Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Trivia Tuesday

(If you're looking for the final four round of the best Pittsburgh sports blog tournament, please scroll down to the next post.)

I have an amazing idea for a name that tune edition of Trivia Tuesday. Unfortunately, I don't have enough songs yet, but I will dedicate the rest of this week to coming up with another five more songs. Stay tuned.

In the meantime, this week's Trivia Tuesday is courtesy of Sporcle, one of the greatest websites in history. Listed below are three Sporcle quizzes as well as the amount of time you have to complete the quiz. Good luck!

1. Can you name the largest US cities in 1920? (15 minutes)

I scored a 72 of 100 on this one. You should do well if you know your Massachusetts cities and towns.

2. Can you name the pitchers with the most 10 win seasons in Major League Baseball (since 1901)? (7 minutes)

I scored a 12 of 26 and feel like I should have done better.

3. Can you name the VMA Best Female Video Nominees? (15 minutes)

110 of 131. I think this is my trivia wheel-house.

Take the Sporcle quizzes yourself and share your results in the comments section below.


lacochran's evil twin said...

1. No.
2. Absolutely No.
3. Doubtful, so No.

Wow. I'm feeling surprisingly inadequate.

Sean said...

I'm disappointed, Lacochran. I'm sure that you can name some of the largest US cities in 1920. New York, Boston, DC. You have 3 already!

Unknown said...

Basically 92% of the country lived in Massachusetts. Weird.

I scored the same as you on the baseball, very disappointed in myself.