TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - FINAL RESULTS

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TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - FINAL RESULTS

Post by floridagator » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:15 pm

Welcome to TD 368! This TD is about the presidents of the United States. It closes on Presidents' Day, Monday, February 19, at 9:00 AM EST.

For each question below, there are a number of choices. Choose one as your answer. Think Different is scored by the number of people who submit the same answer. It's best to be the only person who chooses a particular answer. The most common answer is called the sheep. You don't want to be a sheep. Incorrect answers get the sheep score plus five points. Low score wins. Bonus questions will allow you to reduce your score by up to nine.

You may drop one question and sheep one question. (To sheep means to accept the highest score on a question without fear of giving an incorrect answer.) These answers must come from your head; not your computer, reference library, or smartphone. No research is allowed. Last names are fine except when more is needed to identify presidents with the same last name. Submit your answers here: https://form.jotform.com/80417221193146


1. PRESIDENTS BEFORE AND AFTER I

You know the drill. Take two parts of the clue and combine them so they overlap. Example: Current Supreme Court justice who wrote the Declaration of Independence: Clarence Thomas Jefferson. Middle names and initials are not necessary except to distinguish between presidents with the same first and last name. LETTER NOT NECESSARY.
  • Father of the country who wrote "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
  • Chipmunk brothers who speak softly and carry a big stick
  • Founding father who served as president in a wheelchair
  • Singer of "Your Song" who led the invasion of Normandy
  • Modern president who can take any trick
  • Cleveland Cavaliers great who served only six months
  • Constitutional architect who starred in "Cory in the House"
  • Eubie Blake song for a president from Missouri
  • The Great Communicator with three Shakespearean daughters (OK if you need some liberty on spelling)
  • Give him a twenty and he might sing "Doctor, My Eyes"

2. GRADUATION DAY

Identify one of these presidents from his high school photo. NUMBER REQUIRED.




3. Name a president who died in office or succeeded one who did


4. PRESIDENTS BY BIRTH DATE

Name a president by his birth date. Letter not required.
  • February 22, 1732
  • February 12, 1809
  • June 14, 1946
  • January 30, 1882
  • August 5, 1961
  • October 27, 1858
  • December 29, 1808 (think about this year)
  • August 10, 1874
  • April 23, 1791
  • October 5, 1829

5. PRESIDENTS BY DEATH DATE


Name a president by his death date. Letter not required.
  • November 22, 1963
  • June 5, 2004
  • January 22, 1973
  • December 26, 1972
  • December 26, 2006
  • February 3, 1924
  • June 28, 1836
  • September 19, 1881
  • March 8, 1930
  • July 4, 1831

6. COLLEGES OF THE CHIEFS

Some presidents are known for the colleges and universities they attended. Some colleges and universities are known for the presidents who attended them. Letter not required.
  • Where did Woodrow Wilson earn his Ph.D.?
  • Where did Ronald Reagan go to college?
  • Where did Herbert Hoover go to college (and get a school named for him)?
  • What four-letter school graduated three four-letter Republican presidents?
  • Which service academy graduated Jimmy Carter?
  • Where did Donald Trump graduate? (either the school or university is fine)
  • What Maine college claims Franklin Pierce?
  • What college in the upper left hand corner of Massachusetts graduated James Garfield?
  • What California institution matriculated Richard Nixon?

7. PRESIDENTS BY FIRST LADY

Some of our presidents wouldn't have gotten anywhere without their leading ladies. Identify a president by his First Lady's maiden name. Letter not required.
  • Rodham
  • Henry
  • Bolling
  • Todd
  • Dandridge
  • Payne
  • Folsom
  • Wallace
  • Ryan
  • Robinson

8. PRESIDENTS BY PREVIOUS OFFICE

Overwhelmingly, presidents come to office having held some other important office first. (There are exceptions.) Name the president who held one of these offices. LETTER REQUIRED.


A. Governor of Georgia

B. Governor of California

C. Governor of New Jersey

D. Governor of Massachusetts

E. Governor of Arkansas

F. Governor of Texas

G. Senator from Illinois

H. Senator from Missouri

I. Senator from Texas

J. Senator from California



BONUS - What president was the first to be elected a senator by popular vote? (-2 points)



9. DOWN THEY WENT

Name the major party presidential nominee defeated by these presidents. Letter not required.
  • Truman
  • Eisenhower
  • Hoover
  • McKinley
  • L. Johnson
  • Coolidge
  • Harding
  • G.H.W. Bush
  • Carter
  • T. Roosevelt


10. HAIL TO THE CHIEF

Name a president who appointed a chief justice


BONUS - What well known poet wrote the words to the president's official song, "Hail to the Chief"? (-1 point)


11. PRESIDENTIAL FACTS


Answer one of these facts about the presidents. Some are truly easy, so please read them before using a lifeline. LETTER REQUIRED.

A. What president was born on the 4th of July and was the first to be struck on a coin while in office?

B. What president was first to submerge in a sub while in office and made the only hole-in-one of his life on February 6, 1968?

C. Name the president whose brother was assassinated.

D. Who was the first president to visit the west coast while in office and get a state named for him in South America?

E. Who was the first (and so far only) president to die of cancer, four days after finishing his memoirs?

F. Who survived a ship explosion that killed two cabinet secretaries and four others?

G. Name a year of three presidents. (Will be scored separately)

H. Whose wife and mother died the same day?

I. Who saved 77 people from drowning during his time as a lifeguard?

J. Who was first to meet with a pope while in office?

K. Who appointed the first woman to cabinet?

L. Which president was first to take a train to the inauguration for his very brief presidency?



12. PRESIDENTS BEFORE AND AFTER II

You've done it before and you can do it again. Take two parts of the clue and combine them so they overlap. Example: Current Supreme Court justice who wrote the Declaration of Independence: Clarence Thomas Jefferson. Middle names and initials are not necessary except to distinguish between presidents with the same first and last name. LETTER NOT NECESSARY.
  • President from Texas who makes many of the leading household cleaning products, including Windex
  • "Tutti Frutti" singer who famously declared he's not a crook
  • Quebec battle site for a Civil War president
  • Sci-fi author who took over right before the crash
  • Son of a president who never made it to the majors
  • Heir to the British throne who was assassinated in Buffalo
  • Wartime president recorded by Elvis
  • Old Tippecanoe played a president whose plane was hijacked
  • Peanut farmer who founded the Journal of Negro History
  • Unelected president with a double name who was originally Hueffer

13. BOOKS BY PRESIDENTS

Most of our presidents have been known for their wordiness. Some of them were successful authors before they were president. Some became successful authors as a result of running. The rest became successful authors as a result of being president. Who wrote what?
  • Manual of Parliamentary Practice
  • Dreams from My Father
  • History of New York City
  • Portrait of the Assassin
  • Congressional Government
  • An Answer to Paine's "Rights of Man"
  • Six Crises
  • The Art of the Deal
  • Liberty Under Law
  • Principles of Mining
  • Where's the Rest of Me?
  • Profiles in Courage

BONUS - PRESIDENTIAL FIRSTS

Answer up to six of these for -1 point each. No penalty for a wrong answer. Letter REQURED.

A. Who was the first president to resign the office?

B. Who was the first president to serve who had been born in a hospital?

C. Who was the first president inaugurated in Washington?

D. Who was the first president to attend a manned space launch?

E. Who was the first president to transit the Panama Canal while in office?

F. Who was the first president to speak on television from the White House?

G. Who was the first president to hold a pilot's license?

H. Who was the first president to father a child while in office?

I. Who was the first president to receive a passport while in office?

J. Who was the first president to throw out the first pitch of the baseball season?

K. Who was the first president to be granted a patent? (In this case, for a device for buoying vessels over shoals.)

L. Who was the first president photographed in office?

M. Who was the only president to die in office whose wife also died during what would have been his presidency?
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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY

Post by Ironhorse » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:37 pm

For #10, is it required that the appointee immediately became Chief Justice, or is it acceptable if the judge later ascended to that position within SCOTUS?
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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY

Post by floridagator » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:50 pm

The president who made the appointment as chief justice. Whether the person had already served on the Court is irrelevant.
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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY

Post by MarkBarrett » Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:30 pm

bumping this because people seem to be having trouble finding it buried halfway down the page.

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Post by CasketRomance » Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:12 pm

bump again

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY

Post by SenseiCAY » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:32 am

What does "will be scored separately" mean, when it comes to naming a year with 3 Presidents?

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY

Post by floridagator » Tue Feb 13, 2018 11:19 am

It means the years of three presidents will be scored separately and not pooled together as one answer.
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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY

Post by floridagator » Thu Feb 15, 2018 12:24 am

Just a hint on one of the Before and After clues. It's OK to take some liberty with spelling on "The Great Communicator with three Shakespearean daughters."
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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - CLOSING 9 AM

Post by floridagator » Sun Feb 18, 2018 7:42 pm

This TD with the theme Presidents' Day is closing at 9 AM tomorrow, which is Presidents' Day. What could be easier to remember than that?

Please read through the questions and then submit an entry. Many of them are EASY! Lots of opportunities for low scores.

Here are the participants as of this hour:

1stlvlthinker
acthomas
AFRET CMS
badgerfellow
bev nar
casketromance
classicroadster
clprez
clt013
econgator
ElendilPickle
Gamawire
immaf
Ironhorse
JayBoston
lefty
MarkBarrett
MattKnowles
merica
nklotz
Peachbox
Peter the Accountant
Rackme32
SenseiCAY
sethmoko
sillymoose
Sims
threearruda
twelvefootboy
Tybalteon
Vintsanity
Woof
wpwells
xxaaaxx
My philosophy: We watch for the game. Players who get in the way of the game intrude, whether they're arrogant or adlib or cackle or fidget or make noise or are rude to AT. We want those who just play the game and don't make it about themselves to win.

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q1 REVEALED

Post by floridagator » Mon Feb 19, 2018 11:20 am

Presidents Before and After I

GEORGE WASHINGTON IRVING - 9 (SHEEP)

casketromance
sillymoose
sethmoko
AFRET CMS
morbeedo
merica
Vintsanity
MattKnowles
JayBoston


ANDREW JACKSON BROWNE - 6

acthomas
clt013
econgator
badgerfellow
clprez
SenseiCAY


ALVIN, SIMON & THEODORE ROOSEVELT - 5

Sims
Peter the Accountant
jeffwolfe
immaf
1stlvlthinker


BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT - 5

Tybalteon
MarkBarrett
Gamawire
nklotz
classicroadster


REGINALD DWIGHT EISENHOWER - 4

wpwells
lefty
ElendilPickle
bev nar


I'M JUST WILD ABOUT HARRY TRUMAN - 3

xxaaaxx
Rackme32
Mighty Mo


DONALD TRUMP CARD - 3

guessonguessonguess
Ironhorse
CVN-76 (Donald Trump Suit - acceptable)


LEBRON JAMES GARFIELD - 2

Peachbox
Woof


RONALD REAGAN, GONERIL & CORDELIA - 2

olduvai_george
AmericanIdiot


JAMES MADISON PETTIS - 1 (SINGLETON!)

threearruda


WRONG

twelvefootboy (Dwight David Copperfield)


NO DROPS OR SHEEPS OR UNUSED


SCORES AFTER Q1:

1 threearruda 1
2 Peachbox 2
2 Woof 2
2 olduvai_george 2
2 AmericanIdiot 2
6 CVN-76 3
6 guessonguessonguess 3
6 Ironhorse 3
6 xxaaaxx 3
6 Rackme32 3
6 Mighty Mo 3
12 wpwells 4
12 lefty 4
12 ElendilPickle 4
12 bev nar 4
16 Sims 5
16 Peter the Accountant 5
16 jeffwolfe 5
16 immaf 5
16 1stlvlthinker 5
16 Tybalteon 5
16 MarkBarrett 5
16 Gamawire 5
16 nklotz 5
16 classicroadster 5
26 acthomas 6
26 clt013 6
26 econgator 6
26 badgerfellow 6
26 clprez 6
26 SenseiCAY 6
32 casketromance 9
32 sillymoose 9
32 sethmoko 9
32 AFRET CMS 9
32 morbeedo 9
32 merica 9
32 Vintsanity 9
32 MattKnowles 9
32 JayBoston 9
41 twelvefootboy 14
My philosophy: We watch for the game. Players who get in the way of the game intrude, whether they're arrogant or adlib or cackle or fidget or make noise or are rude to AT. We want those who just play the game and don't make it about themselves to win.

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q1 REVEALED

Post by twelvefootboy » Mon Feb 19, 2018 1:44 pm

floridagator wrote:
Mon Feb 19, 2018 11:20 am

WRONG

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q1 REVEALED

Post by acthomas » Mon Feb 19, 2018 3:59 pm

Time to cross off "put an answer I was proud to get, because it's the funniest" off my TD stragedy board.

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q1 REVEALED

Post by threearruda » Mon Feb 19, 2018 6:48 pm

I had a gut feeling that James Madison Pettis was going to be a singleton when I typed it in simply due to the fact that I'm younger than everyone else. I remember when Cory in the House was a new show and I liked it a lot, but sadly it only got two seasons. I also vividly remember getting up at 5:30 am to watch that show amongst Disney Channel's Throwback Thursday slot a few years ago just to relive the good old days! :D

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q1 REVEALED

Post by floridagator » Mon Feb 19, 2018 7:20 pm

Q2. GRADUATION DAY

5. BILL CLINTON - 11 (SHEEP)

Ironhorse
Rackme32
bev nar
Sims
Peter the Accountant
immaf
Gamawire
nklotz
sillymoose
Vintsanity
MattKnowles

2. GERALD FORD - 10

threearruda
Peachbox
Woof
olduvai_george
AmericanIdiot
clt013
clprez
SenseiCAY
merica
JayBoston

8. RICHARD NIXON - 7

xxaaaxx
ElendilPickle
1stlvlthinker
MarkBarrett
acthomas
badgerfellow
morbeedo

9. GEORGE H.W. BUSH - 3

wpwells
jeffwolfe
AFRET CMS

6. JOHN F. KENNEDY - 3

classicroadster
econgator
sethmoko

7. DONALD TRUMP - 2

guessonguessonguess
twelvefootboy

3. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT - 1 (SINGLETON!)

lefty


WRONG

Tybalteon (2. Dwight Eisenhower) - 16


UNUSED

1. LYNDON B. JOHNSON

4. RONALD REAGAN


DROP

CVN-76
Mighty Mo
casketromance

NO SHEEP


STANDINGS AFTER Q2

1 CVN-76 3
1 Mighty Mo 3
3 guessonguessonguess 5
3 lefty 5
5 wpwells 7
6 jeffwolfe 8
6 classicroadster 8
8 econgator 9
8 casketromance 9
10 xxaaaxx 10
11 threearruda 11
11 ElendilPickle 11
13 Peachbox 12
13 Woof 12
13 olduvai_george 12
13 AmericanIdiot 12
13 1stlvlthinker 12
13 MarkBarrett 12
13 sethmoko 12
13 AFRET CMS 12
21 acthomas 13
21 badgerfellow 13
23 Ironhorse 14
23 Rackme32 14
25 bev nar 15
26 Sims 16
26 Peter the Accountant 16
26 immaf 16
26 Gamawire 16
26 nklotz 16
26 clt013 16
26 clprez 16
26 SenseiCAY 16
26 morbeedo 16
26 twelvefootboy 16
36 merica 19
36 JayBoston 19
38 sillymoose 20
38 Vintsanity 20
38 MattKnowles 20
41 Tybalteon 21
My philosophy: We watch for the game. Players who get in the way of the game intrude, whether they're arrogant or adlib or cackle or fidget or make noise or are rude to AT. We want those who just play the game and don't make it about themselves to win.

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q2 REVEALED

Post by Peter the accountant » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:38 pm

Rats. Was tossing a coin between Regan and Clinton. Figures I'd pick the wrong one.
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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q2 REVEALED

Post by Category 13 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:39 pm

UNUSED

1. LYNDON B. JOHNSON

4. RONALD REAGAN
Only nine choices and seven of them where easy, so I dropped this question like a hot potato. I was beating my head against the wall trying to think who nos. 1 and 7 were though. I knew the #7 photo had too sharp definition to be before mid-20th century but I totally forgot about Trump as a possibility. :oops:
Can barely see the resemblance on LBJ's picture, only after finding out it's him. He needs more forehead wrinkles.
FDR is the next least obvious. I almost picked him but I decided to play it safe.

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q2 REVEALED

Post by Ironhorse » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:03 pm

Reagan seems almost obvious once you know the answer, but I was stupefied.
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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q1 REVEALED

Post by nklotz » Tue Feb 20, 2018 8:51 am

floridagator wrote:
Mon Feb 19, 2018 7:20 pm
Q2. GRADUATION DAY

5. BILL CLINTON - 11 (SHEEP)
Hm. My strategy of picking the most obvious answer doesn't seem to be working out.

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q3 REVEALED

Post by floridagator » Tue Feb 20, 2018 9:24 am

Q3. NAME A PRESIDENT WHO DIED IN OFFICE OR SUCCEEDED ONE WHO DID

CALVIN COOLIDGE - 7 (SHEEP)

Peachbox
xxaaaxx
bev nar
jeffwolfe
acthomas
immaf
JayBoston

JOHN TYLER - 6

CVN-76
Ironhorse
Rackme32
Tybalteon
AFRET CMS
MattKnowles

CHESTER A. ARTHUR - 5

wpwells
SenseiCAY
olduvai_george
morbeedo
merica

WILLIAM MCKINLEY - 5

Gamawire
AmericanIdiot
sethmoko
threearruda
sillymoose

ABRAHAM LINCOLN - 4

lefty
nklotz
clprez
casketromance

LYNDON JOHNSON - 4

guessonguessonguess
Peter the Accountant
classicroadster
Vintsanity

WARREN HARDING - 3

Sims
MarkBarrett
Woof

ANDREW JOHNSON - 1 (SINGLETON!)

ElendilPickle

FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT - 1 (SINGLETON!)

twelvefootboy

HARRY TRUMAN - 1 (SINGLETON!)

Mighty Mo

JAMES GARFIELD - 1 (SINGLETON!)

1stlvlthinker

JOHN KENNEDY - 1 (SINGLETON!)

badgerfellow

W.H. HARRISON - 1 (SINGLETON!)

econgator

ZACHARY TAYLOR - 1 (SINGLETON!)

clt013

UNUSED

MILLARD FILLMORE
THEODORE ROOSEVELT

NO DROP, SHEEP, OR WRONG


SCORES AFTER Q3

1 Mighty Mo 4
2 CVN-76 9
2 lefty 9
2 guessonguessonguess 9
5 econgator 10
6 wpwells 12
6 classicroadster 12
6 ElendilPickle 12
9 casketromance 13
9 1stlvlthinker 13
11 badgerfellow 14
12 jeffwolfe 15
12 MarkBarrett 15
12 Woof 15
15 threearruda 16
16 xxaaaxx 17
16 olduvai_george 17
16 AmericanIdiot 17
16 sethmoko 17
16 twelvefootboy 17
16 clt013 17
22 AFRET CMS 18
23 Peachbox 19
23 Sims 19
25 acthomas 20
25 Ironhorse 20
25 Rackme32 20
25 nklotz 20
25 clprez 20
25 Peter the Accountant 20
31 SenseiCAY 21
31 morbeedo 21
31 Gamawire 21
34 bev nar 22
35 immaf 23
36 merica 24
36 Vintsanity 24
38 sillymoose 25
39 JayBoston 26
39 MattKnowles 26
41 Tybalteon 27
My philosophy: We watch for the game. Players who get in the way of the game intrude, whether they're arrogant or adlib or cackle or fidget or make noise or are rude to AT. We want those who just play the game and don't make it about themselves to win.

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Re: TD 368 - PRESIDENTS' DAY - Q3 REVEALED

Post by morbeedo » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:57 am

My goal for this TD is no wrong answers. So far, so good ;)
coming at you like an ex-president

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