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Old 03-25-2009, 03:47 PM   #1
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Trivia 3/25

trivia 3/25
the average "Birthday Cake" candle produces one BTU of energy.

1. Complete this thread................Steve Allen, Ernie Kovaks, _________,
Johnny Carson, Jay Leno.
2. In Computer-Speak, what does "PDF" stand for ?
3. In which city was Martin Luther King, Jr. assassinated ?
4. Vermillion is a shade of ...what color ?
5. Which major river flows through Glasgow ?
6. Who am I ??
"Of course, the last thing my parents wanted was a son who wears a cocktail
dress that glitters, but they've got used to it!"......... I was a
delightful 300-pound drag queen (real name Harris Glenn Milstead), I made a
name for myself as director john Waters's favorite "leading lady". I played
some of the most Off-Kilter females in b-movie history, including Babs
Johnson, "the world's filthiest person" in Pink Flamingos. My best-known
role is probably that of Edna Turnblad, Riki Lake's mom in the movie,
Hairspray (1988) a role later reprised by John Travolta in the remake.
I died of a heart attack while filming a "Married- with Children" episode,
in which I was cast as Peg Bundy's Mom.......
7. Under what name did actress / singer Francis Gumm achieve stardom ?
8. In which branch of the Arts is the metronome used ?
You could see a paseo, palmas and pitos in a flamenco dance.
1. Jack Paar
2. Portable Document Format
3. Memphis, Tenn.
4. red
5. The Clyde
6. Divine
7. Judy Garland
8. Music
Paseo- "Walk" A walking step that connects two sections in a dance. Walk. A
walking step that connects two sections in a dance. The dancer may walk
around striking arrogant poses without losing the timing in the steps. It is
also the opening ceremony at a bullfight.
Palmas- "Hand clapping"
Various terms are used to describe loud or soft clapping. FUERTES: (loud,
strong) or SECO: (dry) or CLARO: (clear) SORDAS: (soft). From the word ordo
meaning muted or muffled

Pitos- "Finger snaps"

Be Yourself ! ..... Everyone else is taken !
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