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    Is it still my question?

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    Maybe it is.

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    Is it my turn now?
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    Andrew, I just knew you'd be one of the first people to post when we went back online...in Budo Fun, of course. Am I psychic?
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    Not Anymore.

    Who played Lumpy on "Leave it to Beaver?"

    That's my standard when I'm in a business meeting and they ask if there are any questions.
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    You knew that name wasn't listed on IMDb for Leave it to Beaver(1957), didn't you! Fortunately, the nickname is shown on the 1997 version, so working back that gives Carence "Lumpy" Rutherford, played by Frank Bank in 1957.

    Why have I had to look this up on IMDb?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tripitaka of AA View Post
    You knew that name wasn't listed on IMDb for Leave it to Beaver(1957), didn't you! Fortunately, the nickname is shown on the 1997 version, so working back that gives Carence "Lumpy" Rutherford, played by Frank Bank in 1957.

    Why have I had to look this up on IMDb?
    Because you likely have never viewed even a single episode of the original "Leave it to Beaver," seeing as that artificial construct of American television family life would be so far beyond the life experience of a Yorkshireman, so as to be totally alien (as in, from another planet).

    So, what were three of the Funland attractions, in the very first episode of "Father Ted"?
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    Spot on, Cady. As for Father Ted, when I first saw it I thought it was some weird relic from a previous decade (although it was brand new at the time). I loved it but haven't seen an episode in a very long time. Wiki cheater me says;
    When they arrive at 'Fun Land' it is shown in reality to be an extremely boring place with highly peculiar attractions. These include A Spider-Baby, Tarot Reading, The Ladder, Freak Pointing, Whirly Go Round, The Pond Of Terror, Goad The Fierce Man, Car Rides, Spinning Cat, The Crane Of Death, Duck Startling, and last but not least, The Tunnel Of Goats.
    Has any couple had sexual intercourse outside the earth's atmosphere?
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    According to NASA in a web program interview, no.

    Recite the rules for the popular game of Mornington Crescent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by william northcote View Post
    According to NASA in a web program interview, no.

    Recite the rules for the popular game of Mornington Crescent.
    "There are no rules."

    The original Barbie doll, available in blonde or brunette, wasn't called "Barbie." What was her name?
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    Quote Originally Posted by william northcote View Post
    Just to add Jeff...

    http://www.isihac.co.uk/games/mcvariations/

    And the answer is Lilli.
    A Canadian city lies south of a major U.S. city.

    What's are the U.S. and Canadian cities of which I speak?
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    Windsor lies south of Detroit.

    How many legs does an octopus have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew S View Post
    How many legs does an octopus have?
    Two. The other six tentacles are arms.

    (It used to be thought that they had six legs and two arms, but more recent research shows that most octopi only use two for locomotion most of the time, and six for manipulating objects and other "arm-like" tasks.)

    What event took place in New Haven, Connecticut in 1882 that was to have a major impact in the European Theater in WWII?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Owens View Post
    Two. The other six tentacles are arms.

    (It used to be thought that they had six legs and two arms, but more recent research shows that most octopi only use two for locomotion most of the time, and six for manipulating objects and other "arm-like" tasks.)
    Actually, they don't have any legs; it is generally agreed that they have eight arms.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Owens View Post
    What event took place in New Haven, Connecticut in 1882 that was to have a major impact in the European Theater in WWII?
    My Google-Fu powers are not strong enough yet, but I'm hazzarding a guess that it is something to do with the founding of the Knights of Columbus.
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