~SEBATRON~ QUIZ/GIVEAWAY QUESTIONS 21+

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Submitted by Sebatron on Mon, 10/16/2006 - 10:48

This is the last round.
You’ve all done extremely well. 8-)

There is a small chance for someone to claim the first prize aside from the obvious …., however that chance is fading fast. :(

Second Prize , on the other hand , is within the reach of a few of you….. :D

SCORES:

DAVID FRENCH : 475

BRI: 325

PR0GR4M : 290

FREAKY : 280

ZEMLIN : 230

MHUGHES : 225

PMOLSONMUS : 220

GROFF : 180

GOMP : 110

BLAUMPH2COOL : 80

The first contestant to pass the 500 point mark shall automatically be awarded First Prize……
Second Prize shall be awarded to the next highest score although Sebatron reserves the right to decide if there will be an extra 'Play-off' question in-between.

Anyone who scores higher than 250 points is eligible for a Sebatron discount on a particular Sebatron product......
.....or a Special Sebatron C.D. package ......

8)

Good luck.
Always be polite and courteous and respond well to stimuli.

QUESTION 21:

Close to the Edge. Yes.
True/False? (7 points)
Skins. Alan or William ? (8 points)

Just give me the basics.Just two words in two different colours.
Only answers posted excactly on or after five minutes of this post accepted.
Only first four answers eligible for full points. :wink:

By the time you have read this ,
your time would've started.

So get to it !

:lol:

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pr0gr4m

Mon, 10/16/2006 - 16:36

Where as Yes was close to the edge, David Lee Roth has actually been to the edge. He stood and looked down.

I am intrigued by the different "Skins" answers...which make me wonder more about the question. The only question I could come up with where the answer would be Alan is "Since it's totally obvious that Bill Bruford is the best Yes drummer, who is the next best Yes drummer?" :lol:

In pursuit of the question behind the Skins question I found this website. If you like the prog-rock, you'll like it.
http://www.dprp.net/proghistory/index.php

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zemlin

Mon, 10/16/2006 - 17:28

pr0gr4m wrote: I am intrigued by the different "Skins" answers

My answer comes from the fact that I did not "get" the question. I was scratching for any combination of words I could find. I'm not a wordy person - I don't usually remember song titles, band members, etc - but I'll recognize the music when I hear it. This kind of stuff runs me under pretty quick.

Here's where I ended up :oops:
(Dead Link Removed)
Notice The Edge / Alan :?

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pmolsonmus

Tue, 10/17/2006 - 06:21

The Moon is called many things from different mythologies. For example, Luna by the Romans, Selene by the Greeks. Because the Moon is so obvious it has been known since prehistoric times, so tracing its name is difficult. It developed with different languages rather than being chosen conciously.

At this time of year (in our part of the world anyway), we call her the Harvest Moon.

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Bri

Tue, 10/17/2006 - 12:12

Well, in the meantime.....

I made this in hopes of posting/displaying it as an answer to a question.
Obviously, a logistical nightmare. Also, the forum seems limited to only pics and gif animations...my intention was a looping flash animation.

It's nothing grand, but if anyone's interested....probably take a couple minutes to open/load(.wmv file). I'll likely delete it soon. Turn volume up. Running time: 37sec

"Legends Upon Legends"

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Sebatron

Tue, 10/17/2006 - 12:38

QUESTION 23:

Choose only one of the following to answer.
Only the first correct answers of each question will be awarded full points.....
Late entries may get points too.

Pick the odd one out:

A/ Source , Drain , Emitter (20 points )

B/ Neon , Freon , Argon ( 15 points )

C/ Heuy , Loui , Dewey ( 10 points )

D/ One , Three , Five ( 10 points )

If you have good reasons , let me hear them. No more than ten words.
A good laugh gets you a Bonus.......

This here text has very little relevence......

Your time has already started ,
Get to it.....

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bigtree

Tue, 10/17/2006 - 16:51

One day a little duck waddles by...

Hi there, what's your name? asks the farmer...
My name is Heuy, says the little duck.
Well, aren't you happy, what's ya been doing Heuy? asks the farmer.
I've been in puddles alllll day! says Heuy...
Isn't that cute, says the farmer.

Next day.... another little duck waddles by... Well hi there little duck, what's your name? asks the farmer...
my name is Louie! says the little duck.
Well, aren't you happy, what's ya been doing Loui? asks the farmer.
I've been in puddles allllll day! says Loui...
Isn't that cute says the farmer.

Another day passes.... and one more little duck waddles by... Well hi there, I'll bet your name is Dewey? says the farmer...
No, my name is puddles.

:lol:

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Sebatron

Wed, 10/18/2006 - 09:59

We are fast approaching the end of the Sebatron Quiz.
The first to person to reach 500 points wins the prize.

The first prize is a new Cygnus X-2 Two Channel solid state preamplifier…..shipped from the Sebatron factory direct…
Second Prize is awarded to the next highest score.*

SCORES:

DAVID FRENCH : 482

BRI: 347

PR0GR4M : 308

FREAKY : 290

MHUGHES : 260

ZEMLIN : 247

PMOLSONMUS : 242

GROFF : 187

GOMP : 110

BLAUMPH2COOL : 80

audiokid : 15

QUESTION 24:

What is a sock cymbal? (8 points )
No more than ten words please.

No posts within five minutes of this one.
Early posts can and will be penalized…..
Only the first correct post will be awarded the full points.

Your time starts now,
get to it.........

:?

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Sebatron

Wed, 10/18/2006 - 10:39

Well done ! 8-)

QUESTION 25:

Class A is generally for Tone and Class B is generally for power.
True or False?
(8 points )

First correct post will be awarded the full points.

Get to it.

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