Monday, 14 December 2015

The Daily Teaser — 14-12-2015

Oooooohhhh, but that’s good … 

Right now … ?   Right now I’ve just managed to get myself my first cup of tea of the morning.

Frankly, the caffeine’s welcome.

Initially … ?   Well, initially, today was going to be a day off.

Until yesterday, that is.

When one co-worker had to pull out of the shift he’s was scheduled for.

I’m happy to fill in, given notice: and happily did.   The extra money’s welcome.

THEN I managed to get to bed, last night, at about midnight.   After all, doing a shift, today, meant catching up with Teaser writing, and emailing BT about my broadband usage.

The latter’s on-going: I seem to have used a lot more, in the past few months, so was emailing them to clear up on a point.

At any rate … ?

It means, this morning … ?

Well … 

That caffeine’s definitely welcome … !

~≈Â≈~

But let’s move on, shall we?

Yesterday’s Teaser saw both Olga* and Debbi† putting in their answers: with both scoring five out of five.

Let’s see how everyone does with today’s questions, shall we?

Here they are, along with the How ToLicense and video … 

Q1) The Santiago Bernabau Stadium staged its first game of football.   Which Spanish club is the Bernabau home to?
Q2) 28 people were shot, at the Sandy Hook Elementary School: on 14th December, 2012.   The school, and the town it’s in, are in which US state?
Q3) The Millau Viaduct, the world’s tallest bridge, was inaugurated on 14th December, 2004.   The bridge is in which European country?
Q4) 14th December, 1935, saw the birth of actress, Lee Remick.   In which 1976 film did she play Katherine Thorn?
Q5) 14th December, 1546, saw the birth of astronomer, Tyco Brahe.   Famously, he had an artificial what: leg, nose or hand?
Here’s yesterday’s questions and answers …
Q1) 13th December, 1988, saw Yasser Arafat give a speech to the UN General Assembly.   In a meeting, where: Geneva, New York or Cairo?
A1) Geneva.
Q2) The prisoners known as the Texas Seven, escaped from a prison in Texas: on 13th December, 2000.   They were recaptured: after help from which US TV show?
Q3) The Sansad Bhavan building was attacked by terrorists: on 13th December, 2001.   The building is the home of which country’s Parliament?
A3) India’s.
Q4) Steve Buscemi was born on the 13th December, 1957.   In which TV series did he play Nucky Thompson?
Q5) Finally … An American In Paris had its debut performance: on 13th December, 1928.   Who wrote it?
I’ll leave you with this thought … 
“We have this extraordinary conceit in the West that while we’ve been hard at work in the creation of technological wizardry and innovation, somehow the other cultures of the world have been intellectually idle.   Nothing could be further from the truth.”
Wade Davis, born December 14, 1953.
And this song … 


Enjoy your day.






















*        I think you’re right, there, Olga: I seem to remember checking the weather app on my phone, and saw it reading 5°C.   It’s getting nippy … 

†        I know, Debbi! :D   I THINK I’ve finished that Christmas shopping, by the way.   Jude’s going to get lot’s of stuff.   (Bless him, he keep’s saying he’ll get me a new Mac.   I wish … !)

2 comments:

Debbi said...

I'm done with mine, too. Thank God! :)

1. Real Madrid Club de Fútbol
2. Connecticut
3. France
4. The Omen
5. nose

Olga Nunez Miret said...

Q1) It’s Bernabéu. Real Madrid.
Q2) Connecticut
Q3) France
Q4) The Omen.
Q5) Nose (Fabulous. If he had a duel because of a mathematical disagreement… )
I hope you have some rest…