Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by sancarlos » Mon Jul 01, 2019 2:39 pm

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My clue was funny assholes.
Didn't really narrow it down enough!
So, I looked it up. Never would have guessed it!
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by mister d » Mon Jul 01, 2019 3:25 pm

I think the good hint is he'd go on to make a massive baserunning mistake in the WS.
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

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My clue was funny assholes.
Darryl Strawberry?
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Post by Gunpowder » Tue Jul 02, 2019 12:13 pm

Knew I recognized that name from somewhere.

"Enjoyed this one," Gunpowder told the Burlington Observer. "But it's back to work tomorrow."

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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

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A. Hurricanes (KATRINA and the Waves, HUGO Awards, HARVEY, Prince ANDREW)
B. Capitals (ST. PAUL, Sir Walter RALEIGH, SPRINGFIELD, BOSTON)
C. Blues (COBALT, BABY, NILE, SKY)
D. Wild (Orson Scott CARD, PITCH, GUESS, Kanye WEST)

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Hey, back with another one of these. As a reminder, these are from Triple Decker Trivia. Like the above example, each set of 4 answers will have something in common. Then the somethings-in-common will have 1 final something else in common. Here's one I have a few pieces of. I have a faint inkling of a final answer, but let's work through it. Maybe quote this each time and add what you can to the blanks.

A1. What is the informal name of the part of the elbow over which the ulnar nerve passes? _____________
A2. Claire Danes and Jared Leto both got their big break from what ABC teen drama which was canceled after only one season? ______________
A3. In Marxist writings, what two-word term is used interchangeably with "proletariat", referring to the group of people whose only asset is their labor or job skills? ________________
A4. The film adaptation of what novel, like the book itself, ends with the heroine declaring "Tomorrow is another day," despite a common misconception that a more famous and slightly earlier line is the last? ___________________

Common Bond A __________________

B1. Although invented in China, what kind of spark-emitting firework is named for its popularity during the Italian Renaissance? ____________
B2. In June 1943, rioting broke out in Los Angeles when white American servicemen attacked Mexican-American youths wearing what kind of outfit with a rhyming name? ___________
B3. What band's 1996 album "Fashion Nugget" included the hit "The Distance" as well as a cover of "I Will Survive"? ______________
B4. What was the name of the protest carried out by the Sons of Liberty on December 16, 1773? ________________

Common Bond B __________________

C1. What U.S. soccer player made the cover of Newsweek and Sports Illustrated celebrating a winning penalty kick over China in the FIFA World Cup final? _____________
C2. What was the maiden name of Diana, Princess of Wales? _____________
C3. Miles Ahead and Kind of Blue are albums by what jazz great? ______________
C4. What stele, discovered in 1799, is inscribed with the same text in Egyptian hieroglyphics, Egyptian demotic script, and Ancient Greek, providing the key to the modern understanding of hieroglyphics? ______________

Common Bond C __________________

D1. Who sculpted the monumental statue of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial? ________________
D2. What neo-noir David Lynch thriller takes its title from a 1963 Bobby Vinton song heard during the film? ______________
D3. In his 1961 farewell address, President Eisenhower warned against the unwarranted influence of what "complex" that arose during the Cold War?_______________
D4. A's and Yankees slugger Reggie Jackson earned what nickname based on his postseason heroics?_______________

Common Bond D _________________

FINAL CONNECTION ____________________
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C2: Spencer
C3: Miles Davis
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by L-Jam3 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:54 am

I know a lot of these, but for everyone else:

B2:
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Zoot Suit
D2:
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Blue Velvet.
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Post by govmentchedda » Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:55 am

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a1: funny bone
a2: my so called life
a4: gone with the wind
b3: cake
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Post by A_B » Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:56 am

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C1: Chastain
C4: Rosetta Stone
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by brian » Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:57 am

B4:
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Boston Tea Party
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by Ryan » Thu Jul 11, 2019 10:00 am

Oh shit, I got the whole thing now. Thanks guys, keep going.
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by Pruitt » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:19 pm

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A1 - Funny Bone
A2 My So Called Life
A4 Gone With The Wind

B2 Zoot Suit
B3 Cake
B4 Boston Tea Party

C1 Chastain
C2 Spencer
C3 Miles Davis
C4 Rosetta Stone

D2 Blue Velvet
D3 Military Industrial
D4 Mr. October
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by Ryan » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:34 pm

I would say groups C and D are the biggest hint toward the final answer, even if you can't reverse engineer the rest.
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Post by Johnny Carwash » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:37 pm

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Common Bond D: Revolutions (Velvet, Industrial, October, don't know the other but guessing that's it)
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Post by Ryan » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:41 pm

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Good (Daniel FRENCH (from Exeter!) is D1)
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Post by The Sybian » Thu Jul 11, 2019 5:55 pm

Nobody said B1 yet?
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Post by Ryan » Fri Jul 12, 2019 10:25 am

The final sol...answers
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A1. What is the informal name of the part of the elbow over which the ulnar nerve passes? FUNNY BONE
A2. Claire Danes and Jared Leto both got their big break from what ABC teen drama which was canceled after only one season? MY SO-CALLED LIFE
A3. In Marxist writings, what two-word term is used interchangeably with "proletariat", referring to the group of people whose only asset is their labor or job skills? WORKING CLASS
A4. The film adaptation of what novel, like the book itself, ends with the heroine declaring "Tomorrow is another day," despite a common misconception that a more famous and slightly earlier line is the last? GONE WITH THE WIND

Common Bond A - "GIRL" MOVIES

B1. Although invented in China, what kind of spark-emitting firework is named for its popularity during the Italian Renaissance? ROMAN CANDLE
B2. In June 1943, rioting broke out in Los Angeles when white American servicemen attacked Mexican-American youths wearing what kind of outfit with a rhyming name? ZOOT SUIT
B3. What band's 1996 album "Fashion Nugget" included the hit "The Distance" as well as a cover of "I Will Survive"? CAKE
B4. What was the name of the protest carried out by the Sons of Liberty on December 16, 1773? BOSTON TEA PARTY

Common Bond B - BIRTHDAY

C1. What U.S. soccer player made the cover of Newsweek and Sports Illustrated celebrating a winning penalty kick over China in the FIFA World Cup final? BRANDI CHASTAIN
C2. What was the maiden name of Diana, Princess of Wales? SPENCER
C3. Miles Ahead and Kind of Blue are albums by what jazz great? MILES DAVIS
C4. What stele, discovered in 1799, is inscribed with the same text in Egyptian hieroglyphics, Egyptian demotic script, and Ancient Greek, providing the key to the modern understanding of hieroglyphics? ROSETTA STONE

Common Bond C - ACTORS IN THE HELP

D1. Who sculpted the monumental statue of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial? DANIEL CHESTER FRENCH
D2. What neo-noir David Lynch thriller takes its title from a 1963 Bobby Vinton song heard during the film? BLUE VELVET
D3. In his 1961 farewell address, President Eisenhower warned against the unwarranted influence of what "complex" that arose during the Cold War?MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL
D4. A's and Yankees slugger Reggie Jackson earned what nickname based on his postseason heroics? MR. OCTOBER

Common Bond D - REVOLUTION

FINAL CONNECTION - BEATLES SONGS
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by mister d » Tue Jul 23, 2019 1:43 pm

According to Wikipedia, which five (5) U.S. states have never been the location of a commercial airliner crash?
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Delaware
Idaho
North Dakota
Oklahoma
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Post by Gunpowder » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:03 am

Two MLB players have appeared on 5 different teams' rosters in one season. Both occurred since the year 2000, one in the 2000s and the other in the 2010s.

Who are they?
"Enjoyed this one," Gunpowder told the Burlington Observer. "But it's back to work tomorrow."

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Post by mister d » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:27 am

No idea, but this makes me think of Mark Arcobello.
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Post by Jerloma » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:33 am

Cameron Maybin?
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Post by Johnny Carwash » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:35 am

Probably wrong, but I'll guess Reggie Sanders since he played for like 8 different teams in consecutive seasons.
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Post by Pruitt » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:48 am

Only one man was an MVP in both the AFL and the NFL (albeit he won the NFL version when there were two awards given - one per Conference).

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mister d wrote:
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No idea, but this makes me think of Mark Arcobello.
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

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Gunpowder wrote:
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Two MLB players have appeared on 5 different teams' rosters in one season. Both occurred since the year 2000, one in the 2000s and the other in the 2010s.

Who are they?
Edwin Jackson?
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Post by Ryan » Mon Oct 21, 2019 10:39 am

Inspired by yesterday's Lamar Jackson game...

1. Name the only ACTIVE quarterback with 9 or less completions in a game but more fantasy points than Jackson's 23.32 (as scored by profootballreference) (JOSH ALLEN)

2. Two other QBs have had 3 such games in their careers. One is in Canton (FRAN TARKENTON). The other is not, but was born in Nashua, NH. (GREG LANDRY) Who are they?

3. Name the QB who had more fantasy points than Jackson in a 1988 game against the Bears because, despite completing only 6 passes, 4 of them were for touchdowns. (DOUG FLUTIE)

4. Besides Jackson, name the other 3 QBs with 9 or less completions and 100 or more RUSHING yards in the same game. One of them did it twice within 2 months in 1972. (BOBBY DOUGLASS) One of them is from 1951. (TOBIN ROTE) The last is from 2006. (MICHAEL VICK)
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Post by L-Jam3 » Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:42 pm

4. I'm guessing Vick was the one from 2006. And I'm rather surprised Randall Cunningham didn't do any of the feats you mentioned.
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Post by Rex » Mon Oct 21, 2019 1:07 pm

I'll guess Fran Tarkenton for either 2 or 4, and Cam Newton for 1

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Post by sancarlos » Mon Oct 21, 2019 2:48 pm

Was the 1972 QB Bobby Douglas of the Bears?
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Post by The Sybian » Mon Oct 21, 2019 3:12 pm

I think Josh Allen for #1.
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Post by Pruitt » Mon Oct 21, 2019 4:33 pm

The Sybian wrote:
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I think Josh Allen for #1.
I think that's right.

As for the 4 tds on 6 completions - I looked it up...
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Post by Ryan » Mon Oct 21, 2019 4:44 pm

Yes to Douglass and Allen
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Post by The Sybian » Wed Oct 23, 2019 8:09 am

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As for the 4 tds on 6 completions - I looked it up...
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And fuck Rob Johnson
Oh, shit. I remember that game!
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Post by Ryan » Wed Oct 23, 2019 8:27 am

Yep, answers above
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brian wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 3:15 pm
Gunpowder wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:03 am
Two MLB players have appeared on 5 different teams' rosters in one season. Both occurred since the year 2000, one in the 2000s and the other in the 2010s.

Who are they?
Edwin Jackson?

I forgot I even posted this.

Jose Bautista in 2004 and Oliver Drake last year (2018).
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Post by mister d » Thu Oct 24, 2019 8:58 am

I tear shoulder ligaments watching Oliver Drake pitch.
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by Ryan » Mon Oct 28, 2019 11:05 am

What do these, and only these, 12 QBs have in common?

Cam Newton
Alex Smith
Russell Wilson
Jimmy Garoppolo
Sam Bradford
Kyle Orton
Colin Kaepernick
Kevin Kolb
Eli Manning
Jake Plummer
Gus Frerotte
Brian Griese
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by Johnny Carwash » Mon Oct 28, 2019 11:10 am

No idea on the specifics, but guessing it's about doing something vs. the Patriots.
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Johnny Carwash wrote:
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No idea on the specifics, but guessing it's about doing something vs. the Patriots.
That is 11/12ths correct
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Re: Gunpowder's Gold Star Trivia

Post by L-Jam3 » Mon Oct 28, 2019 11:23 am

They beat the Patriots twice in their careers.

ETA: No, that's wrong. Peyton beat the Patriots more than that, and Eli beat them three times.
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