Trivia Night – Testing Your Patients

Trivia Night is fun I highly recommend at least trying it out. Check them out at BrainBlast Trivia.

They put out three clue pictures the day of the game, today’s are…

3 2 1

We had a perfect game tonight! We answered every question correctly, unfortunately that does not mean we won. Coming into the final question we had a perfect score and were tied for first place with one other team.

We answered the question but were unsure if the answer was correct and only bid 1 point, that point was our downfall. The other team answered the question correctly, along with many other teams, and they (apparently all of the other teams) bid the maximum points. I thought it’d be fun to list the answers/topics of each night of trivia (I’ll attempt to remember the questions as well) just for some useless knowledge for us all.


Round One

What is the capital of New York?


If you are deciding between Virgin and Extra Virgin; what are you buying?

Olive Oil

Who named their kids Dweezil, Moon Unit, Ahmet, and Diva?

Frank Zappa

Round Two

In WWII, Great Britain covered up their usage of radar as attributing their good eyesight to a diet rich in this vegetable.

Carrots (WWII Carrots)

This is America’s first railroad.

B & O Railroad

This rubber coated tool is used in cleaning many windows.


Round Three

This is the home city of Old North Church, where the lanterns were hung to signal of incoming forces.

Boston (Paul Revere’s Ride)

This is the name of the computer in 2001: A Space Odyssey.


This is the country that encompasses the land of the ancient Aztec society.



The FDA requires six items in bold text on all Nutrition Labels, name five.

Fat / Sodium / Cholesterol / Protein / Carbohydrates / Potassium

(Sorry, they’re all in there, its a long read though)

Round Four

This is the longest venomous snake in Africa, its bite is almost always fatal to humans.

Black Mamba

This element has the atomic symbol Pb.


Who is the author of Stuart Little and Charlotte’s Web?

E. B. White

Round Five

This future vacation spot was purchased from the Spanish government in 1819.


This land purchase completed the 48 contiguous states in 1854.

Gadsden Purchase

This city was founded and named ‘Nonesuch‘ by John Smith.

Richmond, VA

Final Question

This city is the home of American University; a private liberal arts and research university that is affiliated with the United Methodist Church.

Washington, DC


So, how would you have done? The main thing is to have a diverse team. One person is very unlikely to have the answers to all of these questions but that’s what friends are for. Thank you to Nick, Lauren, Kelli D, Kara, Charlotte and her man, and my dear wife and daughter. The titles of the Trivia Night posts will be followed with our team name for that night. Testing Your Patients chosen because most of the people who showed were from the lab I work in.


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Posted on June 14, 2013, in Dad Dealings, Fun, Personal Stuff and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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