QUESTION THREAD_FNGD_FRIDAY_MARCH_7_2008

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#76 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:24 am

christie1111 wrote:Thank you!

H - Hydrogen

K - Potassium

Do you want more?

Yay! I at least made points today.
Oh yeah, the chemist had to get fancy!

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#77 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:26 am

ontellen wrote:Potassium and carbon. Did I ever mention that Mythology and Chemistry are my worst 2 subjects?
LOL - those canadians have to be different, don't they?

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#78 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:27 am

etaoin22 wrote:The safe ones are chosen:

Also B, I, Y, F, S, U annnndd.


V.

Spoiler or no spoiler is OK for me. No one among you would cheat, after all.......
safe?!?! safe?!?!

Made me laugh.

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Re: QUESTION THREAD_FNGD_FRIDAY_MARCH_7_2008

#79 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:28 am

PlacentiaSoccerMom wrote:
etaoin22 wrote:Q1 - - CHEMISTRY, YES CHEMISTRY

B - Name a chemical element whose periodic table symbol consists of only one letter

G - Name another one.
Spoiler
Boron

Carbon
fancy pants!

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#80 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:29 am

etaoin22 wrote:Q2 - SOMETIMES I FOLLOW THE RULES>>>>

of this game as set up many years before me. Like having B and G type topics:

B - Which saw is a hand saw used to cut across the grain of the wood?

G - It is likely that the chef of Chiang Kai-Shek, and not the chef of any historically important Chinese battle commander, invented this dish
Band saw

General Chows Chicken?

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#81 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:30 am

Beebs52 wrote:band saw

General Tsao's Chicken
LOL

I can't even spell Chinese.

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#82 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:32 am

etaoin22 wrote:I was looking for:

Cross-cut saw

General whoever's chicken.

counting three results, adding PSM to the B team, and waiting for Kay, and using a pencil which turns out to be easier than a pen for this task, I am getting G team 21, B team 20.
I was sure you gave the hint that the first began with a B and the second began with a G.

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#83 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:33 am

etaoin22 wrote:Q3 - SOMETIMES I DONT.

Well, I make the rules. I hope I dont doop the LS meister for one of these...

DO YOU LIKE WORLD CAPITALS CATEGORY.

Fill in the blank:

B - Kenny Ball (1962) - Midnight in _______

G - Joni Mitchell (1973) - Free Man in ______
oh no

the oasis - I know it is at the oasis and that is all I got

Prison

I so suck at music stuff.

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#84 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:35 am

etaoin22 wrote:OK we have:

Midnight in Moscow

Free Man in Paris.

The title of the album from which Free Man in Paris comes has an oblique connection with my Q5 (which will come after Q4...).

There were Britishers in 1962 who took an essentially American music form, loved it as their own, and sent it all across the world with #1 hit records.

I am of course speaking of Kenny Ball, and the British Trad Jazz movement,.
Free Man in Prison would be a much better song.

I'm just sayin'.

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#85 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:37 am

etaoin22 wrote:I have to admit that playing the "Alte Kocher" version of Lyrically Speaking probably hit my imagination for question writing today, with stuff coming up that is even more mustier than usual.

Q4, then:

B - Joe Shlabotnik, Charlie Brown's baseball hero, was last heard of playing for this team:

1 - Hillcrest in the Green Grass League
2 - Redwood in the Tall Tree League
3 - Lakeside in the Rolling River League
4 - Smokestack in the Interurban League

G - "The Girls in.." in the weekend comic section soap equivalent lived in which "Apartment:"

1 - "2-D"
2 - "3-G"
3 - "4-A"
4 - "9-B"
3

2

Everyone should live in 3 G. I like the way it feels to say it.

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#86 Post by peacock2121 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:38 am

silvercamaro wrote:It looks as if all of us were booted from the bored simultaneously.

Thank you for meistering, Etaoin. I'm sorry we couldn't finish the game.

(Save those last questions. Another Friday night will appear in the future.)
oopsie

Thanks for the fun.

Sorry it ended so abruptly.

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#87 Post by SportsFan68 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 2:43 pm

etaoin22 wrote: G - "The Girls in.." in the weekend comic section soap equivalent lived in which "Apartment:"

1 - "2-D"
2 - "3-G"
3 - "4-A"
4 - "9-B"
I read Apt. 3G for a long time. Then they changed the format, where you could read only the first five installments of the past month. So I quit going there entirely.

At least I got the blonde over her agoraphobia and the brunette over her queen of the world complex.
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