THE CLIFF EDWARDS KWIZ

December 21, 2011

Cliff Edwards was: a. a flying buddy of Charles Lindbergh. b. a famous cricket impersonator. c. the voice of Mr. Ed, the talking horse. d. the inventor of the soap bubble. e. an elephant.

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SANTA SETS UP HIS BLOCKS

December 20, 2011
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Santa, alert runner that he is, looks down field before making his cut. He scored on this play and was penalized 15 yards for taunting.

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FETID VS FETED

December 19, 2011

To be feted is a good thing. To be fetid, not so much.

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RUDY AND THE T-REX

December 18, 2011

Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer made a very tasty snack Oh how the T- Rex loved him, though Rudy didn’t love him back All of the other reindeer fled in panic and dismay They would be snacks for T-Rex on some other holiday

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A SENTENCE BY RAY BRADBURY

December 17, 2011
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‘The day was brightening all about them as if a pink lamp had been given more wick.’ Ray takes a turn at describing dawn and does quite well, I must say.

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CARTOON FRIDAY 133

December 16, 2011
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‘Shake it off, kid. You can’t expect deodorant commercials to just fall in your lap.’

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DAPHNE DU MAURIER KWIZ ANSWER

December 15, 2011
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When the play, Peter Pan, debuted in 1904 London, the actor playing the dual roles of Mr. Darling/Captain Hook was Gerald du Maurier. His daughter Daphne would be born in 1907. Bonus speculation: Alfred Hitchcock, who later built a movie, ‘The Birds’, on Daphne’s Cornwall blueprint, was a 5 year old Londoner in 1904. Was […]

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DAPHNE DU MAURIER KWIZ

December 14, 2011

Which of the following statements about Daphne is true? 1. Her mother was Gertrude Stein. 2. Her father was Captain Hook. 3. Her brother was a gift from the fishmonger. 4. Her sister was an odd-toed ungulate.

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WALLPAPER DESIGN

December 13, 2011
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Paper one wall of your bunker with this product, and your bunker mentality will be somewhat lessened. Full refund and a fresh box of ammo if you are not satisfied.

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THE TWO RUDE PRINCESSES

December 12, 2011
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In a kingdom as peaceful as can be expected there resided a pair of rude princesses. Their similarities were so striking that there was only one way to tell them apart. Both were rude and nasty. However, Bess was rude, nasty and unkempt. Tess was rude, nasty and kempt. Their shared rudeness and nastiness was […]

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