Trivia Chicken: Presidents and Politics
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Mar 10, 2011 - 98 pages
Trivia Chicken is a trivia game fully contained in a 5.25 inch x 8 inch trade paperback, including around 125 questions. Only pens and paper are needed to play the game. The game is expected to take around 2 hours and can be shortened if the players agree to skip sorties.This edition of the game, Presidents & Politics, contains trivia questions that are intended for American adults, therefore some subject matter may not be as familiar to other consumers. We continue to develop games in a variety of languages and cultural points-of-view. If there is a game you would like to see, we would love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.Games in this series include:Volume 1 - Heroes & VillainsVolume 2 - It's Geek to MeVolume 3 - Presidents & PoliticsVolume 4 - People, Places & ThingsVolume 5 - Movies & MediaVolume 6 - Rock & RollVolume 7 - Sports & RecreationVolume 8 - Tools & WeaponsVolume 9 - Women of DistinctionVolume 10 - Love, Sex & RomanceGet Trivia Chicken - Volume 0 - The Free Edition online!on Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/TriviaChickenon the Webhttp://www.triviachicken.comTrivia Chicken on Twitter - @TriviaChickenDo you know...Who was the first president to travel underwater in a submarine? Which president was a speed reader, having been clocked at up to 2,000 words per minute?Which US president took a second oath of office because the first time the word "faithfully" was misplaced?True or false - Jimmy Carter's great-grandfather, L.B. Walker Carter (1832-1874), was a private in the Confederate Army?William King, the US Vice President under Franklin Pierce, was the only VP ever sworn in while abroad, in a country 90 miles away. Which country was he in?What physical activity was John Quincy Adams known for to the point that he was once ambushed by a reporter whilst so engaged in the buff?"Intensely competitive, provocative and wildly addictive, Trivia Chicken is, without a doubt, the new platinum standard in trivia games."
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