The weekly game of knowledge, intuition, inductive reasoning, and willingness to risk public embarrassment in a friendly and moderately supportive environment!!
Answers come out Fridayish, or when somebody reminds me.
1. What character said:
There's a daisy: I would give you some violets, but they withered all when my father died: they say he made a good end....2. What country is this?
3. What's that word that means "forcing the audience to see common things in an unfamiliar or strange way, in order to enhance perception of the familiar?" Sure, it's a tough question, but let's get one out there for the lit majors!
4. What is made from this recipe?
4.0 cl. Bourbon, Scotch or Rye whiskey5. What is shown in this here schematic diagram?
1 sugar cube
2 dashes Angostura bitters
1 splash soda water
6. He hid the hundred prophets from the persecution of Jezebel, and comes between Amos and Jonah. Who is he?
7. What's that word, beloved of philosophers, that means "relating to that which actually is," as opposed to that which we know?
8. What very large city is.... here?
9. What did Samuel Johnson say 'in England is generally given to horses, but in Scotland supports the people?'
10. The lex parsimoniae is the idea that when you've got competing hypothesis, the one that makes the fewest new assumptions is the most likely. What do we usually call this idea in English?
Put your answers in the comments with one splash soda water.