Episode 658 - Thomas Aquinas, Advice Columnist - I Won - It's Always About "U" - Location, Location, Location - Cooking Terms

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Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 658, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet.

Round 1. Category: Thomas Aquinas, Advice Columnist

  • 1: Dear Uncertain:Christ didn't break the laws against working on this day; they apply to human, not divine work.
  • the sabbath.
  • 2: Dear Worried:It's a slippery slope -- a venial one of these disposes you to a mortal one.
  • sin.
  • 3: Dear Struggling:Sorry, but the poor must pay these, whether the traditional tenth of income or more.
  • tithes.
  • 4: Dear Confused:Baptism is the sacrament of faith; the sacrament of charity is this, the Lord's supper.
  • the eucharist.
  • 5: Dear Baffled:As St. Augustine says, the image of this in man is in the 3 parts mind, knowledge and love.
  • the trinity.

Round 2. Category: I Won

  • 1: Pitted against Clarence Darrow, this man won his case on July 21, 1925 and then died 5 days later.
  • William Jennings Bryan.
  • 2: One of the few victories the Romans ever won against this Carthaginian general was at Zuma in 202 B.C..
  • Hannibal.
  • 3: As the Dixiecrat nominee, this South Carolina senator, then governor, won 39 electoral votes in 1948.
  • Strom Thurmond.
  • 4: The author of "A Beggar In Jerusalem", this concentration camp survivor won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986.
  • Elie Wiesel.
  • 5: This "hazardous" naval officer won the decisive 1813 Battle of Lake Erie over the British.
  • Oliver Hazard Perry.

Round 3. Category: It's Always About "U"

  • 1: In 1949 Harry Truman traveled to New York to help lay a cornerstone for this body.
  • the United Nations.
  • 2: Seats are reserved in the Indian parliament for this group that falls outside of the caste system.
  • the Untouchables.
  • 3: Now a democratic republic of central Asia, in 1992 it ratified its first post-Soviet constitution.
  • Uzbekistan.
  • 4: Its atomic weight is 238.
  • uranium.
  • 5: The language known as Hindi is very close to this official language of Pakistan.
  • Urdu.

Round 4. Category: Location, Location, Location

  • 1: Suisse is the French name for this mountainous country.
  • Switzerland.
  • 2: Washington Irving gave New York City this nickname in 1807.
  • Gotham.
  • 3: There are only 31 states and 1 federal district in this North American country.
  • Mexico.
  • 4: The Tasman Sea separates Australia and this nation.
  • New Zealand.
  • 5: Robin Hood's nemesis was the sheriff of this district.
  • Nottingham.

Round 5. Category: Cooking Terms

  • 1: To brush melted butter on the Thanksgiving turkey at regular intervals.
  • baste.
  • 2: Adding hot or tangy seasonings to food, it's Satan's favorite method of cooking ham or eggs.
  • deviled.
  • 3: This term refers to making sugar brown by heating in a skillet over low heat until melted and golden.
  • caramelizing.
  • 4: This term for vegetables cut into long, thin strips to accompany a salad comes from a French first name.
  • julienne.
  • 5: To do this to herring or salmon, you must split, salt and smoke it.
  • kipper.

Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia!

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