Botticelli - Sept. 2020

Nefertiti, Number Six, Donna Noble

DQ: Died of natural causes?
DQ: Known for a product, business or service?

holding a DQ

N.

  1. female
  2. real
  3. first name started with N
  4. deceased
  5. not associated with the Arts
  6. American
  7. died after 1899
  8. known, in part, for politics
  9. arguably best known for a single incident
  10. died after 1960
  11. not connected to the Civil Rights Movement
  12. not from the East Coast
  13. not known from the military
  14. not known for criminal activity
  15. died of natural causes
  16. not known for a product, business or service

IQs:

  1. Are you a woman known by many names in Firesign Theatre’s Nick Danger: Third Eye?
  2. Are you the central character in the highly acclaimed 1950’s all-leather radio series The Goon Show?
  3. Were you married to a 20th Century Republican president?

Dunno, dunno, and not Nancy Reagan.

#1 is Nancy.
#2 is Neddie Seagoon.
#3 is correct.

2 DQs reserved.

IQ1: When asked by Churchill what disguise he should wear to a masquerade ball, did you reply “Why don’t you come sober, Prime Minister?”
IQ2: Did you play Rhoda’s mom?
IQ3: Were you the first gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10.0 at the Olympic Games?

DQ: Athlete?

Not Neville Chamberlain (never heard that one), Nancy Walker or Nadia Comeniec (sp?).

N.

  1. female
  2. real
  3. first name started with N
  4. deceased
  5. not associated with the Arts
  6. American
  7. died after 1899
  8. known, in part, for politics
  9. arguably best known for a single incident
  10. died after 1960
  11. not connected to the Civil Rights Movement
  12. not from the East Coast
  13. not known from the military
  14. not known for criminal activity
  15. died of natural causes
  16. not known for a product, business or service
  17. not an athlete

Nancy Astor, correct x2

DQ: Famous husband?

N.

  1. female
  2. real
  3. first name started with N
  4. deceased
  5. not associated with the Arts
  6. American
  7. died after 1899
  8. known, in part, for politics
  9. arguably best known for a single incident
  10. died after 1960
  11. not connected to the Civil Rights Movement
  12. not from the East Coast
  13. not known from the military
  14. not known for criminal activity
  15. died of natural causes
  16. not known for a product, business or service
  17. not an athlete
  18. not a famous husband

As Prof. P. has reserved two DQs, that’s it for IQs, bringing us to 20.

DQs:

  1. Known as a writer?
  2. First name starts with Na - to - Ne?

N.

  1. female
  2. real
  3. first name started with N
  4. deceased
  5. not associated with the Arts
  6. American
  7. died after 1899
  8. known, in part, for politics
  9. arguably best known for a single incident
  10. died after 1960
  11. not connected to the Civil Rights Movement
  12. not from the East Coast
  13. not known from the military
  14. not known for criminal activity
  15. died of natural causes
  16. not known for a product, business or service
  17. not an athlete
  18. not a famous husband
  19. not known as a writer
  20. first name did not start with Na-to-Ne

Tawk amongst yourselves, and then ask your earned “Are you Firstname Lastname?” questions by noon Sat. EST. Thanks!

Shoulda asked more about the death date. That often helps me.

DQ: Are you Nellie Ross, the first woman governor in America?

The only name I can think of - Nicole Simpson - has already been guessed.

I am not.

We never did narrow down her field of occupation.

Are you Nina, daughter of caricaturist Al Hirschfeld?

I am not.

I can only think of Norah O’Donnell but she’s not dead.

Hmmm.

The Saturday deadline having passed, I am in fact


I’ll start an October thread soon.

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