We’re heading North! It’s rolling plains and beautiful wilderness as we tackle North Dakota Trivia this week. We’re tackling thirty questions about the state, its history, its geography, and a handful of famous people that are from there.
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Hey everyone. Welcome to episode 168 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. I’m your host, Brian Rollins and our seemingly random path through the United States has taken us from Louisiana all the way up to North Dakota.
Like always, it’s three rounds of ten questions each. I ask and you answer. We could try it the other way around, but you’ll have to shout really loud to make sure I can hear you.
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That covers the opening, so let’s get going with the questions.
The Dorky Round
3. Born Norma Deloris Egstrom, what singer from North Dakota sang, 'He's a Tramp' from Disney's Lady & the Tramp?
8. Though named after a North Dakota town, what 1996 Coen Brothers film actually spends most of its time in Minnesota?
9. Set in North Dakota, what 1993 horror-comedy starred Warwick Davis and was the feature debut of Jennifer Anniston?
The Geeky Round
10. At the time of its founding, and for decades afterward, what was the primary language of Strasburg, ND?
The Nerdy Round
And that’s it for this week’s show. North Dakota is on my to-do list. I’ve made it all the way up to South Dakota and parts of Montana. Some day, I’ll make it there. If you’re from North Dakota, send me a note and let me know what I “can’t miss” when I visit.
We’ll be back again next Wednesday for more fun. Here’s a clue to tide you over.
What state derives its name from a Native American word for ‘the land of many waters’?
Intriguing? Good luck sorting that one out.
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