: North American Indian language family including languages of Alaska and north-western Canada, the Pacific coast and the south-western United States.
Answer: Athapascan
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: General
Question: What is the literal translation of the Latin word 'video'?
Answer: I See
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: General
Question: Which 1946 Louis Reard creation, was nicknamed "four triangles of nothing"?
Answer: The Bikini
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: General
Question: Who is the supreme head of the Church Of England?
Answer: Queen Elizabeth II
Category: General
Question: Whose picture was on the first adhesive nickel postage stamp in the US?
Answer: Benjamin Franklin
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: General
Question: One of the twelve members of the administrative council of the Mormon church, is called a(n) .......?
Answer: Apostle
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: General
Question: The process of adding a number to itself a certain number of times is called?
Answer: Multiplication
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Literature
Question: Which novel by Mary Shelley was subtitled 'The Modern Prometheus'?
Answer: Frankenstein
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Magazines
Question: Which magazine always features an obituary on its last page?
Answer: Rolling Stone
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Magazines
Question: Who was the first male to appear on the cover of Playboy in 1964?
Answer: Peter Sellers
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Movies
Question: In which movie did Bruce Willis play the role of Corben Dallas?
Answer: The Fifth Element
Category: Movies
Question: What does Steven Spielberg try to include in every film he makes, claiming it is for luck?
Answer: Scene With A Shooting Star
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Movies
Question: Which actor played the role of Chewbacca in the Star Wars trilogy?
Answer: Peter Mayhew
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Movies
Question: Which actress won the 2002 Academy Award for best actress in a leading role, for her part in the movie, 'Monster's Ball'?
Answer: Halle Berry
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Music
Question: The theme tune for 'Monty Python's Flying Circus' was written by which composer?
Answer: John Philip Sousa
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Music
Question: What was the working title for The Beatles' song, 'Yesterday'?
Answer: Scrambled Eggs
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Music
Question: Which native of Flint, Michigan, once advised us to "drive your Chevrolet through the USA"?
Answer: Pat Boone
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Quotes
Question: Which tennis player , when asked if he had learned anything from his US Open loss said, "Yeah...I learned I needed to lose 15 pounds"?
Answer: Andre Agassi
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Quotes
Question: Who said, "People don't credit me with much of a brain, so why should I disillusion them."?
Answer: Sylvester Stallone
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Soccer
Question: Which English Premier League team plays their home games at Elland Road?
Answer: Leeds United
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Sports
Question: According to Olympic rules, what number of feathers must a badminton bird (shuttlecock) have?
Answer: Fourteen
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Sports
Question: What is the name of the oldest National Hockey League team in the US?
Answer: The Boston Bruins
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: Star Trek
Question: What is Mr Spock's pulse rate?
Answer: 242 Beats Per Minute
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: TV
Question: What is the address of The Munsters?
Answer: 1313 Mockingbird Lane
Author: DonkeyTron
Category: The Simpsons
Question: Who has starred in such movies as 'The Erotic Adventures Of Hercules' & 'Dial M For Murderousness'?
Answer: Troy McClure
Category: Weights & Measures
Question: The liquid measure of a capacity equal to 1/8 of a fluid ounce is a(n) ..........?
Answer: Fluid Dram
Author: DonkeyTron
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# Author: OllyPomm
# Editor: stanstime
# Last edited: 2002/07/05 19:09:10
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# Comment: OllyPomm has submitted about 200 questions with more to come
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## Demo-Entry:
# ----------
# Category: History
# Question: Chinese philosopher (um 500 v. Chr.) ?
# Answer: Konfuzius
# Regexp: [ck]onfu(ts|z)ius
# Author: anonymous
# Level: hard
# Comment: demo-entry, ÄÖÜäöüß ^° !"§$%&/()=? `´
# Score: 5
# Tip: Kon......
# Tip: ...fuz...
# Tip: ......ius
## valid keys:
# ----------
# Category? (should always be on top!)
# Question (should always stand after Category)
# Answer (will be matched if no regexp is provided)
# Regexp? (use UNIX-style expressions)
# Author? (the brain behind this question)
# Level? [baby|easy|normal|hard|extreme] (difficulty)
# Comment? (comment line)
# Score? [#] (credits for answering this question)
# Tip* (provide one or more hints)
# TipCycle? [#] (Specify number of generated tips)
## WARNING:
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# <!========================================================!>
Category: Animals
Question: An unusual feature of the wombats pouch is that it .......?
Answer: faces backwards
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Animals
Question: How many nipples does an echidna have?
Answer: None
Regexp: (None|0|Zero|Nill)
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Animals
Question: The thylacine (considered extinct) is more commonly know as the?
Answer: Tasmanian Tiger
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Animals
Question: What is a monotreme?
Answer: An egg laying mammal
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Morse Code
Question: What letter of the alphabet does 'dash dash' represent?
Answer: M
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Morse Code
Question: What letter of the alphabet does 'dash dot' represent?
Answer: N
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Morse Code
Question: What letter of the alphabet does 'dash dash dot' represent?
Answer: G
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Morse Code
Question: What letter of the alphabet does 'dash dash dot dot' represent?
Answer: Z
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Morse Code
Question: What letter of the alphabet does 'dot dot' represent?
Answer: I
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: The Melbourne Cup horse race is held on the first ------- in November.?
Answer: Tuesday
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: Over what distance is the Melbourne Cup horse race ran (in metres)?
Answer: 3200
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Pot Pourri
Question: How many weeks until Christmas Day if it is the 25th September?
Answer: 13 weeks
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: What famous race was established in 1903?
Answer: The Tour de France
Author: OllyPomm
Category: History
Question: In 1893, this country was the first to give women the vote.?
Answer: New Zealand
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Metals
Question: The largest pure gold nugget (weighing 70.92kg) ever discovered was called...?
Answer: The Welcome Stranger
Regexp: (The )?Welcome Stranger
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Medicine
Question: In 1665 the first ----- ----------- was performed by Dr Richard Lower.?
Answer: Blood Transfusion
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Pot Pourri
Question: If it's 12.00 noon GMT - what time is it in Sydney, Australia?
Answer: 10.00pm
Author: OllyPomm
Category: History
Question: Considered to be the last full blooded Tasmanian aborigine, (died 1876 - aged 73), her name is.....?
Answer: Truganini
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Olympics
Question: In what city is the Olympic torch first lit?
Answer: Olympia
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Olympics
Question: What is the latin Olympic motto?
Answer: Citius Altius Fortius
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Olympics
Question: What does the latin Olympic motto - Citius Altius Fortius stand for?
Answer: Faster Higher Stronger
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Olympics
Question: What are the colours of the Olympics rings (in order).?
Answer: Blue Yellow Black Green Red
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Olympics
Question: How many mascots did the Sydney Olympics have?
Answer: 3
Regexp: (3|Three)
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Olympics
Question: The Sydney Olympics had 3 mascots. What type of animals were they?
Answer: Kookaburra Echidna Platypus
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Olympics
Question: What were the names of the 3 mascots at the Sydney Olympic Games?
Answer: Ollie Millie Syd
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Quotes
Question: Who said "Come up and see me sometime"?
Answer: Mae West
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Quotes
Question: Who said "Tha tha that's all folks"?
Answer: Porky Pig
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Quotes
Question: Who said "Go ahead - make my day" (character name)?
Answer: Harry Callaghan
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: What sport do the following terms belong to - "Tight End & Wide Receiver"?
Answer: #American Football# (Gridiron)
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: What sport do the following terms belong to - "Pull & Lolly"?
Answer: Cricket
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: What sport do the following terms belong to - "Jerk & Snatch"?
Answer: Weightlifting
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: What sport do the following terms belong to - "Hotdog & Bottom Trun"?
Answer: Surfing
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: What sport do the following terms belong to - "Toucher & Dead Length"?
Answer: Lawn or Indoor Bowls
Regexp: (Lawn)?(Indoor Bowls)?
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: What sport do the following terms belong to - "Pist & Telemark"?
Answer: Skiing
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: What sport do the following terms belong to - "Touches & Lunges"?
Answer: Fencing
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: What sport do the following terms belong to - "Behind & Banana Kick"?
Answer: Australian Football League
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Sport
Question: What sport do the following terms belong to - "Sweeper & Advantage Rule"?
Answer: Soccer
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Astronomy
Question: How many stars make up the 'Southern Cross'?
Answer: 5
Regexp: (5|Five)
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Astronomy
Question: How many Earths would it take to match the size of the sun? Over 1000, 100,000 or 1,000,000?
Answer: 1,000,000
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Astronomy
Question: What planet position is the Earth from the Sun?
Answer: 3rd
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Astronomy
Question: How long does it take for Earth to travel around the Sun?
Answer: 1 Year
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Astronomy
Question: The Moon orbits around the Earth -Tue or False.?
Answer: True
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Famous Aliases
Question: By what name is Maurice Micklewhite better known as?
Answer: Michael Caine
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Famous Aliases
Question: By what name is Arthur Leech better known as?
Answer: Cary Grant
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Famous Aliases
Question: By what name is Robert Zimmerman better known as?
Answer: Bob Dylan
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Famous Aliases
Question: By what name is Francis Gumm better known as?
Answer: Judy Garland
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Famous Aliases
Question: By what name is Richard Starkey better known as?
Answer: Ringo Starr
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Famous Aliases
Question: By what name is Allan Stewart Konisburg better known as?
Answer: Woody Allan
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Famous Aliases
Question: By what name is Marion Morrison better known as?
Answer: John Wayne
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Famous Aliases
Question: By what name is Reginald Dwight better known as?
Answer: Elton John
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Famous Aliases
Question: By what name is Norma Jean Baker better known as?
Answer: Marilyn Monroe
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Food & Drink
Question: What is the main ingredient in the soup Borscht?
Answer: Beetroot
Author: OllyPomm
Category: General
Question: How many axles does an 18 wheeler truck have?
Answer: 5
Regexp: (5|Five)
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Animals
Question: What bird has the biggest wingspan?
Answer: Albatross
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Animals
Question: What do you call a group of rhinocerus?
Answer: A Crash
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Geography
Question: What country is Mt Etna in?
Answer: Italy
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Plants
Question: What genus of tree does the wattle belong?
Answer: Acacia
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Plants
Question: What do you offer someone as a peace gesture?
Answer: An Olive Branch
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Plants
Question: What word describes part of your hand and a type of tree?
Answer: Palm
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Plants
Question: What is the name given to the art of miniaturising trees and maintaining their small size?
Answer: Bonsai
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Plants
Question: What part of a rhubarb plant is poisonous?
Answer: The Leaves
Author: OllyPomm
Category: Flags