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#63013 - Wed Oct 18 2000 09:35 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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newQ72. Other than the Queen's face, what is featured on both the Canadian $20 bill, and the Canadian $1 coin?

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#63014 - Thu Oct 19 2000 01:08 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Name the artist for these songs:
S10. Maybe

The Chantels


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#63015 - Thu Oct 19 2000 04:56 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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I promise that there will be an update some time before 2 pm (EST) today.
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#63016 - Thu Oct 19 2000 08:33 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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64. Prior to the (Major League baseball) 2000 postseason, which pitcher had the most postseason starts without getting a win? chessart 16-Oct-2000 9:55am

Dwight Gooden had 9 postseason starts without a win

Q73. European Soccer - there are less than a dozen players who have received a winners medal from all three European cup competitions. Name the two Dutchmen who have received a medal in each of the three competitons (from their inception up to the end of the 1997-98 season):
Cup-Winners Cup
UEFA Cup (formerly Inter-Cities Fairs Cup)
Champions League (formerly European Cup)

Q74. European soccer - name the two players who have received a total of six European medals (from any or all of these three competitions, from their inception up to the end of the 1997-98 season):
Cup-Winners Cup
UEFA Cup (formerly Inter-Cities Fairs Cup)
Champions League (formerly European Cup)


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#63017 - Thu Oct 19 2000 07:20 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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As you will notice, numbers got out of wack again. Around numer 64.

Correct Answers:

gtho4 - 28, 49, 70, S10, 64
Jabberwock - 62, 68, 72
karmaloupster - 58, 35, 61
Barbs42 - 69

Wrong Answers:

gtho4 - 63
Jabberwock - 31
chessart - S17, 54, S3
karmaloupster - 53, S8
Barbs42 - S5

Dead Stumpers:

gtho4 - 26
chessart - 31

Points Pending

karmaloupster - 52

KL - What character was Ralph?

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#63018 - Thu Oct 19 2000 07:20 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Here are the scores (including scores so far today), and the questions unanswered.


gtho4 .............. 675
Karmaloupster ... 670
Jabberwock ..... 665
PaulE ............. 550
chessart ........... 355
Barbs42 .......... 355
Partsdude ........ 315
Tangledrose ..... 210

STUMPERS

52. In the film "Tell Your Children" (a.k.a "Reefer Madness"), who is the first person (minor character) the audience sees go insane from the use of marijuana?
Jabberwock - 10-11-2000 09:31 AM (Points Pending)

53. When the pitcher stepped up to the mound in this baseball match it was without precedent. The pitcher was female. What are the names of the two MLB teams in this match, and who was this lady? gtho4 - 10-12-2000 05:04 AM

54. The House of Representatives in the US Congress is re-elected en masse every two years. No positions carry over from the previously elected - the Speaker is elected and all members are sworn in by the Speaker. However, before that can be done the Speaker himself must be sworn in. In accordance with tradition (as the constitution does not set out any procedure) who swears in the Speaker? gtho4 - 10-12-2000 09:07 AM

56. In the film "Reefer Madness", what is Blanche's fate? Jabberwock - 10-12-2000 11:15 PM

59. The popular detective board game, "Scotland Yard" is a tactical detective chase, which is played on a distinct board resembling a map of a part of London, with numerically ordered transportation stops situated around the board. If you were playing the part of the criminal, "Mr X", your goal is to stay one step ahead of the detectives. If you were located at the site number directly outside, "The Old Scotland Yard", what is THE LOWEST location number, NUMERICALLY that you could reach by using two tickets of any mode of transport?
(Answer should be in the format: Location # ?) karmaloupster - 10-16-2000 05:13 AM

60. If you play the musical record, "Walk This Way" by Run DMC and Aerosmith backwards, what message does the chorus contain when played backwards?
karmaloupster - 10-16-2000 05:13 AM

63. What position player (i.e., not a pitcher) lasted for 15 seasons in the Major Leagues, despite appearing in less than 30% of his team's games
chessart - 10-16-2000 09:22 AM

65. Liverpool FC, recently enjoyed a 4-0 win away from their home ground of Anfield, when they defeated Derby County at Pride Park. This victory was Liverpool's biggest away win for how many years? karmaloupster - 10-17-2000 02:27 AM


66. What do the following have in common:
Eiffel Tower
Statue of Liberty
Arc De' Triomphe
Batmobile?
karmaloupster - 10-17-2000 02:27 AM

67. What do the following have in common:
the Wright Brothers (no introduction needed)
Cullinan diamond (largest reported find at 3,106 carats)
Billy Wright (UK soccer player & England International)
gtho4 - 10-17-2000 09:38 AM

71. What artists were performing at the Desert Inn Casino, Las Vegas when Hunter S Thompson and his attorney are thrown out after claiming to know one of the artists, in the book, "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"? karmaloupster - 10-18-2000 04:44 AM

73. What do the following have in common:
the Magna Carta 1215
Queen Victoria (1819-1901)
the 35th President of the USA
gtho4 - 10-18-2000 11:25 AM

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74. Other than the Queen's face, what is featured on both the Canadian $20 bill, and the Canadian $1 coin? Jabberwock - 10-18-2000 10:35 PM

75. European Soccer - there are less than a dozen players who have received a winners medal from all three European cup competitions. Name the two Dutchmen who have received a medal in each of the three competitons (from their inception up to the end of the 1997-98 season):
Cup-Winners Cup
UEFA Cup (formerly Inter-Cities Fairs Cup)
Champions League (formerly European Cup)
gtho4 - 10-19-2000 09:33 AM

76. European soccer - name the two players who have received a total of six European medals (from any or all of these three competitions, from their inception up to the end of the 1997-98 season):
Cup-Winners Cup
UEFA Cup (formerly Inter-Cities Fairs Cup)
Champions League (formerly European Cup)
gtho4 - 10-19-2000 09:33 AM

SAGEBRUSH QUESTIONS


To help those under 50 points of second place leader, these people will score double for these and it won't count against their daily limit. Although it won't count as your daily, you can answer only one of these bonus questions per day. This offer is good until they get within range or The Blowout / Catch-up Round (last 5 week days of the month/game).

All others may answer, but for 20 points and it will count as your daily.

Name the artist for these songs:


S 3. Big Big World
S 5. Groovy Kind of Love
S 8. Last Night
S12. Night Train
S17. Soul Shake

Good Luck !

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#63019 - Thu Oct 19 2000 09:49 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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S 5. Groovy Kind of Love
The Mindbenders

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#63020 - Thu Oct 19 2000 09:53 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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stumper:
65. Liverpool FC, recently enjoyed a 4-0 win away from their home ground of Anfield, when they defeated Derby County at Pride Park. This victory was Liverpool's biggest away win for how many years? karmaloupster - 10-17-2000 02:27 AM
8 years


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#63021 - Thu Oct 19 2000 09:58 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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newQ77. What is the last sentence in Kesey's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"?

newQ78. What are the last two sentences in Salinger's "The Catcher in the Rye"?


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#63022 - Thu Oct 19 2000 11:00 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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78. What are the last two sentences in Salinger's "The Catcher in the Rye"? Jabberwock 19-Oct-2000 10:58pm

Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody.

74. Other than the Queen's face, what is featured on both the Canadian $20 bill, and the Canadian $1 coin? Jabberwock 18-Oct-2000 10:35 PM

theloon bird


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#63023 - Thu Oct 19 2000 11:00 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Answer to Daily:

S3 Big Big World

Answer: Bill Harley

Answer to Stumper:

54. The House of Representatives in the US Congress is re-elected en masse every two years. No positions carry over from the previously elected - the Speaker is elected and all members are sworn in by the Speaker. However, before that can be done the Speaker himself must be sworn in. In accordance with tradition (as the constitution does not set out any procedure) who swears in the Speaker? gtho4 - 10-12-2000 09:07 AM

Answer: The President of the US

(Big WAG)

New Q's..

Q79. What set of African twins are regarded as being leading exponents of Contempory African Art?

Q80. What country's flag was designed by an american serving in their national army, after he was inspired by the USA's Stars and Stripes?

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#63024 - Fri Oct 20 2000 06:57 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Answer to Daily:


75. European Soccer - there are less than a dozen players who have received a winners medal from all three European cup competitions. Name the two Dutchmen who have received a medal in each of the three competitons (from their inception up to the end of the 1997-98 season):
Cup-Winners Cup
UEFA Cup (formerly Inter-Cities Fairs Cup)
Champions League (formerly European Cup)
gtho4 - 10-19-2000 09:33 AM

Answer: Arnold Mühren, Danny Blind.


Answer to Stumper to come after 9:33 AM...

New Q...

Q81. What is the common link between the following people:

John Belushi
James Dean
JFK (the 35th President)
Nelson Mandella?


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#63025 - Fri Oct 20 2000 09:44 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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S 8. Last Night
Gloria Gaynor

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#63026 - Fri Oct 20 2000 09:51 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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71. What artists were performing at the Desert Inn Casino, Las Vegas when Hunter S Thompson and his attorney are thrown out after claiming to know one of the artists, in the book, "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"? karmaloupster - 10-18-2000 04:44 AM
Debbie Reynolds and Harry James

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#63027 - Fri Oct 20 2000 10:02 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Answer to Stumper...

Q76. European soccer - name the two players who have received a total of six European medals (from any or all of these three competitions, from their inception up to the end of the 1997-98 season):
Cup-Winners Cup
UEFA Cup (formerly Inter-Cities Fairs Cup)
Champions League (formerly European Cup)?

Answer: Francisco Gento López and Ray Clemence.

New Q....


Q82. Who has the latest Radiohead album been dedicated to?


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#63028 - Sun Oct 22 2000 11:00 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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82. Who has the latest Radiohead album been dedicated to? karmaloupster 20-Oct-2000 11:02pm

their latest album Kid A was dedicated to the first human clone

Q83. Soccer - what is the name of the first British player to figure in a transfer fee of more than 50,000 pounds?

.. oops

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#63029 - Mon Oct 23 2000 02:25 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Answer to Daily...

Q83. Soccer - what is the name of the first British player to figure in a transfer fee of more than 50,000 pounds?


Answer: The Welshman, John Charles in 1957 when he left Leeds United to go to Juventus for 65,000 pounds.


Answer to Stumper...

Q73. What do the following have in common:
the Magna Carta 1215
Queen Victoria (1819-1901)
the 35th President of the USA
gtho4 - 10-18-2000 11:25 AM


Answer: They were all born (or created for the Magna Carta) under the star sign Gemini (22th May to 21st June, JFK was born on 29th May, 1917, Queen Victoria was born on the 24th May 1819, and the Magna Carta was signed at Runnymeade (or born at Runnymeade) on the 15th June, 1215.


New Q's.....#'s 84 and 85

Q84. If I was playing Scotland Yard and took a cab from location
#186 to location #198, what London landmark would I pass?

Q85. What variation of a popular board game had seen a game which was played by over 400 participants together?
(N.B. please give name of game variation - eg if the question was a card game variation, the answer could be 7 Card stud Poker, not just Poker)


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#63030 - Mon Oct 23 2000 07:23 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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81. What is the common link between the following people:
John Belushi
James Dean
JFK (the 35th President)
Nelson Mandella?
karmaloupster 20-Oct-2000 7:57am

they all studied law

Q86. Soccer - for which club did this person play - this person is the first player to score a hat-trick for Scotland in a World Cup match.


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#63031 - Mon Oct 23 2000 08:21 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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#63032 - Mon Oct 23 2000 10:22 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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daily:
Q84. If I was playing Scotland Yard and took a cab from location
#186 to location #198, what London landmark would I pass? posted by karmaloupster - 10-23-2000 03:25 AM

wag Big Ben

stumper:
59. The popular detective board game, "Scotland Yard" is a tactical detective chase, which is played on a distinct board resembling a map of a part of London, with numerically ordered transportation stops situated around the board. If you were playing the part of the criminal, "Mr X", your goal is to stay one step ahead of the detectives. If you were located at the site number directly outside, "The Old Scotland Yard", what is THE LOWEST location number, NUMERICALLY that you could reach by using two tickets of any mode of transport?
(Answer should be in the format: Location # ?) karmaloupster - 10-16-2000 05:13 AM

um, bigger wag
Location # 16

no new questions =)


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#63033 - Mon Oct 23 2000 11:00 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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s77. What is the last sentence in Kesey's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"? Jabberwock 19-Oct-2000 10:58pm

swag I been away a long time


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#63034 - Tue Oct 24 2000 02:25 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Answer to Daily:

Q86. Soccer - for which club did this person play - this person is the first player to score a hat-trick for Scotland in a World Cup match.

Answer: East Fife is the club that H Morris played for when in he scored the first World Cup Hattrick for scotland against Northern Ireland on October 1 1949, in a game Scotland won 8-2.

Answer to Stumper:

Q73. What do the following have in common:
the Magna Carta 1215
Queen Victoria (1819-1901)
the 35th President of the USA
gtho4 - 10-18-2000 11:25 AM

Answer: The common link is that they all have memorials in their name in the Runnymede area.

New Q's....#'s 87 and 88

Q87. Who recently brought up 1000 International One Day runs with a six?


Q88. Complete this sequence..

HH, GG, _, G, CC, AA?


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#63035 - Tue Oct 24 2000 02:29 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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BTW, both of JW's WAG's on Q's 59 and 84 were incorrect....sorry JW I'd give you the Scotland Yard points for the guess alone but you know these moderators..lol..Thanks GTHO..

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#63036 - Tue Oct 24 2000 03:34 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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sorry kl, just noticed you answered two Qs (der)
answer to 73 is wrong, for Q86 see SO Input
btw there are no sites unread on the inet about SYard
should've gone to the shop and bought it lol

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Q89. Casey Jones - what was the name of the conductor on his train at the time of the accident which killed him, and what was the name of the conductor on the other train (the one he ran into)?


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#63037 - Tue Oct 24 2000 05:54 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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86
answered correctly by KL

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