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What three things had Julius Caesar done when he, according to Appian, used the phrase “Veni, Vidi, Vici” in a letter to the Roman Senate after he had achieved a quick victory in his short war against Pharnaces II of Pontus at the Battle of Zela? “He…, he…, he… ?”
Highlight for Answers: He Came, He Saw, He Conquered (3pts)
Chief Wahoo is the logo of what Major League Baseball team? A controversial figure since its adoption in 1932, it will be removed from use on uniforms or stadium branding from the 2019 season onwards – but will still feature on team merchandise.
Highlight for Answer: Cleveland Indians
Audio Question: Sung here by the Red Army Choir of the Soviet Union, this 19th century folk song is better known as the theme to what 1989 Nintendo video game, invented by Alexey Pajitnov?
Highlight for Answer: Tetris
Which of these bears was the first to appear in print, in November 1920?
A) Winnie-the-Pooh, B) Paddington Bear, or C) Rupert Bear?
Highlight for Answer: C) Rupert Bear
Teams from what two countries contested this controversial 1986 Association Football match, pictured? Held four years after a war between these countries, it featured two of the most famous goals in Football history.
Highlight for Answer: Argentina, England
In plants, what green pigment traps sunlight to produce glucose from carbon dioxide and water through photosynthesis? Its name is derived from the Greek for “green” and “leaf”.
Highlight for Answer: Chlorophyll
Set in Ancient Rome, which of William Shakespeare’s works is, by far, his bloodiest – featuring a hanging, two beheadings, eight stabbings including one whose hands and tongue were first cut off and two who were then baked into a pie, a death by indigestion from eating said pie, a death by quadruple amputation then burning alive, and a death by starvation after being buried up to the neck?
Regrettably, it’s not a popular choice in high school English classrooms.
Highlight for Answer: Titus Andronicus
Video Question: Who are these three artists, almost certainly known mostly for their musical talents?
A – Elected to Parliament at age 32, he is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Philippine Army Reserves.
B – An operatically trained vocalist, he was awarded an Honorary Academy Award in 2016.
C – He still holds the Guinness World Record for the World’s Most-Watched Man on Television.
Highlight for Answers: Manny Pacquiao, Jackie Chan, David Hasselhoff (3pts)
Which of these is a Shamisen?
A) A type of Formal Dress, B) A three-stringed Musical Instrument, or C) A Tea Ceremony?
Highlight for Answer: B) Musical Instrument
What business magnate, inventor, scientist, Nobel laureate, gourmand and two-time Olympic medallist beagle adopted an orphaned infant human boy and named him Sherman?
Highlight for Answer: Mr. Hector Peabody