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Quiz: Bing-Oh!

  1. 1. By Vemana Madasu
  2. 2.  Every Question +2  First team to get a line, 2 lines, 3 lines and 4 lines +1  Line Question +3  First team to get 5 lines +3  Bingo questions 3x +1  That is total of 50 points for your questions  And strategy lets you get another 25 points
  3. 3. B I N G O 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
  4. 4.  It is awarded annually to three exceptional individuals who each receive $100,000 and, much more important, the granting of “One Wish to Change the World.  Each of them is a leader in his/her chosen field of work, with an unconventional viewpoint and a vision to transform the world.  After several months of preparation, they unveil their wish at an award ceremony held during the ________. These wishes have led to collaborative initiatives with far-reaching impact.
  5. 5.  X is an arcade game developed by Nintendo, released in 1981. It is an early example of the platform genre, as the gameplay focuses on maneuvering the main character across a series of platforms while dodging obstacles.  The storyline is thin but well-developed for its time. The player must take the role of Y and rescue the girl. This was the first occurrence of the damsel in distress scenario that would provide the template for countless video games to come.  It marked the first time that the storyline for a video game preceded the game's programming rather than simply being appended as an afterthought.  This game led to a spin off which became one of the most recognizable game franchisees in arcade game history.  Name X and Y
  6. 6.  X appears in two very famous novels which we all have heard of. One of which is the first ever novel to be written on the typewriter!  Little do people know that he is the protagonist of two more published works called X Abroad; X, Detective and also three other unfinished works of which two are called X‟s conspiracy and Schoolhouse Hill
  7. 7.  Lets the say this 1996 song is titled X.  X opens with a sample of a monologue performed by Pete Postlethwaite in the movie Brassed Off  In the UK, X is a politician. The U.S. equivalent of X is "going on the stump" or Campaigning  In the late 1990s, the band received an offer of $1.5 million from Nike to use the song in a World Cup advertisement.According to the band it took about "thirty seconds to say no”
  8. 8.  In the early 60‟s the faculty of certain University were concerned about the quality of the introductory courses being offered to the undergraduate students. It was felt that these were burdened by an old-fashioned syllabus and that the exciting discoveries of recent years, many of which had occurred at in the campus itself, were not being conveyed to the students.  Thus, it was decided to reconfigure the first course offered to students, with the goal being to generate more excitement in the students. They approached the Stalwart in the subject and he readily agreed to give the course, though only once. Aware of the fact that this would be a historic event, the university recorded each lecture and took photographs of each drawing made on the blackboard.  What do we know these as? Which University?
  9. 9. These are some of the most famous examples  When _____ _____ falls in water, _____ _______ doesn't get wet. Water gets _____ _______."  "When _____ _____ does pushups, he doesn't lift himself up. He pushes the world down.  "_____ _____ „s tears cure cancer. Too bad he never cries. Ever  "If _____ _____ is late, time better slow down
  10. 10.  X was conceived in late 1987 by Mike Salisbury, part of the parent company‟s marketing team.  A survey in 1991 one showed that more children 5 and 6 years old could recognize X than could recognize Mickey Mouse or Fred Flintstone. This resulted in a lot of litigation and the company replaced X with non-anthropomorphic image.  A character in TV animated series Futurama is clearly a parody of X.
  11. 11.  What is the common word?  Scottish term for mine tailings  Unix program to measure network throughput between two hosts  Nickname of an Australian Cricketer  A German barbershop music organization  Soft Drink  A type of bread and cherry
  12. 12.  What are picture logics puzzles in which cells in a grid have to be colored or left blank according to numbers given at the side of the grid to reveal a hidden picture?  In this puzzle type, the numbers measure how many unbroken lines of filled-in squares there are in any given row or column. For example, a clue of "4 8 3" would mean there are sets of four, eight, and three filled squares, in that order, with at least one blank square between successive groups.
  13. 13.  Aerosmith – Cryin‟  Bryan Adams – Somebody  Def Leppard – Pour some sugar on me  Destiny‟s Child – Bills, Bills, Bills  Gloria Estefan – Here We Are  Gloria Estefan – Coming Out Of The Dark  Gloria Estefan – Rhythm is gonna get you  Goo Goo Dolls – Iris  Green day – Basket Case  Guns_and_roses – November Rain  Guns_and_roses – Welcome To The Jungle  Janet Jackson – Let‟s Wait Awhile  Journey – Don‟t Stop Believin‟  Journey – Faithfully  Linkin park – Points Of Authority – 99 Problems – One Step Closer  No Doubt – Bathwater  No Doubt – Different People  No Doubt – The Singles – Hella Good  Reba mcentire – one honest heart  Richard_Marx – Now And Forever  Sarah McLachlan – Building A Mystery  Sarah McLachlan – Possession  Sheryl Crow – run baby run  Vanessa Williams – Save the Best For Last
  14. 14.  He crash-landed on our planet sixty-one years ago yesterday. (31st July)  His uniform resembles that of a Greek God.  He is in love with Queen Tyr‟ahnee but she ignores him.  He has a dog called K-9  And finally he is hell-bent on blowing up or otherwise destroying the Earth because it blocks his view!
  15. 15.  This Radio series detailed the adventures of Britt Reid, debonair newspaper publisher by day, crime-fighting masked hero at night: With his faithful valet Kato, Britt Reid, daring young publisher, matches wits with the Underworld, risking his life so that criminal and racketeers within the law may feel its weight by the sting of the X  This hugely successful series was brought to TV by the producers to emulate the success of Batman. ◦ With Van Williams playing the title character and Y playing the character Kato the show became a huge success and Y went on to become a major movie star.
  16. 16.  The ____ ______ refers to the main "trunk" connections of the Internet. It is made up of a large collection of interconnected commercial, government, academic and other high-capacity data routes and core routers that carry data across the countries, continents and oceans of the world
  17. 17.  Measured by its longevity and popularity, the ________ ____ is the most successful mass produced light aircraft in history. The first production models were delivered in 1956 and they are still in production. As of 2008, more than 43,000 had been built. It is probably the most popular flight training aircraft in the world
  18. 18.  He exerted an important influence on the development of the recording industry. He invested US$50,000 in the Ampex company, which developed North America's first commercial reel-to-reel tape recorder, and became the first performer to pre-record his radio shows and master his commercial recordings on magnetic tape. He gave one of the first Ampex Model 200 recorders to his friend, musician Les Paul, which led directly to Paul's invention of multitrack recording.  He is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. Some say. aside from Bobby Jones and Arnold Palmer, he may be the person most responsible for popularizing the game of golf.  Name this wildly successful multimedia star who was a famous musical act and clearly inspired several male singers who came after him.
  19. 19.  The joke begins “____________________" (or whichever is relevant to that particular variation) and then places the three characters in a scenario. How each person in the joke reacts to the scenario is then explained, the final reaction being the punch line, playing up to that stereotype  Based upon the location the butt of the joke varies.  Some variations of these jokes are ◦ a redhead, a brunette and a blonde ◦ a priest, a minister and a rabbi.
  20. 20.  Connect!
  21. 21.  This filmmaker had immigrated from Italy to the United States at the age of 6. There he had served the country in WW1 as a teacher and in WW2 making Propaganda films designated Major.  But generally his films usually carry a definite message about the basic goodness of human nature and show the value of unselfishness and hard work.  His wholesome, feel-good themes have led some to call his ____-___, but those who hold his vision in high regard prefer the term _________.  It may be argued that much of the 'feel-good' type of cinema, which has become a genre of its own, is largely his legacy.
  22. 22.  His family was involved in sake, miso and soy sauce production in the Chita Peninsula, Aichi Prefecture since 1665.  He has some published works like “Never Mind School Records”, in which he stresses that school records are not important in one's success or ability to do business. He was famous for co- authoring the 1991 essay The Japan that Can Say No with politician Shintaro Ishihara, which criticized United States business practices and encouraged Japanese to take a more independent role in business and foreign affairs.  And his autobiography titled Made in Japan.  We all know this businessman for his contibution to totally different field which changed the way we live.
  23. 23.  At one time ______ was a semi-respectable activity among hackers; there was a gentleman's agreement that _______ as an intellectual game and a form of exploration was OK, but serious theft of services was taboo.  There was significant crossover between the hacker community and the hard-core ________ who ran semi-underground networks of their own through such media as the legendary "TAP Newsletter".  This ethos began to break down in the mid-1980s as wider dissemination of the techniques put them in the hands of less responsible_________ .  Around the same time, changes in the systems made old-style technical ingenuity less effective as a way of hacking it, so _________came to depend more on overtly criminal acts. The crimes and punishments of gangs like the '414 group' turned that game very ugly.  A few old-time hackers still _______casually just to keep their hand in, but most these days have hardly even heard of `blue boxes' or any of the other paraphernalia of the great_______ of yore
  24. 24.  When Precision Optical Instruments Laboratory started developing Japan‟s first-ever 35mm camera equipped with a focal plane shutter, the engineers dubbed the creation “_________” after the Buddhist goddess of mercy. At this point the company‟s logo even included the thousand-armed goddess. When the camera was ready to roll out worldwide in 1935, the company decided to tweak the name to “______” so it would be easier for international markets to accept.
  25. 25.  The _________ effect was discovered in the 1820s by Goldsworthy Gurney, based on his work with the "oxy-hydrogen blowpipe", credit for which is normally given to Robert Hare.  In 1825, a Scottish engineer, Thomas Drummond (1797–1840), saw a demonstration of the effect by Michael Faraday and realized that this would be useful for surveying. Drummond built a working version in 1826, and it is sometimes known as the Drummond Light after him.  _______ was first used in public in the Covent Garden Theatre in London in 1837 and enjoyed widespread use around the world in the 1860s and 1870s
  26. 26.  Brownie Wise was presented to the company's representatives as something of an idealized 1950s woman. The essential liberation of many women through earning their own salary in the context of male-driven post-World War II, pre-feminist culture of the 1950s created many challenges.  Her own relationship with X was in constant flux. Soon the private face of X and the public one eventually headed towards irreconcilable differences as Wise's success turned her into a celebrity.  In 1958 X forced Wise out. Soon after every reference to her was removed from company literature; it was as if she had never existed. She owned no stock and left with 1 year's salary.  Which Company?
  27. 27.  He worked as an IT Procurement Manager with the specialization "Statistical analysis and data reconfiguration", a job which he thoroughly loathed.  His middle name was Muriel.  He is noted for his wise-cracks and his sardonic attitude, which provides a defense mechanism. His most famous phrase is the rhetorical question "Could this be any more...?"  And he CANT Dance! Er… Who?
  28. 28.  Sofya Tolstoy  Rosalind  Ayn Rand  Elizabeth 1  Gertrude
  29. 29. This is a statue in Oviedo, Spain Whose is it?
  30. 30.  Barcelona Madrid  Sao Paulo Rio De Janiero  Jeju Gimpo  Melbourne Sydney  Cape Town Johanesburg  New Delhi Mumbai  In that order (decreasing)
  31. 31.  He was born in Mumbai and studied law but ended up becoming a successful Inventor  He has patents for _______ lock and the world‟s first springless lock. The latter he made while experiment with safes.  He also found a way to manufacture soaps from vegetable oils at a time when the only way to do was to use animal fat.  Name this inventive half a big company.
  32. 32. Ted Prize 2008 TED Prize * Neil Turok Cosmologist and education activist * Karen Armstrong Scholar on Competitive Religions * Dave Eggers Author, philanthropist and literary entrepreneur 2007 TED Prize * Bill Clinton Former president, Humanitarian * James Nachtwey Photo Journalist * E.O. Wilson Biological Scientist 2006 TED Prize * Larry Brilliant Doctor, Researcher, Activist * Jehane Noujaim Filmmaker * Cameron Sinclair Architect 2005 TED Prize * Bono Musician * Edward Burtynsky Photo Artist * Robert Fischell Inventor
  33. 33.  X= Donkey Kong  Y= Jumpman later renamed Mario
  34. 34.  Tom Sawyer  The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876). He appears in three other novels by Twain: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884), Tom Sawyer Abroad (1894), and Tom Sawyer, Detective (1896).
  35. 35. Tubthumping by Chumbawamba
  36. 36.  Richard Feynman‟s lectures on Physics  Caltech. California Institute of Technology
  37. 37.  Chuck Norris Facts  The facts are normally absurd hyperbolic claims about Norris's toughness, attitude, virility, sophistication, and masculinity
  38. 38.  Joe Camel
  39. 39. Bing
  40. 40.  Nonograms
  41. 41.  Most Expensive Album Ever  A US court fined Jamie Thomas for downloading 24 songs illegally from the Internet. She was laid down a fine of 80,000$ for each song she downloaded,  ie 1.92 million of total fine
  42. 42.  Marvin the Martian
  43. 43.  X – Green Hornet  Y-Bruce Lee (on right)
  44. 44.  Cessna 172
  45. 45.  Bing Crosby
  46. 46. "An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman" A Scotsman, an Englishman and an Irishman find a wizard on the top of a tall cliff. The wizard orders them to jump off the cliff, but he also promises that if they say anything while falling, they will get it at the bottom of the cliff. So first, the Englishman jumps off the cliff and shouts, "Pillows!" and so he lands on some pillows. Then the Scotsman jumps off the cliff, and he shouts, "Hay!" and so he lands on some hay. Finally the Irishman runs to jump off the cliff, but he trips on a rock just before the jump and says, "Aw, shite!”
  47. 47.  Flags of the Confederate States of America
  48. 48.  Frank Capra
  49. 49.  Akio Morita
  50. 50.  Phone Phreaking
  51. 51.  Kwanon--Canon
  52. 52.  Limelight
  53. 53.  Tupperware
  54. 54.  Chandler Bing
  55. 55.  Helen Mirren played em all Also played Titania, Ophelia and of course Elizabeth II
  56. 56.  Statue dedicated to the traveller
  57. 57.  Busiest Air Routes in the world In terms of no. of flights  1. Barcelona International Airport Madrid Barajas International Airport 971  2. Congonhas-São Paulo International Airport-Santos Dumont Airport (Rio de Janeiro) 894  3. Jeju International Airport Gimpo International Airport 858  4. Melbourne Airport Sydney Airport 851  5. Cape Town International Airport Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport 831  6. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Indira Gandhi International Airport (New Delhi) 742
  58. 58.  Ardeshir Godrej
  59. 59.  It is a licensed brand of General Sports Venue  First Patent for it was in US in 1967 by James M Faria and Robert T Wright for Monsanto Co. Inc.  Earlier models were only for decorative purposes and couldn‟t handle the extreme weather and wear they can today  It acquired it current name after its first well- publicized use at the Houston ________stadium in 1966.
  60. 60.  It was built on Sherman Act of 1890 to reduce the economic power wielded by so called „robber barons‟ such as JP Morgan and John D Rockafellar who dominated much of the American industries through _______ that controlled companies‟ voting shares.  Nowadays we hear it a lot in context of some software companies.
  61. 61.  Fly with me  I will never forget  Iran Election  Music Monday  3 words after sex  Geek pickup lines  Good Night
  62. 62.  Find And my previous quizzes & @ http://slideshare.net/vemana