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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Now Closed

Post by morbeedo » Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:26 pm

Magna wrote:
Wed May 30, 2018 6:42 pm
Just realized I made a big goof on one question. :oops:
:shock: :( :cry:
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q4 Results

Post by twelvefootboy » Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:37 pm

morbeedo wrote:
Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:12 pm

Pa
protactinium — Singleton!
twelvefootboy
Please re-check my answer. I think I brain farted and put Pr (Praseodymium) instead of the correct Pa. I chose Protactinium because it was my only stumper when I saw a list of nuclides a while back by symbol and couldn't match the name.
I also thought it was supposed to be a two letter symbol as well :oops:


Never mind - rereading the question the symbol was all that was required. Thank you Ursa for the "a".
I feel dirty. :oops:
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q4 Results

Post by morbeedo » Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:52 pm

twelvefootboy wrote:
Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:37 pm
morbeedo wrote:
Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:12 pm

Pa
protactinium — Singleton!
twelvefootboy
Please re-check my answer. I think I brain farted and put Pr (Praseodymium) instead of the correct Pa. I chose Protactinium because it was my only stumper when I saw a list of nuclides a while back by symbol and couldn't match the name.
I also thought it was supposed to be a two letter symbol as well :oops:


Never mind - rereading the question the symbol was all that was required. Thank you Ursa for the "a".
I feel dirty. :oops:
Haha, it's all good. And I appreciate that everyone followed instructions and left out the chemical symbol. Extraneous information makes it harder to grade these things. Like [DROP] for DROP :?
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q5 Results

Post by morbeedo » Tue Jun 05, 2018 1:06 pm

5. LIONS, TIGERS AND BEARS, OH MY! Name one of the following characters

Q5 ANSWERS
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Two singletons and no unused answers. Yippee!

Winnie-the-Pooh creator
A. A. Milne — 8 responses
bev nar
casketromance
immaf
Kirbstar
merica
sillymoose
Sims
threearruda

Bear in Jungle Book
Baloo — 8 responses
AFRET CMS
Bipolar Bear
Peter the Accountant
Rackme32
spell4yr
Troydozzy
Tybalteon
xxaaaxx

Wise, compassionate figure who guides the Pevensie children on their journey through Narnia
Aslan — 7 responses
clt013
ElendilPickle
heppm01
littleneutrino
Quantum
TheTabbyWhisperer
wpwells

Actor who portrayed the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz film
Bert Lahr — 4 responses
clprez
Floridagator
Gamawire
twelvefootboy

Young lion's father in The Lion King
Mufasa — 4 responses
Coach P
jbeltz
MattKnowles
mennoknight

Young lion in The Lion King
Simba — 4 responses
classicroadster
MarkBarrett
Saturnalia
Vintsanity

Tiger in Jungle Book
Shere Khan — 3 responses
Ironhorse
Peachbox
sillymonkey

Lord Sebastian Flyte's teddy bear in the novel Brideshead Revisited[/list]
Aloysius — 2 responses
Magna
squarekara

Talking tiger and unlikely boat companion in Life of Pi
Richard Parker — 2 responses
ihavejeoprosy
SenseiCAY

Brightest star in the constellation next to Ursa Major, from the Greek “guardian of the bear”
Arcturus — Singleton!
Woof

King Ezekiel’s tiger in The Walking Dead
Shiva — Singleton!
econgator
Q5 STANDINGS
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Well, now things are starting to get interesting! ;)

1. ihavejeoprosy — 4 + 2 → 6 pts [↑2]
1. Peachbox — 3 + 3 → 6 pts [unch]
3. twelvefootboy — 3 + 4 → 7 pts [↓2]
3. Woof — 6 + 1 → 7 pts [↑4]
5. Floridagator — 4 + 4 → 8 pts [↓2]

6. MarkBarrett — 5 + 4 → 9 pts [↓1]
7. econgator — 9 + 1 → 10 pts [↑5]
7. Saturnalia — 6 + 4 → 10 pts [unch]
9. squarekara — 9 + 2 → 11 pts [↑3]
10. TheTabbyWhisperer — 6 + 7 → 13 pts [↓3]

10. Vintsanity — 9 + 4 → 13 pts [↑2]
10. xxaaaxx — 5 + 8 → 13 pts [↓5]
13. Bipolar Bear — 6 + 8 → 14 pts [↓6]
13. jbeltz — 10 + 4 → 14 pts [↑4]
15. casketromance — 7 + 8 → 15 pts [↓4]

15. Coach P — 11 + 4 → 15 pts [↑5]
15. MattKnowles — 11 + 4 → 15 pts [↑5]
15. sillymonkey — 12 + 3 → 15 pts [↑10]
19. AFRET CMS — 9 + 8 → 17 pts [↓7]
19. Gamawire — 13 + 4 → 17 pts [↑10]

19. mennoknight — 13 + 4 → 17 pts [↑10]
19. Peter the Accountant — 9 + 8 → 17 pts [↓7]
23. Rackme32 — 10 + 8 → 18 pts [↓6]
23. spell4yr — 10 + 8 → 18 pts [↓6]
25. classicroadster — 15 + 4 → 19 pts [↑12]

25. clt013 — 12 + 7 → 19 pts [unch]
25. Kirbstar — 11 + 8 → 19 pts [↓5]
25. littleneutrino — 12 + 7 → 19 pts [unch]
25. sillymoose — 11 + 8 → 19 pts [↓5]
25. threearruda — 11 + 8 → 19 pts [↓5]

31. bev nar — 12 + 8 → 20 pts [↓6]
31. heppm01 — 13 + 7 → 20 pts [↓2]
31. wpwells — 13 + 7 → 20 pts [↓2]
34. immaf — 13 + 8 → 21 pts [↓5]
34. Ironhorse — 18 + 3 → 21 pts [↑6]

34. SenseiCAY — 19 + 2 → 21 pts [↑9]
34. Sims — 13 + 8 → 21 pts [↓5]
34. Troydozzy — 13 + 8 → 21 pts [↓5]
39. clprez — 18 + 4 → 22 pts [↑1]
39. merica — 14 + 8 → 22 pts [↓3]

41. Magna — 21 + 2 → 23 pts [↑3]
41. Quantum — 16 + 7 → 23 pts [↓2]
41. Tybalteon — 15 + 8 → 23 pts [↓4]
44. ElendilPickle — 18 + 7 → 25 pts [↓4]
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q5 Results

Post by SenseiCAY » Tue Jun 05, 2018 1:33 pm

Didn't think I'd get away with a 2 for Richard Parker - probably one of my favorite names in all of literature/film.

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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q5 Results

Post by ihavejeoprosy » Tue Jun 05, 2018 1:47 pm

SenseiCAY wrote:
Tue Jun 05, 2018 1:33 pm
Didn't think I'd get away with a 2 for Richard Parker - probably one of my favorite names in all of literature/film.
I'd have a singleton if it weren't for you.

Interestingly enough, Richard parker is named after a real life cabin boy who was cannibalized aboard a ship.
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q6 Results

Post by morbeedo » Tue Jun 05, 2018 1:49 pm

6. ANIMAL TALK - BEFORE AND AFTER

Q6 ANSWERS
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Everyone's favorite category! Except, of course, the 5 of you who dropped the question :shock:

Wrong answers – 12 points
Yikes! What happened here? I guess I didn't explain the question, but I figured everyone must know how to do Before and After by now?
"Don't have a cow, man!"
littleneutrino

That show used to be great, but now it’s trying too hard and getting ridiculous with all those entrepreneurs pitching their business ideas
Jumping The Shark Tank — 7 responses
Floridagator
Rackme32
sillymonkey
sillymoose
twelvefootboy
Vintsanity
wpwells

Greta Gerwig’s Oscar nominated film that tries to explain where babies come from
Ladybirds and the Bees — 7 responses
Bipolar Bear
classicroadster
jbeltz
MarkBarrett
Sims
squarekara
Tybalteon

SHEEP
Ironhorse
Peter the Accountant

English hard rock band fronted by David Coverdale - a sneaky, treacherous bloke who really can’t be trusted
Whitesnake in the grass — 7 responses
bev nar
clprez
clt013
mennoknight
merica
Woof
xxaaaxx

One who goes it alone in Hilary Mantel’s novel about the court of Henry VIII
Lone Wolf Hall — 6 responses
Coach P
econgator
ElendilPickle
Peachbox
TheTabbyWhisperer
Troydozzy

Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavor that’s a real cross to bear
Chunky Monkey on your back — 3 responses
Magna
Saturnalia
spell4yr

Hey! Stop trying to be provocative - just leave it alone and ease up on that crushing embrace, man!
Don't poke the bear hug — 2 responses
heppm01
threearruda

What she is no more, that woman of a certain age with sloppy, illegible handwriting
No spring chicken scratch — 2 responses
AFRET CMS
Quantum

When you punch someone out with your far-fetched, unbelievable stories
cold(cock)amaimie — Singleton! - Well, I was going for coldcock and bull, but I'm feeling generous today ;)
casketromance

Cagney’s famous line delivered to Russian-American choreographer Alexei, formerly of the Bolshoi, now artist in residence at the American Ballet Theatre
You dirty Ratmansky — Singleton!
Gamawire

NOT USED
Oh man, he doesn’t know when to quit with his levelheadedness and good judgment
Beating a dead horse sense

DROP
ihavejeoprosy
immaf
Kirbstar
MattKnowles
SenseiCAY
Q6 STANDINGS
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ihavejeoprosy - Only 6 points after 6 questions?! That can't be right ;)

1. ihavejeoprosy — 6 + 0 → 6 pts [unch]
2. Peachbox — 6 + 6 → 12 pts [↓1]
3. Saturnalia — 10 + 3 → 13 pts [↑4]
4. twelvefootboy — 7 + 7 → 14 pts [↓1]
4. Woof — 7 + 7 → 14 pts [↓1]

6. Floridagator — 8 + 7 → 15 pts [↓1]
6. MattKnowles — 15 + 0 → 15 pts [↑9]
8. casketromance — 15 + 1 → 16 pts [↑7]
8. econgator — 10 + 6 → 16 pts [↓1]
8. MarkBarrett — 9 + 7 → 16 pts [↓2]

11. Gamawire — 17 + 1 → 18 pts [↑8]
11. squarekara — 11 + 7 → 18 pts [↓2]
13. AFRET CMS — 17 + 2 → 19 pts [↑6]
13. Kirbstar — 19 + 0 → 19 pts [↑12]
13. TheTabbyWhisperer — 13 + 6 → 19 pts [↓3]

16. Vintsanity — 13 + 7 → 20 pts [↓6]
16. xxaaaxx — 13 + 7 → 20 pts [↓6]
18. Bipolar Bear — 14 + 7 → 21 pts [↓5]
18. Coach P — 15 + 6 → 21 pts [↓3]
18. immaf — 21 + 0 → 21 pts [↑16]

18. jbeltz — 14 + 7 → 21 pts [↓5]
18. SenseiCAY — 21 + 0 → 21 pts [↑16]
18. spell4yr — 18 + 3 → 21 pts [↑5]
18. threearruda — 19 + 2 → 21 pts [↑7]
25. heppm01 — 20 + 2 → 22 pts [↑6]

25. sillymonkey — 15 + 7 → 22 pts [↓10]
27. mennoknight — 17 + 7 → 24 pts [↓8]
27. Peter the Accountant — 17 + 7 → 24 pts [↓8]
29. Quantum — 23 + 2 → 25 pts [↑12]
29. Rackme32 — 18 + 7 → 25 pts [↓6]

31. classicroadster — 19 + 7 → 26 pts [↓6]
31. clt013 — 19 + 7 → 26 pts [↓6]
31. Magna — 23 + 3 → 26 pts [↑10]
31. sillymoose — 19 + 7 → 26 pts [↓6]
35. bev nar — 20 + 7 → 27 pts [↓4]

35. Troydozzy — 21 + 6 → 27 pts [↓1]
35. wpwells — 20 + 7 → 27 pts [↓4]
38. Ironhorse — 21 + 7 → 28 pts [↓4]
38. Sims — 21 + 7 → 28 pts [↓4]
40. clprez — 22 + 7 → 29 pts [↓1]

40. merica — 22 + 7 → 29 pts [↓1]
42. Tybalteon — 23 + 7 → 30 pts [↓1]
43. ElendilPickle — 25 + 6 → 31 pts [↑1]
43. littleneutrino — 19 + 12 → 31 pts [↓18]
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Now Closed

Post by Magna » Tue Jun 05, 2018 2:59 pm

morbeedo wrote:
Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:26 pm
Magna wrote:
Wed May 30, 2018 6:42 pm
Just realized I made a big goof on one question. :oops:
:shock: :( :cry:
Yep, that was the one. Radon =/= radium.

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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q7 Results

Post by morbeedo » Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:17 pm

7. THEATRE - Identify one of the following characters or plays

Q7 ANSWERS
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Why on earth would anyone drop a theatre question?!

Laura Wingfield takes special care of her prized collection of “the tiniest little animals in the world” in which play?
The Glass Menagerie — 6 responses
Gamawire
MarkBarrett
mennoknight
Peachbox
twelvefootboy
Tybalteon

SHEEP
spell4yr

Tennessee Williams wrote a number of plays with an animal in the title. Name one.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof — 5 responses
casketromance
clt013
Kirbstar
SenseiCAY
Vintsanity

A crime involving a 17-year-old who blinded six horses in a small town near Suffolk inspired Peter Shaffer to write which 1973 play?
Equus — 5 responses
ElendilPickle
jbeltz
MattKnowles
Troydozzy
xxaaaxx

‘Like a vulture', with ‘cruel nails’ and 'wolvish visage', ‘most serpent-like', with 'boarish fangs', 'tigers not daughters' – these epithets all describe which treacherous, scheming pair in Shakespeare?
Regan and Goneril — 4 responses
immaf
Magna
Quantum
TheTabbyWhisperer

Long-running murder mystery play that premiered on London’s West End in 1952
The Mousetrap — 4 responses
AFRET CMS
clprez
Coach P
sillymonkey

Tennessee Williams wrote a number of plays with an animal in the title. Name one.
Night of the Iguana — 2 responses
econgator
wpwells

Who’s delivering these resentful lines in Shakespeare:
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Should I not say,
“Hath a dog money? Is it possible
A cur can lend three thousand ducats?” Or
Shall I bend low and in a bondman’s key
With bated breath and whispering humbleness
Say this: “Fair sir, you spet on me on Wednesday last;
You spurned me such a day; another time
You called me ’dog'—and for these courtesies
I’ll lend you thus much moneys?”
Shylock — 2 responses
ihavejeoprosy
sillymoose

Give me both words missing from the title of the play reviewed here:
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“An exotic beast is stalking Broadway. No, I’m not referring specifically to the man-eating title character played by Robin Williams in “______ ______ at the Baghdad Zoo.” I’m talking about the play itself: Rajiv Joseph’s smart, savagely funny and visionary new work of American theater, whose presence on Broadway invites fanciful comparison to the titular beast. A Pulitzer Prize finalist last year, “________ ________” is like a majestic cat serenely striding through a litter of cute-as-can-be kittens ready for their YouTube close-ups.
Bengal Tiger — Singleton!
Saturnalia

Who’s the brute described in this impassioned, genteel monologue from a 1947 play:
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“He acts like an animal, has an animal's habits! Eats like one, moves like one, talks like one! There's even something--sub-human--something not quite to the stage of humanity yet! Yes, something--ape-like about him, like one of those pictures I've seen in--anthropological studies! Thousands and thousands of years have passed him right by, and there he is--_________ ________--survivor of the stone age! Bearing the raw meat home from the kill in the jungle! And you--you here--waiting for him!”
Stanley Kowalski — Singleton!
Sims

Tennessee Williams wrote a number of plays with an animal in the title. Name one.
Sweet Bird of Youth — Singleton!
Bipolar Bear

The 2016 Tony Award for Best Play went to this one-act play by Stephen Karam with a short title fitting the theme of this TD. Reed Birney and Jane Houdyshell picked up Tonys for Best Featured Actor and Actress in a Play.
The Humans — Singleton!
littleneutrino

NOT USED
In this review from the NY Times, Ben Brantley is describing the 2017 revival of which 1922 expressionist play:
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“The vision of Yank in the stokehole — bare-chested and begrimed with coal, his phallic shovel raised high — sends the girl into a swoon of revulsion. “Oh, the filthy beast!” she screams. Her reaction stirs revenge lust in Yank, but, more important, it makes him think — about who he is and where he belongs.”
The Hairy Ape

DROP
bev nar
classicroadster
Floridagator
heppm01
Ironhorse
merica
Peter the Accountant
Rackme32
squarekara
threearruda
Woof

Q7 STANDINGS
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1. ihavejeoprosy — 6 + 2 → 8 pts [unch]
2. Saturnalia — 13 + 1 → 14 pts [↑1]
2. Woof — 14 + 0 → 14 pts [↑2]
4. Floridagator — 15 + 0 → 15 pts [↑2]
5. econgator — 16 + 2 → 18 pts [↑3]

5. Peachbox — 12 + 6 → 18 pts [↓3]
5. squarekara — 18 + 0 → 18 pts [↑6]
8. MattKnowles — 15 + 5 → 20 pts [↓2]
8. twelvefootboy — 14 + 6 → 20 pts [↓4]
10. casketromance — 16 + 5 → 21 pts [↓2]

10. threearruda — 21 + 0 → 21 pts [↑8]
12. Bipolar Bear — 21 + 1 → 22 pts [↑6]
12. heppm01 — 22 + 0 → 22 pts [↑13]
12. MarkBarrett — 16 + 6 → 22 pts [↓4]
15. AFRET CMS — 19 + 4 → 23 pts [↓2]

15. TheTabbyWhisperer — 19 + 4 → 23 pts [↓2]
17. Gamawire — 18 + 6 → 24 pts [↓6]
17. Kirbstar — 19 + 5 → 24 pts [↓4]
17. Peter the Accountant — 24 + 0 → 24 pts [↑10]
20. Coach P — 21 + 4 → 25 pts [↓2]

20. immaf — 21 + 4 → 25 pts [↓2]
20. Rackme32 — 25 + 0 → 25 pts [↑9]
20. Vintsanity — 20 + 5 → 25 pts [↓4]
20. xxaaaxx — 20 + 5 → 25 pts [↓4]
25. classicroadster — 26 + 0 → 26 pts [↑6]

25. jbeltz — 21 + 5 → 26 pts [↓7]
25. SenseiCAY — 21 + 5 → 26 pts [↓7]
25. sillymonkey — 22 + 4 → 26 pts [unch]
29. bev nar — 27 + 0 → 27 pts [↑6]
29. spell4yr — 21 + 6 → 27 pts [↓11]

31. Ironhorse — 28 + 0 → 28 pts [↑7]
31. sillymoose — 26 + 2 → 28 pts [unch]
33. merica — 29 + 0 → 29 pts [↑7]
33. Quantum — 25 + 4 → 29 pts [↓4]
33. Sims — 28 + 1 → 29 pts [↑5]

33. wpwells — 27 + 2 → 29 pts [↑2]
37. Magna — 26 + 4 → 30 pts [↓6]
37. mennoknight — 24 + 6 → 30 pts [↓10]
39. clt013 — 26 + 5 → 31 pts [↓8]
40. littleneutrino — 31 + 1 → 32 pts [↑3]

40. Troydozzy — 27 + 5 → 32 pts [↓5]
42. clprez — 29 + 4 → 33 pts [↓2]
43. ElendilPickle — 31 + 5 → 36 pts [unch]
43. Tybalteon — 30 + 6 → 36 pts [↓1]
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q7 Results

Post by twelvefootboy » Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:44 pm

Thank you Morbeedo for the user friendly way you frame each response to the original clue and the blow by blow scorekeeping. Bring on all the theater minutiae you want as long as you throw in a gimme! Believe me, I'm sweating the gimmes just hoping I can sheep.
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q7 Results

Post by morbeedo » Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:50 pm

twelvefootboy wrote:
Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:44 pm
Thank you Morbeedo for the user friendly way you frame each response to the original clue and the blow by blow scorekeeping. Bring on all the theater minutiae you want as long as you throw in a gimme! Believe me, I'm sweating the gimmes just hoping I can sheep.
Wait - aren't they all gimmes? I'll admit this one was a little heavy on the Tennessee Williams...

Morbeedo looks so weird to me - it's *morbeedo - but I remember you saying you'd keep capitalizing it just to needle me ;)
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q7 Results

Post by ihavejeoprosy » Tue Jun 05, 2018 6:47 pm

twelvefootboy wrote:
Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:44 pm
Thank you Morbeedo for the user friendly way you frame each response to the original clue and the blow by blow scorekeeping. Bring on all the theater minutiae you want as long as you throw in a gimme! Believe me, I'm sweating the gimmes just hoping I can sheep.
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q7 Results

Post by CoachP » Tue Jun 05, 2018 8:10 pm

Appreciate the style of the reveal, thanks morbeedo!

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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q7 Results

Post by morbeedo » Wed Jun 06, 2018 11:15 am

CoachP wrote:
Tue Jun 05, 2018 8:10 pm
Appreciate the style of the reveal, thanks morbeedo!
Thanks for the kudos. Vermonter's tracker is set up to display additional information, so it's pretty easy to do
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q8 Results

Post by morbeedo » Wed Jun 06, 2018 11:44 am

8. BEASTS OF PAGE AND SCREEN - Identify one of the following

Q8 ANSWERS
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Wrong answers – 10 points
Blade Runner (Originally "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?")
littleneutrino

Dog from the Simpsons
Santa's Little Helper — 6 responses
Bipolar Bear
Ironhorse
Magna
Peachbox
Rackme32
SenseiCAY

Title missing from this book cover
SpoilerShow
Image
Cat's Cradle — 4 responses
Floridagator
Gamawire
immaf
sillymonkey

What’s the name of Hermione Granger’s cat in the Harry Potter book series
Crookshanks — 4 responses
Coach P
ElendilPickle
Sims
wpwells

Who’s the title St. Bernard foaming at the mouth in a 1981 horror novel and subsequent film
Cujo — 4 responses
casketromance
clt013
Quantum
Saturnalia

Dog from Family Guy
Brian Griffin — 3 responses
spell4yr
threearruda
twelvefootboy

What’s the name of Ellen Ripley’s cat in the Alien films
Jones / Jonesy — 3 responses
clprez
econgator
mennoknight

In Game of Thrones, one of the Starks’ direwolves
Shaggydog — 3 responses
jbeltz
MattKnowles
TheTabbyWhisperer

In the indie film, The Witch (2015), what kind of animal is Black Philipp?
goat — 2 responses
heppm01
Troydozzy

In Game of Thrones, one of the Starks’ direwolves
Nymeria — 2 responses
sillymoose
xxaaaxx

In the novel 1984, what is “the worst thing in the world” waiting for Winston in Room 101
rats — 2 responses
Kirbstar
squarekara

Title arthropod in this dystopian indie (2015) starring Joaquin Phoenix Colin Farrell about single people who are transformed into animals and banished to the woods if they don’t find a mate within 45 days - OOPS! :oops:
The Lobster — 2 responses
ihavejeoprosy
Tybalteon

Dog from The Brady Bunch
Tiger — 2 responses
classicroadster
MarkBarrett

Name the novel: The mechanical hound slept but did not sleep, lived but did not live in its gently humming, gently vibrating, softly illuminated kennel back in a dark corner of the firehouse
Fahrenheit 451 — Singleton!
Woof

Say no to the Corleone family and you just might discover the severed head of what animal in your bed
horse — Singleton!
Peter the Accountant

Dog from Family Guy
Jasper — Singleton!
Vintsanity

In Game of Thrones, one of the Starks’ direwolves
Lady — Singleton!
bev nar

Dog from Family Guy
New Brian (Griffin) — Singleton!
merica

NOT USED
In Game of Thrones, one of Kahleesi’s dragons
Drogon, Rhaegal, Viserion

DROP
AFRET CMS
Q8 STANDINGS
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Not much of a shake-up in the Top 5. Well, not yet...

1. ihavejeoprosy — 8 + 2 → 10 pts [unch]
2. Woof — 14 + 1 → 15 pts [unch]
3. Saturnalia — 14 + 4 → 18 pts [↓1]
4. Floridagator — 15 + 4 → 19 pts [unch]
5. squarekara — 18 + 2 → 20 pts [unch]

6. econgator — 18 + 3 → 21 pts [↓1]
7. AFRET CMS — 23 + 0 → 23 pts [↑8]
7. MattKnowles — 20 + 3 → 23 pts [↑1]
7. twelvefootboy — 20 + 3 → 23 pts [↑1]
10. heppm01 — 22 + 2 → 24 pts [↑2]

10. MarkBarrett — 22 + 2 → 24 pts [↑2]
10. Peachbox — 18 + 6 → 24 pts [↓5]
10. threearruda — 21 + 3 → 24 pts [unch]
14. casketromance — 21 + 4 → 25 pts [↓4]
14. Peter the Accountant — 24 + 1 → 25 pts [↑3]

16. Kirbstar — 24 + 2 → 26 pts [↑1]
16. TheTabbyWhisperer — 23 + 3 → 26 pts [↓1]
16. Vintsanity — 25 + 1 → 26 pts [↑4]
19. xxaaaxx — 25 + 2 → 27 pts [↑1]
20. bev nar — 27 + 1 → 28 pts [↑9]

20. Bipolar Bear — 22 + 6 → 28 pts [↓8]
20. classicroadster — 26 + 2 → 28 pts [↑5]
20. Gamawire — 24 + 4 → 28 pts [↓3]
24. Coach P — 25 + 4 → 29 pts [↓4]
24. immaf — 25 + 4 → 29 pts [↓4]

24. jbeltz — 26 + 3 → 29 pts [↑1]
27. merica — 29 + 1 → 30 pts [↑6]
27. sillymonkey — 26 + 4 → 30 pts [↓2]
27. sillymoose — 28 + 2 → 30 pts [↑4]
27. spell4yr — 27 + 3 → 30 pts [↑2]

31. Rackme32 — 25 + 6 → 31 pts [↓11]
32. SenseiCAY — 26 + 6 → 32 pts [↓7]
33. mennoknight — 30 + 3 → 33 pts [↑4]
33. Quantum — 29 + 4 → 33 pts [unch]
33. Sims — 29 + 4 → 33 pts [unch]

33. wpwells — 29 + 4 → 33 pts [unch]
37. Ironhorse — 28 + 6 → 34 pts [↓6]
37. Troydozzy — 32 + 2 → 34 pts [↑3]
39. clt013 — 31 + 4 → 35 pts [unch]
40. clprez — 33 + 3 → 36 pts [↑2]

40. Magna — 30 + 6 → 36 pts [↓3]
42. Tybalteon — 36 + 2 → 38 pts [↑1]
43. ElendilPickle — 36 + 4 → 40 pts [unch]
44. littleneutrino — 32 + 11 → 43 pts [↓4]
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q9 Results

Post by morbeedo » Wed Jun 06, 2018 12:04 pm

9. ANIMAL KINGDOM I – Name any plant, flower or tree with an animal in its name

Q9 ANSWERS
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Ahh, a wonderful diversity of answers, and one big stinker! :?

Dogwood — 10 responses
clt013
Coach P
Gamawire
Ironhorse
littleneutrino
MarkBarrett
merica
Rackme32
Sims
Tybalteon

Pussy willow — 3 responses
ElendilPickle
Saturnalia
wpwells

snapdragon — 3 responses
AFRET CMS
Peter the Accountant
Quantum

bird of paradise — 2 responses
ihavejeoprosy
sillymonkey

cattail — 2 responses
econgator
Kirbstar

Venus flytrap — 2 responses
immaf
sillymoose

cat o' nine tails — Singleton!
spell4yr

Catnip — Singleton!
Vintsanity

Cow Tongue — Singleton!
jbeltz

crabgrass — Singleton!
Peachbox

Crysanth(EMU)m — Singleton!
Ugh. This answer is so borderline, but I have to accept it. I don't like this answer at all, but I can't justify marking you wrong. In the future, I need to do a better job of defining the parameters of my game! ;)
SenseiCAY

dandelion — Singleton!
classicroadster

Foxtail — Singleton!
MattKnowles

Horse chestnut — Singleton!
Floridagator

horsebane — Singleton!
heppm01

Lamb's Ear — Singleton!
Troydozzy

lamb's quarters (an edible wild green) — Singleton!
Magna

monkey flower — Singleton!
casketromance

monkey puzzle tree — Singleton!
xxaaaxx

moth orchid — Singleton!
clprez

pink crabapple — Singleton!
twelvefootboy

pussytoes — Singleton!
TheTabbyWhisperer

Rattlesnake Master — Singleton!
squarekara

salmonberry — Singleton!
mennoknight

skunk cabbage — Singleton!
Woof

tiger lily — Singleton!
bev nar

Toad Lily — Singleton!
threearruda

DROP
Bipolar Bear
Q9 STANDINGS
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1. ihavejeoprosy — 10 + 2 → 12 pts [unch]
2. Woof — 15 + 1 → 16 pts [unch]
3. Floridagator — 19 + 1 → 20 pts [↑1]
4. Saturnalia — 18 + 3 → 21 pts [↓1]
4. squarekara — 20 + 1 → 21 pts [↑1]

6. econgator — 21 + 2 → 23 pts [unch]
7. MattKnowles — 23 + 1 → 24 pts [unch]
7. twelvefootboy — 23 + 1 → 24 pts [unch]
9. heppm01 — 24 + 1 → 25 pts [↑1]
9. Peachbox — 24 + 1 → 25 pts [↑1]

9. threearruda — 24 + 1 → 25 pts [↑1]
12. AFRET CMS — 23 + 3 → 26 pts [↓5]
12. casketromance — 25 + 1 → 26 pts [↑2]
14. TheTabbyWhisperer — 26 + 1 → 27 pts [↑2]
14. Vintsanity — 26 + 1 → 27 pts [↑2]

16. Bipolar Bear — 28 + 0 → 28 pts [↑4]
16. Kirbstar — 26 + 2 → 28 pts [unch]
16. Peter the Accountant — 25 + 3 → 28 pts [↓2]
16. xxaaaxx — 27 + 1 → 28 pts [↑3]
20. bev nar — 28 + 1 → 29 pts [unch]

20. classicroadster — 28 + 1 → 29 pts [unch]
22. jbeltz — 29 + 1 → 30 pts [↑2]
23. immaf — 29 + 2 → 31 pts [↑1]
23. spell4yr — 30 + 1 → 31 pts [↑4]
25. sillymonkey — 30 + 2 → 32 pts [↑2]

25. sillymoose — 30 + 2 → 32 pts [↑2]
27. SenseiCAY — 32 + 1 → 33 pts [↑5]
28. MarkBarrett — 24 + 10 → 34 pts [↓18]
28. mennoknight — 33 + 1 → 34 pts [↑5]
30. Troydozzy — 34 + 1 → 35 pts [↑7]

31. Quantum — 33 + 3 → 36 pts [↑2]
31. wpwells — 33 + 3 → 36 pts [↑2]
33. clprez — 36 + 1 → 37 pts [↑7]
33. Magna — 36 + 1 → 37 pts [↑7]
35. Gamawire — 28 + 10 → 38 pts [↓15]

36. Coach P — 29 + 10 → 39 pts [↓12]
37. merica — 30 + 10 → 40 pts [↓10]
38. Rackme32 — 31 + 10 → 41 pts [↓7]
39. ElendilPickle — 40 + 3 → 43 pts [↑4]
39. Sims — 33 + 10 → 43 pts [↓6]

41. Ironhorse — 34 + 10 → 44 pts [↓4]
42. clt013 — 35 + 10 → 45 pts [↓3]
43. Tybalteon — 38 + 10 → 48 pts [↓1]
44. littleneutrino — 43 + 10 → 53 pts [unch]
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q9 Results

Post by SenseiCAY » Wed Jun 06, 2018 1:26 pm

morbeedo wrote:
Wed Jun 06, 2018 12:04 pm
9. ANIMAL KINGDOM I – Name any plant, flower or tree with an animal in its name

Q9 ANSWERS

Ahh, a wonderful diversity of answers, and one big stinker! :?


Crysanth(EMU)m — Singleton!
Ugh. This answer is so borderline, but I have to accept it. I don't like this answer at all, but I can't justify marking you wrong. In the future, I need to do a better job of defining the parameters of my game! ;)
SenseiCAY
:D

I was actually kinda proud of it - I was afraid that all of my answers (tiger lily, dandelion, dogwood, cattail, etc.) would have multiple people answering it, so I thought of this loophole and spent way too much time finding something that would fit through said loophole.

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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q9 Results

Post by ihavejeoprosy » Wed Jun 06, 2018 1:27 pm

Lol @ the lobster. I didn't even catch the Joaquin phoenix thing. The movie theme was unique enough to snuff it out.
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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q8 Results

Post by Magna » Wed Jun 06, 2018 1:28 pm

morbeedo wrote:
Wed Jun 06, 2018 11:44 am
8. BEASTS OF PAGE AND SCREEN - Identify one of the following

Q8 ANSWERS
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I need some help here

Magna - I'm not a Simpsons fan and I can't find any reference to Santa's Little Helper II
This was just a typo. I originally meant Snowball II, but realizing that was their cat I changed it to Santa's Little Helper, but kept the II. I have no idea if the dog was ever referred to that way on screen. Anyway, however you decide to judge this is fine with me. :)

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Re: TD 381 - Animals - Q9 Results

Post by Vintsanity » Wed Jun 06, 2018 2:37 pm

Jasper refers to a dog from Family Guy.



Obviously Brian is the answer that you were going for, but I don't see why Jasper wouldn't fit the technical wording of the question.

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