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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 Jun 21
Replying to @RealBrianNieves
Never play chess with a Sicilian when death is on the line! Yes, that is correct.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 21
Replying to @asterisk890
correct! This may have been the best fact I learned at the quiz last night.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 21
Replying to @whatthefritz
Muy bueno. They also accepted Song of Solomon for Cantares.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 21
e4 c5 - This common defensive opening move in chess shares its name with what European island?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 21
Among the treasures found in King Tut's tomb were three of what type of ranged weapon, typically associated with another continent?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 21
What is the English counterpart of the following Spanish books of the Bible - a) Cantares; b) Hechos; c) Santiago; d) Apocalipsis?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 20
Looking for a break from BREAKING NEWS? Join us tonight at in Santa Monica for an evening of trivia and fun with hosts Cliff Galiher and ! The action starts at 8 pm.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 13
Join us tonight for trivia and fun at on Wilshire in Santa Monica with host and quizmaster whom you may know from such small, indie movies as Avatar, Inception and Drag Me To Hell.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 13
What British comedian (who is best known for his eponymous tv show) changed his first name to match the last name of an American comedian that he admired? Benny Hill who changed his given name to honor Jack Benny
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 7
What British comedian (who is best known for his eponymous tv show) changed his first name to match the last name of an American comedian that he admired?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 7
What Shakespeare character has been played by Charlotte Clarke in the 18th Century, by Sarah Bernhardt in a movie in 1900, by Asta Nielsen in a movie in 1920, and by Shelley Long doing a curtain call at the end of the movie “Outrageous Fortune?”
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 6
Join us tonight at in Santa Monica for fun and trivia with host Warren Usui! We start at 8 pm so we will be sharing space with NBA Finals fans for part of the quiz. Arrive early to get a good table!
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 6
What word, derived from a Greek word that means "pertaining to the sense of touch," denotes tactile feedback like the subtle vibrations you feel when you touch the screen of a smartphone? haptic
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 6
Which 4 of Canada's provinces (not territories) joined the confederation most recently? Newfoundland and Labrador, Alberta, Saskatchewan and PEI
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 4
O'Briens Pub Quiz players and friends of the quiz won over $600K this season on !!! 💰💰💰💰💰💰 showed them the money. Congrats to all!
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 2
Replying to @RealBrianNieves
ding ding ding! Correct, sir.
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 2
What word, derived from a Greek word that means "pertaining to the sense of touch," denotes tactile feedback like the subtle vibrations you feel when you touch the screen of a smartphone?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 2
What is the only species of penguin that lives in the wild in the Northern Hemisphere?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz Jun 2
Which 4 of Canada's provinces (not territories) joined the confederation most recently?
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O'Brien's Pub Quiz May 31
Replying to @fleetwoodwack
Blind Faith Weather Report Psychedelic Breakfast
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