1 The national headquarters of the Guide Dogs for the Blind is located where in Marin County?
2 Abe Lincoln said, “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you” … what …?
3a. The leading Tour de France bicyclist, the one with the lowest overall time, rides with a jersey of what color?
3b. This year’s Tour began in what capital city whose name begins with C, more than 700 miles from Paris?
4 The six strongest earthquakes in the U.S. all occurred in what state?
5 Each of these tennis tournaments is played on a different kind of surface (grass, clay, etc.). Identify each one:
a. Wimbledon b. U.S. Open c. French Open
6 The Gobi Desert stretches primarily through what two countries?
7a. What 33-year-old man wrote the original draft of America’s historic Declaration of Independence?
7b. In what city was this document signed?
8 What German automotive engineer, who worked on the original Volkswagen Beetle, later established a line of very expensive cars that he named after himself, and still exists today?
9 Give the titles of these biographical movies about the lives of these musical super performers:
a. Queen, 2018
b. Elton John, 2019
c. Elvis Presley, 2022
10 Try to name four four-letter words that start with “F,” have only one vowel and contain a double consonant.
BONUS QUESTION: Walt Disney once said, “I loved ______ more than any woman I’ve ever known.” Fill in the blank with a name.
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1 In San Rafael, Terra Linda
2 “… can not fool all of the people all of the time.”
3 Yellow/Copenhagen, Denmark
5a. Grass 5b. Acrylic hard court 5c. Clay
6 China and Mongolia
7a. Thomas Jefferson
8 Dr. Ferdinand Porsche
9a. Bohemian Rhapsody 5b. Rocketman 5c. Elvis
10 Fall, fess, full, fuss… (others?)