Which state has the highest percentage of people who walk to work?
The Glock gun is a noted export of what country?
For his part in which 1953 film did Frank Sinatra receive a Best Supporting Actor Oscar?
Upset by FAA regulations, in 1993 William Walts and George Richardson started an airline for passengers who could do what?
The Wichita Mountains continue much further west than we can see. They continue underground until they reach what location?
How many tentacles does a squid have?
Which children's classic book was written by Anna Sewell?
How many Oscars did Alfred Hitchcock win?
When was Elvis' first ever concert?
What theme park opened to the public 59 years ago today?
In a rare tie, veteran Katharine Hepburn had to share one of her Oscars with which actress?
Which comic book hero was the first to spawn a television series?
In what movie did Christopher Lloyd play Judge Doom?
If Barbie was 5'9" tall, what would the Mattel doll's weight be?
Quanah, Texas is named after Indian Chief Quanah Parker. Quanah was Chief of which tribe of Native Americans?
The Cherokee Rose is the state flower of:
Her real given names are Mary Elizabeth, and she was born on Christmas Day in Quitman, Texas. Who is she?
Which president first held a Fourth of July celebration at the White House?
When were fireworks first used in an official Fourth of July celebration?
The Burj Khalifa is the world's tallest building. How tall is it?
In what year did Congress recognize the Pledge of Allegiance?
Which Greek goddess's name means "mother earth"?
The sackbut was an early brass instrument that evolved into this modern musical instrument.
Sufferin' succotash! What usually goes into succotash?
How many tornadoes have been reported so far in the year 2014?
Who was the first president to visit a foreign country while president?
Who is The Birds star Tippi Hedron's daughter?
Which artist presented Ray Charles into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum on January 23, 1986?
In 1976, who scored a record 10 points in a single NHL game?
The first important wagon road through this county was blazed by General Earl Van Dorn in September 1858. What county was the road in?
Which talk-show host was once the mayor of Cincinnati?
When Superman first appeared on the scene back in the 1930s, which of these things could he not do?
What was the name of the cab company on "Taxi"?
The ghost town of Clara, Texas, formerly located in Wichita Country, was named after who or what?
How many stars are in the Paramount logo?
A 1907 ad campaign encouraged women to wink at their grocer to get a free what?
Lieutenant Colonel Robert G. Cole of San Antonio was the first to do what on D-Day?
It is estimated that about 7 million of these are thrown away every day. What are they?
In what county, bordering the Red River, was the now ghost town of Bridgetown built back in the 1920s?
What is the oldest hamburger chain restaurant in the United States?
How long was the first Skee-Ball lane?
May 30th is Hug Your _____ Day.
Abraham Lincoln and Lyndon B. Johnson tie as the tallest U.S. President at 6 ft 4 in. Who is the shortest?
In Archer County, beginning in 1923, a town once stood with 22 businesses and was operated by a person with a nickname that was used to name the town. What is the ghost town's name?
It's not widely publicized, but Mr. Clean has a first name. What is it?
What was the first American hockey team to win the Stanley Cup in 1917?
According to the Texas Historical Commission, the town of Holliday, TX, is named after what?
Which actor was the 1972 cover model on the packaging of Clairol's Summer Blonde hair lightener?
What did Ferruccio Lamborghini make before going into the sports car business?
What is the first US movie to receive a PG-13 rating?