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    Bamboo [facilitator]
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    Re: Trivia!

    Fri Jan 22, 2021 4:29 pm

    Happy Friday everyone! :) Here are your trivia answers from [mention]HelpfulBee[/mention] . Did you know some of the answers? New lot of questions up tomorrow :)

    1. In which city would you find the Mona Lisa? Paris

    2. In which city would you find a leaning tower? Pisa

    3. In which city would you find the big clock at the end of the Palace of Westminster? London

    4. In which city would you find the Acroplis? Athens

    5. In which country would you find the Angkor? Cambodia

    6. In which Australian city would you find the landmark known as ‘the Coat Hander’? Sydney

    7. In which country would you find the Forbidden City? China

    8. In which country would you find the Taj Mahal? India

    9. In which city would you find the Great Pyramid of Giza? Cairo

    10. In which city would you find the Sagrada Familia? Barcelona
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    tacocat
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    Re: Trivia!

    Sat Jan 23, 2021 5:14 pm

    Howdy ya'll!

    This week's trivia topic is... coffee!

    1) 40% of the world’s coffee is produced by which country?

    2) Which country consumes the most coffee per capita?

    3) Does a light roast or a dark roast contain more caffeine?

    4) Coffee was first discovered in which country?

    5) What are the two major varietals of coffee?

    6) How many espresso beans are required to make a single shot of coffee?

    7) Which American city is considered the home of Starbucks?

    8) Is decaf coffee caffeine-free?

    9) Adding cream to coffee helps keep it warm. True or false?

    10) What is the average age of a barista in Italy?
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    Bamboo [facilitator]
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    Re: Trivia!

    Wed Jan 27, 2021 3:20 pm

    oohh good questions! Any coffee lovers or coffee snobs here? :D
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    HelpfulBee
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    Re: Trivia!

    Thu Jan 28, 2021 2:38 pm

    Thanks for the trivia [mention]tacocat[/mention] ! :P

    1) 40% of the world’s coffee is produced by which country? Brazil

    2) Which country consumes the most coffee per capita? Italy

    3) Does a light roast or a dark roast contain more caffeine? They're the same!

    4) Coffee was first discovered in which country? Peru? :?:

    5) What are the two major varietals of coffee? Arabica and Robusta

    6) How many espresso beans are required to make a single shot of coffee? 50? :?:

    7) Which American city is considered the home of Starbucks? Seattle?

    8) Is decaf coffee caffeine-free? Nearly! It might have tincy bit?

    9) Adding cream to coffee helps keep it warm. True or false? False

    10) What is the average age of a barista in Italy? 42?


    Great questions [mention]tacocat[/mention] ! Some them stumped me! Can't wait to see how many I got right! :)
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    Bamboo [facilitator]
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    Re: Trivia!

    Fri Jan 29, 2021 4:55 pm

    Hi everyone here are the answers to [mention]tacocat[/mention] 's Coffee Trivia! How did you go? New questions up tomorrow :)

    Q1. 40% of the world’s coffee is produced by which country?
    Answer: Brazil

    Q2. Which country consumes the most coffee per capita?
    Answer: Finland

    Q3. Does a light roast or a dark roast contain more caffeine?
    Answer: Light

    Q4: Coffee was first discovered in which country?
    Answer: Ethiopia

    Q5: What are the two major varietals of coffee?
    Answer: Arabica and Robusta

    Q6: How many espresso beans are required to make a single shot of coffee?
    Answer: 42

    Q7: Which American city is considered the home of Starbucks?
    Answer: Seattle

    Q8: Is decaf coffee caffeine-free?
    Answer: No. It contains much lower levels of caffeine, but is not caffeine-free.

    Q9: Adding cream to coffee helps keep it warm. True or false?
    Answer: True. Coffee stays warmer about 20% longer with the addition of cream.

    Q10: What is the average age of a barista in Italy?
    Answer: 48
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    camembert
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    Re: Trivia!

    Sat Jan 30, 2021 10:28 am

    Hey everyone and Happy Saturday.
    Time for some more trivia.
    Today's theme: SPORTS!

    1. Which country hosted the first Olympics?
    2. What are the four tennis Grand Slams?
    3. Which country has won the most World Cups?
    4. Where are the Olympics being held this year?
    5. What is the name of the Netflix Michael Jordan documentary?
    6. What year was the first summer Olympiad televised live?
    7. The US open tennis tournament is held in New York City, but what is the name of the venue?
    8. There are four strokes in competitive swimming, breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly and which other?
    9. In basketball where do the Celtics come from?
    10. How many kilometres is a marathon?
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    HelpfulBee
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    Re: Trivia!

    Sat Jan 30, 2021 9:33 pm

    1. Which country hosted the first Olympics? Greece
    2. What are the four tennis Grand Slams? Wimbeldon... Australia.. Us...
    3. Which country has won the most World Cups? Brazil
    4. Where are the Olympics being held this year? Japan
    5. What is the name of the Netflix Michael Jordan documentary?
    6. What year was the first summer Olympiad televised live? 1968
    7. The US open tennis tournament is held in New York City, but what is the name of the venue? I'm not sure!
    8. There are four strokes in competitive swimming, breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly and which other? Freestyle
    9. In basketball where do the Celtics come from? Cleveland?
    10. How many kilometres is a marathon? 52?

    I don't think I got many right!
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    Bamboo [facilitator]
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    Re: Trivia!

    Fri Feb 05, 2021 4:14 pm

    Happy Friday everyone! Here are the answers to the Sports trivia, how did you go? :) New questions up tomorrow.

    1. Greece

    2. Australian Open, US Open, French Open, Wimbledon

    3. Brazil – five times!

    4. Japan – let’s hope it goes ahead!

    5. The Last Dance

    6. 1960

    7. Flushing Meadow

    8. Freestyle

    9. Boston

    10. 42
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    Bamboo [facilitator]
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    Re: Trivia!

    Mon Feb 08, 2021 3:05 pm

    Hi everyone here are your Trivia questions for the week, all about Inventions. Do you know the answers? :D

    Q1. In 1899 the Eastman company produced the first what?

    Q2. In 1972, who patented the "Pooper Scooper"?

    Q3. In 1951 disposable what were invented?

    Q4. Denis Gabor of Hungary, in 1971, won the Nobel prize for what invention?

    Q5. The Wright brothers made aircraft but what was their other job?

    Q6. Who invented the Linux computer operating system?

    Q7. What did Bartommelo Christofori invent?

    Q8. William Young invented what in 1800?

    Q9. Lexico was a game that was invented in 1932. What was its name changed to?

    Q10. Who invented the disposable coffee filter, and founded a company still bearing her name?
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    Lady Bug
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    Re: Trivia!

    Mon Feb 08, 2021 3:50 pm

    This one is hard :/ Struggled with most questions :lol:

    Q1. In 1899 the Eastman company produced the first what? - Compasses?

    Q2. In 1972, who patented the "Pooper Scooper"? -

    Q3. In 1951 disposable what were invented? - gloves

    Q4. Denis Gabor of Hungary, in 1971, won the Nobel prize for what invention? -

    Q5. The Wright brothers made aircraft but what was their other job? - electricians?

    Q6. Who invented the Linux computer operating system? -

    Q7. What did Bartommelo Christofori invent? -

    Q8. William Young invented what in 1800? -

    Q9. Lexico was a game that was invented in 1932. What was its name changed to? - Scrabble

    Q10. Who invented the disposable coffee filter, and founded a company still bearing her name? -
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    Bamboo [facilitator]
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    Re: Trivia!

    Tue Feb 09, 2021 9:48 am

    haha yep it is @Lady Bug :D Anyone else up for the challenge?
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    HelpfulBee
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    Re: Trivia!

    Thu Feb 11, 2021 3:32 pm

    Q1. In 1899 the Eastman company produced the first what?

    Q2. In 1972, who patented the "Pooper Scooper"?

    Q3. In 1951 disposable what were invented? Camera

    Q4. Denis Gabor of Hungary, in 1971, won the Nobel prize for what invention? :|

    Q5. The Wright brothers made aircraft but what was their other job? Car repairs?

    Q6. Who invented the Linux computer operating system? John Linux Sr? :lol:

    Q7. What did Bartommelo Christofori invent? :?

    Q8. William Young invented what in 1800? Paper :oops:

    Q9. Lexico was a game that was invented in 1932. What was its name changed to? Boggle? :|

    Q10. Who invented the disposable coffee filter, and founded a company still bearing her name? George? :P

    These were haaard! I don't think I got any right! :lol:
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    camembert
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    Re: Trivia!

    Sun Feb 14, 2021 12:31 pm

    Wow @Bamboo [facilitator] you tested us this week.... :lol:
    1 - Kodak?
    3 - cutlery?
    7 - piano?
    9 - scrabble?
    That was tough!
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    tacocat
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    Re: Trivia!

    Thu Feb 18, 2021 4:58 pm

    Holy moly that was hard... My answers are either 'no idea', or a completely random guess.

    Q1. In 1899 the Eastman company produced the first what? - Stapler? That's a wild guess....

    Q2. In 1972, who patented the "Pooper Scooper"? - No idea.

    Q3. In 1951 disposable what were invented? - Gloves... total guess again.

    Q4. Denis Gabor of Hungary, in 1971, won the Nobel prize for what invention? - The electric toothbrush?

    Q5. The Wright brothers made aircraft but what was their other job? No idea

    Q6. Who invented the Linux computer operating system? - Bill Gates?

    Q7. What did Bartommelo Christofori invent? - No idea

    Q8. William Young invented what in 1800? - No idea

    Q9. Lexico was a game that was invented in 1932. What was its name changed to? - Basketball?

    Q10. Who invented the disposable coffee filter, and founded a company still bearing her name? - Hario? That's the brand of my disposable coffee filters.
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    Bamboo [facilitator]
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    Re: Trivia!

    Fri Feb 19, 2021 4:01 pm

    Hi everyone happy Friday! How did you go with the Trivia? The feedback I received is that it was quite hard! :D New questions up tomorrow, have a great weekend!

    Q1. In 1899 the Eastman company produced the first what?
    A: Kodak 1 - hand held roll film camera

    Q2. In 1972, who patented the "Pooper Scooper"?
    A: Henry Doherty

    Q3. In 1951 disposable what were invented?
    A: diapers

    Q4. Denis Gabor of Hungary, in 1971, won the Nobel prize for what invention?
    A: Holograms

    Q5. The Wright brothers made aircraft but what was their other job?
    A: Bicycle manufacturers

    Q6. Who invented the Linux computer operating system?
    A: Linus Torwalds

    Q7. What did Bartommelo Christofori invent?
    A: The Piano

    Q8. William Young invented what in 1800?
    A: Different shoes for the left and right feet

    Q9. Lexico was a game that was invented in 1932. What was its name changed to?
    A: Scrabble

    Q10. Who invented the disposable coffee filter, and founded a company still bearing her name?
    A: Melitta Bentz
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