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TD 358 - Random Trivia - Final Scores

Post by Peachbox » Sun Oct 29, 2017 9:38 pm

TD 358 – Random Trivia

The following standard rules apply to this TD:

1. Your goal is to achieve the lowest score for all questions; your score for each question is equal to the total number of players also submitting your answer.
2. You may DROP one question and receive zero points for that question.
3. You may also SHEEP one question and receive the point total of the most common answer.
4. Wrong answers count for the SHEEP (most common answer) + 3 points.
5. Letter required for Question 7.
6. Quiz is open to JBoard members and nonmembers alike.
7. As always, no cheating. This includes asking for help, googling, or other research.

Enter by 10 p.m. Pacific time, Monday, Nov. 6. Use this form or just PM me.

1. DOUBLE-LETTER WORDS
Each answer will have a set of double letters. All are consonant combos, except for one UU word. No combo is repeated. The combos, in no particular order, are: RR, TT, VV, ZZ, KK, JJ, XX, SS, UU, YY, WW

Setonix brachyurus is about the size of a domestic cat
This is the name for the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca
A small donkey is a _____
This is the capital of Belgium
An empire, or a padded footstool
This is the capital of Greenland
This word means perceptive or knowledgeable; used with tech- and media-
Native American word that's come to mean a gathering or meeting
1982 arcade game wherein the player flies a fighter craft through a fortress
Persian scientist and poet known for a famous Rubiyat
Music group with the hits "Let It Whip" and "Joystick''

2. GHOSTBUSTERS

Name a cast member of the movies Ghostbusters (1984) or Ghostbusters (2016). Anyone who may have been in both will be counted just once.

3. BEFORE AND AFTER

Be sure to provide both parts of one of the following Before and After choices. Example: Creator of Hamilton musical + Right to remain silent case = Lin-Manuel Miranda vs. Arizona

Rapper who wore clocks + Roman Colosseum's aka
Uncle Tom's Cabin subtitle + Richard Scarry character
Roman marvel of engineering + all-purpose fix-it item?
Magical saying from Cinderella + To Kill A Mockingbird character
Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee hit + former MLB player and manager
Photographic process named after its French inventor + Herman Melville book
King of the wild frontier + Miami Vice character duo
Jupiter feature + streaming service developed in Sweden
(variations counted together for the above option)
Capital of Uzbekistan + news announcer on The Simpsons
"Equine" brand of household cleaner first sold in the 1890s + Beverly Hills Cop character

4. FAMOUS RABBITS
Name one of the rabbits pictured here. They’re distinctive enough that no letter is needed.

5. "I" ON HISTORY

Each answer of one or more words will begin with the letter I. Keeping that in mind, identify the...

...ship that transported the unassembled Statue of Liberty to the U.S.
...capital founded in 1821 that’s sometimes referred to as the “crossroads of America”
...WWII battle where a U.S. flag was raised on Mount Suribachi
...medieval explorer and scholar from Morocco, author of The Travels
… ship whose crew tried to communicate with Amelia Earhart on her fateful flight as she neared Howland Island
...Grand Prince of Moscow from 1533-1547
…moon that Galileo and Simon Marius both discovered in the early 1600s
…country whose capital became New Delhi in 1931
…scientist who wrote the Principia Mathematica in 1687
…journalist and muckraker who wrote The History of the Standard Oil Company
…Latin name for the ancient city of Troy

UNRELATED BONUS Q: Really. No "I" needed here. Mary Galloway, Sarah Edmonds, Albert D.J. Cashier, Loreta Janeta Velazquez, and several others shared what not-as-unusual-as-you-might-think distinction during the Civil War? No penalty for a wrong guess.-3 points

6. AUTHORS WITH CONSECUTIVE-LETTER NAMES
Name one of the novelists, poets, or playwrights of the following works/descriptions whose first and last names start with consecutive letters. Ignore middle names/initials. Example: Edna Ferber, Larry McMurtry. Need full names on this one.

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Agnes Grey
The Burden of Proof, Testimony
A Clockwork Orange
Ode to a Nightingale, Endymion
Poet laureate of the U.K. from 1968-72. Actor son has won 3 Oscars.
A Doll's House, Hedda Gabbler
A Room of One's Own, To the Lighthouse
David Copperfield, Bleak House
A Room with a View, Maurice
Old Yeller
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
The Goosebumps books
'Night, Mother
Mexican poet, 1990 Nobel Prize winner

7. MONDEGREENS

Name the song title based on one of these misheard lyrics. Year of release (as a single) for each song is noted. Be sure to provide corresponding letter with you answer.

A. ‘Scuse me while I kiss this guy - 1967
B. Hold me closer Tony Danza, count the head lice on the highway - 1972
C. There's a bathroom on the right - 1969
D. Secret Asian man.....secret Asian man - 1966
E. Last night, I dreamt of some bagels..... - 1987
F. No duck's a hazard, in the classroom - 1979
G. Don't be afraid to catch fish - 2017
H. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, life's a butter stream - mid- to late 1800s?
I. Tattoo detective.....it's not too late - 1980
J. The girl with colitis goes by..... - 1967
K. The ants are my friends, is... - 1963
L. With a bird in the shade it's a lonely view - 1999

8. COMEDY TV

Name a credited cast member of the TV shows Laugh-In (1968-73), SCTV (1976-84), or Fridays (1980-82). Regular cast members only; no guest hosts or appearances.

9. RANDOM TRIVIA…OR IS IT?
Pick one option listed below.

*This is sometimes known as a top hat or cylinder hat
*What network launched in 1981 with a Buggles video?
*The third season of American Horror Story was called what?
*Anemia can happen when the body has a deficiency of this element
*This jawless fish of the order Petromyzontiformes is sometimes called an eel
*Former NFL player William Perry had this nickname
*What is the 1980 novel by Thomas Disch in which five courageous household objects try to find their owner?
*He was an NFL player and star of Hunter
*This is a Spanish dance or an online movie ticket seller
*A cast iron or steel exercise weight that looks like a bowling ball with a handle is called what?
*This was Ray Parker's band
*This countertop machine is sometimes called a liquidiser

BONUS: What distinction do these answers have in common? No penalty for a wrong guess. – 2 points

10. E, I, O, U, AND SOMETIMES Y. BUT NOT A.
Identify a country whose name in English begins with E, I, O, U, or Y. Bonus of -1 point if you name the capital of the same country you pick. No penalty for a wrong guess on the bonus.
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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia

Post by Peachbox » Mon Oct 30, 2017 2:25 pm

No penalty for a wrong guess on the bonus questions. If you've already submitted and would like to guess on a bonus question, let me know.

Participants - 50
SpoilerShow
Mark Barrett
Gamawire
badgerfellow
Tybalteon
bev nar

xxaaaxx
Rackme32
jsm378
NoWhammies10
threearruda

Troydozzy
AFRET CMS
Woppy T
clt013
zerobandwidth

merica
acthomas
floridagator
wpwells
sims

Vintsanity
Magna
Ironhorse
mcsheffrey
classicroadster

jbeltz
mennoknight
clprez
Mastercone
SenseiCAY

1stlvlthinker
MattKnowles
casketromance
Woof
immaf

joenguyen90
SBurrus
flutist319
ElendilPickle
Steppenwolf

lindap
psgola
econgator
Cat Hammarskjold
spell4yr

sillymonkey
jeffwolfe
9021amyers
BobF
coach P
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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia

Post by zerobandwidth » Mon Oct 30, 2017 3:07 pm

This is a really interesting mix of questions.
I made a couple of bold choices that I hope don't come back to bite me.
Battle of the Brains contestant, 1995-1997
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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia

Post by acthomas » Mon Oct 30, 2017 3:59 pm

Been putting off joining in on these for whatever reason, until now. Thanks for putting it together!

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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia

Post by sims » Mon Oct 30, 2017 4:40 pm

Wow this one was so much harder than the last one!

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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia

Post by Cat Hammarskjold » Tue Oct 31, 2017 6:17 am

How lenient are you going to be on spelling for questions that aren't Q1? If you understand that we know what the answer is but don't spell it correctly, is that fine?
I identify as a Jeopardy! fan, and use who/what pronouns.

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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia

Post by jbeltz » Tue Oct 31, 2017 12:27 pm

This was a fun one, thanks!

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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia

Post by Peachbox » Tue Oct 31, 2017 1:51 pm

How lenient are you going to be on spelling for questions that aren't Q1? If you understand that we know what the answer is but don't spell it correctly, is that fine?
Yes that's fine. If I know what you're identifying, speling doezn't cownt.

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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia

Post by Peachbox » Sun Nov 05, 2017 10:42 pm

One day left to enter; deadline is 10 p.m. PT on Monday.

And the TOC is here, yayyyyy! :D

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TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q2

Post by Peachbox » Tue Nov 07, 2017 3:52 am

1. DOUBLE-LETTER WORDS
Each answer will have a set of double letters. All are consonant combos, except for one UU word. No combo is repeated. The combos, in no particular order, are: RR, TT, VV, ZZ, KK, JJ, XX, SS, UU, YY, WW

Answers in spoiler
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Setonix brachyurus is about the size of a domestic cat - quokka
This is the name for the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca - hajj
A small donkey is a _____ - burro
This is the capital of Belgium - Brussels
An empire, or a padded footstool - Ottoman
This is the capital of Greenland - Nuuk
This word means perceptive or knowledgeable; used with tech- and media- savvy
Native American word that's come to mean a gathering or meeting - powwow
1982 arcade game wherein the player flies a fighter craft through a fortress - Zaxxon
Persian scientist and poet known for a famous Rubiyat - Omar Khayyam
Music group with the hits "Let It Whip" and "Joystick'' - The Dazz Band
SHEEP- 12
Nuuk

badgerfellow
Magna
Tybalteon
Ironhorse
xxaaaxx
casketromance
threearruda
flutist319
acthomas
Cat Hammarskjold
floridagator
wpwells

Zaxxon - 8

jsm378
9021amyers
AFRET CMS
Woppy T
mcsheffrey
1stlvlthinker
econgator
jeffwolfe

powwow - 7
Rackme32
Vintsanity
mennoknight
MattKnowles
Mastercone
immaf
spell4yr

Savvy - 6
Gamawire
NoWhammies10
sims
classicroadster
jbeltz
joenguyen90

Dazz Band - 4

bev nar
clt013
clprez
SBurrus

Hajj - 4

ElendilPickle
sillymonkey
BobF
coach P

Ottoman - 4
Mark Barrett
zerobandwidth
merica
Woof

Omar Khayyam - 3
SenseiCAY
Steppenwolf
lindap

SINGLETON !
Burro
Troydozzy

DROP - 0
psgola

UNUSED

Brussels
quokka

2. GHOSTBUSTERS

Name a cast member of the movies Ghostbusters (1984) or Ghostbusters (2016). Anyone who may have been in both will be counted just once.

Most everyone of note in either film was selected, but there were a couple of surprisingly unused answers.

SHEEP - 9
Leslie Jones

Tybalteon
xxaaaxx
threearruda
wpwells
Vintsanity
1stlvlthinker
Ironhorse
spell4yr
Cat Hammarskjold

Rick Moranis - 7

Troydozzy
zerobandwidth
mcsheffrey
mennoknight
casketromance
psgola
BobF

Bill Murray - 5
merica
classicroadster
clprez
flutist319
sillymonkey

Harold Ramis - 5
NoWhammies10
Magna
Woof
lindap
coach P

Annie Potts - 4

AFRET CMS
clt013
SBurrus
Steppenwolf

Chris Hemsworth - 4
Gamawire
badgerfellow
jbeltz
joenguyen90

Ernie Hudson - 2

Mark Barrett
bev nar

Kate McKinnon - 2

sims
ElendilPickle

Zach Woods - 2

acthomas
9021amyers

SINGLETONS !
Jean Kasem
Woppy T

Jennifer Runyon
jeffwolfe

Larry King

Mastercone

Sigourney Weaver
floridagator

William Atherton
econgator

DROP - 0
Rackme32
SenseiCAY
MattKnowles
immaf

NOT QUITE - 12
Brian Doyle- Murray
- he was only in Ghostbusters II
jsm378

UNUSED :shock:
Melissa McCarthy
Kristen Wiig
Charles Dance
etc.

SCORES AFTER Q2

SenseiCAY 3
Mark Barrett 6
bev nar 6
ElendilPickle 6
Rackme32 - 7
MattKnowles 7
immaf 7
Steppenwolf 7
psgola 7

Troydozzy 8
clt013 8
sims 8
Mastercone 8
SBurrus 8
lindap 8
Woppy T 9
merica 9
clprez 9
Woof 9
econgator 9
sillymonkey 9
jeffwolfe 9
coach P 9
Gamawire 10
jbeltz 10
joenguyen90 - 10
9021amyers 10

NoWhammies10 - 11
zerobandwidth 11
classicroadster 11
BobF 11
AFRET CMS 12
floridagator 13
acthomas 14
mennoknight 14
mcsheffrey 15
badgerfellow 16
Vintsanity 16
spell4yr 16

Magna 17
1stlvlthinker 17
flutist319 - 17
casketromance 19
jsm378 - 20
Tybalteon 21
xxaaaxx 21
threearruda 21
wpwells 21
Ironhorse 21
Cat Hammarskjold 21

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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q2

Post by Wpwells » Tue Nov 07, 2017 11:26 am

Oh yes this is going wonderfully.

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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q2

Post by 1stlvlthinker » Tue Nov 07, 2017 12:03 pm

Dammit. Always on the wrong level.
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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q2

Post by Ironhorse » Tue Nov 07, 2017 5:02 pm

I am terrible at this game.
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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q2

Post by CasketRomance » Tue Nov 07, 2017 5:52 pm

didn't think that many people would know the capital of greenland

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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q2

Post by Volante » Tue Nov 07, 2017 6:14 pm

CasketRomance wrote:
Tue Nov 07, 2017 5:52 pm
didn't think that many people would know the capital of greenland
Welcome to JBoard! :lol:

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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q2

Post by Ironhorse » Tue Nov 07, 2017 6:37 pm

I was certain hajj would sheep.
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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q2

Post by CasketRomance » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:27 pm

Volante wrote:
Tue Nov 07, 2017 6:14 pm
CasketRomance wrote:
Tue Nov 07, 2017 5:52 pm
didn't think that many people would know the capital of greenland
Welcome to JBoard! :lol:
what does that mean? jeopardy people usually suck at things associated with geography

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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q2

Post by Ironhorse » Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:22 pm

CasketRomance wrote:
Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:27 pm
Volante wrote:
Tue Nov 07, 2017 6:14 pm
CasketRomance wrote:
Tue Nov 07, 2017 5:52 pm
didn't think that many people would know the capital of greenland
Welcome to JBoard! :lol:
what does that mean? jeopardy people usually suck at things associated with geography
Go find another thread to troll in.
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TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q5 and bonus

Post by Peachbox » Wed Nov 08, 2017 3:23 am

3. BEFORE AND AFTER

"That Despacito song is so popular, I should use it in a B&A in my next quiz....ohhh Cito Gaston! Yep that'll work."

I didn't anticipate two other answers that also fit the clue. Answers in spoiler.
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Rapper who wore clocks + Roman Colosseum's aka Flavor(Flav)ian Ampitheatre
Uncle Tom's Cabin subtitle + Richard Scarry character Life Among the (Lowly) Worm
Roman marvel of engineering + all-purpose fix-it item? Aque(duct) tape
Magical saying from Cinderella + To Kill A Mockingbird character Bibbidi Bobbidi (Boo) Radley
Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee hit + former MLB player and manager Despa(Cito) Gaston, etc.
Photographic process named after its French inventor + Herman Melville book Daguerreo(Type)e
King of the wild frontier + Miami Vice character duo Davy (Crockett) and Tubbs
Jupiter feature + streaming service developed in Sweden Great Red (Spot)ify
(variations counted together for the above option)
Capital of Uzbekistan + news announcer on The Simpsons Tash(Kent)Brockman
"Equine" brand of household cleaner first sold in the 1890s + Beverly Hills Cop character 20-Mule Team Bor(Ax)el Foley
SHEEP - 8
TashKent Brockman

Troydozzy
clt013
merica
classicroadster
SenseiCAY
MattKnowles
lindap
psgola

DaguerreoTypee - 7
badgerfellow
acthomas
Magna
Woof
flutist319
Steppenwolf
sillymonkey

Davy Crockett and Tubbs - 7
Mark Barrett
Rackme32
AFRET CMS
Woppy T
casketromance
ElendilPickle
jeffwolfe

DespaCito Gaston - 7
bev nar
spell4yr
xxaaaxx
9021amyers
threearruda
coach P
joenguyen90

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo Radley - 5

Gamawire
Tybalteon
1lvlthinker
sims
BobF

Great (or Giant) Red Spotify - 4
NoWhammies10
Ironhorse
jbeltz
mennoknight

Flavor Flavian Ampitheatre - 3

mcsheffrey
clprez
Cat Hammarskjold

Aqueduct tape - 2

zerobandwidth
Vintsanity

Life Among the Lowly Worm - 2
floridagator
wpwells

SINGLETONS !

20-Mule Team BorAxel Foley

econgator

DespaciTony La Russa
Mastercone

DespaciTony Pena

jsm378

DROP - 0

SBurrus

SOOOOO CLOSE - 11 :(
immaf - Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo Radford


4. FAMOUS RABBITS

Name one of the rabbits pictured here. They’re distinctive enough that no letter is needed.

Answers, from top to bottom of the link.
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Bugs Bunny
Peter Rabbit
Thumper
Eddie Rabbitt
Sid the Cussing Rabbit
- from the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Walter "Rabbit" Maranville
Crusader Rabbit
Roger Rabbit
Br'er Rabbit
Easter Bunny

SHEEP - 11
Thumper

Tybalteon
SenseiCAY
bev nar
1stlvlthinker
xxaaaxx
Mastercone
sims
flutist319
jbeltz
sillymonkey
mennoknight

Eddie Rabbitt - 8
spell4yr
Gamawire
coach P
threearruda
floridagator
Vintsanity
clprez
SBurrus

Walter "Rabbit" Maranville - 8
Rackme32
Cat Hammarskjold
clt013
9021amyers
merica
wpwells
lindap
econgator

Roger Rabbit - 4

mcsheffrey
classicroadster
MattKnowles
psgola

Bugs Bunny - 3
casketromance
joenguyen90
immaf

Br'er Rabbit - 3
Troydozzy
AFRET CMS
Steppenwolf

Sid the Cussing Rabbit - 3
NoWhammies10
ElendilPickle
jeffwolfe

Easter Bunny - 2
jsm378
Magna

SINGLETONS !

Crusader Rabbit
Mark Barrett

Peter Rabbit
Ironhorse

DROP - 0

badgerfellow
Woppy T
zerobandwidth
acthomas
Woof
BobF

UNUSED

Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

5. "I" ON HISTORY
Each answer of one or more words will begin with the letter I. Keeping that in mind, identify the...

Answers in spoiler.
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...ship that transported the unassembled Statue of Liberty to the U.S. Isere
...capital founded in 1821 that’s sometimes referred to as the “crossroads of America” Indianapolis
...WWII battle where a U.S. flag was raised on Mount Suribachi Iwo Jima
...medieval explorer and scholar from Morocco, author of The Travels Ibn Battuta
… ship whose crew tried to communicate with Amelia Earhart on her fateful flight as she neared Howland Island Itasca
...Grand Prince of Moscow from 1533-1547 Ivan the Terrible
…moon that Galileo and Simon Marius both discovered in the early 1600s Io
…country whose capital became New Delhi in 1931 India
…scientist who wrote the Principia Mathematica in 1687 Isaac Newton
…journalist and muckraker who wrote The History of the Standard Oil Company Ida Tarbell
…Latin name for the ancient city of Troy Ilium
SHEEP - 11
Ilium

flutist319
xxaaaxx
ElendilPickle
Woppy T
9021amyers
wpwells
Magna
mcsheffrey
MattKnowles
Woof
immaf

Indianapolis - 9
badgerfellow
Rackme32
Troydozzy
clt013
merica
Ironhorse
clprez
jsm378
spell4yr

India - 8
Gamawire
Vintsanity
classicroadster
1stlvlthinker
joenguyen90
SBurrus
psgola
sillymonkey

Io - 8
NoWhammies10
threearruda
zerobandwidth
sims
jbeltz
mennoknight
econgator
jeffwolfe

Ibn Battuta - 3
Tybalteon
acthomas
Cat Hmrskjold

Ida Tarbell - 3

floridagator
Mastercone
lindap

Isaac Newton - 3

bev nar
SenseiCAY
coach P

SINGLETONS !

Ivan the Terrible
casketromance

Iwo Jima
BobF

DROP - 0
Mark Barrett
Steppenwolf

NOPE - 14
AFRET CMS - Iapetus

UNUSED
Isere
Itasca

UNRELATED BONUS Q: Really. No "I" needed here. Mary Galloway, Sarah Edmonds, Albert D.J. Cashier, Loreta Janeta Velazquez, and several others shared what not-as-unusual-as-you-might-think distinction during the Civil War? No penalty for a wrong guess.-3 points

The answer is that they all dressed as men to serve as soldiers (not died in battle, spies, Confederate army, Purple Heart [first issued in 1932 for WWI soldiers], etc.)

-3 Points
Mark Barrett
Gamawire
Tybalteon
bev nar
xxaaaxx
Rackme32 - said wounded, and they were, so it counts
NoWhammies10
Troydozzy
AFRET CMS
floridagator
wpwells
sims
Ironhorse
jbeltz
mennoknight
MattKnowles
Mastercone
flutist319
ElendilPickle
lindap
econgator
Cat Hammarskjold
spell4yr
9021amyers

SCORES AFTER Q5 AND BONUS

Mark Barrett 11
Steppenwolf 17
BobF 17
Mastercone 20
zerobandwidth 21

econgator 23
NoWhammies10 - 23
floridagator 23
bev nar 24
ElendilPickle 24
SBurrus 24
lindap 24
acthomas 24

SenseiCAY 25
Troydozzy 25
MattKnowles 27
psgola 27
Woppy T 27
Woof 27
jeffwolfe 27
coach P 27
Rackme32 - 28
Gamawire 28
joenguyen90 - 28

sims 29
clprez 29
jbeltz 30
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Re: TD 358 - Random Trivia - Scores through Q5 and bonus

Post by Wpwells » Wed Nov 08, 2017 10:20 am

YESSSSS I'M NOT IN LAST

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