Trivia Why's, Volume 3 - Updates, Corrections, and Additional Information
It is a golden rule of publishing that the moment after you release, an error will be discovered. For trivia, this is even more true, since records are set to be broken, and new knowledge is always being discovered. Hopefully, this page won't grow too quickly, but nevertheless your comments are most appreciated at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Question 6: Brett Favre broke Elways record with career win number 149 on September 16, 2007 against the Giants.
- Question 50: Rice added 3 touchdown catches in 2004-05 before retiring.
- Question 124: The song name should be "Hang on Sloopy" (the given song was a 1994 parody).
- Question 136: Extra information should reference Bismarck (2nd) instead of St. Paul (4th).
- Question 286: The Shar Pei also has a blue-black tongue.
- Question 330: Chris Evert also divorced Andy Mill, and married and divorced Greg Norman.
- Question 478: Cuba became independent.
- Question 660: Trevor Hoffman broke Smith's record on September 24, 2006.
- Question 918: Sosa is now retired.
- Question 1,080: Also appeared in the Cotton Bowl on January 2, 2006.
- Question 1,139: The movies use Jupiter (easier sets to build), but the novels use Saturn.
- Question 1,142: "Fathers'" should be "Father's" and "Veterans'" should be "Veterans".
- Question 1,236: Question should say "SECOND most goals per game", as he slipped behind Bossy before retiring again on January 24, 2006.
- Question 1,315: The pink (or red) color is a myth. Yak's milk is actually a creamy color.
- Question 1,662: "D.B." should be "Dan". D.B. Cooper was the name of a suspect who was interviewed and released.
- Question 1,890: The first opponent was the Bees, not the Red Sox (wrong league).
- Question 1,914: Kobe Bryant scored 81 points for the Lakers against the Raptors on January 22, 2006.
- Question 1,932: Anaheim dropped the "Mighty" from their name for the 2006-07 season.
- Question 2,004: The Braves also won their division in 2005.
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