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1. Where did "Genesis" 2007 take place?

Cleveland, Ohio

Odessa, Florida

Orlando, Florida

Atlanta, Georgia

2. Who won the Shop of Horrors Match at "Genesis" 2007?

Black Reign

Abyss

Rellik

Judas Mesias

3. At "Genesis" 2007, Team 3D lost to which tag team?

Eric Young and Shark Boy

The Latin American Exchange

Havok and Petey Williams

Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley

4. Who won the Fatal 4 Way Match for the TNA Knockout Championship at "Genesis" 2007?

Gail Kim

Angel Williams

ODB

Roxxi Laveaux

5. Who won the TNA X Division Championship Match at "Genesis" 2007?

Jay Lethal

Christopher Daniels

Sonjay Dutt

Ron "the truth" Killings

6. Who won the TNA World Tag Team Championship Match at "Genesis" 2007?

AJ Styles and Tomko

Elix Skipper and Senshi

The Steiner Brothers

The Voodoo Kin Mafia

7. At "Genesis" 2007, Samoa Joe was victorious. Who did he defeat?

James Storm with Jackie Moore

Rhino

Chris Harris

Robert Roode with Ms. Brooks

8. Who won the Ladder Match in the Final Round of the Fight for the Right Tournament for a future shot at the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at "Genesis" 2007?

Jeff Jarrett

Christian Cage

Kaz

Junior Fatu

9. Who won the Tag Team Match for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship in the main event of "Genesis" 2007?

Sting and Booker T with Sharmell

Kurt Angle and Kevin Nash with Karen Angle

Sting and Scott Hall

Sting and Matt Morgan

10. Who was the surprise tag team partner of Sting at "Genesis" 2007?

Booker T with Sharmell

Matt Morgan

Scott Hall

Jim Cornette

11. Some of the earliest translations into English were commissioned by a West Saxon king who also earned a reputation as a military commander. Who was he?

Harold II

Ethelred the Unready

Alfred the Great

Edward the Confessor

12. The “Roman de la Rose,” a 13th-century French love allegory, was translated into English by which of the following English poets?

John Langland

Geoffrey Chaucer

John Gower

Edmund Spenser

13. John Florio, a contemporary of Shakespeare, produced an English version of the essays of which French philosopher?

Blaise Pascal

Michel de Montaigne

René Descartes

François Rabelais

14. In the early seventeenth century, which English king commissioned an English translation of the Bible that was to establish itself as the virtually unchallenged Anglican version for some three hundred years?

Edward VI

Charles I

Henry VIII

James I (VI of Scotland)

15. One of the classic English versions of the works of Homer was completed in 1616, and was praised by John Keats in a sonnet two centuries later. Who was the translator?

John Milton

Ben Jonson

George Chapman

George Herbert

16. One of the great verse translations of Virgil’s Aeneid first appeared in 1684. Which English poet was the translator?

Alexander Pope

Nahum Tate

Thomas Shadwell

John Dryden

17. The Victorian writer Edward Fitzgerald would probably be forgotten today if he had not produced a famous translation of which Oriental work?

The Thousand and One Nights

The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

The Kama Sutra

The Tale of Genji

18. In 1885 Sir Richard Burton produced a translation of a popular work, which the Edinburgh Review thought was fit only “for the sewers.” What was this work?

The Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights)

Grimm's Fairy Tales

The Decameron

The Satyricon

19. Thanks to C. K. Scott Moncrieff, monoglot English speakers with sufficient stamina can read which French “roman-fleuve”?

“À la Recherche du Temps Perdu” by Marcel Proust

“Les Rougon-Macquart” by Émile Zola

“La Comédie Humaine” by Honoré de Balzac

“Jean-Christophe” by Romain Rolland

20. Which twentieth-century writer of detective fiction also produced verse translations of the Old French “Song of Roland” and Dante’s “Divine Comedy”?

Ngaio Marsh

Agatha Christie

Dorothy L. Sayers

Margery Allingham

21. This killer is known as "America's Boogeyman" and was brought to public attention in 1928, after the kidnapping-murder of a 12-year-old girl named Grace Budd. At the age of 65, he is considered the oldest man to ever be put to death in Sing Sing. Who is he?

Albert Fish

John Wayne Gacy

Ed Gein

Edmund Kemper

22. He is known as "The Night Stalker" and was convicted of thirteen homicides, but he claims he's killed twenty people. What is the name of this infamous killer?

Peter Sutcliffe

Richard Ramirez

Herman Mudgett

Henry Lee Lucas

23. This killer is sometimes referred to as the "killer clown", and is known for preying on young men who he would kill and then dispose of their bodies in the crawl space of his house in Chicago. What is the name of this maniacal clown?

John Wayne Gacy

Edmund Kemper

Albert DeSalvo

Henry Lee Lucas

24. In 1958, this couple went on a horrifying murder spree. The murder spree lasted 26 days and left ten people dead. What are the names of this demented duo?

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley

Gerald and Charlene Gallego

Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck

Charles Starkweather and Caril Fugate

25. This killer has been referred to as the ".44 Caliber Killer" and "Son of Sam." He targeted mostly couples in cars in the Bronx from 1976 to 1977. Who is this sadistic psycho?

Kenneth Bianchi

David Berkowitz

Ted Bundy

Peter Kurten

26. This killer, also known as "The Plainfield Ghoul," is famous for having many odd and grotesque things found in his home by police, such as: chairs upholstered with human skin, soup bowls fashioned from skulls, faces stuffed with newspapers and mounted on his walls, and a "mammary vest" flayed from the torso of a woman. Who is he?

Edmund Kemper

Henry Lee Lucas

Albert DeSalvo

Ed Gein

27. "Dr. H.H. Holmes" also known as "The Torture Doctor" is America's first documented serial killer. Many people disappeared behind the walls of his home, which he built in Chicago. His home is referred to as "The Castle." What is the name of this torturous doctor?

Peter Sutcliffe

Herman Mudgett

Angelo Buono

Harvey Lewis Carnigan

28. He is known as "The Co-Ed Killer." He killed his Grandparents and was committed to a maximum-security mental hospital where he was later released and ended up killing eight women. What is his name?

Peter Kurten

Edmund Kemper

Richard Angelo

Ted Bundy

29. This man was known for his good looks and charm. He confessed to 28 murders and was electrocuted in February 1989. What is the name of this lady-killer?

Carl Panzram

Kenneth Bianchi

Denis Nilsen

Ted Bundy

30. Some people consider this man the most prolific serial killer in American history. He "confessed" to killing 500 people, though he later recanted most of his testimony. At his 1985 trial, he was convicted of ten homicides, which landed him the death sentence. What is the name of sadistic man?

Henry Lee Lucas

Jeffrey Dahmer

Albert DeSalvo

Richard Macek

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    1. Where did "Genesis" 2007 take place?

    Orlando, Florida

    2. Who won the Shop of Horrors Match at "Genesis" 2007?

    Abyss

    3. At "Genesis" 2007, Team 3D lost to which tag team?

    Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley

    4. Who won the Fatal 4 Way Match for the TNA Knockout Championship at "Genesis" 2007?

    Gail Kim

    5. Who won the TNA X Division Championship Match at "Genesis" 2007?

    Jay Lethal

    6. Who won the TNA World Tag Team Championship Match at "Genesis" 2007?

    AJ Styles and Tomko

    7. At "Genesis" 2007, Samoa Joe was victorious. Who did he defeat?

    Robert Roode with Ms. Brooks

    8. Who won the Ladder Match in the Final Round of the Fight for the Right Tournament for a future shot at the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at "Genesis" 2007?

    Kaz

    9. Who won the Tag Team Match for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship in the main event of "Genesis" 2007?

    Kurt Angle and Kevin Nash with Karen Angle

    10. Who was the surprise tag team partner of Sting at "Genesis" 2007?

    Booker T with Sharmell

    11. Some of the earliest translations into English were commissioned by a West Saxon king who also earned a reputation as a military commander. Who was he?

    Alfred the Great

    12. The “Roman de la Rose,” a 13th-century French love allegory, was translated into English by which of the following English poets?

    Geoffrey Chaucer

    13. John Florio, a contemporary of Shakespeare, produced an English version of the essays of which French philosopher?

    Michel de Montaigne

    14. In the early seventeenth century, which English king commissioned an English translation of the Bible that was to establish itself as the virtually unchallenged Anglican version for some three hundred years?

    James I (VI of Scotland)

    15. One of the classic English versions of the works of Homer was completed in 1616, and was praised by John Keats in a sonnet two centuries later. Who was the translator?

    George Chapman

    16. One of the great verse translations of Virgil’s Aeneid first appeared in 1684. Which English poet was the translator?

    John Dryden

    17. The Victorian writer Edward Fitzgerald would probably be forgotten today if he had not produced a famous translation of which Oriental work?

    The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

    18. In 1885 Sir Richard Burton produced a translation of a popular work, which the Edinburgh Review thought was fit only “for the sewers.” What was this work?

    The Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights)

    19. Thanks to C. K. Scott Moncrieff, monoglot English speakers with sufficient stamina can read which French “roman-fleuve”?

    “À la Recherche du Temps Perdu” by Marcel Proust

    20. Which twentieth-century writer of detective fiction also produced verse translations of the Old French “Song of Roland” and Dante’s “Divine Comedy”?

    Dorothy L. Sayers

    21. This killer is known as "America's Boogeyman" and was brought to public attention in 1928, after the kidnapping-murder of a 12-year-old girl named Grace Budd. At the age of 65, he is considered the oldest man to ever be put to death in Sing Sing. Who is he?

    Albert Fish

    22. He is known as "The Night Stalker" and was convicted of thirteen homicides, but he claims he's killed twenty people. What is the name of this infamous killer?

    Richard Ramirez

    23. This killer is sometimes referred to as the "killer clown", and is known for preying on young men who he would kill and then dispose of their bodies in the crawl space of his house in Chicago. What is the name of this maniacal clown?

    John Wayne Gacy

    24. In 1958, this couple went on a horrifying murder spree. The murder spree lasted 26 days and left ten people dead. What are the names of this demented duo?

    Charles Starkweather and Caril Fugate

    25. This killer has been referred to as the ".44 Caliber Killer" and "Son of Sam." He targeted mostly couples in cars in the Bronx from 1976 to 1977. Who is this sadistic psycho?

    David Berkowitz

    26. This killer, also known as "The Plainfield Ghoul," is famous for having many odd and grotesque things found in his home by police, such as: chairs upholstered with human skin, soup bowls fashioned from skulls, faces stuffed with newspapers and mounted on his walls, and a "mammary vest" flayed from the torso of a woman. Who is he?

    Ed Gein

    27. "Dr. H.H. Holmes" also known as "The Torture Doctor" is America's first documented serial killer. Many people disappeared behind the walls of his home, which he built in Chicago. His home is referred to as "The Castle." What is the name of this torturous doctor?

    Herman Mudgett

    28. He is known as "The Co-Ed Killer." He killed his Grandparents and was committed to a maximum-security mental hospital where he was later released and ended up killing eight women. What is his name?

    Edmund Kemper

    29. This man was known for his good looks and charm. He confessed to 28 murders and was electrocuted in February 1989. What is the name of this lady-killer?

    Ted Bundy

    30. Some people consider this man the most prolific serial killer in American history. He "confessed" to killing 500 people, though he later recanted most of his testimony. At his 1985 trial, he was convicted of ten homicides, which landed him the death sentence. What is the name of sadistic man?

    Henry Lee Lucas

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  • Erica
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    1.) What is "Hana Kimi" an abbreviation for and what does it mean in english? ~ Hanazakarino Kimitachihe 2.) Name 5 mangas currently running in Shounen Jump Weekly. ~ Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Slam Dunk, Eyeshield 21 3.) Name the mangaka that wrote the manga Death Note and the title of their currently running series. ~ Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, Bakuman 4.) What are the titles of all the Bleach movies? ~Memories of Nobody, The DiamondDust Rebellion, Fade to Black 5.) What is the name of the Japanese voice actor who played Death the Kid (Soul Eater), Tamaki Souh (Ouran High School Host Club), Light Yagami (Death Note), and Zero Kiryu (Vampire Knight)? ~Mamoru Miyano 6.) What is the name of the series that Hatori Bisco put on hiatus so that she could put more effort into her currently running series? ~Millennium Snow 7.) Name 3 references to The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya made in the anime Lucky☆Star. ~ 8.) Name 3 anime/manga's that where made into live action movies. ~ DeathNote, Blood: The Last Vampire, Nana 9.) What anime/manga series was based on a "real event" that caused a nationwide buzz on japans most popular online chat room? (hint: it was also made into a live action movie and novel) ~ 10.) What is the rough draft of a manga called? ~ 11.) What are three of the mangaka Matsuri Hino's works? Which one was made into an anime? ~ Wanted, Vampire Knight, Merupuri | Vampire Knight 12.) What is the meaning of the kanji characters for the word "fujoshi"? ~ rotten girl? 14.) What is the name of the American animated movie that was based on an anime/manga written, drawn, and directed by Osamu Tezuka? ~ The Lion King 15.) What was the name of the first anime to win an Oscar? the second? ~ Spirited Away |

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  • 1 decade ago

    Your questions range from a mixed martial arts expo to ancient translated literature to serial killers of historical significance. Could you be more variant?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    1 through 29 are all true and number 20 is 56.

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  • 1 decade ago

    i have no idea what youre talking about lol

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    lol

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  • 1 decade ago

    WHAT???

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