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#61482 - Tue Sep 05 2000 11:00 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Here are the titles I promised. Late, but here.


Sagebrush Titles:

S 1. A little bitty tear let me down
S 2. Blue Angel
S 3. Bottle of wine
S 4. Dancin' in the dark
S 5. For what it's worth
S 6. Heat wave (60s)
S 7. I don't wanna cry
S 8. Long green
S 9. Mr. Blue
S10. Rockin' to the rythm of the blues

Good luck!

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#61483 - Tue Sep 05 2000 01:01 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Answer to daily..S1

S 1. A little bitty tear let me down


Answer: Burl Ives

New Q..#14

Q14 Who is the odd person out in this group and why?

Dweezil Zappa
Ziggy Marley
Liv Tyler
Drew Barrymore


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#61484 - Tue Sep 05 2000 01:18 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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S6 answer Heatwave- Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.

Q15 On the TV show MASH, according to their sign post in the camp compound how many miles is Decatur Illinois from the 4077th?

Q16 Who was the first major league baseball player to wear a number on his uniform?

[This message has been edited by PARTSDUDE (edited 09-05-2000).]

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#61485 - Tue Sep 05 2000 02:08 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Answer to Q#130..

130. These three men all did something that is totally unrelated to their occupations. What did they do?

James B. Connoly-author
George Patton-general
Dr. Benjamin Spock-author

Answer: They all represented the US at the Olympics


New Q...#17

Q17. Who is the odd person put of these four and why:

Bryant Gumbel

Venus Williams

Russell Crowe

Martina Navratilova


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#61486 - Tue Sep 05 2000 08:26 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Q15 On the TV show MASH, according to their sign post in the camp compound how many miles is Decatur Illinois from the 4077th?

9412 mi

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#61487 - Tue Sep 05 2000 10:15 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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new question
Q18. Female deer do not possess antlers (except for female reindeer and caribou). What is the only male considered a true deer, that does not have antlers?

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#61488 - Tue Sep 05 2000 11:00 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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8. What is the missing number in this sequence? 1, 7, 11, __, 77, 107 Jabberwock 04-Sep-2000 10:24pm

27

16. Who was the first major league baseball player to wear a number on his uniform? Partsdude 05-Sep-2000 2:18pm

Jack Graney


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#61489 - Wed Sep 06 2000 07:13 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Q14 Who is the odd person out in this group and why?

Dweezil Zappa
Ziggy Marley
Liv Tyler
Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore is the only one not an offspring of a rock and roll or rock or reggae star.

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#61490 - Wed Sep 06 2000 08:12 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Q19
In the movie A Clockwork Orange, When Alex completes his teatment and is released from prison, the first place he goes is home to his mom and dad. The question is, when he comes in the door, a song was playing on their radio before they turned it off. What was that song?

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#61491 - Wed Sep 06 2000 08:27 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Q20. In the last week of Aug-2000 the Australian horse racing industry presented its annual awards at a gala function at the Crown Casino, Melbourne. Which horse was voted awarded the title of Horse of the Year? Who are the owners of this horse?

Q21. Following on from Q20, on what date was the Horse of the Year foaled (born)? Who was the sire of this horse?


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#61492 - Wed Sep 06 2000 09:04 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Stumper

7. What was the name of the most prolific domestic cat on record? (produced 420 kittens during her breeding life) Jabberwock - 09-04-2000 10:24 PM

Dusty from Bonham, Texas

Daily

11. Exactly the same situation as Q10, except that you are a citizen of the USA, and accordingly must lodge a US tax return and are subject to the normal US tax laws on that dividend income. The tax on that dividend is not limited to the %age specified in the tax treaty as the IRS wish to tax you as a US resident, because you are a citizen of the US. You wish to argue with the IRS that you should be considered a non-resident and/or that the %age rate specified in the tax treaty should apply to your situation. What is the IRS Form Number that you must complete (specifying your situation and reasons), and then attach to your US tax return? gtho4 - 09-05-2000 09:49 AM

Form Number 8833



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#61493 - Wed Sep 06 2000 09:06 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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S 8. Long green
answer: The Kingsmen

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#61494 - Wed Sep 06 2000 11:35 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Q22. Greenpeace have recently boarded a dredger in the South China Sea in order to prevent in dredging potentially dangerous chemicals in the mud.
What is to be be built at the site where the dredger was operating?

Q23. Which company has won the tender to build packages five, six and seven of the Kowloon Station /development?

Sorry, got my numbering all out of whack.

[This message has been edited by PaulE (edited 09-07-2000).]


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#61495 - Wed Sep 06 2000 07:02 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Q20. In the last week of Aug-2000 the Australian horse racing industry presented its annual awards at a gala function at the Crown Casino, Melbourne. Which horse was voted awarded the title of Horse of the Year? Who are the owners of this horse?
Sunline owned by Trevor McKee, Thayne Green & Helen Lusty

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#61496 - Wed Sep 06 2000 11:00 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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new Q24 Who, according to historian Richard Shenkman, was the dumbest U.S. President ever?

[This message has been edited by chessart (edited 09-07-2000).]


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#61497 - Wed Sep 06 2000 11:08 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Answer to Stumper Q122
Q122. What do these well-known women have in common?
Lucille Ball
Audrey Hepburn
Gloria Vanderbilt


Answer: They all were brought up by their mother's, having all lost contact (through death or seperation) with their fathers when they were young.


Answer to Daily S4..

S 4. Dancin' in the dark


Answer: Bruce Springsteen

New Q's..the Q#'s seem to have got a lit askew..I think Paul E's Q's should be #'s 22 and 23, Chessart's should be #24, making these2 Q25 and 26..

Q25 What show had episode titles including ;

Ahhh! Wilderness
Burning Love
Messenger of Death?

Q26. Who toured Australia in 1992 as support for The Violent Femmes?


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#61498 - Thu Sep 07 2000 02:38 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
gtho4 Offline
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18. Female deer do not possess antlers (except for female reindeer and caribou). What is the only male considered a true deer, that does not have antlers? Jabberwock 05-Sep-2000 11:15pm

musk deer moschidae

19. In the movie A Clockwork Orange, when Alex completes his teatment and is released from prison, the first place he goes is home to his mom and dad. The question is, when he comes in the door, a song was playing on their radio before they turned it off. What was that song? Partsdude 06-Sep-2000 9:12pm

I Want to Marry A Lighthouse Keeper


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#61499 - Thu Sep 07 2000 04:42 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
gtho4 Offline
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Q27. What is the unique achievement held by the darts player Eric Bristow?

Q28. There are many instances of a darts players scoring 501 to go out with only three visits to the throwing line (three throws each visit to the line) . Who is generally acknowledged as being the first player to execute this feat while the game was shown live on television, and what was the date?


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#61500 - Thu Sep 07 2000 08:23 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
chessart Offline
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S 3. Bottle of wine
answer: The Fireballs (I think this is the answer you are probably looking for, although Tom Paxton wrote it and also recorded it.)

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#61501 - Thu Sep 07 2000 08:23 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Q27. What is the unique achievement held by the darts player Eric Bristow?
On February 21st., 1989, at Buckingham Palace, London, Eric Bristow became the first dart player to receive the coveted Member of the British Empire award (M.B.E.).

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#61502 - Thu Sep 07 2000 08:24 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Q29 Which U.S. President impoved relations with Mexico when he visited Mexico City's historic Chapultepec Castle and laid a floral wreath at the foot of a stone monument honoring Los Niños Héroes, "the child heroes", six teenage cadets who had died in the Mexican-American War in 1847, when American troops stormed the castle?

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#61503 - Thu Sep 07 2000 08:28 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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See Below..

[This message has been edited by karmaloupster (edited 09-07-2000).]


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#61504 - Thu Sep 07 2000 08:28 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Answer to daily #28..

Q28. There are many instances of a darts players scoring 501 to go out with only three visits to the throwing line (three throws each visit to the line) . Who is generally acknowledged as being the first player to execute this feat while the game was shown live on television, and what was the date?

Answer: British "star" John Lowe on October 13, 1984 in an action packed Qtr Final of the MFI World Matchplay Championships.

New Q.. #30

Q30. What is the significance or common link between these years:

1914 1939 1963 1978


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#61505 - Thu Sep 07 2000 08:53 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Answer To Stumper ..(As far as I can tell this qualifies as a Stumper by about 2 mins..)

Q21. Following on from Q20, on what date was the Horse of the Year foaled (born)? Who was the sire of this horse?

Answer: Sunline was foaled on 29 September 1995 and the Sire was Desert Sun, from Great Britain.

ok..new Q..#31..

Q31. Which is the odd one out of these and why..

1800 2000 2100 2300


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#61506 - Thu Sep 07 2000 09:45 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game VIII
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Q29 Which U.S. President impoved relations with Mexico when he visited Mexico City's historic Chapultepec Castle and laid a floral wreath at the foot of a stone monument honoring Los Niños Héroes, "the child heroes", six teenage cadets who had died in the Mexican-American War in 1847, when American troops stormed the castle?

President Clinton in 1997.

Q32. Where do the brachiocephalic artery, the left common carotid artery and the left subclavian artery originate from?

[This message has been edited by PaulE (edited 09-07-2000).]


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