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PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2007 10:34 pm 
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Anne Hathorn
Clearwater, FL


Meredith says there's a lot of good energy in the room and she wants to spread it to Anne.

$100 - By definition, a person on "sick leave" is too sick to do what?

A - go to the supermarket
B - go to a movie
C - go to work
D - waste a vacation day

$200 - Homeowners commonly use rodenticide to curb infestations of which of these pests?

A - termites
B - rats
C - moths
D - cockroaches

$300 - In accordance with religious tradition, which of these occasions often includes the pouring of water onto a baby's head?

A - wedding
B - graduation
C - funeral
D - baptism

$500 - Which of these political titles shares its name with a common type of sandwich roll?

A - khan
B - shah
C - czar
D - kaiser

$1K - According to the song "Deep in the Heart of Texas," the Lone Star State has "stars at night" that are what?

A - quite a sight
B - bathed in light
C - big and bright
D - sparkling white

Anne hopes that some of the audience members are from Texas because she wants their help.

ATA results:
A - 2%
B - 0%
C - 95%
D - 3%


Anne goes with the audience's answer.

Commercial break

$2K - Which of these crafts usually requires the use of two needles at the same time instead of just one?

A - knitting
B - crochet
C - sewing
D - embroidery

Anne has never heard of knitting without two needles.

THE HORN!!!!!

Anne will be back tomorrow, with 50/50 and PAF still available.

ANSWERS:
$100 - C (go to work)
$200 - B (rats)
$300 - D (baptism)
$500 - D (kaiser)
$1K - C (big and bright)
$2K - A (knitting)


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2007 6:32 am 
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Anne Hathorn
Clearwater, FL


Meredith says there's a lot of good energy in the room and she wants to spread it to Anne.

$100 - By definition, a person on "sick leave" is too sick to do what?

A - go to the supermarket
B - go to a movie
C - go to work
D - waste a vacation day


In the government, "D" is the right answer.

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$2K - Which of these crafts usually requires the use of two needles at the same time instead of just one?

A - knitting
B - crochet
C - sewing
D - embroidery

Anne has never heard of knitting without two needles.


Although it can be done - elwing has a set of needles that are basically only one needle with two ends connected by a cord. She uses them to knit circular things.

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Today Meredith calls Anne a "game show veteran"....she won $48,000 on Jeopardy. I couldn't find her in the archive unless she played under a different name (maybe she's married since then?).


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I missed this one due to "my own damn fault" (I was watching Stuff Taped While I Was Gone late the night before, took that tape out, forgot to put new blank-space tape in).

So far so good


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I saw both parts of Ann's run.

[spoiler]Today I bet she was wishing she had the ATA back, as she could have used it on the $16K movie question she got. [/spoiler]

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