THE EDNA MAE OLIVER KWIZ ANSWER

January 29, 2016

Each option offered is true.

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THE EDNA MAE OLIVER KWIZ

January 28, 2016

Edna Mae had: a. a statue of Charles Dickens in her garden, at which she tossed hoops. b. a cravat formerly belonging to Charles Dickens, which she used as a bookmark. c. an autographed portrait of Charles Dickens perched above the samovar on her dining room table. d. a stamp collection envied most particularly by […]

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THE ACCORDION KWIZ ANSWER

January 8, 2016

Guennivierre had the blacksmith banished from Camelot for inventing the accordion.

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THE ACCORDION KWIZ

January 7, 2016

The accordion was invented by: a. a sadistic fiend. b. Walter Accordion. c. the same demented guy who invented bagpipes. d. an otherwise nice blacksmith in Camelot. e. a lady of Spain.

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THE NED SPARKS KWIZ ANSWER

December 11, 2015

Ned’s Mom’s biscuits were the worst. You could drive nails with ’em.

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THE NED SPARKS KWIZ

December 10, 2015

Ned Sparks’ trademark pained expression: a. was the result of an unusual encounter with an otter. b. was the result of plastic surgery gone awry. c. happened whenever he thought of the biscuits his dear old mother used to make. d. was used to mask a much more pained expression indeed.

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THE CLAIRE TREVOR KWIZ ANSWER

December 4, 2015

Though it’s true that the merry-go-round was miniature, it was fully functional and adored by Claire’s troop of pet hamsters.

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THE CLAIRE TREVOR KWIZ

December 3, 2015
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During the filming of Stagecoach, Claire managed to: a. design and build a merry-go-round. b. sneak up unobserved behind John Ford every day and shout, “Boo!” c. win a substantial amount of cash playing poker with Donald Meek, John Carradine, and Andy Devine. d. steal and later return the stagecoach four times.

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THE CHARLES DARWIN KWIZ ANSWER

November 20, 2015

All of the answers are correct.

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THE CHARLES DARWIN KWIZ

November 19, 2015

As a youth, Charles Darwin: a. collected sand. b. thought more clearly when standing on his hands in the garden. c. was the local blacksmith’s benign nemesis. d. sometimes got up from the table and wandered off in the middle of a meal as if in a daze.

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