Card Set Information
Christmas Matthew 2009
Christmas quiz for big Christmas present 2009 for Matthew
Stephen Hawking was born 300 years after the death of: (A) Galileo; (B) Sir Isaac Newton; (C) Nostradamus; (D) Sir Thomas More.
When Luke Skywalker and Han Solo take Chewbacca to the prison cells, Luke says he has a prisoner transfer from cell block: (A) Omega-3; (B) 1138; (C) 451; (D) 1984.
What is the answer to life, the universe, and everything: (A) Twinkies; (B) 42; (C) Existential Displacement Theory; (D) Deep Thought.
In Firefly, all the Alliance Officer and soldier uniforms are leftovers from: (A) The Red Planet; (B) Space Balls; (C) Starship Troopers; (D) Battlefield Earth.
Approximately 2% of the current Linux kernel was written by: (A) David S. Miller; (B) Linus Torvalds; (C) Andrew Tanenbaum; (C) Ari Lemmke.
Who began a long-running debate with the correct answer to question 5: (A) David S. Miller; (B) Linus Torvalds; (C) Ari Lemmke; (D) Andrew Tanenbaum.
The role of Han Solo was turned down by which of the following actors: (A) James Caan; (B) Burt Reynolds; (C) Al Pacino; (D) All of the above.
How old was Bill Gates when he and Paul Allen founded Traf-O-Data: (A) 14; (B) 17; (C) 21; (D) 40.
Mario Brothers was a spin-off of what popular arcade game? (A) Joust; (B) Donkey Kong; (C) Zelda; (D) Frogger.
John Vincent Atanasoff and Clifford Berry are credited with: (A) Developing HTML; (B) ENIAC; (C) The first electronic computer, ABC; (D) Robotic servos.
What should you do with a Wumpus: (A) Hunt it; (B) Feed it; (C) Smell it; (D) Smack it.
In 1983, Apple introduced the world to: (A) Geraldine; (B) Delilah; (C) Lisa; (D) Maxineh.
What is credited as being the first commercial arcade computer game: (A) Spacewarl; (B) Computer Space; (C) Pong; (D) Magnavox Odyssey.
What Japanese company began manufacturing hanafuda cards in 1889: (A) Nintendo; (B) Ricoh; (C) Sony; (D) Onkyo.