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A random assortment of trivia questions, some multi-part. some with single answers. All parts of an answer are worth 10 points, therefore if a question has a 3 part answer, that would be worth a total of 30 points (total points available per question are in parentheses to the left of each question). Total available points are 500 (hence the name of the quiz!) To earn 10 points, first and last names are required. First or last name only earns 5 points.

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The usual prizes hold: 3rd prize - Pride, 2nd prize - More Pride, 1st prize - Most Pride. Anyone scoring over 150 points earns "A Sense of Accomplishment!"

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1. (30 points)At Walt Disney World's Blizzard Beach, what are the three quickest ways down after you take the Chair Lift up to the top of Mt. Gushmore?
2. (50 points)Name the Top 5 cities in the US, in terms of Foreign tourist visits for the year 1996.
3. (40 points)BEANIE BABY TRIVIA!!!! Here's the first line from the tag, you name the Beanie: A) How do you name a koala bear? B) She's got rhythm, she's got soul, C) He's been eating carrots so long, D) All races, all colors, under the sun.
4. (50 points)APRIL IN ROCK HISTORY: I give you the date and some facts, you name the rock star or band: A) 4/5/41 - This Vocalist/Violinist for "It's A Beautiful Day" is born in Utah. B) 4/18/46 - This drummer for Jefferson Airplane is born in Canada. C) 4/20/91 - This "Humble Pie" member dies in England. D) 4/21/71 - These 2 solo artists, with over 70 Top 40 songs up to 1991, perform at the Fillmore West.
5. (50 points)London's National Theatre recently asked a panel of theatergoers, theater workers, and critics, to nominate the "Ten Most Important Plays" of the 20th century. Here are the ones numbered six to ten: 6) The Crucible, 7) Private Lives, 8) Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, 9) Angels in America, 10) The Caretaker. Give me numbers 1 thru 5.
6. (50 points)Go back to February 1, 1999. Name the shows playing at these Broadway Theaters: A) The Richard Rogers, B) The Ambassador, C) The Eugene O'Neill, D) The Broadhurst, E) The Golden
7. (30 points)As of April 1, 1999, name the 3 oldest ballparks being used in Major League Baseball in the US.
8. (40 points)According to People Magazine, what are these celebrities favorite TV shows of the past 25 years: A) Phil Donahue, B) Ben Affleck, C) Barbara Walaters, D) Marlo Thomas
9. (30 points)I'll give you the street address. You give me the North American arena located there: A) 2695 Katella Avenue, B) 11230 110 St.. C) 501 Broadway
10. (30 points)Identify the following: A) the letter "D" in D-Day, (no bonus for Daniel, as in Daniel Simpson), B) Who the song "My Sweet Little Alice Blue Gown" was written for, C) What the number "13" signifies on a Hell's Angels patch
11. (30 points)Name the 3 largest 4 year Universities in the US, in terms of number of students as of 1995-96.
12. (20 points)Through 1996, these two men had the most Grammy Awards. Name them.
13. (20 points)FILMS ONLY LEONARD PINTH-GARNELL COULD ENJOY: Name these bad films I've had to sit through: A) Farley's pal chases cellist, B) Mark Blankfield in Transylvania
14. (10 points)MY FAVORITE OLD QUESTION: I've used this before. What the heck. What was the first 900 telephone number in the US used for. Some hints: 1970's, and it was a free call.
15. (20 points)First names, please of Sally Field's 2 oldest children.

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