This week’s topic: the Human Body. Why? Because I’ll also be raising money for Back on My Feet, a terrific local charity. I’m looking to raise $500 to run in the Broad Street Run this weekend. Anything you want to spare, whether it’s a buck or twenty, is greatly appreciated.
Can’t make it out to the quiz but want to contribute? You can do so online here. Thanks, and hope to see ya this week!
Didn’t get enough this quizzo this week and wanna play again? Good news, I’m hosting a quiz Sunday at the Bards at 2 p.m. It’s for the Greater Philadelphia Diaper Bank, and the entry fee is either $10 or a bag of diapers. Fun quiz for a great cause, and yes, you score 5 JGTSpI points for showing up and we’ll also have points for teams finishing in the top 3. Hope to see you Sunday!
On what show would you have found a yellow van used by the Trotters Independent Trading Company?
We’ll be talking about planes, trains, automobiles, and nearly any other form of transportation you can think of this week at quizzo. Action starts tonight at Sidecar at 8 and O’Neals at 8. (Last week’s scores will be posted soon).
You’ll find what mansion at 2000 West Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee?
Trying an all new topic this week, Around the House. Whether it’s carpentry, plumbing, shows on the DIY network, or famous houses, we’ll be covering a lot of ground. Should be a fun quiz. See ya this week!
What 1930 Duke Ellington classic was covered by Nina Simone on her 1958 album, Little Girl Blue?
First of all, this week’s topic is “Colors”.
Secondly, we have a slight schedule change on Wednesday: Due to the Flyers playoff game, we’ll be moving the quiz back to 9:30 (or whenever the Flyers game ends). Which means that teams that typically get tables early won’t have them tmrw until after the Flyers game is over. But when the game ends I suspect we’ll have a clearing out of the hockey fans and tables will open up.
Everything else on as usual this week.
Here they are, our first scores of the 2018 Spring Season! And don’t worry, just because we’re 3 weeks in doesn’t mean your team can’t get back into the mix in a heartbeat. Plenty of chances to win in the coming weeks. I also hope to have a venue lined up in the next week.
Along with George Bissell, this man is credited with creating America’s first commercial oil well in Titusville in 1859. Who is he?