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#63063 - Thu Oct 26 2000 08:00 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Answer to Daily...(#2)

Q101. Every mainland State (plus the Northern Territory) in Australia has a border with the State of South Australia. How far would you travel, in kilometres, if you started at at the southern end of the border between Western Australia and South Asutralia and walked along the entire length of South Australia's border (north then east then south), to the southern end of the border between Victoria and South Australia? (the distance is the same in the opposite direction)

Answer: 3185 Kms


New Q's..

Q103. For the year preceding 30 Nov 1986, what book was the biggest paperback seller in Australia?

Q104. What occupations were on the name badges that Hunter S Thompson and his attorney given when they went to the National District Attorneys Association 3rd National Narcotics and Dangerous drug Conference in Las Vegas?



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#63064 - Thu Oct 26 2000 10:40 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Q105. What was the date, in Turkey, on the day after 15-Feb-1916 ?

[This message has been edited by gtho4 (edited 10-26-2000).]


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#63065 - Thu Oct 26 2000 09:57 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Posts: 1173
Loc: Vancouver Canada
daily:
Q104. What occupations were on the name badges that Hunter S Thompson and his attorney given when they went to the National District Attorneys Association 3rd National Narcotics and Dangerous drug Conference in Las Vegas?
reporters

daily 2:
Q105. What was the date, in Turkey, on the day after 15-Feb-1916 ?
23-Feb-1916

stumper:
84. If I was playing Scotland Yard and took a cab from location #186 to location #198, what London landmark would I pass? karmaloupster - 10-23-2000 03:25 AM
Westminster Abbey


stumper 2:
85. 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)
karmaloupster - 10-23-2000 03:25 AM
CD-ROM Monopoly

just out for my evening wag


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#63066 - Thu Oct 26 2000 10:34 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Answer to Stumper....(#1)..

Q93. Australian history - on what date was the land area which is now known as the Northern Territory added to, and subsequently administered by, the colony of South Australia? The acts and events on this date were carried out under an Act of Parliament - what is the name of that Act? gtho4 - 10-25-2000 10:18 AM

Answer: The date was the 12th November 1863. The name of the act of parliament that was passed that day in SA, is the
"Northern Territory Act of 1863 (SA)".


New Q....#106..

Q106. In J Rovin's Trivial Pursuit strategy and tip type of book, first published in 1984, the author unlocks the secrets that had been previously only been revealed to a cardful of people. That of course, was how to play the game in such an annoying manner that you firstly drive the other person slowly insane and hence distracting themfrom the game, usually at critical moments. For example, amongst the chapter titles are such offerings as "Making Noises", "How To Distract Your Opponent by Fidgeting", "How to Force Your opponent into a Wrong Answer", "How to Use Your Voice to Trick Opponents" (a personal favourite), and of course "Making "Interesting" Editorial Comments". How does one weed out the very droll from the "interesting", I hear you say, well here's how Jeff went about it: "..your goal should be to make your opponent doubt the obvious. If the question is "One + one =?". No, you wouldn't want to lie, and it would be extreme to gasp "Jeez you'll never get this " as if the answer "two" couldn't be more wrong. However, there's no reason you can't say, half under your breath, "That's interesting!", or "I didn't know that!".....you'll come up with your own pet comments but other misleading expressions for simple questions are "I don't believe that!!", "Where do they get such blather??" and "We may have to look that up."...Of course conversely if you read a question that is difficult, a quiet, "Of course!" or "This one's a cinch!", will usually be enough to get your opponent to think less deeply then they should.".
As well as these pearls of wisdom, Jeff explains how to behave when answering and, basically explaining that you shouldn't fall for any crazy antics like the ones he just deescibed above. His mantra for asking questions consisted mainly of the, "6 Things Good Players Never Do", and apart from (i) Don't Demonstrate (ii) Don't Sing (iii) Don't Impersonate and (iv) Don't query, what other two things do good players never do?

P.S. (Personally I'm suprised Jeff is still alive to write the book if he practices what he is preaching here. He sure as hell hasn't played in any games over here, where the local rules allow other players to "glass' any player who tries any of these "psychological weapons" more then twice, we are fair and give warning in advance.)


[This message has been edited by karmaloupster (edited 10-27-2000).]


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#63067 - Thu Oct 26 2000 10:54 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Answer to Stumper (#2)..

Q97. What are the last two sentences in the novel "Fahrenheit 451"? posted 10-25-2000 11:30 PM

Answer: "And on either side of the river was there a tree of life, which bare 12 manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month. And the leaves of the tree were for the healing on the nations."

New Q...#107

Q107. What chapter in Kerouac's "Satori in Paris" is the shortest and how short is it? (# of pages)



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#63068 - Thu Oct 26 2000 10:57 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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s 99. Who in the 19th century, was responsible for the first major work on African Languages when he published his works which included over 300 words and phrases and over 150 different African languages? karmaloupster 25-Oct-2000 11:56pm

Sigismund Koelle in 1854

s 100. What literary character (minor) lived in Mill City with his girl? karmaloupster 25-Oct-2000 11:56pm

Remi Boncoeur with his girlfriend Lee Ann


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#63069 - Fri Oct 27 2000 12:11 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Name the artist for these songs:
S 12. Night Train

James Brown And The Famous Flames


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#63070 - Fri Oct 27 2000 04:04 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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73. What do the following have in common:
the Magna Carta 1215
Queen Victoria (1819-1901)
the 35th President of the USA

The answer is 63

The magna carta has 63 articles
Queen Victoria reigned fo 63 years
and JFK was assinated in 1963


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#63071 - Fri Oct 27 2000 09:40 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Q108. On the thank you pages in front of the prologue to this book, where authors thank their wife, dog, friends, family and a cast of colleagues sometimes bigger than Quo Vadis (and quite rightfully so), the author of this book says: "The project lasted for five years and demanded work on a scale I could never have hoped to achieve alone. Some 850 people were interviewed, and storage of the hundreds of thousands of documents required the addition of an entire new floor to my house".

The last paragraph in the book reads: "If there is a moral here, it is perhaps drawn by future Vice-Presdient Walter Mondale while taking part in the Senate probe of the CIA and FBI in 1975. 'The lesson we learn from history,' he said, 'is that we cannot keep our liberty secure by relying alone on the good faith of men with great power.' " The author is an investigative journalist who has written ssome fascinating books, one of which was about JFK. What is the name of this book? (or identify the subject matter of this book)


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#63072 - Fri Oct 27 2000 09:13 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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s 84. If I was playing Scotland Yard and took a cab from location #186 to location #198, what London landmark would I pass? karmaloupster 23-Oct-2000 3:25am

Kensington Palace

s 84. If I was playing Scotland Yard and took a cab from location #186 to location #198, what London landmark would I pass? karmaloupster 23-Oct-2000 3:25am

Buckingham Palace

pure unadulterated wags


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#63073 - Fri Oct 27 2000 10:54 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Posts: 1173
Loc: Vancouver Canada
daily:
Q107. What chapter in Kerouac's "Satori in Paris" is the shortest and how short is it? (# of pages)
The 3rd chapter / 3 pages

daily 2:
Q106. In J Rovin's Trivial Pursuit strategy and tip type of book..., what other two things do good players never do?
Don't gesture and don't pause.

stumper:
Q105. What was the date, in Turkey, on the day after 15-Feb-1916 ?
29-Feb-1916

stumper 2:
Q103. For the year preceding 30 Nov 1986, what book was the biggest paperback seller in Australia?
Running Man


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#63074 - Fri Oct 27 2000 10:55 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Q109. This pitcher started his first game, as a rookie, and threw a game with no hits. What is the name of this MLB player?

Q110. At the end of the game the number of strike outs equalled the age of the pitcher. Name two MLB pitchers who have achieved this distinction.

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#63075 - Sat Oct 28 2000 01:52 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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As you will notice, the numbers got out of sequence again. This happened at number 102. After Q101 the next submitter numbered his two new questions 103 & 104 omitting the number 102. So, the right number for every number after 101 should be one number less (ex: 103 = 102, 104 = 103, etc.)

Correct Answers:

karmaloupster - S3, 98, 101
gtho4 - 87, 95, 99, 100

Wrong Answers:

karmaloupster - S17, 90, 73, 93, 97
gtho4 - 80, S8, S17, S12, 84, 85
Jabberwock - S3, S17, 84, 85, 103, 104, 84, 85, 106, 105, 104, 102

Dead Stumpers:

karmaloupster - 65, 66
gtho4 - 67, 73

KL and Davjack - See SI!

[This message has been edited by Sagebrush (edited 10-28-2000).]

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#63076 - Sat Oct 28 2000 01:53 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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Here are the scores (including scores so far today), and the questions unanswered.


gtho4 .............. 905
Karmaloupster ... 890
Jabberwock ..... 715
PaulE ............. 550
chessart ........... 365
Barbs42 .......... 355
Partsdude ........ 315
Tangledrose ..... 210

STUMPERS

79. What set of African twins are regarded as being leading exponents of Contempory African Art? karmaloupster - 10-20-2000 12:00 AM

80. 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? karmaloupster - 10-20-2000 12:00 AM

81. What is the common link between the following people:
John Belushi
James Dean
JFK (the 35th President)
Nelson Mandella?
karmaloupster - 10-20-2000 07:57 AM

84. If I was playing Scotland Yard and took a cab from location #186 to location #198, what London landmark would I pass? karmaloupster - 10-23-2000 03:25 AM

85. 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)
karmaloupster - 10-23-2000 03:25 AM

88. Complete this sequence.. HH, GG, _, G, CC, AA? karmaloupster - 10-24-2000 03:25 AM

90. Where in Australia was the last horse race held where there was no loser?
gtho4 - 10-24-2000 11:24 AM

91. Following on from Q90, what are the names of the horses which contested this race?
gtho4 - 10-25-2000 06:15 AM

92. This major US city defaulted on the payment of its debts in the late 1970s - the last time this had occurred was 4 decades earlier in the 1930s. What was the date of this default? Who was mayor of this city on that fateful day (as he watched the clock wind down to the time of default)? gtho4 - 10-25-2000 10:18 AM

93. Australian history - on what date was the land area which is now known as the Northern Territory added to, and subsequently administered by, the colony of South Australia? The acts and events on this date were carried out under an Act of Parliament - what is the name of that Act? gtho4 - 10-25-2000 10:18 AM

94. In cricketing circles, what claim to fame does Clive Harburg hold?
karmaloupster - 10-25-2000 12:26 PM

96. What novel ends with the line.."Let us clearly understand what a miracle is. It's something contrariwise to the course of nature done by power of Will..." ?
Jabberwock - 10-25-2000 11:30 PM

97. What are the last two sentences in the novel "Fahrenheit 451"?
Jabberwock - 10-25-2000 11:30 PM

102. For the year preceding 30 Nov 1986, what book was the biggest paperback seller in Australia? karmaloupster - 10-26-2000 09:00 AM

103. What occupations were on the name badges that Hunter S Thompson and his attorney given when they went to the National District Attorneys Association 3rd National Narcotics and Dangerous drug Conference in Las Vegas? karmaloupster - 10-26-2000 09:00 AM

104. What was the date, in Turkey, on the day after 15-Feb-1916 ?
gtho4 - 10-26-2000 11:40 AM

105. In J Rovin's Trivial Pursuit strategy and tip type of book, first published in 1984, the author unlocks the secrets that had been previously only been revealed to a cardful of people. That of course, was how to play the game in such an annoying manner that you firstly drive the other person slowly insane and hence distracting themfrom the game, usually at critical moments. For example, amongst the chapter titles are such offerings as "Making Noises", "How To Distract Your Opponent by Fidgeting", "How to Force Your opponent into a Wrong Answer", "How to Use Your Voice to Trick Opponents" (a personal favourite), and of course "Making "Interesting" Editorial Comments". How does one weed out the very droll from the "interesting", I hear you say, well here's how Jeff went about it: "..your goal should be to make your opponent doubt the obvious. If the question is "One + one =?". No, you wouldn't want to lie, and it would be extreme to gasp "Jeez you'll never get this " as if the answer "two" couldn't be more wrong. However, there's no reason you can't say, half under your breath, "That's interesting!", or "I didn't know that!".....you'll come up with your own pet comments but other misleading expressions for simple questions are "I don't believe that!!", "Where do they get such blather??" and "We may have to look that up."...Of course conversely if you read a question that is difficult, a quiet, "Of course!" or "This one's a cinch!", will usually be enough to get your opponent to think less deeply then they should.".
As well as these pearls of wisdom, Jeff explains how to behave when answering and, basically explaining that you shouldn't fall for any crazy antics like the ones he just deescibed above. His mantra for asking questions consisted mainly of the, "6 Things Good Players Never Do", and apart from (i) Don't Demonstrate (ii) Don't Sing (iii) Don't Impersonate and (iv) Don't query, what other two things do good players never do?
karmaloupster - 10-26-2000 11:34 PM

106. What chapter in Kerouac's "Satori in Paris" is the shortest and how short is it? (# of pages) karmaloupster - 10-26-2000 11:54 PM

UNANSWERED 20 POINTERS

107. On the thank you pages in front of the prologue to this book, where authors thank their wife, dog, friends, family and a cast of colleagues sometimes bigger than Quo Vadis (and quite rightfully so), the author of this book says: "The project lasted for five years and demanded work on a scale I could never have hoped to achieve alone. Some 850 people were interviewed, and storage of the hundreds of thousands of documents required the addition of an entire new floor to my house".
The last paragraph in the book reads: "If there is a moral here, it is perhaps drawn by future Vice-Presdient Walter Mondale while taking part in the Senate probe of the CIA and FBI in 1975. 'The lesson we learn from history,' he said, 'is that we cannot keep our liberty secure by relying alone on the good faith of men with great power.' " The author is an investigative journalist who has written ssome fascinating books, one of which was about JFK. What is the name of this book? (or identify the subject matter of this book)
gtho4 - 10-27-2000 10:40 AM

108. This pitcher started his first game, as a rookie, and threw a game with no hits. What is the name of this MLB player? gtho4 - 10-27-2000 11:55 PM


109. At the end of the game the number of strike outs equalled the age of the pitcher. Name two MLB pitchers who have achieved this distinction. gtho4 - 10-27-2000 11:55 PM


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 8. Last Night
S12. Night Train
S17. Soul Shake

Good Luck !


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#63077 - Sat Oct 28 2000 02:03 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
Sagebrush Offline
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As you can see we have a lot of stumpers on the board. To try and eliminate this I have a rule for the last two days of this game. Starting tomorrow (Monday, Oct 30th) a player can answer three (3) stumpers and two (2) dailies per day and ask only two (2) new questions each day.
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#63078 - Sat Oct 28 2000 10:09 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
Jabberwock Offline
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Posts: 1173
Loc: Vancouver Canada
LOL! look at my list of incorrect answers!
Oh man!
And not one correct answer!

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#63079 - Sat Oct 28 2000 10:39 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
gtho4 Offline
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jw, have I ever told you you're a great bloke? please continue answering kl's stumpers, starting with the oldest ones please, thanks mate - same goes for everyone else, answer kl's stumpers lol

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#63080 - Sat Oct 28 2000 10:10 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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LOL GTHO...JW's WAG's are great value at the end of another day like the one before, however what was it that they say about infinite monkeys, infinite typewriters and the works of Shakespeare?..


I think Monty Burns said it best..

Mr Burns (Reading from a piece of paper taken from a typewriter that has a monkey chained to it):

"It was the Best of times it was the BLURST of times!!. You stupid monkeys..."


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#63081 - Mon Oct 30 2000 12:00 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
gtho4 Offline
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Name the artist for these songs:
S 8. Last Night

  • The Mar-Keys

    Name the artist for these songs:
    S17. Soul Shake

  • Bruce Willis

    s 80. 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? karmaloupster Fri 20-Oct-2000 12:00am

  • Liberia wag

    s 103. What occupations were on the name badges that Hunter S Thompson and his attorney given when they went to the National District Attorneys Association 3rd National Narcotics and Dangerous drug Conference in Las Vegas? karmaloupster Thu 26-Oct-2000 9:00am

  • private investigator from LA
  • expert in criminal drug analysis

    s 105. In J Rovin's Trivial Pursuit strategy and tip type of book, first published in 1984, the author unlocks the secrets that had been previously only been revealed to a cardful of people. That of course, was how to play the game in such an annoying manner that you firstly drive the other person slowly insane and hence distracting themfrom the game, usually at critical moments ..... consisted mainly of the, "6 Things Good Players Never Do", and apart from (i) Don't Demonstrate (ii) Don't Sing (iii) Don't Impersonate and (iv) Don't query, what other two things do good players never do? karmaloupster Thu 26-Oct-2000 11:34pm

  • don't garnish
  • don't editorialise in a helpful manner

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    #63082 - Mon Oct 30 2000 02:53 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
    Anonymous
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    Answer To Dailys (#1 and #2)):

    Q108. This pitcher started his first game, as a rookie, and threw a game with no hits. What is the name of this MLB player? gtho4 - 10-27-2000 11:55 PM

    Answer: Charles "Bumpus" Jones.

    Q109. At the end of the game the number of strike outs equalled the age of the pitcher. Name two MLB pitchers who have achieved this distinction. gtho4 - 10-27-2000 11:55 PM

    Kenny Wood

    and

    Bob Feller


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    #63083 - Mon Oct 30 2000 03:19 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
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    Answer t0 Stumpers....

    Q104. What was the date, in Turkey, on the day after 15-Feb-1916 ? gtho4 - 10-26-2000 11:40 AM

    Answer : The next day was (in OZ style calender) 01-03-1917 or 1st March 1917.


    Q107. On the thank you pages in front of the prologue to this book, where authors thank their wife, dog, friends, family and a cast of colleagues sometimes bigger than Quo Vadis (and quite rightfully so), the author of this book says: "The project lasted for five years and demanded work on a scale I could never have hoped to achieve alone. Some 850 people were interviewed, and storage of the hundreds of thousands of documents required the addition of an entire new floor to my house".
    The last paragraph in the book reads: "If there is a moral here, it is perhaps drawn by future Vice-Presdient Walter Mondale while taking part in the Senate probe of the CIA and FBI in 1975. 'The lesson we learn from history,' he said, 'is that we cannot keep our liberty secure by relying alone on the good faith of men with great power.' " The author is an investigative journalist who has written ssome fascinating books, one of which was about JFK. What is the name of this book? (or identify the subject matter of this book)
    gtho4 - 10-27-2000 10:40 AM

    Answer: Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1993. by Anthonuy Summers.


    One more and Q's to come..

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    #63084 - Mon Oct 30 2000 09:23 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
    gtho4 Offline
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    Q110. What is the common link between these people aka philosophers:
    Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
    John Locke (1622-1704)
    Rene Descartes (1596-1650)
    Soren Kiekegaard (1813-1855)

    Q111. What were the next two items on the agenda for President Kennedy on the day he was shot in Dallas - what was his programme: his next stop was a speaking engagement - where was he due to speak? After this he was due to fly out to another location - what was that destination?


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    #63085 - Mon Oct 30 2000 11:58 PM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
    Anonymous
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    Answer to Stumper:


    Q90. Where in Australia was the last horse race held where there was no loser?
    gtho4 - 10-24-2000 11:24 AM


    Answer: Newcastle, NSW

    New Q's.......#


    Q112. Fill in the missing letter in this Sequence:


    K, C, B,_, A, L?

    Q113. Fill in the missing letter in this Sequence:


    C, L, _ ,G, M, F?


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    #63086 - Tue Oct 31 2000 12:00 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
    gtho4 Offline
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    Name the artist for these songs:
    S 12. Night Train

  • Buddy Morrow

    s 96. What novel ends with the line.."Let us clearly understand what a miracle is. It's something contrariwise to the course of nature done by power of Will..." ? Jabberwock 25-Oct-2000 11:30pm

  • The Man Who Could Work Miracles; A Pantoum in Prose by HG Wells

    s 80. 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? karmaloupster Fri 20-Oct-2000 12:00am

  • Chile

    s 81. What is the common link between the following people:
    John Belushi
    James Dean
    JFK (the 35th President)
    Nelson Mandella?
    karmaloupster Fri 20-Oct-2000 7:57am

  • they were 5 feet 9 inches tall

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    #63087 - Tue Oct 31 2000 04:31 AM Re: Trivia "Shootout" Game IX b.
    gtho4 Offline
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    .oops, Q80 expired to the stumper dead pile yesterday, this is the 3rd stumper question for the day

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    s 97. What are the last two sentences in the novel "Fahrenheit 451"? Jabberwock - 10-25-Oct-2000 11:30pm

    And on either side of the river was was there a tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month; and the leaves of the tree were for healing of the nations. Yes thought Montag, that's the one I'll save for noon. For noon... When we reach the city.


    Q114. At the time Hawaii became a State of the USA one of the islands in the group was excised and did not form part of the State of Hawaii. What is the name of this island?


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