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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q5 - Q7 Results Posted

Post by badgerfellow » Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:53 pm

Now that I'm back, we're on to results for questions 5 through 7. Here we go!

5. The United States Senate Now that I’m 30 years old, I am eligible to run for United States Senate. Currently, there are 11 US Senators who assumed office before 1997. Please provide a name for one of these senators. (HINT: The states these senators represent, in alphabetical order, are: AL, AZ, CA, IA, KY, MS, OK, OR, UT, VT, and WA).

Orrin Hatch (UT) (SHEEP) - 10
wpwells
Tybalteon
jbeltz
merica
ElendilPickle
MattKnowles
guessonguessonguess
joenguyen90
Vintsanity
xxaaaxx

Chuck Grassley (IA) – 7
nklotz
SenseiCAY
AFRET CMS
Clt013
CheezeWhiz
acthomas
clprez

John McCain (AZ) – 6
Heppm01
JayBoston
casketromance
jeffwolfe
mcsheffrey
AmericanIdiot

Thad Cochran (MS) – 4
Floridagator
Woppy T
maelinya
9021amyers

Dianne Feinstein (CA) – 4
MarkBarrett
Rackme32
gamawire
Peter the accountant

Ron Wyden (OR) – 4
Ironhorse
Woof
morbeedo
coach P

Patrick Leahy (VT) – 2
threearruda
immaf

Mitch McConnell (KY) – 2
bev nar
Chuck Mercein

Richard Shelby (AL) – 2
Sims
econgator


SINGLETONS
Jim Inhofe (OK)
lefty

Patty Murray (WA)
Peachbox


INCORRECT ANSWERS = 16
Bernie Sanders (VT, began office in 2007)
classicroadster

Tom Coburn (OK, served from 2004-2016)
twelvefootboy


6. Academy Awards for Best Actor or Actress Below is a list of 12 winners of the Academy Award for either Best Actor or Actress since the Academy Awards held in 1989, i.e. for films from 1988 or later. I have provided the name of the actor or actress, as well as the year they won their Academy Award. Please name the movie that earned them an Academy Award. Letter required.

A. Dustin Hoffman (1988)
B. Kathy Bates (1990)
C. Al Pacino (1992)
D. Susan Sarandon (1995)
E. Frances McDormand (1996)
F. Denzel Washington (2001)
G. Nicole Kidman (2002)
H. Philip Seymour Hoffman (2005)
I. Colin Firth (2010)
J. Jennifer Lawrence (2012)
K. Leonardo DiCaprio (2015)
L. Brie Larson (2015)


I. The King's Speech (SHEEP) – 7
Ironhorse
wpwells
threearruda
immaf
ElendilPickle
AmericanIdiot
econgator

B. Misery – 5 (Insert joke here about company.)
Floridagator
MarkBarrett
Rackme32
AFRET CMS
heppm01

H. Capote – 5
Tybalteon
jbeltz
Woof
bev nar
xxaaaxx

A. Rain Man - 4
nklotz
jeffwolfe
Peter the accountant
Chuck Mercein

C. Scent of a Woman – 4
JayBoston
gamawire
Woppy T
mcsheffrey

D. Dead Man Walking – 4
casketromance
CheezeWhiz
acthomas
Vintsanity

G. The Hours – 4
clt013
Peachbox
guessonguessonguess
9021amyers

E. Fargo – 3
Sims
merica
joenguyen90

L. Room - 3
maelinya
classicroadster
coach P


SINGLETONS
F. Training Day
morbeedo

J. Silver Linings Playbook
lefty


NOT USED
K. The Revenant


SHEEP = 7
twelvefootboy


INCORRECT ANSWERS = 13
D. The Client (Nominated in 1994)
clprez

G. Cold Mountain (Was not nominated for this film)
SenseiCAY

L. The Room (“Oh hai Mark!”)
MattKnowles


7. They’ll Be 30 This Year Too. I am not the only person turning 30 this year. Below are the descriptions of 10 celebrities who will be turning 30 years old this year as well. Please respond with the name of one of those celebrities, as well as the corresponding letter.

A. If this artist released an album this year, it would be named 30, to maintain the theme from her prior albums 19, 21, and 25.
B. This singer/actress from Utah got her big break as a professional dancer on Dancing with the Stars.
C. Before making a big “Splash” in the NBA, this point guard led Davidson College to an Elite Eight in 2008.
D. I could have put this actress in Question 7 because of her Academy Award for La La Land.
E. He was on the “losing” end of The Money Fight against Floyd Mayweather in 2017, but earning $100 million for the fight doesn’t sound much like losing to me.
F. We watched him grow up before our eyes as Ron Weasley.
G. She is easily the biggest selling artist from Barbados.
H. Before breaking Green Bay Packers’ hearts (twice) as a QB for the Seahawks, he took his talents to Wisconsin for his final year of college.
I. Before becoming a “Supergirl,” this actress sang in the New Direction on Glee and dated an aspiring jazz drummer in Whiplash.
J. “Soon we’ll be thirty years old, our songs have been sold…” sings this man whose last name is not Graham.

Flock special here with a lot of co-sheep.


E. Conor McGregor (CO-SHEEP) – 7
SenseiCAY
casketromance
Woppy T
MattKnowles
Woof
clprez
coach P

F. Rupert Grint (CO-SHEEP) – 7
Sims
jeffwolfe
Peter the accountant
Peachbox
Vintsanity
bev nar
xxaaaxx

I. Melissa Benoist (CO-SHEEP) – 7
MarkBarrett
AFRET CMS
heppm01
CheezeWhiz
guessonguessonguess
joenguyen90
econgator

H. Russell Wilson – 6
JayBoston
mcsheffrey
classicroadster
twelvefootboy
9021amyers
Chuck Mercein

B. Julianne Hough – 5
wpwells
nklotz
clt013
immaf
morbeedo

G. Rihanna – 5
Ironhorse
Tybalteon
threearruda
jbeltz
maelinya

A. Adele – 3
Floridagator
merica
ElendilPickle

C. Stephen Curry – 2
Rackme32
acthomas


SINGLETONS
D. Emma Stone
AmericanIdiot

J. Lukas Forchhammer (lead singer of Lukas Graham)
gamawire Sorry about that!


INCORRECT ANSWERS = 13
E. Manny Pacquiao
lefty


Standings After Question 7
1. gamawire 23
2. maelinya 24
3. casketromance 25
3. Sims 25
5. coach P 27
5. JayBoston 27
7. xxaaaxx 28
8. bev nar 29
9. 9021amyers 30
9. acthomas 30
9. Chuck Mercein 30
9. heppm01 30
9. Woof 30
14. joenguyen90 31
14. morbeedo 31
16. Floridagator 32
16. guessonguessonguess 32
16. Peter the accountant 32
19. Rackme32 34
20. AmericanIdiot 35
20. MarkBarrett 35
22. merica 36
22. Woppy T 36
24. lefty 37
24. Tybalteon 37
26. jeffwolfe 38
26. Peachbox 38
28. Ironhorse 39
28. nklotz 39
30. CheezeWhiz 40
30. threearruda 40
32. clt013 41
33. Vintsanity 42
34. AFRET CMS 44
34. econgator 44
34. jbeltz 44
37. immaf 45
38. wpwells 48
39. ElendilPickle 49
40. clprez 50
41. SenseiCAY 53
42. classicroadster 55
43. mcsheffrey 61
44. MattKnowles 64
44. twelvefootboy 64
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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q5 - Q7 Results Posted

Post by morbeedo » Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:26 pm

badgerfellow wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:53 pm

6. Academy Awards for Best Actor or Actress Below is a list of 12 winners of the Academy Award for either Best Actor or Actress since the Academy Awards held in 1989, i.e. for films from 1988 or later. I have provided the name of the actor or actress, as well as the year they won their Academy Award. Please name the movie that earned them an Academy Award. Letter required.

SINGLETONS
F. Training Day
morbeedo
I suppose this is a good time to plug my 2nd Annual TD on The Academy Awards, going up the day after this year's Oscars telecast :)
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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q5 - Q7 Results Posted

Post by badgerfellow » Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:50 pm

morbeedo wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:26 pm
badgerfellow wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:53 pm

6. Academy Awards for Best Actor or Actress Below is a list of 12 winners of the Academy Award for either Best Actor or Actress since the Academy Awards held in 1989, i.e. for films from 1988 or later. I have provided the name of the actor or actress, as well as the year they won their Academy Award. Please name the movie that earned them an Academy Award. Letter required.

SINGLETONS
F. Training Day
morbeedo
I suppose this is a good time to plug my 2nd Annual TD on The Academy Awards, going up the day after this year's Oscars telecast :)
I look forward to it!

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q5 - Q7 Results Posted

Post by MattKnowles » Thu Feb 08, 2018 10:42 pm

badgerfellow wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:53 pm
INCORRECT ANSWERS = 13
L. The Room (“Oh hai Mark!”)
MattKnowles
Oh. Room has Brie Larson. The Room has Tommy Wiseau and I guess it has Mark. That's cool, I've heard about the pair of novels Invisible Man and The Invisible Man as the example of clues where the article makes a difference. This pair of movies makes another special case that's nice to know about.
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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q1-Q7 Results Posted

Post by Category 13 » Thu Feb 08, 2018 11:01 pm

Chuck Mercein 30
This seems to be a theme....

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q1-Q7 Results Posted

Post by SenseiCAY » Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:26 am

Alright - back in familiar territory

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q5 - Q7 Results Posted

Post by gamawire » Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:32 pm

badgerfellow wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:53 pm

SINGLETONS
J. Lukas Forchhammer (lead singer of Lukas Graham)
nklotz
This is what I said, and I don't see my name on the list - can you double-check, please?
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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q5 - Q7 Results Posted

Post by badgerfellow » Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:09 am

gamawire wrote:
Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:32 pm
badgerfellow wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:53 pm

SINGLETONS
J. Lukas Forchhammer (lead singer of Lukas Graham)
nklotz
This is what I said, and I don't see my name on the list - can you double-check, please?
Oh yes, sorry about that! Your score is still correct, just had the wrong name for the singleton. You will find a corrected post above.

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q1-Q7 Results Posted

Post by CasketRomance » Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:24 pm

when is the next reveal?

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q1-Q7 Results Posted

Post by badgerfellow » Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:29 pm

CasketRomance wrote:
Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:24 pm
when is the next reveal?
I plan on revealing Q8 and Q9 later tonight. Q10, Bonus, and Final Standings will be released tomorrow evening.

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TD 367 - 30 - Q8 and Q9 Results Posted

Post by badgerfellow » Sat Feb 10, 2018 7:33 pm

Before I go into the results for Questions 8 and 9, I will say that these 2 questions were easily the most difficult for entrants. As the smith, I will tell you I struggled on whether these should be included for this Think Different or not. In the end, I kept them in as they worked well with the overall theme. One of many lessons learned.

Now to the results.

8. I Don’t Zinc This Is Funny Zinc shows up on the periodic table with an Atomic Number of 30. Identify either another chemical element with an atomic number in the 30s or one of the other three elements that are in the same group in the periodic table as zinc, Group 12.

bromine (Atomic Number 35) (SHEEP) – 4
Floridagator
JayBoston
casketromance
acthomas

arsenic (33) – 3
maelinya
Woof
guessonguessonguess

krypton (36) – 3
SenseiCAY
twelvefootboy
MattKnowles

selenium (34) – 3
wpwells
gamawire
clprez

cadmium (48, in Group 12) – 2
jbeltz
Chuck Mercein

gallium (31) – 2
threearruda
ElendilPickle

strontium (38) – 2
merica
econgator


NOT USED
copernicium (112, in Group 12)[/b]
germanium (32)[/b]
mercury (80, in Group 12)[/b]
rubidium (37)[/b]
yttrium (39)[/b]


SHEEP = 4
Ironhorse
AFRET CMS
heppm01
Peter the accountant
AmericanIdiot
joenguyen90
morbeedo


DROP = 0
nklotz
MarkBarrett
Rackme32
clt013
Sims
Woppy T
lefty
Vintsanity
bev nar
9021amyers
coach P
xxaaaxx


INCORRECT ANSWERS = 10
copper (Atomic Number = 29)
CheezeWhiz
jeffwolfe
Peachbox

lead (Atomic Number = 82, Group 14)
mcsheffrey

potassium (Atomic Number = 19)
Tybalteon

silver (Atomic Number = 47, Group 11)
classicroadster

tin (Atomic Number = 50, Group 14)
immaf


9. It Happened One Year Each of these sets of events happened in the same year during the 1930s. There are 10 choices, so no year is repeated. Provide the correct letter and the year.

A. The 20th Amendment is passed; The 21st Amendment is passed.
B. The coronation ceremony of King George VI; War Admiral wins the Triple Crown
C. Lake Placid hosts the Winter Olympics for the first time; Lindbergh baby is kidnapped
D. Bonnie and Clyde are ambushed in Louisiana; Leopold III succeeds to the throne
E. Huey Long is assassinated; The Hoover Dam is dedicated
F. Spanish Civil War begins; Gone with the Wind first published
G. Pearl Buck wins the Nobel Prize for Literature; Orson Welles’ broadcast of War of the Worlds
H. First FIFA World Cup is held; Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act signed into law
I. Al Capone sentenced for tax evasion; Star Spangled Banner adopted as US National Anthem
J. Germany invades Poland; Lou Gehrig’s streak of consecutive games ends

C. 1932 (CO-SHEEP) – 6
SenseiCAY
JayBoston
Woppy T
merica
mcsheffrey
Vintsanity

H. 1930 (CO-SHEEP) – 6
clt013
casketromance
CheezeWhiz
jbeltz
acthomas
classicroadster

B. 1937 – 5
Rackme32
threearruda
gamawire
jeffwolfe
econgator

J. 1939 – 5
AFRET CMS
Sims
Peter the accountant
AmericanIdiot
clprez

F. 1936 – 4
nklotz
ElendilPickle
guessonguessonguess
morbeedo

G. 1938 – 3
Ironhorse
MarkBarrett
lefty

D. 1934 – 2
Peachbox
Chuck Mercein

E. 1935 – 2
Floridagator
9021amyers

I. 1931 – 2
maelinya
xxaaaxx


NOT USED
A. 1933


DROP = 0
heppm01
immaf
twelvefootboy
MattKnowles
joenguyen90


INCORRECT ANSWERS = 12
wpwells (D – 1939)
Tybalteon (H – 1934)
Woof (E – 1931)
bev nar (H – 1932)
coach P (H – 1936)


Standings After Question 9
1. maelinya 29
2. Sims 30
2. xxaaaxx 30
4. gamawire 31
5. 9021amyers 32
6. Chuck Mercein 34
6. heppm01 34
8. casketromance 35
8. joenguyen90 35
10. JayBoston 37
11. Floridagator 38
11. MarkBarrett 38
13. coach P 39
13. guessonguessonguess 39
13. morbeedo 39
13. Rackme32 39
17. acthomas 40
17. lefty 40
19. bev nar 41
19. Peter the accountant 41
21. Woppy T 42
22. nklotz 43
23. AmericanIdiot 44
23. merica 44
25. Woof 45
26. Ironhorse 46
27. clt013 47
27. threearruda 47
29. Vintsanity 48
30. Peachbox 50
31. econgator 51
32. jbeltz 52
33. AFRET CMS 53
33. jeffwolfe 53
35. ElendilPickle 55
35. immaf 55
37. CheezeWhiz 56
38. clprez 58
39. Tybalteon 59
40. SenseiCAY 62
41. wpwells 63
42. MattKnowles 67
42. twelvefootboy 67
44. classicroadster 71
45. mcsheffrey 77

Very intriguing results so far. With one question left, the top 5 are within 3 points of each other and the top ten are within 8 points. With a 6 point bonus looming, who will take victory? Stay tuned tomorrow for the conclusion!

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q1 through Q9 Results Posted

Post by twelvefootboy » Sat Feb 10, 2018 11:37 pm

I loved the elements question and major props to the players that divined Se, Sr, and Ga! I previewed the TD but knew it would be a few days before I could fill it out. That meant avoiding Periodic Tables around the office or looking at analytical results in case of spoilers. I picked Kr as a safety pick and chickened out on using As or Se.

It was about the cheapest sheep, and therefore the cheapest wrong answer I've noticed in the few TD's I've been in.

Thanks for the TD, badgerfellow. These are fun and we don't have to listen to HQ Trivia flapdoodle to participate.
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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q1 through Q9 Results Posted

Post by badgerfellow » Sun Feb 11, 2018 5:23 pm

twelvefootboy wrote:
Sat Feb 10, 2018 11:37 pm

These are fun and we don't have to listen to HQ Trivia flapdoodle to participate.
You don't miss hearing from Quizzie McGuire, Quiz Cross, the Trap Trebek?

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q10 Results Posted

Post by badgerfellow » Sun Feb 11, 2018 5:30 pm

For added suspense, I'm splitting the Question 10 results and the results from the bonus. Fortunately, this question was a little better for entrants. One small correction on Item B to note below; fortunately, it didn't impact results.

10. Hello, Wisconsin! I think it would behoove me as “badgerfellow” to include one question on Wisconsin, which was before mentioned as the 30th State of the Union. Answer one of these questions, providing both the answer and the letter.

A. The phrase “Hello, Wisconsin!” can be heard at the end of the theme song for this retro TV show where Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis first met.
B. The name of this band, whose lead singer is from Eau Claire, is French for “good winter.” (Smith’s Note: The name of this band does not directly translate to “good winter.” Rather, it is derived from the French phrase for “Good winter.” Thanks to econgator for the heads up.)
C. Governor Gaylord Nelson, who served in that office between 1959 and 1963, founded this holiday celebrated every year on April 22.
D. The slogan for this beer was that it was “the beer that made Milwaukee famous.”
E. Before becoming guv-nah of a different state, he attended the University of Wisconsin-Superior…via correspondence courses.
F. This French Jesuit missionary represents Wisconsin in National Statuary Hall.
G. The other statue representing Wisconsin belongs to this man, who ran for US President in 1924 under the Progressive Party.
H. While there’s also a “West” version in Arizona, Frank Lloyd Wright also owned a house with this name in Spring Green.
I. This Netflix documentary features the Wisconsin justice system (and more specifically, Manitowoc County) in a not-so-positive light.
J. This sparkling water brand that is loved/hated by many originated in a city in Wisconsin with a similar sounding name.

A. That 70s Show (SHEEP) – 8
casketromance
jeffwolfe
maelinya
merica
classicroadster
twelvefootboy
AmericanIdiot
Vintsanity

B. Bon Iver (from “Bon Hiver”) – 7
Tybalteon
Sims
acthomas
mcsheffrey
clprez
joenguyen90
econgator

D. Schlitz – 6
Rackme32
AFRET CMS
CheezeWhiz
gamawire
lefty
Chuck Mercein

F. Father Marquette – 6
wpwells
nklotz
SenseiCAY
threearruda
Peachbox
9021amyers

J. LaCroix (from La Crosse) – 5
Floridagator
jbeltz
Woof
morbeedo
coach P

H. Taliesin – 4
immaf
ElendilPickle
guessonguessonguess
xxaaaxx

E. Arnold Schwarzenegger – 3
heppm01
Peter the accountant
bev nar

G. Fightin' Bob LaFollette – 3
MarkBarrett
JayBoston
Woppy T

I. Making a Murderer – 2
Ironhorse
MattKnowles


SINGLETON

C. Earth Day
clt013


STANDINGS AFTER QUESTION 10 BEFORE BONUS
1. xxaaaxx 34
2. gamawire 37
2. heppm01 37
2. maelinya 37
2. Sims 37
6. 9021amyers 38
7. Chuck Mercein 40
7. JayBoston 40
9. MarkBarrett 41
10. joenguyen90 42
11. casketromance 43
11. Floridagator 43
11. guessonguessonguess 43
14. bev nar 44
14. coach P 44
14. morbeedo 44
14. Peter the accountant 44
18. Rackme32 45
18. Woppy T 45
20. lefty 46
21. acthomas 47
22. clt013 48
22. Ironhorse 48
24. nklotz 49
25. Woof 50
26. AmericanIdiot 52
26. merica 52
28. threearruda 53
29. Peachbox 56
29. Vintsanity 56
31. jbeltz 57
32. econgator 58
33. AFRET CMS 59
33. ElendilPickle 59
33. immaf 59
36. jeffwolfe 61
37. CheezeWhiz 62
38. clprez 65
39. Tybalteon 66
40. SenseiCAY 68
41. MattKnowles 69
41. wpwells 69
43. twelvefootboy 75
44. classicroadster 79
45. mcsheffrey 84

With the bonus remaining, xxaaaxx has taken the lead at 34 points, with a Chippewa River-esque logjam at 2nd place with 37 points. Who will take the crown? Stay tuned!

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Q1 through Q10 Results Posted (Pre-Bonus)

Post by heppm01 » Sun Feb 11, 2018 11:01 pm

At this point I think it is mathematically impossible for me to plummet to last place, so no matter what happens next I consider it a victory.

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TD 367 - 30 - Final Results

Post by badgerfellow » Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:07 am

All right, after a long week, it's time to reveal the final results.

Out of 45 entrants, 8 of them will receive the -6 point bonus for not using their sheep or drop, while also providing 10 correct responses. Those entrants are:

Floridagator
threearruda
JayBoston
gamawire
acthomas
merica
guessonguessonguess
Chuck Mercein

That now leaves us with the final standings

Finishing Outside the Top 30
45. mcsheffrey 84
44. classicroadster 79
43. twelvefootboy 75
41. MattKnowles 69
41. wpwells 69
40. SenseiCAY 68
39. Tybalteon 66
38. clprez 65
37. CheezeWhiz 62
36. jeffwolfe 61
33. AFRET CMS 59
33. ElendilPickle 59
33. immaf 59
32. econgator 58
31. jbeltz 57

Hanging On In the Double Digits
29. Peachbox 56
29. Vintsanity 56
28. AmericanIdiot 52
27. Woof 50
26. nklotz 49
24. clt013 48
24. Ironhorse 48
23. threearruda 47
21. lefty 46
21. merica 46
19. Rackme32 45
19. Woppy T 45
15. bev nar 44
15. coach P 44
15. morbeedo 44
15. Peter the accountant 44
14. casketromance 43
13. joenguyen90 42
11. acthomas 41
11. MarkBarrett 41
10. 9021amyers 38

Receiving Certificates of TD Achievement
5. Floridagator 37
5. guessonguessonguess 37
5. heppm01 37
5. maelinya 37
5. Sims 37

And now the podium...

Splitting Silver, Bronze, and Another Certificate
2. Chuck Mercein 34
2. JayBoston 34
2. xxaaaxx 34


And your winner of TD 367, receiving an empty 30 pack of Miller Lite is...

gamawire 31

Thank you all for participating in this Think Different. It was a blast to work on this; hopefully you let me try it again!

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - FINAL STANDINGS

Post by threearruda » Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:06 am

Happy to get the six point bonus to keep me smack in the middle of mediocrity. Yay! Thanks for hosting badgerfellow!

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - FINAL STANDINGS

Post by morbeedo » Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:49 am

Thanks for hosting! I know how much blood sweat and tears go into writing and scoring TDs

Would've finished in the Top 3 if I had gone with Modern Family over Transparent!! Them's the brakes

Incidentally, whatever happened to TD 368 Games?
coming at you like an ex-president

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - Final Results

Post by gamawire » Mon Feb 12, 2018 11:24 am

badgerfellow wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:07 am

And your winner of TD 367, receiving an empty 30 pack of Miller Lite is...

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Thank you all for participating in this Think Different. It was a blast to work on this; hopefully you let me try it again!
Wow - wasn't expecting this! Thanks for hosting, and you are more than welcome to host another (of course, I may be prejudiced on that after my finish in this one!). :mrgreen:
"It is better, of course, to know useless things than to know nothing." -- Seneca

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Re: TD 367 - 30 - FINAL STANDINGS

Post by SenseiCAY » Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:22 pm

morbeedo wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:49 am
Incidentally, whatever happened to TD 368 Games?
I was wondering the same - I like games.

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