Last Call Trivia Podcast

#57 - Which Historical Figure Was the Farthest Ahead of Their Time?

January 10, 2023 Last Call Trivia Season 1 Episode 57
Last Call Trivia Podcast
#57 - Which Historical Figure Was the Farthest Ahead of Their Time?
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It’s time for episode #57 of the Last Call Trivia Podcast! The game kicks off with a round of general knowledge questions. Then, we’re hopping in our time machines for a round of Historical Figures Trivia.


Round One

First up, we have an Animals Trivia question about the incredibly intelligent and clever birds that have been known to use human inventions as tools of their own, like using cars to crack nuts. 

Next, a Cities question challenges the Team to name the Indian city that was known as Bombay until 1995.

The first round concludes with a Food Trivia question about the first-ever McDonald’s breakfast item.


Bonus Question

Today’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the Food question from the first round.


Round Two

History is rife with people who were ahead of their time and left a major impact on the world for generations to come. And we’re celebrating them today with a round of Historical Figures Trivia!

The second round begins with an Art Trivia question about The Red Vineyards near Arles, the only painting known by name that a now-famous artist sold during their lifetime.

Next, we have an Awards question about the namesake of the Prize for American Humor.

Round Two concludes a Places Trivia question about the city in which Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper is located.


Final Question

We’ve reached the Final Question of the game, and today’s category of choice is Websites. Let’s go surf the web!

The Trivia Team is given a list of four ultra-popular websites and asked to place them in order based on the years in which they launched.


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(Cont.) #57 - Which Historical Figure Was the Farthest Ahead of Their Time?