New Trivia Questions from “Page-A-Day” 11/24

This week’s questions:

  1. How many feathers does the average adult turkey have?
  2. What Hollywood performer-director, as an eight-year-old, provided the voice of Pugsley Addams, the son in The Addams Family animated TV cartoon series in 1973?
  3. A cryptogram is something written in code or cipher. What is a cryptogam?
  4. Where is First Street on the list of the most common street names in the United States?
  5. For the 2002 rerelease of ET: The Extra-Terrestrial, what was changed digitally about the federal agents who try to spot bike-riding youngsters from fleeing with the ailing alien?

 

This week’s answers:

  1. About 3,500.
  2. Jodie Foster. The series lasted 16 episodes.
  3. It’s a plant or plantlike organism such as a fern, fungus, moss or alga, which reproduces by means of spores rather then seeds.
  4. In third place, after Second and Third Streets and followed by Fourth, Park, Fifth, Main, Sixth, Oak and Seventh.
  5. The guns carried by the agents in the original 1982 film were replaced with walkie-talkies.

Source: Workman Publishing/”Page-A-Day”

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