Jeopardy HISTORICALLY SHAMELESS Questions
Collection of crowd sourced questions and answers for the Jeopardy game.
(William H. Macy presents the clue.) Though he shamelessly threw around accusations of communist affiliation his influence ended in 1954 when a lawyer asked Have you no sense of decency?View Answer
(Jeremy Allen White presents the clue.) Unashamed of his circus hoaxes he described himself in 1869 as preeminent among all who have sought to furnish healthful entertainment to the American peopleView Answer
(William H. Macy presents the clue.) His name has come to mean a great lover & this 18th century Italian was quite shameless about his escapades trysting with nuns & writing to one woman I have no reason to blush at having made a conquest of youView Answer
(Shanola Hampton presents the clue.) In the early 1200s he established an Asian empire the size of Africa & doesn't seem to have many regrets since he's quoted as saying The greatest joy is to conquer your enemies and savor their despairView Answer
(William H. Macy presents the clue.) Rome's citizens must have rethought the whole one-man rule thing when this third emperor gleefully abused his power by making senators run beside his chariot & dissolving valuable pearls in his drinksView Answer