545. Mayan Calendar.|
Reply #1442. Jan 03 12, 12:28 AM
543. They've all changed their names at least once?|
Reply #1443. Jan 03 12, 1:25 AM
546 is a haiku.|
Reply #1444. Jan 03 12, 7:48 AM
Reply #1445. Jan 03 12, 3:01 PM
547. Blackjack-Jack Black|
Reply #1446. Jan 03 12, 11:16 PM
492 is the Fourteen Points. The countries listed are the order they appear in text.|
543 is not about name changing.
544 is die/dice.
545 is the Mayan calendar.
546 is a haiku.
547 is blackjack/Jack Black.
548 is blue.
Believe it or not, I already have Sunday's questions written. I seemed productive today.
Reply #1447. Jan 05 12, 3:14 PM
543. No mascot?|
Reply #1448. Jan 05 12, 4:30 PM
542. Burl Ives|
Reply #1449. Jan 06 12, 10:58 PM
542 is not Burl Ives.|
543 is not about mascots.
Like I said, I wrote these questions with some found free time.
-Do not answer until Monday. Now you have half a day.-
549. Whose second name is a well known British king, third name is a well known Spanish king, and whose fourth name is a well known French king?
550. Take a verb in the present tense. Then take its past tense. Put those two words together to make one word, and you get a noun. What is the noun?
??551. Just like #550, but what name can you get if you do the same thing with a set of verbs, but you don’t put them together by leaving them as two separate words?
552. The voices that have been calling my name and the sweet sound that has called the young sailors can both be attributed to what?
553. Visually, the autism awareness ribbon is different from most other awareness ribbons how?
554. What do these literary characters have in common? Willy Loman, Edmon Dantes, Santiago, Quasmido, Bilbo Baggins, Chingachgook, James Gatsby, The Arab, Vito Corleone, and Hank Morgan.
Reply #1450. Jan 08 12, 9:27 AM
554. They are the title characters in their respective works (Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway, The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo, The Hobbit, or There and Back Again by J. R. R. Tolkien, The Last of the Mohicans [though that was actually Uncas, Chingachgook's son] by James Fenimore Cooper, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Stranger by Albert Camus, The Godfather by Mario Puzo, and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Mark Twain)|
Reply #1451. Jan 09 12, 12:01 AM
549. The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William Arthur Philip Louis. |
Reply #1452. Jan 09 12, 12:27 AM
549. That would be the brother-in-law of Pippa Middleton: William Arthur Philip Louis--The Duke of Cambridge. |
Reply #1453. Jan 09 12, 12:32 AM
552. The Rainbow Connection (from the song of the same name by Kermit the Frog)|
Reply #1454. Jan 09 12, 12:36 AM
553. It has a jigsaw puzzle pattern on it.|
Reply #1455. Jan 09 12, 1:28 AM
Reply #1456. Jan 09 12, 1:39 AM
I'm not sure about 554, as I was guessing "title characters" before I saw Chingachgook. I haven't read The Last of the Mohicans, so I'm not sure, but I'm fairly certain that Uncas is technically the "last."|
(I'm only saying this because all of the other ones fit very well with that theme. This could be completely wrong)
Also, it should be either Jay Gatsby or James Gatz; he changes his first and last name.
Reply #1457. Jan 09 12, 5:50 AM
Wow, somehow missed daBomb's first post. I'm dumb!|
Reply #1458. Jan 09 12, 5:51 AM
Could that be one of my favorite classic games.... Dig Dug?
Reply #1459. Jan 09 12, 10:17 AM
542. Do these pictures allude to song tites like Bridge Over Troubled Water and Stairway to Heaven?|
Reply #1460. Jan 10 12, 12:50 AM
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