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Monthly Archives: September 2012


  1. Hashimoto’s disease is the malfunctioning of which gland?
  2. Name the test applied to computers to see if they can think?
  3. Which books chief rival is the Encyclopaedia Galactica?
  4. The opening lines of which classic Russian novel are in French?
  5. Copper gets its name from which Mediterranean country?




  1. Thyroid
  2. Turing test
  3. Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
  4. War and Peace eh bien mon prince
  5. Cyprus where it was first found



  1. Who was vice president US when A bomb dropped on Hiroshima?
  2. The Zagros mountain range is in which country?
  3. In music if F major is the key what is the relative minor?
  4. Who is the Patron Saint of boy scouts?
  5. The computer language LISP means what?




  1. No One – was not one
  2. Iran
  3. D minor
  4. Saint George
  5. List Processing


  1. Star Trek Generation who was the chief of security killed off?
  2. If a doctor says you have ecchymosis what have you got?
  3. In what year, city, and between who did the first televised debate take place between presidential candidates?
  4. In 1940 what teams were involved in the only opening day no-hitter and who threw the no-no?
  5. Who was the 1st Secretary of State for the United States of America?





  1. Tasha Yar
  2. A Bruise
  3. 1960 – In Chicago, Richard M. Nixon and John F. Kennedy.
  4. The Cleveland Indians’ Bob Feller left the Chicago White Sox
  5. Thomas Jefferson


  1. At the request of EMI who was painted out Sarge Peppers cover?
  2. Which psychologist invented the terms introvert and extrovert?
  3. What is the name for the group of men who elect a Pope?
  4. Abel Magwitch and Biddy appear in which Dickens book?
  5. If you landed at Mirabel international airport where are you?




  1. Mahatma Gandhi
  2. Carl Jung
  3. College of Cardinals
  4. Great Expectations
  5. Montreal



  1. Which order of monks is famous for their silence?
  2. In Greek mythology which woman’s name means all gifts?
  3. From the Earth to the sun is one AU what does AU stand for
  4. Which pop singer was nicknamed The Groover from Vancouver?
  5. Who is the last player in Major League Baseball to win the Triple Crown?




  1. Trappist
  2. Pandora
  3. Astronomical Unit
  4. Brian Adams
  5. Carl Yastrzemski

Dillinger Museum participates in free museum day

Explore the history of John Dillinger and advancements in crime fighting Sept. 29

    Hammond, IN (September 21, 2012) – The John Dillinger Museum, located in the Indiana Welcome Center, will be offering free admission on September 29 in conjunction with the Smithsonian’s Museum Day Live! event.

   The museum, which explores the life and times of John Dillinger and other gangsters during the 1930s depression era, as well as the advancements in crime fighting technology, will allow all visitors entrance with a Museum Day Live! ticket.

Inside the museum, visitors will follow the life of John Dillinger from his birth until his demise. Visitors will also see era-related toys, trinkets and clothing as well as a car Dillinger preferred for escapes. Numerous televisions feature videos typical to the time period. Museum attendees can also experience both sides of the law from inside the jail cell or inside the booking station in the crime lab.

Tickets are available at While the website states only two people will be admitted per ticket, the Indiana Welcome Center will not limit the amount of entrants per ticket. Additionally, those unable to print the ticket will still be able to enter the museum free of charge.

Also located inside the Indiana Welcome Center, the photography exhibit, Horizons, will be on display for its last day on Sept. 29. Horizons explores images from northwest Indiana taken by local photographers.

The John Dillinger Museum is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is located at 7770 Corinne Drive, Hammond, IN 46323. For more information, call 219-989-7979.

South Shore CVA to host 2nd annual Tech Summit

Sessions to help small businesses with the latest technology 

   Hammond, IN (September 18, 2012) – The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority will be holding its 2nd annual Tourism Tech Summit on Monday, October 15th from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Indiana Welcome Center.

The summit will feature guest speakers, giveaways, a Tech Toys Tradeshow and lunch. Guest speakers and topics include Frankie Lemer of Simpleview, Inc. discussing search engine optimization, LANAIR group covering securing a network and Kathy Sipple discussing maximizing the benefits of LinkedIn.

During lunch, speakers from partner businesses will discuss their experiences utilizing online tools for small businesses. Topics include QR codes, Living Social and Groupon deals, mobile sites and social media.

Cost to attend the summit is $15 if registered and paid before October 15th, or $20 for onsite registration. For more information or to register to attend, visit or call Luke Weinman, Director of IT at South Shore CVA at 219-989-7770.

Mauled NY man: I wanted to be one with the tiger – News –

Paris Hilton’s publicist is trying to do damage control after audio of the heiress making derogatory comments about gay people was posted online.

While riding in a New York City cab last week, Hilton and an openly gay friend were talking about the smart phone app Grindr, which allows gay men to meet and hook up.

“Ew, ew,” Hilton says, when told about Grindr. “Gay guys are the horniest people in the world,” she continues. “They’re disgusting. Dude, most of them probably have AIDS … I would be so scared if I was a gay guy. You’ll like, die of AIDS.”

The cab driver recorded the conversation, which RadarOnline obtained and posted today.



Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern whose affair with then-President Bill Clinton paralyzed the nation, has been shopping a memoir for several weeks, and according to the New York Post, has apparently sold it for $12 million to an unnamed publisher. I suppose I could be disappointed that we’re still so trash-obsessed that Lewinsky, who already cooperated with celebrity gossip-monger Andrew Morton for a 1999 book called Monica’s Story, can command an advance that knocks at the door of the $15 million one Clinton himself pulled down for his autobiography, My Life. I could be depressed for a publishing industry that has so few ideas that it’s going back to the same old well. But mostly, I feel bad for Monica Lewinsky.

To read the full article visit Slate