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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – Venison is the name given to the meat of what animal?

2 – For his military service in the Second World War, 99-year-old Sarnia-born James Fisher recently received what country’s highest honour?

3 – A “nappy” is the British equivalent of what North American word?

4 – Invented in 1965 as a backyard activity and named after a family dog, what racquet sport has become very popular among Sarnians?

5 – “Poker Face,” “Just Dance” and “Bad Romance” are all hit singles by what singer?

6 – “The Last Frontier” is the nickname of what American state?

7 – What nickname for a Harley-Davidson motorcycle is also the three-letter stock symbol for the company?

8 – What city hosted the 2008 Summer Olympics?

9 – Seventy-five percent of the national flags in the world contain what colour?

10 – Tony Manero, Danny Zuko, and Vincent Vega are film characters played by what American actor?

– Tom St. Amand (column #171)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Deer; 2 – France (National Order of the Legion of Honour); 3 – Diaper; 4 – Pickleball; 5 – Lady Gaga; 6 – Alaska; 7 – Hog; 8 – Beijing’ 9 – Red; 10 – John Travolta.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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