Here are the five questions of the day!
1. The protestant community, WASP (Wealthy/White/Anglo Saxon Protestant) has had a major influence over politics and economics of the USA since its formation. So far, who has been the USA’s only Catholic president?
2. The 1960 film La Dolce Vita features a conflicted journalist, a beautiful actress, and an irritating photographer whose screen name gave rise to a term used for tabloid photographers obsessed with celebrities. What term is derived from Italian for buzzing mosquito?
3. Android developers have assigned code-names in alphabetical order based on general dessert names. Version 4.4 bore the name of the product, created by Rowntree’s of York, the UK in 1935 and now globally produced by Nestlé. What is the code name/product?
4. The most common viral infection among humans is the common cold. The name of the virus is derived from the Greek term meaning ‘of the nose’. Which virus?
5. During the Olympic Games in London in July 2012, Michael Phelps surpassed which former Soviet gymnast to become the all-time record holder for most Olympic medals won? (PICTURE)
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1. John F Kennedy
2. Paparazzi from Paparazzo
4. Rhino Virus
5. Larisa Latynina