New Trivia Questions from “Page-A-Day” 5/31

This week’s questions:

  1. In golf, what is an albatross? How about a condor?
  2. When it comes to Internet and texting shorthand, what is the meaning of WRUD?
  3. How much did a pack of 20 Camel cigarettes cost in 1913 when the smoke was first marketed by the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company?
  4. When did devout Mormon Nathaniel Baldwin invent in 1910 after he had difficulty hearing the sermons delivered at the sprawling Salt Lake Tabernacle?
  5. What catchphrase associated with an action film star had been popularized earlier by singer Jody Watley in a No. 1 hit single?

This week’s answers:

  1. An albatross, which is also known as a double eagle, is three under par. A condor, also known as a triple eagle or double albatross, is four under par.
  2. What are you doing?”
  3. Ten cents.
  4. The world’s first headphones.
  5. “Hasta la vista, baby.”

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

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