Saturday, 23 July 2016

Nik Nak’s Daily Teaser — 23-7-2016

Good lord … 

What HAS happened to München?

I got home, last night, to the news that a lone gunman … was active in the German city of Munich.

Germany!

The last place I’d’ve expected to hear about a wandering gunman!

Quite what was going on, there?

I really couldn’t tell you.

My sympathies are going to the families of those killed.

My thoughts … ?

Are wondering about the man’s motives … 

~≈Â≈~
But let’s move on, shall we?

Yesterday’s Teaser saw Debbi* putting in her answers: scoring four 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 To, License and video … 

Q1) Prince Andrew, the Duke of York got married: on 23rd July, 1986.   To whom?
Q2) NASA announced the discovery of Kepler 452b: on 23rd July, 2015.   What is Kepler 452b: an Earth-like planet, a black-hole or a red giant?
Q3) 23rd July, 1947, saw the birth of singer and actor, David Essex.   He had a hit with Oh, What a Circus: a song from which musical?
Q4) Guitarist Saul Hudson, was born on 23rd July, 1965.   He’s better known as whom?
Q5) Finally … 23rd July, 1862, saw Henry Halleck take charge of which of the warring armies in the US Civil War: Union or Confederate?
Here’s yesterday’s questions and answers …
Q1) Jean Charles de Menezes was shot, on 22nd July, 2005.   De Menezes was shot, fleeing police at which London Underground station: Shepard’s Bush, Snaresbrook or Stockwell?
A1) Stockwell.
Q2) Alexander McKenzie reached the Pacific Ocean: on 22nd July, 1793.   After a transcontinental crossing of which country?
A2) Canada.
Q3) A British Crown Colony became self governing, on 22nd July, 1963.   Which colony: Sarawak, Tasmania, or Labuan?
A3) Sarawak.
Q4) 21st July, 1934, saw a noted bank robber shot outside the Biograph Theatre in Chicago.   Which bank robber?
A4) Public Enemy No. 1, John Dillinger.
Q5) Finally … the capital of New York was chartered: on 22nd July, 1686.   Which city IS the capital?
A5) Albany.
I’ll leave you with this thought …
“Men of power have not time to read; yet men who do not read are unfit for power.”
Michael Foot, 23 July 1913 – 3 March 2010.
And this tune … 


Have a nice day … 







*        No, why am I not surprised you’d notice THAT on, Debbi … ?   :D   At ANY rate?   I know there’s a few Audio Books audio books on iTunes.   As well as what LOOKS like a Dalek voice changer app for iOS.   (Jude think’s they’re too scary … )


2 comments:

Olga Nunez Miret said...

Q1) Sarah Ferguson
Q2) An Earth-like planet
Q3) Evita
Q4) Slash
Q5) Union
Not sure what the conversation was about but some of my books are available in Audiobook format in i-Tunes (I have some free codes but only for Audible UK and .com)
Terrible news, you're right.

Debbi said...

Hmmm ... interesting. I'll have to look for the radio shows on YouTube maybe. :)

You'd be surprised what comes up there.

1. Sarah Ferguson
2. an Earth-like planet (also known as an M-class planet! :))
3. Evita
4. Slash
5. Union