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KAREN // @momopeche

Game geek, candyfreak, bad runner.  

EXPERTISE: Geography, Hip Hop, Dogs, Patrick Swayze, Scout


COLIN // @colin13

Cannot tolerate lines that are not 100% parallel or 100% perpendicular.

EXPERTISE: Classic Rock, Academy Awards, NBA, Star Wars, Sniper


DANA // @ItsKindaSweet

Kinda sweet, kinda hilarious. Game designer extraordinaire.  

EXPERTISE: Literature, Indie Rock, Pop Culture, New Zealand, Prince, Medic


CHRIS // @kobunheat

Walking retro videogame almanac. Ravenclaw.  

EXPERTISE: US government, James Taylor, videogames, Spy




We each prepared our own quiz segments to keep your noggin nimble and your reflexes rapid. Movies, literature, animal superlatives, famous final lines, and we have the most ridiculously awesome TV movie pitch (give us a call, SyFy channel!).

ALSO: Karen's trivia woes, MUSIC ROUND, Presi-dogs

RUNTIME: 47 minutes 44 seconds 



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    Formal study and acquisition of subjects is very necessary and required. Assignment writing the process of study done in the institutes and organized form is termed as the formal and civilized study.
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Reader Comments (4)

Re ants: My gut feeling is that if they're going about their business quietly, then it's a colony. If they're swarming up your leg and biting the crap out of you en masse, it's an army.

May 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDaisy

Re Poison Frogs: I decided to do a little research about the Golden Poison Dart Frog and I came across something a little bit interesting. It turns out that in the Scientific Classification of the frog the name is; Phylobates Terribilis. I assume it was named this because of its poisonous nature but i still find it interesting.

May 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTim C. is a good list of collective nouns. I didnt make it, But we having hanging up at a zoo I work at. Let me know if you have other interesting animal questions. I would love to help.

June 3, 2012 | Unregistered Commentergumby

Another great show! I work with, though sadly not while in the air, peregrine falcons and other raptors [started at the SF Zoo, BTW]. The 'stoop' of a peregrine falcon is currently accepted at 242.5+ mph: Aerospace engineers are still investigating their secrets. The ideal mathematical velocity is over 290+ mph.

Rock on, keep 'em coming.

July 20, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterIan Miyashiro

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