1. What does DC stand for in Washington, DC? (Bonus points for naming which US states border Washington, DC.)
District of Columbia. (Bonus points: Virginia and Maryland.)
2. The phrase “Neither a borrower nor a lender be” features in which Shakespeare play?
3. Who was Time
magazine’s Person of the Year in 1952?
4. Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo won the recent Belgian Grand Prix, but which two Mercedes drivers were involved in a collision?
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
5. What is the name of the Mad Max
film 2015 sequel?
6. Angkor Wat is an ancient temple complex in which country?
7. In which year did the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbour?
8. Who is the patron saint of Scotland?
9. Edward Rochester is the male protagonist of which classic novel?
10. Which subatomic particle has the smallest mass: proton, neutron or electron?
This article was first published in the print edition of The Saturday Paper on
Sep 6, 2014 as "What is the name of the Mad Max film 2015 sequel?".