Which calendar has six months with 31 days, the next five months with 30 days and the last month 29 days, except for leap years when the last month has 30 days?
Our last trivia question (UBCF for those loyal readers) asked you to tell us the longest English word that can be made typing on a single row of the standard typewriter keyboard?
Why, typewriter, of course!
“From the moment I picked your book up until I laid it down I was convulsed with laughter. Some day I intend reading it.”
What is the longest word in the English language that can be made using the letters on only a single row of the standard English alphabet keyboard?
Venus – the only planet in our solar system that rotates clockwise – is the answer to last Monday’s astronomical question. For you real trivia buffs, the answer to our extra credit question is Triton – the only one moon in our solar system that rotates opposite to that of its corresponding planet, Neptune!
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
Can you identify the only planet in our solar system that rotates clockwise? For extra credit, name the only moon (and it’s corresponding planet) in our solar system that rotates in a direction opposite to rotation of the planet it orbits?
Our last question asked you to identify the name of a city that can be found on every continent. Well technically the answer is none, since the continent of Antarctica has no cities. But if you exclude the domain of Earth’s penguins, Roma is the correct answer: Europe: Roma, Italy; North America: Roma, Texas; South America: Roma, Ecuador; Australia: Roma, Queensland; Asia: Roma, an island in Indonesia (really?); Africa: Roma, Lesotho. Roma is also a city in Sweden and Romania.
“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.”
Can you identify the name of a city that can be found on every continent in the world?