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The Dubliner (Seattle)
3515 Fremont Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103
Wednesdays: 8:00 PM
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12:25 AM, February 26, 2015
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Stop Touching My Face, Travolta 79

RIP Harris Wittels 78

A Salty Surprise 77

The Corgmudgeons 67

We Voted for Dick Poop 66

21 Stamp Salute 65

In First Place 60

Global Death 57

Marco Yolo 57

We Cheated Last Week 52

Speech-aholics 51

Drunken Ramblers 44

E= MC Hammer 43

Why Are There Logs In The Windows? 40

3's Company 32

Brittany "Michael Bay" St. Julien


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Wednesdays @ The Dubliner, 8:00 pm Thursdays @ Jabu's Pub, 8:00 pm
Brittany (Brittany "Michael Bay" St. Julien)

Friends call me Michael Bay because I love action and make a lot of sound effects with my mouth.

Well, nobody calls me that, really. But they should for the above reasons.

If I had to rank my top 3 books, it'd look something like:

1)Plato- The Republic
2)Heinlein- Stranger in a Strange Land
3)Silverman- The Bedwetter

Or something. 

Okay, old people: it's officially time for you to just stop.

I had the weirdest, oldest dude creepily gravitate throughout the bar during my entire quiz. I think I saw him pilfering cigarette butts, you guys. At one point he wandered toward the stage and began muttering something about playing. I started to hand him a score packet, but then I realized he didn't want to play the quiz, he wanted to go home, grab his guitar, and play music on stage for the duration of my quiz. Umm… no. No, old guy, no.

The weirdest part about that dude, though, is that he gave me a business card earlier in the evening, then later gave me a separate sheet of paper, a discarded half-visual round with an entirely different name than the card, one he had apparently just scrawled on the back along with the phrase "Chippewa Rebel" for some reason. So which name was his actual name? It seemed an awful lot like the one he wrote down belongs to him, and the card did not. It's chill; if I found a card as cool as the one he gave me, I'd probably give it away too, regardless of whose name was on it.

He actually didn't even give anything to me, he gave them to poor Scorekeeper Meaghan to give to me, kids-in-the-schoolyard style. Except, you know, one of the kids smelled like other people's cigarettes and resembled beef jerky that's been sitting around for a while.

Speaking of cigarettes, Stop Touching My Face, Travolta totally snuck in the lead last-minute and smoked those other teams. Way to win with one more point than second place and two more points than third place. Whoa! The only way that'd be more impressive is if you all gave me business cards before the quiz with other peoples' names on them.

See you next week!
-QM Brittany

p.s. Tag your team photos on Facebook!

The Dubliner (Seattle)
3515 Fremont Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103
Wednesdays: 8:00 PM
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1:00 AM, February 19, 2015
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Spooky Ghosts 77

Vajayjay Leno 77

Snatchbox 20 76

Everybody Kegel! 74

Do the Hosey Posey 74

Dork & Stormy 74

Booyah Booyah Booyah Booyah 65

Troooggdorrr 64

50 Shades of Cray 62

Fanny Baws 60

#Pinterest Warriors 59

Stephen Hawking's Dance School 58

Marshawn Should've Run It! 56

Nevernudes 56

Potent Potables 56

Haha, Suckass! 51

Junior Scientists of America Running Club 49

Those Two Girls At the Bar 48

If A Vegan Does Crossfit, What Do They Talk About First? 39

Chuff & Bluff 38

Brittany "Michael Bay" St. Julien


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Quiz Schedule
Wednesdays @ The Dubliner, 8:00 pm Thursdays @ Jabu's Pub, 8:00 pm
Brittany (Brittany "Michael Bay" St. Julien)

Friends call me Michael Bay because I love action and make a lot of sound effects with my mouth.

Well, nobody calls me that, really. But they should for the above reasons.

If I had to rank my top 3 books, it'd look something like:

1)Plato- The Republic
2)Heinlein- Stranger in a Strange Land
3)Silverman- The Bedwetter

Or something. 

Here's the thing about Wild Hogs: it sucked ass. Nay, that movie sucked no fewer than one million asses.

I don't know who their target audience was, but I was carelessly thrown into the mix, watching literally every minute of video on that DVD. Yeah, I'm talking extended scenes, alternate endings and outtakes, but I also mean director interviews and trailers for other "upcoming" films that had already come out by then. Why would I subject myself to such torture, you ask? I had no choice; I was watching the film with an exhausted mother and her two children. If there's one thing I've learned by spending time with exhausted mothers, it's this: kids need to be distracted at all times so they don't bother us adults.

Wild Hogs came out in 2007, so Twitter was just under a year old, Facebook was still pretty much for college students, and children had not yet begun to live exclusively on the internet. Can you imagine? Little twerps sitting idly on couches, hoping for a phone call or for real-life friends to stop by, no personal-sized screen in their hands influencing their political ideologies or absurdly low self-esteems. Weird, right? I guarantee that if this Wild Hogs night were to have taken place in 2015… it wouldn't have. The kiddos would have already been so completely preoccupied by their Instagrams and their Grindrs (that's what kids are into, right?), Exhausted Mom probably would have left them to their own devices way earlier in the day and gotten a massage or something.

The moral of the story, boys and girls, is this: it's 2015, stop watching Wild Hogs and go get a massage.

See you next week!
-QM Brittany

P.S. Tag your team photos on Facebook! Oh, and to address the title question: Adele was totally 23 and change when she won the Album of the Year Grammy. This true fact renders your argument completely invalid, guy who kept yelling "WHAT ABOUT ADEEEELE". The worst part, though, is that you skipped Lauryn Hill in your indignant list of young Grammy winners. If you're going to be outspokenly wrong, you may as well pay proper respect to the greats!

The Dubliner (Seattle)
3515 Fremont Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103
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8:36 AM, February 12, 2015
Scores
Mean Mugs and Shoulder Shrugs 79

Snatchbox 20 77

Sesame Queef 75

Still Bertha 73

3rd Place 71

The Team Formally Known As "Wild Ass Salt" 70

Wit Whiz 70

50 Shades of Cray Cray 69

Drunken Ramblers 67

Poop Group 63

Pineapple Cat 62

General Disarray 61

Feeling Good on a Wednesday 58

Strong Bowas 58

2 Too Many 57

Beats By Ray (Rice) 56

Marco Yolo 54

Fax Me 50

Morty Morty Morty Morty 48

Netflix in Cuba!!!! 44

TNA 39

Awesome Sauce 38

Auditory Ossicles 37

Brittany "Michael Bay" St. Julien


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Wednesdays @ The Dubliner, 8:00 pm Thursdays @ Jabu's Pub, 8:00 pm
Brittany (Brittany "Michael Bay" St. Julien)

Friends call me Michael Bay because I love action and make a lot of sound effects with my mouth.

Well, nobody calls me that, really. But they should for the above reasons.

If I had to rank my top 3 books, it'd look something like:

1)Plato- The Republic
2)Heinlein- Stranger in a Strange Land
3)Silverman- The Bedwetter

Or something. 

Ohhhhh snap! Were y'all feeling like straight-up Gs too? That may have had everything to do with the Mean Muggin' playlist I was bumping, created by one of our very own Dublinerds. Way to rock the house, Nathan! For the record, I'm a huge fan of quizzer-made playlists; that's just one less thing for me to have to--- I MEAN CREATIVITY IS AWESOME, KEEP BEING AWESOME, YOU GUYS.

"Gee," said Scorekeeper Meaghan, "I sure did love that round on Norse & Greek mythology!" Well clearly Meaghan is a twisted little nymph, because that was one jacked up round. Why did every Greek god have to bang an animal or their dad (or both)? Those are some strange origin stories, Greeks. Is there a nation out there with fairly logical myths? "Welcome to Uzbekistan*, where we all believe that life generated from a random event billions of years ago and has since evolved to where we are today." Sounds hella reasonable, Uzbekistan!

Hey, Kevin Bacon. I'm glad you're reading this, because I wanted to apologize for all those mean things I said about the audio clip of you singing "Footloose". You really didn't sound that bad. Just a little bit bad! And when I guessed you for second-day drunk, I meant it as a compliment! You clearly know where the party's at, Kevin Bacon, and that's why I respect you. Now please: stop singing.

See you next week!

-QM Brittany

p.s. Tag your team photos on Facebook!

*This is a made-up fact about Uzbekistan. I don't know anything about their myths (but I imagine they probably don't have anything to do with chicks being born from cut-off balls).

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