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.
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.
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).
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.