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Francesca Romano
Francesca Romano
Well-Connected

Mar-26-2013 18:47

Well, since we're very good with this whodunnit thing, I decided to launch this little game here.
It's pretty simple. I am someone (person, cartoon, book character, whatever) and everyone else can have a guess at who I am.
The one who guesses it has the next round, and we'll try to guess on him/her.
I hope this works. :-)
To start, I'll give you all one hint: I'm a real person.

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luc pfeiffer
luc pfeiffer
Red-Nosed

Apr-24-2013 23:04

Because I promised Breit that I would do this before I slept, here we go:

No Bela, unless you have something to do with bela Lugosi, I don't know about your origins. Anne might, but she's not here to ask. As she told me, she got the idea for this guy out of the reference to Vulcan. Mull that over a while, folks. Sorry Bela!!

Next one, yes, he is associated with religion.

Next one sub one. He was not a making or a pope. He was a SAINT! (YEH!!! we got one)

Next one sub two. He was not French, German, Italian, Spanish, or Scottish. He was ENGLISH.

Next one sub three. No he was not king of Hungary or Croatia. Repeat, our guy was not a king.

Next one sub four. Thought we'd done this one already, but in today's geographical terms, our guy is from WESTERN Europe, not eastern.

Next two. Oh nuts, you all didn't leave me a second subject to deal with. NUTS!

luc pfeiffer
luc pfeiffer
Red-Nosed

Apr-24-2013 23:07

You all will get your recap tomorrow. Until then, go English saint hunting. There should only be several hundred to sort through. Have fun! L

Daenerys Targaryen
Daenerys Targaryen
Bibliophile

Apr-25-2013 02:32

"Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?" :D Is it Thomas Becket? But he's the wrong century. So perhaps Edward the Confessor?

luc pfeiffer
luc pfeiffer
Red-Nosed

Apr-25-2013 17:24

hi again! glad to see that you started with the basics. and no our guy is not among the basics. he isn't thomas beckett. and edward the confessor was a king if i remember correctly. not sure about that today but i'll check. as for turbulence, yes i guess if you ask the right people, he was very turbulent (and according to them, NOT with the program). so in recap:

Our guy is:

A male.
A human.
Born on Earth.
Definitely a real person.
Has had at least one statue of him erected.
Comes "from heaven."
Was born before 1800.
Was born more than 500 years ago.
Was born more than 1000 years ago.
Was WESTERN European.
Is associated with religion.
Was and is a SAINT.
Was ENGLISH.
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Our guy is NOT or does NOT:

A female.
From an otherworldly place.
A mythical character.
Considered sexy or svelte. (Still laughin' at that one!! ;-)
A politician. (Same comment above applies. ;-)
An actor. (Ditto. ;-)
A terrorist. (Double ditto. ;-D
Currently alive.
American.
Have a statue placed in the U.S. (as far as I know).
Born more than 2000 years ago.
Roman.
An Emperor.
Jesus Christ.
God (the Christian version, or any other religious One).
Born in Rio de Janeiro.
A king or pope.
King of Hungary or Croatia
Eastern European
French, German, Italian, Spanish, or Scottish
Thomas Beckett
Edward the Confessor.

our guy is repeat NOT any of those. he IS an English Saint (in 200 point type). have fun and happy saint hunting. GO! L

luc pfeiffer
luc pfeiffer
Red-Nosed

Apr-25-2013 18:01

You're in luck, Daenerys! Edward the Confessor (aka as the last king of the house of Wessex) was canonized (declared a saint) a hundred years after he died in 1161. He was also the predecessor to Harold I (aka the guy shot in the eye while fighting Willian the Conqueror, or as the english call him, William the Bastard. and yes, he was one. but since the guy we're looking for was never a king, Edward's out of the running! Good luck and carry on! Luc

Cordelia Falco
Cordelia Falco
Battered Shoe

Apr-27-2013 06:49

*turns up late again*

The only English saints I can currently think of are Chad, Dunstan, Alphege and Cuthbert (helps to have had things named after saints in primary school), and I'm not actually sure whether they were English or just did their saint stuff in England. There's also Augustine, but I'm fairly sure he wasn't English. And Bede, but he was just a venerable. Aarrgh.

Peter O'Neil
Peter O'Neil
Old Shoe

Apr-27-2013 10:09

Well, just to continue the guessing:

Saint Boniface?

Saint Dunstan?

Breitkat
Breitkat
Pinball Amateur

Apr-27-2013 20:36

Answer: none of the above. and actually one of you is closer than you thought. i misspoke in that our guy was actually IRISH but did most of his work in ENGLAND. also, you might want to follow down the paths of Cuthbert and Chad. it could be that you'll run across our guy...L

Cordelia Falco
Cordelia Falco
Battered Shoe

Apr-28-2013 04:58

I can't remember: are we allowed to Google?

Peter O'Neil
Peter O'Neil
Old Shoe

Apr-28-2013 13:09

Must be St. Aidan.

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