MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!
One Nation Under Surveillance...
MERRY CHRISTMAS CODES!
POINT = STOCKING
5:00 ARTIST = MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER
No rain, no rainbows
DC newbie #12
VOD(garbage bag)....The Strange Story of Santa Claus
WWHG (Room With a View)....Mark Ellwood
Before They Were Famous: B. Music
Champions: A. Phoenix
This Day In U.S. History: A. Mellotron
You Can Quote Me: C. The Peter Principle
Before They Were Famous: A. Poor Attitude
Champions: B. San Diego
This Day In U.S. History: A. John C. Calhoun
You Can Quote Me: A. Mario Puzo
World's Worst Hotel Guest: Conde Nast Traveller
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Champions: C - 2004
Famous: B - Dairy Queen
History: A - more than 40
Music: C - Sara Bareilles
Quote: C - "Sports do not build character. They reveal it."
Sleuth: LAND - pg. 2, Starpex Obsidian Guitar Controller for PS2/PS3
Worlds Worst Hotel Guests: HOTEL CIPRIANI
Video of the Day: REESE WITHERSPOON
Jason Lee, well known as Earl in the NBC hit sitcom, "My Name is Earl," used to be a professional skateboarder. But even earlier than his success, Lee worked behind the counter at a specific fast food restaurant. What is the name of the fast food restaurant chain he worked for? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer)
b) Burger King
c) Taco Bell
Previous Answer: a) The Gap FYI: West, who was born in 1977, has won 10 Grammy Awards.
In 1891 James Naismith, in looking for an indoor activity for his students during gym class, invented the game of basketball. He nailed a peach basket to each end of the gym and created teams consisting of nine players. What is the name of the game Naismith based basketball on that he played as a child? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer)
a) "Duck on a Rock"
b) "Rock in a Basket"
c) "Ball in the Bucket"
Previous Answer: b) Bulldogs FYI: Due to financial issues, the NFL New York Yankees franchise folded after its 1951 season
Bo Bice proved that American Idol could have a rocker as a finalist, but this singer proved that the show could generate a successful rocker outside the context of the show.� (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer)
a) David Cook
b) Chris Daughtry
c) David Archuleta
Previous Answer: John Mayer
January 1 is the first day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. The ancient Romans began their consular year on January 1 since 153 B.C. Which of the following countries began recognizing January 1 as the first day of the New Year in 1600 B.C. (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer)
Previous Answer: b) Longacre Square FYI: Longacre Square was renamed to Times Square on April 8, 1904 by proclamation of Mayor George B. McClellan Jr. at the urging of Adolph Ochs, owner and publisher of the New York Times.
before they were famous=c) Taco Bell
champions=a) "Duck on a Rock"
music=b) Chris Daughtry
this day in US history=c) Scotland
world’s worst hotel guests=Mark hotel
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What hotel is Johnny Depp's dicretions associated with?
Founding Father Benjamin Franklin once asked, "Who is rich?" He answered, "He that is content." Then Franklin asked, "Who is that?" So, who, according to Franklin, is that? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer)
Previous Answer: b) "through" FYI: Frost received four Pulitzer Prizes in his lifetime.
In 1988, NHL great Mario Lemieux became the first and only NHL hockey player in its history to score one of each of the five types of goals in a single game. Which of the following is one of those types of goals? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer)
a) an empty net goal
b) a slap shot goal
c) an off the boards goal
Previous Answer: a) "Duck on a Rock" FYI: Among Naismith's original rules including one that did not permit dribbling, which of course had changed.
video: the strange story of santa clause
World's sexiest hotel in Beverly Hills?: Beverly Hilton