Jeopardy KEN JENNINGS ON WINNING STREAKS Questions
Collection of crowd sourced questions and answers for the Jeopardy game.
(Ken Jennings presents the clue.) After going 7 and 3 arguing before the Supreme Court he reeled off an amazing 22 straight wins including the unanimously decided Brown vs. the Board of Education and would join the court himself in 1967View Answer
(Ken Jennings presents the clue.) This Midwesterner did have some down years in his 50-plus-year investing success story but also some pretty good streaks including a nine-year run where shares in his company increased in value by an average of 52% a yearView Answer
(Ken Jennings presents the clue.) In the 19th century Mischief Vigilant and appropriately Defender kept this item in the hands of the U.S. for what eventually added up to 132 years and 24 defenses including one led by Ted Turner--yes that Ted TurnerView Answer
(Ken Jennings presents the clue.) 28 publishers rejected the first book by this legal thriller master but he'd have the last laugh by writing 28 consecutive number one fiction bestsellersView Answer
(Ken Jennings presents the clue.) The Persian Empire fell to him in the 330s B.C. then Western Asia Minor the Mediterranean coast Egypt on into India; not bad for a guy barely over 30View Answer