TRIVIAL Waste of Time

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  1. What US state is bordered by Colorado, Nebraska, Missouri, and Oklahoma?
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  2. In what US state would you find the Erie Canal?
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  3. This Great Lake is the largest body of fresh water in the world.
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  4. In what city is the US Naval Academy located?
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  5. In what US state is the Walden Pond made famous by Thoreau?
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  6. In what US state is Mt. Washington located?
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  7. What US National Park contains Yavapai Point?
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  8. On what US city is the game of Monopoly based?
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  9. On what island is the volcano Diamond Head located?
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  10. In what state could you find the world's largest system of caves?
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  11. What US river carries the most cargo?
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  12. What US military academy is located in Colorado Springs, CO?
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  13. What is the second largest city in South Dakota?
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  14. Where is the ocean liner Queen Mary docked?
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  15. In what city is the University of Notre Dame located?
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  16. What is the largest mountain range that lies between the Appalachians and the Rockies?
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  17. What Ohio city was once noted for it's large concentration of rubber companies?
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  18. Where is the Mayo Clinic located?
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  19. Name the cities where the (1) University of Georgia and (2) Georgia Tech are located?
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  20. In what mountain range are Yosemite, King's Canyon, and Sequoia National Parks located?
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  21. What midwestern city was originally known as Fort Dearborn?
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  22. Where are the Aviation Hall of Fame and the US Air Force Museum located?
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  23. What is the Motor City?
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  24. What National Park's main feature is it's dead trees?
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  25. What is the Crescent City?
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  26. What is the Glass Capitol of the World?
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  27. Name the cities where the (1) Indianna University and (2) Purdue University are located?
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  28. Where would you find Fisherman's Warf, the Cow Palace, and Candlestick Park?
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  29. Name the five Great lakes?
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  30. Name the deepest lake in the US?
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  31. What did Zebulion Pike discover?
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  32. What is the most heavily visited national park?
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  33. What city is nicknamed "beantown"?
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  34. What is the southernmost city in the continental US?
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  35. What lake has no outlets and is saltier than any ocean?
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  36. What trail follows the mountain crests from Maine to Georgia?
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  37. What New England mountain has the highest recorded wind velocity?
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  38. What is the Capitol of Kansas?
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  39. Which state is farther west: California, Alaska, or Hawaii?
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  40. What is the capitol of Kentucky?
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  41. What is the western counterpart of the Appalachian Trail?
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  42. What city is known as the 'Athens of the South'?
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  43. What is the southernmost US state?
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  44. Where is Johns Hopkins University located?
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  45. What is Vermont's official nickname?
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  46. Name the largest and the smallest states.
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  47. How many states are named for Presidents?
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  48. What midwestern city was founded by Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac?
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  49. What is the northernmost city in the US?
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  50. What three major rivers begin in Wyoming along the Continental Divide?
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  51. In what city would you find Buckingham Fountain, the Wrigley Building, and the Old Water Tower?
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  52. What state has the longest coastline?
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  53. What is the Hoosier State?
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  54. In what city are Boot Hill and the O.K. Corral?
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  55. In what city would you find Cobo Hall, the Rennaisance Center, and the Ambassador Bridge?
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  56. In what city would you find Battery Park, the Jacob Javitz Convention Center, and the Crysler Building?
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  57. In what state is Fort Knox located?
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  58. What state calls itself the 'Land of Lincoln'?
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  59. In what state is Denali National Park, home to Mt McKinley, located?
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  60. In what state is the resort of Myrtle Beach located?
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  61. What state has the second longest coastline?
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  62. What is the capitol of South Dakota?
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  63. Where is the largest Chinatown in the US?
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  64. What state is known as 'The Land of 10,000 Lakes'?
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  65. What's the 'Windy City'?
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  66. What is the capitol of Missouri?
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  67. What body of water does the Colorado River empty into?
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  68. What is the smallest of the Great Lakes?
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  69. In what state would you find Gatlinburg, the 'Gateway to the Smokies'?
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  70. What is the capitol of Nevada?
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  71. What city had the first zoo in the US?
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  72. What California Island is known as 'The Rock'?
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  73. In what state is Cape Hatteras?
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  74. How many states border on the Pacific Ocean?
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  75. What body of water does the Rio Grande flow into?
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  76. What is the capotol of Oregon?
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  77. What body of water separates Maryland's eastern and western shores?
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  78. What is the 'Beaver State'?
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  79. In what city would you find The Loop, Grant Park, and McCormic Place?
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  80. Whose state flower is Sagebrush?
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  81. What is the highest mountain in California?
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  82. What is the 'Garden State'?
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  83. What is the highest mountain in Oregon
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  84. What is the only New England state with no coastline?
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  85. In what state is Carlsbad Caverns National Park?
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  86. Parts of the coast of only one of the continuous 48 states are protected by coral reefs. Which one is it?
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  87. In what state would you find lake Itasca, source of the Mississippi River?
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  88. What is the most populous US city on the great lakes?
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  89. Name two of the three major rivers which begin in the state of Colorado.
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  90. The name for this region, which lies between the appalachians and the Atlantic Coastal Plain, means literally, "foot hill".
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  91. Tongass National Forest is the largest in the US. In what state is it located?
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  92. Name the plateau region that stretches across Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.
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  93. In what state is the Greater Cincinnati Airport located?
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  94. What river is the primary source of hydroelectric power in the Pacific Northwest?
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  95. Name the US state that borders the most canadian provinces.
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  96. What city's downtown is called 'the Loop' because of the circle made by its elevated trains?
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  97. In what state was the Civil War of Shiloh fought?
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  98. Name the region in South Dakota where erosion has carved the landscape into narrow ravines and sharp pinnacles.
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  99. What US river is known for the Bayou regions near its delta?
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  100. What city is the oldest permanent European settlement in the US?
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