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The answers to yesterday's Jeopardy! questions were: What is a pecan? and What is the almond?

Today, we are met with the first Double Jeopardy! question of the week, which is worth $400:

The Category: Genius by Muse

The Answer: Beatrice, a Florentine girl who died in 1290, was this poet's muse.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to Monday's Jeopardy! question was: What are pistachios?

Brian and I are back home from house sitting, so I will be back on top of posting these every day.

Here's another two-fer because I failed at posting yesterday (go figure). The 1st question is worth $600 and the 2nd question is worth $1000:

The Category for both: A Bunch of Nuts

First Answer: This nut of a hickory tree follows "butter" in the name of a classic ice cream flavor.

Second Answer: Marzipan, used to cover or decorate cakes, is a paste made from this nut.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answers to yesterday's Double Jeopardy! and Final Jeopardy! questions were: What is The Jetsons? and Who is Isaac Newton?

That Final Jeopardy! question was a doozy!! Congrats to [livejournal.com profile] chris_walsh for pulling the correct answer out of his butt! :)

And now, we return to having a clean slate and start off once again with a Jeopardy! question, worth $200:

The Category: A Bunch of Nuts

The Answer: The shells of these greenish nuts used to be dyed red; not so much anymore.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to the Double Jeopardy! questions from Friday were: What is your belly button? and What is an ejectable/ejector seat?

Apparently, I suck at keeping up with the Page-A-Day's when I'm not actually near my calendar! I emailed myself the entire week's worth of the questions and answers before heading to Brian's folks to house sit. Oh well, it's all good.

That being said, today is another two for one. The first is a Double Jeopardy! question, worth $2000, and the second is the Final Jeopardy! question:

The Category for Double Jeopardy!: Button it!

The Answer: On this animated TV show, George and Jane got "Button Finger" from pushing too many futuristic devices.

The Category for Final jeopardy!: Scientists

The Answer: Alexander Pope wrote the epitaph "Nature and Nature's laws lay hid in night, G-d said, let" him "be and all was light"

Go luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to Wednesday's Jeopardy! question was: What is Lucy?

So, whoops! It appears that I *forgot* to post yesterday's question, therefore, today you get two Double Jeopardy! questions, the first one worth $400 and the second one worth $1200:

The Category for both: Button it!

The first Answer: Yours may be an innie or an outie.

The second Answer: In Goldfinger, James Bond had one of these seats in his car to get rid of any pesky passengers at the push of a button.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Jeopardy! question was: Who is Susan B. Anthony? Congratulations to [livejournal.com profile] amaya_kawaii for getting it correct!!

And now, onto today's Jeopardy! question, which is worth $1000:

The Category: You Go, Girl!

The Answer: This female name given to the fossil found by Donald Johnson in Ethiopia in 1974 was inspired by a Beatles song.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!! :)

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Jeopardy! question was: Who is Dorothy Parker? Congrats to [livejournal.com profile] chris_walsh for getting the answer correct!!

That was pretty difficult for a $200 question. And now, onto today's Jeopardy! question, worth $600:

The Category: You Go, Girl!

The Answer: Fined $100 for voting in an 1873 Rochester election she said, "I shall never pay a dollar of your unjust penalty."

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Final Jeopardy! question was: Who is Earth, Wind, and Fire?

And now I want to listen to this:



::Grooves:: ::sees everyone staring at her:: ::stops abruptly:: ::ahem::

Anywho, since it is Monday, we now have a clean slate for the week! And now, onto today's Jeopardy! question, which is worth $200:

The Category: You Go, Girl!

The Answer: This witty woman who helped found the Screen Writers Guild left her estate to Martin Luther King, JR.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Double Jeopardy! question was: What is The English Patient?

We have reached the Final Jeopardy! round. YAAAAAAY!!

The Category: Band Name Origins

The Answer: This band took its name from the three elements in founder Maurice White's astrological chart.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Double Jeopardy! question was: What is Noah's Ark?

Sorry this is going up so late. I've been away from the internet most of the day.

And now for today's Double Jeopardy! question, worth $2000:

The Category: The Great Canadian Novel

The Answer: This 1992 Michael Ondaatje novel became a Ralph Fiennes movie that won the Best Picture Oscar.

Also, tomorrow's Final Jeopardy! category is: Band Name Origins. Put your wager for tomorrow in Today's comment.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Double Jeopardy! question was: What is Quebec?

One of these days, I'd like to actually tour Quebec as opposed to get our car broken into at the visitor center and get the hell out of there, which happened a few years ago.

And now, onto today's Double Jeopardy! question, which is worth $1200:

The Category: The Great Canadian Novel

The Answer: Not Wanted on the Voyage rewrites the story of this biblical vessel.

Good luck, and NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Jeopardy! question was: What are parents?

I don't know, back in the days of AOL, the code was POS (Parent Over Shoulder), but I guess if a teenager was to text their friend with POS nowadays, their friend would think they are being called Pieces of Shit. ::shrug::

Anywho... Onto today's Double Jeopardy! question, worth $400:

The Category: The Great Canadian Novel

The Answer: Hugh MacLennan's Two Solitudes is set in this province, site of linguistic and cultural conflict.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Jeopardy! question was: What is keep in touch?

That answer makes me wish some people actually would... But I digress. Here is today's Jeopardy! question, worth $1000:

The Category: Text Messaging

The Answer: Careful! "P911" is a text message alert about the looming presence of one of these.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Jeopardy! question was: What are Hugs and Kisses?

Today's Jeopardy! question is worth $600:

The Category: Text Messaging

The Answer: "KIT" tells a pal to do this, though he may be far away.

Good luck!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Final Jeopardy! question was: What is the (Capital) Beltway?

Everyone who answered, got it correct! For shits and giggles, I went back through the week to see how much money everyone had amassed over the week, and you all did really, really, well :)

And now, we wipe those scores and move on to a new week of Jeopardy! questions!! This time, keep track of what you've earned over the week as it will come in really handy later on :) Today's Jeopardy! question is worth $200:

The Category: Text Messaging

The Answer: I send you "H&K," these two proofs of my love.

Good luck, don't cramp your brain too hard on this one, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Double Jeopardy! question was: Who is Marcel Duchamp?

We have reached the end of the week, according to the calendar, which means it's time for Final Jeopardy!

In this round, you get to wager up to how much you've earned this week. If you haven't played this week, or you got every answer wrong, you can wager up to $1000. Also, if you earned less than $1000, you can also wager up to $1000. The max you can wager is: $5400.

And now, onto the Final Jeopardy! question:

The Category: Highways

The Answer: Made up of I-495 & I-95, it was conceived as a bypass called the Washington Circumferential Highway.

Good luck, put your wager in your comment, and NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Double Jeopardy! question was: Who is Sam Rayburn?

Congratulations to [livejournal.com profile] yendi & [livejournal.com profile] hiatazealo for getting the answer correct! Even I didn't know the answer to that one, so I learned something :)

And now onto today's Double Jeopardy! question, which is worth $2000:

The Category: 1912: 100 Years Ago

The Answer: This French artist caused a sensation with his 1912 work Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

Oh, and just as a heads up, start thinking about this category: Highways, because that is the category for Final Jeopardy! coming to you tomorrow. More on that, well, tomorrow!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's Double Jeopardy! question was: What is the (RMS) Titanic?

As [livejournal.com profile] yendi pointed out in his answer, and I'm paraphrasing, that question was not worthy of being a Double Jeopardy! question.

I have confidence that today's Double Jeopardy! question will fit the bill! This question is worth $1200:

The Category: 1912: 100 Years Ago

The Answer: Later Speaker, this Texan was first elected to the House in 1912 and served there continuously another forty-eight-plus years.

Go on, put your thinking caps on, and remember, form of a question, and NO CHEATING!!

Good luck!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's question was: Who is Ludwig van Beethoven? Nearly everyone got it right! YAAAAY!

It seems we have reached the Double Jeopardy! round for the week. Today's question is worth $400:

The Category: 1912: 100 Years Ago

The Answer: It sank in April, en route to New York City.

Good luck, and remember, NO CHEATING!!

~*::Meow::*~
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The answer to yesterday's question was: Who is/was Charlie Parker? Congratulations to everyone who played because you all got it correct!! :)

And now onto today's question, which is worth $1000:

The Category: Music World Biopics

Answer: Immortal Beloved told the story of this immortal composer.

Good luck! Comments are screened, and remember, NO CHEATING! :)

ETA: Answer as if you're actually playing Jeopardy! I'm pretty sure that Alex Trebek would not allow answers not phrased in the form of a question. LOL

~*::Meow::*~

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