Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by Boba Nette, Jun 28, 2005.
OK,another address question.
Who lives at 221B Baker Street?
Its either Sherlock Holmes or Basil the great mouse detective. Guessing Holmes.
You guessed right!That was quick work.Well done.The forum is yours.
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?
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
I'll forgive you. :wink:
Yes, correct. I found out that Michael Dorn was in that movie only yesterday when I saw that movie second time.
Good job.No shame in being a Trekkie.C'mon Ebar,give us a good one.
OK,I'll just ask the next question.Don't know where Ebar is.
What U.S. battleship is nick-named "The Mighty Mo"?
Well, that qualifies more to that warship-quiz.
But answer is USS Missouri BB 63
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.
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
Correct. Did you know or did you use google for it?
Your turn, by the way.
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.
Where would you most likely find an Eagle Transporter?
are they from the tv series moon: 1999?
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.
set in moon base alpha
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.