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August 29, 2006

Annika's Jeopardy, Round 29

Leif is leading the pack with $1900; D-Rod and Tuning Spork are tied with $1500; Shelly has $1000; Victor has $700; Law Fairy has $500; Maximum Leader, KG and Blu have $300 each; Matt of Overtaken By Events and Trint have $200 each; Drake Steel, TBinSTL and SkippyStalin have $100 each.

The category is "Anal Bum Covers," for $300.


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Rubric: Dumb-Ass Quizzes



(oh, yeah-- BZZZT)

Who is Spinal Tap (assuming the question has to refer to the "they" in your clue)?


What is "The Black Album" (in reference to the alternative to the original concept for "Smell the Glove")?

Harry Enos

Posted by: Kevin Kim on Aug. 30, 2006


What is a naked, greased woman on all fours with a leash around her neck with a man pressing a black glove into her face to smell?

Posted by: Leif on Aug. 30, 2006

An awesome answer would've really been, "None. None more black."

Posted by: Leif on Aug. 30, 2006

Leif, and to think I once argued that modernity has killed romance...

lol :)

Posted by: The Law Fairy on Aug. 30, 2006


What is "Smell The Glove" by Spinal Tap?

Posted by: Tuning Spork on Aug. 30, 2006

Big Hominid makes an appearance, yay! i guess it must have been the category title which drew you out of hiding!

; )

Kevin has the correct response. Since there's only one clue left, control of the board is not applicable. the last clue will be in the category "Dicks" for $100.

Posted by: annika on Aug. 30, 2006

Kevin, you weirdo.

You are still weird, aren't you?

Posted by: shelly on Aug. 30, 2006

It's a good thing I don't have to choose: I wouldn't have wanted to declare, in my best Peter O'Toole voice:

"Annika, I shall take 'dicks' for one hundred dollars, please!"

It's the singular talent of all beautiful women that they can make a man beg for what he already has.

This game moves on into Double Jeopardy now, right?

I'm not planning on competing; I simply wandered in and saw a question I could answer. I might stick around if I see categories like "Theologies of Religious Pluralism" or "Hua-yen Metaphysics," along with clues like:

1. He's the patriarch who claimed there was no mirror, and nothing on which the dust could settle.

2. His 2002 book described a holographic model of religious pluralism.

3. She's the world-famous Islam expert who sounds suspiciously like Julia Child.

4. He is the most famous proponent of the "convergent" model of religious pluralism.

5. A Sankskrit word that translates roughly as "skillful/appropriate/expedient means."

6. The cosmic law to which, according to Buddhists and many Hindus, even the Judeo-Christian God is subject.

7. The logical principle which, according to thinkers like Aquinas and countless theistic analytical philosophers, even the Judeo-Christian God cannot defy.

8. In Chinese Buddhism, "enlightenment" is referred to as "attaining the Tao," a decidedly different concept from this, the original Sanksrit/Pali term.

Shelly, I'm still weird.

And while I'm weirding, let me throw out some possible category names for Double Jeopardy.

Women and Multiples
Why We Love Pigeons
Spit or Swallow
Sex in the Middle Ages
Cock Rings of Feudal Japan
Churchill's Blood Alcohol Content
Giuliani in '08
Fundamentalist Bloopers
Condi's Suitors
Democrats and Star Trek
Republicans and Lord of the Rings
Sikh and Twisted
Bush or No Bush?
The Mystery of Bruce Campbell
Awesome Fight Scenes
Random Suburban Shit
Hoffa's Legacy
Proper English
Bukowski vs. Carlin
Tom Cruise's Brain and Katie Holmes's Uterus


Posted by: Kevin Kim on Aug. 31, 2006