Jonathan's General Knowledge #1

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Last updated: February 23, 2015
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What is the name of the beloved cat owned by Robert De Niro's character in Meet The Parents?
Mr Jinx
2
What is the largest alpine lake in Europe?
Lake Geneva
3
The Klondike Gold Rush took place in Alaska and which Canadian province?
Yukon
4
What is the only Shakespeare play with a title that starts and finishes with the same word?
Measure For Measure
5
What nationality were Roald Dahl's parents?
Norwegian
6
Which British band, that reformed in 2011, are led by Ian Brown?
The Stone Roses
7
Aintree, known for its world famous racecourse, is a suburb of which English city?
Liverpool
8
Olympia is the capital of which American state?
Washington
9
Alex Cross is a series of novels by which author?
James Patterson
10
Matthew McConaughey won an Oscar in 2014 for his part in which movie?
Dallas Buyers Club
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Who became the all time top scorer in the FIFA World Cup when he scored in 2014?
Miroslav Klose
12
Christmas Island is an Indian Ocean territory of which country?
Australia
13
Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite! is a 1967 song by which band?
The Beatles
14
What is the derivative of x^2 (x squared)?
2x
15
Which blues musician was wrongly presumed dead in Hurricane Katrina?
Fats Domino
16
In which city can you find the oldest university in the UK?
Oxford
17
Which country won the 2011 Cricket World Cup?
India
18
In Greek mythology, who is the God of war?
Ares
19
What is the name for a group of whales?
Pod
20
What is the largest city in Tibet?
Lhasa
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Level 78
Jan 15, 2015
Canada has provinces, not states.
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Level 66
Apr 27, 2015
But Yukon is a Canadian territory, not a province...
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Level 59
Mar 19, 2021
Also "Hamlet" starts and finishes with the same word...