Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Multi-Level Connect TK

Without any boring introductions, here are the questions.
Oh yeah, 8 simple questions. The answers of those questions connect to a theme. Identify the theme too. 

8. What does this map show?

7. X was written 
    • —over a 1500 year span (from 1400 B.C to A.D. 100)
    • —over 40 generations
    • —over 40 authors from many walks of life (i.e. - kings, peasants, philosophers, fishermen, poets, statesmen, scholars)
    • —in different places (i.e. - wilderness, dungeon, palaces)
    • —at different times (i.e. - war, peace)
    • —in different moods (i.e. - heights of joy, depths of despair)
    • —on three continents (Asia, Africa, and Europe)
    • Identify —X?
6. Which famous person does this rage comic parody?

5. —X was first surveyed in 1861 by Robert Bagot, who changed the ground’s configuration into what is today’s conventional oval. It previously was an irregular hexagon with a band rotunda in the northern corner.The arena remained virtually unchanged until it was re-modelled to international athletics specifications and a cinder track was installed for the Olympic Games in November 1956.Today it is the eighth largest ground in the world and one of the sporting wonders. X?

4. Fill in the blanks.

3. Whose films are these? 
  • Kiss
  • Handjob
  • —Blowjob
  • —Mario Banana
  • —Tub girls
  • —Nude restaurant
  • —Kiss the boot
  • —Taylor Mead's Ass
  • —Blue Movie
2.—Freebie marketing, also known as the ________ model, is the concept of either giving away a salable item for nothing or charging an extremely low price to generate a continual market for another, generally disposable, item.Who pioneered this concept?

1. The X was created by Jim Delligatti, one of Ray Kroc's earliest franchisees, who was operating several
 restaurants in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area.  It was designed to compete with a similar Big Boy sandwich. Customer response to the X was so good that it rolled out nationally in 1967. One of its most distinctive feature is a middle slice of bread used to stabilize contents and prevent spillage. X?   


Inconsistent Alibi said...

8. The damage at Hiroshima after the Atom Bomb.
7. The Bible
6. Carl Sagan
5. The Melbourne Cricket Ground
4. Encyclopaedia Brittanica
2. Razor and blades model
1. The Big Mac

all units of measurement! didn't know the 3rd.

(took help from google for 1).


Nice cracks! Number 3 is Warhol. Unit of fame :D

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