Monday’s questions were:
1. What did Simon & Garfunkel call themselves when they recorded their first top 50 hit, Hey Schoolgirl, in 1957?
2. Who said: Too often the desire for peace has been expressed by women while the stewardship of the mechanisms which are used to attempt to secure peace in the short and medium term are dominated by male decision-making structures and informal arrangements. This must change.
3. Who wrote Chance Is A Fine Thing?
4. Which city would you be in if you were standing in the Plaza de Mayo and looking at the Casa Rosada?
5. Which is New Zealand’s deepest lake?
Paul Tremewan gets an electronic bunch of flowers for a perfect score – the second week in a row someone’s got the lot.
Swinestein gets a point for one right and a bonus for additional information.
Gravedodger gets two points for correct answers and a bonus for making me smile with the response to question 2.
Ed gets two correct and also gets a bonus for more information.
PDM – if you follow the link below you’ll find more about Lake Hauroko which is in Western Southland and it’s 463 metres deep.
Tuesday’s answers follow the break.
1. Tom & Jerry
2. Jenny Shipley
3. Philip Temple – it’s his autobiogrpahy which was published this year.
4. Buenos Aires. Casa Rosada means Pink House and it’s the Presidential Palace.
5. Lake Hauroko