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#458086 - Thu Feb 26 2009 06:17 AM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
deepakmr Offline
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Posts: 9011
Loc: Bangalore India
Round 26 – Thursday

Slumdog Millionaire’s success at the Academy awards has sent the media in India into a frenzy. Three Oscar awards to Indians and an Indian performing at the Oscars probably justifies all the media hype. That gives me the idea for this round’s theme - India and the Oscars.

Q1: The first Indian to win an Oscar was Bhanu Athaiya, who won an Oscar for best costume for the 1982 classic Gandhi. Richard Attenborough’s movie starred Ben Kingsley, who put up an amazing performance as the father of the Indian nation. The movie won 8 Oscars. Please tell me the name of a person who won an Oscar for the movie Gandhi.

Q2: The second Indian to win an Oscar award was Satyajit Ray. He was awarded an honorary Oscar for lifetime achievement in 1992. Satyajit Ray was a well-known writer and filmmaker who made movies mostly in the Bengali language. From this page, please select the name of any movie directed or written by Satyajit Ray.

Q3 : Shekar Kapoor is an Indian actor and director. After directing a number of successful Hindi movies, Shekar moved base to Hollywood, where he directed the acclaimed movie Elizabeth (1998). He did not get an Oscar nomination and the movie could win only one Oscar, but his work brought him International recognition. Please tell me any category in which Elizabeth was nominated or won an Oscar.

Q4 : A R Rahman won two Oscars for Slumdog Millionaire and also became the first Indian to perform on stage in an Oscar event. Rahman won two Oscars, one for ‘Best original score’ and the other for ‘Best Original song’, which he won jointly with lyricist Gulzar. Personally I found the score very ordinary, compared to his other stunning works. Anyhow, please tell me any track from Slumdog Millionaire, that was composed by Rahman .

Q5 : Slumdog Millionaire was essentially a British film, based on an Indian novel (by Vikas Swarup) with some Indian actors and technicians. One of the Indian technicians who won an Oscar was Resul Pookutty for the ‘Best Sound Mixing’ category. His Oscar acceptance speech had nothing special in it, by any standards. But nevertheless, please tell me any sentence from Resul Pookutty’s Oscar acceptance speech. (You can refer his Wiki page for the text of the speech)

I hope you would find this round interesting. And yes, this round will close on 2 March, Monday.

Edited to make Q1 more clear!


Edited by deepakmr (Thu Feb 26 2009 08:05 PM)

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#458087 - Thu Feb 26 2009 06:42 AM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
szabs Offline
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Registered: Mon Aug 13 2007
Posts: 14745
Loc: Mijas, Malaga Spain         
Round 20- Answers

There where seven adventuresome players who participated in this round dedicated to the Maya civilization.


1. The Mayan civilization can be found in many parts of Mexico predominantly in the Yucatan peninsula as well as Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and western Honduras. From here , please tell me one of the Maya Sites listed.

For 10 Points : Copan, Palenque, Tikal, Uxmal, Dos Pilas
For 5 Points : Seibal (2)
18 to choose from, some are: Cancuén, Naranjo, Quiriguá, Piedras Negras

2. The ancient Maya ruins of Chichen Itza, are located on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula, they represent the remains of one of the largest and most powerful city states of the pre-Columbian Americas. Its name translates as "At the Mouth of the Well of the Itza" in Yucatec Mayan. From this site , please go to the area descriptions, and give me the name of one of the areas of Chichen Itza.

For 10 Points : The Nunnery, Temple of the Wall Panels, House of the Metates, Great Plaza, Temple of the Bearded Men
For 5 Points : House of the Deer (2)
43 to choose from, some are: Temple of the Little Tables, El Caracol, Sacred Cenote, Platform of the Skulls

3. Tikal is one of the largest archaeological sites and urban centers of the Maya civilization, located in the region of the Petén Basin in northern Guatemala, in 1979 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. . Throughout the years Tikal had many rulers, from the Wiki page would you please tell me the name of a Ruler from the Early Classic era.

For 10 Points : K'an-Ak, Siyaj Chan K'awiil I, Chak Tok Ich'aak II, Ix Une' B'alam, K'inich Ehb'
For 5 Points : Ma'Kin-na Chan (2)
18 to choose from, some are: Balam Ajaw, K'inich Muwaan Jol, Ix Kalo'mte' Ix Yo K'in, Lizard Head II

4. The Maya’s also developed a sophisticated calendar. The ritual calendar which they used had a count of 260 days. This calendar gave each day a name, much like our days of the week. There were 20 day names, each represented by a unique symbol. From this page , please give me a Maya Day Name in English.

For 10 Points : Wind, Frog, Water
For 5 Points : Venus (2), Storm Cloud (2)
20 to choose from, some are: Waterlily, Dog, Jaguar, Hand, Shell

5. Apocalypto was a film directed by Mel Gibson, which is set in the Mayan civilization, as the Mayan kingdom faces its decline, the rulers insist the key to prosperity is to build more temples and offer human sacrifices. Could you please give me the name of a character in the movie whose name has two words. .

For 10 Points : Cut Rock, Curl Nose, Snake Ink
For 5 Points : Speaking wind (2), Cocoa Leaf (2)
Among Others: Jaguar Paw, Flint Sky, Turtles Run, Smoke Frog, Zero Wolf, Monkey Jaw.

Scores

We have two winners with 45 points : Deepakmr & Mugaboo
With 40 points: Brandz_mygirl, Denni19, Gatsby722
With 35 points: Leelee63 & Maninmidohio

A hearty congratulations goes out to both winners in this round Deepak & Mugaboo , each will receive a trivia point for the month of February. Thank you to all for playing in this round, and enjoy the rest of your week.

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#458088 - Thu Feb 26 2009 12:25 PM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
Mugaboo Offline
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Registered: Fri Aug 13 2004
Posts: 1025
Loc: Scotland UK
Answers Round 21 - 6 played

1. Please tell me a costume (who or what it celebrates) that the Manneken Pis statue in Brussels will wear between today and the end of April. ( link)
For 10 points: Croix Rouge; Hussard Hongrois; Les Noirauds - Conservatoire Africain; Soldat 1ère Classe - Légion Etrangère Française
For 5 points: Ecole Royale Militaire [2]
Not mentioned include: Baden Powel; Estonian - National Day; Carnaval - Dominican Republic; Tibetan Monk; Nelson Mandela

2. Please name any Governor of West Flanders. (Since 1830)
For 10 points: Adolphe de Vrière; Theodore Heyvaert; Michel Bulckaert; Pierre van Outryve d'Ydewalle
For 5 points: Benoît Vrambout [2]
Not mentioned include: Felix de Muelenaere; Henri Baels; Paul Breyne

3. Name a partner in the Princess Elisabeth Station that opened last week in Utsteinen, Antarctica.
For 10 points: ArcelorMittal; Leica Geosystems; Schneider Electric; Transcor Astra Group
For 5 points: Socialist Mutuality Insurance [2]
Not mentioned include: Belgian National Lottery; Brussels Enterprise Agency; Quick; Umicore; Volkswagen

4. Going to Liege in Belgium, you might want to do the "Historical heart" tour of the city, that starts from the Liege Tourist Bureau Office. Please name one of the highlights of the tour, but please do not choose one that is currently closed for renovation..
For 10 points: Museum of Walloon life; Market Square - Town Hall - The "Perron"; Outside the city walls; The Prince Bishop's Palace
For 5 points: Saint Barthélémy Church [2]
Not mentioned include: Street of the Ironmongers; Bueren Hill; La Batte (Sunday market)

5. The European Youth Olympic Festival Giant Slalom for men took place yesterday (20th) in Szczyrk (Poland), please name anyone who beat the first Belgium competitor.
For 10 points: Zan Kranjec; Stefan Luitz; Thomas Mayrpeter
For 5 points: Carl Johan Oester [3]
Others: The first Belgium was Robin van den Broecke who came 20th, just a fraction under two seconds behind the winner Mathieu Faivre of France.

Scores:

45 points: Deepakmr; Denni19; Maninmidohio
40 points: Gatsby722; Szabs
30 points: Brandz_mygirl


A three way tie today, well done to Deepakmr, Denni19 and Maninmidohio for gathering up a point a piece. That's the second time in a row I've had a hard question in there, I'll have to see if I can make them easier next time.

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#458089 - Fri Feb 27 2009 08:51 AM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
maninmidohio Online   content
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Registered: Mon Dec 03 2007
Posts: 9150
Loc: Newark
Ohio USA
Round 27

During the summers while I was in high school, I worked at my neighbor’s poultry business – specifically in the chicken hatchery and the egg processing plant. In honor of the many hours I spent seeing eggs, this will be the Egg Round.

1. Using the schematic of a chicken egg shown here, tell me one of the identified parts of an egg that is made up of more than one word.

2. Working in the chicken hatchery was quite an experience. A chicken egg hatches in 21 days so the hatchery worked on a 21 day cycle. The eggs were first set into racks that rotated in the incubator. After 18 days the racks had to be transferred to trays for the final 3 days of hatching. Finally once the chicks emerged from the egg they were counted and transferred to shipping boxes. Of course, one soon learns that it does not pay to be born a male chick. Most of them are destroyed as superfluous to the production of eggs and poultry to feed people. The big incubators necessary for this operation are produced by only a few companies. Please provide me with the full model name of one of the 10 cabinet incubators that Kuhl produces.

3. The egg processing plant was not much better – at least it was not as hot as the hatchery. Here the eggs came from the large egg laying operation and were candled to weed out imperfections, graded, and sized. In the U.S., eggs are sized from peewee to jumbo, while in Europe they go from small to very large. The older traditional sizing went from size 0 to size 7, please tell me the weight range (in grams) of an egg in any of the traditional sizes.

4. One of the oldest questions is “Which came first – the chicken or the egg?” It has been commented on by philosophers from Aristotle to Stephen Hawking. Philosophically this is an example of “circular cause and consequence.” Please provide me with another example of circular cause and consequence as cited by Wikipedia.

5. After working at the hatchery and egg processing plants for several summers, I could not eat eggs for many years. Just a case of overexposure and having way too much information on what went on behind the scene. Somehow I have overcome that (selective memory, I suppose). Please tell me a way that you would want to eat your eggs, please limit your answer to a single word that can be inserted in the phrase “______ egg(s).”

This round, the Egg Round, will conclude noonish (FT time) on Wednesday, March 4. I hope everyone has a great weekend and if help is needed, just send me a note.


Edited by maninmidohio (Fri Feb 27 2009 08:52 AM)

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#458090 - Fri Feb 27 2009 04:58 PM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
Whoops. I forgot to toot the horn earlier. I'll get to tootin' now: Round 24 will be closed in 18 hours from this very second ...
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"The best teacher is not the one who knows most but the one who is most capable of reducing knowledge to that simple compound of the obvious and wonderful." ... H. L. Mencken


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#458091 - Sat Feb 28 2009 10:59 AM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
... a few seconds early ...

Round 24 - Tuesday
"Four Wettings and a Funeral"
Six blazing and brilliant participants !

1. Please tell me one of the cites on that list's Top 10 Rainiest ...

For 10 Points:
Pensacola (Florida), West Palm Beach (Florida)
For 5 Points:
Baton Rouge (Louisiana) (2), New Orleans (Louisiana) (2)

Mobile (Alabama), Lafayette (Louisiana), Miami, (Florida), Port Arthur (Texas), Tallahassee (Florida) and Lake Charles (Louisiana) are the other notably soggy cities on the list.

2. Kindly tell me any track off of Barbra Streisand's "Wet".

For 10 Points:
Come Rain Or Come Shine, I Ain't Gonna Cry Tonight, Niagara, Splish Splash
For 5 Points:
On Rainy Afternoons (2)

Babs' album also included 'Wet', 'After The Rain', 'No More Tears' (the duet with Donna Summer ~ originally titled 'Enough Is Enough') and 'Kiss Me In The Rain'

3. Please tell me a prefold diaper available this year from Cloth-eez. Your answers will be an 'age group'/size (small, medium, etc.) and a color, then, OK?

For 10 Points:
Cloth-eez Large Dark Brown edge, Cloth-eez Newborn orange edge, Cloth-eez Medium Light Brown edge, Cloth-eez Medium Red edge, Cloth-eez Preemie White edge, Cloth-eez Small Yellow edge

Nice job! The only other one is Cloth-eez Toddler Green edge.

4. From Wet Willie's corporate site, pick a drink (containing alcohol) from their menu.

For 10 Points:
Green Apple, Mojito Mojo, Monster Melon, Shock Treatment
For 5 Points:
Chocolate Thunder (2)

One might also indulge in a(n) Attitude Improvement, Call a Cab, Pina Colada, Sex in the Beach, Monkey Shine, White Russian, Bahama Mama and Weak Willie.

5. *Berserker Chimp was a Yankees Fan and Loved Flowers*. Share a sentence from that unfortunate report that has at least one comma in it.

For 10 Points:
When Nash arrived, Travis attacked her, jumping on her and mauling her; After ripping off a side mirror, Travis opened the car door and the officer shot him several times; Before Sandra Herold's husband died, Stamford residents were used to seeing the chimp waving from the back of the tow truck owned by the Herolds; As stated previously, there is no chimp attack video
For 5 Points:
Noting his agitation, Herold called her friend, Charla Nash, to help her round up Travis (2)

Ten more sentences, there, to have picked from. Full article here.

The Results!

50 Points! .... maninmidohio (well done !)
45 Points! .... denni19
40 Points! .... deepakmr, Mugaboo, szabs
35 Points! .... brandz_mygirl

A nice scattering of scores, yes? Well-played, everyone - but maninmidohio managed a perfect (and board-topping) set of answers this time. And earns a mighty February Trivia Point for his efforts, too ! Tip o' the hat to all of you! Thanks for playing.
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#458092 - Sun Mar 01 2009 08:46 AM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
deepakmr Offline
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Registered: Sun Mar 16 2008
Posts: 9011
Loc: Bangalore India
Your attention please! Round 26 (India and the Oscars) will be closing in around 24 hours from now. New participants and oldtimers alike are invited to send in their answers .

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#458093 - Sun Mar 01 2009 11:45 AM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
Round 25 - Wednesday
"A Week in Ohio"
Six valiant players !

1. The typical Snellen Chart only uses 10 letters, randomly. As per Wikipedia, pick one of those letters.

For 10 Points:
F, O, Z
For 5 Points:
D (3)

C, E, L, N, P and T are the remaining letters.

2. Principal Conductor of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin from 1989-1999, by the way. Please tell me another man who held that position with said orchestra, OK?

For 10 Points:
Ingo Metzmacher (2007-present), Kent Nagano (2000-2006)
For 5 Points:
Riccardo Chailly (1982-1989) (2), Ferenc Fricsay (1948-1954 & 1959-1963) (2)

Only one other one: Lorin Maazel (1964-1975).

3. This time I'd like to know a type and size of Gambler Loose Tobacco that I might have purchased. Your answer will be something like: "Mega-Menthol, 24 ounce" ...

For 10 Points:
Light Loose Tobacco, 6oz. bag Light; Loose Tobacco, 16oz. bag; Menthol Loose Tobacco 16oz. bag, Ultra Light Loose Tobacco, 16oz. bag
For 5 Points:
Full Flavor Loose Tobacco, 16oz. bag (2)

The other options are Full Flavor Loose Tobacco 6oz. bag, Ultra Light Loose Tobacco 6oz. bag, Menthol Loose Tobacco 6oz. bag, Menthol Light Loose Tobacco 6oz. bag & Menthol Light Loose Tobacco 16oz. bag.

4. Alex Bevan even released an album once called "Springboard", originally recorded in the 1970s. Name a track from it.

For 10 Points:
Big City Women, Brand New Arkansas Travelier, Shadowdancer, Silver Wings, Streamline, Try Again

Bevan offered 'Rainbow', 'Carey Come Smiling', 'Skinny', 'Rodeo Rider', 'Shisha Dancer Waltz' and 'Darlin'. It's very cool - he still performs locally. And [ahem] is now a FAR cry from "skinny", too .

5. Best Picture that did not earn even one nomination for its cast of actors. See if you can dig up the name of one of the other films to have shared that 'distinction'. Note: this site could prove helpful - but I'm pretty sure the info is findable in other places ...

For 10 Points:
The Last Emperor, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Wings
For 5 Points:
Around the World in 80 Days (3)

All Quiet on the Western Front, Grand Hotel, An American in Paris, The Greatest Show on Earth, Gigi and Braveheart are the rest of 'em.

The Results!

50 Points! .... maninmidohio -- another perfect score! Bravo !
45 Points! .... szabs
40 Points! .... denni19, Mugaboo
35 Points! .... brandz_mygirl
30 Points! .... deepakmr

Excellent showing, everyone! Congtatulations indeed to Mr. manimidohio for racking up another Trivia Point today ! I hope you all have an outstanding week ahead.
_________________________
"The best teacher is not the one who knows most but the one who is most capable of reducing knowledge to that simple compound of the obvious and wonderful." ... H. L. Mencken


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#458094 - Mon Mar 02 2009 08:44 AM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
deepakmr Offline
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Registered: Sun Mar 16 2008
Posts: 9011
Loc: Bangalore India
Round 26 – Thursday
India and the Oscars

Six super players participated in this round.

Q1: Please tell me the name of a person who won an Oscar for the movie Gandhi.

For 10 points: Billy Williams, Bob Laing, John Bloom, Ronnie Taylor

For 5 points: Michael Seirton (2)

Not mentioned : Ben Kingsley, Richard Attenborough, Stuart Craig, Bhanu Athaiya, John Mollo and John Briley.


Q2: From this page, please select the name of any movie directed or written by Satyajit Ray

For 10 points: Sonar Kella, Ganshatru, Shaka Proshaka, Nayak

For 5 points: Hirak Rajar Deshe (2)

Not mentioned : Ghare Baire, Sukumar Ray, Agantuk, Kanchenjunga, Joy Baba Felunath and Goopy Bagha Fire Ello.


Q3: Please tell me any category in which Elizabeth was nominated or won an Oscar.

For 10 points: Best Cinematography, Best Costume design

For 5 points: Best Art/Set direction (4)

Not mentioned : Best Makeup, Best Picture, Best Actress in a leading role and Best Music (Original dramatic score).


Q4: Please tell me any track from Slumdog Millionaire, that was composed by A R Rahman.

For 10 points: Gangsta Blues, Latika’s theme, Mausam & Escape, Dreams on Fire, Ringa Ringa, Jai Ho

For 5 points: none, everyone wins 10 points

Not mentioned : O Saya, Riots, Liquid dance and Millionaire.


Q5: Please tell me any sentence from Resul Pookutty’s Oscar acceptance speech.

For 10 points: So I dedicate this award to my country, Thank you Academy this is not just a sound award this is history being handed over to me, Thank you Academy, I come from a country and a civilization that given the universal word

For 5 points: That word is preceded by silence followed by more silence (2)

Not mentioned : This is unbelievable, We can’t believe this, Ladies and gentlemen... artful resonance called Slumdog Millionaire, That word is 'Om’, My sincere and deepest gratitude to my …..and all the sound mixers, I dedicate this to you guys and Thank you very much.


Here are the final results:

50 points: maninmidohio
45 points: Mugaboo
40 points: brandz_mygirl, denni19, szabs
35 points: Gatsby722

It’s the King of trivia maninmidohio who wins this round with a perfect score and adds yet another trivia point to his kitty. Thanks to all the participants. Have a great week ahead .

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#458095 - Tue Mar 03 2009 11:48 AM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
maninmidohio Online   content
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Registered: Mon Dec 03 2007
Posts: 9150
Loc: Newark
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Round 27, the Egg Round, will close in 24 hours. Plenty of time to get in entries for both new players and veterans.

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#458096 - Wed Mar 04 2009 12:36 PM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
maninmidohio Online   content
Forum Champion

Registered: Mon Dec 03 2007
Posts: 9150
Loc: Newark
Ohio USA
Results – Round 27

We had seven swell solvers for the Egg Round. Thanks to all for participating.

1. Using the schematic of a chicken egg shown here, tell me one of the identified parts of an egg that is made up of more than one word. (To those who supplied the answer in English, I give thanks.)

For 10 Points: Vitelline membrane and White yolk
For 5 Points: Yellow yolk (2) and Air cell (3)
Not Chosen: Outer membrane, Inner membrane, Exterior albumen, Middle albumen, Nucleus of pander, Germinal disk, and Internal albumen

2. Please provide me with the full model name of one of the 10 cabinet incubators that Kuhl produces.

For 10 Points:
360 Model combo hatcher, incubator and hatcher; 600 Model automatic turning incubator; and 1920 Model automatic turning incubator w/digital output
For 5 Points: 1200 Model automatic turning incubator w/digital output (2) and 1200 Model automatic turning incubator (2)
Not Chosen: 360 Model combo hatcher, incubator and hatcher w/ digital output; 600 Model automatic turning incubator w/digital output; 960 Model automatic turning incubator w/digital output; 960 Model automatic turning incubator; and 1920 Model automatic turning incubator

3. The older traditional sizing of eggs went from size 0 to size 7, please tell me the weight range (in grams) of an egg in any of the traditional sizes.

For 10 Points:
70g-75g, 60g-65g, and 55g-60g
For 5 Points: 50g-55g (2) and 45g-50g (2)
Not Chosen: Greater than 75g, 65g-70g, and less than 45g

4. Please provide me with another example of circular cause and consequence (other than the chicken/egg one) as cited by Wikipedia.

For 10 Points:

Fear of violence/war can make people more defensive/violent, the resulting tension/violence will cause more fear.
An individual with no credit history (not to be confused with poor credit history) has trouble getting credit, yet creditors are hesitant to give loans to people who have little to no credit history.
For 5 Points:
More jobs cause more consumption, which requires more production, and thus more jobs. (3)
An increase in production to feed a growing population leads only to a further increase in population. (2)
Not Chosen:
Fear of economic downturn cause people to spend less, which reduces demand, causing economic downturn.
IPv6 content is not widely provided because of lack of support, but ISPs do not provide IPv6 support because of lack of content.
Jobs are not readily available to people who have little to no experience in the field, yet workers cannot get experience without getting a job.
An actor cannot join the actor's union unless he has played a role in a union film, but a non-union actor cannot get a role in a union film because he isn't in the union.

5. Please tell me a way that you would want to eat your eggs, please limit your answer to a single word that can be inserted in the phrase “______ egg(s).”

For 10 Points: Deviled, Poached, Fried, and Scotch
For 5 Points: Pickled (3)
Not Chosen: Boiled, Shirred, and others

The Results:
With 40 Points: brandz_mygirl, denni19, Mugaboo, and PDAZ
With 35 Points: deepakmr
With 25 Points: Gatsby722 and szabs


In an obviously hard fought battle, we had four players come out on top with 40 points. So the last Trivia Points for the month of February are awarded to brandz_mygirl, denni19, Mugaboo, and PDAZ . Well done to all of our players.

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#458097 - Mon Mar 09 2009 09:32 AM Re: February 2009 Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
Results for:

February 2009:

1. maninmidohio (8 points)
2. denni19
... Mugaboo
(both 7 Points)
4. deepakmr (6 Points)
5. brandz_mygirl
... leelee63
(both 5 Points)
7. Gatsby722 (4 points)
8. szabs
... Tredici
(both 2 Points)
10. PDAZ
.... skylar7
(both 1 Point)

Which, then, means that the running totals for the year (so far) are:

1. maninmidohio (14 Points)
2. denni19 (13 Points)
3. deepakmr
....Mugaboo (both 11 Points)
5. brandz_mygirl (10 Points)
6. leelee63 (8 Points)
7. deputygary
....Gatsby722
....szabs (all 7 Points)
10. PDAZ (3 Points)
11. Tredici (2 Points)
12. Gemini19
.....skylar7 (both 1 Point)


Edited by Gatsby722 (Mon Mar 09 2009 11:33 AM)
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