Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Quiz Qs from Sunday 4th April

Current Affairs
Which company does Samantha Cameron work for?
What position in the US government / political system does Nancy Pelosi hold?
Which of these films celebrated its 40th anniversary last month - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Mary Poppins, or The Railway Children?
Which sport is the setting for the film The Blind Side?
Which F1 team has the most points so far?
Rachel Weisz and Ruth Wilson both won Laurence Olivier awards for their performances in which Tennessee Williams play?
What liquid did Thai protesters recently use as part of a demonstration?
Which paper was bought in March by Alexander Lebedev for £1?
Who lost his job as manager of Celtic?
The winter of 2009-10 was the coldest since which year?

Picture Round

Music Round
The theme was mashups - all of which were taken from - and seemed to be very heavy of Gaga for some reason..

Celebs with companies
Which British singer is one of the owners of the shop Lucy in Disguise?
What is the main selling point of the foods marketed under Terrence Stamp's name?
Which rapper is behind the clothing range Roca Wear, with Damon Dash?
Which British actress and comedian is part owner of the fashion label Sixteen47?
Which British singer is behind the clothing range Pretty Green?

Which broadcaster has the motto "Nation Shall Speak Peace Unto Nation"?
Which Premier League football club has the motto 'Nil satis nisi optimum', translating as 'Only the best is good enough'?
The motto 'Faster, Higher, Stronger' is associated with which four-yearly event?
For what motto is the SAS famous?
Which company's motto, in the original French is: 'Parce que je le vaut bien'?

General Knowledge
Which Irish beer is brewed in Cork?
Which sea creature do the Spanish call Pulpo?
Who was the monarch of England in 1666?
In which city is the football team Benfica based?
Who wrote the graphic novels The Watchmen and V For Vendetta?
What is the name of Microsoft's own search engine?
The triangle covering an area between Leeds, Bradford and Wakefield is famous for growing which vegetable?
The Daily Herald later became which newspaper?
What food-related nickname do the French use for the English?
What does Moore’s Law relate to: computing, chemistry, or the behaviour of gases?

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