TD 379 - CLASSIC AREA CODES 7xx (FINAL RESULTS)

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Re: TD 379 - CLASSIC AREA CODES 7xx (701 & 702 REVEALED)

Post by Category 13 » Tue May 15, 2018 1:15 pm

Ugghh, I start off with a big sheep on the first Q, then get a wrong answer compounded on the massive sheep for Olympia. How I'm not in last place is a surprise.

I thought Grace Slick was going to sheep for sure on the first one. Also thought Joel Osteen would rack up a lot of points.

Oh, and Ann Margret looked sooooo familliar. I just couldn't dredge her out. Woulda picked her for sure if I could have.

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Re: TD 379 - CLASSIC AREA CODES 7xx (701 & 702 REVEALED)

Post by Saturnalia » Tue May 15, 2018 1:31 pm

Category 13 wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 1:15 pm
Ugghh, I start off with a big sheep on the first Q, then get a wrong answer compounded on the massive sheep for Olympia. How I'm not in last place is a surprise.
...Because I've sheeped three times and then went and missed on the strip (was guessing; I know nothing about Las Vegas and needed my drop and sheep elsewhere). Oh well.

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Re: TD 379 - CLASSIC AREA CODES 7xx (703 & 704 REVEALED)

Post by xxaaaxx » Tue May 15, 2018 7:41 pm

2 pts for Joel Osteen...wow. Not sure I've ever heard the name Fulton J. Sheen before. And of all the things, a mega-sheep for Olympia!? Never change, TD.

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Re: TD 379 - CLASSIC AREA CODES 7xx (703 & 704 REVEALED)

Post by badgerfellow » Tue May 15, 2018 7:48 pm

xxaaaxx wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 7:41 pm
2 pts for Joel Osteen...wow. Not sure I've ever heard the name Fulton J. Sheen before. And of all the things, a mega-sheep for Olympia!? Never change, TD.
Archbishop Sheen had one of the top rated TV shows in the 50s on the old Dumont network with "Life is Worth Living." He's still referenced a lot in Catholic circles, and there are lots of Youtube videos of his episodes available. That said, I was shocked he almost sheeped and Mother Angelica (founder of EWTN) was a singleton.

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Re: TD 379 - CLASSIC AREA CODES 7xx (705 & 706 REVEALED)

Post by floridagator » Tue May 15, 2018 8:01 pm

705 - ONTARIO

Listen to this clip and name the famous Canadian music artist who's performing.


C. Shania Twain - 8 (SHEEP)

Ouachiouat
sillymoose
xxaaaxx
threearruda
clt013
Rackme32
badgerfellow
Guessonguessonguess

SHEEP

Kirbstar
Thaddeus
Coach P

B. Gordon Lightfoot - 5

AFRET CMS
heppm01
Sims
econgator
spell4yr

F. Anne Murray - 5

bev nar
casketromance
MarkBarrett
merica
Rolling Rock

K. Bryan Adams - 5

jbeltz
tjconn728
Gamawire
ajk
classicroadster

I. Celine Dion - 4

wpwells
mastercone
Troydozzy
Ironhorse

Z. Guy Lombardo - 4

twelvefootboy
lefty
acthomas
Saturnalia

D. Paul Anka - 3

ihavejeoprosy
Cutty Sark
Peachbox

G. Alanis Morissette - 3

Mennoknight
9021amyers
Tybalteon

E. Hank Snow - 1 (SINGLETON!)

squarekara

H. k.d. lang - 1 (SINGLETON!)

clprez

J. George Beverly Shea - 1 (SINGLETON!)

ElendilPickle

DROP

Woof
MattKnowles
immaf
Peter the Accountant


UNUSED

A. Ginette Reno (Beautiful Second Hand Man)


INCORRECT - 13

Quantum (J. Paul Robeson)
SenseiCAY (Shania Twain, no letter)


BONUS - What are the Canadian pop music awards called?

-1 to the following for knowing the Juno Awards:
9021amyers
acthomas
ajk
bev nar
casketromance
classicroadster
clprez
clt013
ElendilPickle
Gamawire
Guessonguessonguess
Ironhorse
mastercone
MattKnowles
Mennoknight
Rackme32
spell4yr
tjconn728
Troydozzy
Woof

Incorrect answers were Geddys, Obies, Chill, Canadian Billboard, Snowbirds, Much Music, Crammys, Canmys, Hosers, Polaris Prize, Poutines, Mounties, Molsons, Suckies, Ogies. I don't think a lot of people were really trying and just wanted to type something.


706 - GEORGIA

Name a winner of the Masters golf tournament.


Gary Player - 5 (SHEEP)

clprez
Rolling Rock
Saturnalia
SenseiCAY
twelvefootboy

Arnold Palmer - 4

ihavejeoprosy
Peter the Accountant
Gamawire
Troydozzy

Tiger Woods - 4

MattKnowles
immaf
Thaddeus
Tybalteon

Ben Crenshaw - 3

Cutty Sark
MarkBarrett
Kirbstar

Sam Snead - 3

AFRET CMS
jbeltz
Quantum

Ben Hogan - 2

xxaaaxx
heppm01

Fred Couples - 2

tjconn728
Rackme32

Jose Maria Olazabal - 2

Ouachiouat
threearruda

Mark O'Meara - 2

Peachbox
spell4yr

Mike Weir - 2

casketromance
classicroadster

Phil Mickelson - 2

acthomas
Coach P

Vijay Singh - 2

mastercone
squarekara

Danny Willett - 2

wpwells
Mennoknight

SINGLETONS

Ironhorse Angel Cabrera
Woof Billy Casper
badgerfellow Bob Goalby
Guessonguessonguess Bubba Watson
lefty Craig Stadler
clt013 Craig Wood
ajk Fuzzy Zoeller
bev nar Jack Burke
ElendilPickle Jack Nicholas
sillymoose Jordan Spieth
merica Larry Mize
9021amyers Tommy Aaron
econgator Zach Johnson

DROP

Sims

NO SHEEP OR INCORRECT


BONUS - What color jacket do winners of the Masters and employees of National Car Rental wear?

-1 to everyone but Thaddeus


STANDINGS AFTER 706

1 Woof 7
2 ihavejeoprosy 13
2 lefty 13
4 acthomas 15
5 twelvefootboy 17
5 jbeltz 17
5 bev nar 17
5 ElendilPickle 17
9 tjconn728 18
10 AFRET CMS 20
11 Ouachiouat 21
11 squarekara 21
11 wpwells 21
11 sillymoose 21
15 MattKnowles 22
15 xxaaaxx 22
15 Mennoknight 22
18 Gamawire 23
18 immaf 23
20 threearruda 24
20 casketromance 24
20 mastercone 24
20 Sims 24
24 Peter the Accountant 25
25 Cutty Sark 26
25 Quantum 26
25 heppm01 26
25 clt013 26
29 ajk 27
30 clprez 28
31 MarkBarrett 29
31 Peachbox 29
33 Troydozzy 32
33 9021amyers 32
35 Ironhorse 33
36 Kirbstar 34
37 merica 36
37 Thaddeus 36
39 Tybalteon 37
39 Rackme32 37
39 econgator 37
42 SenseiCAY 38
43 classicroadster 39
43 badgerfellow 39
45 spell4yr 40
46 Rolling Rock 45
47 Guessonguessonguess 46
48 Coach P 49
49 Saturnalia 50

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Re: TD 379 - CLASSIC AREA CODES 7xx (701 & 702 REVEALED)

Post by floridagator » Tue May 15, 2018 9:02 pm

spell4yr wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 1:11 pm

On the plus side, an open letter to someone out there:
SpoilerShow
Incorrect answers were gross, latka, lefke (sorry), limpa, malm, pierogie, piroshki, and Swedish tacos.
Incorrect answers were but these, gefeltefish, gifelte fish, gravlax, haggis, herring, kallax, lox, stinkfish.
Incorrect answers were All Sound, Denmark, Ektorp, Finland, Norway.
Incorrect answers were butterhorn, cannoli, delicious, fargrik, horn of deliciousness, kjeldsen, Norwegian cannoli, reindeer antler, tuille, wafers, waffel kake (close).
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You're pretty sharp! I didn't notice that in my spreadsheet. It was Tybalteon.

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LOL at Dick Enberg being the sheep!

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Post by squarekara » Tue May 15, 2018 10:42 pm

badgerfellow wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 7:48 pm
xxaaaxx wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 7:41 pm
2 pts for Joel Osteen...wow. Not sure I've ever heard the name Fulton J. Sheen before. And of all the things, a mega-sheep for Olympia!? Never change, TD.
Archbishop Sheen had one of the top rated TV shows in the 50s on the old Dumont network with "Life is Worth Living." He's still referenced a lot in Catholic circles, and there are lots of Youtube videos of his episodes available. That said, I was shocked he almost sheeped and Mother Angelica (founder of EWTN) was a singleton.
Even in that old b&w headshot, Bishop Sheen exudes enough charisma to draw a flock!

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Post by jeffwolfe » Wed May 16, 2018 1:46 am

floridagator wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 8:01 pm
ElendilPickle Jack Nicholas
So only one person selected the Golden Bear and they misspelled his name. Or did you do that?

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Re: TD 379 - CLASSIC AREA CODES 7xx (703 & 704 REVEALED)

Post by badgerfellow » Wed May 16, 2018 5:34 am

squarekara wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 10:42 pm
badgerfellow wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 7:48 pm
xxaaaxx wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 7:41 pm
2 pts for Joel Osteen...wow. Not sure I've ever heard the name Fulton J. Sheen before. And of all the things, a mega-sheep for Olympia!? Never change, TD.
Archbishop Sheen had one of the top rated TV shows in the 50s on the old Dumont network with "Life is Worth Living." He's still referenced a lot in Catholic circles, and there are lots of Youtube videos of his episodes available. That said, I was shocked he almost sheeped and Mother Angelica (founder of EWTN) was a singleton.
Even in that old b&w headshot, Bishop Sheen exudes enough charisma to draw a flock!
I see what you did there! Well played.

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Post by floridagator » Wed May 16, 2018 10:13 am

707 - CALIFORNIA

Answer a question about wine.
  • In what European language is wine known as krasi?
  • What 60 Minutes commentator once scoffed that people who know a lot about wine usually don't know much about anything else?
  • In what country of the Caucusus is wine believed to have been invented?
  • What color wine is produced from pinot noir, merlot, gamay, and cabernet sauvignon?
  • What is the occupational title of the person who makes wine barrels?
  • What New England state (which still has a pentagonal JCPenney store) has the highest per-capita consumption of not only wine but total alcohol in the U.S.?
  • What country is famous for its Niagara and Okanagan grapes?
  • What derogatory three-letter term is used to describe wines such as Thunderbird, Wild Irish Rose, and Mad Dog 20/20?
  • In a fancy restaurant, what would be the French-derived title of the person who maintains the wine list?
  • What European country is the world's leading producer of wine?

sommelier - 9 (SHEEP)

squarekara
Ouachiouat
Quantum
tjconn728
Ironhorse
Sims
Thaddeus
classicroadster
econgator

cooper - 7

jbeltz
AFRET CMS
ElendilPickle
xxaaaxx
Peter the Accountant
ajk
SenseiCAY

New Hampshire - 7

9021amyers
merica
immaf
threearruda
Saturnalia
Coach P
spell4yr

Canada - 6

acthomas
Cutty Sark
Peachbox
Troydozzy
Mennoknight
badgerfellow

red - 6

heppm01
Kirbstar
sillymoose
MattKnowles
casketromance
Rackme32

Andy Rooney - 3

ihavejeoprosy
lefty
clt013

bum wine - 2

mastercone
Guessonguessonguess

Georgia - 1 (SINGLETON!)

Woof

Greek - 1 (SINGLETON!)

wpwells

DROP

bev nar

UNUSED

Spain (leading producer of wine)

INCORRECT - 14

Tybalteon (Armenia)
MarkBarrett (Italy)
twelvefootboy (jug wine, three letter term for a cheap wine, but the brands cited are not jug wines)
clprez (jug wine)
Rolling Rock (Massachusetts)
Gamawire (Two Buck Chuck, not a three letter term)




708 - ILLINOIS

Chicago is one of the most important corporate centers in the U.S., and Downstate has a large number of well-known companies also.
  • Give the one-word name of the company that for decades was the largest retailer in the US; built its headquarters in the world's tallest building at that time; and now oversees its demise from Hoffman Estates.
  • What insect-named maker of heavy equipment that recently moved its headquarters from Peoria to Deerfield is the second largest manufacturing company in the Prairie State?
  • Matt Damon starred in the movie "The Informant" about an extortionate whisteblower at this Illinois agribusiness giant. His scheme unraveled because of a change in area code! (Initials are fine.)
  • Like a good neighbor, this Bloomington-based insurer is there.
  • What major airline is headquarted in the Willis Tower, not far from the arena to which it owns the naming rights?
  • This one-word company advertises its location as the corner of Happy and Healthy, but its headquarters is actually in Deerfield.
  • What Oak Brook-based chain is famous for its golden arches?
  • What one-word brand name was number one in tube radios and flip phones before those businesses went kaput?
  • What Goose Island-based Mars subsidiary makes Skittles, Starburst, Big Red, Doublemint, Hubba Bubba, and Excel (the last of which is not software).
  • Nothing runs like this Moline-based company famous for its green farm machinery.
Caterpillar - 9 (SHEEP)

Tybalteon
tjconn728
Sims
Thaddeus
jbeltz
Cutty Sark
Mennoknight
heppm01
Woof

Walgreens - 7

Gamawire
Ouachiouat
threearruda
Coach P
Peachbox
clt013
mastercone

Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) - 6

AFRET CMS
xxaaaxx
ajk
merica
ihavejeoprosy
bev nar

John Deere - 5

twelvefootboy
Quantum
ElendilPickle
Troydozzy
Kirbstar

Sears - 5
An apparent employee protests that the correct name is Sears Holding, but the one-word brand name is still Sears.

Peter the Accountant
spell4yr
casketromance
Rackme32
Guessonguessonguess

State Farm - 5

immaf
badgerfellow
sillymoose
MattKnowles
wpwells

United - 5

econgator
SenseiCAY
Saturnalia
acthomas
Ironhorse

Motorola - 4

MarkBarrett
clprez
squarekara
9021amyers

McDonald's - 1 (SINGLETON?!)

Rolling Rock

UNUSED

Wrigley

NO DROP OR SHEEP

INCORRECT - 14

classicroadster (American Airlines)
lefty (Panasonic)


STANDINGS AFTER 708

1 Woof 17
2 ihavejeoprosy 22
3 bev nar 23
4 acthomas 26
5 wpwells 27
6 ElendilPickle 29
7 lefty 30
8 sillymoose 32
9 jbeltz 33
9 mastercone 33
9 AFRET CMS 33
9 MattKnowles 33
13 squarekara 34
14 xxaaaxx 35
14 casketromance 35
14 immaf 35
17 tjconn728 36
17 clt013 36
17 twelvefootboy 36
20 Mennoknight 37
20 Ouachiouat 37
20 Peter the Accountant 37
23 threearruda 38
24 ajk 40
24 Quantum 40
26 Cutty Sark 41
26 heppm01 41
28 Sims 42
28 Peachbox 42
30 Troydozzy 43
30 9021amyers 43
32 Gamawire 44
33 Kirbstar 45
34 clprez 46
35 Ironhorse 47
35 MarkBarrett 47
37 Rackme32 48
38 merica 49
39 badgerfellow 50
39 SenseiCAY 50
41 econgator 51
42 spell4yr 52
43 Guessonguessonguess 53
44 Thaddeus 54
45 Tybalteon 60
45 Rolling Rock 60
47 classicroadster 62
47 Saturnalia 62
49 Coach P 63

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Re: TD 379 - CLASSIC AREA CODES 7xx (707 & 708 REVEALED)

Post by Quantum » Wed May 16, 2018 10:51 am

Only three problems with guessing Paul Robeson for J in the Canadian audio clue:

1) Robeson was American.
2) He couldn't even get into Canada to give a scheduled concert, because his passport had been revoked by the US State Department during the McCarthy era. He sang at the border.
3) In my opinion, Robeson has an even more thrilling basso profundo voice than the actual artist in J

On the next audio clue, I will be right, but I'm going to super-sheep it.

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Post by squarekara » Wed May 16, 2018 10:58 am

floridagator wrote:
Wed May 16, 2018 10:13 am

[*]What derogatory three-letter term is used to describe wines such as Thunderbird, Wild Irish Rose, and Mad Dog 20/20?

[*]Give the one-word name of the company that for decades was the largest retailer in the US; built its headquarters in the world's tallest building at that time; and now oversees its demise from Hoffman Estates.
My Dad worked for Sears Roebuck for decades, and when I was a kid, practically everything in our home was from the Sears Catalog. They just shuttered their last retail store in Chicago, and just thinking about it makes me want to mix up a batch of Champipple.

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Post by Tybalteon » Wed May 16, 2018 11:09 am

I'm glad I at least got a chuckle in some people because this performance of mine is abysmal!

I listen to a podcast called "Stuff You Missed in History Class" and in the middle and the end of every year, they go over archaeological discoveries that happened in that year. I specifically remembered that there was a discovery about wine being discovered in Armenia. Turns out the first winery (and leather shoe) was found in a cave in Armenia, not just the first instance of wine. Drat!

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Post by MarkBarrett » Wed May 16, 2018 11:24 am

UNUSED

Spain (leading producer of wine)

INCORRECT - 14
MarkBarrett (Italy)

Recently on perhaps Millionaire or Divided this came up and I knew it was one or the other (and not France or Germany) and I went the wrong way guessing when I should have gone with a different option all together. That will teach me to dip into wine which is not my area.

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Post by spell4yr » Wed May 16, 2018 12:33 pm

Hey, I'm just in denial about our future as I sit here at my desk in Hoffman. ;)

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Post by SenseiCAY » Wed May 16, 2018 2:20 pm

floridagator wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 8:01 pm

SenseiCAY (Shania Twain, no letter)
How do I do this every single time??

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Post by 9021amyers » Wed May 16, 2018 3:20 pm

SenseiCAY wrote:
Wed May 16, 2018 2:20 pm
floridagator wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 8:01 pm

SenseiCAY (Shania Twain, no letter)
How do I do this every single time??
You gol’darn gone and done it.

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Post by floridagator » Wed May 16, 2018 5:49 pm

jeffwolfe wrote:
Wed May 16, 2018 1:46 am
floridagator wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 8:01 pm
ElendilPickle Jack Nicholas
So only one person selected the Golden Bear and they misspelled his name. Or did you do that?
I thought about negging that but I know many people who pronounce Nicholas as Nick'las so no harm, no foul.

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Post by floridagator » Wed May 16, 2018 7:38 pm

709 - NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR

RMS Titanic sank in 1912 not far off the coast of Newfoundland. Identify one of these people associated with the disaster. Some are real people who lived or died that night; some are people who made movies about the sinking. If opting for the cell with two people, name both. If the person acts, name the person and not the character.

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John Jacob Astor - 7 (CO-SHEEP)

twelvefootboy
AFRET CMS
xxaaaxx
MarkBarrett
SenseiCAY
ajk
econgator

Marilu Henner - 7 (CO-SHEEP)

ihavejeoprosy
ElendilPickle
clt013
heppm01
Gamawire
merica
Tybalteon

James Cameron - 6

tjconn728
Mennoknight
Ouachiouat
jbeltz
badgerfellow
Saturnalia

David Janssen - 5

Woof
bev nar
squarekara
Peachbox
clprez

Leonardo diCaprio & Kate Winslet - 5

Peter the Accountant
threearruda
Sims
spell4yr
Guessonguessonguess

Molly Brown - 5

MattKnowles
Quantum
Troydozzy
Rackme32
Coach P

Captain Edward Smith - 5

wpwells
Kirbstar
mastercone
acthomas
Ironhorse

Debbie Reynolds - 1 (SINGLETON!)

Rolling Rock

Robert Wagner - 1 (SINGLETON!)

9021amyers

Thomas Andrews - 1 (SINGLETON!)

Cutty Sark

DROP

classicroadster

NO SHEEP

UNUSED

Benjamin Guggenheim
Cloris Leachman


INCORRECT - 12
If choosing the cell with two people, name both.

lefty (Ada Strauss)
casketromance (Leonardo diCaprio)
sillymoose (Kate Winslet)
Thaddeus (Kate Winslet)
immaf (Leonardo diCaprio & Kate Capshaw)


712 - IOWA

One of the most famous sons of the 712 is the crooner who was born in Wall Lake, Iowa. Listen to this clip and name one of these Andy Williams hits. (LETTER REQUIRED)


C. It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year - 12 (SHEEP)

casketromance
sillymoose
xxaaaxx
merica
Tybalteon
Mennoknight
badgerfellow
clprez
threearruda
Sims
wpwells
Ironhorse

SHEEP

Peter the Accountant
spell4yr
mastercone

G. Moon River - 9

clt013
Gamawire
Quantum
immaf
lefty
econgator
MattKnowles
Troydozzy
Cutty Sark

A. Canadian Sunset - 2

Rackme32
squarekara

B. More - 2

twelvefootboy
MarkBarrett

L. Almost There - 2

Thaddeus
bev nar

E. Love Said Goodbye (Love Theme from "The Godfather Part II") - 1 (SINGLETON!)

ElendilPickle

F. Happy Heart - 1 (SINGLETON!)

AFRET CMS

I. Can't Get Used to Losing You - 1 (SINGLETON!)

Rolling Rock

DROP

SenseiCAY
ajk
ihavejeoprosy
heppm01
tjconn728
Ouachiouat
jbeltz
Saturnalia
Guessonguessonguess
Coach P
Kirbstar
acthomas
9021amyers

UNUSED

D. In the Arms of Love
H. Speak Softly Love (Love Theme from "The Godfather")
J. The Bilbao Song
K. Butterfly

INCORRECT - 17

Woof (H. Sunrise Sunset)
Peachbox (I. Loving You)
classicroadster (Moon River, no letter)


STANDINGS AFTER 712

1 ihavejeoprosy 29
2 bev nar 30
3 acthomas 31
4 ElendilPickle 37
5 Woof 39
5 jbeltz 39
7 squarekara 41
7 AFRET CMS 41
9 tjconn728 42
10 Ouachiouat 43
11 wpwells 44
11 9021amyers 44
13 twelvefootboy 45
14 MattKnowles 47
14 ajk 47
16 heppm01 48
17 mastercone 50
17 Kirbstar 50
19 lefty 51
19 Cutty Sark 51
21 clt013 52
22 xxaaaxx 54
22 Peter the Accountant 54
22 Quantum 54
25 Mennoknight 55
25 threearruda 55
25 Rackme32 55
28 sillymoose 56
28 immaf 56
28 MarkBarrett 56
31 Troydozzy 57
31 SenseiCAY 57
33 Guessonguessonguess 58
34 casketromance 59
34 Sims 59
36 Gamawire 60
37 Rolling Rock 62
38 clprez 63
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Re: TD 379 - CLASSIC AREA CODES 7xx (705 & 706 REVEALED)

Post by Ironhorse » Wed May 16, 2018 7:50 pm

floridagator wrote:
Wed May 16, 2018 5:49 pm
jeffwolfe wrote:
Wed May 16, 2018 1:46 am
floridagator wrote:
Tue May 15, 2018 8:01 pm
ElendilPickle Jack Nicholas
So only one person selected the Golden Bear and they misspelled his name. Or did you do that?
I thought about negging that but I know many people who pronounce Nicholas as Nick'las so no harm, no foul.
There is a Nicklaus Drive on my mail route and people frequently mail letters there spelling it that way. The machine still recognizes it.
Never been on J!, but once won a knockoff version that aired on local access TV.

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