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Old 11-22-2019, 01:20 PM
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Is a modern handrail from your house routinely removed for period reenactments and filming? - Abraham Lincoln's home in Springfield, Ill.
Did your husband like to spend a lot of time barefoot in the house, which annoyed you? - Mary Todd Lincoln
Is your country house Hildene? - Robert Todd Lincoln: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hildene

Lincoln x3!

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Held elective office?
Held Federal office?

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IQs:

Did you badly lose to FDR in 1936?
Are you often credited with establishing Memorial Day?
Were you an occasional bodyguard to President Lincoln?
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1) Were you a British naturalist who became better known for your poetry?
2) Did you play Catwoman in the 1960's Batman movie?
3) Are you the main character in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes?
DQ.
Not Lee Meriwether.
DQ.

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IQs:

Did you badly lose to FDR in 1936?
Are you often credited with establishing Memorial Day?
Were you an occasional bodyguard to President Lincoln?
Not Alf Landon.
Not ... Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain?
DQ.



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4. Not known for the arts
5. Dead
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7. Did not die before 1900
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11. Did not hold Federal office
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Not Tom Lehrer.
DQ.
DQ.
2 was Lena the Hyena; 3 was Lorraine Warren.


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1. known only for the military?
2. died before 1990?

One DQ reserved.

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1) Were you a British naturalist who became better known for your poetry?
2) Did you play Catwoman in the 1960's Batman movie?
3) Are you the main character in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes?
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Not Lee Meriwether.
DQ.
#1 was Edward Lear.
Correct on Lee Meriwether.
#3 was Lorelei Lee.

2 DQs reserved.
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1. Were you one of Dr Who's Romanas?
2. Did you play a Union soldier and a ghost buster?
3. Were you in Blue Angel before going solo?


Lalla Ward, Larry Storch on F Troop and The Ghost Busters, Cyndi Lauper.

Closely associated with a president?
Ran for office, but lost?
Controversial?
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Old 11-22-2019, 08:24 PM
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10. Did not hold elective office
11. Did not hold Federal office
12. Widely known only for the military
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3) Did you host an exercise show on TV in the early 1960's?
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1) Were you occasionally known as Winston O'Boogie?
2) Were you the most famous accordion player before Weird Al Yankovic?
3) Did you host an exercise show on TV in the early 1960's?
DQ.
DQ.
Not Jack LaLanne.



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7. Did not die before 1900
8. Best known for politics/military
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10. Did not hold elective office
11. Did not hold Federal office
12. Known only for the military
13. Did not die before 1990
14. Not closely associated with a president
15. Did not run for office, but lose
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1) Were you occasionally known as Winston O'Boogie?
2) Were you the most famous accordion player before Weird Al Yankovic?
3) Did you host an exercise show on TV in the early 1960's?
DQ.
DQ.
Not Jack LaLanne.
#1 was John Lennon.
#2 was Lawrence Welk (a-wonnaful, a-wonnaful).
Correct on #3.

DQ: Best known for work in the Pacific theater during WWII?

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Old 11-22-2019, 11:09 PM
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1. Did you play the Phantom of the Opera in a silent movie?
2. Did you play the Phantom of the Opera in a Hammer Studios film?
3. Did you not play the Phantom of the Opera, but the Wolfman for a series of films from Universal?


DQ: commissioned officer?
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Old 11-23-2019, 12:13 AM
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I'm not sure I understand DQ answer 15. Should it be "Did not run for office, but lost"?

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Did you badly lose to FDR in 1936? - Yes, Alf Landon
Are you often credited with establishing Memorial Day? - Not Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, but John Logan: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_A._Logan
Were you an occasional bodyguard to President Lincoln? - Ward Hill Lamon, the larger-than-life US Marshal for the District of Columbia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ward_Hill_Lamon

DQs:

Best known for battlefield service?
Memorable for his death?

One DQ reserved.

IQs:

Did Winfield Scott tell you in 1861 that you had just made the worst mistake of your life?
Did you suggest that the US should "bomb the [enemy] back to the Stone Age"?
Were you US Ambassador to Nazi Germany in 1964 in Robert Harris's alt-hist novel Fatherland?
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Old 11-23-2019, 08:21 AM
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1. Did you play the Phantom of the Opera in a silent movie?
2. Did you play the Phantom of the Opera in a Hammer Studios film?
3. Did you not play the Phantom of the Opera, but the Wolfman for a series of films from Universal?
I know two of those were Lon Chaney, so I'm going to guess:
Not Lon Chaney Sr.
DQ.
Not Lon Chaney Jr.

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Did Winfield Scott tell you in 1861 that you had just made the worst mistake of your life?
Did you suggest that the US should "bomb the [enemy] back to the Stone Age"?
Were you US Ambassador to Nazi Germany in 1964 in Robert Harris's alt-hist novel Fatherland?
Not ... Robert E Lee?
Not ... Curtis LeMay?
DQ.


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2. Male
3. Last name starts with L
4. Not known for the arts
5. Dead
6. American
7. Did not die before 1900
8. Best known for politics/military
9. Died after 1960
10. Did not hold elective office
11. Did not hold Federal office
12. Widely known only for the military
13. Did not die before 1990
14. Not closely associated with a president
15. Did not run for office, but lose
16. Not controversial
17. Served in the army
18. Best known for activity in WWII
19. Not best known for work in the Pacific theater during WWII
20. Became a commissioned officer
21. Best known for battlefield service
22. Not memorable for my death



Okay -- that's 22, with at least three DQs still outstanding. No more IQs; please ask all remaining DQs by 1200 Eastern tomorrow (Sun 24 Nov), and then we'll go on to the "Firstname Lastname" DQs.



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I'm not sure I understand DQ answer 15. Should it be "Did not run for office, but lost"?
Question 15 was:
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Ran for office, but lost?
Answer 15: No, I did not do that (run for office, but lose).
"Did not run for office, but lost" makes no sense -- how could I have lost if I didn't run?
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Old 11-23-2019, 08:37 AM
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Okay -- that's 22, with at least three DQs still outstanding. No more IQs; please ask all remaining DQs by 1200 Eastern tomorrow (Sun 24 Nov), and then after I answer them we'll go on to the "Firstname Lastname" DQs.
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Old 11-23-2019, 08:51 AM
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Old 11-23-2019, 10:12 AM
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...Answer 15: No, I did not do that (run for office, but lose).
"Did not run for office, but lost" makes no sense -- how could I have lost if I didn't run?
Ah, I see - thanks. :: mumbles :: I thought it was metaphorical or something.

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Did Winfield Scott tell you in 1861 that you had just made the worst mistake of your life? - Yes, Robert E. Lee, after he turned down command of the US Army to go south
Did you suggest that the US should "bomb the [enemy] back to the Stone Age"? - Yes, Curtis LeMay, of the North Vietnamese
Were you US Ambassador to Nazi Germany in 1964 in Robert Harris's alt-hist novel Fatherland? - Charles Lindbergh

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Was a brigadier general or higher by VE Day?
Best known for a single incident?
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9. Died after 1960
10. Did not hold elective office
11. Did not hold Federal office
12. Widely known only for the military
13. Did not die before 1990
14. Not closely associated with a president
15. Did not run for office, but lose
16. Not controversial
17. Served in the army
18. Best known for activity in WWII
19. Not best known for work in the Pacific theater during WWII
20. Became a commissioned officer
21. Best known for battlefield service
22. Not memorable for my death
23. Did not serve in the Army Air Force
24. Was not a brigadier general or higher by VE Day
25. Not best known for a single incident



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Old 11-23-2019, 12:25 PM
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You can, but wait until after I answer DLR's DQ(s) -- that might provide the information you need.
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Old 11-23-2019, 03:19 PM
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No idea who this is. The only famous non-general non-Pacific US Army man I can think of is Audie Murphy.
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Old 11-23-2019, 05:35 PM
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Well, there's Eddie Slovak, but he was known for desertion.... Hmm.
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I know two of those were Lon Chaney, so I'm going to guess:
Not Lon Chaney Sr.
DQ.
Not Lon Chaney Jr.
2 (Phantom of the Opera in a Hammer movie) was Herbert Lom.


Final DQ: received any awards?
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9. Died after 1960
10. Did not hold elective office
11. Did not hold Federal office
12. Widely known only for the military
13. Did not die before 1990
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15. Did not run for office, but lose
16. Not controversial
17. Served in the army
18. Best known for activity in WWII
19. Not best known for work in the Pacific theater during WWII
20. Became a commissioned officer
21. Best known for battlefield service
22. Not memorable for my death
23. Did not serve in the Army Air Force
24. Was not a brigadier general or higher by VE Day
25. Not best known for a single incident
26. Awarded several decorations and medals during the war


De La Rue, atimnie, EH and the Prof may each ask one "Are you Firstname Lastname?" DQ. Please do so by 2230 Eastern tomorrow (Sun 24 Nov).
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DQ: Best known for action in Germany?
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Old 11-24-2019, 11:31 AM
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All DQs have been asked and answered. "Firstname Lastname" questions only.
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Wracking my brains and coming up empty, given the answers provided.
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Unless it's someone who's not exactly a household name, I haven't been able to find anybody.
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Old 11-24-2019, 10:28 PM
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I might as well guess. Are you Carwood Lipton?
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Yes! My name is C Carwood Lipton, and I was first sergeant of E Company, 2/506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, when I received a battlefield promotion to second lieutenant. I was played by Donnie Wahlberg in Band of Brothers.


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Never heard of him. I guess he rates a Wiki article, though: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carwood_Lipton
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Way to go, DLR! I don't remember ever hearing about him.
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Wow -- y'all have never seen Band of Brothers?
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Nope, never saw it.

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1) Did you have a Saturday morning cartoon series with a backup feature called Dingbat?
2) Were you Shakespeare's young son who died early?
3) Were you beloved by Abelard?
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1. Were you a well known guitarist and friends with Eric Clapton?
2. Are you the son of number one?
3. Did you sing a version of Kansas City?
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2) Were you Shakespeare's young son who died early?
3) Were you beloved by Abelard?
1) Take a DQ.
2) I am not Hamnet.
3) I am not Heloise.

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1. Were you a well known guitarist and friends with Eric Clapton?
2. Are you the son of number one?
3. Did you sing a version of Kansas City?
1. I am not Jimi Hendrix.
2. Take a DQ.
3. Take a DQ.
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1) Did you have a Saturday morning cartoon series with a backup feature called Dingbat?
2) Were you Shakespeare's young son who died early?
3) Were you beloved by Abelard?

1) Take a DQ.
2) I am not Hamnet.
3) I am not Heloise.
#1 was Heathcliff.
Correct on the others.

DQ: Real?
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1 was George Harrison, I don't recall Clapton being friends with Hendrix, nor do I recall Hendrix having any kids, not any that are remotely famous anyway. 2 was Dhani Harrison, 3 was Wilbert Harrison.

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Hendrix and Clapton were good friends, though.
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1 was George Harrison, I don't recall Clapton being friends with Hendrix, nor do I recall Hendrix having any kids, not any that are remotely famous anyway. 2 was Dhani Harrison, 3 was Wilbert Harrison.
All I can say is that I first thought of Hendrix and then couldn't think of anyone else.

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2) Did you write Cautionary Tales for Children?
3) Did you compose The Planets?
1) Take a DQ.
2) I am not Hillaire Belloc.
3) I am not Gustav Holst.


1. Real

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1) Did you write The 51st Dragon?
2) Did you write Cautionary Tales for Children?
3) Did you compose The Planets?

1) Take a DQ.
2) I am not Hillaire Belloc.
3) I am not Gustav Holst.
#1 was Heywood Broun. Correct on the others.

DQ: Last name starts with H?
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3) Did you play the mayor of New York City in Beau James?
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2. Did Peter Scolari play you in a series featuring number 1?
3. Did Howard and Mr. Carlin often annoy you?
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