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Ready to test your luck with some trivia?
Hey gang, this is your host, Brian Rollins and it’s episode 171 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. Finally, we’re covering a state I’ve spent some serious time in, Nevada.
As always, we’ve got three rounds of ten questions each. I ask, you answer. If you need rules or scorecards visit the show’s website DorkyGeekyNerdy.com. We also have show notes and transcripts there if you want to use the questions in your own trivia games.
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I think that covers the basics so let’s spin that wheel, roll the dice, and get started with…
The Dorky Round
8. Built in 1931, The Pair-o-Dice Club was the first casino constructed on what now-infamous stretch of road?
The Geeky Round
The Nerdy Round
5. What is the relationship between the first and the last man to die during the Hoover Dam's construction?
And the winner is…hopefully you. Or someone in your group listening to the show is a winner. Heck, everyone’s a winner.
Nevada is an interesting place with a lot going for it besides Las Vegas. Soaring mountains and sprawling deserts. If you haven’t visited, you should put it on your list.
Some extra facts about Nevada:
- Despite gambling being legal there, Nevada has no state lottery
- The town of St. Thomas, NV is currently sitting at the bottom of Lake Mead. The ghost town was submerged when the lake was created.
- Nevada was the first state to ratify the 15th Amendment which guarantees the right to vote to any man, regardless of color or race.
- Nevada is the 7th largest state in land mass but 32nd in population with only 3 million residents.
That covers Nevada for this week, join us back here next week for another state. Here’s a little clue:
When John Denver is singing about Country Roads, what state is he pining for?
If the song gets stuck in your head, I don’t apologize. Enjoy. I’ll see you back here next Wednesday.
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