Monday, 18 January 2016

The Daily Teaser — 18-1-2016

Amazing … 

It’s Monday … 


Which I, personally, am grateful for: although QUITE what my five-year-old, Jude, would be telling you at the moment, I don’t know.

Probably that it’s a stinky poo-head, if I know him!

At any rate, it’s possibly good news: it means there’s less chance of problems with public transport.

Tonight … is the official Works Christmas do: bowling in Romford, so you know.

Frankly … ?

I’m looking forward to the night out … 


But let’s move on, shall we?

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

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

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

Q1) 18th January, 1943, saw the start of a Jewish upraising: in a ghetto in which city?
Q2) 18th January, 1919, saw the founding of Bentley Motors.   But in which part of London: Cricklewood, Dollis Hill or Kilburn?
Q3) Wilhelm 1st was named as Emperor of Germany, on 19th January, 1871.   This marks the period Germans call what: the First, Second or Third Reich?
Q4) Albert De Salvo was convicted on various charges of rape, on 18th January, 1967.   He was also linked to the murders committed by which unidentified killer?
Q5) Finally … 18th January, 1963, saw the death of Hugh Gaitskill.   Gaitskill led which British political party: Labour, Liberal or Conservative?
Here’s yesterday’s questions and answers …
Q1) 17th January, 1964, saw the birth of First Lady, Michelle Obama.   She and husband, President Obama, met when both were working at Sidley Austin.   The company is what: a pharmaceutical company, law firm or caterers?
A1) A law firm.
Q2) 17th January, 1966, saw the birth of musician, Rexton Gordon.   Mr Gordon is better known as which toaster?
Q3) E. C. Segar’s best known creation debuted: on the 17th January, 1929.   Who WAS that creation?
A3) Popeye.   (To paraphrase Wimpy … ?   If you do my Teasers, today, I’ll GLADLY tell you the answers on Wednesday.)
Q4) The first meeting of the UN Security Council was held on 17th January: of which year?
A4) 1946.
Q5) Finally … 17th January, 1977, saw the first execution in the US: for a decade.   Of whom?
I’ll leave you with this thought …
“I could have signed for Newcastle when I was 17, but I decided I would be better off at Carlisle. I’d had a drink that night.”
Peter Beardsley, born 18 January 1961.
And this tune … 

Have a good day … 

*        We‘ve STILL got no snow, Olga: I’m happy, means the trains aren’t going to be delayed.   (I’ve not been bowling for a while …)

†      Be good to have an extra pair of hands in, Debbi!   Did I mention the works do?   I’m getting mental images of John Goodman … 


Olga Nunez Miret said...

Q1) Warsaw
Q2) Cricklewood (I didn’t know that’s where they started. I drive through there when I go to visit my relatives in Kilburn)
Q3) Second Reich
Q4) The Boston Strangler
Q5) Gaitskell, I think. Labour.
I hope you have a great time!

Debbi said...

Ah, bowling! Rick used to bowl duckpins! A form of the game that's somewhat confined to Maryland now.

1. Warsaw
2. Cricklewood
3. First Reich
4. the Boston Strangler
5. Labour