Monday, 28 March 2016

The Daily Teaser — 28-3-2016

You know, I THINK one can over do the Easter eggs.

Well … 

Possibly overdo the Easter eggs.

At least, I think it is: going by how my teeth felt, yesterday.

Personally, though … ?   I have to add that my nephew, Jude — who’s five — isn’t a fan of chocolate.

He ended up with one of those Lego Ninjago toys: something I know he enjoyed.

To be frank … ?

I’m blowed if I know who got him THAT … !

~≈Ê≈~

But let’s move on, shall we?

Yesterday’s Teaser saw Debbi* putting in her answers: scoring six out of six in the process.

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

Here they are, along with the How To, License and video … 

Q1) 28th March, 1965, saw a civil rights rally reach Montgomery, in Alabama.   Which doctor led that rally?
Q2) 28th March, 1972, saw the birth of actor and comedian, Nick Frost.   In which series did he play space commander, Michael Henderson?
Q3) 28th March, 1920, saw silent movie star, Mary Pickford, get married: to whom?
Q4) 28th March, 1871, saw the first meeting of the ruling council of what: the League of Nations, the Paris Commune or the Republic of Haiti?
Q5) Finally … Which German occupied French port was successfully raided by Britain’s Royal Navy: on 28th March, 1942?
Here’s yesterday’s questions and answers …
Q1) 27th March, 1998, saw the US Food and Drug Administration approve the use of Sildenafil.   To treat what: heartburn, male impotence or migraines?
Q2) More to the point, Sildenafil is better known as what?
A2) Viagra.   (Although it’s also branded as Revatio.)
Q3) Britain started the creation of an artificial reef, on 27th March, 2004: by sinking the HMS Scylla.   Off the coast of which English county?
A3) Cornwall.
Q4) 27th March, 1915, saw Mary Mallon quarantined: as the world’s first healthy carrier of which disease?
A4) Typhoid.   (Indeed, she was known as Typhoid Mary.)
Q5) 27th March, 1994, saw the maiden flight of what was then called the Euro-fighter.   It’s know known — in the UK, at least — as the what: Typhoon, Taiwan or Tai Chi?
A5) The Typhoon.
Q6) Finally … 27th March, 1914, saw the birth of actor, Richard Denning.   In which of his films did he play Dr Mark Williams?
I’ll leave you with this thought …
“Just as we cannot stop the movement of the heavens, revolving as they do with such speed, so we cannot restrain our thought.”

Teresa of Ávila, 28 March 1515 – 4 October 1582.
And this tune … 


Have a good day!










*        Hell of a talent, as well, Debbi: but what CAN I tell you?   Apart from the fact depression can be bloody nasty?

2 comments:

Olga Nunez Miret said...

Q1) Dr Martin Luther King
Q2) Hyperdrive
Q3) Douglas Fairbanks
Q4) The Paris Commune
Q5) Saint-Nazaire
I missed your post yesterday. I hope you have a great week! I'm going back to the UK on Thursday but hopefully will catch up later.

Debbi said...

That it can! :)

1. Martin Luther King, Jr.
2. Hyperdrive
3. Douglas Fairbanks
4. the Paris Commune
5. St. Nazaire