Question: In one episode of this surreal sketch comedy TV show, a simple slide of a tree is shown with the narration “And now, number one, the Larch” as a non-sequitur-segue repeatedly between bits.
Question: What sort of figure in Norse mythology is Yggdrasil?
Question: Classic X-Men villain Sebastian Shaw is played by what actor in the 2011 film “X-Men: First Class”?
Question: What fanciful 2011 action flick culminates with its own re-imagining of the Cuban Missile Crisis?
Question: Just after Kennedy was elected, the Cold War came closest to turning into nuclear war during what 13-day event?
Question: This airport, the busiest international air passenger gateway into North America, was commonly known as “Idlewild Airport” until 1963.
Question: In the 2004 film The Terminal, what happens to Tom Hank’s character?
Question: What does VOIP stand for?
Question: TRUE OR FALSE: We say “phony” to mean “fake” because of the poor audio fidelity of early telephones; a person’s voice over the phone was a “phony” version of how they usually sound.
Question: Over 500 of these are featured in the construction of the world’s most expensive phone, an iPhone 4 that had a production of only 2 copies.