1: It has served as a fortress, royal court, prison, torture chamber, place of execution, and museum since it was built by William the Conqueror over 900 years ago. What is it?
2: Hong Kong is not only home to many large international businesses, but also world-famous for a certain kind of hand work. What is it?
3: Name the Pink Floyd album that came about from a fan spitting on a performer during a Montreal concert.
4: What does a paleontologist study?
5: In 1781, eight years before Washington was elected President, which man was elected 1st "President of the United States in Congress assembled."
6: Which word sounds like the name of a city in Michigan, but means skillful and adept under pressure?
7: This young man, working in the office of The Jersey Observer newspaper, decided to pursue a career as a singer, and in 1935 won first prize in the popular radio talent show, 'Major Bowes Amateur Hour'. He later grew up to become a very popular singer. Who
8: Which three baseball players hit the most home runs at Candlestick Park?
9: In 1847, Michigan became the first state to abolish this, and since that time, less than half the states have followed. What is it?
10: If you buy 100 shares of a stock at $30, 200 shares at $20, and 300 shares at $10, then sell all at $15, did you make a profit or loss? What percent?