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Trivia-ing Skeptically! on Thursdays

Another Thursday Trivia-ing Skeptically!

This is team trivia, so you compete alongside (rather than against) the other skeptics who show up. Teams can be any size, so bring your smarty-pants friends. If you show up and there aren't any other skeptics there, you've got a couple of choices. First, you could play on your own. It's not unusual for a solo "team" to beat everyone else in the house. But this is a social occasion, so your other choice is to talk to Jim, your skeptical host (he's the one wearing the question mark t-shirt). He knows what teams are naughty and nice and he'll find you a friendly team to play with. Just show up. You don't need to know anything in advance. There's no preparation required.

On Thursday, Jim hosts trivia at:
Moore's Delicatessen, 271 E. Orange Grove Ave., Burbank, CA 91502

This venue is a well-lit gastro-pub/deli. It's across the street from Cartoon Network, so all the CN guys go there for lunch. They painted the walls white and gave everyone magic markers, so the walls are covered in animation art.

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  • Jim N.

    My hometown of Stevens Point, WI holds the world's largest trivia contest every year ( It is this coming weekend. As part of the contest, we have to identify a bunch of pictures. It's kind of like a scavenger hunt. We can use whatever means we have at our disposal.

    Take a look at the pictures in the link and if you recognize anything, let me know. Some are really easy, and some are really hard. It's not necessarily about being smart. It's about what you've seen in your life. You might recognize something right away that no one else would recognize---just because you were in the right place at the right time. These are REALLY HARD. The greatest trivia minds in the world work on these for a whole week and some of them still go unidentified. So don't feel bad if they seem difficult.

    Don't post guesses here. I'd prefer a PM.


    P.S. Here's the link:

    password: teamwork

    Spread it around. The more eyes that see this, the better.

    April 8, 2014

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