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5-Walter Geezer-King


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I Once saw a cute cartoon of two rats in a maze and one said to the other: " Boy, do we have those psychologists conditioned! Every time we run the maze they give is food!

PS--Does the name Pavlov ring a bell?


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PS--Does the name Pavlov ring a bell?


Ahahaha - good one! :lol:

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What Shakespeare play has feline characteristics?


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CymFeline?

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No, I was thinking of Ro-meow and Juli-cat


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What Shakespeare play is about an ancient Roman general and ruler who had a bad cold?


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Well, I know the answer now because I just saw your email... :lol:

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What Shakespeare play is about an ancient Roman general and ruler who had a bad cold?

Answer-Julius Sneezer.

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What Shakespeare play is about a nocturnal howl?

Answer-Midsummer Night's Scream

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King Leer :)

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Very good,Chris!

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What Shakespeare play is about little fairy-like people gathering together after dark?

Answer-Elf Night

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What Shakespeare play is about a nocturnal howl?

Answer-A Midsummer Nights Scream.

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What Shakespeare comedy is about something terrible?

Answer-Comedy of Terrors.

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rsmullyan wrote:
Next: What Shakespeare Comedy is about musical tunes?


O'cello?

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Very good, Scott! I was not thinking of that; what I had in mind was Comedy of Airs. But I like yours better!

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Mine was in honor of Irish Tunes, with St. Patty's day coming up.


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ummmm...Scott, St. Patrick's Day was last month.... :lol:

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What Shakespeare play is about a salesman of trouble?
Answer-Merchant of Menace.

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pianolady wrote:
ummmm...Scott, St. Patrick's Day was last month.... :lol:


Oh my, I am behind the times. I guess that I'm doing the Eastern Orthodox St. Patty's Day. :roll: :?: :shock: :idea: Has the new millenium come yet???


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RSPIll wrote:
pianolady wrote:
ummmm...Scott, St. Patrick's Day was last month.... :lol:


Oh my, I am behind the times. I guess that I'm doing the Eastern Orthodox St. Patty's Day. :roll: :?: :shock: :idea: Has the new millenium come yet???



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Does this mean that I should put away my polyester leisure suits and platform shoes.
Is the 'fro out?
I still want to go to Studio 54.
Shall I leave my bell bottoms in the closet along with my wide white belt and white corfam shoes?

Oh, its so hard to be hip... (don't anyone finish that.)

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I still have platform shoes, but that's because they are back in fashion (in womens shoes). I have a lot of business suits, probably they are polyester too - I've never read the tags.
Sorry, no more wide white belts, but bell-bottoms are back in again too, sort of. No fros, though, and I've never been to Studio 54, but I've watched Saturday Night Fever a bunch of times. Does that count? And what the heck are "white corfam shoes"?

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Corfam was a plastic material used in the '60s and '70s that didn't need polishing. It was a sort of "faux patent leather".

If I were to wear the platforms (I did wear them in the early and mid '70s) I would either fall or get a nose bleed.

To be honest, I have known that the '70s have become the retro-chic of this generation. The choir director that I work with at the school brought in the jacket to a polyester leisure suit (he's 25 so it could not have started out as his). That was scary. But I have seen the white belts lately as well as wide ties in full windsor knots (which are huge on a wide tie) bigger shirt collars and flared / bell bottom pants. I bought a pair of "boot cut" jeans a few weeks ago. That used to mean that the leg was wider to fit over the boots. I got them home and they were just short of bell bottoms (OMG).

Of course my theme song for a while has been "I was retro, when retro was brand new" (sung to the tune of "I was country when country wasn't cool").

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What Shakespeare play is about a salesman of a very beautiful goddess?
Answer--Merchant of Venus

I will leave my shakespeare series for awhile and come back to it later. Meanwhile I wish to start a musical quiz that comes close to home.

1-What well- loved lady pianist hails from outer space?
2-What beautiful lady pianist and painter is like a certain tool that has never been used?
3-What Beethoven sonata has been named after a lovely lady pianist?


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1-What well- loved lady pianist hails from outer space?

Monica :mrgreen:

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

(but you're right....)

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1-What well- loved lady pianist hails from outer space?
2-What beautiful lady pianist and painter is like a certain tool that has never been used?
3-What Beethoven sonata has been named after a lovely lady pianist?

Answers
1-Monica Alien-ello. [ Very good, Chtis; you got that one right!]
2-Julia Fresh Hammer.
3-The Frosch Hammer Klavier Sonata

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4-What pianist slows down the process of branding?
5-What pianist is dairy-like?
6-What pianist yells a lot?


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LOL.
Let me try one:

Which PS pianist was a Russian mystic?

Edit: Added PS

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Are these all PS pianists?

No. 5 must be Chris Cream-er. :lol:

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4-What pianist slows down the process of branding?
5-What pianist is dairy-like?
6-What pianist yells a lot?
Answers
4-Robert Stall Brand
5-Chris Creamer
6-Chris Screamer

Note:This entire quiz is about PS members only.

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7-What pianist is very romantic?
8-What very attractive lady pianist protects us?
9-What beautiful lady pianist is like a stick in a body of water?


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LOL.
Let me try one:

Which PS pianist was a Russian mystic?

Edit: Added PS



Answer: Grigori Raspmullyan :wink:

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7-What pianist is very romantic?
8-What very attractive lady pianist protects us?
9-What beautiful lady pianist is like a stick in a body of water?
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7-Alassadro Amore-etti
8-Hannah Shields
9-Tania Staff-River
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10-What pianist transports things?
11-What pianist laughs a lot?
12-what pianist smiles a lot?


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10-What pianist transports things?
11-What pianist laughs a lot?
12-what pianist smiles a lot?

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10-Michael Haul-ley
11-Michael.Ha-Haw-ley
12-Raymond Smile-yan
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13-What two pianists supply us with fuel?
14-What two pianists might arrest us?


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13-What two pianists supply us with fuel?
14-What two pianists might arrest us?

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13-Nathan-Coal-man and Chase Coal-man.
14-Stephen Kopp and Benjamin-Kopp

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15-What pianist is very blasphemous?
16-Which two pianists are in league with the Devil?
17-Which pianist walks very briskly?
18-Which pianist is able to fly?


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15-What pianist is very blasphemous?
16-Which two pianists are in league with the Devil?
17-Which pianist walks very briskly?
18-Which pianist is able to fly?

Answers
15-Peter Blasphem
16-Eric Hell-ing and Joshua Hell-man
17-Nuccio Trotter
18-Tim Bat-Man
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19-What Beethoven sonata was named after a lovely lady pianist?
20-What lady pianist is like a very valuable stone?
21-What pianist is very vocal?
22-What excellent italian pianist likes to visit circuses?


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Raymond, can you please make some new quizzes or riddles, but don't send me the answers? That way, I can play along too....

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Answers

19-The Froschammer-Klavier- Sonata.
20-Martha Gold-Stein
21-Tobias Sing
22-Roberto Carnaval

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23-What pianist perpetrates hoaxes?
24-What pianist really gets things finished?
25-What pianist is a good person?
26-What pianist is even more good?


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23-What pianist perpetrates hoaxes?
24-What pianist really gets things finished?
25-What pianist is a good person?
26-What pianist is even more good?
ANSWERS
23-Randolph-Hoax-an-son
24-Neal O'Done
25-Daniel Good-Man
26-Harold Better
Music Quiz Close to home- Continued

27-What two pianists are not sufficiently warm?
28-What pianist likes to shop in a department store?
29-What pianist has a grand style?
30-What pianist is like a spring day?


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27-What two pianists are not sufficiently warm?
28-What pianist likes to shop in a department store?
29-What pianist has a grand style?
30-What pianist is like a spring day?
ANSWERS
27-Nathan Cold-Man and Chase Cold-Man
28-Jeffery Wall-Mart
29-John Lewis Grand
30-David April
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31-What pianist is never mistaken?
32-What pianist resembles a semi-previous metal?
33-What pianist slows down policemen?
34-What pianist is named after a watery bird?


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31-What pianist is never mistaken?
32-What pianist resembles a semi-previous metal?
33-What pianist slows down policemen?
34-What pianist is named after a watery bird?

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1--Andrew Wright
2-M. de Silver
3-Glen Stall-Cop
4-Bruce Sea-Gull

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The beautiful Alianello
Looked particularly lovely in yellow.
She often would say,
About her friend Ray,
"He's really a jolly good fellow! "


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The logical Claudia Shaer
Had very beautiful hair.
Her music was great
And would agitate
Everyone here and there.


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rsmullyan wrote:
The beautiful Alianello
Looked particularly lovely in yellow.
She often would say,
About her friend Ray,
"He's really a jolly good fellow! "


Sweet! :) Can you make one for Monica too?

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Sweet! Can you make one for Monica too?

The lovely pianist Monica
Would sometimes celebrate Hanukkah.
With her Jewish friend Ruth,
Who in sooth,
Could really play the harmonica!


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Wow - you are fast, Raymond! Fun!! :)

(I probably should play the harmonica one of these days...)

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pianolady wrote:
Wow - you are fast, Raymond! Fun!! :)

(I probably should play the harmonica one of these days...)


Only if you can do it "in sooth".

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RSPIll wrote:

Only if you can do it "in sooth".

Scott


While missing a tooth.

(continuing the poetry... :lol: )

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pianolady wrote:
RSPIll wrote:

Only if you can do it "in sooth".

Scott


While missing a tooth.

(continuing the poetry... :lol: )

most uncouth!

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