Re: The Iron Fruit:
- --- In email@example.com, "mr_john_jones2003"
> This is amazing (LOL!). I posted demonstrable gibbersih (LOL!),and
> some persons take it and run with it (LOL!).Funny...tell you what. Let's all follow your example and be cynical,
> The Iron Fruit thesis was computer-generated nonsense! LOL!
> Get the point yet?
miserable posters who's greatest pleasure is criticizing others for
their own sad amusment...what fun! Right now I wish there was an
abbreviation for "giving the middle finger"...and other posters have
very likely wished the same when you use your "wit". Oscar Wilde you
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "belleamie1024" <d_wilk@c...> wrote:
> Well I could've told you as well (I've just finished "I Claudius")Jeopardy
> but the problem was you didn't phrase it correctly. In true
> style, one gives the answer, and prompts the players for thecorrect
> question. Your original post should have read:Sorry about that. I've never actually seen "Jeopardy" as it's not on
> "Okay...for $1000....
> Answer: This Roman Emperor united the Roman Empire by restoring
> Rome's political unity after years of civil war."
> The correct response would be:
> Who was Augustus Ceasar?
> I think the problem is that you just don't watch enough telly. A
> problem becoming endemic in our society. I blame the Internet.
TV across the pond. I only know about it because it's often featured
in American movies..."sitting on the sofa with a pen & paper
watching Jeopardy" seems to be an American archetype :)
Telly watching lost it's interest for me years ago because there is
so much s**t on the box nowadays. Now I tend to either socialise or
read. However, if I could watch Double Jeopardy I would ;-)
- --- In email@example.com, "Istari" <ianrobertson5@b...> wrote:
> Sorry about that. I've never actually seen "Jeopardy" as it's not onIf you're British, think of it as the American version of Mastermind,
> TV across the pond. I only know about it because it's often featured
> in American movies..."sitting on the sofa with a pen & paper
> watching Jeopardy" seems to be an American archetype :)
at least in terms of being a game show for brainiacs.