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post Jun 25 2015, 05:59 PM
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So after THIRTEEN of you plucked up the courage to enter, I am here and ready to present the results. It was, ahem, a RESOUNDING success.
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GRID 1

Category 1: Zimmer, Shore, Horner, Goldsmith - Film Composers
Category 2: Somali, Labrador, Kuroshio, Leeuwin - Ocean currents
Category 3: cid, broad, vast, way - Add an 'A' at the start to make a new word
Category 4: Pluto, Ken Livingstone, Austria-Hungary, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pt. II - all formerly something (ie. A Planet, Mayor of London, Country, Highest grossing movie internationally in a single week)

Answers:

Iz:
Zimmer - Shore - Goldsmith - Horner - Film Composers
way - cid - broad - vast - Can be added to 'a'
Austria-Hungary - Pluto - Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Pt II - Ken Livingstone - Things 'past their peak'
Labrador - Leeuwin - Kurushio - Somali - Global Exploration

7/10

Josh.
No answers submitted

Chez Wombat
Zimmer, Horner, Goldsmith, Leeuwin - Film composers
cid, Kurushio, Shore, Somali - Final Fantasy related?
Ken Livingston, Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2, Austria-Hungary, Pluto - things that were previously in power (ie. called a planet, highest grossing film weekend) but lost it?

4/10

Ryan
Zimmer, Goldsmith, Horner, Shore - Academy Award winning composers
Leeuwin, Somali, Kurushio, Labrador - ocean currents

4/10 (being generous for the grouping of composers, though technically they all HAVE won an Oscar, that wasn't the actual grouping factor here)

Suedehead
Group 1 - cid, way, vast, broad. Add A at the start to get a new word.
Group 2 - Pluto, Labrador, Austria-Hungary, ??? - they have been downgraded in some way (e.g. Pluto no longer a planet)

3/10 (had to be strict here as he missed the 4th one in that second group)

Pavel
group 1 = cid, vast, way, broad / if you put an 'a' in front of them you'll get words
group 2 = Labrador, Leeuwin, Horner, Kurushio / currents
group 3 = austria-hungary, harry potter, ken livingstone, pluto / things that failed to live up to their potential
group 4 = zimmer, shore, somali, goldsmith / no1curr about these

5/10

Jahq
No answers submitted

Spinning Adam *Penis symbol*
Group 1: Harry Potter, Pluto, Leeuwin, Ken Livingstone (all to do with 7?)

0/10

Joe.
Zimmer, Horner, Shore, Goldsmith (film composers)
Austria Hungary, Harry Potter 8, Ken livingstone, cid (things that have been split)
Somali, Labrador, Leeuwin, Pluto (animals Cats and dogs)
Broad, Vast, Kurishio, way, (distance)

2/10

HausofKubrick
DOGS (Pluto, Labrador)
BIG THINGS (broad, vast)
WATER CURRENTS (kurushio, leeuwin)

1/10

Riser
Zimmer – Kurushio – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. II – Horner
Ken Livingstone – Labrador – Austria-Hungary – Shore
Somali – Leeuwin – Goldsmith – way
Broad – vast – Pluto – cid

0/10

Tim*
cid, way, broad, vast --> A
Zimmer, Horner, Shore, Goldsmith --> Composers of film scores

4/10

Gage
Cid / Way / Broad / Vast = Putting an 'A' at the beginning creates new words.
Pluto / Labrador / Leeuwin / Somali = Cats and dogs.
Ken Livingstone / Goldsmith / Zimmer / Horner = Constance.
Kurushio / Shore / Austria-Hungary / Harry Potter... = No connection found.

2/10

Noahspike
Ocean/sea currents: Kurushio, Somali, Labrador, Leeuwin
Composers: Goldsmith, Zimmer, Shore, Horner
Words made by adding an 'a' at the start: cid, way, broad, vast
Things that have been demoted in status/don't exist (anymore) (?!): Pluto, Austria-Hungary, Ken Livingstone, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Pt.II

10/10
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:10 PM
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OCEAN CURRENTS. Ah, yes, of course. I knew they were all something to do with the ocean but the Somali and Leeuwin connection with... ships confused me.
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:11 PM
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GRID 2

Category 1: Here, Come, Denounce, Exposure - All end with the letter 'e'
Category 2: Tonic, Heavy, Lime, Barley - All types of water
Category 3: Gryke, Groyne, Revetment, Rip-rap - All types of coastal/river defence
Category 4: Solvent, Bear, Orbit, Co-ordinates - Can all preceded by the word 'polar'

Answers:

Iz:
Orbit - Co-ordinates - Here - Come - Places
Revetment - Gryke - Groyne - Rip-Rap - Rock structures
Tonic - Lime - Barley - Solvent - Cocktail ingredients
Bear - Exposure - Denounce - Bath - Decontamination rituals

1/10

Josh.
Bath/Tonic/Lime/Barley - can precede the word water

2/10

Chez Wombat
Rip-Rap, Revetment, Groyne, Exposure - types of wall built to stop a river's flow

2/10

Ryan
Rip-rap, Groyne, Revetment, Lime - used for sea defence

1/10

Suedehead
Group 1 - Gryke, Groyne, Revetment, Rip-rap - all something to do with controlling water

2/10

Pavel
group 1 = revetment, gryke, groyne, rip-rap / stuff that interrupt water flow
group 2 = come, bear, denounce, orbit / verbs?
group 3 = solvent, tonic, lime, bear / types of water
group 4 = here, bath, coordinates, exposure / oh god

3/10

Jahq
Bath, Lime, Tonic, Barley (types of water)
Gryke, Groyne, Revetment, Co-ordinates (some geography relation?)

2/10

Spinning Adam *Penis symbol*
Group 1: Orbit, Co-ordinates, Come, Revetment (all to do with moving?)
Group 2: Tonic, Lime, Bath, Barley (all liquids/drink related?)

2/10

Joe.
Tonic, Solvent, Lime, Barley (Gin and Tonic)
Rip-rap, Groyne, revetement, Gryke (stone based)
Orbit, Co-orfinate, Exposure, Bath
Denouce, Bear, Here, Come (actions)

3/10 (being generous for the second group as technically they ARE all stone based)

HausofKubrick
BUILDING type things/reinforcements? (Gryke, Revetment, Groyne, Rip-Rap)
Alkaline things? (Lime, Tonic)

2/10

Riser
Co-ordinates – orbit – bear - exposure
Lime – solvent – tonic – gryke
Come – here – denounce – barley
Revetment – groyne – rip-rap – bath

0/10

Tim*
Tonic, Lime, Barley, Bear --> Gin
Rip-rap, Gryke, Groyne, Revetment --> Things to do with river/holding back water
Orbit, Bath, Solvent --> cleaning bathroom

3/10

Gage
Gryke / Groyne / Rip-Rap / Revetment = Things used to stop erosion/flooding.
Tonic / Bath / Lime / Barley = Types of water.
Here / Orbit / Exposure / Come = Things that can be "Out of".
Co-Ordinates / Denounce / Bear / Solvent = No connection found.

4/10

Noahspike
Types of water: Tonic, Bath, Lime, Barley
Things related to coastal management/defence: Groyne, Rip-rap, Exposure, Revetment
Things related to the study of Geography (?): Gryke, Orbit, Co-ordinates, Solvent
I have zero clue: Here, Come, Denounce, Bear

3/10
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:21 PM
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GRID 3

Category 1: Callaghan, Thatcher, Brown, Wilson - All former Prime Ministers of the UK
Category 2: Beeblebrox, Prefect, Mcmillan, Dent - All surnames of characters in Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy
Category 3: Ace, Hag, Cog, Mend - The numerical totals of the letters are consecutive square numbers (ie. ace - 1+3+5=9, hag - 8+1+7=16, cog - 3+15+7=25, mend - 13+5+14+4=36)
Category 4: Blue, Buff, Carmine, Rose - All types of colour

Answers:

Iz:
Callaghan - Thatcher - Brown - Wilson - British Prime Ministers
Dent - Beeblebrox - Prefect - McMillan - Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy Characters
Blue - Rose - Carmine - Buff - Colours
Mend - Cog - Ace - Hag - Engineering

7/10

Josh.
Beeblebrox/Dent/Prefect/McMillan - surnames of characters from hitchhikers guide to the galaxy
Callaghan/Thatcher/Brown/Wilson - surnames of UK prime ministers
Buff/Blue/Carmine/Rose - colours
Mend/Cog/Hag/Ace - mechanical terms

7/10

Chez Wombat
Thatcher, McMillan, Brown, Wilson - Former British Prime Ministers
Cog, Dent, Ace, Rose - Super Villains

2/10

Ryan
Callaghan, Thatcher, Brown, Wilson - UK Prime Ministers
Beeblebrox, McMillan, Dent, Prefect - surnames of characters from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

4/10

Suedehead
Group 1 - Beeblebrox, Dent, Prefect, Hag - characters in Hitch Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Group 2 - Callaghan, McMillan, Wilson, Thatcher - former PMs
Group 3 - Blue, Carmine, Brown, Rose - colours
Group 4 - Buff, Mend, Cog, Ace - ermmm

4/10

Pavel
group 1 = mcmillan, thatcher, callaghan, wilson / former British PMs
group 2 = beeblebrox, dent, brown, buff / fictional characters
group 3 = ace, hag, cog, mend / letter totals are square numbers
group 4 = rose, blue, carmine, prefect / idk colour category

4.5/10 (being generous for group 2)

Jahq
Callaghan, Thatcher, Brown, Wilson {surnames of former Prime Ministers}
Beeblebrox, Dent, Prefect, McMillan {characters in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy}

4/10

Spinning Adam *Penis symbol*
Callaghan, MacMillan, Wilson, Thatchar (all in parliament?)
Mend, Cog, Dent, Buff (to do with fixing/breaking?)

0/10

Joe.
Callaghan, Thatcher, Wilson, Brown (British PMs)
Dent, Beeblebrox, Macmillan, Hag (Hitchhiker's Guide characters)
Blue, Rose, Buff, Carmine (Colours)
Mend, Ace, Prefect, Cog (Experts)

5/10

HausofKubrick
Theme: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Theme: Margarats

1/10

Riser
Beeblebrox – Prefect – Dent – McMillan …theme: Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Carmine – Thatcher – Callaghan – Wilson
Blue – brown – rose – hag
Buff – mend – ace – cog

2/10

Tim*
Callaghan, Brown, Thatcher, Wilson --> UK Prime ministers

2/10

Gage
Beeblebrox / McMillan / Dent / Prefect = Surnames of characters from "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy".
Callaghan / Brown / Thatcher / Wilson = Former Prime Ministers of the UK.
Blue / Buff / Rose / Carmine = Colours.
Mend / Hag / Cog / Ace = No connection found.

7/10

Noahspike
UK Prime Ministers: Callaghan, Thatcher, Wilson, Brown
Colours: Blue, Rose, Carmine, Buff
'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' characters' surnames: Beeblebrox, Prefect, Dent, McMillan
Part of phrases, i.e. 'on the mend', 'cog in the wheel'...ehhhhh?!: Mend, Cog, Ace, Hag

7/10
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:25 PM
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QUOTE(J▼hnkm @ Jun 25 2015, 07:05 PM) *
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QUOTE(J▼hnkm @ Jun 25 2015, 07:11 PM) *
Spinning Adam *Penis symbol*
Group 1: Orbit, Co-ordinates, Come, Revetment (all to do with moving?)
Group 2: Tonic, Lime, Bath, Barley (all liquids/drink related?)

2/10

OMFG I ACTUALLY GOT POINTS THO *.*
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:27 PM
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GRID 4

Category 1: Ball, Bridge, & mouth, Path - All preceded by the word 'foot'
Category 2: Tyre, Ur, Nod, Jaffa - All places mentioned in The Bible
Category 3: Wheel, Bueller, Carol, Formation - All types of ferris
Category 4: Blood, Queen, Valencia, Hamlin - All types of orange

Answers:

Iz:
Tyre - Ur - Jaffa - Nod - Biblical Cities
& Mouth - Bridge - Path - Ball - Can be added to 'Foot'
Blood - Queen - Valencia - Hamlin - Oranges
Bueller - Carol - Wheel - Formation - <no answer, can't even come up with a humorous obviously wrong one>

7/10

Josh.
No answers submitted

Chez Wombat
Jaffa, Carol, Bueller, Queen - Stargate characters
Tyre, Wheel, Ball, Nod - Round things?

0/10

Ryan
No answers submitted

Suedehead
Group 1 - & Mouth, Ball, Path, Bridge - all can be preceded by Foot
Group 2 - Wheel, Bueller, Formation, Queen - Ferris
Group 3 - Tyre, Jaffa, Ur, Nod - places in the Bible
Group 4 - Carol, Valencia, Hamlin, Blood - Pass

5/10

Pavel
group 1 = tyre, wheel, ball, blood / things lee can shove up his ass idk
group 2 = bridge, path, jaffa, formation / things that can be found in one's backyard
group 3 = bueller, Ur, &mouth, nod /
group 4 = hamlin, valencia, carol, queen / idk *period joke*

0/10

Jahq
Ball, Path, Bridge, & Mouth ('Foot' can go before all of these words)

2/10

Spinning Adam *Penis symbol*
Ball, Tyre, Wheel, Jaffa (all round?)
Blood, and Mouth, Queen, Valencia (all parts of each other? idk)
Carol, Bridge, Path, Formation (idk)
Buella, Ur, Hamlin, Nod (idk)

0/10

Joe.
& Mouth, Bridge, Ball, Path (Foot)
Carol, Bueller, Wheel, Formation (____Ferris)
Blood, valencia, Hamlin, Jaffa (oranges)
Queen, Ur, Tyre, Nod (Ancient cities)

6/10

HausofKubrick
FOOT____(Path, Ball, & Mouth, bridge)
FERRIS____(Bueller, Wheel, Formation, Carol)
Madonna (Queen)

4/10 (1000 gold stars and moral victory for the third group)

Riser
Tyre – wheel – bridge – path
Jaffa – Bueller – Valencia – formation
Nod – Ur – & Mouth – blood
Queen – Carol – Hamlin - Ball

0/10

Tim*
No answers submitted

Gage
Carol / Bueller / Wheel / Formation = Can be preceded by the word 'Ferris'.
Ball / Bridge / & Mouth / Path = Can be preceded by the word 'Foot'.
Blood / Valencia / Jaffa / Hamlin = Varieties of orange.
Tyre / Ur / Nod / Queen = No connection found.

5/10

Noahspike
Follows 'Foot': Ball, Bridge, & Mouth, Path
Types of orange: Valencia, Jaffa, Blood, Hamlin
Things related to cars: Tyre, Bueller, Wheel, Carol
Related to 'land', i.e. 'land of nod', 'land formation' etc. (?!): Nod, Ur, Queen, Formation

3/10
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:29 PM
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QUOTE(J▼hnkm @ Jun 25 2015, 07:27 PM) *
Spinning Adam *Penis symbol*
Ball, Tyre, Wheel, Jaffa (all round?)

Aw come now, that was a pretty good guess, no? sad.gif
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:31 PM
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Not kicking myself too much, though I wish having been able to get the 'foot' connection in grid 4 that I would've been able to get the 'a' connection in grid 1.

A couple I picked up on what they were (eg. Hans Zimmer and Ferris Bueller) but without making connections with any other words it was hopeless. laugh.gif
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:35 PM
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To be fair, not having the ability to remove correctly guessed groups as you go along makes this so much harder than the actual thing.
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:37 PM
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I was convinced the Tonic one was correct. Did I actually get a point for it tho laugh.gif
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GRID 5

Category 1: Funnel, Cup, Sponge, Fish - All types of cake
Category 2: Dress, Toss, Eat, Serve - All things you can do to a salad
Category 3: Brush, Mop, Polish, Sand - All things you can do to a floor
Category 4: Crab, Boat, Rock, Sewage - All things you can find in the ocean

Answers:

Iz:
Fish - Crab - Boat - Sand - Things found at sea
Polish - Sponge - Mop - Brush - Cleaning
Dress - Cup - Serve - Eat - Fine Dining
Rock - Sewage - Funnel - Toss - Worthless shit

1/10

Josh.
Fish/Mop/Brush/Dress - verbs that are also nouns

0/10

Chez Wombat
Sponge, Polish, Brush, Mop - cleaning equipment
Sand, Crab, Boat, Fish - Things in the ocean

1/10

Ryan
No answers submitted

Suedehead
Group 1 - Toss, Serve, Dress, Eat - things you can do to a salad
Group 2 - Brush, Mop, Sponge, Polish - things used in cleaning
Group 3 - Crab, Funnel, Rock, Sand - Spiders
Group 4 - Boat, Fish, Cup, Sewage - no idea

2/10

Pavel
group 1 = brush, polish, dress, eat / making something pretty
group 2 = sand, crab, rock, boat / things that are in the water
group 3 = funnel, sewage, sponge, fish / things that can be found in the iamspamspamamibr />
group 4 = cup, serve, toss, mop / tennis stuff

0/10

Jahq
Brush, Mop, Sponge, Polish {things you can clean with?}
Boat, Fish, Crab, Sewage? (things found in the sea?)

1/10

Spinning Adam *Penis symbol*
Sand, Rock, Crab, Fish (all found on the beach?)
Brush, Mop, Polish, Sponge (all for cleaning)
Funnel, Eat, Cup, Serve (all for delivering food or whatever)
The other four, idk

0/10

Joe.
Sponge, Rock, Funnel, cup (Types of cake)
Toss, Eat, Serve, Dress (Things you can do to a salad)
Polish, Brush, mop, sand (Floor maintenance)
Sewage, Fish, crab, Boat (tunnels?)

5/10

HausofKubrick
Things that float on water
CAKE (fish cake, sponge cake, crab cake)

1/10

Riser
Fish – boat – sewage – rock …theme: things found on or underwater
Eat – toss – serve – dress …theme: things you can do with a salad
Funnel – cup – sponge – crab …theme: types of cake
Polish – brush – sand – mop …theme: cleaning the floor??

5/10

Tim*
Mop, Brush, Polish, Sponge --> Things to wash your car with
Dress, cup, serve... --> Tea

0/10

Gage
Fish / Boat / Rock / Sand = Things found at the beach.
Brush / Mop / Dress / Serve = Can be followed by the world 'Up'.
Cup / Funnel / Crab / Sponge = Types of cake.
Eat / Sewage / Polish / Toss = No connection found.

1/10

Noahspike
Things related to cleaning: Brush, Mop, Polish, Sponge
Things found at the bottom of the sea/ocean: Rock, Sand, Sewage, Crab
Things related to (sea) fishing: Fish, Boat, Funnel, Eat
Things related to tennis: Toss, Serve, Cup, Dress

0/10
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:39 PM
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QUOTE(*Tim @ Jun 25 2015, 07:37 PM) *
I was convinced the Tonic one was correct. Did I actually get a point for it tho laugh.gif


You got a point for correctly identifying which 4 items went together (and 2 for the correct grouping/reason of the erosion defences)
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Total

Ties are broken based on highest individual score in a round.
If there is still a tie, then they will be broken by number of rounds points were scored in (more rounds, higher placing).
There are still ties, I can't think of another suitable way to split them so DEAL

01 // 23 Noahspike (Highest score: 10)
02 // 23 Iz (Highest score: 7)
03 // 21 Joe.
04 // 19 Gage
05 // 16 Suedehead
06 // 12.5 Pavel
07 // 9 Josh. (Highest score: 7)
08 // 9 HausOfKubrick (Scored points in 5 rounds)
09 // 9 Chez Wombat (scored points in 4 rounds)
09 // 9 Jahq (Scored points in 4 rounds)
11 // 9 Ryan (Scored points in 3 rounds)
11 // 9 Tim* (Scored points in 3 rounds)
13 // 7 Riser
14 // 2 Spinning Adam

So yeah, that was The Connecting Wall. Sure to be cancelled soon, but it was good fun and I'm glad I did and I would like to say a big thanks to everyone who took the time to take part and I hope you enjoyed it.
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:46 PM
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I deserve an extra 193 points for not even using google though magic.gif

Good fun though, interesting to see the answers but would be interested for another easier game since I'm allowed to say that happy.gif
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post Jun 25 2015, 06:50 PM
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I realised the Ferris one after sending it! Numerical totals I would have never got but fair enough for everything else.

Shame we only got 13 people entering it, I really enjoyed this one.
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I suppose that didn't go too awfully, I dunno if I would've got any of those that I didn't get, nice to see my GCSE Geography proved useful for something though happy.gif And I liked the game a lot, even if it involves a bit too much thinking for my brain.

Can anything stop Noah/Iz's stranglehold? Gah pirate.gif


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We spur each other on. Can't enter a quiz results thread without looking carefully at how Noah's done now.
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Hopefully this will boost me back up to third if people above me don't do well in Pointless. Izzy/Noah starting to annoy me! laugh.gif
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QUOTE(Iz~ @ Jun 25 2015, 08:15 PM) *
We spur each other on. Can't enter a quiz results thread without looking carefully at how Noah's done now.

Indeed! Was so happy you got 1 point on the last grid as you were unlikely to pose a threat to my lead, only to scroll down and see I got nothing nocheer.gif, bringing it to a draw (in points)! Very much enjoying our rivalry anyway. happy.gif

This was a lot of fun, John, especially all the red herrings, which were expertly designed. Thanks for doing it! biggrin.gif
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