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#305883 - Sun May 21 2006 07:56 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Round 22 ~ Monday

The theme is a movie I've never seen: South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. I don't really want to see the movie or anything. I just wanted to use the words in the title .

1. South - Tell me a country that lies entirely south of the Equator in Africa.
2. Park - Yosemite National Park in California has a few waterfalls in it that are over 300 feet high. Name one of them, please.
3. Bigger - They were big enough to be nominated as Best Musical for the Antoinette Perry ("Tony") Awards that were announced May 15, 2006. Name one of the 4 nominees in that category (no revivals!).
4. Longer - Nope. They were quite long enough, I reckon. Name a network series that debuted and was cancelled during or immediately after its first episode. No pilot episodes, please, since those aren't considered 'series' yet.
5. Uncut - Maybe some of these could have/should have been cut? Name a screen couple who won an MTV Movie Award for "Best Kiss" in the 1990s.

This'll be open until early Thursday and, as always, if you get stuck don't hesitate to PM me. Enjoy.
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#305884 - Mon May 22 2006 04:34 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
physalius Offline
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Registered: Mon May 15 2006
Posts: 677
Loc: Philippines
Round 22 ~ Monday


1. Mozambique
2. Sentinel Fall
3. The Drowsy Chaperone
4. The Dream X
5. Lauren Holly and Jim Carrey 1995

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#305885 - Mon May 22 2006 04:41 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
physalius Offline
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Registered: Mon May 15 2006
Posts: 677
Loc: Philippines
Round 19

1. Queen Anne of Great Britain
2. lemon
3. De Profundis
4. Clash by Night
5. Star Wars IV: A New Hope

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#305886 - Mon May 22 2006 04:54 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
physalius Offline
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Registered: Mon May 15 2006
Posts: 677
Loc: Philippines
Round 18

It may be May 19th in New Zealand but it is still May 18th in Forumland so I am not yet late.

1) The Germans
2) North Carolina
3) Colin
4) San Francisco Giants
5) Suriname

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#305887 - Mon May 22 2006 05:05 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
physalius Offline
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Registered: Mon May 15 2006
Posts: 677
Loc: Philippines
Round 17 questions

A Day at the Movies

1. My Dream is Yours

2. Tom Bueller

3. Best Adapted Screenplay

4. The Unbearable Lightness of Being

5. Brian Doyle-Murray

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#305888 - Mon May 22 2006 05:09 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
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Yikes. physalius - you need to PM your answers to the quiz host . There's a little flag blinking up on your "My Home". Click up there and you have a message (at least one). We'll get this all on the right page.
I like your answers, by the way !
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#305889 - Mon May 22 2006 08:17 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Polaris101 Offline
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Registered: Wed Jan 07 2004
Posts: 3575
Loc: Virginia USA
Round 17 results - 10 players

Q1. A feature film with Doris Day, released in 1950 or before.

10 points: Young Man with a Horn, Romance on the High Seas

5 points: The West Point Story (4), My Dream is Yours (2), Tea for Two (2)

not mentioned: It's a Great Feeling


Q2. A member of the Bueller family in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

5 points: Ferris (4), Katie (2), Jeanie (2), Tom (2)


Q3. A category for which The Remains of the Day received an Oscar nomination.

10 points: best picture, best costume design, best original score, best actress

5 points: best director (2), best adapted screenplay (2), best actor (2)

not mentioned: best art direction-set decoration


Q4. The title of a Daniel Day-Lewis movie which begins with the word 'The'. (No TV movies please)

10 points: The Last of the Mohicans

5 points: The Bounty (4), The Unbearable Lightness of Being (2), The Crucible (3)

not mentioned: The Ballad of Jack and Rose, The Boxer, The Age of Innocence


Q5. An actor or actress who played an uncredited role in Groundhog Day.

10 points: Leslie Frates, Grady Hutt, Douglas Blakeslee

5 points: Daniel Riggs (5), Tony DeGuide (2)

not mentioned: Simon Harvey, Regina Prokop, Paul Terrien


SCORES

35 - Mugaboo, Jimjih, MaggieG, Cinnam0n
30 - Ren, Bracklaman
25 - Aliengoddess, Gatsby, Howie, Littlewoman




Thanks to everybody for playing and a point to each of our winners, Mugaboo, Jim, Maggie & Cinnam0n
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#305890 - Tue May 23 2006 09:16 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Howie72 Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Posts: 9216
Loc: Timaru NZ
Round 18 will close in about 24 hours.

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#305891 - Wed May 24 2006 08:48 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
LittleWoman2 Offline
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Registered: Wed Aug 11 2004
Posts: 5659
Loc: Alabama USA
Round 19 Answers:

1. On May 19, 1536, Anne Boleyn was beheaded. Name another famous woman with the first name of Anne (or Ann).

10 points: Ann Reinking (actress), Anne Frank (Holocaust victim), Ann Sydney (Miss World 1964), Anne Rice (author), Queen Anne (monarch of Great Britain), Ann B. Davis (actress)

5 points: Anne Hathaway (William Shakespeare’s wife) (3)

There is another famous Anne Hathaway, an actress who starred in The Princess Diaries and Brokeback Mountain, among other films, but all respondents specified Shakespeare’s Anne!

2. On May 19, 1604, the town of Montreal was founded in Quebec, Canada. Give me a word of four letters or more from the word MONTREAL.

10 points: tarn, molar, renal, moaner, tare, meant, tent

5 points: lemon (2)

3. On May 19, 1897, Oscar Wilde was released from Reading Gaol. Name a work of prose that he wrote.

10 points: Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime and Other Stories, The Disciple

5 points: The Happy Prince (3), A House of Pomegranates (2), The Canterville Ghost (2)

4. On May 19, 1962, Marilyn Monroe sang her infamous rendition of "Happy Birthday" to President John F. Kennedy. Name a completed film starring Marilyn Monroe in which she had a credited role.

10 points: Bus Stop, All About Eve, Clash by Night, The Seven Year Itch

5 points: Some Like It Hot (3), Let’s Make It Legal (2)

5. On May 19, 2005, the final film in George Lucas's Star Wars saga was released in theatres. Name one of the six films in that series.

10 points: A New Hope, The Phantom Menace

5 points: The Empire Strikes Back (5), The Return of the Jedi (2)

The only ones not mentioned were Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith!

Scores:

45 points
AlienGoddess
Glamel


40 points
Gatsby722
MaggieG
Howie72

35 points
Bracklaman
Cinnam0n

25 points
Ren33
Mugaboo


Congratulations to our two winners, AlienGoddess and Glamel. Thanks for playing, everyone!

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#305892 - Wed May 24 2006 10:57 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
trident Offline
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Registered: Sun Feb 20 2005
Posts: 2993
Loc: Wisconsin USA
Round 23

Sorry this is a bit late. I've been very busy!

1. A fighter (personal aircraft) from the Star Wars genre.

2. A fragrance of Axe brand body spray.

3. A female who has won Wimbledon within the last ten years.

4. A human character in the movie "The Matrix" who is knowingly outside of the matrix.

5. A guest cameo from the movie "Austin Powers in Goldmember"

Sorry for the America-centric questions, I had to come up with these in a hurry. I will also post answers to round nine from way back soon. Sorry all!
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#305893 - Wed May 24 2006 09:45 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Kuu Offline
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Registered: Mon Jun 03 2002
Posts: 1037
Loc: Hobart Tasmania Australia     
ROUND 24 Questions (a bit late)

The topic for this round is Island/s.

Quote:


1) If you were going to be marooned on a desert island and could only take one object with you, besides the clothes you are wearing, what would you take (boats, rafts, hot air balloons, planes etc and devices to contact the outside world are excluded)

2) Name any actress who appeared in the 2005 movie "The Island"

3) Give me a word of three letters or more that can be made from the letters in ISLAND. No repeating of letters, plurals are allowed

4) Name one of the Bounty Mutineers who settled on Pitcairn Island

5) Name one (not a group is islands) of the islands that make up the South Sandwich Islands



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#305894 - Thu May 25 2006 01:56 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
I'll be closing up Round 22 in a few hours. Anyone want to jump in, go on ahead.
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#305895 - Thu May 25 2006 02:25 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Howie72 Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Posts: 9216
Loc: Timaru NZ
I will almost copy Gatsby but will close round 18 in a couple of hours instead.

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#305896 - Thu May 25 2006 02:41 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
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Round 22 ~ Monday

The theme is a movie I've never seen: South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. I don't really want to see the movie or anything. I just wanted to use the words in the title .

1. South - Tell me a country that lies entirely south of the Equator in Africa.

For 10 points:
Namibia, Burundi, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mozambique.
For 5 points:
Angola (2).

2. Park - Yosemite National Park in California has a few waterfalls in it that are over 300 feet high. Name one of them, please.

*Lots more of these than I thought*

For 10 points: (everybody got 10! )
Wapama Falls, Chilhualna Falls, Illilouette Falls, Yosemite Falls, Bridalveil Fall, Sentinel Fall, Staircase Falls.

3. Bigger - They were big enough to be nominated as Best Musical for the Antoinette Perry ("Tony") Awards that were announced May 15, 2006. Name one of the 4 nominees in that category (no revivals!).

For 10 points:
The Wedding Singer, Jersey Boys.
For 5 points:
The Color Purple (3), The Drowsy Chaperone (2).

4. Longer - Nope. They were quite long enough, I reckon. Name a network series that debuted and was cancelled during or immediately after its first episode. No pilot episodes, please, since those aren't considered 'series' yet.

For 10 points:
"Emily's Reasons Why Not", "Public Morals".
For 5 points:
"The Great Defender" (2), "South Of Sunset" (2).

One answer, "The Dream X", I couldn't find anywhere. Disallowing it won't change scores, though.

5. Uncut - Maybe some of these could have/should have been cut? Name a screen couple who won an MTV Movie Award for "Best Kiss" in the 1990s.

For 10 points:
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair in Cruel Intentions (1999), Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes in Shakespeare In Love (1998), Rene Russo and Mel Gibson in Lethal Weapon 3 (1993), Lauren Holly and Jim Carrey in Dumb and Dumber (and it really was just that ) (1995).
For 5 points:
The popular kissers:
Natasha Henstridge and Matthew Ashford in Species (1996) (3).

How about some results?

MaggieG ... 45 points!!!!
glamel, Mugaboo, ren33 ... 40 points!!!
cinnamOn, Howie72, physalius ... 35 points!!


Congratulations to Maggie and great job everyone!


Edited by Gatsby722 (Fri May 26 2006 09:04 AM)
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#305897 - Thu May 25 2006 05:13 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Howie72 Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Posts: 9216
Loc: Timaru NZ
Round 18 Results

We have 10 players in this round, yes, I got the magical 10:

1) "Fawlty Towers" is a British comedy televsion series starring John Cleese. Only 12 episodes were made so please give the title of one of these episodes.

10 Points: "A Touch of Class", "Gourmet Night", "The Germans", "Communication Problems", "The Anniversary"
5 Points: "The Kipper and The Corpse" (5)
Not Mentioned: "The Builders", "The Hotel Inspectors", "The Psychiatrist", "Waldorf Salad", "Basil the Rat"

2) Please give me the name of a State in the USA that has the Cardinal as the Official State Bird.

10 Points: Illinois, Indiana, Virginia
5 Points: Kentucky (2), North Carolina (5)
Not Mentioned: Ohio, West Virginia

3) Enid Blyton created and wrote a series of 15 books about a group of child detectives called "The Secret Seven". Please give me the name of one of this group of children.

10 Points: Jack, Pam
5 Points: Peter (3), Barbara (2), Colin (3)
Not Mentioned: Janet, George

4) Please give me the name of a Major League Baseball side from either the American League West or National League West divisions.

10 Points: San Francisco Giants-NL, Oakland Athletics-AL, Texas Rangers-AL
5 Points: Arizona Diamondbacks-NL (2), San Diego Padres-NL (2), Seattle Mariners-AL (3)
Not Mentioned: Colorado Rockies-NL, Los Angeles Dodgers-NL, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim-AL

5) Please give me the name of a country that borders Brazil.

10 Points: Bolivia, French Guiana, Paraguay
5 Points: Peru (3), Suriname (2), Venezuela (2)
Not Mentioned: Argentina, Colombia, Guyana, Uruguay

I Know you are eagerly awaiting the results but I have three observations this time:
1) Half of you thought "Fawlty Towers" was a bit fishy.
2) North Carolina is a popular state.
3) No one picked George in The Secret Seven. I wonder what this means...

As usual, it takes me a while to get to the results but here they are:

40 Points - Gatsby
35 Points - Ren, Jane Marple, Little Woman, Physalius, Glamel
30 Points - Bracklaman, Mugaboo
25 Points - Maggie, Cinnam0n

Congratulations and a big round of applause to our winner-- Gatsby

Thank you to all that played and Ren, I am sory, but the envelope never made it here again. The postal system needs an overhaul.

Until next time, I wish you a good morning or a good afternoon or a good evening or a good night. I will leave it up to you to pick the most appropriate.


Edited to add the answers that came through just after the original posting. They did not affect Gatsby's win and I wanted to have 10 players at last.


Edited by Howie72 (Thu May 25 2006 10:05 PM)

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#305898 - Thu May 25 2006 05:50 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Howie72 Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Posts: 9216
Loc: Timaru NZ
We have some controversy. I have recieved a new entry for Round 18. It came through at 6:19pm, 6 minutes after I had posted the results.

However, it probably took more than 6 minutes to get the answers together and send them to me. Also, they are not 50 point answers so this leads me to believe that the answers were sent without knowing the results had been posted.

Any thoughts as to what should be done?

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#305899 - Thu May 25 2006 05:56 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Howie72 Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Posts: 9216
Loc: Timaru NZ
A quick recalculation of the points sees just one of the original 9 players with a different score--Gatsby.

However, the new score does not affect the final result--Gatsby still wins the round.

As it is nearly midnight, I will not change the results yet and will await some feedback.

I must get some sleep.

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#305900 - Thu May 25 2006 08:29 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Mugaboo Offline
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Registered: Fri Aug 13 2004
Posts: 1022
Loc: Scotland UK
Answers Round 20 - 6 played

1. Tell me something that appears on the national flag of San Marino.
For 10 points: Scroll; Crown
For 5 points: The word "Libertas" [2] Band of Blue [2]
Not mentioned: 3 Towers (La Guaita, La Cesta and La Montale); 3 hills (Monte Titano); weather vanes; ostrich feathers; Wreath (of Oak and Laurel)

2. Give me a Soccer team, that Scotland scored at least five goals against, playing away from home.
For 10 points: Bulgaria, New Zealand, Cyprus, Spain, Norway, England
For 5 points: (none)
Not mentioned: Wales, Northern Ireland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Ireland

3. Givel me a tourist attraction in Greater Manchester
For 10 points: The Museum of Science and Industry; The Cornerhouse; Buckton Castle; Cube Gallery; Whitworth Art Gallery
For 5 points:
Not allowed: Lyme Park (It's in Cheshire, borders Greater Manchester)
Not mentioned include: Bramall Hall; Pankhurst Centre; Ordsall Hall; Balloon Street; Shambles Square; Lowry Centre

4. In "The Piranha Brothers" Sketch by Monty Python, the character called Harry 'Snapper' Organs disguises himself as various people - Name one of them.
For 10 points: Gloucester; Sancho Panza; Ratty
For 5 points: The pork butcher Brian Stoats [3]
Not mentioned: The Reverend Smiler Egret; Blind Pew

5. Tell me something you would do to make a cup of coffee.
For 10 points: Get a cup out of the cupboard; Fill jug/kettle with water; Clean out the scupper hole in coffee machine; put filter paper in the filter; Borrow some coffee from next door; Wash the dishes
For 5 points: (None)


Scores:
45 points: Cinnam0n; Gatsby; Ren; Glamel
40 points: Howie;
35 points: Bracklaman

Good work by our four winners.

Edited to correct scores


Edited by Mugaboo (Fri May 26 2006 05:27 AM)

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#305901 - Thu May 25 2006 05:27 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
MaggieG Offline
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Registered: Sat Aug 09 2003
Posts: 485
Loc: Wales UK
May Trivia Round 25

It's the Hay Literary Festival next week when authors from all over the world meet their public in a small town in the beautiful hills on the Welsh/English border.


1) Name an author who will make an appearance there on Monday 29th 2006.

2)Terry Jones of Monty Python fame makes an appearance on Saturday this year. Name one of his fellow Pythons.

3)Two years ago I was lucky enough to meet Bill Bryson there. Name one of his books.

4)You're too late to see the wonderful Maureen Lipman on Tuesday as her show is sold out. She starred as 'Aunt Eller' in the National Theatre's production of 'Oklahoma'. Name a character from the musical.

5)Alan Plater, the playwright, is there talking about jazz on Thursday. Name one of his plays.

If you need any hints or help, please send me a pm.

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#305902 - Fri May 26 2006 12:53 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14480
Loc: North West of England
Friday 26th May
1. A month of the year
2. A piece of gym equipment you’d see in a gymnasium
3. Something you see on the farm
4. A herb
5. A well known cereal brand (for example Cornflakes)
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#305903 - Sat May 27 2006 01:52 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
cinnam0n Offline
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Registered: Tue Nov 02 2004
Posts: 6736
Loc: Pennsylvania USA
Round 27

1. On May 27, 1837, frontiersman and legendary marksman "Will Bill" Hickok was born. Name someone who portrayed him in TV or movies.

2. On May 27, 1911, actor Vincent Price was born. Name one of the movies he starred in.

3. On May 27, 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge opened to the public, and for almost 30 years was the longest suspension bridge in the world. Name one of the 10 longest suspension bridges in the world at the present time.

4. On May 27, 1963, Bob Dylan released "Freewheelin'." Name any song on it.

5. On May 27, 1964, Indian Prime Minister Jawahalal Nehru died. Name any prime minister of India.

This will close late next week - PM me with any questions!

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#305904 - Sun May 28 2006 10:21 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
JaneMarple Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14480
Loc: North West of England
Round 26 closing
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#305905 - Sun May 28 2006 10:27 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
JaneMarple Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14480
Loc: North West of England
1. A month of the year
For Ten points:
May, March, February, August, January, November,
For Five Points:
April (2),
Not Mentioned:
February, June, July, September, October, December


2. A piece of gym equipment you’d see in a gymnasium
For Ten points:
Treadmills, Vaulting Horse, A trampet (a little trampoline to help you bounce onto vaulting horses etc.), Rowing machine,
For Five Points:
Pommel Horse (2), Dumb bells (2),
Not Mentioned:
Cross-Circuit Trainer, Exercise bike, Climbing frame, and more


3. Something you see on the farm
For Ten points:
Rice Fields, Grain Silo, Milking Parlour, Pig, Cat, Cow Manure, Bales of Hay, Mink (if it was a Mink farm),
For Five Points:
Ten points to all
Not Mentioned:
Cows, Sheep, Corn and more


4. A herb
For Ten points:
Garlic, Mint, Chervil, Fenugreek, Chives, Bayleaf, Dill, Madder (Rubia tinctorum),
For Five Points:
Ten points to all
Not Mentioned:
Basil, Sage, Parsley and more


5. A well known cereal brand (for example Cornflakes)
For Ten points:
Kellogg's, Raisin bran, Maypo, Shredded Wheat
For Five Points:
Weetabix (4),
Not Mentioned:
Rice Krispies, Coco-Pops, Porridge oats and more


I can see nearly everybody had their Weetabix this morning! Eight players

COMPETITORS
Glamel - 50
Brackleman – 45
Cinnam0n – 45
Howie – 45
Mugaboo – 45

Gatsby - 40
MaggieG – 40
Ren – 40


A very close round and well done to - Glamel
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#305906 - Sun May 28 2006 03:56 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Kuu Offline
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Registered: Mon Jun 03 2002
Posts: 1037
Loc: Hobart Tasmania Australia     
Sorry, I never got my results up over the weekend. I had planned to do it when we got back yesterday from a weekend away with friends but unfortunately the car got bogged and we ended up getting back about 11pm, rather tried and cold.

I will close the round now and put the answers up once I have taken my son to school.

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#305907 - Sun May 28 2006 07:37 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Kuu Offline
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Registered: Mon Jun 03 2002
Posts: 1037
Loc: Hobart Tasmania Australia     
Answers to Round 24 (7 people played)

1) If you were going to be marooned on a desert island and could only take one object with you, besides the clothes you are wearing, what would you take (boats, rafts, hot air balloons, planes etc and devices to contact the outside world are excluded)

Worth 10 points
Axe, Fridge (full of essentials like icecream), solar power radio (for the Archers), Velveeta cheese, a good book, many bars of soap.

One person said "boat with plenty of gasoline)" but I did say boats were excluded. I allowed the radio because it seemed the person only wanted it to listen to not to contact the outside world. I would also like to know how the person who choose it plans to power the fridge.

2) Name any actress who appeared in the 2005 movie "The Island"

Worth 10 points
Siobhan Flynn, Olivia Weston, Noa Tishby

Worth 5 points
Scarlett Johansson (2), Kate Boyer (2)



3) Give me a word of three letters or more that can be made from the letters in ISLAND. No repeating of letters, plurals are allowed

Worth 10 points
nails, dial, lands, dais, sin, lad, slid

4) Name one of the Bounty Mutineers who settled on Pitcairn Island

Worth 10 points
Fletcher Christian, William McCoy, John Adams (also known as Alexander Smith), Edward Young, Isaac Martin

Worth 5 points
John/Jack Williams (2)

Unmentioned - John Mills, William Brown, Matthew Quintal. Of the nine men only six - John Mills, Matthew Quintal, John Adams, William McCoy,Ned Young and Fletcher Christian - left descendants on the island.

5) Name one (not a group is islands) of the islands that make up the South Sandwich Islands

Worth 10 points
Leskov, Visokoi, Bellinghausen

Worth 5 points
Bristol (4)

Scores

50 points - Mugaboo

45 points - Ren33, Cinnam0n, Gatsby72
40 points - bracklaman
35 points - Alien Goddess
30 points - glamel

Congratulation to Mugaboo for a win and a perfect score.

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