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by Zwak
Thu Apr 22 4:10 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Restaurant
Replies: 9393
Views: 916038

Re: Restaurant

I see the word Oriental a lot in menu items and in other products (rugs, furniture).
by Zwak
Thu Apr 22 1:33 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Restaurant
Replies: 9393
Views: 916038

Re: Restaurant

Didn't really go for the restaurant very often, but Gasthof's is for sale. For me, it was really only fun if you went with 6+ people for the restaurant/basement bar experience, which didn't happen often. Dinner for two or something? Not quite that scene. I LOVED the place, for sure. Many good memor...
by Zwak
Thu Apr 22 9:25 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Consumer Research
Replies: 4212
Views: 418133

Re: Consumer Research

Are Zagg screens worth the money for your newer mobile devices. I just bought an iPhone 12 Pro and am wondering if they’re worth the cost now that they seem to be $50 I much prefer the tempered glass screen protectors. If there is a Five Below store near you check them out. That’s where I get my te...
by Zwak
Thu Apr 22 7:15 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Theme Thursday, April 22 Today's theme is: Earth Day. Today is Earth Day! Here are five questions about that. 1. How long ago was the Earth formed: 4,500 years, 4.5 million years, 4.5 billion years, or 4.5 trillion years? 2. A 1969 Time magazine article about a river that caught fire was a contribut...
by Zwak
Thu Apr 22 7:14 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Wednesday, April 21 1. There are six states in New England. Which is the largest by area? MAINE 2. What tiny republic loosened its strict ban on chewing gum in 2004, allowing exceptions for nicotine gum? SINGAPORE 3. If you take a square 10-inch by 10-inch piece of paper and fold each of ...
by Zwak
Wed Apr 21 11:12 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Steve MN wrote:
Wed Apr 21 11:10 am
Karlsson wrote:
Wed Apr 21 11:04 am
This is driving me crazy. I've given up and am looking it up, and still not able to get to an answer very easily. My Google game needs stepping up.
Had to use my google-fu as well:
Hidden Content...
Ryan Fitzpatrick

Correct
by Zwak
Wed Apr 21 11:09 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Karlsson wrote:
Wed Apr 21 11:04 am
This is driving me crazy. I've given up and am looking it up, and still not able to get to an answer very easily. My Google game needs stepping up.
I’ll give you a hint, he was an active player as of last season.
by Zwak
Wed Apr 21 10:24 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Karlsson wrote:
Wed Apr 21 10:19 am
1 is Mike Schmidt, right? 500+ and only played for the Phillies?

Mike Schmidt is correct. Archie Manning is not.
by Zwak
Wed Apr 21 10:06 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Two sports questions I heard today on a podcast:

1. What MLB player has the most career home runs who only played for one team?

2. What NFL quarterback has the most career passing yards without ever playing in a postseason game?
by Zwak
Wed Apr 21 7:08 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Wednesday, April 21 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in tomorrow's email. 1. There are six states in New England. Which is the largest by area? 2. What tiny republic loosened its strict ban on chewing gum in 2004, allowing exceptions for nicotine gum? 3. If you take a square 10-inch by...
by Zwak
Wed Apr 21 7:08 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Tuesday, April 20 1. Norm MacDonald claims that he simply wanted to show off his Burt Reynolds impression when he wrote what famous SNL sketch? “CELEBRITY JEOPARDY” 2. If you finger the chanter of a doodlesack, what instrument are you playing? BAGPIPES 3. Two U.S. presidents used middle i...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 20 2:18 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Things That Stick In Your Craw
Replies: 4245
Views: 403546

Re: Things That Stick In Your Craw

YoungEagle wrote:
Tue Apr 20 11:26 am
Fans conducting NFL draft simulations and posting them online. Actually the whole NFL draft hoopla is lame. Might be one of the most boring things to watch on tv... plus you have to see/listen to Mel Kiper and John Clayton...
Two of my least favorite words in all of sports....mock draft
by Zwak
Tue Apr 20 8:24 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Restaurant
Replies: 9393
Views: 916038

Re: Restaurant

The original Blue Door Pub in St. Paul (on Selby) will not be reopening. No mention of their other locations.

I'm not surprised this one is closing. It is VERY small inside and likely hard to have social distance guidelines and keep a profitable customer count.
by Zwak
Tue Apr 20 7:57 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

5. Shaggy
by Zwak
Tue Apr 20 7:34 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Greyeagle wrote:
Tue Apr 20 7:31 am
1) Celebrity Jeopardy

3) Truman is one, can't recall the other.
I think it’s Grant.
by Zwak
Tue Apr 20 7:18 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Tuesday, April 20 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in tomorrow's email. 1. Norm MacDonald claims that he simply wanted to show off his Burt Reynolds impression when he wrote what famous SNL sketch? 2. If you finger the chanter of a doodlesack, what instrument are you playing? 3. Two U....
by Zwak
Tue Apr 20 7:17 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Monday, April 19 1. In 1946, the Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation was founded. In 1958, they changed their name to a word rooted in the Latin for “sound.” Name that company! SONY (from “sonos”) 2. What animal has a normal blood pressure of 280 over 180, and has special mec...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 20 5:35 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

THIS WEEK'S QUESTIONS 1. In its usual English translation, what are the first three words of pastor Martin Niemoller's famed 1946 poem about the Holocaust? 2. What are classified by the Hubble sequence into four shapes, including elliptical, lenticular, and irregular? 3. Since 2019, what calendar da...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 20 5:34 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

LAST WEEK'S ANSWERS 1. What human process is thought to be driven by "cellular senescence"? Senescence just means "getting old." (You may recognize the root from such words as "senior" and "senility.") Cellular senescence may be at the root of the mystery of human aging, alongside many other disease...
by Zwak
Mon Apr 19 7:16 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Monday, April 19 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in tomorrow's email. 1. In 1946, the Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation was founded. In 1958, they changed their name to a word rooted in the Latin for “sound.” Name that company! 2. What animal has a normal blood pressure...
by Zwak
Mon Apr 19 7:15 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Friday, April 16 1. Quit While You’re Ahead: Of the 50 cities in the U.S. that are the largest cities in their state (by population), four have a name that contains the name of that state. Name as many of those cities as you can for 1 point each. Zero points total if you get any wrong. NE...
by Zwak
Sun Apr 18 4:26 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Movies
Replies: 8275
Views: 796920

Re: Movies

Had some free movie channel trials this week on Hulu so I watched the following movies (some not for the first time) 1. Lethal Weapon 1, 2, 4. In my opinion 2 is better than 1 but both are really good. 3 and 4 are garbage 2. State and Main: Still one of the most underrated movies. Very funny movie a...
by Zwak
Fri Apr 16 9:17 am
Forum: Other Sports
Topic: Gopher Basketball 2020-2021
Replies: 538
Views: 23095

Re: Gopher Basketball 2020-2021

Bladepuller wrote:
Fri Apr 16 9:12 am
I think he was a late bloomer.
I agree with this but it will be interesting to see him go up against Big 10 players.
by Zwak
Fri Apr 16 7:59 am
Forum: Other Sports
Topic: Gopher Basketball 2020-2021
Replies: 538
Views: 23095

Re: Gopher Basketball 2020-2021

Gophers lose another. Transferred in last season, but was a redshirt senior https://twitter.com/RyanJamesMN/status/1382852387430412295 This is what Marcus Carr did last year. I don't expect him to get much draft hype. I agree. Doesn't hurt to get your name out there and see what kind of response yo...
by Zwak
Fri Apr 16 7:53 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

1) Kansas City 4) Hair Wichita is the largest city in Kansas I believe. The only other one coming to mind right now is a partial and that's Minneapolis. Edit - i had to look because I just couldn't come up with the 4th. I'd have never gotten it. I just looked it up too. I would not have gotten that...
by Zwak
Fri Apr 16 7:21 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

1. New York City
by Zwak
Fri Apr 16 7:11 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Friday, April 16 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in Monday's email. 1. Quit While You’re Ahead: Of the 50 cities in the U.S. that are the largest cities in their state (by population), four have a name that contains the name of that state. Name as many of those cities as you can for 1...
by Zwak
Fri Apr 16 7:10 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Theme Thursday, April 15 1. 1990: It was the subject of the 2009 movie “The September Issue.” VOGUE (Madonna) 2. 1992: It comes before “drive,” “shot,” and “start.” JUMP (Kriss Kross) 3. 1995: Olo’upena and Pu’uka’oku, both located in Hawai’i, are the tallest of these in the United States...
by Zwak
Thu Apr 15 8:46 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

fightclub30 wrote:
Thu Apr 15 8:31 am
Zwak wrote:
Thu Apr 15 7:16 am
4. Honey
Are you sure its not Twinkies?
I think they’re tied with McDonalds hamburgers for second longest. :)
by Zwak
Thu Apr 15 7:16 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

4. Honey
by Zwak
Thu Apr 15 7:11 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Theme Thursday, April 15 Today's theme is: Also a Number-One Hit From The ‘90s. All the answers in this round will also be a number-one hit on the Billboard Charts sometime in the 1990s. We'll give you the year the song came out, and a short hint. 1. 1990: It was the subject of the 2009 movie “The S...
by Zwak
Thu Apr 15 7:10 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Wednesday, April 14 1. A baby duck is a duckling. What's a baby swan called? A CYGNET 2. What agricultural product, which may originate in Ethiopia or Yemen, was banned in Prussia in 1777 because King Frederick the Great thought it interfered too much with the country’s beer consumption? ...
by Zwak
Wed Apr 14 7:54 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

4. St. Elmo's Fire (Shumacher directed that movie)
by Zwak
Wed Apr 14 7:48 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Wednesday, April 14 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in tomorrow's email. 1. A baby duck is a duckling. What's a baby swan called? 2. What agricultural product, which may originate in Ethiopia or Yemen, was banned in Prussia in 1777 because King Frederick the Great thought it interfere...
by Zwak
Wed Apr 14 7:47 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Tuesday, April 13 1. After his success with Sesame Street, what TV show did Jim Henson debut on HBO in 1983? “FRAGGLE ROCK” 2. What beloved children’s book character first appeared as a 4-year-old neighbor in the 1950 book “Henry Huggins”? RAMONA QUIMBY (Rest in Peace to Beverly Cleary!) ...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 13 7:22 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Tuesday, April 13 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in tomorrow's email. 1. After his success with Sesame Street, what TV show did Jim Henson debut on HBO in 1983? 2. What beloved children’s book character first appeared as a 4-year-old neighbor in the 1950 book “Henry Huggins”? 3. Ther...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 13 7:21 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Monday, April 12 1. If something is xanthic, that means it is what color? YELLOW 2. What is the last name of the German mathematician who, in 1858, famously discovered a non-orientable surface with just one side and one boundary? MÖBIUS 3. The title of “A Tale of Two Cities” refers to wha...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 13 5:27 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

THIS WEEK'S QUESTIONS 1. What human process is thought to be driven by "cellular senescence"? 2. What U.S. peninsula's largest cities are Marquette and Sault Ste. Marie? 3. What two young actors became stars when MGM paired them in three Andy Hardy movies and four "backyard" musicals, beginning in 1...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 13 5:26 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

LAST WEEK'S ANSWERS 1. Which two colors in the video game Among Us are named for fruits? Finally, something for Gen Z! The twelve Among Us colors include orange and lime. 2. What does "H.R." stand for in U.S. government parlance--as in H.R. 1, the For the People act? Like much congressional legislat...
by Zwak
Mon Apr 12 2:09 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Travel
Replies: 2373
Views: 257247

Re: Travel

SWMBO and I are headed to Las Vegas to get out of this rainy weather. Looking for recommendations on brewpubs/reasonably priced restaurants on or near the strip. We're staying at the MGM Grand, and as long as my knee holds out, we don't mind walking. My guess is any brewpubs will be an Uber/Lyft ri...
by Zwak
Mon Apr 12 9:15 am
Forum: Other Sports
Topic: Wolves / NBA:
Replies: 5526
Views: 559557

Re: Wolves / NBA:

Contract will have a no move clause. So, it will be 4-5 years before they move. There is no such thing. The only thing stopping them will be a $50 million buyout clause with Target Center and possibly short term Vegas and Seattle getting franchises via expansion. Not what Glen said. Here’s his quot...
by Zwak
Mon Apr 12 7:41 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

2. Mobius?
by Zwak
Mon Apr 12 7:04 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Monday, April 12 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in tomorrow's email. 1. If something is xanthic, that means it is what color? 2. What is the last name of the German mathematician who, in 1858, famously discovered a non-orientable surface with just one side and one boundary? 3. The ti...
by Zwak
Mon Apr 12 7:03 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Friday, April 9 1. Quit While You’re Ahead: Route 66 begins in Illinois and ends in California, passing through six more states along the way. Name as many of them as you can for 1 point each. Zero points total if you get any wrong. MISSOURI, KANSAS, OKLAHOMA, TEXAS, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA 2...
by Zwak
Sat Apr 10 5:09 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Movies
Replies: 8275
Views: 796920

Re: Movies

Primer (Netflix Disc): If you liked this one, the same director made Upstream Color about a decade later. Just as confusing. It was more art-house beret-wearing "film" than anything. Blech. Understood it perfectly, but ugh. How high in the air can one's nose go? Andre The Giant (HBO Max): Doc on th...
by Zwak
Sat Apr 10 1:12 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Both are wrong. Correct answers are...
Hidden Content...
1. My Fair Lady
2. Sound of Music
3. A Man for All Seasons
4. Amadeus
by Zwak
Sat Apr 10 11:01 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

My Fair Lady is correct. The other 2 are not.
by Zwak
Sat Apr 10 10:02 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Heard this one today;

4 productions have won the Tony for Best Play AND Oscar for Best Picture. Name them. (Hint, two are musicals and two are not).
by Zwak
Fri Apr 09 1:47 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: This might be a dumb question, but...
Replies: 15542
Views: 1429909

Re: This might be a dumb question, but...

So my drivers license expires at the end of the month. Every registrar that takes reservations online is booked for 60 days. There are some places that only take reservations. Some that take walk-ups. I went to two places today that take walk ups. The first one had about 20 people in line so I skip...
by Zwak
Fri Apr 09 12:45 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: This might be a dumb question, but...
Replies: 15542
Views: 1429909

Re: This might be a dumb question, but...

I work from home and rarely go through downtown these days. What are they doing to the side of US Bank stadium? It’s only a few years old. Article from January 2021. https://www.startribune.com/u-s-bank-stadium-s-water-woes-surface-again-with-bubbly-replacement-barriers/600013463/#:~:text=A%20probl...
by Zwak
Fri Apr 09 12:10 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: This might be a dumb question, but...
Replies: 15542
Views: 1429909

Re: This might be a dumb question, but...

So my drivers license expires at the end of the month. Every registrar that takes reservations online is booked for 60 days. There are some places that only take reservations. Some that take walk-ups. I went to two places today that take walk ups. The first one had about 20 people in line so I skipp...
by Zwak
Fri Apr 09 7:09 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Friday, April 9 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in Monday's email. 1. Quit While You’re Ahead: Route 66 begins in Illinois and ends in California, passing through six more states along the way. Name as many of them as you can for 1 point each. Zero points total if you get any wrong. 2...
by Zwak
Fri Apr 09 7:09 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Theme Thursday, April 8 1. What southern American city is known as the “Birthplace of Jazz”? NEW ORLEANS 2. Art Blakey, Buddy Rich, and Gene Krupa were all renowned for playing what jazz instrument? DRUMS 3. By some accounts, a 1992 album titled “Breathless” is the best selling jazz album...
by Zwak
Thu Apr 08 7:21 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Theme Thursday, April 8 Today's theme is: All That Jazz! April is Jazz Appreciation Month. Let’s appreciate some jazz! 1. What southern American city is known as the “Birthplace of Jazz”? 2. Art Blakey, Buddy Rich, and Gene Krupa were all renowned for playing what jazz instrument? 3. By some account...
by Zwak
Thu Apr 08 7:20 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Wednesday, April 7 1. What bodily organ is found in the thoracic cavity, surrounded by the pericardium? HEART 2. The largest religious structure in the world was built as a mausoleum for King Suryavarman II and dedicated to Vishnu before it was converted to a Buddhist temple at the end of...
by Zwak
Wed Apr 07 7:14 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Wednesday, April 7 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in tomorrow's email. 1. What bodily organ is found in the thoracic cavity, surrounded by the pericardium? 2. The largest religious structure in the world was built as a mausoleum for King Suryavarman II and dedicated to Vishnu before ...
by Zwak
Wed Apr 07 7:14 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Tuesday, April 6 1. What style of gravy, popular in Southern cooking, is made from pork drippings mixed with black coffee? RED-EYE GRAVY 2. There are four ghosts who chase Pac-Man in the original arcade game. Three of them have rhyming names—which one doesn’t? CLYDE (the others are Inky, ...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 06 3:36 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

THIS WEEK'S QUESTIONS 1. Which two colors in the video game Among Us are named for fruits? 2. What does "H.R." stand for in U.S. government parlance--as in H.R. 1, the For the People act? 3. In 2020, who was admitted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as the lone representative of his band, but ins...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 06 3:35 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

They finally arrived! LAST WEEK'S ANSWERS 1. What advertising mascot was actually a flesh-toned fellow in a bearskin when a Minnesota canning company unveiled him in 1925? The Jolly Green Giant wasn't originally green. And possibly not even jolly! 2. What does the 'F' stand for in LCFA, long-chain m...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 06 2:26 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: The Music Never Stopped: What Are You Listening To?
Replies: 1168
Views: 138782

Re: The Music Never Stopped: What Are You Listening To?

That drummer is Taylor Hawkins, and really seems like an all-around cool guy. Thank you, yes, now I remember. Also yes to the cool guy comment. I have seen several interviews with him. He does not seem at all like success and stardom has gone to his head. Dave Grohl is a notoriously nice guy and I ...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 06 12:00 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Sorry...still no Ken Jennings quiz yet
by Zwak
Tue Apr 06 8:54 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: WEATHERMANIA
Replies: 6651
Views: 651420

Re: WEATHERMANIA

LOTS of thunder and lightning last night in SSP. Only .16 inches of rain.
by Zwak
Tue Apr 06 7:00 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

No Ken Jennings quiz yet.
by Zwak
Tue Apr 06 6:59 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Tuesday, April 6 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in tomorrow's email. 1. What style of gravy, popular in Southern cooking, is made from pork drippings mixed with black coffee? 2. There are four ghosts who chase Pac-Man in the original arcade game. Three of them have rhyming names—whic...
by Zwak
Tue Apr 06 6:59 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Monday, April 5 1. Passover ended yesterday at nightfall. According to Jewish tradition, a chair is left empty and a cup of wine is filled so that what prophet may visit the Seder table? ELIJAH 2. The difference between baking soda and baking powder is that baking powder contains an acid ...
by Zwak
Mon Apr 05 7:42 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

2. Cream of Tartar
by Zwak
Mon Apr 05 7:03 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Monday, April 5 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in tomorrow's email. 1. Passover ended yesterday at nightfall. According to Jewish tradition, a chair is left empty and a cup of wine is filled so that what prophet may visit the Seder table? 2. The difference between baking soda and bak...
by Zwak
Mon Apr 05 7:02 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Answers to Friday, April 2 1. Quit While You’re Ahead: There are four teams currently in the NBA whose names represent an entire state, rather than a city. Name as many of them as you can—the full team name—for 1 point each. Zero points total if you get any wrong. Note: the “New York” in the New Yor...
by Zwak
Sun Apr 04 3:03 pm
Forum: Other Sports
Topic: Minnesota Twins 2014 - ∞: To Infinity & Beyond!
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Re: Minnesota Twins 2014 - ∞: To Infinity & Beyond!

Beauner wrote:
Sun Apr 04 2:27 pm
The last play he was involved with was a routine flyout to CF with an easy throw back in so the prognostication is that it may be migraine related.
Simple pleasure: I’ve never had a migraine.
by Zwak
Sun Apr 04 1:18 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Simple Pleasures...
Replies: 22717
Views: 1982935

Re: Simple Pleasures...

frozen4champs wrote:
Sun Apr 04 1:04 pm
Potatoes planted on Good Friday
City boy question: Are potatoes hard to grow?
by Zwak
Sat Apr 03 6:28 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: The Music Never Stopped: What Are You Listening To?
Replies: 1168
Views: 138782

Re: The Music Never Stopped: What Are You Listening To?

Thirty-Four wrote:
Sat Apr 03 5:54 pm
Rush
I’m not a great music mind but that’s my first thought too.
by Zwak
Sat Apr 03 12:18 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: The Music Never Stopped: What Are You Listening To?
Replies: 1168
Views: 138782

Re: The Music Never Stopped: What Are You Listening To?

Here’s an off-season topic for discussion.

What band has the most talented musicians overall (not in terms of songwriting but their skills at their respective instruments).
by Zwak
Fri Apr 02 10:27 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

3. Panopticon Never heard of that as a metaphor for contemporary life, but that's certainly the term for the prison design in question. Yeah, me neither. Bit of a guess. Had ten letters and fit the prison part of the question. :mrgreen: I’ve never heard of that term until today. Panopticon sounds l...
by Zwak
Fri Apr 02 8:12 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

2. Smashing Pumpkins?
by Zwak
Fri Apr 02 8:07 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Totally Random Trivia
Replies: 9446
Views: 800388

Re: Totally Random Trivia

Friday, April 2 Five questions to wake up your noodle. Answers in Monday's email. 1. Quit While You’re Ahead: There are four teams currently in the NBA whose names represent an entire state, rather than a city. Name as many of them as you can—the full team name—for 1 point each. Zero points total if...