The Not SO Easy Stuff, but still easy - Page 29




 
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Boots
 
May 30th, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
Score:
Redleg: 4
Redneck: 18
FutureRANGER: 98
Sherman: 5
Bunyap: 10
Kidneyman: 22
Rick90467: 9
Mark Conley: 38
Animal Mother: 17
Jamoni: 7
IrishWizard: 60
TheSunsetSniper: 25
DTop: 3
hc^patonki: 2
Devil_Dog17: 1
redlegs44: 2
Raziel:7
NCdt Steliga: 30
MunitionsAirman: 9
Locke: 2
nulli secundus: 4

Bonus Questions
1. Who is Brian Jacques?
New Questions
1. What is a printer?
2. What is a yak?
3. Who is Martin Luther?
4. What ist the capital of Congo?
5. What is anthropology
May 30th, 2004  
FutureRANGER
 
 
BQ1) The British dude that writes those Redwall books. Knew I recognized his name somewhere.
May 30th, 2004  
IrishWizard
 
NQ1: A printer is a machine that is usually hooked up to a computer and prints out documents, and other images or writings onto a piece of paper.

NQ2: A yak is a type of moose I believe.

NQ3: Martin Luther was a german evangelist who nailed I believe the 95 Theses to the wall of teh church. His followers today are called Lutherans.

NQ4: Congo City? lol

NQ5: Study of hair removal? haha
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Boots
May 30th, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
Score:
Redleg: 4
Redneck: 18
FutureRANGER: 99
Sherman: 5
Bunyap: 10
Kidneyman: 22
Rick90467: 9
Mark Conley: 38
Animal Mother: 17
Jamoni: 7
IrishWizard: 63
TheSunsetSniper: 25
DTop: 3
hc^patonki: 2
Devil_Dog17: 1
redlegs44: 2
Raziel:7
NCdt Steliga: 30
MunitionsAirman: 9
Locke: 2
nulli secundus: 4

Bonus Questions
1. What ist the capital of Congo?
2. What is anthropology
New Questions
1. What is the capital of Czech Republic?
2. Who is Orllando Bloom?
3. What is Winnie the Pooh?
4. What is chiton?
5. What is glue made of?
May 30th, 2004  
si6
 
 
bq1 =Brazzaville
bq2=Anthropology is the study of origins of human beings and their cultures worldwide.
q1=prague
q2=actor
q3=disney charicter
q4=shellfish
q5=A transparent, almost pure gelatin prepared from the air bladder of the sturgeon and certain other fishes and used as an adhesive and a clarifying agent.

hope these are all correct...i googled them all

si6
May 30th, 2004  
FutureRANGER
 
 
I thought glue is made out of horse.
May 31st, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
Score:
Redleg: 4
Redneck: 18
FutureRANGER: 99
Sherman: 5
Bunyap: 10
Kidneyman: 22
Rick90467: 9
Mark Conley: 38
Animal Mother: 17
Jamoni: 7
IrishWizard: 63
TheSunsetSniper: 25
DTop: 3
hc^patonki: 2
Devil_Dog17: 1
redlegs44: 2
Raziel:7
NCdt Steliga: 30
MunitionsAirman: 9
Locke: 2
nulli secundus: 4
si6: 7

New Questions
1. What is the capital of Ghana?
2. What is Algebra?
3. Who is Winston Churchill?
4. Who first discovered electricity?
5. What is an otter?
May 31st, 2004  
FutureRANGER
 
 
NQ3) Prime Minister of Britain from 1940-45.
May 31st, 2004  
si6
 
 
nq1=Accra

nq2= Algebra is the most basic branch of mathematics. It explains the laws that govern the other branches. Branches include arithmetic, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. Simple algebra is concerned with the "laws" of arithmetic. For example, we can multiply two numbers either way and get the same answer. Source: Children's Encyclopedia Britannica vol.1, p.159, 1989.

nq3=... Winston Churchill. SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, (1874-1965), British leader.
English on his father's side, American on his mother's,

nq4=The fact that amber acquires the power to attract light objects when rubbed may have been known to the Greek philosopher Thales of Miletus, who lived about 600 BC. Another Greek philosopher, Theophrastus, in a treatise written about three centuries later, stated that this power is also possessed by other substances. Magnetism was also known to the ancients. The mineral magnetite, according to a legend written by Pliny, was so named because of a shepherd named Magnes, who first discovered the mineral on Mount Ida by noting that the nails of his shoes and the iron ferrule of his staff adhered to the ground. More likely, it acquired its name due to a prominent deposit of the mineral located in Magnesia along the Macedonian border. In either case, the mineral is highly magnetic and eventually found use in the mariner's compass (although such use was highly suspicious and often considered a device of the devil). The first scientific study of electrical and magnetic phenomena, however, did not appear until AD 1600, when the researches of the English physician William Gilbert were published. Gilbert was the first to apply the term electric (Greek elektron, "amber") to the force that such substances exert after rubbing. He also distinguished between magnetic and electric action.

nq5=A sea otter is a marine mammal that lives in coastal waters in the central and north Pacific Ocean. It is the smallest marine mammal in North America and is about 4 feet long. Female otters weigh an average of 45 pounds and male otters weigh an average of 65 pounds. Sea otters live an average of 10-11 years.

Any Questions???
May 31st, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
Score:
Redleg: 4
Redneck: 18
FutureRANGER: 100
Sherman: 5
Bunyap: 10
Kidneyman: 22
Rick90467: 9
Mark Conley: 38
Animal Mother: 17
Jamoni: 7
IrishWizard: 63
TheSunsetSniper: 25
DTop: 3
hc^patonki: 2
Devil_Dog17: 1
redlegs44: 2
Raziel:7
NCdt Steliga: 30
MunitionsAirman: 9
Locke: 2
nulli secundus: 4
si6: 11

New Questions
1. What is the capital of Greece?
2. What is shampoo made of?
3. Who is Eminem?
4. What is an epic poem?
5. What are glasses?