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Marvin the Martian

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Thought I'd join in.

Note to self: in a timed quiz, don't waste time reading the category headings for each question. [Disappointed]

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quote:
Originally posted by AristonAstuanax:
Iiiiiiiiit's QUIZTIME!

And again!

Welcome, Marvin! Yes; skip words, cheat, go fast! Just don't expect to beat Antisocial Alto too frequently. [Biased]

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Antisocial Alto
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Yes, my fast clicky finger is awesome! Look upon my radio buttons, ye mighty, and despair!

(But seriously, I envy/admire you denizens who are good at limericks and Mafia and the other Circus games that require some creativity. Being quick at multiple choice questions isn't very useful once you're out of school.)

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Aww, shoulda done it this morning!

Also I need a proper mouse, I reckon this touch paddy thingy adds a good few seconds to my time. If I get one, AA, I'm coming after you.

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welcome to the er, light side, Marvin. We has pablum.

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Sir Kevin
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In spite of the UK question, I got them all right. However my placement was miserable, unlike my friend and compatriot JediJudy, likely because I was half-listening to the 4 O'clock Show on Radio 4e instead of answering at warp speed as she and her colleagues did!

[brick wall] [Disappointed]

For some odd reason, my score is always superior on the 'harder' quizzes.... As it was yesterday....

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I got 10/10 by changing a wrong answer for a right one [Yipee] but spent too long thinking about it.

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Welease Woderwick

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For a while I was top with just 8 points, now I am bottom [Waterworks]

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It took me four reads of the fourth question to work out what on earth they were on about.

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Welease Woderwick

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I am tempted to make a comment about the attention spans, etc. of our aquatic avian friends but given my score today I'll think I'll leave it for another time.

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Marvin the Martian

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A bit quicker than yesterday. This is good.

And yes, question 4 was a bit... weird.

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Welease Woderwick

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Could this be the day I actually end up last? At last?

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What part of Matt. 7:1 don't you understand?

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jedijudy

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shines fingernails

Temporarily in first! [Big Grin]

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joan knox

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well... I'm not utterly last...nearly, but not...

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Sir Kevin
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Damn it all! I had to click the bloody thing three times, else I would have been ninth or tenth...
[brick wall] [Mad] [Disappointed]

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Chorister

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I suppose this is not the time to say, 'It's only a game?' [Devil]

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Sir Kevin
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Perhaps not...

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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
I suppose this is not the time to say, 'It's only a game?' [Devil]

I'm not sure that expression ever applies to the Crew's Quiz. [Paranoid]

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Welease Woderwick

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Woohoo! I'm still last - only another 3.5 hours to go!

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What part of Matt. 7:1 don't you understand?

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Uncle Pete

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Top of a list with 3 on it! [Yipee]

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Smudgie

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quote:
Originally posted by PeteC:
Top of a list with 3 on it! [Yipee]

Mwahahahahahahahaha [Snigger]

Not sure I agree at all with one of the questions. All depends on your point of view. I hate motor sports.

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Ariston
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quote:
Originally posted by Smudgie:
quote:
Originally posted by PeteC:
Top of a list with 3 on it! [Yipee]

Mwahahahahahahahaha [Snigger]

Not sure I agree at all with one of the questions. All depends on your point of view. I hate motor sports.

[Razz]

Though, of course, the last question doesn't actually have his real name—which is one of those wonderful Victorian names only an Oxford don could ever wear well.

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Smudgie

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Ah, that wasn't the question I was thinking of.

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Welease Woderwick

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Well, I managed dead last yesterday to prove how very stoopid the quiz is.

Today I hit 10/10 again and am in a tie with Pingu!

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Marvin the Martian

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I do loathe questions that rely on a matter of opinion rather than fact. [Disappointed]

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Sir Kevin
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Aaargh! In a four-way draw for fourteenth place....

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Piglet
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quote:
Originally posted by Sir Kevin:
... In a four-way draw for fourteenth place....

Not any more. [Devil]

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Uncle Pete

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Saturday's quiz was dead easy. So, at this point, why am I the only one with all correct?

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Welease Woderwick

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Erm, because only sad people know the middle names of dead political has-beens?

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Uncle Pete

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Actually because I read his obituary carefully, so I could be sure the old bastard was dead.

[Big Grin]

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Piglet
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quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
... only sad people know the middle names of dead political has-beens ...

... and lucky piglets guess them correctly. [Big Grin]

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Smudgie

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Bother - it's refusing to submit my answers... I suspect I may have a long time!

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Welease Woderwick

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Yup, even longer than Pete - who is nearly as old as you-know-who!

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Smudgie

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Yes, I realised I confused the two...

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joan knox

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22 seconds? 22 seconds??!!! that's just unnatural...!

*ahem*
Jolly well played

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Piglet
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Too right, JK - I thought my 10/10 in 40 seconds might have been moderately good on a Sunday but it only got me to 13th place.

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Sir Kevin
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Editing the sentence in the final question slowed me down a wee bit, but I'm still in the top two!

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Marvin the Martian

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Ooh, second by a second. Well, until someone comes along and does it even faster...

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joan knox

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Why... tell me why I do not learn to trust my first hunch, but instead feel the need to go back and change what would have been the correct answer to an incorrect answer...?
Also, while we're at at: tell me why I don't like Mondays?

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I am Mr. mid-table.

I guess this is what it is like to support the Villa.

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Sir Kevin
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Hey, I can empathize: yesterday my Spurs had a nil-nil draw against bloody Stevenage! That's ninety minutes wasted that I'll never get back.

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Piglet
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Never mind, Sir K. - I support Ipswich Town. [Hot and Hormonal] Anyway, when the Really Big Teams™ play little squitty teams in the FA Cup they tend to field a team made up of their cleaning-ladies, as they don't think it matters.

As if that wasn't bad enough, I've just snuck in front of you on the leader-board. [Snigger]

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Lucia

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What the heck is overeasy???
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Sir Kevin
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It is a fried egg which is very carefully turned over after cooking so that it is yolk side down. It has been cooked for the minimum amount of time required as opposed to over medium which is what my wife and I prefer in the US.

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Smudgie

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I win, I win, I win.
[Big Grin]

Well, at least until someone else plays today - what a disgracefully pathetic score. I hate it when my mind says "Noooo... you've put the wrong answer....." just as my finger hits the "submit" button.

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Welease Woderwick

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You were already 4th before I played, Pingu - and then I got the first 10/10 for the day - terrible time but there you go!

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Uncle Pete

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Damned if I know how I got them all today! It was sheer guesswork on at least 4 of them!

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Marvin the Martian

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Guessed one wrong. Guessed a few others right.

But what the hell - I came in the top ten yesterday! Celebration tyme [Big Grin]

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MiceElf

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I got a 10!!!!

I've hugged the cat and kissed the postman.
[Yipee]

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Sir Kevin
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I changed my answer on number four and got it wrong; I never read the book about Badger and Mole and Q3 was shite!

This is the worst and most unfair quiz I have ever taken. Now I know how the British feel when faced with obscure questions about US culture and television. I knew about the TV one because I actually saw Bill Hanna years ago and I was a big fan of his cartoons, though I declined to purchase a cel from the gallery where we met. He did sign the invitation, though.

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