The surprising thing was that Oregon was on the list for so long. Not really Monday Trivia but rot13‘d just in case.
How hard could it be?
You do the ranking this time!
Fifty U.S. cities. Presented in several unmarked brackets. I think this week’s puzzle is pretty easy, personally, but I rather like it notwithstanding.
Be the first to guess why some, but not all, of the states (and Puerto Rico) are listed in this order!
Ten actors, in a particular order. Who’s eleventh?
More multinational trivia this week, including a complete (ish) table. Whether it’s better to be on top or on bottom of this list is to some extent a matter of opinion.
Only five nations, including one that no longer exists, are on this week’s list.
A dramatic comparison between objective and per-capita listings for this weeks’ puzzle.
These nations are arranged in a certain order: South Korea, Turkey, Chile, Mexico, Portugal, Japan, Italy, Spain, Austria, Luxembourg, Germany, Finland, Switzerland, Australia, France, Slovenia, Greece, Belgium, Ireland, Israel, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Canada, Iceland, Sweden, United States, Poland, Norway, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Slovak Republic
Close to home and far away, this week’s subject is uncommon indeed.
The Doc may think he has an advantage this week. But nothing’s stopping you from snaking a win from him!
It’s movies this week!
It’s USA cities this week — what do these cities have in common?
(Kazzy here, trying my hand at Trivia, which Burt and Will were so graceful to let me do. Apologies in advance if I somehow goof this, but I’m pretty sure I got it right.) From most to least: New York, California, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Quebec, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, Ontario, Texas, Florida, Maryland, Minnesota, Ohio, Alberta, Wisconsin,…
31 states have it, 19 do not. What is it?