General Knowledge Quiz #4

Can you answer these random trivia questions?
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Last updated: February 15, 2022
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First submittedFebruary 21, 2013
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Who recorded the song "Poker Face"?
Lady Gaga
What is the first book of the Bible?
What actor lent his basso profondo voice to Mufasa and Darth Vader?
James Earl Jones
What Roman numeral is equal to 2159?
What prison was stormed on July 14th, 1789?
La Bastille
Who resigned as pope in 2013?
Pope Benedict XVI
Who fought Ivan Drago and Clubber Lang?
Rocky Balboa
What country's unofficial national anthem is "Waltzing Matilda"?
What do we call the mineral Beryl when its green?
In what country would you find the city of Haarlem?
Who was the first Roman emperor?
Whose net worth declined by a record $29 billion in a single day due to a
decline in the stock of Meta Systems in 2022?
Mark Zuckerburg
Who is Steffi Graf's husband?
Andre Agassi
How many ships did Helen's face launch?
What do pitcher plants eat?
British people called them courgettes. What do Americans call them?
Who is the lead singer of The Rolling Stones?
Mick Jagger
What South American country has won more major international beauty pageants
than any other countries besides the U.S.?
What major Japanese city was spared bombing damage during WWII
because of its cultural value?
Correctly spell the capital of Iceland.
Level 84
Feb 21, 2013
You should accept Eric Cartman for "Who sang Poker Face?" He did it much better than Lady Gaga.
Level 84
Feb 21, 2013
should also accept Ratzinger for Pope Benedict
Level 48
May 9, 2014
It said which pope, not which cardinal.
Level 76
Nov 11, 2017
I could not for the life of me get Pope Palpatine out of my head. Finally got it with seconds to go.
Level 44
Jul 25, 2022
Level 65
Mar 29, 2018
Ayumi Hamasaki, one of the biggest J-Pop stars, recorded a "Poker Face" song even before Lady Gaga, so that should be accepted, too.
Level 65
Jul 22, 2022
Sadly the video is copyrighted ;(
Level 84
Jul 25, 2022
Here's another
Level 24
May 13, 2014
I think it would be fair to also accept August as a correct answer for the emperor
Level 43
May 3, 2015
Again why? It's incorrect.
Level 47
Jul 16, 2020
No it's not. In our history books he is called Octavian August.
Level 83
May 24, 2016
What a time we live in - 96% know Lady Gaga and only 66% know Mick Jagger.
Level 81
Aug 9, 2017
Or they simply run out of time while trying to spell Reykjavik, Fitzgerald and zucchini.
Level 73
Aug 26, 2018
...the present? You mean the present? Look, I love the Stones as much as the next person, but I'm definitely not surprised that a current best-selling artist is better known among the general public than the singer of a band that has only released two albums in the last 20 years and hasn't had a top 10 song in the US or the UK for nearly 30. Hell, back in the '90s I heard jokes about how the Rolling Stones were "the world's greatest Rolling Stones tribute band."
Level 67
Sep 21, 2021
How is pop any less valid than white-guy blues?
Level 77
Mar 29, 2018
Purposely wasted a few seconds typing "Christopher Walken" in for Poker Face. Love his version.
Level 56
Mar 29, 2018
“Years from now, people will be asking ‘who sang poker face’”. That may be true, but I’m ALREADY asking who sang it.
Level 75
Apr 5, 2018
I was really hoping for 'Mr. Graf'. (dang)
Level 44
Apr 17, 2018
I wondered why "Dublin" would be hard to spell before I realized I misread the question.
Level 91
Oct 28, 2018
just curious, why 2159 for the roman numeral question?
Level 69
Sep 13, 2019
round numbers are easier, quizmaster probably chose a somewhat large number that would also be a bit more challenging than a round number like 2500 which would just be MMD.
Level 60
Jan 3, 2019
So the Americans have a loanword from Italian and the British have a loanword from french for the same thing ? Funny.
Level 67
Jun 5, 2019
Jetpunk: Spell Iceland's capital correctly

Me: sPeLl iCeLaNdS CaPiTaL CoRrEcTlY

Level 64
Sep 13, 2019
spent a few minutes spelling "dublin" different ways...
Level 53
Nov 30, 2020
wow i got a whole 3 questions right 😱
Level 73
Jan 15, 2022
3 by 3 by 3....and almost 20..:)
Level 25
Apr 2, 2021
Jetpunk: Spell Iceland's capital correctly

Me: "Iceland's capital correctly"

Level 59
Jun 1, 2021
I'm certain I tried the roman numeral but I guess not, I like how I guessed half the countries in South America for the beauty pageant one but didn't feel like guessing Venezuela. And I read the tallest building question as "country" so I was confused why UAE wasn't working I was like "did they build a taller one somewhre else??"
Level 73
Jan 15, 2022
venezuelan girls,,yeah
Level 84
Feb 15, 2022
Does anyone know why every general knowledge quiz is being reset right now?
Level 77
Feb 16, 2022
The questions get re-worked from time to time by QM, some questions are retired and replaced by new ones.
Level 68
Feb 16, 2022
Mark Zuckerberg's name is misspelled
Level 70
Mar 21, 2022
The classic burg/berg conundrum
Level 77
Feb 16, 2022
Australia has followed the British in most spelling and vocabulary choices but not for courgettes, they are definitely called zucchini here.
Level 43
May 9, 2022
zuckerburg er
Level 45
Jun 5, 2022
Marc Zuckerberg's name is still misspelled
Level 38
Jul 26, 2022
Pitcher plants are carnivorous. They don't just eat insects.
Level 58
Dec 8, 2022
Quite a nitpick but: “when IT’S green” not “when ITS green”