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4.  My WAG is Gibraltar.  

“When your best friend is the son of God, you get tired of losing every argument.”

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2: Vault

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Chuck Norris’ real name is Carlos.

Doggie name is Comet.  

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Answers to Tuesday, May 30, 2023

1. The name “Chuck” is usually short for “Charles.” But in Chuck Norris’ case, it’s short for what six-letter name?

Carlos

2. Kerri Strug had to be carried to the podium to receive her gold medal in the 1996 Olympics after injuring her ankle during what event?

Vault

3. A “gelasin” is a small, natural indentation of the flesh within the structure of the zygomaticus major muscle. It is better known as a... what?

Dimple

4. The 30,000 residents of what British territory frequently speak the language Llanito, a form of Spanish heavily laced with words from English?

Gibraltar

5. Buddy, the golden retriever who played Air Bud in the 1997 movie, also briefly replaced the canine actor who played the Tanners’ pet dog on “Full House.” What was his celestial name on that show?

Comet


   
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Questions for Wednesday, May 31, 2023

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1. What fictional retail business did George come up with in a 1997 “Seinfeld” episode titled “The Comeback”?

2. Standing at over 268 feet, a Ponderosa pine named Phalanx is believed to be the tallest pine tree in the world. It’s found in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, in the southwest corner of which state?

3. A ballpoint pen known as the “Cristal” is in the Museum of Modern Art thanks to its ubiquitous, classic design. What company makes the Cristal?

4. Who are the only father and son duo to both win the American Film Institute’s “Life Achievement Award,” in 1991 and 2009?

5. What sweet, nutty dessert originated in the Ottoman empire, and may get its name from the Mongolian for “bundle”?


   
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3.  Bic  ?

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4. Kirk and Michael Douglas

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5 Baklava

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1. Vandelay Industries


   
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2. Oregon. Just saw something on this not that long ago.


   
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Answers to Wednesday, May 31, 2023

1. What fictional retail business did George come up with in a 1997 “Seinfeld” episode titled “The Comeback”?

The Jerk Store

2. Standing at over 268 feet, a Ponderosa pine named Phalanx is believed to be the tallest pine tree in the world. It’s found in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, in the southwest corner of which state?

Oregon

3. A ballpoint pen known as the “Cristal” is in the Museum of Modern Art thanks to its ubiquitous, classic design. What company makes the Cristal?

Bic

4. Who are the only father and son duo to both win the American Film Institute’s “Life Achievement Award,” in 1991 and 2009?

Kirk and Michael Douglas

5. What sweet, nutty dessert originated in the Ottoman empire, and may get its name from the Mongolian for “bundle”?

Baklava


   
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June Bugs: Five creepy crawly quandaries.

Answers in tomorrow’s email.

1. Are the mosquitoes that feed on human blood male or female?

2. If you’re an apiculturist, you’re really into what kind of bugs?

3. The Goliath bird-eater is the world’s largest… what?

4. The silkworm was first domesticated over 5,000 years ago. It almost exclusively eats the leaves of what kind of tree?

5. Centipedes’ name would suggest that they have one hundred legs. Millipedes should have a thousand. They both definitely have fewer than a myriad, despite the fact that they are members of the Myriapoda subphylum. A myriad is an actual number. What number is it?


   
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3.  Spider


   
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1. Female

2. Bees

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4. Mulberry

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Answers to Thursday, June 1, 2023

June Bugs: Five creepy crawly quandaries.

1. Are the  mosquitoes that feed on human blood male, or female?

Female

2. If you’re an apiculturist, you’re really into what kind of bugs?

Bees

3. The Goliath bird-eater is the world’s largest… what?

Spider (largest by weight, to be specific)

4. The silkworm was first domesticated over 5,000 years ago. It almost exclusively eats the leaves of what kind of tree?

Mulberry

5. Centipedes’ name would suggest that they have 100 legs. Millipedes should have a thousand. They both definitely have fewer than a myriad, despite the fact that they are members of the Myriapoda subphylum. A myriad is an actual number. What number is it?

10,000


   
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Questions for
Friday, June 2, 2023

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1. There are six naturally occurring noble gasses on the periodic table. Name as many of them as you can for one point each. Zero points total if you get any wrong.

2. In the early 1900s, Austrian candy-maker Leo Hirschfeld patented a taffy-like confection designed to solve the problem of chocolate melting too quickly in the summer months. We know his creation by what brand name?

3. Author J.M. Barrie described what villain as “cadaverous” with “hair dressed in long curls which look like black candles about to melt”?

4. Getting its name from the Greek for “beautiful writing,” what visual art form originated in China and is closely associated with arabesque decoration in Islamic art?

5. Today is June 2. Happy 43rd birthday to what retired soccer player, who held the record for most international goals scored until being surpassed by Christine Sinclair in 2020?


   
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2. Tootsie Roll

4. Calligraphy 


   
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1. Helium, Xenon, Argon, Radon, Neon, Krypton

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5. Abby Wambach


   
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3. Captain Hook


   
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Answers to Friday, June 2, 2023

1. There are six naturally occurring noble gasses on the periodic table. Name as many of them as you can for one point each. Zero points total if you get any wrong.

Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton, Xenon, Radon

2. In the early 1900s, Austrian candy-maker Leo Hirschfeld patented a taffy-like confection designed to solve the problem of chocolate melting too quickly in the summer months. We know his creation by what brand name?

Tootsie Roll

3. Author J.M. Barrie described what villain as “cadaverous” with “hair dressed in long curls which look like black candles about to melt”?

Captain Hook

4. Getting its name from the Greek for “beautiful writing,” what visual art form originated in China and is closely associated with arabesque decoration in Islamic art?

Calligraphy

5. Today is June 2. Happy 43rd birthday to what retired soccer player, who held the record for most international goals scored until being surpassed by Christine Sinclair in 2020?

Abby Wambach


   
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Questions for
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1. The world’s top banana-producing country isn’t in South America. What country is it?

2. In 1949, Orchard Field Airport was renamed in honor of a WWII flying ace. Its airport code, ORD, did not change. What is that airport’s name today?

3. What film director has only directed six movies since 1971, but has averaged $574.7 million at the box office per film?

4. What TV character was invented in 1969 to show kids that it’s OK to be grumpy?

5. What brand of snack food—introduced by Betty Crocker in 1988 and discontinued in the U.S. in 2012—featured miniature cookies in the shape of hot air balloons, feet, and kangaroos?


   
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2. O'Hare

4. Oscar the Grouch?

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1. India, i believe 


   
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5) Dunkaroos? 

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3. George Lucas 


   
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Answers to Monday, June 5, 2023

1. The world’s top banana-producing country isn’t in South America. What country is it?

India

2. In 1949, Orchard Field Airport was renamed in honor of a WWII flying ace. Its airport code, ORD, did not change. What is that airport’s name today?

O’Hare

3. What film director has only directed six movies since 1971, but has averaged $574.7 million at the box office per film?

George Lucas

4. What TV character was invented in 1969 to show kids that it’s OK to be grumpy?

Oscar the Grouch

5. What brand of snack food—introduced by Betty Crocker in 1988 and discontinued in the U.S. in 2012—featured miniature cookies in the shape of hot air balloons, feet, and kangaroos?

Dunk-a-roos


   
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Questions for Tuesday, June 6, 2023

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1. What metal safety device's name is a shortened form of the German for "rifle hook"?

2. In the 1920s, a New Jersey soda manufacturer discovered a way to make a drinkable chocolate beverage that wouldn’t spoil on shelves the way chocolate milk does. What did he call it?

3. Queen Victoria's father is also known as the "Father of the Canadian Crown." What was his name?

4. What seven-foot NBA center led the Houston Rockets to the championship in 1995 while he was fasting for Ramadan, including abstaining from water?

5. The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum in Paradise, Michigan, features the bell of what freighter, which sank in 1975?


   
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4. Hakeem “The Dream” Olajuwon

“When your best friend is the son of God, you get tired of losing every argument.”

― Christopher Moore, Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal
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1: Carabiner

5: Edmund Fitzgerald

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2. YooHoo

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2. YooHoo

"The only thing I have to eat is YooHoo and Cocoa Puffs, so if you want anything else bring it...."


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“When your best friend is the son of God, you get tired of losing every argument.”

― Christopher Moore, Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal
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4. Hakeem “The Dream” Olajuwon

Member of the Phi-Slamma-Jamma and one of the biggest upset losses in sports history.

 


   
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3. Edward


   
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Answers to Tuesday, June 6, 2023

1. What metal safety device's name is a shortened form of the German for "rifle hook"?

Carabiner

2. In the 1920s, a New Jersey soda manufacturer discovered a way to make a drinkable chocolate beverage that wouldn’t spoil on shelves the way chocolate milk does. What did he call it?

Yoo-Hoo

3. Queen Victoria's father is also known as the "Father of the Canadian Crown." What was his name?

Prince Edward

4. What seven-foot NBA center led the Houston Rockets to the championship in 1995 while he was fasting for Ramadan, including abstaining from water?

Hakeem Olajuwon

5. The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum in Paradise, Michigan, features the bell of what freighter, which sank in 1975?

The Edmund Fitzgerald


   
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Questions for Wednesday, June 7, 2023

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1. The winners of the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest might know this one: What is the rhyme scheme of each quatrain in a Petrarchan sonnet?

2. What two materials—which were commonly scavenged in 19th-century England by the poor and unemployed—were then sold to manufacturers of paper and soap, respectively?

3. What American freedom fighter, who was known as “Minty” in her youth, was the first woman to lead an armed assault for the United States Army?

4. In 1870, a nutritional study of a particular vegetable misstated its iron content as being 10 times the real number. This led to a misperception about the health benefits of this vegetable that persists to this day. Name that vegetable!

5. Art Tatum, Art Blakey, and Art Pepper are all artists who performed what type of music?


   
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5.  Jazz.  Thank you Bosch & Michael Connelly.  ? 

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4. Spinach

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  • 1. ABBA

   
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2) rags for paper and grease for soap
3) Harriet Tubman was nicknamed Minty

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Answers to Wednesday, June 7, 2023

1. The winners of the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest might know this one: What is the rhyme scheme of each quatrain in a Petrarchan sonnet?

ABBA

2. What two materials—which were commonly scavenged in 19th-century England by the poor and unemployed—were then sold to manufacturers of paper and soap, respectively?

Rag and bone

3. What American freedom fighter, who was known as “Minty” in her youth, was the first woman to lead an armed assault for the United States Army?

Harriet Tubman

4. In 1870, a nutritional study of a particular vegetable misstated its iron content as being 10 times the real number. This led to a misperception about the health benefits of this vegetable that persists to this day. Name that vegetable!

Spinach
(it has a pretty normal amount of iron for a leafy green)

5. Art Tatum, Art Blakey, and Art Pepper are all artists who performed what type of music?

Jazz


   
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Questions for Theme Thursday, June 8, 2023

So “Sue” Me: Five questions about Sues, Suzies, Susans, and Suzannes.

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1. Who received a Guinness World Record in 2009 for “Oldest Artist to Reach No. 1 with a Debut Album”?

2. The author of such works as “Against Interpretation,” “Styles of Radical Will,” and “The Way We Live Now” was born in New York in 1933. Name that philosopher and social critic!

3. In 2009, who became the first Black woman to represent the U.S. as an ambassador at the United Nations?

4. “The Players' Tribune” is a website that publishes articles written by professional athletes. In 2019, it published a viral essay titled “So the President F*cking Hates My Girlfriend.” Who wrote that essay?

5. What comedian behind such jokes as “Cake or Death?” and “Do you have a flag?” announced recently that she’ll be going by the name Suzy, but she’s keeping what last name?


   
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3. Susan Rice

4. Sue Bird

 

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1.  Susan Boyle


   
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2) Susan Sontag
5) That would be the fabulous Eddie Izzard!  Now she’s Suzy Eddie Izzard.  

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Answers to Thursday, June 8, 2023

So “Sue” Me: Five questions about Sues, Suzies, Susans, and Suzannes.

1. Who received a Guinness World Record in 2009 for “Oldest Artist to Reach No. 1 with a Debut Album”?

Susan Boyle

2. The author of such works as “Against Interpretation,” “Styles of Radical Will,” and “The Way We Live Now” was born in New York in 1933. Name that philosopher and social critic!

Susan Sontag

3. In 2009, who became the first Black woman to represent the U.S. as an ambassador at the United Nations?

Susan Rice

4. “The Players' Tribune” is a website that publishes articles written by professional athletes. In 2019, it published a viral essay titled “So the President F*cking Hates My Girlfriend.” Who wrote that essay?

Sue Bird
(about her girlfriend, Megan Rapinoe)

5. What comedian behind such jokes as “Cake or Death?” and “Do you have a flag?” announced recently that she’ll be going by the name Suzy, but she’s keeping what last name?

Izzard


   
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Questions for Friday, June 9, 2023

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1. Quit While You’re Ahead: By our count, Tom Hanks has played a captain in six different movies, the most recent of which came out in 2020. Name as many of those movies as you can for one point each. Zero total if you get any wrong.

2. How do you say “something to wear” in Japanese?

3. What vaudeville performer—nicknamed “Black Venus”—was the first American woman to receive the Legion of Honor, France’s highest order of military merit, for her work in the French resistance during WWII?

4. Felix Hoffmann patented aspirin in 1898. What German company trademarked it the next year?

5. Today is June 9. Happy 35th birthday to Mae Whitman, whom you may know best from her role as Ann Veal (aka “Her?”) on “Arrested Development.” Whitman had previously appeared with which of her “Arrested Development” co-stars on the Fox Family series “State of Grace”?


   
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1. "Captain Phillips", "Sully", "Saving Private Ryan", ????

4. Bayer

 

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1. "Captain Phillips", "Sully", "Saving Private Ryan", ????

 

Apollo 13?

 


   
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