Sunday Special - Who, What, Where, etc.
Sunday Special - Who, What, Where, etc.
1. What Am I ?
I am a communication tool.
I first appeared in 2006.
Iranian citizens used me during a 2009 election.
I help you network.
140 is my magic number.
Use me to promote yourself.
I like things short and simple.
2. Where Am I ?
I am a fictional city.
My ruler is believed to be capable of solving any problem.
L . Frank Baum created me in his book series.
I appeared in a classic of cinema, released in 1939.
Many of my inhabitants wear green.
3. Who Am I ?
I am a mythological character.
The ancient Greeks called me the Queen of the Gorgons.
I give birth to the winged horse Pegasus.
My hairdo is my most well known feature.
4. What Am I ?
I am used for relaxation.
My name means "smoke" in Finnish.
I was traditionally made of wood.
Some people think I improve circulation.
Finland made me a national pastime.
5. Who Am I ?
I am a "colorful" fictional character.
I live in the woods.
I ignore my mother's warning.
My grandma appears to have oversized features.
6. What Am I ?
I am a device.
Joshua Lionel Cowen invented me in 1947.
I help people get around at times
Don't forget me on a camping trip.
Sometimes I am worn on your head.
7. What Am I ?
I am a geographic feature.
My highest point is Mt. Elbert.
Many visit me to ski and hike.
My oysters are not seafood.
Grizzly Bears and cougars make me their home.
The Continental Divide runs through me.
8. Who Am I ?
I am a European leader.
Born in 1951, I am from the eastern part of Germany.
Despite my doctorate in physics, I decided on politics.
My father is a Protestant minister.
I joined the Christian Democratic Union in 1991.
Under Helmut Kohl, I served as minister of the environment.
I am the first female chancellor of my country.
My initials are A.M.
9. What Am I ?
I am a natural resource.
The steam engine spiked the demand for me.
The U.S. contains a lot of me.
I am almost always black.
10. What Am I ?
I am a U.S. tourist attraction.
I was founded right before an infamous stock market crash.
I house paintings dating from the late 19th century until now.
Van Gogh, Picasso, and Pollack have some of their works here.
My founders wanted to display new approaches to art.
I am on West 53rd Street in New York City.
I am sometimes referred to as "MOMA"
11. Who Am I ?
I am a writer and illustrator.
I used to draw for Stars and Stripes.
Uncle Shelby became my penname for a time.
My work includes quirky lyrics, rhyming verses and cartoons.
I have worked with David Mamet on plays.
I wrote "A Boy Named Sue," sung by Johnny Cash.
A generous tree appears in one of my books.
I published Where the Sidewalk Ends in 1974.
12. What Am I ?
I am a clothing item.
I can be made from several fabrics.
Croatian mercenaries may have dreamed me up.
You could say I am a little loopy.
Professionals and businessmen wear me.
I often have stripes or polka dots.
Charlie Chaplin and Fred Astaire loved me./
I am associated with nerds.
13. Where Am I ?
I am a famous institution.
My inhabitants call my closest river the Isis.
I was modeled after the University of Paris.
Many famous leaders such as Margaret Thatcher studied here.
I am 50 miles north of London.
14. I am an American political figure.
I was born in Nebraska in 1925 and I grew up in Michigan.
At one time my nickname was "Detroit Red."
While in prison, I joined the Nation of Islam movement.
My eloquent speeches were heard at Harvard and Oxford.
I challenged Martin Luther King Jr.'s idea of nonviolence.
15. What Am I ?
I am a plant.
I am mostly ornamental.
I am among the oldest cultivated plants in the world.
I symbolize both death and purity.
I grow from a bulb.
1. I am "Twitter"
2. I am Oz
3. I am Medusa
4. I am a Sauna
5. I am Little Red Riding Hood
6. I am a Flashlight
7. I am the Rocky Mountains
8. I am Angela Merkel
9. I am Coal
10. I am the Museum of Modern Art
11. I am Shel Silverstein
12. I am a Bowtie
13. I am Oxford University
14. I am Malcolm X
15. I am a Lily
“Bad men need nothing more to accomplish their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing.”
― John Stuart Mill