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~SEBATRON~ QUIZ GIVEAWAY QUESTIONS 11 to 16

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by Sebatron, Oct 9, 2004.

  1. Sebatron

    Sebatron Well-Known Member

    Hi there.Hope you're doing well.Keep up the good work.Always press that button when you go to the lavatory.Don't dribble or sweat.Don't overdo it.Always record in the red.... or blue .....

    Here are the current scores ,, we've made some adjustments and these are now locked in.....

    SCORES:

    MHUGHES : 25 points

    MIKE AT THE CAVE : 30 points

    ZEMLIN : 45 points

    THE BEAST: 45 points

    FREAKY: 90 points

    DAVID FRENCH : 95 points

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    QUESTION ELEVEN :

    Each of these questions is worth a different amount of points .
    Pick one AND ONLY ONE.
    Answer it as best you can ,,, according to the guidelines.
    We cannot have two people answering the same questions ,, so please avoid that.
    We will NOT ACCEPT answers that do not abide to our guidlines.
    If you CHEAT you may be disqualified ,, which would be a very sad thing to do ..... disgraceful in fact ...... :cry:
    So please don't try any smartass antics for they will not benefit you in the long run ......
    ...>Or will they ???? 8)

    1/ What do you consider to be the best song of all time and why?
    ( No less than thirty words )

    2/ What do you consider to be the best Beatles album and why?
    ( No less than thirty words )

    3/ Is Tom Hanks a good actor ?
    ( 'YES' or 'NO' only thanks )

    4/ What's the best John Carpenter film ? (director)
    ( Just the tiltle and year thanks )

    Your time starts NOW ,
    Don't hesitate act fast. :lol: :cool:
     
  2. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    The best Beatles album is Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It was a ground breaking album in terms of record engineering and production. Many new ideas were employed including the use of headphones as microphones on stringed instruments, placing microphones down in the bells of brass instruments, and creative use of panning.
     
  3. mikE@THECAVE

    mikE@THECAVE Guest

    yes tom hanks
     
  4. Bri

    Bri Active Member

    Starman 1984
     
  5. mikE@THECAVE

    mikE@THECAVE Guest

    I have a question sebatron --Did Dave get 20 points for the Ray campi 1977 answer???I dont understand what question that is the answer to.Just want to know how he got the points.
     
  6. Bri

    Bri Active Member

    Hi Sebatron. First, I want to also extend my appreciation for sponsoring such a contest.

    Forgive me for bringing this up, especially right in the middle of the currently open question(For various reasons, I was hesitant to wait), however, I have a question in regards to your question #10: " 2/ Is the second last name of the second last man who walked on the moon ..... is it Schmidt or Harrisson ?"...and also in lieu of your statement, " We cannot have two people answering the same questions ,, so please avoid that."

    Well, I initially agreed with Mike's answer "yes"(Harrison H. Schmitt), but then I noticed you had misspelled both names: Harrison and Schmitt.(you have Harrisson and Schmidt) Considering the nature of this contest, your interest in space travel, etc., etc., I couldn't see you accidentally misspelling these names, so I assumed you were trying to trick us....thus my answer, "No."

    Am I way off base here? Just curious. Thanks again Sebatron. :cool:
     
  7. mhughes

    mhughes Guest

    Being a huge Beatles fan, I have to say Hey Jude is
    the perfect combination of melody and lyrics.
    It is one song that I can listen to
    over and over and never get tired of hearing it.
     
  8. Sebatron

    Sebatron Well-Known Member

    ...in fact ,, then ,, both of you are wrong ....
    His full name is : Harrison Hagen Schmitt
    First name: Harrison
    Second last name : Hagen
    Last Name : Schmitt

    Mike has been trying real hard lately ,, we can all see that ..... it was only fair to award him some points ..... not many ...... :wink:
    You'll get more points , Bri ..... when you do your time .... :cool:

    No that's fine man .... the sponsor feels that all intentions can be justified ,,, it's the big picture that counts.

    I don't either....
    I checked out Ray Campi ..... he did release it in 1977.
    Of course we all know it by Jerry Lee Lewis' version...
    I thought Dave was being original by stating the unobvious ..... :?

    However you have brought to light my awareness to the fact that Campi did not infact write the classic tune.... so Dave may be taxed an undisclosed amount of points in the near future.It won't be obvious ,,, it may not even register. :wink:

    Now hopefully the bickering will end here ,,
    and we can get back into The ~SEBATRON~ Quiz ...... :lol:

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    These are now the current scores ,,, totally locked in and NOT NEGOTIABLE....

    SCORES:

    BRI : 20 points

    MIKE AT THE CAVE : 40 points

    ZEMLIN : 45 points

    THE BEAST: 45 points

    MHUGHES : 50 points

    FREAKY: 90 points

    DAVID FRENCH : 110 points

    Good luck to everyone.,
    ....you may need it ....... :lol:
     
  9. Bri

    Bri Active Member

    Ah yes...I thought that may have been the case...I was a little confused there by "second last name." Sorry 'bout that.

    Thanks Seb :cool:
     
  10. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    Seb,

    When I was researching the Whole Lotta Shakin' question, the site I was using listed separate entries for Whole Lotta Shakin' and Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On, which led me to believe that they were two separate songs. Jerry Lee Lewis was not listed as an rtist who had performed Whole Lotta Shakin' but was (of course) listed as an artist who had performed Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On. This strengthened my belief that they were two different songs. Since a person playing in your contest doesn't exactly have all the time in the world, I quickly gave my Ray Campi answer believing that they were indeed different songs. I have now found the truth that they are one and the same, and that Jerry Lee Lewis didn't write the song. It was actually written by country pianist Roy Hall (under the pseudonym of Sunny David) and a black musician named Dave Williams. Apparently, Hall was first to record the song in 1955 for Decca. Then followed an R&B cover by Big Maybelle on Okeh records which was released later that same year. Finally, Lewis's version was released in 1957 on Sun records.
     
  11. stergz

    stergz Guest

    The best song ever is "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth" by Georg Frederic Handel. I mean this song has been sung for 250 odd years and it still makes me cry.
     
  12. Sebatron

    Sebatron Well-Known Member

    Yes this is what i suspected all along ,, which is why i didn't award full points to you.
    I mean if you had stated , ' Dave Williams , 1955 ' ... i may have awarded twice as many points as what i had awarded you....
    I had a suspicion that Jerry Lee Lewis didn't write it.
    The white guys were always ripping off the black guys back then.

    Yes i agree ,, it's a very moving song.
    Unfortunately we cannot accept that answer because it's a rather late entry. :cry:

    Keep trying though ,, everybody has a chance at winning..... some more of a chance than others ...... 8)
     
  13. freaky

    freaky Guest

    Yee-Haw! We're back up! :D
     
  14. Sebatron

    Sebatron Well-Known Member

    QUESTION TWELVE

    Choose any one of the following questions.
    I will accept only the first four posts as answers …..no matter whichever questions....

    It is ok if the same people answer the same question.
    You have to use some style ,,, font….colour…..size ,,, in your answer if
    your answer is identical to someone else’s.
    In other words , two answers may have the same DATA but must be visually independent.
    …even just re-wording is cool….

    *When did Elvis Aaron Presley die?
    What was the publicly released weight of Elvis Aaron Presley when he died?
    What was Elvis’ actual weight?
    (40 to 60 points )


    How many rings does Saturn have?
    …… and why?
    What is that gap called?
    (20 to 50 points )

    What is the atomic weight of lead?
    Why are bullets usually made of lead?
    ( 20 to 40 points )

    *Who played the character ‘ Talby’ in the John Carpenter film …’ Dark Star ‘?
    Who wrote the film score to the above film?
    When was it released?
    ( 20 to 70 points )

    *DONATES NO MORE 20 WORDS

    Your time starts right now ,,
    Get to it. :lol:
     
  15. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    Hey All, Seb... sorry about the downtime last night PST. I hope this didn't mess up the party here (my bad). My appologies to all and I hope noone was effected. If we can take this into concideration, not count for this blooper I made that would be cool.
     
  16. Sebatron

    Sebatron Well-Known Member

    Hey Chris i gotta take this oppotunity to say thanks
    for all the support and oppotunity for this quiz to take place.
    Thanks again. :cool:
     
  17. mikE@THECAVE

    mikE@THECAVE Guest

    august 16 1977 elvis died
     
  18. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    Dre Pahich played Talby.

    1974 was the Year of Release.

    John Carpenter himself wrote the Score.
     
  19. zemlin

    zemlin Well-Known Member

    Saturn's ring system is divided up into 7 major divisions with alphabetic designators in the order of discovery. Much of the elaborate structure of the rings is due to gravitational effects of nearby satellites. The major gap is called the Cassini divison - named after Giovanni Cassini who discovered the gap in 1676.
     
  20. mhughes

    mhughes Guest

    Saturn has four main groups of rings and three fainter, narrower ring groups. The gaps are called divisions.
     

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