Thanks for the info, OZ!|
Reply #602. Nov 18 10, 10:40 PM
Cowboys, Lighthouse of Alexandria, and Cheers are all correct.|
As much as Sonic/Coins maybe right, it's not 100% correct because they are called 'rings'. There is another famous series, and the word that you anagram is not 'in' the video game. It's more or less what video games have in general.
For the list of animals, it is NOT about currency in other countries, or anything that would take that much research to gather. According to YouTube, it's about 3 minutes long.
Six new questions, or half a dozen of the same.
236. Take the name of a very famous book. Remove the middle letter, and then spell the word backwards. You now get the last name of a very famous artist. What are the words?
237. What two companies that once had a trademark dispute that was settled in 2007 made the news on November 16, 2010?
238. Name a word that would describe a ringworm. Change the last letter to a ‘T’. If you rearrange these letters, you can get a 3-word phrase that was a quote from a popular film in 1983, and has become strangely popular meme on the Internet. What is the word/quote?
239. What famous American author has in their name an A, E, I, O, 'U' and Y? They can repeated a vowel more than once, but the name of the author has to be the name the author is referred by. Several people do, in fact, meet the requirements, but there is definitely a most famous of the answers.
240. What letter comes next in this series? A, B, G, D, E, Z, E, T, ?
241. What do these plants have in common? Grapes, plum tree, sunflowers, olive tree, cypress, cherry tree, irises, and wheat.
Reply #603. Nov 21 10, 7:43 PM
237. Apple, I-Tunes, Beatles.|
Reply #604. Nov 21 10, 8:35 PM
240. the letter I, for Iota, the next letter in the Greek alphabet|
Reply #605. Nov 21 10, 8:40 PM
241. Featured in Vincent Van Gogh's paintings.|
Reply #606. Nov 21 10, 9:36 PM
237. Would that be the EMI vs. Apple fiasco concerning putting the Beatles catalog on iTunes?|
P.S. Howdy GOW! Just started searching the chat boards today, and caught sight of the brain teasers here. Very nice!
Reply #607. Nov 22 10, 10:12 AM
236. Iliad becomes Dali|
And sorry for posting a second correct answer to 237. Not thinking straight today.
Reply #608. Nov 22 10, 10:15 AM
230. Gah! I meant icons.|
Reply #610. Nov 22 10, 5:58 PM
237. Apple (the technology company) and Apple Records, a record label founded by The Beatles, who disputed their respective names; on November 16, 2010, Apple announced the release of various Beatles albums on iTunes.|
Reply #611. Nov 22 10, 6:00 PM
238. 'Parasite' describes ringworm. Admiral Ackbar cried "It's a trap!" in the 1983 movie Return of the Jedi.|
Reply #612. Nov 22 10, 10:59 PM
Cant be sonic if he stated its a different series|
Reply #613. Nov 22 10, 11:19 PM
230. Take the name of a popular video game series. Rearrange the letters, and you get something this video game series has a lot of. What are the words?|
But then your clue said that it is not 'in' the video game, but video games in general. So how could the video game series have a lot of it in general, if it is not 'in' the video game?
I'm just going to throw out there Mario/Moira. Or Doom/mood.
Or better yet; Madden/Demand. Games have a certain level of demand, don't they? Some not as much as others, but, Call of Duty, for instance, has a high demand. :-)
Reply #614. Nov 29 10, 10:19 AM
The last six are all correct. Also, I was looking for Madden/Demand, mostly in terms of sales, but I guess also in the playing of the game. Plus Schoolhouse Rock was right.|
Also to let you know, the website dedicated to questions from this chat board is almost up.
But for now, six questions so philosophical, you can call them the 'deep six'. Not really, pretty standard.
242. What other notable person should also be included on this list? Isaac Newton, Clara Barton, Conrad Hilton, Robert Ripley, Humphrey Bogart, Jimmy Buffett, and Karl Rove.
243. How many darts would it take to reach the number 501, which is also a popular version of darts?
244. Rearrange the word ‘overawed’ to get something in American history. What is it?
245. What number goes ninth in this list? 2, 5, 5, 4, 5, 6, 3, 7, ?
246. What do these musicals have in common? Carnival; Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas; Fiorello; Hello, Dolly; Mamma Mia; Oklahoma; Oliver; and Swing.
247. Take a word that might describe tile. If you rearrange the letters, you can get two words: the first word is a sport, and the second word is something you use in the sport. What are the words?
Reply #615. Nov 29 10, 8:48 PM
242. Jesus Christ|
Reply #616. Nov 29 10, 9:11 PM
243. 9 (7 x 60, 1 x 51, 1 x 30)|
Reply #617. Nov 29 10, 10:14 PM
244. Roe v Wade|
Reply #618. Nov 29 10, 10:19 PM
247. Golf and Iron|
Reply #619. Nov 29 10, 10:27 PM
242. Rod serling would also count as a December 25 birthday|
Reply #620. Nov 29 10, 10:40 PM
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