Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Who? Put fundae.

what am i talkin about


* Brooksville, Florida - a tangerine
* Key West, Florida - a conch shell
* Miami, Florida - an orange
* Orlando, Florida - an orange


* Atlanta, Georgia - an 8' tall and 8' wide, over 800-pound peach . The Peach Drop is the largest event of its type in the southeastern United States, and one of the largest in the country.
* Tallapoosa, Georgia - an opossum
* McDonough, Georgia - Nugget Drop at Truett's Grill
* Ty Ty, Georgia - a Peanut


* Kokomo, Indiana - Aluminum 70-Pound Ball with 34,000 lights
* Terre Haute, Indiana - A watermelon


* Bangor, Maine - a beach ball decorated with lights
* Eastport, Maine - a sardine


* Easton, Maryland - a crab
* Havre de Grace, Maryland - a wooden duck
* Ocean City, Maryland - a beach ball


* Grand Rapids, Michigan - a ball
* Marquette, Michigan - a ball

New York

* Buffalo, New York - a lighted ball and, at one time, a Ford Edge automobile . It is officially named, is advertised to be the second-largest in the country, with 40,000 in attendance annually.

the list goes on ..... and what is the largest in the country?

ID. Connect.Simple.

All 6 , One connect. ID all.

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Put Fundae

The text is derived from Cicero's De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum (On the Ends of Goods and Evils, or alternatively . The Purposes of Good and Evil ). The original passage began: Neque porro quisquam est qui __________ quia dolor sit amet, consectetur, adipisci velit (Translation: "Neither is there anyone who loves grief itself since it is grief and thus wants to obtain it"). It is not known exactly when the text acquired its current standard form; it may have been as late as the 1960s. The passage was discovered by Richard McClintock, a Latin scholar who is the publications director at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, by searching for citings of the rarely used word 'consectetur' in classical literature.
What Text ? Put Fundae. Where and why is it used ?


1) Identify the guy being arrested!

2) what is this island and put fundae!

3) The X were _______ football players of the late 19th Century who moved south to play for clubs participating in the English Football League during the period when football had become professional in England but remained (theoretically) amateur in ________

The origin of the name was based upon the distinctive _______ style of play – described at the time as being “combination football” – which was centred upon a passing game with greater teamwork as opposed to the individualistic, dribbling style common in England at the time. It was this distinctive style of football – which has been described as "changing the nature of soccer" – which had become the hallmark of the __________ game of the era. The ability of the _______ players, their apparently superior technique, and the nature of their play impressed English spectators during the _______ – England international fixtures which had been taking place since 1872 and led to a great number of ______ players moving south to play professionally for English clubs once this became legal in 1885.

This trend was, along with professionalism generally, bitterly opposed by much of the ________ footballing establishment and media. The latter saw the X described as “Traitorous wretches” and “base mercenaries” in the press with the ________ Football Association blacklisting players known to have played professionally. However professionalism was eventually established in _______ football in 1893 although _______’s most powerful club and founders of both the passing and international game, Y, initially refused to participate in the new professional league (not joining until 1900) and remained committed to the amateur principles even after entering into competition with professional clubs. They remain an amateur club to this day.

wat are these?


On the night of June 23, 1993, X arrived at his Manassas, Virginia apartment intoxicated after a night of partying and, according to testimony by his wife Lorena in a 1994 court hearing, raped his wife. Afterwards, Lorena got out of bed and went to the kitchen for a drink of water. According to an article in the National Women's Studies Association Journal, in the kitchen she noticed a carving knife on the counter and "memories of past domestic abuses raced through her head." Grabbing the knife, Lorena entered the bedroom where X was asleep; and she proceeded to cut off more than half of his penis.

After assaulting her husband, Lorena left the apartment, with the severed penis. After driving a short while, she rolled down the car window and threw the penis into a field. Realizing the severity of the incident, she stopped and called 911. After an exhaustive search, the penis was located, packed in ice, and brought to the hospital where John was located.

The incident was chronicled in a jingle-
X was never a loner.
In fact, he was known as a roamer.
His wife seized his prize
And cut it to size.
Now X is his own organ donor.

Lurid incident, What expression did it give rise to? And name X as well.......

Monday, December 29, 2008


X directed the famous film _______ starring ______ and Harry Reems and financed by Mafia figures. Other notable films made by X include The Devil in Miss Jones (1973) and the sadomasochistic classic The Story of Joanna (1975). He often appeared in his films and used the names "Albert Gork", "Al Gork", "Jerry Gerard", or "D. Furred".
X died on October 25, 2008, aged 80, following complications from a stroke he had suffered in September.

Y worked in several FBI field offices prior to his promotion to the Bureau's Washington headquarters. In 1980, Y was convicted of the felony of violating the civil rights of people thought to be associated with members of the Weather Underground by ordering FBI agents to search their homes as part of an attempt to prevent bombings. He was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine but was pardoned by President Ronald Reagan during his appeal. In 2006, he published an update of his 1979 autobiography, The FBI Pyramid.
At 12:45pm on December 18, 2008, Y died in his sleep at a hospice care facility in Santa Rosa, California.

It is funny that both X and Y died hardly 2 months apart. ID and Connect. Sitter/ partly Peater.

Jungle has too many questions

1) Put funda:

Dino (short for Dinosaur) - Jean Chrétien, Prime Minister of Canada
Pootie-Poot - Vladimir Putin
Bandar Bush - Bandar bin Sultan, ambassador to the United States from Saudi Arabia
Landslide - Tony Blair
Man of Steel - John Howard, Prime Minister of Australia


3) Rishibala Naval is the eldest daughter of Ashok Naval and Saradha. She is a Punjabi Hindu. She has two sisters,and a brother. She did her B.Com in Mumbai and was modelling simultaneously and later entered the film industry.Rishibala made her debut in the Hindi film Sanam Harjai directed by Saawan Kumar. Jaya Bachchan (ABCL Corp) who saw her in "Superhit Muqabla" on Doordarshan’s Metro channel offered her a leading role.
How do we know her better today?

4) How do we know the 33 year old Lakshmi Narasimha Vijaya Rajagopala Seshadri Sharma Rajesh Raman better?

5) X was formed in 1832 as a result of a dispute among Yale's debating societies, Linonia, Brothers in Unity, and Calliope over the Phi Beta Kappa awards

It was once referred to as The Brotherhood of Death, but a more common alternative name was Eulogia. The only "chapter" of X created outside Yale was a chapter at Wesleyan University in 1870. That chapter, became independent in 1872 in a dispute over control over creating additional chapters; the Beta Chapter reconstituted itself as Theta Nu Epsilon.[8]

The emblem of X is over the number "322". Some have speculated that 322 stands for "founded in '32, 2nd corps", referring to a first Corps in some unknown German university which has never been found. Others suggest that 322 refers to the era of Demosthenes and that documents in the society hall have purportedly been found dated to "Anno-Demostheni"

Members meet in the "tomb" on Thursday and Sunday evenings of each week over the course of their senior year. As with other Yale societies, the sharing of a personal history is the keystone of the senior year together in the "tomb".

Members are assigned a nickname. “Long Devil is assigned to the tallest member; Boaz goes to any member who is a varsity football captain. Many of the chosen names are drawn from literature (Hamlet, Uncle Remus), from religion, and from myth. The banker Lewis Lapham passed on his name, Sancho Panza, to the political adviser Tex McCrary. Averell Harriman was Thor, Henry Luce was Baal, McGeorge Bundy was Odin.” George H. W. Bush was Magog, a name reserved for a member considered to have the most sexual experience. George W. Bush, unable to decide, was temporarily called Temporary, and the name was never changed



Jungle wanted to post this.. ID all and connect them

1) The rulers of Vidheha were called Janakas and they were all great scholars. It is believed that they were the oldest among the clans migrated from the river Saraswati as the river started drying up. They probably were farmers of Saraswati basin. Thus Videha became the seat of Vedic knowledge inherited from the Saraswati Valley Civilization. Epic gives another explanation, that the name came from a dead king (Videha, one devoid of body or dead) whose sons were created by sages who performed magical rites upon the kings dead-body. Mithila was the capital of Videha kingdom. The Princess, thus born to Janaka was also named due to the name of the place.

2) 2002 Cairo International Children's Film Festival (Egypt) Won - Special International Jury Prize - J.K. Vishwanathan 2002 National Film Awards (India) Won - Silver Lotus Award - Best Child Artist Won - Silver Lotus Award - Special Jury Award - Director - J.K. Vishwanathan

3) right understanding, right thought, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration.

4) X is India’s largest white labeled VAS company for Mobile, Landline and Media Service Providers. The company offers telecom Value Added Services (VAS), Voice portals, RingBack Tones, mobile content aggregation & distribution, interactive media portals, mobile advertising, 1-to-1 direct marketing on mobiles and M-Commerce.

Which famous character was played by the guy in the pic?

Name the product and put any fundae..

Put Fundae

Looking for a willing victim, Armin Meiwes posted an advertisement at a website, The _______ Cafe, whose disclaimer mentions the distinction between reality and fantasy. Meiwes's post stated that he was "looking for a well-built 18 to 30-year-old to ___________".Bernd Jürgen Brandes responded to the advertisement. Bernd Jürgen Brandes was known for his interest in crossdressing. Many other people responded to the advertisement, but many backed out and none were forced to do anything they didn't want to do by Meiwes. Meiwes is openly bisexual, as was Brandes.

Put Fundae - Jungle q

Sunday, December 28, 2008

arbit.. but well.. who cares..

X, who died this week (and therefore in a sense became Ex ), said in his last interview that he thought cricket was better than sex.

“I tend to think that cricket is the greatest thing that god created on earth - certainly greater than sex, although sex isn't too bad either,” he said in the interview, published by London's Guardian newspaper this weekend.

Cricket was the subject of the interview, given to the Guardian in October amid failing health.

What attracted X to cricket was the game's inherent drama - the game within the game.

“Drama happens in big cricket matches. But also in small cricket matches.

“When we play, my club, each thing that happens is dramatic: the gasps that follow a miss at slip, the anger of an lbw decision that is turned down. It is the same thing wherever you play, really.”

X was captain of a wandering cricket club from London called the Gaieties and had played the game from childhood.

His house was full of cricket memorabilia, including a framed copy of WG Grace's autograph.

X, a lifelong admirer of great England batsman Len Hutton, said: “cricket, the whole thing, playing, watching, being part of the Gaieties, has been a central feature of my life

Saturday, December 27, 2008


Connect and then tell me who or what is X. (Not like X is some big giveaway)


And in a scene right out of X , as they _______, the group all confesses something to one another, culminating in an uncharacteristically brave move by M who pledges his love for G. However, par for the course of the unlucky M, we quickly realize that G has fallen into a deep sleep. Needless to say when reach the beautiful yet wild terrain of Africa, he clams up once again as-- much to his horror-- G finds herself being wooed by a Barry White styled ____, named Moto Moto (Swahili for "hot hot" according to the press notes) who has a thing for "big" and "chunky" women.

The piece looks a little incomplete.. i searched really hard for the video cos I noticed it happening while I was watching the movie, but couldn't find it. I basically want X , don't care about the rest.

Friday, December 26, 2008

Jungle's Questions

1. Connect, fundae reqd.
Sir Panaganti Ramarayaningar KCIE (July 9, 1866 – December 16, 1928),was a zamindar of Kalahasti, a Justice Party leader and the Chief Minister or Premier of Madras Presidency from July 11, 1921 to December 3, 1926.
Ramarayaningar was born in Kalahasti on July 9, 1866. He did his schooling in Madras and obtained degrees in Sanskrit, law, philosophy and Dravidian languages before plunging into politics. He was one of the founder-members of the Justice Party and served as its President from 1925 to 1928.








X was born in Minneapolis, and started his career as a journalist. In 1907, he managed a film theater in Missoula, Montana. Later, he worked at Pathe, rising to become a member of the board of directors before leaving in 1921 to become an independent producer. He was hired by Fox in 1924, and then MGM in 1927 to head its short features department. In 1937 he was assigned to put together its animation department. But unfortunately for a cartoon producer, [he had] no sense of humor to call upon... He knew nothing of animation and cartoons were a strange thing to him. Cast in the role of high school principal opposite the animators' boyish enthusiasms, he acted as liaisons between them and the front office, usually it seemed, turning down requests for bigger budgets, raises and special dispensations of funds. X?

The most famous of Listerine mouthwash ads concerned the “pathetic” case of “Edna”. She was approaching the tragic” thirtieth birthday unmarried because she suffered from halitosis – “a disorder you, yourself, rarely know when you have it. And even your closest friends won’t tell you. The ad thereby introduced one of the popular phrases used today in English. What?

Which is the brightest man made place from space?

In ancient Rome, if a man had to testify in court, what was he required to swear on?

Joshua L. Cowen's creation was the development of little metal tubes that were designed to illuminate flowers in their pots.
These illuminated flower pots were difficult to perfect (if he could have gotten them to dance to music, he would have earned a fortune). Cowen became bored with his flower pot lights and in 1898 gave the project away to one of his salesmen - some guy named Conrad Hubert. Hubert could care less about the lighted flower pots. Instead, he liked the device Cowen developed to operate them - a lightbulb and dry cell battery combination that had a 30 day life.
Hubert took Cowen's battery operated device and developed it into the flashlight. The company that Cowen gave away was named the American Eveready Company, and it earned Hubert nearly six million dollars in two decades (a large sum of money for the turn of the century). When Hubert died, he left behind a $15,000,000 estate, virtually all earned from Cowen's invention.
One would think that Cowen would feel like a real loser for giving an idea like Eveready batteries away for nothing, but he actually came up with a better idea that earned him even more money. What?


Jill Valentine, Resident Evil
Carl CJ Johnson, Grand Theft Auto
Lara Croft, Tomb Raider
Gordon Freeman, Half Life
Cammy, Street Fighter II
James Sutherland,Silent Hill II
Mona Sax, Max Payne
Lee Chaolan, Tekken
Samus Aran, Metroid
Vega, Street Fighter

Originally from Karkala, Karnataka, he lost his parents at the age of two. At the age of twelve, he came to Mumbai, where he studied in Orient School, Mahim. He studied chemistry, physics and chemical technology and was a dual degree holder from the University of Bombay (now Mumbai). Endowed with a passion for publishing and comics, his failed attempt at creating a children's magazine (Manav, 1954) was followed by a career as a junior executive in the Times of India books division, putting him in the thick of affairs when Indrajal comics was launched by the Times Group. Indrajal featured reprints of popular American strip characters such as the the Phantom, Mandrake the Magician, and later, indigenous characters like Bahadur and Dara.The idea behind starting his comic book series came to him from a quiz contest aired on Doordarshan in February 1967, in which participants could easily answer questions pertaining to Greek mythology, but were unable to reply to the question "In the Ramayana, who was Rama's mother?".

He received his powers from seven gurus who trained and blessed him with "yogic shakti". He was the chosen warrior against evil by the siddha gurus of a cult named Suryanshi. They are the followers of Sun.As a part of his training he was trained with Kundalini Yoga to awaken the 7 chakras of body and gain super power from them. But it was not easy. To gain complete control over his powers he had to perform a ritual of death. He was to perform a Yajna in which he entered the fire himself and dissolved his body in the fire. Then the Five Elements of life i.e. Fire, Wind, Water, Earth, Sky revived his body giving special powers from them. Thus after leaving his mortal body he was given a super human form to fight against the evil in the world. Who?

Frist Campus Center is a focal point of social life at Princeton University. It is a combination of the former Palmer Physics Lab, and a modern addition completed in 2001. It was endowed with money from the fortune the Frist family (who count among them Dr. Bill Frist '74, former Senate Majority Leader) has made in the private hospital business.
Designed by Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates, the firm of acclaimed architects Robert Venturi (a Princeton alumnus) and Denise Scott Brown, the building consists of a modern expansion to the existing Collegiate Gothic Palmer Hall. The new building volume fills in the courtyard of the previous C-shaped structure, and extends across its open side to create a new east facade.
Room 302 is a lecture hall restored to its condition at the time that Albert Einstein lectured there.
But what has made the center more popular?

The last name of which fictional character is Litman Goralnik née Hosenstein?

As per the chikitsasthana (treatment) section of the ancient Ayurvedic medical text called the Charaka Samhita,________ contains 48 different ingredients, including ghee, sesame oil, sugar, and honey. The chief ingredient is Indian gooseberry or Amalaki, but the formula contains many other herbs as well including Bamboo manna, Pippali, Haritaki, Guduchi, Punarnava, Musta and Bilva. Although __________ has a specific formula, many companies now producing and selling it have altered the original list ingredients such that the paste may contain anywhere from 25 to 80 different ingredients. As a result, the taste and texture of various proprietary _____ products can vary to a great degree.


Identify the Building
Although the precise history of the modern ___ is unknown, it is a very old food in southern Indian cuisine. One mention of it in writings occurs in the Kannada writing of Shivakotiacharya in 920 AD,and it seems to have started as a dish made only of fermented black lentil. Chavundaraya II, the author of the earliest available Kannada encyclopaedia, Lokopakara (c. 1025), describes the preparation of _______ by soaking Urad dal (black gram) in butter milk, ground to a fine paste and mixed with the clear water of curd, and spices. The Kannada king and scholar Someshwara III, reigning in the area now called Karnataka, included _____ recipe in his encyclopedia, the Manasollasa, written in Sanskrit ca. 1130 A.D. There is no known record of rice being added until some time in the 17th century. Although the ingredients used in preparing _____ have changed, the preparation process and the name have still remained the same

______ was launched on 24 Nov 2008 by Shiv Sena executive president Uddhav Thackeray as a branded product. Promises were made make the product a global phenomenon soon. The function was sponsored by international burger giant McDonald's and soft drinks major CocaCola.

____is one of the oldest brand names and is the largest selling brand in India which for decades was instantly recognized by its iconic white and yellow wax paper wrapper with the depiction of a young girl covering the front. What?

Thursday, December 25, 2008

ID Term

Possible definitions :

1.refers to a batting average of less than .200,questioning their competence in hitting and presence in the Major League Baseball
2.refers to a movie earning less than $2,000 per theatre per week ($2000 being the overhead cost in shipping a print to a theatre)
3.refers to a female's structural attraction being overpowered by her mental vaguaries


Text :
A X is a neurosurgical procedure, a form of psychosurgery, also known as a leukotomy or leucotomy (from Greek leukos: clear or white and tomos meaning "cut/slice"). It consists of cutting the connections to and from the prefrontal cortex. In some cases an instrument which was essentially an ice-pick—and sometimes an actual kitchen ice-pick was used with a carpenter's hammer- simply passed through the eye-socket and struck with a hammer when in the right position. These procedures result in major personality changes beyond what is desired, and can cause severe mental disabilities. Xs were used mainly in the 1930s to 1950s to treat a wide range of severe mental illnesses, including schizophrenia, clinical depression, and various anxiety disorders, as well as people who were considered a nuisance by demonstrating behavior characterized as, for example, "moodiness" or "youthful defiance". The patient's informed consent in the modern sense was not obtained. After the introduction of the antipsychotic Chlorpromazine (Thorazine), Xs fell out of common use[ and the procedure has since been characterized "as one of the most barbaric mistakes ever perpetrated by mainstream medicine".


Lateral (Latrinal) Clue, if necessary

Extra points if you use the lateral clue and give me fundae. Think local for that.

All in the spirit. And cos there's no question on Christmas day !!

X-Y is a winter festival that was initially celebrated by the historical Germanic peoples as a pagan religious festival, though it was later absorbed into, and equated with, the Christian festival of Christmas. The festival was originally celebrated from late December to early January on a date determined by the lunar Germanic calendar. The festival was placed on December 25(/24) when the Christian (Julian) calendar was adopted. Some historians claim that the celebration is connected to the Wild Hunt or was influenced by Saturnalia, the Roman winter festival. The term "X" is still used in the Nordic Countries and to a lesser extent in English speaking countries to refer to Christmas. Customs such as the X log, X goat, X boar, X singing, and others stem from X. In modern times, X is observed as a cultural festival and also with religious rites by some Christians and by some Neopagans.

Just take it like a christmas gift. Give the X and the Y

" PS : Think of an old Stylish American Actor who acted in Westerns "

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Baldur's mother was the Norse goddess, Frigga. When Baldur was born, Frigga made each and every plant, animal and inanimate object promise not to harm Baldur. But Frigga overlooked _________ - and the mischievous god of the Norse myths, Loki, took advantage of this oversight. Ever the prankster, Loki tricked one of the other gods into killing Baldur with a spear fashioned from ______. The demise of Baldur, a deity in the Norse myths, brought winter into the world, although the gods did eventually restore Baldur to life. After which Frigga pronounced the _______ sacred, ordering that from now on it should bring love rather than death into the world. What custom/tradition origianted?

One More

Connect the following :
1. Bottle Caps in Cameroon

2. Urine and Mackerel in Prisons

3. Cell Phone Scratch Cards in some rural parts of Africa

4. Cocaine in Guerima, Colombia

5. Rocks in Micronesia


Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Connect the Following songs.

1. Hank Williams - "I'll Never Get Out of this World Alive"

2.Jimi Hendrix - "The Ballad of Jimi"

3.Lynyrd Skynyrd - "That Smell"

4.Jeff Buckley - "Dream Brother"

5.Richie Rich feat. Tupac - "Niggas Done Changed"

6.John Lennon - "Borrowed Time"

Please be specific!!
1.According to the Guinness Book of Records which is the "Most Translated Document" in the world.

2.In addition to being an actor, X is a race driver, having driven in Formula Three for a season and an active ambassador for the Green Revolution. He used to be known in the Indian media for publicly speaking his mind and openly expressing his opinions, occasionally surrounding himself with controversy. However, in recent years, he has maintained a silent dignity to avoid problems that come with a controversial image.
X is a professional car racer and drove in circuits around India in places such as Mumbai , Chennai and Delhi . He had also been abroad for various races including Germany and Malaysia . He drove in the Formula 3 for the team Mango Racing.
He was in 2004, India’s third best driver after Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandok.

3. The most visited house in the USA is the White House. Which comes second?

4. Name the country and explain.

5. The song's theme is based on Dalton Trumbo's 1939 novel Johnny Got His Gun. It is based on the story of a soldier whose body was severely damaged after he was hit by a German artillery shell during World War I. His arms, legs, eyes, mouth and ears were gone and he could not see, speak, smell, or hear; but his mind functions perfectly, leaving him a prisoner in his own body.
Very famous song. What song? (think metal..can be worked out with what is given)

fun do

Fill in the blanks. All not necessarily same.

Full funda required.

Googling is a must.

after hours....

kncok youeselves out....

SKythe who?>

Connect all of the following!!!

1 Godzilla
2 Batman
3 Shaquille O'Neal
4 Aaron Carter
5 Abraham Lincoln
6 Optimus Prime
7 Jackie Chan
8 Indiana Jones
9 Care Bear
10 Dudley Do-Right
11 Snidely Whiplash
12 Samuel L. Jackson
13 Various snakes
14 Mario
15 Sonic the Hedgehog
16 Santa Claus
18 Goku
19 Eric Bauman of eBaum's
20 Lowtax of Something
21 Tobias Fünke from Arrested Development
22 R2-D2
23 C-3PO
24 A Jawa
25 Judohobo
26 Chuck Norris
27 Gandalf the Grey
28 Gandalf the White
29 Monty Python and the Holy Grail's Black Knight
30 Benito Mussolini
31 The Blue Meanie
32 Cowboy Curtis
33 Jambi the Genie
34 RoboCop
35 The Terminator
36 Captain Kirk
37 Darth Vader
38 Lo-Pan D
39 Superman
40 Every single Power Ranger
41 Bill S. Preston and Theodore Logan
42 Spock
43 The Rock
44 Doc Ock
45 Hulk Hogan
46 The Alien
47 Freddy Krueger
48 Jason Voorhees
49 Alien Hominid
50 Captain Hook
51 Harry Potter
52 Han Solo
53 Pac-Man
54 The Invisible Man
55 Mr. Rogers

All of Skythe's answers are wrong and not considered!!


She is the president of _____ Research & Consulting, a consulting firm and she is currently working as a consultant for the New York firm Weitz & Luxenberg, which has a focus on personal injury claims for asbestos exposure.

ID X and Y

X created Y in 1939 as an assignment for the retailing company. The retailer had been buying and giving away coloring books  every year and it was decided that creating their own book would save money. 2.4 million copies of Y were distributed by the company in its first year. Because X had created Y as an employee, he did not own the license.

In a BBC animation, Y is never mentioned by name and references are replaced by a character interrupting with the phrase "Dont say that name!" or something similar, preumably for copyright reasons.

Edit: Changed X to Y in the second para

Monday, December 22, 2008

"Stauffenberg played an important role in the military resistance against the Nazi regime and in the German military's self-perception . A sincere and respectable depiction of the events of the 20th of July and of Stauffenberg is therefore very much in Germany's interest. X, with his _______ background, is not the right person for this."
German Defense Ministry Spokesperson , June 2007

Whats he talking about. Put fundaes

Just ID the pic.
Question 1

Mario Armando Lavandeira, Jr. is an American blogger and television personality. His blog is (formerly, which he writes under the pseudonym X. On his website, Lavandeira posts gossip items about musicians, actors and celebrities. He often posts tabloid photographs over which he has added his own captions or "doodles." His blog has garnered both positive and negative attention for its brash attitude, its active "outing" of alleged closeted homosexual celebrities and for its role in the increasing coverage of celebrities in all forms of media.
What is X? Please do not google... skythe !

Here's his pic.. if it helps :

Quesxxchund Deux

Connect the following People. Clue : The Answer is peater(like big time) ..but the question is not.

N Btw if you haven't noticed that comment on one of the posts, we got featured on some which provides tools for blogs. (think they do it to everyone)
And this is our sites stats


S For President!
At the palms chilling with the martini
S For President!
Your commander in bikini

When they tell you bout my policies
To stop the player hating on the USA
nuclear nonproliferation and ratify Kyoto today
You can light in the motorcade in my hyper pink Escalade

S For President!
Not another oldie cliche
S For President!
You can get married if you're straight or if you're gay

If you're gonna put lipstick on a pig
Make sure that shit it matches your skin tone
You can trust me with my finger on the button (nucular)
is a vocabulary don't
Trading in the cabinet for a walk in closet
Hey! (Hey!)

S For President!
America should put me in charge
S For President!
Look at Bush it can't be that hard

Simon Cowell he might be a little mean
But when his kicked his bucket
I'll put him the courts to clean,
Then I'll paint the white house pink and move to Maui

S For President!
A proponent of clean energy
S For President!
The real maverick in DC

Waterboarding is torture and global warming is totally not hot
I'll make a department called the fashion police,
Boost the economy with all of the new jobs
Make over lady liberty in Donna, Tommy and Calvin Klein

S For President!
Get your cute little butt out there and vote,
S For President!
To spend some beauty tips and hope

S For President...
S For President...

S please..

t s elliot be shamed

P(for poet)'s greatest work is supposed to be the German guns:

Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom,
Boom, Boom, Boom,
Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom,
Boom, Boom, Boom

He also wrote this stunning piece of poetry.

We're here because we're here because
We're here because we're here.
We're here because we're here because
We're here because we're here.

During his time in the trenches, P also wrote a second poem; the words are as follows:

Hear the words I sing,
War's a horrid thing,
So I sing sing sing...

So. P?

s and z II

X is regarded as one of the best footballers of all time and a legend in his club Y ,voted amongst the best ever to have played for Y. X remains the only one from his nation to be inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame. To honor da man, when Y moved into a new stadium the first match they played was labelled as his tribute match and therefore the opponents were X's former club Z. ___ Card. Fill in the blank to get the question. Getting the answer is optional. (For extra points , choose the correct option. Mudd may/should/need/can/will not answer. )
ID A & B
Googling is encouraged :)

A X is a song or composition created from the combination of the music from one song with the a cappella (a capella = vocals) from another.
In full swing at the end of the 20th century, Xs have been described positively as "ultimate post-modern pop song[s]" or "'culture jamming in its purest form'" and "display an analytical impulse...we actually hear how these songs resonate with one another, comment upon and affect one a way, the music speaks for itself". They have also been described negatively as "the logical extension of the sampling fever of the '80s taken to its dumbest extreme". Due to the questionable legal status of Xs and little chance of profits "there's a real punk rock attitude attached to the movement".
Also, "The most interesting and entertaining phenomenon of the MP3 libraries on peer-to-peer systems is the availability of Xs - new compositions created by combining the rhythm tracks of one song and the vocal tracks of another. It is merely the latest incarnation of a widely shared, deeply embedded cultural habit of cultural recombination across time and space."

X is also known by the following names
* Bootlegs (mostly in Europe)
* Boots (but not Booty which is a branch of Electro)
* Y (as in the combined songs are unofficial)
* Blends
* Cutups (or cut ups, a term originally coined by William S. Burroughs to describe some of his literary experiments that involved literally "cutting up" different texts and rearranging the pieces to create a new piece.)
* Powermixing (Usually the pace has to be sped up to allow for more song to be played and thus cannot play any single blend for the full length of the song)

Give me X and Y

Sunday, December 21, 2008

hit me!

The connect is one word.

Hint: Think of the character in pic 3, not the real guy.