Forums
First  << 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20 >>  Last
Forum Main>>Fun & Games>> 'Pinky promise no Google' pub quiz thread.
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Kougami

ID: 1765261
Level: 20
Posts: 494
Score: 532
TCK~Kougami [1765261]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Mon Sep 09, 2013 01:19:51
Your turn!

cb242c0e-f705-c0da-1765261.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Zelda

ID: 1749748
Level: 20
Posts: 556
Score: 152
Zelda [1749748]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Mon Sep 09, 2013 01:22:37
um, What is the only water species that could possibly live for ever? If not eaten or killed in action.

Clue: it's not a big water species and it can be eaten.

poulad244eb.png
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Barbossa

ID: 1563474
Level: 53
Posts: 5108
Score: 3845
JUXBarbossa [1563474]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Mon Sep 09, 2013 01:23:40
Lobster

got a link to discovery or something like this lately


Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Zelda

ID: 1749748
Level: 20
Posts: 556
Score: 152
Zelda [1749748]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Mon Sep 09, 2013 01:44:33
Yay! Well done Your turn

poulad244eb.png
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Barbossa

ID: 1563474
Level: 53
Posts: 5108
Score: 3845
JUXBarbossa [1563474]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Mon Sep 09, 2013 01:56:42
thanks for prize

ok if you would go in 1947 on a trip to Germany and decide to visit Bavaria and drink few beers in Munich - under whos authority you would be? (I mean the occupied zones of Germany)

Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Kougami

ID: 1765261
Level: 20
Posts: 494
Score: 532
TCK~Kougami [1765261]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Mon Sep 09, 2013 04:21:16
Russian Communist jurisdiction?

cb242c0e-f705-c0da-1765261.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Neverwinter
ID: 1631508
Level: 34
Posts: 2526
Score: 2265
Neverwinter [1631508]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Mon Sep 09, 2013 04:28:42
US

wji4.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Barbossa

ID: 1563474
Level: 53
Posts: 5108
Score: 3845
JUXBarbossa [1563474]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:08:14
Neverwinter got it right

Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Neverwinter
ID: 1631508
Level: 34
Posts: 2526
Score: 2265
Neverwinter [1631508]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Mon Sep 09, 2013 13:53:54
You were sent $100,000 from b0ti_the_buster with the message: winner!

Thanks

wji4.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Zelda

ID: 1749748
Level: 20
Posts: 556
Score: 152
Zelda [1749748]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Mon Sep 09, 2013 23:42:13
Your question then

poulad244eb.png
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Blackbelt0610

ID: 521787
Level: 53
Posts: 1750
Score: 159
Blackbelt0610 [521787]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Tue Sep 10, 2013 04:08:06
Neverwinter said he thinking up one and will post it soon

Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Neverwinter
ID: 1631508
Level: 34
Posts: 2526
Score: 2265
Neverwinter [1631508]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Tue Sep 10, 2013 04:08:53
What are two supercontinents that were part of the Pangaea supercontinent

Last Edited: Tue Sep 10, 2013 04:09:14
wji4.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Kougami

ID: 1765261
Level: 20
Posts: 494
Score: 532
TCK~Kougami [1765261]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Tue Sep 10, 2013 06:36:03
Laurasia and Gondwanaland

cb242c0e-f705-c0da-1765261.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
CatHead

ID: 1581564
Level: 35
Posts: 3861
Score: 3585
BoWCatHead [1581564]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Tue Sep 10, 2013 10:51:31
Guilren seems to be an encyclopedia.

77b9b665-d95a-6578-1581564.png

^ RMB forum game. Click image to read more.
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Kougami

ID: 1765261
Level: 20
Posts: 494
Score: 532
TCK~Kougami [1765261]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Tue Sep 10, 2013 11:53:56
Blame my dad for making me watch so many documentaries when I was young...and me for making it a habit of watching at least one a week...

cb242c0e-f705-c0da-1765261.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Kougami

ID: 1765261
Level: 20
Posts: 494
Score: 532
TCK~Kougami [1765261]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Wed Sep 11, 2013 04:09:34
11/09/13
3:13:09 AM You were sent the item Toyota MR2 from Neverwinter with the message: Drive away with Knowledge

Differentiate sin(x) using first principals. Must show working.

EDIT: If a correct answer is not received in the next 48 hours, another question will be given. 50k bonus if answer is given in the next 12 hrs.

Last Edited: Wed Sep 11, 2013 05:45:48
cb242c0e-f705-c0da-1765261.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
CatHead

ID: 1581564
Level: 35
Posts: 3861
Score: 3585
BoWCatHead [1581564]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Wed Sep 11, 2013 04:49:02
i've never understood sin, cos and that... maths should be numbers.

77b9b665-d95a-6578-1581564.png

^ RMB forum game. Click image to read more.
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Neverwinter
ID: 1631508
Level: 34
Posts: 2526
Score: 2265
Neverwinter [1631508]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Wed Sep 11, 2013 05:25:49
By Cathead [1581564]
i've never understood sin, cos and that... maths should be numbers.


Exactly...By the way i forgot derivation....Although i can google it lol



wji4.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
QuiteMad

ID: 1748786
Level: 15
Posts: 98
Score: 89
CALCQuiteMad [1748786]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Wed Sep 11, 2013 08:48:07
It's been so long! I think the derivative of sin(x) is cos(x)dx. But what do you mean by first principal?

Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Kougami

ID: 1765261
Level: 20
Posts: 494
Score: 532
TCK~Kougami [1765261]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Wed Sep 11, 2013 10:39:20
Lol, the answer is wrong anyway but close. First principals means using the formula (f(x-h)-f(x))/f(h)

cb242c0e-f705-c0da-1765261.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Neverwinter
ID: 1631508
Level: 34
Posts: 2526
Score: 2265
Neverwinter [1631508]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Wed Sep 11, 2013 17:48:11
i also know it usint lt h>0 and taylor expansion, dont know its valid though

wji4.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
CatHead

ID: 1581564
Level: 35
Posts: 3861
Score: 3585
BoWCatHead [1581564]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Thu Sep 12, 2013 12:33:51
Ok, since this thread took a turn for the worse... I'm going to ask a question.

What are the three ingredients to tabasco sauce?

77b9b665-d95a-6578-1581564.png

^ RMB forum game. Click image to read more.
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Kougami

ID: 1765261
Level: 20
Posts: 494
Score: 532
TCK~Kougami [1765261]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Thu Sep 12, 2013 13:18:11
Damnit...why food?

cb242c0e-f705-c0da-1765261.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Neverwinter
ID: 1631508
Level: 34
Posts: 2526
Score: 2265
Neverwinter [1631508]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Thu Sep 12, 2013 13:54:21
Tabasco peppers, salt , vinegar

By the Way
"I love topic called food "

wji4.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
CatHead

ID: 1581564
Level: 35
Posts: 3861
Score: 3585
BoWCatHead [1581564]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Thu Sep 12, 2013 15:46:50
yay!

neverwinter is right.

Ask your question.

77b9b665-d95a-6578-1581564.png

^ RMB forum game. Click image to read more.
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Neverwinter
ID: 1631508
Level: 34
Posts: 2526
Score: 2265
Neverwinter [1631508]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Thu Sep 12, 2013 16:07:24
Coffee is originated from which country

wji4.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
The_Reputed

ID: 68232
Level: 39
Posts: 4344
Score: 3380
SoGThe_Reputed [68232]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Thu Sep 12, 2013 17:17:10
Idk, i would guess somewhere in africa since it grows so well near the equator, being in the carribean islands and South America but it definitely didn't come from there because coffee was a pretty big deal when it became an American market before US indepedence...

But i have no idea how long coffee has been popular...i think its safe to assume from a Euro-centric view that its discovery was before, or because of the naval exploration boom. Either way there was few trades going into Africa, so coastal africa makes more sense. I'll play it safe and guess Egypt or Ethiopia since those were both pretty big and important nations for Europe during multiple points of history and if it were Romans who first brought it to Europe then it would be from the Red Sea since the Atlantic wasn't something they explored heavily.

Egypt or Ethiopia

reward10_by_sweetblanca-d6ezxlp.gif
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
Neverwinter
ID: 1631508
Level: 34
Posts: 2526
Score: 2265
Neverwinter [1631508]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Fri Sep 13, 2013 00:22:18
Please post 1 guess lol

:P

Ethiopia is correct

Last Edited: Fri Sep 13, 2013 00:43:08
wji4.jpg
Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
BongZ
ID: 338261
Level: 27
Posts: 554
Score: 354
BongZ [338261]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Fri Sep 13, 2013 00:29:52
Colombia?

Super secret reinforced spam barrier 2.0
QuiteMad

ID: 1748786
Level: 15
Posts: 98
Score: 89
CALCQuiteMad [1748786]Reply | Quote | Report

Posted on Fri Sep 13, 2013 00:42:38
The origin story of coffee was that a goatherd found that the goats were extra energetic after eating the berries, after which he made it into a drink and discovered that it was awesome. I'd have guessed Ethiopia (but you said that's not right) so maybe somewhere like Saudi Arabia? Then coffee got popular, I think because the Muslim prophet wanted to encourage a drink that led to productivity rather than drunken falling over.

Forum Main>>Fun & Games>> 'Pinky promise no Google' pub quiz thread.
First  << 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20 >>  Last