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So, I took the Jeopardy Online test on Tuesday. As usual it was seriously hard. And once again I was able to tape it and get the questions. I was unable to make out a couple of words from my video, but I got about 99% of what was there. And if you're interested in seeing how you would have done, check under the cut. Comments will be screened, don't use google or anything, and you get 15 seconds for each question when you take it, so try to keep to that limit.

1. World Authors Books by this Algerian-Born Nobel Prize Winner include “The Fall”, “The Rebel”, & “The Stranger”.

2. Sci-Fi Movies The 2009 film “District 9” dealt with the plight of extraterrestrial refugees in this country.

3. How’s The Weather? Condition characterized by winds above 32 mph & heavy snow.

4. Strait Ahead 20 miles long & 3-10 miles wide, the strait of this separates Italy from Sicily.

5. It Was All Yellow This flower of genus Taraxacum has leaves that are used in salads & roots that are made into a coffee-like drink.

6. Latin American History In 1851 Panama broke away from Spain & became a province of this South American Country.

7. Memoirs “Decision Points” is a 2010 nonfiction bestseller by this famous American.

8. Games One of the world’s oldest games, it’s also known as draughts.

9. Classical Classics This expressionist composer changed modern music with works like “La Mer” & “Clair de Lune”.

10. Religion You’ll find this Iranian religion named for its founder in the last few pages of your dictionary.

11. Word Up Appropriately, this word comes from Greek words meaning “Sharp” and “Dull”.

12. Canadian Geography Regina is the capital of this province.

13. Musicians’ Nicknames Better known nickname of jazz bandleader Ferdinand Joseph Morton.

14. Modern Novelists He’s the creator of the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency.

15. British Royalty Born in Hanover, the first kind of this name was also the first king from the house of Hanover.

16. The Nobel Prizes It’s the newest of the 6 Nobel Prize categories, having benn first awarded in 1969.

17. Saints First & Last name of the philosopher who wrote “Summa Theologica”. It helps if you know he was born near Aquino.

18. Politics On Jan 9, 2011, Nancy Pelosi relinquished this symbolic object to John Boehner.

19. Beastly Expressions In other words, “A deluge of tabbies & telomians”.

20. Literary Terms It’s the terms for a stanza or poem containing 4 lines.

21. Conquerors This Mongol conqueror born in 1163 was said to be descended from a gray wolf.

22. Foreign Food Terms If you’re being served pommes frites in Paris, you’re about to enjoy this alliterative food.

23. Literature The big 3 founders of ancient Greek tragedy are Aeschylus, Euripides, and him.

24. Computer Terminology A D-O-S attack, short “Denial of” this, floods a network with requests, denying access to others.

25. The British Isles In the 17th Cen., Lady Godiva famously rode naked through this central English city.

26. So Very Animated Nancy Cartwright is over 40 years older than this animated boy that she voices.

27. Poets This author created the ancient mariner.

28. The Final Frontier This 12-ton object rode inside the space shuttle Discovery until released April 24, 1990.

29. Fast Food The name of this restaurant means “crazy chicken” in Spanish.

30. Eras The Luddites were fighting against this “Revolution” that about 1769 in England.

31. The New Testament In a parable, this son is the young man who wastes his fortune but comes back home & repents.

32. Legendary Rhyme Time Bunyan’s Southern accents.

33. Americana The Statue of Liberty a poem by a poem by this woman.

34. Lord of the Dance He choreographed the films “Sweet Charity”, “Cabaret” & of course, “All That Jazz”.

35. 20th Century Novels Stephen Dedalus & Leopold & Molly Bloom are the main characters of this James Joyce work.

36. Eye on Asia This kingdom of Asia borders Laos, Burma, & Cambodia.

37. The Olympics Before the first Winter Olympics in 1924, this sport was played in the Summer Games. Canada won gold in 1920.

38. Awards The Order of Leopold is the oldest & highest honor given by this country.

39. It’s An Animal, Sucker Gastropods like snails, bivalves like clams & cephalopods like squid are all part of this phylum.

40. Ancient Places Kathleen Kenyon excavated this town, trying to find out when the Israelites destroyed its walls.

41. That’s So Cliché To depart in defeat is to leave “With your tail” here.

42. U.S. Lakes & Rivers The Williamette River of Oregon flows northward for about 100 miles before emptying into this river.

43. Ad Men Baltimore’s Ray Lewis appears atop a giant raven in humorous ads for this cologne.

44. U.S. History In the 1830s, the Creek, Chickasaw, Seminole, Choctaw Indians were forcibly moved to this state.

45. Animals in Literature Hazel & Fiver are 2 of the fluffy rabbits in this 1972 Richard Adams novel.

46. Art Attack Created by Braque & Picasso, this influential art movement of the early 20th Century had an analytic & a synthetic period.

47. Chemistry For the effect it produces, Nitrous Oxide is also called this.

48. Actresses She’s the only Swedish-born actress to win 3 Oscars.

49. Female Authors “A Room of One’s Own” is a feminist classic from this Brit.

50. “M” Words Meaning to put someone into a trance, it comes from the name of a 19th century physician.

I got 37/50. Which, from what I've heard, is good enough to pass. :D
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