I have to admit, I’m mildly tired.
But there you go: that’s what happened when you have a late night.
I’m not complaining, too much, though.
I managed to get a few videos done for the blog.
AND … ?
Well, I also managed to sit down with the most recent episode of Dr Who spin off, Class.
Yes, I’ve two or three other series lined up.
Who doesn’t, in this age of binged-watched, box-sets?
But Class … ?
Is a bit special.
But let’s move on shall we?
Yesterday’s Teaser saw Olga* and Debbi† putting in their answers: with Olga scoring ten out of ten, and Debbi scoring nine.
Let’s see how everyone does with today’s questions, shall we?
Q1) 1st December is World AIDS Day. The condition was first observed in which year: 1980, 1981 or 1982?
Q2) 1st December saw Rosa Parks arrested for not giving up her seat on the bus: kick-starting the Civil Rights Movement in the process. In which year was this?
Q3) Papua New Guinea became self-governing: on 1st December, 1973. The nation is in which ocean?
Q4) The Antarctic Treaty was signed on 1st December, 1959. The agreement banned what, on the world’s most southern continent: espionage, military activity or cheese-making?
Q5) Finally … 1st December is the feast day of Saint Eligius. He’s the patron saint of what: snooker players, footballers or jockeys?
Here’s yesterday’s questions and answers …
Q1) 30th November is the feast day of Saint Andrew: patron saint of Scotland. He’s ALSO patron saint of which Filipino city?A1) Parañaque.
Q2) Some of Saint Andrew’s relics are kept in Saint Mary’s Roman Catholic Cathedral. That cathedral’s in which Scottish city?A2) Edinburgh.
Q3) That city is the famous host of the Fringe Festival: which usually occurs in which month?A3) August.
Q4) That city is Scotland’s second largest by population. What — again, by population — is Scotland’s largest city?A4) Glasgow.
Q5) Technically? The Queen is Queen Elizabeth the what of Scotland: 1st, 2nd or 3rd?A5) 2nd.
Q6) Scotland’s third largest city by population is Aberdeen. It’s also known as what: the Concrete Jungle, the Granite City or Marble Town?A6) The Granite City.
Q7) One of Scotland’s best know products is an alcoholic spirit. What’s the correct — Scottish — spelling of that drink’s name: whisky, whiskey or wisky?A7) Whisky. (Whiskey is the Irish version of the drink. ‘Wisky,’ I made up …)
Q8) That drink is traditionally measured in Drams. A dram is one sixteenth of a what: an ounce, gram or ton?A8) Ounce. (It’s ALSO a measure of shotgun shot, per shell.)
Q9) The SRT is the Scottish Register of what?A9) Tartans.
Q10) Finally … the high tech part of Scotland’s economy is called Silicon what?A10) Silicon Glen.
I’ll leave you with this thought …
“It bugs me when I see other managers getting top jobs and I know they’re not as good as me.”Neil Warnock, born 1st December, 1948.
And this song …
Have a good day …
* I know what you mean about organised, Olga! Christmas, work, social life, blogging: Ha! I don’t know how I manage! But the IBS … ? As I said to Debbi, yesterday, it wasn’t so much the food, that was the issue, as the stress: OK, an individual episode would be triggered by, I don’t know, a sausage, a chicken burger … but wasn’t necessarily the underlying cause.
† Yeah, I think I know there shape of THAT one, Debbi!!! I always meant to ask how the Dystonia therapy was going: I seem to recall you saying you were looking at some form of Acupuncture therapy … ?