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Old 22nd Jun 2015, 14:40
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2. Bob Dylan/Subterranean Homesick Blues
You are on the pavement, thinking about the government.
9. Guadalcanal Diary. (the first line anyway ...) I don't think it's the song you are looking for.
23. Cool Hand Luke
24. Elwood Blues, one of the Blues Brothers
25. Patton
26. A Few Good Men
27. Casablanca
28. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
29. The Shining
30. Wrong is Right.
34. Truth or Consequences / New Mexico USA
37. Hell (3 possible, at least) (Texas)
44. Enclave. San Marino.
45. 2 doubly-landlocked countries Lichenstein. One of the Stans.
47. Jimmy Page and John Bonham.
50. Fried chicken.
Aviation What were the following famous for (hint: there's a link)?
53. Charles Lindberg Flying Solo across the Atlantic
54. Amelia Earhart Getting lost.
57. 40 yards.
Who first flew non-stop around the World
59. Unrefueled? Rutan
62. Six Iron
67. Rush. Spirit of Radio. (Freedom of Music?) Canada.
68. Born in the USA. Bruce Springstein.
72. Radar Love. Golden Earring. Netherlands.
74. Rock the Casbah. Clash. England.
76. Brutus on Caesar, per the Bard. (Funeral Oration)
77. Martin Luther King. "I have a dream" speech. Washington DC 1963.
82. Hamlet, the immortal soliloquy
83. Napoleon Bonaparte?
85. Maggie Thatcher?
88. The answer my friend, is blowing in the wind.
89. Fifty four.
91. Janis Joplin.
92. Jim Morrison/Doors.
96. Rolling Stones, Paint it Black.

Why are there Interstate Highways in Hawaii?
Federal Funding. It's all about the color of money.
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50. Elvis liked to snack on an entire loaf of bread hollowed out and stuffed with a pound of fried bacon and an entire jar of peanut butter. True fact, that!
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50. Elvis liked to snack on an entire loaf of bread hollowed out and stuffed with a pound of fried bacon and an entire jar of peanut butter. True fact, that!

Wow! I guess Weight Watchers Inc. wasn't around then.
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Can't recall hearing this lyric before, but burger me if I'm not listening to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and there's the answer to No7

7 Mary Jane's Last Dance Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
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Dan Gerous and Malcolm380 obviously don't do rules,but being a softy I marked them anyway at the end. Makes my job a lot harder guys.

Name the singer/group,song, and maybe more....

1. "When you're down and troubled
And you need some love and care
And nothing, nothing is going right"
Carole King, You've Got A Friend Malcolm380, RedhillPhil

2. "Johnny's in the basement, mixing up the medicine".
Bob Dylan, Subterranean Homesick Blues RedhillPhil

(b) Where am I and what am I doing?
"I'm on the pavement,thinking about the Government", Lonewolf 50

3. "Well my name's John Lee Pettimore
Same as my Daddy and his Daddy before"
Steve Earle, Copperhead RoadReynoldsNo1

4. "I heard that you're settled down
That you found a girl and you're married now"
Adele, Someone Like YouMalcolm380

5. "The Indians send signals
From the rocks above the pass
The cowboys take positions
In the bushes and the grass"
Squeeze, Cool For Cats Zarniwoop

(b) What speed were the Sweeney doing?
90 Zarniwoop

6. "The lights go out and I can't be saved
Tides that I tried to swim against"
Coldplay, Clocks bhx bod

7. "She grew up in the Indiana town,
had a good looking momma, who never was around."
Tom Petty, Last Dance With Mary Jane Dan Gerous

8. "Long time ago, came a man on a track,
Walking 30 miles with a sack on his back"
Dire Straits, Telegraph Road Zarniwoop

9. "I walk a lonely road,
The only one that I have ever known"
Green Day, Boulevard Of Broken Dreams Malcolm380

10. "She says her love for me could never die
But that'd change if she ever found out about you and I"
Bryan Adams, Run to You Dan Gerous


OOO - Points for any reasonable answer, (there are often several)

11. Who is the Odd One Out and why?
One is a professional comedian, the rest are just jokes chuks
Wallace Shawn does not own a TV

Bill Clinton
Ed Milliband
David Cameron
Wallace Shawn (Vissier in The Princess Bride, Mr Hall in Clueless, Rex in Toy Story)

12. What do they all have in common?
They all studied Politics,Philosophy & Economics at Oxford University

13. Who is the Odd One Out and why?

Paul Newman
Richard Attenborough
Clark Gable
James Stewart

Newman, Attenborough and Gable all qualified as air gunners and flew in combat , Stewart was a pilot. ,Ascend Charlie (1) ,
Attenborough British, rest American Wings Folded
Attenborough won his Oscar for Best Director, the others for Best Actor

14. What do they all have in common?
All Oscar Winners. All flew in combat.

15. Who is the Odd One Out and why?
Benazhir Bhutto, Assassinated in Office Wings folded
Also: Angela Merkel, only one not attacked in Office.
Benazhir Bhutto, only one with a degree in Politics, others are Chemistry, Physics, Electronic Engineering respectively

Margaret Thatcher
Angela Merkel
Benazhir Bhutto
Park Geun-Hye

16. What do they all have in common?
All female Heads of State

17. Why would it be a bad idea to make an enemy of the sex therapist, Dr Ruth?
She was a sniper/scout during the Israeli War of Independence, and reportedly can still strip and reassemble a sub-machine gun blindfolded in under a minute. chuks


The Longest Day
18. What was strange about Richard Todd's(Maj. Howard) main scene by Pegasus Bridge in the movie about D-Day?
He had to meet himself - i.e his character met the Lieutenant who had just captured the Bridge, which was the role he carried out during the real D-Day landings. Zarniwoop

The Great Escape,
19. Which actor had actually been shot down and imprisoned during WW2?
Donald Pleasance Marker Inbound
20. Which actor successfully escaped from a POW camp in WW2?
Hannes Messemer (Kommandant Von Luger) Captured at Stalingrad, then escaped - Oh, the irony!
21. Which actor had performed their fictional speciality in real life?
Charles Bronson (Danny the Tunnel King) had been a miner before taking up acting, and was really claustrophobic also.
22. Who was chasing Steve McQueen in the final scene?
Himself. The hired stunt riders couldn't keep up, so McQueen rode all the bikes. jethro15

Famous lines, name the movie

23. "What we've got here,is Failure to Communicate"
Cool Hand Luke Marker Inbound

24. "New Oldsmobiles are in early this year"
The Blues Brothers reynoldsno1

25. "The object of war is not to die for your country,it's to make the other [email protected] die for his."
Patton reynoldsno1

26. "You can't handle the Truth!"
A Few Good Men paulc

27. "Play it, Sam"
Casablanca RedhillPhil

28. "Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries"
Monty Python and the Holy Grail Ascend Charlie

29. "Heeeeeeerrrrrre’s JOHNNY!"
The Shining Zarniwoop

30. "Terminate with extreme prejudice."
Apocalypse Now (spoken by Harrison Ford) chuks

31. Amber:"Ms. Stoeger, my plastic surgeon doesn't want me doing any activity where balls fly at my nose."
Dionne: "Well, there goes your social life."
Clueless - the rudest line I've ever heard in a PG

32. Eddie: "You mean, you could've taken your hand out of that cuff at any time?"
Roger:"No, not at any time, only when it was funny."
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? chuks


Name the countries in which you would find the following settlements

33. Westward Ho! England WIDN62
34. Truth or Consequences USA (New Mexico) WIDN62
35. Batman Turkey JENKINS
36. F#cking (with a u ) Austria RedhillPhil
37. Hell (3 possible, at least) Norway RedhillPhil, Sweden chuks, Texas, Lonewolf50
38. Dildo Newfoundland, Canada Innuedo
39. Boring USA (Oregon,and Maryland) Dan Gerous
40. Dull (Scotland) JENKINS
41. Bland Australia (All these 3 places are now twinned! Dan Gerous)
42. Killmacow Ireland
43. Useless Loop Australia

44. Name any enclave (part of a state which is surrounded entirely by the territory of one other state.) Two marks for each new one. One mark for a correct one repeated.Maximum of 2 per entrant or we'll be here all night.
Madha (Oman) & Nahwa (UAE) reynoldsno1

45. There are only 2 doubly-landlocked countries (i.e. surrounded by land-locked countries) - name them.
Liechtenstein & Uzbekistan Lonewolf 50

Music Trivia

46. What was Björk's band before she went solo?
The Sugarcubes Zarniwoop
47. WHO, between them, suggested the name for Led Zeppelin, when commenting on how successful their joining it would be?
Keith Moon and John Entwistle of THE WHO RedhillPhil & malcolm380,
48. Who responded to the question "What would you do if you weren't in the music business?" with "I'd be a DJ"
Frank Zappa
49. A nickname acquired whilst working as a DJ, what do B.B. King's initials stand for?
Blues Boy RedhillPhil
50. Which food item was allegedy largely responsible for the demise of The King (Elvis)?
I'm accepting Cheeseburgers, or Peanut Butter (yup, he even put peanut butter on cheeseburgers), RedhillPhil, or fried chicken (that was #1 on his wedding menu) Lonewolf 50


What were the following famous for (hint: there's a link)?

51. John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown First to Fly the Atlantic (West to East) RedhillPhil
52. Gago Coutinho and Sacadura Cabral First to fly across the Atlantic E>>W
53. Charles Lindberg First to Fly the Atlantic Solo West to East RedhillPhil
54. Amelia Earhart First female to fly the Atlantic solo West - East Marker Inbound
55. Jim Mollison First to fly solo across the Atlantic E>>W. Landed in New Brunswick. Pigboat
56. Beryl Markham First Female to fly solo across the Atlantic E>>W. Landed on the Cape. Pigboat

57. How far did the Wright Brothers fly on their first successful heavier-than-air flight?
Orville flew 120 feet for 12 seconds. Lonewolf 50 By the end of the day, Wilber had the record up to 852 feet for 59 seconds
Who first flew non-stop around the World
58. Air-Air Refueled? Capt James Gallagher, B-50 Lucky Lady II,1949
59. Unrefueled?Dick Rutan and Jeana Yeager, Voyager chuks
60. Solo? Steve Fossett chuks

61. By Balloon? Bertrand Piccard, Brian Jones, Breitling Orbiter 3

62. Which club did Al Shepard use to hit 2 golf balls on the Moon?
6 Iron paulc

63. Who is Obi-Two Kenobi?
Actor Ewan MacGregor (Obi Wan Kenobi) has a brother Colin who flies RAF Tornadoes, hence Colin's nickname.

The Bit in the Middle
Name the song and the singer/group. All the lyrics are from the middle of some quite well-known songs. Every song is from a different country - bonus if you can name the country.

64. "And when a child is born into this world
It has no concept
Of the tone of the skin it's living in"
7 seconds, Youssou N'Dour & Neneh Cherry Senegal Dan Gerous, Jetslut,,

65. "Good friends we have, oh, good friends we've lost,
Along the way
In this great future,
You can't forget your past"
No Woman No Cry, Bob Marley, Jamaica, malcolm380

66. "The gods may throw a dice
Their minds as cold as ice
And someone way down here
Loses someone dear"
The Winner Takes It All, Abba, Sweden malcolm380

67. "Emotional feedback on timeless wavelength
Bearing a gift beyond price, almost free"
Spirit of Radio, Rush, Canada Lonewolf 50

68. "So they put a rifle in my hand
Sent me off to a foreign land"
Born In The USA, Bruce Springsteen,...guess! Lonewolf 50

69. "Cause if good's on the left,
Then I'm stickin' to the right
I won't take no prisoners, won't spare no lives"
Hell's Bells, AC/DC, Australia jethro15

70. "Cause there's a monster living under my bed
Whispering in my ear
There's an angel, with a hand on my head
She say I've got nothing to fear"
Put Your Lights On, Carlos Santana, Mexico

71. "The night is calling, I have to go
The wolf is hungry, he runs the show
He's licking his lips, he's ready to win
On the hunt tonight for love at first sting"
Rock You Like A Hurricane, The Scorpions, Germany malcolm380, jetslut

72. No more speed, I'm almost there
Gotta keep cool now, gotta take care
Last car to pass, here I go
Radar Love, Golden Earring, Netherlands Ascend Charlie,Lonewolf 50

73. "To find her again
Upon this my dreams are depending
Through the dark
I sense the pounding of her heart
Next to mine"
Hunting High & Low, A-Ha, Norway

74. "The King called up his jet fighters
He said you better earn your pay
Drop your bombs between the Minarets"
Rockin' The Casbah, The Clash, England Lonewolf 50

And one bonus..

75. "She says God made her a sinner
To keep fat men thinner
As they tumble down in heaps
Before her feet
They hang around in groups
Like battle-weary troops.
One can often see them queue
Right down the street"

Patricia the Stripper, Chris de Burgh, England Jetslut

Lines from famous speeches (two are from The Bard), name the speaker. Bonus points for the occasion.

76. "As xxxxx loved me, I weep for him;
as he was fortunate, I rejoice at it;
as he was valiant, I honour him:
but, as he was ambitious, I slew him."
Brutus ('Julius Caesar'), Caesar's funeral chuks

77. "..that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."
Martin Luther King (I have a Dream), RedhillPhil

78. "We found that "Government of the people, by the people and for the people," which is also a time-honored Liberal principle, was again only for male consumption; half of the people were entirely ignored; it was the duty of women to pay their taxes and obey the laws, and look as pleasant as they could under the circumstances."
Emmeline Pankhurst, Hartford CT

79. "So let us resist the blandishments of the faint hearts. Let us ignore the howls and threats of the extremists. Let us stand together and do our duty, and we shall not fail."
Margaret Thatcher, 'The Lady's Not for Turning' speech

80. "The people need peace. The people need bread and land. And they give you war, hunger, no food, and the land remains with the landowners."
Vladimir Ilych Ulyanov - Lenin, on return from Exile, Finland Station, Petrograd.

81. "There's a coincidence today. On this day three hundred and ninety years ago, the great explorer Sir Francis Drake died aboard ship off the coast of Panama. In his lifetime the great frontiers were the oceans, and a historian later said, "He lived by the sea, died on it, and was buried in it. Well, today we can say of the Challenger crew: Their dedication was, like Drake's, complete."
Ronald Reagan Marker Inbound

82. "To grunt and sweat under a weary life,
But that the dread of something after death,
The undiscovered Country, from whose bourn
No Traveller returns, Puzzles the will,"
Hamlet (To Be or Not To Be) chuks

83. I have sacrificed all of my interests to those of the country.
I go, but you, my friends, will continue to serve France. Her happiness was my only thought. It will still be the object of my wishes. Do not regret my fate; if I have consented to survive, it is to serve your glory.
Napoleon, before departing for eternal exile on Elba - for 10 months , chuks

84. "under God I have placed my chiefest strength and safeguard in the loyal hearts and good will of my subjects; and, therefore, I am come amongst you as you see at this time, not for my recreation and disport, but being resolved, in the midst and heat of the battle, to live or die amongst you all - to lay down for my God, and for my kingdoms, and for my people, my honor and my blood even in the dust."
Queen Elizabeth of England, Tilbury 1588, just before the expected arrival of the Spanish Armada

85. "If we can stand up to him, all Europe may be freed and the life of the world may move forward into broad, sunlit uplands."
Churchill, Their Finest Hour speech. RedhillPhil

Random Stuff (marks awarded for true and/or funny answers)

86. How far is 1 Smoot? 5' 7". Marker Inbound (1)
87. What is a milliHelen? Since Helen of Troy famously had 'The Face that Launched a Thousand Ships', a milliHelen is just enough Beauty to launch One Ship. WIDN62
88. How many Roads must a Man walk down? 42 chuks The answer my friend, is blowing in the wind. Lonewolf 50
Half of them, the rest you have to walk UP Ascend Charlie
89. What do you get when you multiply six by nine? 54 Lonewolf 50

[90. What happens when Truth meets Beauty?
Since "Truth is beauty, and beauty truth," they look at each other with a shock of mutual recognition. chuks
Chuks' answer is clever enough to get the points. This was the trick question
Truth and Beauty are the two most massive quarks. Truth quarks are so short-lived (less than 10^-24 seconds) that they are expected never to have time to meet Beauty quarks, though they can decay into them!

The Last Waltz

Name the singer/group, and the song if it isn't obvious.

91. "Worked hard all my lifetime, no help from my friends,
So oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes Benz ?
That's it!"
Janis Joplin, Mercedes Benz, final lines of the final song she recorded before her death from a heroin overdose 3 days later Ascend Charlie,
92. "This is the End; my only friend, the End"
The Doors, The End, Jim Morrison commited suicide ,Ascend Charlie
93. "Who wants to live forever?"
Freddie Mercury, Queen Wodrick
94. "There were times, I'm sure you knew
When there was f#ck, f#ck f#ck all else to do"
My Way, Sid Vicious version. He overdosed, possibly deliberately. Dan Gerous

95. "Hey Satan, paid my dues
Playing in a rocking band
Hey momma, look at me
I'm on my way to the promised land"
Highway to Hell, AC/DC Romeo Delta

96. "I see the girls walk by dressed in their summer clothes
I have to turn my head until my darkness goes"
Paint It Black, The Rolling Stones, Joplin, Morrison, Hendrix and Jones all died at age 27. Sid died at 21, but as Johnny Rotten said "If everyone has 15 minutes of fame in them, Sid's watch was running fast". RedhillPhil
97. "Mourning in the aerodrome
The weather warmer, he is colder
Four men in uniform
To carry home my little soldier"
Army Dreamers, Kate Bush, about a boy soldier dying on exercise in West Germany during the Cold War. malcolm380

98. "Are we livin' in a land
Where sex and horror are the new Gods?"
Two Tribes Frankie goes to Hollywood Dan Gerous

99. "Look at your young men fighting
Look at your women crying
Look at your young men dying
The way they've always done before"
Civil War, Guns'n'Roses malcolm380 (+1 bonus for spotting the connection to Q.23)
100. "And I know that I'm damned
If I never get out
And baby, I'm damned if I do
But with every other beat
I got left in my heart
You know I'd rather be damned with you"
Bat Out Of Hell, Meatloaf. Dan Gerous

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22. Himself - He also played a chasing German officer

69. Hells Bells - AC/DC
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96. "I see the girls walk by dressed in their summer clothes
I have to turn my head until my darkness goes"
Paint It Black, The Rolling Stones, written after their drummer Brian Jones drowned in a swimming pool, extensively weakened by drug abuse.
The bolded part is INCORRECT.
Brian Jones was alive and well when Paint it Black was recorded and became a hit. IIRC he is the one playing sitar on that song.
Brian had been out of the band for some months when he died. I can't recall if the Stones were working on Let it Bleed or Beggars' Banquet at the time. (Life long Stones fan here. I just read Richards' book, Life. Interesting take on stuff I only heard of/knew from the outside).
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19 Donald Pleasence

54 First female across the North Atlantic but I think she just rode

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Well, drat!

11. Shawn is an actor; the others are all politicians.

12. They are all male.

32. Roger Rabbit

81. George H. W. Bush, speaking after the Challenger disaster

83. Then it must have been when Napoleon was heading off to exile on Elba. He should have been too cheesed-off after Waterloo to say this after the Hundred Days, but ....

I have one for you: Who started the Korean War? I THINK WE MUST BE TOLD.

Hat, coat, door ... I can see myself out, thanks.

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jethro, Marker - all correct; added to answers.
Lonewolf - thanks, apologies, corrected
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chuks - Joe Stalin was primarily responsible for the Korean War.
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If you say so, Squire.
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The Koreans seem to think so.
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Yes, but ...

All the Koreans? Too, there is this local expert, John Hill, who seems to be reading from a very different text.

Well, never mind that now. Back to your amusing quiz, which is still in progress!

Personally, I hold to my vision of Elvis fatally chowing down on that hollowed-out loaf of bread stuffed with a pound of bacon and a jar of peanut butter, but since that did not show up on the autopsy report I cannot claim that my vision is 100% correct.
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#38, Dildo, Newfoundland.
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hollowed-out loaf of bread stuffed with a pound of bacon and a jar of peanut butter
Superior to visions of sugar plums, I assure you.

One of my favorite snacks/breakfast foods is a slice or two of toast, right out of the toaster, with peanut butter smeared on so that it melts, then crispy bacon strips athwart the toast.

Getting hungry ...
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