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Two professional quizmasters ask each other and guests their favorite questions of the week, while providing additional information and commentary. Learn interesting bits of trivia knowledge, discover what goes into crafting a good trivia question or team name, laugh at the hosts many moments of ignorance and pure stupidity and more on the Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast!
Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast is hosted by two independent quizmasters from Southwest Florida, Lee Breshnyda (Know Nonsense Trivia) and Marc Davis (Nice Guys Pizza Trivia).

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Two professional quizmasters ask each other and guests their favorite questions of the week, while providing additional information and commentary. Learn interesting bits of trivia knowledge, discover what goes into crafting a good trivia question or team name, laugh at the hosts many moments of ignorance and pure stupidity and more on the Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast!
Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast is hosted by two independent quizmasters from Southwest Florida, Lee Breshnyda (Know Nonsense Trivia) and Marc Davis (Nice Guys Pizza Trivia).

    Episode 91: Can You Smell It?

    Episode 91: Can You Smell It?

    Quizmasters Lee and Marc get together for their favorite trivia questions of the week and discuss the transition of moving their pub trivia quizzes online during the COVID-19 pandemic. Marc defines the elements he takes into consideration when considering information to include in particular questions.


    Categories for the quiz include History, Etymology, U.S. Geography, Alt-Rock History, Pop Culture, Movie Musicals, Retro Video Games, U.S. Geography, Vocabulary, Alternative Movie Titles, Physics, 80’s Music, Food, Drinks and more!


    Round One


    HISTORY - In what year did the Bay of Pigs invasion take place?
    ETYMOLOGY - What term for a financial windfall stems from a variation of Poker popular in the mid-to-late 19th century?
    U.S. GEOGRAPHY - What is the closest U.S. state to Africa?
    ALT-ROCK HISTORY - What 90’s Alternative Funk Rock band was originally called Trucking Company, and grew out of a side project of Blue’s Travelers John Popper?
    POP CULTURE - What was the name of one of the deadliest marksmen in U.S. history who was profiled in the movie Sniper?
    MOVIE MUSICALS - Who plays the Madam Miss Mona in a 1982 musical film alongside actors Burt Reynolds and Dom DeLouise and which follows the story of a revived-bordello named “The Chicken Ranch”?


    Missed Corrections


    “Dudes! You guys sounded great and were funny as ever. Hope you keep doing this for the foreseeable future. Hearing you guys was a relief from all the craziness. Keep on sussin'!” - Clayton
    “I just said "Bless You" to Marc while listening to the latest episode. I may need some actual human interaction soon.” Gil
    “In reference to the first question of this week's episode: The character in Get Smart is named Maxwell Smart... Not Frank Smart…” - Andrew
    “Small interesting nugget on the star trek question in the most recent podcast: in Futurama's episode "the Problem with Pobblers", the crew lands on a planet in search of food. Leela gets a reading from the thing on her wrist saying that it is a "Type 'M' planet, so there should at least be some roddenberries". I got the question immediately because the episode just happened to be on before me switching over to podcasts. Great episode as always, stay safe and facetime your loved ones!” - Team Captain Aaron


    Round Two


    RETRO VIDEO GAMES - What are the names of the four characters introduced in 1993's Street Fighter II: The New Challengers?
    U.S. GEOGRAPHY - What are the names of the two tunnels that connect New York to New Jersey under the Hudson River?
    VOCABULARY - ‘Uxoricide’ is the killing of one’s what?
    U.S. HISTORY - Which U.S. president and former Governor of Cuba and The Phillippines left office in 1913 after losing re-election stating, "I’m glad to be going–this is the lonesomest place in the world."
    ALTERNATE MOVIE TITLES - Mr. Cat Poop was the Chinese Translation of the title of what James Brooks directed movie?
    PHYSICS - What is the term for the antimatter equivalent of the electron?


    Rate My Question


    80’s MUSIC - Rick Allen single-handedly kept the beat for what 80's rock band? - submitted by Ben
    FOOD - Believe it or not, this was the world's first synthetic food? - submitted by Ben


    Final Questions


    MOVIES - Richard Attenborough played Kris Kringle in what famous movie?
    DRINKS - Named after an ancient civilization, what yellow soda is the best selling soda drink of Peru?


    Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges


    March 30th, 2020 – Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Live on Twitch 7pm - 9pm
    April 2nd, 2020 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Live on Twitch 7pm - 9pm


    You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round.


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    Thank you, Quizdaddies – Dylan, Tommy

    • 1 hr 36 min
    Episode 90: CoroKnowNo Virus

    Episode 90: CoroKnowNo Virus

    Quizmasters Lee and Marc practice social distancing in the first ever remotely-recorded KnowNo! The two professional pub quizmasters get together to discuss their favorite trivia questions of the week. Lee announces plans on transitioning his weekly live quizzes to a streaming platform.


    Round One


    CARTOON CHARACTERS - What bumbling cartoon character, typically voiced by Don Adams (Get Smart), was occasionally performed by master voice-over artist Maurice Lamarche (Egon, The Brain) until he took over the character after Adams's 1999 retirement from the role?
    FAMOUS QUOTES - What author, who wrote The Sun Also Rises, is known for the quote “There is nothing noble about being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self?
    NFL - T.D., the name and initials of the NFL'S Miami Dolphins mascot, is short for what?
    MOVIES - The first Oscar for Best Picture went to what movie which shares a name with a TV sitcom that aired from 1990-1997?
    1960’s MUSIC - What duo had hits in the 1960's with "Soul Man" and "Hold On, I'm Comin"?
    GEOGRAPHY - What archipelago in the South Atlantic Ocean, is known in Spanish as Las Malvinas?


    Missed Corrections


    “Alien is not a horror movie.” - Mike C.
    “Ted Nugent wore zebra-print buttless chaps in a music video, not cow print.” - Marc
    “Yeah, worth noting South Park (1997 - 23 seasons) definitely beats SVU (1999 - 21 seasons) if you consider season longevity of cable shows. The Wikipedia list that has SVU at #2 omits cable shows. SVU does have more/longer episodes, so obviously more content.” - FadeToOne


    Round Two


    PLOT DETAILS - Bo’s Diner is the place of employment of Debra, the love interest of the main character of what heist movie?
    BAND BEEF - What funk-metal band crafted a diss-track against Rage Against The Machine in 1994 called “Do What I Tell Ya?”
    WORLD LANGUAGES - According to worldpopluationreview.com, what country boasts the world’s largest arabic population in the world?
    RELIGION - Founded during the latter part of the 15th Century, what is the world's fifth-largest organized religion and is based on the spiritual teachings of Guru Nanak?
    PRO-WRESTLING - What is Pro Wrestler Triple H’s real name?
    PRO-WRESTLING - Which professional wrestler, who based his in-ring persona and stage name on a real life, was the first to use the word “brother” frequently in promotional interviews?


    Rate My Question


    POP CULTURE - “In 1982, at the age of 7, who became the youngest person to host Saturday Night Live, a record that still stands today?” - submitted by Nik
    NFL - “The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers have a long history of swapping quarterbacks. What quarterback most recently started for both franchises?” - submitted by Jake


    Final Questions


    STAR TREK - According to Star Trek mythology, what letter-class planet is Earth?
    80’s MOVIES - Attributing her success to her two pack-a-day habit, Pat Welsh is best known as the voice of what iconic raspy-voiced film character from the 1980's, after first being discovered by George Lucas who overheard her talking while at a laundromat?


    Weekly Wrap Up


    #281 - Palace Pub and Wine Bar - Me & You & A Dog Named Rue - 75 pts.


    Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges


    March 23rd, 2020 – Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Live on Twitch 7pm - 9pm
    March 26th, 2020 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Live on Twitch 7pm - 9pm


    You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round.
    Links:
    Spotify – COVID-19: Quarantine Mix — Lee's COVID-19 playlist.Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures (Complete Live Action Series) - YouTube — The Live action Bill & Ted adaptationHot Fuzz (2007) - Olivia Colman's Sexual Jokes - YouTubeKar

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Episode 89: Big Stick Energy

    Episode 89: Big Stick Energy

    Quizmasters Lee and Marc are joined by Seth to ask and answer each other’s favorite trivia questions. Quiz categories include Woodstock, Political Terminology, U.S. History, Corporate Logos, Lord Of The Rings, 80’s Music, Predators of the Animal Kingdom, World War II, Taglines, Medical Terminology, and Horror Movies.


    Round One


    WOODSTOCK - What was the name of the farm on which Woodstock took place?
    POLITICAL TERMINOLOGY - According to William Safire’s Political Dictionary, the “active use of the president’s prestige and high visibility to inspire or moralize” is known as the President’s what?
    U.S. HISTORY - Which of the first 48 states to join the U.S., was the last to ratify the 19th amendment, which recognized a woman’s right to vote?
    U.S. HISTORY - O.S.S., the predecessor of the C.I.A., is an initialism that stands for what?
    LORD OF THE RINGS - Excluding Gandalf the Grey, who is the oldest member of the Fellowship of the Rings?
    CORPORATE LOGOS - Which entertainment brand's logo was refreshed in Nov. of 2019 by reducing the design to a single color mark, but maintaining the logo's signature shield?
    TRAGEDIES - The Station nightclub fire of 2003, that led to the death of over 100 concert-goers, including guitarist Ty Longley, occurred during a performance by which band?
    80’s MUSIC - Which classic rock singer shares a name with a 18th century hunting enthusiast?


    Missed Corrections


    “On Episode 88: Monkey Buskers, around 25:48, Lee mentioned that he thought Ellen Page was motion captured for the role of Ellie in The Last Of Us 2013 video game. Well, it was actually actress Ashley Johnson, who was also the speaking voice for Ellie in the game. Ellen Page WAS motion captured (and her exact likeness used) for the main character, Jodie, in another PlayStation exclusive game that same year called Beyond: Two Souls. The cordyceps fungus Marc asked about was actually the fungus that inspired The Last of Us' fictional zombie infection. ("What if cordyceps, but people") But I must inform Marc that it was, in fact, David Attenborough, not Richard, who narrated the BBC special: Cordyceps: Attack of the Killer Fungi.” - Mo

    “Remember when I was trying to give an example of a thing that older people don’t know much about and I said “MARINA DEL REY”?! - Erin



    “What is the difference between bugs and insects? True bugs have a stylet (a mouth shaped like a straw) that they use to suck juices from plants.” - Lee


    Round Two


    60’s MUSIC - Performed by The Byrds, what famous folk singer wrote the song “Turn, Turn, Turn”?
    LITERATURE - Who wrote The Count of Monté Cristo?
    PREDATORS OF THE ANIMAL KINGDOM - What kind of fish spits the brackish water of its habitat towards its insect prey, knocking them prone to the surface to be eaten?
    WORLD WAR II - What does the “D” in “D-Day” stand for?
    TAGLINES - Which laundry detergent was known for the tagline “Ring around the collar”?
    MEDICAL TERMS - Derived from a Greek word for "rushing down", what medical condition shares its name with a word that refers to a large waterfall, or in medieval times a portcullis or window grating?


    Final Questions


    HORROR MOVIES - Nigerian visual artist Bolaji Badejo’s only film credit was portraying an unwelcome guest in what 1979 film?
    HORROR MOVIES - What is the name of the sole survivor of a terraforming station, a small girl, in Aliens?
    HORROR MOVIES - The movie Freddy vs. Jason is what number sequel in each franchise?
    ARTISTS - Which French artist and sculptor, a contemporary of Cezanne and Van Gogh, spent the last decade of his life making artwork inspired by Polynesian culture?


    Weekly Wrap Up


    #279 - Palace Pub and Wine Bar - Trivia Netwon John - 87 pts.
    #280 - No. 3 Craft Brews and Beer Bar - As You Wish - 70 pts.


    Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges


    March 9nd, 2020 – Know Nonsense

    • 2 hr 16 min
    Episode 88: Monkey Buskers

    Episode 88: Monkey Buskers

    Quizmasters Lee and Marc are joined by a husband-and-wife duo, artist Justin Peterson and Quizmaster Erin Sullivan, to ask and answer each other’s trivia questions, and talk about topics such as quiz scoring and phone usage. Quiz categories include Parasites, Baseball, Art History, Weezer, Famous Addresses, The War On Drugs, Musical Instruments, Medical History, Toy History, Movie Plot Details, Plains Indians, 90’s TV, Latin Riddles, Game of Thrones, U.S. History, Vocabulary, Pop Culture, Henry VIII Wives, Business and more!


    Round One


    PARASITES - Ophiocordyceps unilateralis is a fungus that infects what insect?
    BASEBALL - What team never lost in the 1976 MLB postseason, and beat the Yankees in a quick, four-game World Series, outscoring them 22-8?
    ART HISTORY - Which portion of the in-progress Statue of Liberty was previewed at the 1888 World’s Fair in Paris?
    WEEZER - Weezer’s first gig was opening for Dogstar, at Raj’s Bar in Hollywood, CA, featuring what famous person on bass?
    FAMOUS ADDRESSES - 1407 Graymalkin Ln. is the address of what fictional school?
    THE WAR ON DRUGS - When declaring his War on Drugs, who did Richard Nixon refer to as “The Most Dangerous Man In America?”
    MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS - What stringed instrument, presumed to have been invented in the 11th century, produces sound by a hand crank-turned, rosined wheel rubbing against the strings, producing a sound that is sometimes compared to bagpipes?


    Missed Corrections


    AFRICA MOVIE CONFUSION - In Episode 87, Lee got the casts of Congo and Outbreak confused (Dustin Hoffman, Morgan Freeman)
    Also from Episode 87, DURACELL was the Battery company with the Plastic People (not Energizer)
    Adele writes in with a local trivia recap for her team “Hot-N-Ready.”


    Round Two


    BOY MEETS WORLD - The actor who played “Feeny” on Boy Meets World previously played which other character, a historical person who would become president?
    BOY MEETS WORLD - Actor Alex Désert, who played Eli Williams on Boy Meets World, was a singer for what famous ska band which featured two singers?
    MEDICAL HISTORY - Misconceptions about which organ were promoted by 2nd Century Greek physician Galen, and went unchallenged for nearly a thousand years?
    TOY HISTORY - What toy was invented by engineer Lonnie Johnson, whose prototype consisted of (among other things) a soda bottle and acrylic glass?
    MOVIE PLOT DETAILS - The Jolly Green Giants, Crucial Taunt, and The S****y Beatles shared the bill in 1992 at what heavy metal venue?
    MOVIE PLOT DETAILS - What was Linda Fiorientino’s character code-named at the end of Men In Black?
    PLAINS INDIANS - Once having an estimated population of 20,000-40,000 members, which teepee-dwelling warrior tribe were mostly found in Oklahoma, as well as parts of Texas, Colorado and New Mexico, and called themselves the Numunuu (meaning "human being" or "the people") but became better known by a neighboring tribe's word for "enemy" and "foreigner," which they called Mexicans?
    90’s TV - On what 90’s TV show would you find the characters Steven Minkis, Eli Turner and Jonathan Williams?


    Rate My Question: Palindrome Edition


    LATIN RIDDLES - The palindromic latin riddle igni which means we go in a circle at night and are consumed by fire has an answer that describes the behavior of what?
    GAME OF THRONES - “Deny me not; atone, my Ned,” is a palindrome reflecting the will of what notoriously brutal character, created by author George R.R. Martin?
    U.S. HISTORY - What two-word palindrome describes a type of object kept at Fort Knox?
    VOCABULARY - What two-word palindrome describes cats that are experiencing diminished cognition as a result of old age?
    POP CULTURE - “Now, dear Simon spots tops; no misread won.” is a palindrome that could at one point describe what televised talent competition?


    Final Questions


    THE WIVES OF HENRY VIII -

    • 2 hr 10 min
    Episode 87: The Human Cricket

    Episode 87: The Human Cricket

    Quizmasters Lee and Marc join each other to ask and answer each other’s trivia questions, and talk about their trivia hint and clue preferences. Lee reviews Marc’s new mid-quiz wager mechanic. Categories for this episode’s quiz include Units of Measurement, Comedy Songs, Sitcoms, Super Mario Bros., Band Lineups, Football, Websites, Horror Movies, Great Lakes Geography, Movie Behind The Scenes, Kids TV, Medical Terms, Hats, U.S. Geography, Phobias, Vocabulary, The 1990’s.


    Introduction


    UNITS OF MEASUREMENT - In feet, how long is the unit of measurement known as a chain?
    COMEDY SONGS - From what comedy song is the line “True that / Double true” from?
    SITCOMS - “Milkbone Underwear” is a reference to what sitcom?


    Round One


    INFECTIOUS DISEASE - What is the more common name for the highly-contagious bacterial disease that is the result of an infection by the name of bordetella pertussis?
    SUPER MARIO BROS. - Before going blonde and being referred to as "Peach" in 1993's Yoshi's Safari, what was Mario's princess known as in games and media released in the United States?
    BAND LINEUPS - Drummer Joey Kramer recently reunited with what classic rock band, that originally formed in 1970, after a six-month hiatus due to injury?
    FOOTBALL - Who was the star quarterback of the New England Patriots for most of the 1970's through the 1980's?
    WEBSITES - In what year was eBay launched?
    HORROR MOVIES - What horror movie director cameos in his movie Scream as a janitor, dressed like one of his earlier creations, Freddy Krueger?


    KnowNotes


    Episode 86 - “The local slang [Vermonters use] for out-of-staters (particularly from MA or CT) is “flatlanders,” usually used derogatorily.” - Phoebe
    Episode 86 - “On the Iranian Hostage Crisis, Carter probably is perceived as not a strong president because of the whole crisis. To drive their point home, Iran was ready to negotiate and release the hostages much earlier but waited until Reagan's was in office. So if you research it, the day the hostages were released is the same day as Reagan's inauguration.” - Ian
    Episode 19 - "G.I. originally stood for galvanized iron which was the material that different buckets and things were made of (during WW1???) and therefore were stamped "G.I." - Nina


    Round Two


    GREAT LAKES GEOGRAPHY - Which great lake borders Ohio on the north side of the state?
    MOVIE BEHIND THE SCENES - What actor who appeared in such films as Addams Family Reunion, The Shout, The Hunt For Red October, and Congo, was considered for the role of Judge Doom, but was turned away because producers found him too terrifying?
    MEDICAL TERMS - Which bodily fluid is a component of blood that includes all proteins not used in blood clotting (i.e. electrolytes, antibodies, antigens, hormones, also drugs and microorganisms)
    KIDS TV - What kids show, that contains the song “We Are No. 1” ran from 2004-2014?
    HATS - Hat-making and it's associated design, manufacturing and sales are known as components of what trade, named after the inhabitants of a city known for its trend-setting fashion during the middle ages?
    U.S. GEOGRAPHY - In what central U.S. state would you find Fort Sill?


    Rate My Question: Dylan Edition


    'Able I was ere I saw Elba', is a famous palindrome referring to the early 19th century exile of what famous leader to the isle of Elba?
    First appearing on the eponymous album Iron Maiden, by the band Iron Maiden, in 1980. What is the name of the zombie-like mascot that has graced every one of the band's album covers?
    Also, you both seem to have a style for writing the questions, Lee you usually have some background in there, maybe a hidden hint. Where as I think Marc's are usually distilled as much as possible and to the point. Just my observation, but anyway, what do you each think makes for a great question? And do you have a favorite question that the other has

    • 1 hr 38 min
    Episode 86: The Half-Right-a-Thon

    Episode 86: The Half-Right-a-Thon

    Quizmasters Lee and Marc are joined by Mike C. and Erik Brandt to ask and answer each other’s trivia questions. They four also discuss their “pub trivia dream teams” and negotiating prize values with your trivia venues. Categories include U.S. History, Etymology, Pop Culture, Food, Historic Sailing Vessels, Chemistry, Music, State Nicknames, Occupations, Causes of Death, Literature, Florida, Food, Animals, and more!


    Round One


    HISTORY - Who was the first president to declare the war on drugs?
    ETYMOLOGY - From what language does the word "mattress" stem?
    POP CULTURE - Which past presidential candidate admitted to creating a fake Twitter account named ‘Pierre Delecto’ created to anonymously defend themself?
    FOOD - What ingredient in Boston baked beans is also used in rum (which Boston also became an exporter of in the 18th century)?
    HISTORIC SAILING VESSELS - What kind of Chinese sailing ships were introduced during the Song Dynasty, first introducing China to maritime trade?
    CHEMISTRY - Which two chemical elements are liquid at room temperature?


    KnowNotes


    CLOACA - What kind of bird, native to New Zealand, does not use a cloaca for reproduction as many birds do?


    Round Two


    GEOGRAPHY - On which continent is the world's largest desert located?
    MUSIC - Which legendary musician wrote an autobiography called “Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road?”
    STATE NICKNAMES - What word do West Virginia and Vermont have in common in their official U.S. nicknames?
    OCCUPATIONS - What is the term for someone whose job it is to cut wood?
    CAUSES OF DEATH - According to the CD in 2018, the number 1 cause of death of people ages 15-34 was unintentional accidents, with what two causes of death taking the #1 and #2 spots?
    LITERATURE - Frank Herbert’s Dune was the first novel to win what science fiction award, which shares its name with an interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen, helium and other ionized gasses?
    ### Rate My Question
    BASEBALL - “What incident occurred prior to game 2 of the 1992 World Series between the Atlanta Braves and Toronto Blue Jays that caused then President George H.W. Bush to issue an apology to Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney?” - submitted by Myles


    Final Questions


    FLORIDA HISTORY - During which war was Fort Myers named?
    FOOD - What fruit flavor is used in Crepes Suzette?
    ANIMALS - Which aquatic South American rodent, the largest in the world, was classified as a fish between the 16th and 18th centuries for consumption by Catholics during Lent?


    Weekly Wrap Up


    #268 - Palace Pub and Wine Bar - Is It Still A DUI If Jesus Takes The Wheel - 79 pts.
    #269 - No. 3 Craft Brews and Beer Bar - Peanut The Dog Barked At Dallas - 99 pts.


    Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges


    February 24th, 2020 – Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge #272 @ Palace Pub and Wine Bar in Cape Coral, FL. with free bottles of wine for our round winners. Categories for the quiz will include THE OFFICE, MUSICALS, MARVEL MOVIES, COFFEE, VIDEO GAMES SUCH AS SUPER MARIO BROS., THE INDIE HIT CUPHEAD AND THE CLASSIC GOLDENEYE FOR N64 and more. The Meat Cottage will be on site serving up authentic German cuisine.
    February 27th Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge #273 @ No. 3 Craft Brews and Beer Bar in Cape Coral, FL. Categories for the quiz will include POKEMON, WWF, TV SHOWS SUCH AS CHEERS, ALL IN THE FAMILY, AND SEINFELD, JANE AUSTEN NOVELS, CARTOON DADS, VINTAGE PORNOGRAPHY, PORN HUB and more.
    February 29th, 2020 - It’s 80’s Music Trivia @ No. 3. We’re taking it to the max, quizzing you on your ability to identify artists and songs from the 1980’s, as well as full quiz of trivia about the decade in music. It’s an all 80’s music trivia on February 29th at No 3 Craft Brews & Beer Bar in Cape Coral from 6 to 8pm.
    March 28th, 2020 - Get ready for Quizmania - Wrestling Trivia @ No. 3. We’ll be entering the worl

    • 1 hr 52 min

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