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4. Hell's Kitchen?

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1. *groans* John Snow


   
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5) the “Capitalist Tool” would be Forbes magazine 🙂

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3. Pan American

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For Your Health: It's Public Health Week, and we appreciate our public health workers more than ever! Here are some questions about important people in the public health profession.

1. The English doctor who is sometimes called “the founder of modern epidemiology” was a pioneer in anesthesia and cholera prevention, but nowadays his name is more likely to bring to mind someone who knows nothing. Name him!

John Snow

2. Before Dr. Lee Jong-wook served as director-general of the World Health Organization, he was part of a South Pacific task force combating what bacterial infection, also known as Hansen's disease?

Leprosy

3. In 2003, epidemiologist Dr. Mirta Roses Periago became the first woman to lead the PAHO, a regional office of the World Health Organization. What does the "PA" stand for in "PAHO"?

Pan American

4. Dr. Sara Josephine Baker pioneered techniques that greatly decreased infant mortality in the U.S. while working in what infamous neighborhood on Manhattan's west side?

Hell's Kitchen

5. In 2014, former World Health Organization director Dr. Margaret Chan was ranked as one of the world's 30 most powerful women by what American business magazine, which formerly referred to itself as "The Capitalist Tool"?

Forbes


   
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1. Quit While You’re Ahead: Five beaches along the Normandy coast were used as landing points during D-Day. Each of those beaches was given a code name by the Allied forces. List as many of those code names as you can for one point each. Zero points total if you get any incorrect.

2. J.R.R. Tolkien was born in 1892 in the Dutch-speaking Orange Free State. In what present-day country is his birthplace located?

3. What mythological spirit gets its name from the Old Irish for “woman of the fairy mounds,” and has a voice you don’t want to hear?

4. The National Toy Hall of Fame was founded in 1998. Since then, 85 toys have been inducted — two of whom are siblings. Name those siblings.

5. Today is April 5. Happy 35th birthday to what English actor who received an Emmy nomination for her portrayal of Pamela Anderson in the miniseries “Pam & Tommy”?


   
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1: Omaha, Utah, Gold, Juno, Sword

2: South Africa

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4. Raggedy Ann and Andy?


   
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3. Banshee

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3. Banshee

You mean Bean Sidhe, right?  😉

 

B1G refs... corrupt, or just incompetent?


   
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5. Lily James


   
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Nolan Ryan took 31 no-hitters into the 7th inning during his career.

Also, as a starting pitcher, Rube Waddell retired more batters beyond the 19th inning than Blake Snell has retired beyond the 7th inning.

 

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Answers to Friday, April 5, 2024

1. Quit While You’re Ahead: Five beaches along the Normandy coast were used as landing points during D-Day. Each of those beaches was given a code name by the Allied forces. Name as many of those code names as you can for one point each. Zero points total if you get any incorrect.

Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, Sword

2. J.R.R. Tolkien was born in 1892 in the Dutch-speaking Orange Free State. In what present-day country is his birthplace located?

South Africa

3. What mythological spirit gets its name from the Old Irish for “woman of the fairy mounds,” and has a voice you don’t want to hear?

Banshee

4. The National Toy Hall of Fame was founded in 1998. Since then, 85 toys have been inducted — two of whom are siblings. Name those siblings.

Raggedy Ann & Raggedy Andy

5. Today is April 5. Happy 35th birthday to what English actor who received an Emmy nomination for her portrayal of Pamela Anderson in the miniseries “Pam & Tommy”?

Lily James


   
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Questions for
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1. In a recent “Saturday Night Live” sketch, comedian Ramy Youssef played a musician excited to be on what diminutive NPR performance series, which has featured appearances from Megan Thee Stallion, Sting and Shaggy, and the cast of “Sesame Street”?

2. General John Stark was a Revolutionary War hero from New Hampshire who is today best remembered for a four-word toast he included in a letter to his fellow veterans in 1809. It is now the motto of New Hampshire. What is that four-word toast?

3. What cocktail made with rum, vodka, and orange juice was the subject of a song by the Beastie Boys, and gets its name for an old saying about extremely cold weather?

4. “Washington Square News” is the school newspaper for what elite East Coast university?

5. Quentin Tarantino was named after Quint Asper, a blacksmith on the TV show “Gunsmoke.” What Hollywood star, who died in September 2018, played Quint?


   
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2.  Live free or die

 

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2. Live Free or Die


   
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3. Brass Monkey?

 

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2 Being New Hampshire... Gotta be:  Live Free or Die

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5. Burt Reynolds 


   
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1. Tiny Desk


   
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Answers to Monday, April 8, 2024

1. In a recent “Saturday Night Live” sketch, comedian Ramy Youssef played a musician excited to be on what diminutive NPR performance series, which has featured appearances from Megan Thee Stallion, Sting and Shaggy, and the cast of “Sesame Street”?

Tiny Desk Concert

2. General John Stark was a Revolutionary War hero from New Hampshire who is today best remembered for a four-word toast he included in a letter to his fellow veterans in 1809. It is now the motto of New Hampshire. What is that four-word toast?

“Live free or die”

3. What cocktail made with rum, vodka, and orange juice was the subject of a song by the Beastie Boys, and gets its name for an old saying about extremely cold weather?

Brass Monkey

4. “Washington Square News” is the school newspaper for what elite East Coast university?

New York University

5. Quentin Tarantino was named after Quint Asper, a blacksmith on the TV show “Gunsmoke.” What Hollywood star, who died in September 2018, played Quint?

Burt Reynolds


   
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Questions for
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1. Science fiction author Cixin Liu hit his highest spot on the New York Times best-seller list this month for his 2008 book, which was the source material for what 2024 Netflix series?

2. Tequila that is unaged and is bottled immediately after distillation is labeled “blanco,” “white,” or what metallic color?

3. In 2015, a man named Goodluck Jonathan became the first sitting president in his nation’s history to accept electoral defeat and step down from power. He was the president of which African country?

4. What beverage — first introduced in 1933 — was named after something designed and built by Léon Levavasseur in 1904 for use in speedboat racing?

5. A horse, a bull, screaming women, and flames are prominent in the composition of what anti-war Pablo Picasso painting?


   
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2. Silver


   
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5. Guernica

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1) 3 Body Problem

4) V8 🤢

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3. Nigeria


   
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Answers to Tuesday, April 9, 2024

1. Science fiction author Cixin Liu hit his highest spot on the New York Times best-seller list this month for his 2008 book, which was the source material for what 2024 Netflix series?

“The Three-Body Problem”

2. Tequila that is unaged and is bottled immediately after distillation is labeled “blanco,” “white,” or what metallic color?

Silver

3. In 2015, a man named Goodluck Jonathan became the first sitting president in his nation’s history to accept electoral defeat and step down from power. He was the president of which African country?

Nigeria

4. What beverage — first introduced in 1933 — was named after something designed and built by Léon Levavasseur in 1904 for use in speedboat racing?

V8

5. A horse, a bull, screaming women, and flames are prominent in the composition of what anti-war Pablo Picasso painting?

“Guernica”


   
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Questions for
Wednesday, April 10, 2024

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1. Three million people annually visit the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. It consists of three components: the Museum of Westward Expansion, the courthouse where the Dred Scott trials occurred, and what monument?

2. The 1995 self-titled debut album from Foo Fighters was primarily written by Dave Grohl. At the time, he was best known for being the drummer of what band?

3. Presided over by presidents Lincoln, Johnson, and Grant, what political era lasted from January 1, 1863, to April 1, 1877?

4. The third-longest mountain range in Europe stretches in an arch from Slovakia to Romania, and was the original home of Vlad the Impaler and Vigo, the villain in “Ghostbusters II.” Name that range.

5. Jim Henson said that it is completely coincidental that the names of his characters Bert and Ernie were also the names of two minor characters in what 1946 holiday movie?


   
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1.  St. Louis Gateway Arch

3. Reconstruction ??

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5. "It's a Wonderful Life"

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2. Nirvana

4. Carpathian Mountains


   
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Answers to Wednesday, April 10, 2024

1. Three million people annually visit the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. It consists of three components: the Museum of Westward Expansion, the courthouse where the Dred Scott trials occurred, and what monument?

The Gateway Arch
(in St. Louis)

2. The 1995 self-titled debut album from Foo Fighters was primarily written by Dave Grohl. At the time, he was best known for being the drummer of what band?

Nirvana

3. Presided over by presidents Lincoln, Johnson, and Grant, what political era lasted from January 1, 1863, to April 1, 1877?

Reconstruction

4. The third-longest mountain range in Europe stretches in an arch from Slovakia to Romania, and was the original home of Vlad the Impaler and Vigo, the villain in “Ghostbusters II.” Name that range.

The Carpathians

5. Jim Henson said that it is completely coincidental that the names of his characters Bert and Ernie were also the names of two minor characters in what 1946 holiday movie?

“It’s a Wonderful Life”


   
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Questions for
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Masked and Anonymous: Five questions about some famous wearers of masks.

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1. What masked electronic music duo are not actually robots, but rather two French guys named Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo?

2. What 1978 movie featured a murderous main character in a modified rubber Captain Kirk mask?

3. If your teenager sits you down one day in the future and tells you that they want to become a “juggalo,” that means they are a big fan of what Detroit-area rap group?

4. What 1991 movie, but not its 2015 remake, features a gang of bank robbers who wear rubber masks of former U.S. presidents?

5. The hacker group Anonymous is known for wearing masks meant to resemble what Englishman, who gained notoriety in the 17th-century?


   
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1. Daft Punk

2. Halloween


   
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4. Point Break

5. Guy Fawkes?

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3. Insane Clown Posse


   
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Answers to Thursday, April 11, 2024

Masked and Anonymous: Five questions about some famous wearers of masks!

1. What masked electronic music duo are not actually robots, but rather two French guys named Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo?

Daft Punk

2. What 1978 movie featured a murderous main character in a modified rubber Captain Kirk mask?

“Halloween”

3. If your teenager sits you down one day in the future and tells you that they want to become a “juggalo,” that means they are a big fan of what Detroit-area rap group?

Insane Clown Posse

4. What 1991 movie, but not its 2015 remake, features a gang of bank robbers who wear rubber masks of former U.S. presidents?

“Point Break”

5. The hacker group Anonymous is known for wearing masks meant to resemble what Englishman who gained notoriety in the 17th-century?

Guy Fawkes


   
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Questions for
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1. Quit While You’re Ahead: The elaborate and ornate 2023 championship rings for the Texas Rangers covertly includes the logos of the four teams the Rangers beat in order to win the World Series. Name as many of those four teams as you can for one point each. Zero points total if you get any incorrect.

2. One of the largest companies in the world, measured by revenue, features a scallop in its logo. Name that company!

3. What nine-letter word comes from the French for “protection against a fall”?

4. In 2001, and in 2006, the American zinc industry was up in arms over Congress’s attempts to phase out… what?

5. Today is April 12. On this day in 1961, what Russian cosmonaut became the first human being to enter outer space?


   
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5.  Yuri Gregoran ?? Probably butchered the spelling

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2. Shell Oil

4. The penny

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1. Astros, Diamondbacks...


   
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3. Parachute 

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1. Astros, Diamondbacks...

 

https://www.fox4news.com/sports/texas-rangers-championship-rings-demo.amp

 


   
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Posted by: @norm

1. Astros, Diamondbacks...

 

https://www.fox4news.com/sports/texas-rangers-championship-rings-demo.amp

 

I always laugh at just how god awful gaudy all these rings are 😂 It’s kitchen sink design, but that seems to be what players want.  Does anyone actually wear these or are they just show off sculptures? 

 

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Answers to Friday, April 12, 2024

1. Quit While You’re Ahead: The elaborate and ornate 2023 championship rings for the Texas Rangers covertly includes the logos of the four teams the Rangers beat in order to win the World Series. Name as many of those four teams as you can for one point each. Zero points total if you get any incorrect.

Tampa Bay Rays, Baltimore Orioles, Houston Astros, and Arizona Diamondbacks

2. One of the largest companies in the world, measured by revenue, features a scallop in its logo. Name that company!

Shell (Shell plc)

3. What nine-letter word comes from the French for “protection against a fall”?

Parachute

4. In 2001, and in 2006, the American zinc industry was up in arms over Congress’s attempts to phase out… what?

The penny
(it’s mostly zinc)

5. Today is April 12. On this day in 1961, what Russian cosmonaut became the first human being to enter outer space?

Yuri Gagarin


   
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Questions for
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1. In 2019, Reuters deleted a tweet where they referred to what actor — who can currently be seen in the recently released film “Civil War” — as being best known for playing “Spider-Man's girlfriend,” which many readers found demeaning to her body of work?

2. Don Rickles was the voice of what toy, modeled after a member of the genus Solanum, in the “Toy Story” series?

3. Dole Street in Manoa passes through the main campus of a public university located in which U.S. state?

4. In 2001, the ITTF officially declared that games would no longer be played to 21, and would stop at 11 instead. What does "ITTF" stand for?

5. What is the name of the fictional puppet kingdom that Fred Rogers created for “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood”?


   
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1. Kirsten Dunst

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3) U of Hawaii 

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2. Mr. Potato Head

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3) U of Hawaii 

3) Hawaii

 


   
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