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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – The world’s longest international border separates which two countries?

2 – Be careful:  A current phone scam in Sarnia-Lambton involves a pre-recorded voice telling the listener he/she owes money for what?

3 – The biggest draw in Metropolis, Illinois is the 15-foot bronze statue of what figure?

4 – A local 14-year-old named Eric McDonald excels at what sport?

5 – The singer Rihanna was born in what island country?

Barbados        Cuba           Jamaica

6 – Which road in Sarnia was rated as the worst road in Southwestern Ontario this year?

7 – Counting the crew, how many castaways were marooned on TV’s Gilligan’s Island?

8 – Which artery carries blood from the right ventricle to the lungs?

9 – What product was the result of a failed attempt in 1957 by two engineers to invent a washable, textured plastic wallpaper?

10 – What popular 1920s dance was named for a city in South Carolina?

– Tom St. Amand (column # 151)

ANSWERS: 1 – Canada and the U.S.; 2 – Back taxes to Revenue Canada; 3 – Superman; 4 – Lacrosse; 5 – Barbados; 6 – Plank Road; 7 – Seven; 8 – The pulmonary artery; 9 – Bubble Wrap’ 10 – Charleston











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