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Texas Trivia!

Which Country has won the most Olympic alpine skiing medals?                               

A. Switzerland
B. Austria
C. USA
D. France
E. None of the above

What were the names of the two Dodge brothers responsible for the car brand?                   

A. Frank & Bernard
B. William & Henry
C. Daniel & Niles
D. John & Horace
E. None of the above

Who coined the phrase "Remember the Alamo!"?                   

A. Sidney Sherman
B. Oscar Pierce
C. Sam Houston
D. Jim Bowie
E. None of the above

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The Famous Poem, Ode to Autumn, was written by what famous poet?                   

A. William Shakespeare
B. Robert Frost
C. Lord Byron
D. John Keats
E. None of the above

What year was the first speeding ticket issued in the U.S.?

A. 1885
B. 1900
C. 1902
D. 1915
E. None of the above

What's the only naturally forming lake in Texas?

A. Lake Austin
B. Lewisville Lake
C. Caddo Lake
D. Lake Buchanon
E. None of the above

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Summertime Trivia, Tomball Dodge Chrysler Jeep

Don Henley's nostalgic song, The Boys of Summer, has been released twice as a single and topped the charts both times. What year was the song originally released?

A. 2001
B. 1998
C. 1990
D. 1984
E. None of the above

Who invented the fitted three-point safety belt?

A. Henry Ford
B. Nils Bohlin
C. George Cayley
D. Nicolaus Otto
E. None of the above

What is the official state shell of Texas?

A. Beaded Periwinkle
B. Paper Fig
C. Lightning Whelk
D. Shark Eye
E. None of the above

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What is the name of the tow truck in the movie Cars?

A. Doc
B. Ramone
C. Mater
D. Rusty
E. None of the above

Who won the Daytona 500 in 2012?

A. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
B. Carl Edwards
C. Joey Logano
D. Matt Kenseth
E. None of the Above

In the movie Back to the Future, what speed must the Delorean reach to achieve time travel?

A. 88 MPH
B. 89 MPH
C. 100 MPH
D. 77 MPH
E. None of the Above


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~Winter Trivia~

The first full-scale, self-propelled mechanical vehicle or automobile was made in about 1769 and fueled by.

 
A Gasoline
B Steam
C Diesel
D Plutonium
E Garbage
 
The first modern three point seat belt used in most consumer vehicles today was patented in 1955. In what year was legislation passed in California making it illegal not to wear a seat belt?
 
A 1956
B 1966
C 1976
D 1986 
 
This American industrialist sponsored of the development of the assembly line technique of mass production.
 
A John D. Rokefeller
B Henry Ford
C Walter Chrysler

 
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Christmas Trivia
Match the numbers
   
1) Christmas cards Americans send annually
2) Candy canes the US produces each year
3) Number of real trees Americans buy during the Christmas season
4) Record number of lights on a Christmas tree
5) Number of artificial trees Americans buy during the Christmas season
a) 25-30 million
b) 1.76 billion
c) 194,672
d) 8-12 million
e) 1.5 billion


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NOVEMBER TRIVIA
Which is America's Favorite Thanksgiving Pie?
a) Apple
b) Pumpkin
c) Pecan
d) Sweet Potato


More than 75% of Americans bake their turkeys.
True or False?


The average American consumes 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving, the equivalent of:
a) 4 slices of pumpkin pie
b) 8 slices of pumpkin pie
c) 14 slices of pumpkin pie
d) 20 slices of pumpkin pie


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OCTOBER TRIVIA
According to Forbes Magazine, which Texas city gets the prize for safest city in the country for Trick-or-Treating?

a) Austin
b) San Antonio
c) Plano


What is the weight of the heaviest pumpkin ever recorded?

a) 520 lbs.
b) 1230 lbs.
c) 1810 lbs.


How much candy does the average American consume on Halloween?

a) .3 pounds
b) .7 pounds
c) 1.2 pounds

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September's Answer!!!

Which western movie star gets the most Internet searches per month?

a) Clint Eastwood   368,000
b) John Wayne       550,000
c) Kevin Costner     165,000