Sunday, 19 February 2017

Nik Nak’s Daily Teaser — 19-2-2017

Ye gods, I’m tired … !

That’s the perils of manning the phone for ten hours.

AND getting up to go back to work for another seven … ?

Par for the course!

I can at least say one thing.

I’ve got a teapot: and I know how to use it … !


~≈Ê≈~

But let’s move on, shall we?

Yesterday’s Teaser saw Trevor* 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’s they are, along with the How To, License and video

Q1) Government vets set up exclusions zones around an abattoir in Essex: as a result of suspected cases of Foot and Mouth disease.   On 19th February of which year?
Q2) Pedro Lascurain became president of Mexico, on 19th February, 1913.   for how long: 30 minutes, 45 minutes or one hour?
Q3) The first Bollingen Prize in Poetry was awarded on 19th February, 1949.   To whom: Ezra Pound, Walt Whitman or T. S. Eliot?
Q4) Nicolaus Copernicus was born on 19th February, 1473.   The astronomer was born in what’s now which country?
Q5) Finally … President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed executive order 9066, on 19th February, 1942.   The order interned whom: German Americans, Italian Americans or Japanese Americans.
Here’s yesterday’s questions and answers …

Q1) 18th February, 1943, saw the Gestapo arrest members of Germany’s Resistance group.   The group was known as the White what movement?
A1) The White Rose.
Q2) The first Church of Scientology was opened: on 18th February, 1954.   In which US city?
A2) Los Angeles.
Q3) 18th February, 2013, saw a major diamond heist take place.   At which city’s airport: London’s, Brussels or Rome’s?
A3) Brussels.
Q4) 18th February, 1906, saw the birth of Hans Asperger.   The syndrome named for him is a type of what: dementia, autism or psychosis?
A4) Autism.
Q5) Which country became independent of the UK: on 18th February, 1965?
A5) The Gambia.
I’ll leave you with this thought …
“Hollywood don’t always pay a lot of money. Because we’re English they think we’re cheap!”
Ray Winstone, born 19th February, 1957.
And this song …


Have a good … *yawn* … day … !




*        That’s a thought, Trevor … have you thought about a blog?   Be handy to have an extra one, to go with Olga and Debbi’s.

†        Always the way, Debbi, with movies!   At any rate, pencilling in something would be handy!   (You notice Trevor hasn’t flounced, this morning?   What do we do if he sashays?)

3 comments:

Olga Nunez Miret said...

Yes, I know how difficult it is to get time to watch anything. The only way I can manage is by disconnecting everything once I have achieved whatever I was trying to do for the day (that's if I manage). My friend is working tonight and her husband and daughter are going back to school so I might get a bit longer tomorrow morning to catch up on things. Perhaps even the teaser!
Do take lots of care (ah, and I agree with your comments on Donald Trump. The world is becoming a very scary place.

trev-v said...

a1 2001

a2 45 minutes

a3 Ezra Pound

a4 Poland

a5 Japanese Americans

Debbi said...

Let us not go there! :)

1. 2001
2. 45 minutes
3. Ezra Pound
4. Poland
5. Japanese Americans