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Jan-4-2005 18:37

See if there is interest for this.

1. Each day I will post 10 questions, at random times of the day.
2. Each Quiz runs exactly 24 hours.
3. The first person that has all 10 questions right, wins. Or if no one has all questions right, the best one wins.
4. You can only post answers ONCE for the same quiz.
5. No cash involved. Just glory. :)


Lady Emerald Devon
Lady Emerald Devon

Oct-26-2005 08:32

While Google/Wiki (or any other search engines) aren't allowed, there are ways of finding these answers ;)

1. Which John Wayne movie won his only oscar?
2. How much does the City News cost?
3. Which Spice girl married a famous British soccer player?
4. In which city is Da Vinci's "The Last Supper" currently located in?
5. Which countries border the Netherlands?
6. If a person is poisoned of Cynaide, what do they apparently smell of?
7. What is Dr Phil's last name?
8. What is a kibitz in chess?
9. What is a 15 sided polygon called?
10. What year was the Tommy Gun invented?


Oct-26-2005 10:08

3. Victoria
4. London
5. Germany and dunno
6. Dunno, but I recall thinking it was something relatively pleasant (as opposed to, like, death)
8. Too much chatter?
9. Tetrahedron

Dionne Dawson
Dionne Dawson

Oct-26-2005 11:07

2. 5ct
3. posh spice
4. milan
5. germany and belgium..and the english wish they did .. :)
6 almonds (thanks JR)
7 McGraw
8 talking..hebrew?
10 1918

P. Rockwell
P. Rockwell

Oct-26-2005 12:30

1. i bet The Cowboys, 'cause he dies.
2. 5 cents
3. posh?
5. France, Germany, belgium
6. Almonds is right :) CSI said that once.
7. What is Dr Phil's last name? McGraw
8. i really should know this aggrevise opening with the bishops?
9. What is a 15 sided polygon called? no clue
10. What year was the Tommy Gun invented? 1922?

Roxy Rosenthal
Roxy Rosenthal

Oct-26-2005 14:27

1) True Grit
2) 5 cents
3)? I dunno - Paprika Spice?
4) Milan, Italy
5) Germany and Belgium
6) Almonds
7)? Emasculatus?
8) A spectator
9) Pentadecagon
10) 1920

Hrmmm, I wonder why I had such a feeling of deja-vu when answering these ;)


Oct-27-2005 00:36

HA HA HA! Paprika!!!!

*chortles with enjoyment*

Lady Emerald Devon
Lady Emerald Devon

Oct-29-2005 00:58

Dionne Dawson is a winner with 7.
All these questions were past quiz questions. (Mostly from jstkdn).


Oct-29-2005 01:30

Ohhhhhhh, /that's/ why I knew the answer to the Tommy Gun one!

*was having an eerie sense of deja vu*

Blueberry Hill
Blueberry Hill
Lucky Stiff

Oct-29-2005 01:32

No googling now...

1. Name at least two countries which currently allow women to serve aboard submarines.

2. Name three countries with a bird on their national flag.

3. Name 6 cricket playing nations.

4. In what context would one use the words "choil" "ricasso" and "tang"?

5. Crows and ravens belong to the Corvidae family of birds. Name two other corvids.

6. What is the capital of:
a) Jordan
b) Sri Lanka
c) Saudi Arabia

7. True or false?
a) Diamonds cannot burn.
b) At one point, Sweden exported sand to Saudi Arabia.
c) Camel milk does not curdle.
d) Due to the Coriolis effect, water in a flushed toilet drains clockwise in the northern hemisphere and counterclockwise in the southern.

8. What country had the world's first female prime minister? (And what was her name?)

9. Bluetooth is a wireless specification allowing us to connect various electronic equipment. Where does the name come from?

10. Name three inventions by Swedish people.

Lady Emerald Devon
Lady Emerald Devon

Oct-29-2005 02:50

1. Australia and New Zealand
2. Mexico, Kiribati and
3. NZ/Aust/West Indies/India/Pakistan and Sri Lanka
4. Cooking
5. Jays/Magpies
6. a)Hondruas City
c)Hondruas City
7. a) False
b) True
c) True
d) True
8.India, Ghandi
9. A dictionary
10. Swedes, Swedish Meatballs and the Swedish Massage

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