HQ Trivia Questions and Answers (September 16, 2018)

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HQ Trivia Questions and HQ Trivia Answers

HQ Trivia September 16 (9:00 pm $25,000 Prize)

(1) What is the name of the ancient Greek pledge commonly taken by physicians?

  • Hippocratic oath (Correct)
  • Bro code
  • Vanderpump Rules

(2) Found on most computer keyboards, “Esc” is short for what word?

  • Escalade
  • Escargot
  • Escape (Correct)

(3) The cartoon character Casper is a friendly version of what traditionally scary creature?

  • Vampire squid
  • Wolf spider
  • Ghost (Correct)

(4) Which of these is a chemical often used in powdered detergents and cleaners?

  • Lorax
  • Borax (Correct)
  • Thorax

(5) The Scottish dish haggis is technically a variety of what?

  • Casserole
  • Pie
  • Sausage (Correct)

(6) Which of these shapes is NOT considered an equilateral quadrilateral?

  • Square
  • Rhombus
  • Trapezoid (Correct)

(7) As of 2018, which of these countries has the highest-paid top government leader?

  • India
  • China
  • Australia (Correct)

(8) Which of these American football positions is also a type of pliers often used by electricians?

  • Fullback
  • Lineman (Correct)
  • Guard

(9) According to Ricky Martin, which of these things is part of “Livin’ La Vida Loca”?

  • Weekends in Spain
  • French champagne (Correct)
  • Making it rain

(10) In the original opening credits of the Emmy-winning “Friends,” which character is NOT wearing a turtleneck?

  • Monica (Correct)
  • Rachel
  • Joey

(11) Which of these California cities is named after a tree?

  • Palo Alto (Correct)
  • Redlands
  • Whittier

(12) Who is the star of the follow-up to the 1993 hit film “The Fugitive”?

  • Harrison Ford
  • Tommy Lee Jones (Correct)
  • David Janssen

(13) Where did Napoleon Bonaparte ultimately lose his life?

  • Saint Helena (Correct)
  • Waterloo
  • Elba

(14) Which of these famous structures was built for a World’s Fair?

  • Gateway Arch
  • Golden Gate Bridge (Correct)
  • Space Needle

(15) What was the first song performed on live American television by the Beatles?

  • I Want to Hold Your Hand
  • I Saw Her Standing There
  • All My Loving (Correct)
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