Thursday’s questions were:
1. Who wrote the book April Fools Day about his son who was a haemophiliac and contrated Aids through a blood transfusion?
2. Who said: “It may seem a strange principle to enunciate as the very first requirement in a Hospital that it should do the sick no harm.”?
3. It’s chien inFrench, cane in Italian, perro in Spanish and kuri in Maori, what is it in English?
4. What’s the capital of Uruguay?
5. Which group sang Dance All Around the World?
Points for answers:
Inventory 2 got four and a bonus for knowing Blerta’s whole name, earning an electronic batch of biscuits.
Cadwallader got three and a bonus for naming band members.
Andrei got four and a bonus for extra information which also earn an electronic batch of biscuits (but don’t write the book off, it was written nearly 20 years ago and is still a good read).
Paul got four with bonuses for extra information and [ h]umour ( doesn’t work as [H] one did- Ed) which earns an extra big electronic batch of biscuits (enough to share with Sonny Bill).
Adam got three.
Answers follow the break:
1. Bryce Courtney.
2. Florence Nightingale (because yesterday was international nurses’ day).