We love giving away Hobika's money. Every morning on the Keeler Show at 7:35, Keeler asks a question and listeners get the chance to win either $100 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday; or $500 on Thursdays.

It's really pretty simple. The correct caller has 7 seconds to beat the buzzer with the correct answer to the question delivered by Keeler.  Here are some questions previously used over the last few weeks.

Questions Part 2

 

The nickname Pot comes from the Spanish word Potiguaya, which means Marijuana Leaves. It’s a Mexican-Spanish word that is a contraction of potación de guaya, which referred to an alcoholic drink made of marijuana leaves soaked in Brandy or Wine. The name became popular in the United States in the late 1930s and early 1940s.

According to the 1964 film Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Rudolph’s father’s name was Donner. What was his mother’s name?  Mrs. Donner

Louis Chevrolet, was co founder of the Chevrolet Motor Company. He was known to have 2 professions. He was an automobile engineer, and was also employed as a what? Race Car Driver  

In the television movie, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, during the song “We’re a couple of misfits” - a bird speaks.  What word does the bird say?  A) It was an owl.  Who Who

When Santa said, Rudolph with your nose so bright, won’t you guide my sleigh tonight. What was Rudolph’s reply?  It would be an honor, sir.

After Santa told Rudolph he wanted his red nose to guide his sleigh, what did Donner (Rudoplh’s father) say? A) I knew that nose would be useful someday. I knew it all along. 

In a recent study talked about earlier this morning, the top 3 swords that make people laugh are what?  Upchuck, jiggly, and yap

Utica City FC debuting in Utica Sunday. They used to be the Syracuse Silver Knights. What year did the Silver Knights play their first game?  2011 

What year did the Peanuts comic strip debut?  1950

Ed Sheeran has the Billboard Hot 100 #2 song for 2018. Which artists captured the #1 spot?  Drake

How old was Brenda Lee when she made her singing Network Television debut?   10  On March 31, 1955, the 10-year-old made her network debut on Ozark Jubilee in Springfield, Missouri.ABC  (Rockin Around the Christmas Tree was when she was 13)

The Hawaiian Christmas song Mele Kalikimaka was first made famous in 1950 by the Andrew Sisters and this artist. Bing Crosby 

What year did Trinkaus Manor burn to the ground?  1992

Name one famous song from the 1949 movie Neptune’s Daughter.  • "Baby, It's Cold Outside" - Esther Williams and Ricardo Montalbán, Betty Garrett and Red Skelton

•Loesser wrote the duet in 1944 and premiered the song with his wife at their Navarro Hotel housewarming party. It went on to win the Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 22nd Academy Awards.[8]

•"I Love Those Men" - Betty Garrett with Red Skelton and Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra

•"My Heart Beats Faster" - Ricardo Montalbán

•"Jungle Rhumba" - Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra

Which artist was the first to record the song, Frosty the Snowman?  Gene Autry 

What’s the name of this Vince Guaraldi hit song?   Linus and Lucy (Not the Peanuts Theme or Charlie Brown theme). 1964

'The year without a Santa Claus' was a book written in 1956, Its became a TV special on ABC in December of what year? 1974

What is Penny Marshall’s brother’s name?  Gary 

Before it was called the West End Brewing Company, what was the name of the Brewery that is now the FX Matt Brewery?  Charles Bierbauer Brewery 

James Mad Dog Mattis is resigning.  Where is the headquarters for MD 20 20 Wine?  Westfield, NY 

NBC, the national broadcast company.  CBS is the Columbia Broadcasting System. Since 1985, ESPN Inc. doesn’t stand for anything. What did it stand for?  Entertainment and Sports Programming Network

Who holds the world record for singing the lowest note ever sung by a human?  Tim Storms

In the 1680’s, Irish Doctor Sir Hans Sloan created this medicine which is now a popular drink for kids, and adults.  Chocolate Milk