Saturday, May 30, 2009

hi hi hi hi

A random guy Barack Obama met during a campaign stop in Ohio ended up becoming a key figure in John McCain's campaign — and spurred many a discussion about Obama's supposedly Socialist tendencies — to the point where the GOP nominee frequently cited him during the final presidential debate. McCain even went so far as to speak directly to him through the camera. In Toledo, X, a.k.a. Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, 34, told Obama he was concerned about buying the company he works for because the candidate's proposed tax plan would raise his taxes. Obama's response mentioned the need to "spread the wealth, "a phrase his rival rallied against for the rest of the campaign. Though news agencies quickly reported that X not only owed $1,200 in back taxes but also wasn't really a licensed plumber, McCain drafted Wurzelbacher to stump for him, only to be outshone by X's own ambitions: He stood up McCain at a rally, became a de facto G.O.P. pundit, chatting up talk show hosts and news anchors, and just came out with a new book, X : Fighting for the American Dream.

Friday, May 22, 2009

oh my gawd !!

Whats the connexion??

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Sorry boys, couldn't find media for remaining questions.

1. The X is a fictional _____, from Y releasing in November 2008. The website lists a several increasingly incredible features (harmo.nica, video pro.jector, voice transl.ator, co.ffee machine, and electric s.having razor). All this among many other features that are standard on current leading ___________'s. But upon clicking one of the links to exit the page, an array of information about Y is displayed. The campaign, which included online advertising on sites, is an attempt to attract interest in Y.

X? Y?

Wednesday, May 13, 2009


And this piece of text :

A rakugo, or humorous short story, tells of three men that prepared a ___ stew but were unsure as to whether it was safe to eat. To test the stew, they gave some to a beggar. When it did not seem to do him any harm they ate the stew. Later, they met the beggar again and were delighted to see that he was still in good health. After that encounter, the beggar, who had in fact not eaten the stew but hidden it, knew that it was safe and he could eat it. The three men had been fooled by the wise beggar.

Who (might have) said this to Whom ?

Attitude toh Poora Masala Dosa ka deta hai, aur bowling Appam jaisa karta hai ?

Another Q

On May 4, 1536, Francesco Lapi—a Florentine merchant who at the time was in Seville, Spain—used X in a letter, the first ever known instance of a document containing it. Back then, he was referring to the number of "amphoras" that were shipped in three vessels which departed Spain on their way to Rome, Italy. An "amphora" was a commercial volume measure of those times.
What is X?

Monday, May 11, 2009

Blog Resurrection Question of the Year

Next Question next year.

Activity X
A average daily newspaper(PDF) (100% recycled paper) 850
A glass of orange juice 1,050
One load of dishes in an EnergyStar dishwasher (PDF)
A five mile trip in theaverage U.S. automobile 10,000
A cheeseburger 15,000
Electricity consumed by the average U.S. household in one month 3,100,000

Given above is a certain table. Identify the column heading X.

Is the blog dead?

Jungle says connect :