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Question 1: In 1994, ________ Robert Luis Rivera used principles from the Kampilan Kali martial arts style to devise a curriculum for his weapons class that included using a newspaper as a weapon.
Brazilian Jiu-JitsuMartial artsChinese martial artsJujutsu

Question 2: These items included steel combs, pens, beermats, Polo mints, ________ and boots.
ShoelacesCottonAthletic shoeRope

Question 3: The Millwall brick was allegedly used as a stealth weapon at football matches in ________ during the 1960s and 1970s.
ScotlandEnglandUnited KingdomWales

Question 4: In 1995, guitarists Doug Aldrich and his hard rock band Bad Moon Rising released an ________ CD entitled Millwall Brick.
Extended playMagical Mystery TourA-side and B-sideGramophone record

Question 5: Larger newspapers such as The Guardian or ________ work best for a Millwall brick, and the police looked with suspicion at working class football fans who carried such newspapers.
FTSE GroupVedomostiFinancial TimesPearson PLC

Question 6: [5] In ________, Shihan Craig Finch (6th Dan) has analyzed the Millwall brick as a weapon in order to teach better unarmed defense against attacks using the Millwall brick.
Wadō-ryūShitō-ryūShotokanGōjū-ryū

Question 7: The 1994 ________ Chello, by Irish pop/rock band Blink includes the song, "Millwall Brick Mix".
Digital Audio TapeMiniDiscCompact DiscUniversal Media Disc

Question 8: London punk rock group the Millwall Chainsaws, who featured Spider Stacy, later of the ________, recorded a song called Millwall Brick in 1979.
Hell's DitchThe PoguesRum Sodomy & the LashShane MacGowan

Question 9: In the film The Bourne Supremacy, Jason Bourne (________) fashioned a similar weapon out of a magazine.
Brad PittBen AffleckGeorge ClooneyMatt Damon

Question 10: Because of their more innocent appearance, ________ newspapers became the newspapers of choice for Millwall bricks.
The Sun (newspaper)The TimesTabloidBroadsheet







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