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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Here is the audio of Stew for Lunch’s interview with William Panzarella: 2012-04-26-Stew-Panzarella 

Writer, Researcher & Advocate for Veteran’s issues, William Panzarella, author of “American Horse,” which tells the story of the Greatest Generation, and the struggles of a World War II veteran to grapple with confliction, grief and regret.

Homelessness On The Rise For Female Veterans . . .

 CBS News reports that homelessness and economic struggles are escalating among female veterans as the number of women without permanent shelter has more than doubled in the last six years.
·         Is it up to the government to provide for veterans who risked their lives for their country?
·         Why is adjusting to life at home in America challenging?
·         What can you do as an individual to honor their service?

Van Buren 13 21 21 37 45 137 WINNERS
MalariaArea 13 15 12 34 40 114
Vergones 2 0 18 30 55 105
Will Get Back to yah 11 13 21 31 30 106
Keymasters of Gozer 14 26 18 29 45 132 SECOND PLACE
Jackie Treehorn’s Lament 15 23 35 73

Answers can be found below questions by highlighting.

1. What was John Lennon’s middle name?

2. Which is the only country in the world which sports the Bible on its national flag?
Dominican Republic

3. Which is the only lake in the world which has sharks?
Lake Nicaragua in the Republic of Nicaragua

4. Who has been the only bachelor President of the United States?
James Buchanan

5. Can you name the seven rulings for a batter to reach first base in baseball?
Hit, Base on Balls, Hit by Pitch, Dropped Strike 3, Error, Fielder’s Choice, Catcher’s Interference

Find the answers below the question by highlighting.

1. Which country has not fought a war since 1814?

2. What was the first home version of a Nintendo arcade game?
Donkey Kong

3. Which country owns the island of Bermuda?
Great Britain

4. Which was the first daily comic strip published in the United States?
Mutt and Jeff

Find the answers below the question by highlighting.

1. Where is the world’s largest aquarium?
Atlanta, Georgia (The Georgia Aquarium has a 8.5 million gallon tank)
2. What’s the most common non-contagious disease in the world?
Tooth Decay
3. What weapon did German gunsmith August Kotter unload on the world in 1520?
The Rifle

4. What colors do color blind people have trouble distinguishing?
Red and Green

5. Can you name the beverage (beer or wine) more popular in the given country, by liters of alcohol consumed per capita?

Canada – Beer
Italy – Wine
Czech Republic – Beer
Croatia – Wine
Spain – Beer

Correct Answer can be found underneath question by highlighting.

1. What does the term Prima Donna mean in Opera?
The Leading Female Singer
2. What drupaceous fruit were Hawaiian women once forbidden by law to eat?
3. Who created the cartoon characters of the American animated sitcom The Simpsons?
Matt Groening
4. Which country would you be in if you were to ski in the Dolomites?
5.Name the Greek Alphabet?
alpha, beta, gamma, delta, epsilon, zeta, eta, theta, iota, kappa, lambda, mu, nu, xi, omicron, pi, rho, sigma, tau, upsilon, phi, chi, psi, omega.

Correct Answer can be found underneath question by highlighting.

1. What bird is used as the sign of peace?
2. What animal is the symbol of the World Wildlife Fund?
Giant Panda
3. Who was the manager of renowned rock group The Beatles?
Brian Epstein
4. Who was the first U.S. president to adopt the informal version of his first name?
Jimmy Carter
5. Which ocean goes to the deepest depths?
Pacific Ocean

By what name is the character Alonso Quijano better known in the world of literary classics?

Highlight for the ANSWER: (Don Quixote de la Mancha.)





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