44 R/3 W
LT: (Schindler's) Ark (DD), Jean-Paul Sartre, green-eyed monster, whitewash, rock-paper-scissors (DD), Antarctica
Tonight's players apparently did not play the LL Humanities 4 Mini-League. Nice to see good wagering win the day.
I remember them by there being two in each of three categories: one-word titles (Emma, Persuasion), two-word place names (Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey) and "descriptive noun and descriptive noun" (Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility).MarkBarrett wrote:I spent the 29 seconds after writing Austen trying to see if I could recall all the novels, knowing that often I forget one. Sometimes it's Emma and sometimes it's Northanger Abbey I can't remember. Other times it's Mansfield Park that eludes me. This time I was a blank on getting Persuasion. P&P and S&S are the only ones I get consistently, but with them there have been times I have the Bennet vs. Dashwood problem.
South China Sea might've been difficult at the time of taping, but it's much easier after the hubbub about President-Elect Trump's call with the Taiwanese President. That said, I fell for the North Sea trap.
No use of Roberto Clemente's 3,000 hits in the Sports Round Numbers category? For shame.