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#265690 - Sat May 21 2005 11:18 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
bracklaman Offline
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First one goes to England now another of us is going to Shanghai...how wonderfully exotic. The best I can offer is a trip to Cardiff next Monday (I'm sneaking off work early so don't tell anyone) to see the British Isles Lions Rugby Team take on Argentine in a secret warm up game before they go to NZ to encounter the All Blacks.
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#265691 - Sat May 21 2005 02:23 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
ElfTwinkle Offline
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Registered: Wed Jul 10 2002
Posts: 14929
Loc: Crazy Canuck   
Round 16 is now closed -- results momentarily.

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#265692 - Sat May 21 2005 02:35 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Thu Sep 30 1999
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Quote:

NZ to encounter the All Blacks



Now THAT sounds inviting! Woohoo!!
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#265693 - Sat May 21 2005 03:14 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
ElfTwinkle Offline
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Registered: Wed Jul 10 2002
Posts: 14929
Loc: Crazy Canuck   
Trivia Rounds - May: Round 16/May 16th RESULTS: 8 players participated


QUESTION 1
Quote:

Name of a movie released BEFORE 2005/this year starring actor Leslie Nielsen (Note: movies released in 2005 or later, movies made for TV, and movies that Leslie Nielsen was either uncredited or just provided the voice for a character will NOT be accepted)




10 points: Men With Brooms, Wrongfully Accused, The Poseidon Adventure, The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smeell Of Fear, Mr. Magoo, Dangerous Curves, The Amsterdam Kill, Rosie

5 points: Everyone scored 10 points

Not Mentioned: There were lots more to chose from --- This site gives a list (Note: this list includes the responses which I specified would not be accepted as well)



QUESTION 2
Quote:

A fiction book/novel written by Lucy Maud Montgomery




10 points: The Story Girl, Anne Of Ingleside, Anne Of The Island, Anne's House Of Dreams, Anne Of Green Gables, Kilmeny Of The Orchard

5 points: Anne Of Windy Poplars (aka Anne of Windy Willows) (2)

Not Mentioned: Anne of Avonlea, Rainbow Valley, Rilla of Ingleside, Emily of New Moon, Emily Climbs, Emily's Quest, The Golden Road, Chronicles of Avonlea, Further Chronicles of Avonlea, Pat of Silver Bush, Mistress Pat, The Blue Castle, Magic For Marigold, Jane of Lantern Hill, A Tangled Web



QUESTION 3
Quote:

Title of a song on the album, Phantom Power (released in 1998) by Tragically Hip




10 points: Bobcaygeon, Membership, Fireworks, The Rules, Chagrin Falls, Escape Is At Hand For The Travellin' Man

5 points: Vapour Trails (2)

Not mentioned: Poets, Something On, Save The Planet, Thompson Girl, Emperor Penguin




QUESTION 4
Quote:

The 2005 Men's Ice Hockey World Championship was played from April 30th to May 15th --- name one of the teams that made up group B or Group C




10 points: Canada, Denmark, Ukraine

5 points: Sweden (2), Finland (3)

Not Mentioned: USA, Latvia, Slovenia


QUESTION 5
Quote:

There's been a UFO sighting --- give me the name of a place in Canada that has an Intergalactic roadside attraction (There are at least 5)




10 points: Lac La Biche, Alberta (Space Dock); Windsor, Ontario (Space Craft); Moonbeam, Ontario (Flying Saucer)

5 points: St. Paul, Alberta (U.F.O. Data Centre and Landing Pad) (3); Vulcan, Alberta (Starship Enterprise/FX6-1995-A) and Vulcan, Alberta (Vulcan Tourist and Trek Station) (2)

Not Mentioned: These are the 5 places that I am aware of --- There may be others as well. (Note: There are actually 6 Intergalactic roadside attractions in Canada, but only 5 places as Vulcan, Alberta is home to 2 of them)

Yes, there really is a place called Moonbeam in Ontario/Canada --- it's located north of Timmins, 303 miles northwest of Sudbury and 12 miles south of Kapuskasing.



Results

Bracklaman: 50 points

ozzz2002: 45 points
ren33: 45 points
spanishliz: 45 points

cinnam0n: 40 points
santana2002: 40points

gatsby722: 35 points
Mugaboo: 35 points


Congratulations to Bracklaman who collects a point for this round.


Thanks for playing everyone!



(edited because I just realized now that I had the wrong round # at the top of this post )


Edited by ElfTwinkle (Sun Jun 05 2005 11:04 AM)

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#265694 - Sat May 21 2005 08:28 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Sun Mar 07 2004
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Loc: Graham, Texas, USA
Round 18 is now closed.
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#265695 - Sat May 21 2005 09:05 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
ChrisSchu Offline
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Registered: Sun Mar 07 2004
Posts: 282
Loc: Graham, Texas, USA
ROUND 18 RESULTS

Eight people played this round.

Question 1:
Quote:

The 40th Annual Academy of Country Music awards were held last night. Name one of the people who won an award.



For 10 points:
Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Alison Krauss, Stuart Duncan, Neal McCoy, Dan Dugmore, Chris Ledoux

Not Accepted:
Terri Clark (sorry, not this year. There's always next time!)

Not Mentioned:
Kenny Chesney, Rascal Flatts, Gretchen Wilson, Brooks & Dunn, Tim McGraw, and others.

Question 2:
Quote:

Give a 2-letter word beginning with the letter A.



For 10 points:
aa (type of lava), ag (agriculture), ai (type of sloth), ar (letter 'R'), at

For 5 points:
am [3]

Not Mentioned:
ab, ae (one), ah, al (East Indian tree), an, ao (god of clouds), as, av (Hebrew month), aw, ax, ay (aye)

Question 3:
Quote:

Name someone who was on the jury that decided the winner of Survivor: Palau.



For 10 points:
Gregg

For 5 points:
Caryn [3], Janu [4]

Not Mentioned:
Coby, Stephanie, Jennifer, Ian

Question 4:
Quote:

Name a track off of the Toby Keith album Honkytonk University.



For 10 points:
"As Good As I Once Was", "Big Blue Note", "Knock Yourself Out", "Where You Gonna Go", "You Caught Me At a Bad Time"

For 5 points:
"Your Smile" [3]

Not Mentioned:
"Honkytonk U", "She Ain't Hooked On Me No More", "Just the Guy to Do It", "She Left Me", "You Ain't Leavin' (Thank God Are Ya)", "I Got It Bad"

Question 5:
Quote:

Name something in your living room.



For 10 points:
Clock, VCR, Toy Box, A big fridge, Coal Scuttle, figurine of Welsh lady, woodburning stove, train set

EVERYBODY GETS 10 POINTS!!!!!!!!!!

Scores:
45: Mugaboo, cinnam0n, ElfTwinkle
40: ozzz2002, ren33, bracklaman
35: gatsby722, Santana2002

Thanks for playing!
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#265696 - Sun May 22 2005 03:09 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
Round 19 Results!

This Round was fun to read through for me (as mostly expected ). Here goes:

A Notable Woman With The First, Middle Or Last Name 'May' (Or 'Mae')

For 10 points:
Brenda Mae Tarpley (better known as singer Brenda Lee), Rita Mae Brown (author), May Gibbs (Australian author of children's books), Mae West ("Come on up and see me sometime!" actress of yore), Liza May Minelli (singer/actress), Betty Mae Jumper (Seminole Indian tribal leader and publisher), May Arkwright Hutton (suffragist).

For 5 points:
Louisa May Alcott (author)(2).

Many others.

A Juror On The O.J. Simpson Final Criminal Trial That Acquitted Him

For 10 points:
Marsha Rubin-Jackson, Lionel Cryer, Beatrice Wilson, Brenda Moran, Amanda Cooley.

For 5 points:
Sheila Woods(2), Carrie Bess(2).

The best link I found was
www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/Simpson/finaljury.html

I accepted the Seat Numbers given.

A Feature Film Starring Shirley Booth

There aren't very many - but you all dug around a bit .

For 10 points:
Main Street.

For five points:
About Mrs. Leslie(3), Come Back Little Sheba(3) - awe inspiring performance, Hot Spell(2).

A Famous Person Who Died In May 2004


For 10 points:
Barney Kessel (jazz guitarist), Ramona Trinidad Iglesias (at one point the oldest human on Earth), Tommy Farrell (actor), Olive Osmond (mother of The Osmonds), Andrew Cavendish (11th Duke Of Devonshire), "Red" Adair (firefighter).

For 5 points:
Tony Randall (actor)(2).

One disallowed. Achsah Young (the first woman burned as an accused witch in Salem, Massachusetts. Didn't happen in 2004 ). Note: I just caught that one. Had I noticed it earlier I wouldv'e PMed.

Something People Do Without Generally Wearing Socks

All 10 points on this one!

Use the jacuzzi, Sunbathe, Get an operation in the hospital, Shower, Gardening, Walk barefoot, Kickbox, Firewalk (ouch), Use the foot spa.

The Scores!

9 players this time! Thanks to you all for giving such cool answers.

Mugaboo, ren33, Santana2002 - 45 points!

bracklaman, cinnamon, ozzz2002 - 40 points!

ElfTwinkle, Exit10, littlewoman2 - 35 ponts!

Excellent job! Congrats to the top scorers (and everybody !).


Edited by gatsby722 (Sun May 22 2005 03:36 AM)
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#265697 - Sun May 22 2005 09:11 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Fri Sep 28 2001
Posts: 4253
Loc: Brisbane Queensland Australia
Oops! Forgot to post Sunday 22 May Round.
Brought to you by the letter 'S'.

1. South Dakota - please name a symbol (e.g. animal, flower, bird etc.)
2. Spider - please name an Australian spider
3. Please name a Patron Saint of sexual temptation.
Real Bonus Point - what is the common bond between these saints?
4. A currency that starts with 'S'. Spelling counts and please name the country.
5. A type of shellfish.

NB. There is no need to provide references. If in doubt, when I am compiling scores then I will let you know.


Edited by Exit10 (Sun May 22 2005 09:21 PM)

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#265698 - Mon May 23 2005 03:52 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
kevinatilusa Offline
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Registered: Fri May 17 2002
Posts: 365
Loc: California USA       
And here's a somewhat belated Round 21

Please give:

1. A female competitor in the Van Cliburn Piano Competition currently taking place in Texas.
2. An 18th century British Monarch
3. An element from the 2nd row of the periodic table (the one starting at element #3)
4. One of the 6 current states (or Länder) of Germany which lie at least partly on land that once was part of East Germany.
5. A full-length novel by Jeffrey Archer

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#265699 - Mon May 23 2005 05:52 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Mon Apr 14 2003
Posts: 8848
Loc: France
ROUND 23 - MONDAY

Please give me:

1) A Flowering Plant of the Arctic Tundra
2) Something edible which begins with the letter Q
3) A type of goldfish
4) A part of the human gastro-intestinal tract
5) A Viking god or goddess

Edited: to correct the round number


Edited by Santana2002 (Tue May 24 2005 12:22 AM)
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#265700 - Mon May 23 2005 06:32 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
LeoDaVinci Offline
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Registered: Fri Mar 23 2001
Posts: 12015
Loc: Ontario Canada
Finally, I'm all settled in for the summer after a long journey from Toronto to Israel... got rid of the jetlag and set up base in my old room!

Round XVII - May 17th, 2005...

The Results!

7 people played this round...

Question I: Name of the tallest peaks on any continent...
For 10 points: Kilimanjaro - Africa, Aconcagua - S. America, Puncak Jaya - Oceanea
For 5 points: Vinson Massif - Antarctica (2), Everest - Asia (2)
Not Mentioned: Mt. McKinley - N. America, Elbrus - Europe
Not Accepted: Tupangato is a tall peak in the Andes Mountains, second only to Aconcagua...

All of the world's over 8,000m peaks are located in the Himalayan Mountain range, and are growing taller with each passing year!

Question II: Name one of the world's seven tallest towers...
For 10 points: CN Tower - Toronto, Canada; Kiev TV Tower - Kiev, Ukraine; Menara Kuala Lumpur - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
For 5 points: Oriental Pearl Tower - Shanghai, China (3)
Not Accepted #1: Shun Hung Square, the tallest steel building in China, stands tall at 384m (1260ft). Unfortunately, this places it at #8 in the running.
Not Accepted #2: Petronas Tower (1 and 2), despite its name, is a building and not a tower. Until 2003, they were the tallest buildings in the world.
Not Mentioned: Ostankino Tower - Moscow, Russia; Central Radio & TV Tower - Beijing, China; Tianjin TV Tower - Tianjin, China

Question III: In the 2004 movie Walking Tall, name one of the actors/actresses that played a character that had a last name...
For 10 points: Johnny Knoxville as Ray Templeton; Kristen Wilson as Michelle Vaughn; Eric Breker as Deputy Ralston; Eric Keenleyside as Dan Stadler.
For 5 points: Barbara Tarbuck as Connie Vaughn (2); John Beasley as Chris Vaughn Sr. (2);
Not mentioned: The Rock, Neal McDonough, Khleo Thomas, Michael Bowen, and Tom Scholte.

Question IV: Basketball is a game for tall people, and the NBA playoffs are going on right now. Name one of the teams that is still in contention...
For 10 points: Denver Nuggets, Miami Heat
For 5 points: San Antonio Spurs (3), Detroit Pistons (2)
Not mentioned: Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, Indiana Pacers, and the Seattle Sonics. When I posted the round, the Heat had already swept the Washington Wizards in 4 games.

Question V: Name a Guinness World record having to do with the tallest something, in the plant kingdom...
For 10 points: Tallest Living Tree (the Stratosphere Giant); Tallest Rose "Bush"; Tallest (Box) Hedge; Tallest Cactus; The Royal Botanic Gardens (Tallest specimens of 138 species of tree)
For 5 points: Tallest Petunia (2)
Not Accepted: Palm Canyon - Believe me, I looked up and down the Guinness site and couldn't find a mention of the place.


The Results:
Our winner: ElfTwinkle with 45! points...
The rest:
40 points: Mugaboo and bracklaman
35 points: ren33 and ozzz2002
30 points: Santana2002
25 points: cinnamOn and gatsby722

Thanks to all for playing.
Congratulations to ElfTwinkle.
Have a great week!
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#265701 - Mon May 23 2005 11:10 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
LittleWoman2 Offline
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Registered: Wed Aug 11 2004
Posts: 5659
Loc: Alabama USA
Round 20 will be closing in about five hours. I intended to post results earlier, so I apologize for the delay. Any last minute players better send me a PM soon!

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#265702 - Mon May 23 2005 06:53 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
LittleWoman2 Offline
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Registered: Wed Aug 11 2004
Posts: 5659
Loc: Alabama USA
Round 20 Results:

Nine players this round.

Question 1: Name a regular character on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.”

10 points: Sue Ann Nivens, Phyllis Lindstrom
5 points: Mary Richards (2), Georgette Franklin Baxter (2), Murray Slaughter (2)
Not accepted: Dr. Walter Udall, who was not a regular character. He appeared in only one episode.

Not mentioned: Rhoda Morgenstern, Lou Grant, Ted Baxter, Gordy Howard

Question 2: Name a country that shares a land border with Brazil.

10 points: Bolivia, Suriname, Argentina, Guyana, French Guiana
5 points: Uruguay (2), Peru (2)

Not mentioned: Venezuela, Colombia, Paraguay

Question 3: Name one of the wives of King Henry VIII.

10 points: Anne Boleyn, Kathryn Howard, Catherine of Aragon
5 points: Katherine Parr (3), Anne of Cleves (3)

Not mentioned: Jane Seymour

Question 4: Name a famous film star who died before he or she reached age 50.

10 points: Sal Mineo, Judy Garland, Carole Lombard, Gerard Philipe, James Dean, John Candy, Lassie (I know I didn't specify whether the film star should be human or animal, and that's why I allowed this last answer.)
5 points: Natalie Wood (2)

Not mentioned: Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift, River Phoenix, Rudolph Valentino

Question 5: Name an actor who played Audrey Hepburn’s love interest in any of her films.

10 points: Fred Astaire, Peter Finch, Gregory Peck, Albert Finney, Jeremy Brett
5 points: Rex Harrison (2)
Not accepted: Fred MacMurray, Spencer Tracy – Neither actor appeared in a film with Audrey Hepburn.

Not mentioned: William Holden, Cary Grant, Humphrey Bogart, James Garner, Gary Cooper, Peter O'Toole, Sean Connery, George Peppard, and others

Scores:

45 points: Santana2002

40 points: Gatsby722, Mugaboo, ElfTwinkle

35 points: Cinnam0n, Exit10

30 points: Ren33, Bracklaman

25 points: Ozzz2002


Congratulations to Santana2002, and thanks for playing, everyone!

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#265703 - Tue May 24 2005 12:43 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
JaneMarple Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14484
Loc: North West of England
Tuesday 24 May

1. Name something children leave all over the house.
2. What reason do kids get sent home from school.
3. Name an appliance that lasts for years.
4. Name something that puts people to sleep.
5. Name a candy bar (or chocolate bar) that has nuts in it.

Good luck everybody!
(edited to make q5 clearer!)


Edited by JaneMarple (Tue May 24 2005 01:29 AM)
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#265704 - Tue May 24 2005 06:15 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Fri Sep 28 2001
Posts: 4253
Loc: Brisbane Queensland Australia
Sunday 22 May.
Round 22 will be closing on Wednesday afternoon.

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#265705 - Wed May 25 2005 04:27 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
Flynn_17 Offline
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Posts: 1138
Loc: Hull Yorkshire England UK     
No results from the 21st of May yet?
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#265706 - Wed May 25 2005 04:41 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
cinnam0n Offline
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Posts: 6743
Loc: Pennsylvania USA
Some folks leave their quizzes open longer than 48 hours for various reasons, Flynn. Some like more people to get a chance to play, others may have problems getting to a computer, etc. The quiz for Round 21 wasn't posted til early Monday morning, so it's only just been a little over that now. It'll come....

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#265707 - Wed May 25 2005 06:40 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
Flynn_17 Offline
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Registered: Tue May 17 2005
Posts: 1138
Loc: Hull Yorkshire England UK     
Don't mind me. I fall in and out of this topic when it suits me. *drops off the edge*
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#265708 - Wed May 25 2005 09:58 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
Well, speaking for myself Flynn (and seeing as how you don't participate in The Rounds), who are you to get all fussy about timeliness in posting? Drop in at will. Join in at will. No need to be the "clock police", though. We all eventually get the job done.


Edited by gatsby722 (Wed May 25 2005 10:02 AM)
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#265709 - Wed May 25 2005 11:57 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Tue May 17 2005
Posts: 1138
Loc: Hull Yorkshire England UK     
Nooooo, it's not like that. I didn't know what time frame it worked on here... honest!















Honest!
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#265710 - Wed May 25 2005 03:10 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
ozzz2002 Offline
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Registered: Mon Dec 03 2001
Posts: 20393
Loc: Sydney
NSW Australia
Thursday's Round

Question 1 Last night, Queensland narrowly defeated New South Wales in the the first game of Rugby League State of Origin series. Danny Buderus was the captain, but can you tell me the name of any previous NSW captain?

Question 2 Most chemical symbols are simply the first initial {or two) of the element they represent, (eg C=Carbon and Li= Lithium). Give me the name and symbol of an element that does not follow this 'rule'.

Question 3 In my last round I asked for an Alistair MacLean novel set against a non-war background. In this round, I want to know a book by the same author that IS set in wartime.

Question 4 The Scrabble fraternity in Australia hold regular tournaments throughout the year. Please tell me the name or location of a tourney that is to be held in New South Wales between now and the end of the year.

Question 5 Artist have used all sorts of media to create their works, but can you name a 'painting' made from Jelly Belly jelly beans?


As I am heading interstate for a Scrabble tourney tomorrow, this round will not close until Monday afternoon.
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#265711 - Wed May 25 2005 04:16 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
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Loc: Hobart Tasmania Australia     
ROUND 25 (Wednesday) QUESTIONS

1) In Norse Mythology, one of the offspring of the god Loki

2) You are going away for a night, name one thing that you would put in an overnight bag

3) The name of an island in the Chatham Islands (New Zealand). This incudes the collective name given to group of rocks.

4) A mammal that was 'discovered' (i.e. became known to Western science) in the twentieth century.

5) The name of any ambassador in the sci-fi TV series "Babylon 5". This does not included un-named ambassadors (for example, I won't accept "the Drazi ambassador" as an answer)

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#265712 - Thu May 26 2005 12:59 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
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Posts: 14484
Loc: North West of England
Round 24 is closed...any more answers will have to be in in the next ten minutes!
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#265713 - Thu May 26 2005 01:26 AM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14484
Loc: North West of England
Round 24 results!
1. Name something children leave all over the house.
For ten points:
Shoes, socks, empty crisp (chip) packet) dirt from their shoes, clothes
For five points:
Crumbs (2), Mud/ Muddy Footprints (2), Lego blocks (2), Fingerprints (2),
Not mentioned:
Books and more!

2. What reason do kids get sent home from school.
For ten points:
Frozen Heating pipes, End of Class, Feeling ill, heavy snow fall, forgotten their homework, a terrorist attack,
For five points:
Their attire/violating the dress code (3) Having head lice, (4)
Not mentioned:
Teacher’s strike and more

3. Name an appliance that should last for years.
For ten points:
A "Teas-made" morning coffee/tea maker with alarm clock, Dryer, Kettle, an air conditioner, electric fire, Toaster, Toaster oven (guessing they are different than plain toasters and ovens) breadmaker, a brand new PC, microwave, oven,
For five points:
Refridgerator, (2),
Not mentioned:
Coffee perculateor, freezer, and I am sure more!

4. Name something that puts people to sleep.
For ten points:
Boring Class or lecture, Exercise, A George W. Bush speech , Nytol, being hypnotised, watching TV late at night, counting sheep, Ether, boring tv shows, bad movies, lavender, a chess match on television, reading,
For five points:
Everybody got 10 points!
Not mentioned:
A lullaby and more!

5. Name a candy bar that has nuts in it.
For ten points:
Cadbury’s fruit and nut, Mr Big, Hershey’s Take 5, Topic, Payday, Cadbury’s Picnic, Cadbury Hazelnut block, Look candy bar, Hersey bar with almonds, Twix,
For five points:
Snickers, (3)
Not mentioned:
Cadbury’s whole nut, and I’m sure more!

13 people played this round!

SCORES
Cinnamon – 50
Flynn – 45
Leo – 45
Little Woman – 45
Mugaboo – 45
Santana – 45
Ozzz – 45

Beaker - 40
Elf – 40
Gatsby – 40
Ren – 40

Gemini – 35
Kuu – 35


Thank you for playing everybody... and congrats Cinnamon!


Edited by JaneMarple (Sun May 29 2005 08:42 AM)
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#265714 - Thu May 26 2005 11:02 PM Re: May 2005 Trivia Rounds
kevinatilusa Offline
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Registered: Fri May 17 2002
Posts: 365
Loc: California USA       
Round 21 is in its closing minutes, and results should be up shortly.

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