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O'Brien's Pub Quiz
The longest running pub quiz in the LA area (19+ years). Wednesday nights in Santa Monica at O'Briens on Wilshire at 8 pm. See the website for more info.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 20
Before Crazy Rich Asians, what 2015 movie was the most recent romantic comedy to earn over $100M at the box office? using the classification to identify rom coms.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 20
What national capital city name can be anagrammed to spell the name of a different country?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 20
What US state, admitted as a free state in 1859, had a "whites only" clause in its original state constitution? The state's black exclusion laws were not fully repealed until 1926.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 19
You can talk like a pirate or anyone else you like at trivia tonight at in Santa Monica. Or join us to break your fast! Hosts/quizmasters tonight are *Dea Abruzzo and Andre Chautard*!
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 13
Replying to @knowyouronion
I'll bet you apples to oranges that you are correct.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 13
Replying to @knowyouronion
Now we know that this term existed before YA Tittle to RC Owens in football and before the NBA usurped the phrase. Perhaps the best question of the night.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 13
Replying to @knowyouronion
The Bronx? No thonx. (yes, your answer is correct, but the temptation to quote Ogden Nash is too great).
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 13
His original partner was Peter Chiang. Paul Fleming is the PF in PF Changs. And now they have finally brought Chinese food to China.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 13
Jonas Bronck was a European immigrant to the New World (probably Dutch, but possibly Danish or Swedish—no one’s really sure) who died in 1643. Though he lived in America for just four years, the legacy of Jonas Bronck is widely known today. What is that legacy?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 13
Which Arizona-based casual restaurant chain, co-founded by Paul Fleming with nearly 300 locations and $1.2 billion in revenue in 2017, opened its first location in Shanghai earlier this year?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 13
What two-word English expression (most often heard in basketball nowadays) derives from a cue used by French gymnasts and trapeze artists, roughly translated as “Let’s go”?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 13
Which cartoon characters first introduced in Belgium in 1958 were “three apples high,” according to legend? And which cartoon character, a perpetual third-grader who lives outside of London, is purportedly “five apples high”?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 13
You better believe it will be on like Donkey Kong at O'Bs that evening.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 12
Trivia tonight at in Santa Monica with host and quizmaster *Brian Fodera*! For all we know, the quiz may consist of 30 questions about Taylor Swift and cats.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 11
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 10
I expect that the competition just moves from the Sony lot to O'Bs for redemption and revenge.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 7
Replying to @knowyouronion
Tirana, Albania
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 6
Replying to @knowyouronion
The Balkan capital has an Asian country in its name, a country that has been much in the news
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 6
Replying to @orenpeleg
Yes Leo the Lion was inspired by the Columbia lion
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Sep 6
U2's two most recent albums Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience take their titles from collections by what British poet?
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