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July 22, 2005

Jeopardy With annika, Round 11

Casca has $900 so far. Victor has $800 and Skippystalin has $400. The category is "Places That Suck," for 200.


Posted by annika, Jul. 22, 2005 | TrackBack (0)
Rubric: Dumb-Ass Quizzes



What is Los Angeles?

Posted by: skippystalin on Jul. 22, 2005

What is Paris, France?

BTW, I count me in second--Casca has 900.

Posted by: Victor on Jul. 22, 2005

(beep beep)

What is Sacramento?

Posted by: d-rod on Jul. 22, 2005

Where the 405 meets the 101?

Posted by: Wayne on Jul. 22, 2005

Yeah Wayne, I got stuck in that shit for an hour Saturday night at ten pm, and then went north (or was it west?)ending up in fucking Encino instead of Toluca Lake!

Posted by: d-rod on Jul. 22, 2005

/dialing friends phone, which is set on vibrate/
vvvvvvvvvv... vvvvvvvvv... aughhhhh!

What is Boston?

Posted by: Trevor on Jul. 22, 2005


"What is dowtown Lima, Peru?"

Seriously, jammed packed, narrow streets, no traffic lights, and no traffic signs. Right of way is determined by blaring your horn through the intersections...

Posted by: Robbie on Jul. 22, 2005

Dang, Trevor, forgot about Beantown. I remember sitting in a bar for thirty minutes, watching a car move about ten feet that whole time, during PM rush hour.

But I'm not sure annika has been there.

Posted by: Victor on Jul. 22, 2005

What is San Francisco?

I was going to pick LA - got stuck forever on the 5 between downtown and the 91 - but that was already taken.

Posted by: Tony on Jul. 22, 2005

D-Rod is correct. The worst traffic jam i've been (that didn't involve some sort of major accident or mishap, just normal traffic) was in Honolulu. But Sacramento has consisntently bad traffic. it's like the perfect storm for traffic. Sudden population growth, poor city planning, incompetent city government, two rivers that create bottlenecks, narrow freeways and bad drivers all contribute. There are no alternate routes. In the bay area, there's great public transportation, and in LA, they at least make an effort to alleviate traffic, plus there's lots of hidden alternate routes. i haven't driven in Boston or any of the other big east coast cities. i tried driving in NYC once, that was an experience i don't want to try again.

Anyways, D-Rod has control of the board.

Posted by: annika trebek on Jul. 22, 2005

I'll take "people annika would like to meat" for three, please.

Posted by: d-rod on Jul. 22, 2005

I'm officially protesting this charade of a game, you either gotta know Annika or be a long-time (like to the inception) reader of this blog....

This is some bullshit, man.

Posted by: Jason O. on Jul. 22, 2005

Can I change the category "People annika Would Like to Meet" to "Crying Crybabies and the big fat Crybabies who Cry like Babies"?

Posted by: Victor on Jul. 22, 2005

Jason, you don't have to be a long time reader to know that i hate Sacramento. You just have to have been to Sacramento.

Posted by: annika on Jul. 22, 2005

Anyone who has been to Rome knows the traffic there is nightmarish.

Posted by: Mark on Jul. 23, 2005

DC traffic sucks too...

Posted by: nikita demosthenes on Jul. 23, 2005

What is Baghdad, Iraq? (The question doesn't say 'seen in person')

Posted by: James on Jul. 24, 2005

What is San Francisco.

Or Seattle, second worst, but more parking spaces.

Posted by: Christopher Taylor on Jul. 24, 2005