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TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - FINAL SCORES

Post by Peachbox » Sun Oct 14, 2018 11:29 pm

TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz
This quiz will have a mix of random and Halloween-themed questions

The following standard rules apply to this TD:

1. Your goal is to achieve the lowest score for all questions; your score for each question is equal to the total number of players also submitting your answer.
2. You may DROP one question and receive zero points for that question.
3. You may also SHEEP one question and receive the point total of the most common answer.
4. Wrong answers count for the SHEEP (most common answer) + 3 points.
5. Letter preferred for Question 4. If you leave it out or misidentify an answer, it’s +2 pts.
(Thanks, clt013 :) )
6. Quiz is open to JBoard members and nonmembers alike.
7. As always, no cheating. This includes asking for help, googling, or other research.

Submit entries using this form by 9 p.m. PT Monday, October 22.

1. BOO

All answers will start with the letters BOO.

*This 4-letter word means a person who is rude, insensitive, and/or bad-mannered
*This was singer Ella Mai's debut single, reaching No. 1 on Billboard's U.S. R & B chart in 2018
* And, Or, and Not are three main operators in this type of search
* Scout says that this reclusive man gave her and Jem "two soap dolls, a broken watch and chain, a pair of good-luck charms, and our lives."
* Nickname of John Wesley Powell, who hit 339 home runs in his career, mostly for the Baltimore Orioles
* Nickname of character Freddie Washington from the TV show Welcome Back, Kotter
* This educator, born a slave in 1856, was the first president of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute
* Both Dodge City, Kansas, and Tombstone, Arizona had cemeteries called this
* He lives with Yogi Bear at Jellystone Park
* Betty __________ is so far the only woman to have been Speaker of the British House of Commons, having served as such from 1992 to 2000
* This county was formed in Kentucky in 1798 and named after frontiersman Daniel

2. MISSING LINK
Answer one of the following, then try your hand at the bonus linking all responses.

*He invented the cotton gin in the 1790s
*In British legend, this outlaw robbed the rich to give to the poor
*This Disneyland roller coaster opened on June 14, 1959 and is made of wood and steel covered in man-made rock
*She played Amy Dunne in Gone Girl and Helen in An Education
*This hospital in Richmond, Virginia was one of the largest Confederate hospitals in the Civil War
*He married Grace Kelly in 1956
*This Polish engineer aided colonial forces in the American Revolution
*He was President of the United States from 1789-1797
*He was the "Man of a Thousand Voices," among them Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck
*Born in South Africa, this lady with the initials L.L. is the chief foreign affairs correspondent for CBS News
*He was born on the island of Nevis, was one of the authors of The Federalist Papers, and served as U.S. Treasury Secretary
*Ernest Hemingway wrote The Snows of ___________

BONUS: What characteristic links all of these answers? – 2 points
No penalty for a wrong guess.

3. WITCHES
Identify one of the characters in the following witch photos.

4. PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES
Identify the U.S. President to whom one of the following nicknames refers. Give first name also if there was more than one president with that last name. Be sure to include the letter; If you omit it or misidentify an answer, it’s +2 pts.

A. Old Hickory
B. Old Rough and Ready
C. Old Man Eloquent
D. His Accidency
E. His Rotundity
F. The Teflon President
G. Old Tippecanoe
H. The Father of His Country
I. Unconditional Surrender
J. The Great Emancipator
K. The Peanut Farmer
L. Father of the Constitution
M. The Tennessee Tailor
N. The Dude President

5. HITCHCOCK

Name an Alfred Hitchcock-directed feature film other than The Man Who Knew Too Much. TV movies and series are ineligible.

6. MONSTERS and VILLAINS
Identify one of the following:

*The author of the 1818 novel Frankenstein
*The author of the 1820 story The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
*The author of the 1897 novel Dracula
*The 1962 novelty song by Bobby “Boris” Pickett
*Any of the “monster cereals” introduced by General Mills in the 1970s (5 possible)
*Film franchise with character Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, or Jason Voorhees
(you don’t have to match character with film; individual films in each franchise counted together)

7. E TICKET

Each option will have the initial E. as part of the answer.

*Pizza chain with a mouse mascot that opened in 1977
*Singer of the 1984 hit “The Glamorous Life,” written by Prince
*Road-runner pursuer and frequent buyer of ACME products
*Former lead singer of The Drifters who had a 1961 solo hit with “Stand by Me”
*Animator and film producer whose first company was the Laugh-O-Grams Studio
(his middle initial E. stands for Elias)
*Former CIA officer who was one of Richard Nixon’s “plumbers” in the Watergate scandal
*Actor who hosted The CBS Radio Mystery Theater, was one of the jurors in 12 Angry Men, and played the president of the U.S. in Superman II
*British military officer and author of Seven Pillars of Wisdom
*Author of Charlotte’s Web and Stuart Little
*Alien from a 1982 movie who wanted to phone home

BONUS: Nolan Bushnell, founder of the answer to option No. 1, also co-founded this computer company. - 3 pts
No penalty for a wrong guess.

8. HALLOWEEN CANDY
Name any candy you've given out at Halloween. Or haven't given out, but have seen in the stores In "Fun Size" or individually wrapped pieces.

BONUS: What does Charlie Brown always get when Trick-or-Treating, instead of candy? -2 pts

No penalty for a wrong guess.

9. GHOSTS
Identify one of the following:

*The character known as the Friendly Ghost
*Her debut single in 2014 was “Ghost”
*The group with the 1981 album “Ghost in the Machine”
*Both leading actor and actress in the 1947 movie The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
*Author of the 1881 play Ghosts
*The Ghost pepper is rated at more than 1 million units on this heat scale
*This German word means “noisy ghost”
*The ghost of this fifth wife – and second that Henry VIII had beheaded -- reportedly haunts the Haunted Gallery at
Hampton Court Palace
*This ghost appears in the play Macbeth
*This ghost ship from Holland is supposedly doomed to sail the seas forever

10. BONUS Q
For -1 pt. each, name the ghosts appearing in the video games Pac-Man or Ms. Pac-Man (5)

Good luck, and thank you for playing !
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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz

Post by 9021amyers » Mon Oct 15, 2018 8:55 am

There is a non-zero chance this game includes the nastiest piece of negbait of all time, and I tauntingly walked straight-on into it, even commenting on it within my answer.

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz

Post by Peachbox » Mon Oct 15, 2018 5:46 pm

PARTICIPANTS LIST
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Rackme32
Anachronism
nowhammies10
9021amyers
spell4yr

Gamawire
Tybalteon
mennoknight
AFRET CMS
MarkBarrett

casketromance
PowerofHoodoo
twelvefootboy
Kirbstar
Opus the Penguin

SenseiCAY
Coach P
sillymoose
psgola
Ironhorse

Troydozzy
Magna
clt013
floridagator
merica
RJRouge

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz

Post by Peachbox » Sun Oct 21, 2018 6:14 pm

UPDATED PARTICIPANTS LIST - 10/22
Deadline is 9 p.m. PT, 10/22
Show
Rackme32
Anachronism
nowhammies10
9021amyers
spell4yr

Gamawire
Tybalteon
mennoknight
AFRET CMS
MarkBarrett

casketromance
PowerofHoodoo
twelvefootboy
Kirbstar
Opus the Penguin

SenseiCAY
Coach P
sillymoose
psgola
Ironhorse

Troydozzy
Magna
clt013
floridagator
merica

RJRouge
Woppy T
This is Aoba
threearruda
clprez

Bipolar Bear
xxaaaxx
Saturnalia
econgator
classicroadster

immaf
RandyG
heppm01
MattKnowles
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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz

Post by Ironhorse » Sun Oct 21, 2018 6:48 pm

I know I did terrible, but thanks for stepping in to host this week!
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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz

Post by immaf » Mon Oct 22, 2018 2:32 pm

They used to sell my favorite candy bar in a "fun size," but I haven't seen it that way in years, so I went with something else.
Teems with quiet fun.

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q2 and Bonus

Post by Peachbox » Tue Oct 23, 2018 1:19 am

1. BOO
All answers will start with the letters BOO.

Questions and answers in spoiler
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*This 4-letter word means a person who is rude, insensitive, and/or bad-mannered boor
*This was singer Ella Mai's debut single, reaching No. 1 on Billboard's U.S. R & B chart in 2018 Boo'd Up
* And, Or, and Not are three main operators in this type of search Boolean
* Scout says that this reclusive man gave her and Jem "two soap dolls, a broken watch and chain, a pair of good-luck charms, and our lives." Boo Radley
* Nickname of John Wesley Powell, who hit 339 home runs in his career, mostly for the Baltimore Orioles Boog
* Nickname of character Freddie Washington from the TV show Welcome Back, Kotter Boom Boom
* This educator, born a slave in 1856, was the first president of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute Booker T. Washington
* Both Dodge City, Kansas, and Tombstone, Arizona had cemeteries called this Boot Hill
* He lives with Yogi Bear at Jellystone Park Boo-Boo
* Betty __________ is so far the only woman to have been Speaker of the British House of Commons, having served as such
from 1992 to 2000 Boothroyd *I'm so glad someone got this :)
* This county was formed in Kentucky in 1798 and named after frontiersman Daniel [Boone]
SCORES FOR Q1

Boog - SHEEP - 8
Rackme32
merica
Anachronism
clprez
mennoknight
AFRET CMS
twelvefootboy
psgola

Boolean search - 6
nowhammies10
9021amyers
Kirbstar
sillymoose
floridagator
immaf

Boo Radley - 5
casketromance
Woppy T
Saturnalia
RandyG
MattKnowles

Booker T. Washington - 4
MarkBarrett
Magna
classicroadster
heppm01

Boo-Boo - 3
clt013
This is Aoba
threearruda

Boom Boom - 3
Coach P
RJRouge
econgator

Boor - 3

Opus the Penguin
SenseiCAY
Ironhorse

Boot Hill - 3
Gamawire
Troydozzy
xxaaaxx

SINGLETON !
Boo'd Up

Tybalteon

SINGLETON !
Boothroyd

PowerofHoodoo

DROP - 0
spell4yr
Bipolar Bear

UNUSED
Boone

2. MISSING LINK
Answer one of the following, then try your hand at the bonus linking all responses.

Questions and answers in spoiler.
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*He invented the cotton gin in the 1790s Eli Whitney
*In British legend, this outlaw robbed the rich to give to the poor Robin Hood
*This Disneyland roller coaster opened on June 14, 1959 and is made of wood and steel covered in man-made rock Matterhorn
*She played Amy Dunne in Gone Girl and Helen in An Education Rosamund Pike
*This hospital in Richmond, Virginia was one of the largest Confederate hospitals in the Civil War Chimborazo
*He married Grace Kelly in 1956 Prince Rainier
*This Polish engineer aided colonial forces in the American Revolution Tadeusz Kosciusko, or Casimir Pulaski
[Was looking for Kosciusko on this one. Pulaski wasn't an engineer in the sense Kosciusko was, but he was Polish, served in the American Revolution, and there IS a Pulaski Mountain, so I'm accepting Pulaski as well.]
*He was President of the United States from 1789-1797 George Washington
*He was the "Man of a Thousand Voices," among them Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck Mel Blanc
*Born in South Africa, this lady with the initials L.L. is the chief foreign affairs correspondent for CBS News Lara Logan
*He was born on the island of Nevis, was one of the authors of The Federalist Papers, and served as U.S. Treasury Secretary
Alexander Hamilton
*Ernest Hemingway wrote The Snows of ___________ Kilimanjaro
SCORES FOR Q2

Mel Blanc- SHEEP - 7
Rackme32
heppm01
AFRET CMS
twelvefootboy
Ironhorse
Troydozzy
RJRouge

Kilimanjaro - 5
Gamawire
Tybalteon
mennoknight
econgator
MattKnowles

Eli Whitney - 4
Opus the Penguin
Woppy T
Bipolar Bear
classicroadster

Kosciusko - 4
9021amyers
PowerofHoodoo
threearruda
xxaaaxx

Alexander Hamilton - 3
Kirbstar
Coach P
Magna

Matterhorn - 3
sillymoose
psgola
RandyG

Robin Hood - 3
Anachronism
immaf
Saturnalia

George Washington - 3
spell4yr
casketromance
SenseiCAY

Lara Logan - 2
merica
clprez

Prince Rainier - 2

nowhammies10
floridagator

SINGLETON !
Rosamund Pike

MarkBarrett

SINGLETON !
Casimir Pulaski

clt013

DROP - 0
This is Aoba

UNUSED
Chimborazo

BONUS: What characteristic links all of these answers? – 2 points
No penalty for a wrong guess.
They all contain names of mountains.

Those receiving -2 points:
Rackme32
AFRET CMS
Troydozzy
Woppy T
Randy G
Anachronism
MarkBarrett
Magna
threearruda
MattKnowles
9021amyers
casketromance
clt013
clprez
Gamawire
PowerofHoodoo
RJRouge
xxaaaxx
Tybalteon
Opus the Penguin
floridagator
Saturnalia
mennoknight
SenseiCAY
merica
immaf

SCORES AFTER BONUS

clt013 - 2
MarkBarrett 3
PowerofHoodoo 3
spell4yr 3
This Is Aoba 3
Tybalteon 4
SenseiCAY 4
Bipolar Bear 4

Opus the Penguin 5
Magna 5
threearruda 5
xxaaaxx 5
Gamawire 6
casketromance 6
floridagator 6
Coach P 6
Saturnalia 6
RandyG 6

Woppy T 7
immaf 7
9021amyers 8
Troydozzy 8
RJRouge 8
merica 8
nowhammies10 8
clprez 8
econgator 8
classicroadster 8
MattKnowles 8

Anachronism 9
Kirbstar 9
sillymoose 9
Ironhorse 10
mennoknight 11
psgola 11
heppm01 - 11
Rackme32 - 13
AFRET CMS 13
twelvefootboy 15

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q2 and Bonus

Post by heppm01 » Wed Oct 24, 2018 9:48 am

As a joke I wrote "None of the responses have the letter Z in them" and it turns out that two of them do. Geez, I can't even smart off correctly.

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TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q5

Post by Peachbox » Wed Oct 24, 2018 3:25 pm

3. WITCHES
Identify one of the characters in the following witch photos.

They are: Sabrina, the Teenage Witch; the White Witch; the Wicked Witch of the West (Elphaba); board game Which Witch?;
the Wicked Witch of the East; Eagles; Morticia Addams; Broom-Hilda; Samantha Stevens; Witchie-poo


SCORES FOR Q3

Sabrina, the Teenage Witch - SHEEP - 8
nowhammies10
merica
Gamawire
Woppy T
mennoknight
Coach P
psgola
clt013

Broom-Hilda - 7
spell4yr
Randy G
twelvefootboy
RJRouge
This is Aoba
Bipolar Bear
xxaaaxx

Morticia Addams - 4
9021amyers
MarkBarrett
casketromance
heppm01

Samantha Stevens - 4
Rackme32
Anachronism
floridagator
classicroadster

Eagles - 3
AFRET CMS
Troydozzy
threearruda

Wicked Witch of the East - 3
Tybalteon
Kirbstar
Ironhorse

Wicked Witch of the West/Elphaba - 2
SenseiCAY
sillymoose

Witchie-poo - 2
Magna
clprez

SINGLETON !
Which Witch?
econgator

SINGLETON !

White Witch
Opus the Penguin

DROP - 0
PowerofHoodoo
Saturnalia
immaf
MattKnowles


4. PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES

Identify the U.S. President to whom one of the following nicknames refers. Give first name also if there was more than one president with that last name. Be sure to include the letter; If you omit it or misidentify an answer, it’s +2 pts.

Answers in spoiler.
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A. Old Hickory -- Andrew Jackson
B. Old Rough and Ready -- Zachary Taylor
C. Old Man Eloquent -- John Quincy Adams
D. His Accidency -- John Tyler
E. His Rotundity -- John Adams
F. The Teflon President -- Ronald Reagan
G. Old Tippecanoe -- William Henry Harrison
H. The Father of His Country -- George Washington
I. Unconditional Surrender -- Ulysses S. Grant
J. The Great Emancipator -- Abraham Lincoln
K. The Peanut Farmer -- Jimmy Carter
L. Father of the Constitution -- James Madison
M. The Tennessee Tailor -- Andrew Johnson
N. The Dude President -- Chester A. Arthur
SCORES FOR Q4

K. Jimmy Carter - SHEEP - 8

Anachronism
MattKnowles
Gamawire
mennoknight
psgola
Troydozzy
merica
clprez

F. Ronald Reagan - 5
AFRET CMS
Coach P
Ironhorse
econgator
heppm01

L. James Madison - 4
sillymoose
floridagator
Woppy T
immaf

A. Andrew Jackson - 3
casketromance
Bipolar Bear
classicroadster

*Andrew Jackson, but missing letter - 5
(3 + 2 pts.)
twelvefootboy

B. Zachary Taylor - 2
Rackme32
PowerofHoodoo

D. John Tyler - 2
MarkBarrett
Saturnalia

G. William Henry Harrison - 2
Kirbstar
clt013

M. Andrew Johnson - 2
9021amyers
threearruda'

SINGLETON !

N. Chester A. Arthur
Opus the Penguin

SINGLETON !

I. Ulysses S. Grant
This is Aoba

SINGLETON, but wrong letter - 3
(1 + 2 pts.)
E. John Quincy Adams (he's actually C.)
RJRouge

NOT QUITE - 11
E. Taft
spell4yr

I. Truman
SenseiCAY

DROP - 0
nowhammies10
Tybalteon
Magna
xxaaaxx
Randy G

UNUSED
E. John Adams


5. HITCHCOCK
Name an Alfred Hitchcock-directed feature film other than The Man Who Knew Too Much. TV movies and series are ineligible.

A good mix of answers, with fairly low co-sheeps. He directed so many films that of course some went unused here, including Vertigo, Rebecca, Spellbound, The 39 Steps, etc. Also Saboteur, in which Frank Fry is played by Norman Lloyd, who will be 104 next month.

SCORES FOR Q5

CO-SHEEPS - 5
North by Northwest
Coach P
Bipolar Bear
econgator
psgola
Saturnalia

Rear Window
Anachronism
heppm01
Gamawire
SenseiCAY
clt013

The Birds - 4
spell4yr
Kirbstar
Troydozzy
classicroadster

Rope - 4
Rackme32
Tybalteon
floridagator
clprez

Dial M for Murder - 3
nowhammies10
xxaaaxx
MattKnowles

Psycho - 2
twelvefootboy
This is Aoba

The Lady Vanishes - 2
AFRET CMS
PowerofHoodoo

Strangers on a Train - 2
9021amyers
mennoknight


SINGLETONS !


Notorious

MarkBarrett

Torn Curtain

Opus the Penguin

Champagne
Magna

Family Plot
casketromance

Jamaica Inn

Randy G

Frenzy
RJRouge

The Trouble With Harry
Woppy T

NOPE - 8
Double Indemnity

- was directed by Billy Wilder
immaf

DROP - 0
sillymoose
Ironhorse
merica
threearruda

SCORES AFTER Q5

PowerofHoodoo 7
Opus the Penguin 8
Magna 8
MarkBarrett 10
threearruda 10
Tybalteon 11
This Is Aoba 13
Saturnalia 13

casketromance 14
RandyG 14
xxaaaxx 15
sillymoose 15
clt013 - 17
9021amyers 18
floridagator 18
Kirbstar 18
Ironhorse 18

Bipolar Bear 19
immaf 19
RJRouge 19
nowhammies10 - 19
econgator 19
classicroadster 19
MattKnowles 19
Woppy T 20

SenseiCAY 22
clprez 22
Troydozzy 23
Rackme32 - 23
AFRET CMS 23
Coach P 24
merica 24

spell4yr 25
heppm01 - 25
Anachronism 26
Gamawire 27
mennoknight 29
twelvefootboy 29
psgola 32

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q5

Post by floridagator » Wed Oct 24, 2018 5:41 pm

Three fours in a row. That's the path to mediocrity.
I'd rather cuddle then have sex. If you're into grammar, you'll understand.

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q5

Post by RJRouge » Thu Oct 25, 2018 2:20 am

Peachbox wrote:
Wed Oct 24, 2018 3:25 pm
SINGLETON, but wrong letter - 3
(1 + 2 pts.)
E. John Quincy Adams (he's actually C.)
RJRouge
Does the fact that I believed each Adams held the opposite listed nickname worsen my score at all?

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q5

Post by Peachbox » Thu Oct 25, 2018 2:47 pm

RJRouge wrote:
Thu Oct 25, 2018 2:20 am
Peachbox wrote:
Wed Oct 24, 2018 3:25 pm
SINGLETON, but wrong letter - 3
(1 + 2 pts.)
E. John Quincy Adams (he's actually C.)
RJRouge
Does the fact that I believed each Adams held the opposite listed nickname worsen my score at all?
Nah, you just lucked out that both were options in this quiz. :)

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TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q7 AND BONUS

Post by Peachbox » Fri Oct 26, 2018 2:58 am

6. MONSTERS and VILLAINS
Identify one of the following:

Questions and answers in spoiler.
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*The author of the 1818 novel Frankenstein Mary Shelley
*The author of the 1820 story The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Washington Irving
*The author of the 1897 novel Dracula Bram Stoker
*The 1962 novelty song by Bobby “Boris” Pickett Monster Mash
*Any of the “monster cereals” introduced by General Mills in the 1970s (5 possible)
Count Chocula, Boo Berry, Frankenberry, Fruit Brute, Yummy Mummy
*Film franchise with character Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, or Jason Voorhees Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th
(you don’t have to match character with film; individual films in each franchise counted together)
CO-SHEEPS - 6

Bram Stoker
Tybalteon
mennoknight
Kirbstar
psgola
immaf
heppm01

Washington Irving
Gamawire
PowerofHoodoo
SenseiCAY
sillymoose
Ironhorse
merica

Monster Mash - 5
spell4yr
AFRET CMS
Troydozzy
threearruda
Randy G

Boo Berry - 5
MarkBarrett
floridagator
clprez
xxaaaxx
econgator

Frankenberry - 3
9021amyers
Coach P
Woppy T

Mary Shelley - 3
twelvefootboy
This is Aoba
Saturnalia

Fruit Brute - 2
nowhammies10
RJRouge

SINGLETON ! :o
Count Chocula

Bipolar Bear

SINGLETON !
Yummy Mummy

Magna

SINGLETON !
Friday the 13th

MattKnowles

DROP - 0
Rackme32
Anachronism
casketromance
Opus the Penguin
clt013
classicroadster

UNUSED
Halloween
Nightmare on Elm Street

7. E TICKET
Each option will have the initial E. as part of the answer.
Questions and answers in spoiler.
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*Pizza chain with a mouse mascot that opened in 1977 Chuck E. Cheese
*Singer of the 1984 hit “The Glamorous Life,” written by Prince Sheila E.
*Road-runner pursuer and frequent buyer of ACME products Wile E. Coyote
*Former lead singer of The Drifters who had a 1961 solo hit with “Stand by Me” Ben E. King
*Animator and film producer whose first company was the Laugh-O-Grams Studio Walt E. Disney
(his middle initial E. stands for Elias)
*Former CIA officer who was one of Richard Nixon’s “plumbers” in the Watergate scandal E. Howard Hunt
*Actor who hosted The CBS Radio Mystery Theater, was one of the jurors in 12 Angry Men, and played the president of the U.S. in Superman II E.G. Marshall
*British military officer and author of Seven Pillars of Wisdom T. E. Lawrence
*Author of Charlotte’s Web and Stuart Little E.B. White
*Alien from a 1982 movie who wanted to phone home E.T.
E.B. White - SHEEP - 9
Anachronism
nowhammies10
Gamawire
Kirbstar
SenseiCAY
Coach P
merica
threearruda
immaf

Ben E. King - 6
mennoknight
Opus the Penguin
sillymoose
psgola
RJRouge
Randy G

Wile E. Coyote - 4

Rackme32
spell4yr
Bipolar Bear
econgator

Sheila E. - 4

clt013
Woppy T
Saturnalia
heppm01

T.E. Lawrence - 4
Troydozzy
xaaaxx
classicroadster
MattKnowles

Chuck E. Cheese - 3
Tybalteon
twelvefootboy
Magna

E.T. - 2
casketromance
This is Aoba

E. Howard Hunt - 2
PowerofHoodoo
floridagator

SINGLETON !
Walt E. Disney

AFRET CMS

SINGLETON !
E.G. Marshall

MarkBarrett

NOT QUITE - 12
9021amyers - Ben E. Lee
Ironhorse - Ben E. Lee

DROP - 0
clprez

BONUS: Nolan Bushnell, founder of the answer to option No. 1, also co-founded this computer company. -3 pts
No penalty for a wrong guess. Atari

Those receiving the bonus of -3 points:


9021amyers
Anachronism
Bipolar Bear
econgator
floridagator
Kirbstar
nowhammies10
Rackme32
Randy G
RJRouge
This is Aoba
Troydozzy
Tybalteon

STANDINGS AFTER Q7 AND BONUS


Magna 12
Opus the Penguin 14
PowerofHoodoo 15
This Is Aoba 15
MarkBarrett 16
casketromance 16
Tybalteon 17

Saturnalia 20
clt013 - 21
Bipolar Bear 21
RandyG 22
floridagator 22
classicroadster 23

threearruda 24
xxaaaxx 24
RJRouge 24
MattKnowles 24
Rackme32 - 24
econgator 25

sillymoose 27
nowhammies10 - 27
Woppy T 27
clprez 27
9021amyers 28
Troydozzy 29
AFRET CMS 29

Kirbstar 30
Anachronism 32
immaf 34
spell4yr 34
heppm01 - 35
twelvefootboy 35

Ironhorse 36
Coach P 36
SenseiCAY 37
merica 39
mennoknight 41
Gamawire 42
psgola 44

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q7 AND BONUS

Post by mennoknight » Fri Oct 26, 2018 8:39 am

BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
I eat chicken. That's what I do.

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q7 AND BONUS

Post by Magna » Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:02 pm

I'm feelin' pretty good right now!
(Famous last words...)

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q7 AND BONUS

Post by morbeedo » Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:07 pm

Magna wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:02 pm
I'm feelin' pretty good right now!
(Famous last words...)
I just checked the scores and realized I never entered! AND I have to come up with 6 new questions for Mini-TD #5 on Monday!

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q7 AND BONUS

Post by CasketRomance » Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:48 pm

morbeedo wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:07 pm
Magna wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:02 pm
I'm feelin' pretty good right now!
(Famous last words...)
I just checked the scores and realized I never entered! AND I have to come up with 6 new questions for Mini-TD #5 on Monday!
since it is halloween how about some slasher film questions for next week's mini td?

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q7 AND BONUS

Post by merica » Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:55 pm

Through seven questions I have five sheeps (one of them a co-sheep) while already using my drop. So really it's 5-of-6; I wouldn't have chosen Lara Logan on question 2 had I known :lol:

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q7 AND BONUS

Post by 9021amyers » Fri Oct 26, 2018 4:50 pm

Now I need to find out who Ben E. Lee is.

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Re: TD 399 -- Halloween-ish Quiz - Scores through Q7 AND BONUS

Post by AFRET CMS » Fri Oct 26, 2018 4:56 pm

9021amyers wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 4:50 pm
Now I need to find out who Ben E. Lee is.
Cousin of Pen E. Lane, Honk E. Tonk, and Blarn E. Stone?
I'm not the defending Jeopardy! champion. But I have played one on TV.

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