Friday Trivia

March 4, 2019

Helping a Senior Handle Financial Decisions After Losing a Spouse

The loss of a spouse causes a huge upheaval to a senior’s life. Whether expected or not, the surviving spouse is often left with immense feelings […]
February 21, 2019

Paul Bearer

Photo Credit – REUTERS/ WWE (middle) Photo added by Bob Hufford (bottom) Professional Wrestling/Entertainment Manager. Born William Alvin Moody, he will most likely be remembered by his ring […]
February 15, 2019

The Mexican Hairless

By Kristin Romey NationalGeographic.com PUBLISHED November 22, 2017  https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/11/hairless-dog-mexico-xolo-xoloitzcuintli-Aztec/ This Hairless Mexican Dog Has a Storied, Ancient Past With a history going back more than 3,500 […]
February 8, 2019

Death by Chocolate

Death by Chocolate From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The trademark for “Death by Chocolate” in the United States is owned by Bennigan’s IP LLC restaurants.[7] The […]
February 1, 2019

Funeral Potatoes

Mormon Funeral Potatoes Reprinted from Nourishing Death by Sarah Chavez Originally posted on February 11, 2014 (illustration by artist Johanna Bailey) Potatoes combined with the dairy section of […]
January 25, 2019

Corpse Flower

Answer:  All refer to names of current titan arum (corpse flower) blooms in cultivation. (Photo Credit: Michael Hutchinson/naturepl.com) Corpse Flower: Facts About the Smelly Plant By Alina […]
January 18, 2019

George the Snail

A Hawaiian Snail Named George, Believed to Be the Last of His Species, Has Died His death highlights a larger concern: Scientists estimate that 90 percent […]
January 10, 2019

What is a Widowmaker?

A.   In forestry, the term widowmaker describes a detached or broken limb or tree top and denotes the hazards that such features cause, being responsible for […]
January 3, 2019

3 States Celebrating Statehood This Week

December 28, 2018

Around what time was it believed that the first “ritual” funeral of a human was performed? 

According to several sources, around what time was it believed that the first “ritual” funeral of a human was performed?  When? A) 5000 B.C. B) 60,00 B.C. […]
February 21, 2019

Paul Bearer

Photo Credit – REUTERS/ WWE (middle) Photo added by Bob Hufford (bottom) Professional Wrestling/Entertainment Manager. Born William Alvin Moody, he will most likely be remembered by his ring […]
February 15, 2019

The Mexican Hairless

By Kristin Romey NationalGeographic.com PUBLISHED November 22, 2017  https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/11/hairless-dog-mexico-xolo-xoloitzcuintli-Aztec/ This Hairless Mexican Dog Has a Storied, Ancient Past With a history going back more than 3,500 […]
February 8, 2019

Death by Chocolate

Death by Chocolate From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The trademark for “Death by Chocolate” in the United States is owned by Bennigan’s IP LLC restaurants.[7] The […]
February 1, 2019

Funeral Potatoes

Mormon Funeral Potatoes Reprinted from Nourishing Death by Sarah Chavez Originally posted on February 11, 2014 (illustration by artist Johanna Bailey) Potatoes combined with the dairy section of […]
January 25, 2019

Corpse Flower

Answer:  All refer to names of current titan arum (corpse flower) blooms in cultivation. (Photo Credit: Michael Hutchinson/naturepl.com) Corpse Flower: Facts About the Smelly Plant By Alina […]
January 18, 2019

George the Snail

A Hawaiian Snail Named George, Believed to Be the Last of His Species, Has Died His death highlights a larger concern: Scientists estimate that 90 percent […]
January 10, 2019

What is a Widowmaker?

A.   In forestry, the term widowmaker describes a detached or broken limb or tree top and denotes the hazards that such features cause, being responsible for […]
January 3, 2019

3 States Celebrating Statehood This Week

December 28, 2018

Around what time was it believed that the first “ritual” funeral of a human was performed? 

According to several sources, around what time was it believed that the first “ritual” funeral of a human was performed?  When? A) 5000 B.C. B) 60,00 B.C. […]
December 13, 2018

How did the ceremonial practice of flying the U.S. flag at half-staff come about? 

“The earliest record we have of the lowering of a flag to signify a death was an occasion in 1612, when the Master of the ‘Hearts Ease’, William […]