Today’s Trivia





Welcome to Daily Trivia. There is a game to play here. The photo above relates to one of the items below. The first reader to correctly tell us in the comments what item the photo belongs to, and why, gets bragging rights. Sometimes they are obvious, other times the obvious answer is the decoy. Can you figure it out tonight?


The first children’s show to tackle HIV/AIDS was ‘Captain Planet’ – the kid with HIV was voiced by my boy, NPH. (source)


Gustl Mollath was locked up 7 yrs ago in a psychiatric institute for crazy ideas about a bank committing fraud. Now documents have been uncovered suggesting he may have been right all along. (source)


In your house was destroyed in Hurricane Ike you might still have been charged late fees for not returning your DVD’s promptly. (source)


There have been no new indoor shopping malls built in the US since 2006. (source)


Costco is one of the largest pizza chains in the US. (source)


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  • Cowgirl

    Sarah Connor, is locked up in a psychiatric institutions for her crazy ideas about machines and Skynet in Terminator 2. Link to item 2?

    • Tiberius

      Damn, you beat me by a few seconds.

    • James Howlett

      Correct! And she also turned out to be right :)

  • Tiberius

    Sarah Connor (Terminator 2) was locked up in Pysch Hospital, turns out she was right about the terminators. Item 2

  • bristol

    Apart from his role in Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Robert Patrick was also part of the voice cast in Captain Planet.

  • knight

    Robert Patrick and Neil Patrick Harris …. maybe the name Patrick is the link. Link to 1

  • Michael

    Robert Patrick and Arnold Schwarzenegger face off for the first time in Terminator 2 in a shopping mall. Link to 4.

    As an aside, I watched that movie in the theatre when rather wasted and it was during the hardliner coup against Gorbachev. Not recommended when it looks like the Cold War is back on again – the scene in which Los Angeles was wiped out by nukes freaked me out…