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Monthly Archives: November 2012


  1. Collectively, these are known as the three physical laws that form the basis for classical mechanics, as stated by a Carolina Panthers quarterback.
  2. This film based on Stephen King novel starred a New York Giants running back that escapes from prison.
  3. The average child wears out 730 by age ten 730 what?
  4. In ancient Egypt men and women did what opposite to today?
  5. According to a 1997 survey what nation are the best kissers?
  6. In 1885 Canada sold what to US for $150000?
  7. What’s the only movie Alfred Hitchcock made twice?
  8. Methyphobia is the fear of what?




  1. Cam Newton’s Laws of Motion
  2. Ahmad Bradshawshank Redemption
  3. Crayons
  4. Peeing – men sat women stood
  5. Italian
  6. Niagara Falls
  7. The man who knew too much
  8. Alcohol


  1. Which literary character lives at 4 Privet Road?
  2. What modern word comes from the Latin Dilatare – open wide?
  3. Who did Babe the pig work for?
  4. What magazine says We are Number one in a field of One?
  5. In Greek mythology who built the labyrinth?
  6. This Dr. Seuss book tells the story of Sam I Am and a Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver.



  1. Harry Potter
  2. Dildo
  3. Farmer Hoggett
  4. Mad
  5. King Daedalus
  6. A.J. Green Eggs and Ham


  1. Widely believed but not true, in Maryland it’s illegal to play what Randy Newman song on radio?
  2. Where in Canada is its Dildo?
  3. In what film did the character Regan McNeil appear?
  4. Hemmingway said there are only 3 sports, name them?
  5. In the proverb Heaven protects who what three groups?
  6. This rock band burst onto the scene with their hit single “Pumped up Kicks” while setting a Houston Texans franchise record with 231 yards and 3 touchdowns on opening day in 2010.



  1. Short People
  2. Newfoundland Town
  3. The Exorcist
  4. Bullfighting Car Racing and Mountaineering
  5. Children, Sailors, and Drunken men
  6. Arian Foster the People


  1. Satan is Lucifer but what does Lucifer mean?
  2. What area in the US translates from the Dutch as Broken Valley?
  3. Who voiced Mr Spock in the cartoon version of Star Trek?
  4. In Greek mythology who was the first woman?
  5. This San Diego Chargers quarterback moonlights as the lead singer and guitarist for the alternative rock band Weezer.




  1. The Light Bearer
  2. Brooklyn
  3. Leonard Nimoy
  4. Pandora
  5. Philip Rivers Cuomo


  1. Thomas and Martha were the parents of which hero?
  2. What is the main flavouring in a Greek  tzatziki sauce?
  3. Who was the female star of Basic Instinct?
  4. “There and back Again” is an alternative title of which novel?
  5. This Kansas City Chief wide receiver is the weapon of choice of Katniss Everdeen.





  1. Batman
  2. Garlic
  3. Sharon Stone
  4. The Hobbit
  5. Dwayne Bowe and Arrow


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Jill Kelley, David Petraeus scandal update: South Korea to revoke honorary title given to Kelley.

Ndamukong Suh’s bad week gets worse with reckless driving report.


  • Uganda’s “Anti-Homosexuality Bill,” which would establish life in prison and possible death sentences for gay people in Uganda, is moving toward passage in nation’s Parliament;
  • petition started by Notre Dame alum who studied abroad in Uganda while in college;
  • Notre Dame has significant presence in Uganda, sending students and faculty to the country and sharing significant Catholic connections via the Congregation of the Holy Cross

SOUTH BEND, IN – Thousands of students and graduates from the University of Notre Dame have joined an urgent new petition on calling on the renowned university to publicly condemn legislation in Uganda that would criminalize homosexuality with life in prison and possible death sentences. Known as the “Anti-Homosexuality Bill,” the legislation could be passed by Uganda’s Parliament any day now, and would institute some of the harshest criminal penalties in the world for gay people in the country.

The petition on was started by Katie Dunn, a 2009 graduate of the University of Notre Dame who studied abroad in Uganda during her time as a student. It’s been signed by hundreds of current students and alums of Notre Dame, who note that the university has strong ties to the country through the Ugandan Catholic church.

Dunn said she started the campaign on because her college education instilled in her a passion for human rights.

“Notre Dame is highly respected and involved in Uganda. A statement from Notre Dame condemning the Anti-Homosexuality Bill would be very powerful in persuading the Ugandan Catholic church and wider Uganda to stand against this bill,” said Dunn. “Notre Dame sends students and faculty to Uganda.  It is responsible for their safety.  To stand by silently now is to be complicit in endangering them in the future.”

The Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda could allow gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Ugandans to be killed or sentenced to life in prison solely because of their sexual orientation, gender identity, or HIV status. In recent weeks, there has been a renewed push by Ugandan politicians to pass the bill, with the speaker of the Ugandan Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, saying that passing the violent bill would be a “Christmas gift” from Uganda to the world.

Many other religious leaders with connections to Uganda have condemned efforts to criminalize homosexuality with these harsh penalties. Pastor Rick Warren, the head of Saddleback Church and a best-selling author, has urged Uganda not to pass the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, and Rev. Joyce Meyer, a major U.S. televangelist with operations in Uganda, has condemned the measure as well.

Dunn is hoping her alma mater, the University of Notre Dame, will join their ranks.

“Notre Dame is involved in Uganda. Its inaction is loud right now,” said Dunn. “Notre Dame has used a lot of rhetoric about how it respects LGBTQ people. We want to believe it. That’s why we think this is a great opportunity for Notre Dame to show the world that it truly does want to fulfill its Catholic mission.”

For more information on, please visit: is the world’s largest petition platform, empowering people everywhere to create the change they want to see. There are more than 20 million users in 196 countries who use our tools to transform their communities – locally, nationally and globally.

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