Page 3 of 3

Posted: Wed Aug 09, 2006 3:22 pm
by Jeff Guest

Posted: Fri Nov 10, 2006 1:43 am
by dreamergirl
ah so long since I have visited this site..... in case anyone still wants to play....
1. How many voyages did Christopher Columbus make?
2. What was his real name?
3. What did he name his 1st settlement?
4. What year was his 1st voyage?
5. What year was his last voyage?

Posted: Fri Nov 10, 2006 7:05 am
by a.j lover
hey've you been?

Posted: Sun Nov 12, 2006 12:18 am
by dreamergirl
ok, but there's been lots going on here. I don't see many of the old faces here anymore. how have you been?

Posted: Thu May 24, 2007 8:00 pm
by Tigress
I can't find the most recent questions, so I hope none of you mind if I come up with some of my own. These questions cover a wide range of And a couple of them are random.

1. What is the largest breed of dog by standard?
2. Who was the winner of American Idol in Season 2?
3. How many planets are there?
4. When and where was "Fat Man," the second atomic bomb, dropped?
5. How did the America decide to come up with the 21-gun Salute?

Posted: Tue May 29, 2007 1:27 am
by dreamergirl
the english mastiff
ruben studdard?
9 planets
nagasaki japan I think...
I'm too lazy to type the last answer because it is long and drawn out :P

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2007 7:59 pm
by CuteSubmissiveGuy
dreamergirl wrote:the english mastiff
ruben studdard?
9 planets
nagasaki japan I think...
I'm too lazy to type the last answer because it is long and drawn out :P
Yeah it was nagasaki (Lucky guess) lol

Alright einstein. what was the population and how much did it drop in a split second? 8)

Posted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 4:57 pm
by dreamergirl
ha ha I don't remember that part!

Posted: Wed Jun 25, 2008 5:10 am
by Sir Daniel
here is one for you computer whiz's.. better google this one..

1 - who is the only man to serve as vice-President under two successive Presidents without ever becomming President himself? He is also the first man to resign from the vice-presidency.

2 - What was left out of the famous painting "Washington on the Delaware"?

3 - This famous leader of the Seventh calvery had a younger brother named Thomas who was the only man in history to win two congressional medal of honor's. They both died together. Who was he?

4 - I intvented the hydrofoil boat, a man-carrying kite, the aileron (the moveable part of an airplane wing that helps control rolling), the land-mine detector plus I was cofounder of the National Geographic Society, however you all know me for something else I invented, who am I?

5 - How old will Queen Elizabeth be when she surpasses Queen Victoria for the longest reigning British Monarch?

GOOD Luck!

~ Daniel

Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 10:15 pm
by Sir Daniel
answers.. (those were tough questions..)

1- His name was James C Calhoun, He was v/p under John Quincy Adams and then Andrew Jackson. Back in those days, whoever got the most votes from the electrial college was President, whoever got the second most became v/p. That is why in your early administrations the President and his v/p usually didn't get along at all.

2 - History tells us that one of the men who helped row Washington across the Delaware, named Oliver Cromwell, was a black soldier in the patriot army.

3 - His name was George Armstrong Custer, both he and his two time winning congressional medal of honor brother died at Little Big Horn in 1876

4 - Alaxender Bell. Bet you thought he only invented the telephone (so did I..)

5 - She will be 89 in 2015 when she holds this honor. Let's all hope she makes it..

OKay, I'm sure everyone knew all those answers and if not, hopefully you found them interesting.

~ Daniel

Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 10:28 pm
by Janice Kennedy
Well, Hmmmmmmmm, well, not really, but yes it was interesting and educational....good job.

Love and Blessings Joyful Jan
:D :D :D