Thursday’s quiz

Lack of sleep isn’t conducive to question setting so I’m leaving it up to you.

Anyone who stumps everyone will win an electronic chocolate cake.

8 Responses to Thursday’s quiz

  1. inventory2 says:

    Here’s one that no-one has yet been able to answer to my satisfaction; what are this Saturday’s winning Lotto numbers?

  2. Bulaman says:

    I bought that ticket yesterday. It’s yours for 5 mill up front.. Also can do a rather nice line in bridges

  3. Andrei says:

    Let me try and use Ele’s format for this weeks Thursday Quizz that withdrawal for TQ addicts might be mitigated

    (1) Who said

    They’re thinking of turning the peasant into an educated man. Why, first of all they should make him a good and prosperous farmer and then he’ll learn all that is necessary for him to know

    ?

    (2) Phil Amos was a Minister in the Third Labour Government. What was his portfolio?

    (3) It’s saggezza in Italian, sagesse in French,
    sabiduría
    in Spanish and мудрость in Russian what is it in English?

    (4) What are the Third molars more usually known as?

    (5) Is there any real point in gaining NCEA credits in Media Studies?

  4. pdm says:

    Andrei’s quiz.
    1 .Poet – John Keats.
    2. Education
    3. Pass
    4. Eye teeth
    5. Yes – without it what would all those sycophantic left wing journalsts do in the real world.

  5. Paul Walker says:

    A question:

    Who was it that invented the “Folk Theorem” in game theory?

  6. Andrei says:

    I don’t know but let me guess that it might be the guy played by Russel Crowe – John Nash, the only game theorist whose name I know

  7. Andrei’s Quiz
    1] Pass
    2] Pass
    3] Sagacity
    4] Wisdom teeth
    5] yes, because it is easy credits to pad out the total

  8. homepaddock says:

    Hmm – I see how the theme helps.
    1. A wise wo/man.
    2. Given the theme I’ll guess education.
    3. Wisdom.
    4. Again given the theme I’ll guess wisdom teeth.
    5.Only if you’re more interested in passing than learning.

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