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  1. 1. Do i t
  2. 2. IIM Indore Mridang 2012Sutra – Lone Wolf Finals
  3. 3. Finals• Rules mentioned before each round.
  4. 4. Nod in your general direction • Thejaswi Udupa of KQA, Merin of RVQC
  5. 5. CLOCKWISE - infinite pounce• +10 for correct answer ( on Direct and Pass). No Negatives.• Infinite Bounce – If you answer a question, the next direct goes to the team sitting next to you. If no one answers, the next question goes to the next team.• 18 questions.• Pounce – Gives you a chance to score off an *easy* question, even if it is not your direct.• Register your pounce during the pounce interval before the question is made open to all. You get +15/-10.• Show the answer in writing. Wrong/No answer gives you negatives.• Infinite Pounces allowed per team.
  6. 6. 1.• Bureaucracy is a PITA. In God we trust.• This is an image of Tilhan/Talhan Gurudwara. A very unique offering is being made.• As the story goes, one woman tried this. Her prayers were answered. Mass hysteria ensured that now everyone does the same. Yay • What specific request is the devotee asking for?
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  8. 8. 1.• Essentially this ‘toyplane’ offering, simplifies and easily grants your VISA application.
  9. 9. 2.• In September 2009,two Bangladeshi newspapers, The Daily Manab Zamin and the New Nation, published stories that Neil Armstrong had held a news conference claiming the moon landing was an elaborate hoax.• On February 3, 2012, Congressman John Fleming (R- Louisiana) posted a link to an article on his Facebook page about an $8 billion "Abortionplex”• An article on Harry Potter inciting children to practice witchcraft was the subject of a widely forwarded email.• Some of the many instances of what EPICFAIL mistake?
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  11. 11. 2.• People believing ‘Onion News’ articles to be real.• “Poll: 1 In 5 Americans Believe Obama Is A Cactus”
  12. 12. 3.• X (born 1948 in Stockholm, Sweden), is a Finnish former racing driver and winner of the 1982 Formula One World Championship. He is the father of a current F1 GP driver.• This level in Angry Birds is a tribute to him.• Who he?
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  14. 14. 3.• Keke Rosberg, father of Nico Rosberg.
  15. 15. 4.• Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, again stands atop the Fashion Buzzword List of 2012, this time as ‘the Duchess Effect’, according to the annual analysis by the Global Language Monitor (GLM).• Following ‘The Duchess effect’ were ‘peplums’, ‘braid bars’, ’pyjamas’, and “______’s ____”. Rounding out the Top Ten were ‘paisley,’ Gatsby’, ‘pale colors,’ ‘tangerines,’ and ‘novelty denim’.• The 5th item ensured two of the 10 spots were in the Middleton family. Fill in the blanks
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  17. 17. 4.• Pippa’s bum • We’ll accept Pippa’s bottom.
  18. 18. 5.• 52 not out!• All sports love a statistic but none more than the summer game. Numbers and averages are as important to cricket as bat and ball.• For many years, there was a figure that taunted Australian cricketers – Doug Walters’s 44.• In 1973, the pair were looking forward to getting home, and while the flight wasn’t particularly comfortable – players travelled economy in those days – at least the ____ was free.• Walters remembers Marsh turning to him and asking a question, which escalated into a full blown competition.• The record was finally beaten, (and quite conclusively at that)by a gifted player – and it currently stands at 52.• Who is this legend? What is the record?
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  20. 20. 5.• Number of Beer cans had on a flight to Sydney• David Boon
  21. 21. 6.• “ Last week Control Data ( CDC ) announced the 6600 system. I understand that in the laboratory developing the system there are only 34 people including the janitor. Of these, 14 are engineers and 4 are programmers. Contrasting this modest effort with our vast development activities, I fail to understand why we have lost our industry leadership position by letting someone else offer the worlds most powerful computer.” -X., IBM CEO, August 28, 1963• “It seems Mr. X has answered his own question.” -Y.• Y went on to make a company with his own name, and built massively awesome supercomputers.• X is the inspiration behind the name given to a popculture icon in a TV show.• X, Y ?
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  23. 23. 6.• X – Thomas Watson Jr. ( who gives his name to Watson of Jeopardy )• Y – Seymour Cray
  24. 24. 7.• This webcomic used a popular joke attributed to Yakov Smirnoff, and what is now an Internet meme, in its punchline. The original source was a winning comment on reddit.• Quite unfortunately, there was an actual blast in Moscow airport later that day, and they issued a condolence message.• What is the meme?
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  26. 26. 7.• In Soviet Russia / Russian Reversal
  27. 27. 8.• The International Society of X organization was founded in 1982 in Washington, D.C. to serve as a scholarly center for documenting and evaluating evidence of unverified animals; that is, animal species or forms which have been reported in some manner but which have not been scientifically proven to exist.• The study of such animals is known as X, and X was also the title of its journal.• The official emblem of the society was the Y, which was chosen because, although it was well known to the inhabitants of its region, it was unknown to the European scientific community until the English explorer Harry Johnston sent to London an ‘Y’ skin which received international attention in 1901.• Y johnstoni is the species name.
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  29. 29. 8.• X – Cryptozoology• Y – Okapi
  30. 30. 9.• It is an over-life-size painting that depicts a moment from the aftermath of the wreck of a French naval frigate, which ran aground off the coast of todays Mauritania on July 5, 1816.• At least 147 people were set adrift on a hurriedly constructed raft; all but 15 died in the 13 days before their rescue, and those who survived endured starvation, dehydration, cannibalism and madness.• The event became an international scandal, in part because its cause was widely attributed to the incompetence of the French captain perceived to be acting under the authority of the recently restored French monarchy.• Which Painting?• Artist?
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  32. 32. 9.• The Raft of the Medusa, by Théodore Géricault
  33. 33. 10.• “One must not put a loaded rifle on the stage if no one is thinking of firing it.” X, Polnoe sobranie sochinenii i pisem v tridsati tomakh, Pis´ma, letter to Aleksandr Semenovich Lazarev (pseudonym of A. S. Gruzinsky), 1 November 1889;• ‘This idea had already been expressed by X in the summer of 1889 at Yalta, in conversation with I. Ya. Gurlyand: “If in the first act you have hung a pistol on the wall, then in the following one it should be fired. Otherwise don’t put it there.” From Gurlyand’s “Reminiscences of X”, in Teatr i iskusstvo 1904• ’ Another version is quoted in S. Shchukin, Memoirs (1911): ‘If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off. If it’s not going to be fired, it shouldn’t be hanging there.’• Essentially similar statements describing which oft-frowned upon Literary device.
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  35. 35. 10.• Anton Chekhov• Chekhov’s Gun
  36. 36. 11.• Y is name of a cowardly braggart (supposed by some to represent a Spanish don) in traditional Italian comedy. Generally gets beaten up for his boasting and cowardice• The word origins are similar to "skirmish," from schermire "to fence," from a Germanic source.• One popular place where you’d have heard this is the “Bohemian Rhapsody” song by Queen.• Y?
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  38. 38. 11.• Scaramouche.I see a littlesilhouetto of a manScaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the_______Thunderbolt and lightning, very, very frightningme
  39. 39. 12.• The vast X Plain is the world’s largest limestone karst landscape covering an area of 270,000 square km, extending 2,000 km between Norseman and Ceduna. Two thirds of the X is within Western Australia and one third is in South Australia.• The spectacular Bunda Cliffs and the Great Australian Bight border the area to the south and the northern border is the Great Victoria Desert.• The name X derives from “no trees”, but the plain is covered with bluebush and saltbush plants, hardy shrubs that are drought-resistant and salt-tolerant. The outer edges of the X house open woodlands of Myall acacias.• Edward John Eyre described the Plain as "a hideous anomaly, a blot on the face of Nature, the sort of place one gets into in bad dreams”.• Crossing the X, for many Australians, is a quintessential experience of the Australian Outback.• Clue : A university town in midwest USA has a similar name meaning “ tree city” . Botany knowledge might help• X
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  41. 41. 12.• NullArbor• University town being Ann Arbor, of UMich fame
  42. 42. 13.• The 2004 ‘X’ Award™ was presented to Roger Federer at the Tennis Masters Cup. Federer is the first recipient of the inaugural award, presented to the mens pro player who hands out more “______" (Y), than any other player. "I think I need some cream cheese with that" Federer said on inspecting the commemorative plaque.• To qualify for the X Award™, a player must either be ranked in the Top 8 of ATP singles players or participate in the year-end Tennis Masters Cup. The winner is the pro who captures the most Ys between January 1 and the start of the Masters. In the event of a tie, the number of "fries/breadsticks” will determine the winner.
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  44. 44. 13.• Golden Bagel Award• Most number of sets won 6-0• Bonus useless trivia : The hand gesture that everyone is doing in that image is called a Vicht Salut™ . Trademark of Lleyton Hewitt
  45. 45. 14.• Jack Brabham and designer Ron Tauranac, set up Motor Racing Developments Ltd. (MRD) in 1960, deliberately avoiding the use of either man’s name. But The cars were subsequently known as Brabhams after the duo decided to rename the company.• Jack Brabhams 1966 drivers championship remains the only such achievement using a car bearing the drivers own name.• Now why did the renaming happen?• Clue available on request
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  47. 47. 14.• The "MRD" was renames after motoring journalist Jabby Crombac pointed out that "the way a Frenchman pronounces those initials—written phonetically, em air day— sounded perilously like the French word... merde.“ – meaning shit
  48. 48. 15.Which Journal are we talking about ?• When Thomas Wakley founded X in 1823, he announced “ X can bean arched window to let in the light or it can be a sharp surgicalinstrument to cut out the dross and I intend to use it in both senses”.• First edition of X appeared on Oct 5, 1823 when Louis Pasteur wasonly 1 year old !Some of the important milestones of X have been :•1867 Listers antiseptic principle.•1918 Rivers insights into shell shock therapy that led to a betterunderstanding of what is now known as Post-Traumatic StressDisorder.•2003 Identification of coronavirus as a possible cause of SARS.
  49. 49. Answers Follow
  50. 50. 15.• The Lancet Medical Journal
  51. 51. 16.• Identify the book series• X is a series of twelve novels by Scottish author Alexander McCall Smith. The episodic novels are as much about the adventures and foibles of different characters as they are about solving mysteries. The lead character is Mma Precious Ramotswe, the first female private investigator in Botswana.• The BBC and HBO filmed a series based on the books. It stars Jill Scott as Mma. Some of the titles of the book series are Morality For Beautiful Girls ,The Kalahari Typing School For Men, The Full Cupboard of Life, In the Company of Cheerful Ladies.
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  53. 53. 16.• The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency
  54. 54. 17Pictured above is a small nocturnal fox found inthe north of the Sahara desert. It is also thenational animal of Algeria and serves as thenickname of the Algerian national footballteam. Identify the animal.
  55. 55. Answers Follow
  56. 56. Fennec fox – also the name of Mozilla’s mobile browser
  57. 57. 18. Identify X and Y in this chess match• White: X Black: Y• 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. Qe2• The opening is the Ruy Lopez, Worrall Attack.5... b5 6. Bb3 Be7 7. c3 0-0 8. 0-0 d5• This move is a pawn sacrifice (ECO code C86). If White accepts it, Blacks pieces can occupy active positions.9. exd5 Nxd5 10. Nxe5 Nf4 11. Qe4 Nxe5 12. Qxa8?• 12... Qd3! 13. Bd1 Bh3! 14. Qxa6? 14... Bxg2 15. Re1 Qf3• Here Y, using the descriptive chess notation, says: "Im sorry Frank, I think you missed it. Queen to bishop three, bishop takes queen, knight takes bishop, mate.“• 0–1. X resigns without questioning Y’s analysis
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  59. 59. X-Frank Poole Y-HAL 9000(2001: A Space Odyssey)
  60. 60. SCORES
  61. 61. Salman Rushdie Round• Well, its almost like Write Brothers / Writers Block. 6 questions Tough, Sitter, Tough, Sitter, Tough, Sitter ( Or so we hope)• Tough Conventional : 0 , 10 [ if u get it wrong, if u dont answer, if u get it right, respectively ] yes there are negatives• Sitter Conventional : -10,10 [ not correct, correct]• Salman Rushdie Bonus : Opt for it before the question is shown: Take 0,20 for Tough If wrong, Banned from attempting the sitter.
  62. 62. Thought Leaders• SVC of Inventions/Concepts/Patents.• Id the inventor
  63. 63. 1.
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  65. 65. 1.• Sir James Dyson, of Dyson Company• Inventor of cool things like• Dual Cyclone Bagless Vacuum cleaner,• Dyson Air Multiplier etc
  66. 66. 2.• Next slide
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  69. 69. 2.• Nikola Tesla• Tesla Coil, and assorted inventions ( some kookybeyond measure)
  70. 70. 3.
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  72. 72. 3.• Douglas Englebart, inventor of the Mouse.• On December 9, 1968, he did a demonstration of experimental computer technologies that are now commonplace.• This event is now known as “The Mother of All demos”• The live demonstration featured the introduction of the computer mouse, video conferencing, teleconferencing, hypertext, word processing, hypermedia, object addressing and dynamic file linking, bootstrapping, and a collaborative real-time editor.
  73. 73. 4.
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  75. 75. 4.• Albert Einstein• Patent for Einstein Refrigerator• Photoelectric effect• Elevator Thought experiment
  76. 76. 5.
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  78. 78. 5.• Buckminster Fullerof‘buckminsterfullerene’fame
  79. 79. 6.
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  81. 81. 6.• Jagadish Chandra Bose• Crescograph• Wireless transmission/ Radio
  82. 82. SCORES
  83. 83. ANTICLOCKWISE - infinite pounce• +10 for correct answer ( on Direct and Pass). No Negatives.• Infinite Bounce – If you answer a question, the next direct goes to the team sitting next to you. If no one answers, the next question goes to the next team.• 16 questions.• Pounce – Gives you a chance to score off an *easy* question, even if it is not your direct.• Register your pounce during the pounce interval before the question is made open to all. You get +15/-10.• Show the answer in writing. Wrong/No answer gives you negatives.• Infinite Pounces allowed per team.
  84. 84. Mr. X , Mr. YX was elected the President of Vienna’s oldest investment bank and was also the finance minister of his country after the Great War. He set himself three goals in life: To be the greatest _______ in the world, to be the best horseman in all of Austria and the greatest lover in all of Vienna. Despite his social prominence the Viennese press noted that : “His lifestyle was as extravagant as a lords . . . . He was as careless of his reputation as he was of his money. In response to a business associates warning about appearing in public with prostitutes, he rode up and down . . . a main boulevard in the inner city . . . with an attractive blonde prostitute on one knee and a brunette on the other."
  85. 85. • Y was a homosexual and had a string of scandalous lovers during his heyday although he married a Russian ballerina for social purposes. Ys Civil Service career began in October 1906, as a clerk in the India Office. In 1909 Y published his first professional economics article in the Economics Journal, about the effect of a recent global economic downturn on India. In 1911 Y was made editor of the Economic Journal. By 1913 he had published his first book, Indian Currency and Finance.• Both X and Y had great mutual respect for each other and when Y’s masterpiece came out in 1936, X by then the senior member of Harvard economics faculty, told his students to read the book and told them also that Ys work had totally superseded his own earlier writings on money.
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  87. 87. 1. • Y – John Maynard• X- Joseph Schumpeter Keynes
  88. 88. Mr.X, Mr.Y• The first non-English and non-white chairman of the ICC, X was among counted among the finest batsman of his day. In 2006, when Y was picked for the football world cup, one thing never in doubt about was his sporting pedigree, for the Champions League website described Y was the "grandson" of the legendary X. Others, however, described him as X’s grand nephew.• When asked about X’s proximity to him, Y replied, “ Hes definitely not a relative. In fact, I dont even know who he is. As far as I know, he has no family connection to me whatsoever. If I was his great-uncle then his grandfather would have to be my brother. I have a brother, Keith, but he doesnt have any kids”
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  90. 90. 2.• Sir Clyde Walcott and Theo Walcott
  91. 91. 1.• Put Fundae and complete the list with 3 more players.
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  93. 93. 1.• Career Grandslam - Federer, Agassi, Nadal
  94. 94. 2.• Connect
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  96. 96. 2.• Only Recipients of Bharat Ratna Posthumously• Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi• Loknayak Jayprakash Narayan• Smt. Aruna Asaf Ali
  97. 97. 3.• Identify the place X• Founded in 1981, the name X (meaning "10 villages") , was derived from the ten villages that were relocated at the time of the formation of the Park. In addition to the beautiful natural setting, X is home to the last remaining wild population of “Hangul” an endangered species of the stag.
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  99. 99. 3.• Dachigam National Park
  100. 100. 4.• Connect
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  102. 102. 4.• David Fincher• Directed Madonna’s ‘Vogue’ video• Signature of serial killer Zodiac on whom he made a movie• Latest movie “Girl with the Dragon tattoo based on novel by Stieg Larsson• Also directed “Social Network” based on Facebook and Mark Zuckerburg
  103. 103. 5.• What does this represent?
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  105. 105. 5.• Bloomsbury group
  106. 106. 6.• What is the word whose origins we are talking about?• Baron Münchhausen served in the Russian cavalry during various Russo-Turkish wars in the 18th century. During his retirement he gained a reputation for witty and greatly exaggerated tales of his wartime exploits. One adventure was being trapped in quicksand – he escaped (he claimed) by grabbing his own hair and pulling up – which is actually impossible. The stories were published anonymously in 1781 and over the next hundred years or so, stories were added, changed and translated back and forth between various European languages. By the time they reached America, the quicksand story had changed to him pulling himself up by his _____ (which is also impossible, and probably harder than using the hair).• However, the phrase “pulling up from the _____” survived and when ______ were being developed, the description seemed apt. In the early days of small _____, the process of starting one up was fairly labor intensive
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  108. 108. 6.• Booting up
  109. 109. 7.• Name the painting andthe painter(full points only) –Strong Literary andpopculture connect be there.
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  111. 111. 7.• Reichenbach falls by J.M.W.Turner
  112. 112. 8.• Identify the dish X• X is a type of layered pastry with a — most often sweet — filling inside, often served with cream. It became well known and gained popularity in the 18th century through the Habsburg Empire. Pertaining to anecdotes, purists say, it should be so thin that a newspaper can be read through it. A legend has it that the Austrian Emperors perfectionist cook decreed that it should be possible to read a love letter through it.• Much has been made about a famous scene in a recent movie involving the above mentioned dish where the main antagonist attacks the dish with great flourish and violence.
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  114. 114. 8.• Strudel
  115. 115. 9.• This scene occurs at the end of the movie Casablanca.• The scene: Major Strasser, tipped off by Renault, drives up alone. Rick shoots Strasser when he tries to intervene. When his men arrive, Renault pauses, then tells them to “___ __ ___ _____ _____." (Earlier when Renault tries to arrest Laszlo as arranged, Rick forces him at gunpoint to assist in the escape of Ilsa and Laszlo)• A very famous movie’s name has been borrowed from the blanked out cynical refrain of Captain Renault. Which movie?
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  117. 117. 9.• The Usual Suspects. The phrase was “Round up the usual suspects”
  118. 118. 10.• Which term?• According to the book Dictionary of Word and Phrase Origins (1988), author William Morris writes that Stanley Woodward actually took the term from fellow New York Tribune sportswriter Caswell Adams. Morris writes that during the 1930s, the Fordham University football team was running roughshod over all its opponents. One day in the sports room at the Tribune, the merits of Fordhams football team were being compared to those of Princeton and Columbia. Adams remarked disparagingly of the latter two, saying they were "only ___ ____" Woodward, the sports editor of the Tribune, picked up the term and printed the next day.
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  120. 120. 10.• Ivy League
  121. 121. 11.• Put Fundae and complete the sequence :• 1887 – ?• 2005 – Shane Warne to Brian Lara• 2009 - Muralitharan to Sachin Tendulkar
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  123. 123. 11.• Spofforth to Arthur Shrewsberry. Highest wicket ticker bowling to the highest run getter. Has only happened thrice in test cricket.
  124. 124. 12.• Of whom(X) and what are we talking about?• The ____ killed the ____ ____; I killed the ____ with my camera. Still photographs are the most powerful weapon in the world. People believe them, but photographs do lie, even without manipulation. They are only half-truths ... What the photograph didnt say was, What would you do if you were the ____ at that time and place on that hot day, and you caught the so- called bad guy after he blew away one, two or three _____ ____?• When X died of cancer in his new home of Virginia, Y praised him: "The guy was a hero. America should be crying. I just hate to see him go this way, without people knowing anything about him
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  126. 126. 12.• General Nguyen Ngoc Loan Executing a Viet Cong Prisoner in Saigon by Eddie Adams
  127. 127. 13.• Fill in with the phrase blanked out from the following transcript• In A.D. 2101 War was beginning. Captain: What happen ? Mechanic: Somebody set up us the bomb. Operator: We get signal. Captain: What ! Operator: Main screen turn on. Captain: Its you !! CATS: How are you gentlemen !! CATS: __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___. CATS: You are on the way to destruction. Captain: What you say !! CATS: You have no chance to survive make your time. CATS: Ha ha ha ha .... Operator: Captain !! Captain: Take off every ZIG!! Captain: You know what you doing. Captain: Move ZIG. Captain: For great justice.
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  130. 130. 14.• Who speaking about what after its premiere?• They missed the point. There’s no such thing as silence. What they thought was silence, because they didn’t know how to listen, was full of accidental sounds. You could hear the wind stirring outside during the first movement.• During the second, raindrops began pattering the roof, and during the third the people themselves made all kinds of interesting sounds as they talked or walked out.
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  132. 132. 14.
  133. 133. 15.• Which American state(X) and what is the term?• The term “__ ___ ___ X" came from the several nations that had ruled over the territory. Spain was the first European country to claim the area of X. France held a short-lived colony in X. Mexico controlled the territory until 1836 when X won its independence, becoming an independent Republic. In 1845 it joined the United States as the 28th state. The states annexation set off a chain of events that caused the Mexican–American War in 1846. A slave state, X declared its secession from the United States in early 1861, joining the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War• The world’s largest amusement park corporation in terms of properties borrowed its name from this term
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  135. 135. 15.• X – Texas; the term is “Six Flags over Texas”
  136. 136. 16.• Identify the song/dish• X is a song by the British band Fat Les which became the unofficial anthem of the England football team for the 1998 FIFA World Cup . Much of the song consists of the phrase "nah nah nah" and the word “X" repeated over and over by a mixed group, occasionally interspersed with lines such as "And we all like X" and "Were England; were gonna score one more than you".• The songs name comes from X, a famous Indian dish(with some colonial origins). It is often eaten by football supporters in the United Kingdom(and other nations) accompanied by large quantities of lager, after matches or as part of a "lads night out".
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  138. 138. 16.• Vindaloo
  139. 139. 17. Identify the city• Despite being located on the northern tip of Lake Maggiore in Switzerland, this city’s official language is Italian. An important film festival takes place every year in August in the Piazza Grande.• It is also famous for seven agreements which were negotiated here in 1925 in which the First World War Western European Allied powers and the new states of central and Eastern Europe sought to secure the post-war territorial settlement, and return normalizing relations with defeated Germany (which was, by this time, the Weimar Republic)
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  141. 141. Locarno
  142. 142. 18. Id X and Y(full points only)• The dolly zoom is an unsettling in-camera effect that appears to undermine normal visual perception and is now part of many cinematic techniques used in filmmaking and television production.• The effect is achieved by using the setting of a zoom lens to adjust the angle of view (often referred to as field of view FOV) while the camera dollies (or moves) towards or away from the subject in such a way as to keep the subject the same size in the frame throughout. In its classic form, the camera is pulled away from a subject while the lens zooms in, or vice-versa. Thus, during the zoom, there is a continuous perspective distortion, the most directly noticeable feature being that the background appears to change size relative to the subject.• This has a highly unsettling effect on the viewer and the emotional shock is even greater. This effect is also popularly known as the X effect due to its famous use in the movie X by the director Y.
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  144. 144. X-Vertigo Y-Hitchcock
  145. 145. SCORES
  146. 146. Salman Rushdie Round• Well, its almost like Write Brothers / Writers Block. 6 questions Tough, Sitter, Tough, Sitter, Tough, Sitter ( Or so we hope)• Tough Conventional : 0 , 10 [ if u get it wrong, if u dont answer, if u get it right, respectively ] yes there are negatives• Sitter Conventional : -10,10 [ not correct, correct]• Salman Rushdie Bonus : Opt for it before the question is shown: Take 0,20 for Tough If wrong, Banned from attempting the sitter.
  147. 147. Ab Tak Che-pun / Pun be Sivam• 6 puns.• Question given on each slide• Round title is a humble nod to a familiar Indori Hangout – Chappan Dukan• And to one of the greatest movies ever made Anbe Sivam
  148. 148. 1.• Never the ones to miss a groanworthy pun, the tabloids made fun, of this idiotic incident – in more ways than one…
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  151. 151. 2.• Who he?
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  153. 153. 2.• Robert J. Oppenheimer, head of the Manhattan Project that made the atom bomb• The pun refers to the famous line from Star Wars : “ Luke, I am your father”
  154. 154. 3.• February 2000- Semi-professional team Inverness Caledonian Thistle beat pillars of Scottish football Celtic 3-1 in a major upset which leads to John Barnes leaving as manager.• The Sun made this cheeky headline.• Reference to what?
  155. 155. 3.
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  157. 157. 3.• Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious• Song title from the 1964 movie "Mary Poppins"; widely recognised and sometimes used as an adjective with unclear meaning
  158. 158. 4.• A popular cricket blog has this to say about its name.• 1976. England vs West Indies at The Oval. England are 81 for 7.• And Test Match Special commentary resumes after a break.• The redoubtable Brian Johnston has this to relate – “The bowler’s X, the batsman’s Y.”• X, Y?
  159. 159. 4.
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  161. 161. 4.X – Michael HoldingY – Peter WilleyIn 1979, Peter Willeycaught Dennis Lillee off thebowling of Graham Dilley,resulting in a scorecardentry of:"Lillee c Willey b Dilley"
  162. 162. 5.• What is the literary reference that is blanked out?• Who be the author?
  163. 163. 5.
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  165. 165. 5.In the past 2 months,QMs everywhere havebeen posting questionson Dr.Seuss.We believe it is anepidemic, and decided tohonour the tradition 
  166. 166. 6.• The QM is very pleased that the round is called Ab tak Che-Pun.• This means one Guevara related joke can also be squeezed in. • In fencing, this term is an acknowledgement of a hit• In normal English, it is an acknowledgement of a good point made at one’s expense
  167. 167. 6.
  168. 168. Answers Follow
  169. 169. 6.Touché
  170. 170. FINAL SCORES
  171. 171. THANK YOU• Hope you enjoyed the quiz, Do attend our events in the future.