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03032010, 10:57 PM
15. The joker shot her legs so she could not walk (paralized), all in his plan to murder her father. After months of seclusion, she used her skills in computer sciences to become the Oracle.
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04092010, 10:39 AM
Has #28 been taken?
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07202010, 11:27 AM
Boy it's been awhile, but I decided to try and revive the trivia thread. Who's in?
Alright, I tallied up the previous ones that were answered correctly and here are the new scores. Score: Nephtysis  40 Delpenator  22 Dameria  11 zonedabone  11 Zack Strife  6 bjia56  5 zarfang8  4 shaydon  3 I'm going to mix it up and include some easily googlable questions and some not so much. So, here are the new questions: Q1: Who has the world record for the most patents? (1) Q2: You have a yard that is 10 feet long and 30 feet wide, bordered on one of the 30 foot sides by your house. You need to buy a fence for that yard to keep your dog in and your weird neighbors out. Sections fence cost $20 for every three feet of fence you need. How much will it cost you to fence your yard? Or is this a trick question? (3) Q3: You now need to paint your fence. Your fence is five feet tall. If a bucket of paint will cover 10 square feet and each bucket costs $15, how much will it cost to paint your fence? (Note: you only need to paint the side that faces inward, towards your yard. You don't care about the side that faces the weird neighbors.) (3) Q4: What is a dachsund? (1) Q5: Solve this riddle "A beast which fights invisibly,(4) Q6: Give one example of when a while true statement would get the job done better than a recursive if/else if method. (2) Q7: What was Yuri Gagarin's call sign in his legendary space flight? (2) Q8: What process revolutionized America (and quite possibly, the world) by making steel much easier to manufacture in the mid 1800s? (2) Q9: Can a chameleon look in two different directions? (1) Q10: Who invented polystyrene foam? (1) Have fun! 


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07202010, 01:26 PM
I'm going to mix it up and include some easily googlable questions and some not so much.
So, here are the new questions: Q1: Who has the world record for the most patents? (1) A: Shunpei Yamazaki Q2: You have a yard that is 10 feet long and 30 feet wide, bordered on one of the 30 foot sides by your house. You need to buy a fence for that yard to keep your dog in and your weird neighbors out. Sections fence cost $20 for every three feet of fence you need. How much will it cost you to fence your yard? Or is this a trick question? (3) A: $1000 Q3: You now need to paint your fence. Your fence is five feet tall. If a bucket of paint will cover 10 square feet and each bucket costs $15, how much will it cost to paint your fence? (Note: you only need to paint the side that faces inward, towards your yard. You don't care about the side that faces the weird neighbors.) (3) A: $7500 Q4: What is a dachsund? (1) A: a type of wiener dog Q5: Solve this riddle "A beast which fights invisibly,(4) Q6: Give one example of when a while true statement would get the job done better than a recursive if/else if method. (2) A: When executing code so many times that so much recursion would crash alice, or when you are accessing local variables that would be lost were you to enter a new method. Q7: What was Yuri Gagarin's call sign in his legendary space flight? (2) A: Kedr Q8: What process revolutionized America (and quite possibly, the world) by making steel much easier to manufacture in the mid 1800s? (2) A: They switched from using coal to coke. Q9: Can a chameleon look in two different directions? (1) A: Yes. It's eyes on on the side of it's head. Q10: Who invented polystyrene foam? (1) A: Eduard Simon was the first to isolate it. M.A.C.I.N.T.O.S.H.  Machine Always Crashes, If Not, The Operating System Hangs. You're *such* a mac person. 


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07202010, 04:49 PM
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Q2: You have a yard that is 10 feet long and 30 feet wide, bordered on one of the 30 foot sides by your house. You need to buy a fence for that yard to keep your dog in and your weird neighbors out. Sections fence cost $20 for every three feet of fence you need. How much will it cost you to fence your yard? Or is this a trick question? (3) Q3: You now need to paint your fence. Your fence is five feet tall. If a bucket of paint will cover 10 square feet and each bucket costs $15, how much will it cost to paint your fence? (Note: you only need to paint the side that faces inward, towards your yard. You don't care about the side that faces the weird neighbors.) (3) Q5: Solve this riddle "A beast which fights invisibly, subdues all creatures easily, hastens as its prey tries to flee, a precursor to death, you see." (4) Q8: What process revolutionized America (and quite possibly, the world) by making steel much easier to manufacture in the mid 1800s? (2) Q11: What is the most effective ingredient in most energy drinks? (1) Q12: What is a phytoplankton? Be specific. (2) Q13: Who called the Constitution a "frail and worthless fabric?" (2) Score: Nephtysis  40 Delpenator  22 zonedabone  18 Dameria  11 Zack Strife  6 bjia56  5 zarfang8  4 shaydon  3 



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