TRIVIA - HODGEPODGE
1. Wilhelm II was the final ruler of both the German Empire and the Prussian Kingdom, consequently the last person to hold this title until World War I ended and he took a hard roll exit to the Netherlands.
2. On the day Germany signs an armistice agreement, this Central European nation regains its independence after enduring 123 years of partitions by Russia, Prussia, and Austria.
3. This very traditional holy day, known by some observers as the Feast of Trumpets, necessitates 100 blows through a hollowed out ram’s horn known as a shofar.
4. Here we dial 911. In this small but tall country whose flag loosely resembles two wings, they dial 100.
5. The Hundred Years War began when English King Edward III refused homage to the King of this country.
6. John Malkovich wasn’t expecting to get hit in the head with a beer can by some drive-by extra who yelled “Hey Malkovich, head’s up!” in this movie.
7. George C. Scott tirades unhinged about pending nuclear war, then accidentally trips, hits the floor, rolls over, pops back up and continues his unhinged rant without missing a beat.
8. Tommy Lee Jones forgot his line so blurted out “I don’t care,” knowing that a U.S. Marshall wouldn’t concern himself an escaped convict’s wrongful conviction.