Sunday, 6 August 2017

Nik Nak’s Daily Teaser — 6-8-2017

Bleugh … !

I like my job … 

Really.

But Sundays … ?

Are a bit of a bugger!

As, in order to get in on time?

I was up at five.

Have you ever heard the phrase, “Don’t eat the yellow snow”?

Yeah … 

That’s what my eyeballs feel like … 


~≈É≈~

Let’s move on shall we?

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

Q1) Wilhelmina became the first ruling queen to address both Houses of the US congress: on 6th August, 1942.   Wilhelmina was queen of where: Spain, Germany or the Netherlands?
Q2) 6th August is Independence Day: in which Caribbean nation?
Q3) 6th August is Independence Day: in which South American nation?
Q4) The Little Boy bomb was dropped, on 6th August, 1945.   Onto which Japanese city?
Q5) Finally … which distinctly non-Italian American band played their farewell gig: on 6th August, 1996?
Here’s yesterday’s questions and answers … 

Q1) The first English colony in North America was establish by Sir Humphrey Gilbert: on 5th August, 1583.   Where was it: Newfoundland and Labrador, Virginia or South Carolina?
A1) Newfoundland and Labrador.
Q2) 5th August, 1975, saw the UK’s Forestry Commission announce what was spreading: English Oak Syndrome, Dutch Elm Disease or Belgian Pine Pestilence?
Q3) 5th August, 1926, saw who stay underwater for a record 91 minutes?
Q4) Three people were killed in an attack on a Greek airport: on 5th August, 1973.   Attack and airport, were in which Greek city?
A4) Athens.
Q5) Finally?   Which South African politician was jailed on 5th August, 1962?
Here’s a tune from someone who isn’t a Scout … 


And some poetry …
“My good blade carves the casques of men,

My tough lance thrusteth sure,

My strength is as the strength of ten,

Because my heart is pure.”
Sir Galahad, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 6 August 1809 – 6 October 1892.
Today’s questions will be answered in tomorrow’s teaser.

Have a good day.

And feel free to sing along with Barry … 






*        Actually, they’re open Sunday, as well, Olga.   That’s why I went for them in the first place: they were the only place open when I wanted to check prices … !   At ANY rate?   I hope your friend’s stay is a good one!   (Can you mention next Sunday’s Teaser to them, please?   If possible?   It’s Left Handers Day, and I always like to spread the word … !)


†        Oh, blimey, you’re Aloon, Debbi … !   Sorry, sorry!   :D   At ANY rate … ?   Did you ever here of an English band called Prefab Sprout?   Their frontman is Paddy McAloon … !

3 comments:

tim said...

hi pj
1. neterlands
2. jamaica
3. bolivia
4. hiroshima
5. ramones

cheers tim

Olga Nunez Miret said...

Q1) Netherlands
Q2) Jamaica
Q3) Bolivia
Q4) Hiroshima
Q5) The Ramones
Good to know. I'm with Vision Express and they do have shops in the big shopping malls but I've never realised if they are open on Sundays or bank holidays (I try to avoid shopping malls on such days).
My friends are Spanish and other than my goddaughter, they don't speak any English, but I'll try and share it around on the day (do remind me, just in case. That will be the last day to take the exam for the course I'm teaching and I suspect there could be last minute panic...)
It is a shame there were no jobs going that did not involve such long commute, but I know how things are...

Debbi said...

Oh my! We could very well be related!

Did I ever tell you that one member of the band that did "Innagaddadavida" (sp?) is a distant cousin of mine and my siblings? Amazing! :) Iron Butterfly! That was the band!

1. the Netherlands
2. Jamaica
3. Bolivia
4. Hiroshima
5. The Ramones (great band!)