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The Anything Goes Quiz

Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by Boba Nette, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. Boba Nette

    Boba Nette New Member

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    OK,another address question.
    Who lives at 221B Baker Street?
     
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    Its either Sherlock Holmes or Basil the great mouse detective. Guessing Holmes.
     
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    You guessed right!That was quick work.Well done.The forum is yours.
     
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    Ok, another Star Trek-question:

    In Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, there was an actor who we know better from Star Trek: The Next Generation -series and movies. Who is this actor and what is his rolename in TNG?
     
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    Michael Dorn better know as Worf he played Kirk's defence lawer and possibly Worf's granddad.


    Oh god I've revealed myself as a Trekie :eek:

    ARGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!.........
     
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    I'll forgive you. :wink:

    Next question?
     
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    Yes, correct. I found out that Michael Dorn was in that movie only yesterday when I saw that movie second time.
     
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    Good job.No shame in being a Trekkie.C'mon Ebar,give us a good one.
     
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    OK,I'll just ask the next question.Don't know where Ebar is.
    What U.S. battleship is nick-named "The Mighty Mo"?
     
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    Well, that qualifies more to that warship-quiz.
    But answer is USS Missouri BB 63
     
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    Correct you are Notmi.That one was way too easy for the loremasters involved in the the warship quiz.Besides,this one is The Anything Goes Quiz.Good job,you have the forum.
     
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    Well, I had to answer to that easy one to get question turn because I found a rather good question:
    Who lives in this address:

    266 Airport Place
    Washington D.C. 20001
     
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    Dirk Pitt.
     
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    Correct. Did you know or did you use google for it?
    Your turn, by the way.
     
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    I eventually Googled it.I was quite clueless but had to know.In my defense I will say I am quite familiar with Dirk Pitt and NUMA.Oddly enough,my favorite Cussler novels are the two he has written concerning his real-life explorations.
    I think if we placed our book shelves next to eachother,they would look very similar.
     
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    OK,next question.
    Where would you most likely find an Eagle Transporter?
     
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    are they from the tv series moon: 1999?
     
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    I agree you entirely. I have only one of his books about his real-life explorations and in my opinion it is by far his best book. I have 10 of his books and I'm going to get some more. Just 5 minutes ago I reserved two of his books from local library, going to check if they are worth buying.
     
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    space 1999.



    set in moon base alpha
     
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    GP,you are indeed correct.The forum is yours.
    I always loved those Eagles.Compared to other sci-fi ships,they seem to be the most do-able as far the real thing goes.
     

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