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The Stone Church
5 Granite Street
Newmarket, NH 03857
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM
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5:57 AM, July 24, 2014
Scores
Cool Mussolini Feat. Sexy Hitler 73

So Hard for Malaysian Airlines to Keep Their Planes in the Air 70

All Aisles Are 20 Items or Less at Market Basket 70

A Female God of Thunder? That's a Thor Subject 70

Free Baby Batter Cream Pies 69

Sir Not Appearing in this Film 65

We've All Seen Little Dave 64

3 Jonathans and the Cowgirls 60

Civil War 2: Return of the Victorious North 57

Dunkin Donuts is Better than Starbucks 48

JOENSA 46

James Goner 42

Kaitlin 28

The McRiblets 24

Bouncy Deer and the Broken Mirrors 22

Russell/Mcketon 5

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Wednesday 7pm-9pm The Stone Church, Newmarket, NH
Sarah (Quizler)

College teacher by day, Pub Quiz Queen by night.  I love puns and portmanteaus and team names that include my name.  Some say people hate hearing the sound of their own voice but it seems that may not be true for me.

My quiz night includes song requests, dancing, and if you're good, chugging contests.

NH is my childhood homestate and after trying several other places, including San Diego, and South Korea, I came back to the 'Shire.  Help me figure out why!  

Maybe you want my credentials? BA in English from PSU, MA in Linguistics from SDSU.  Does that mean I love to party?  More like, I love to be the smartest person in the room full of party school people.  It hasn't happened yet.

Even though I'm a linguist, I'm not the most cunning. My quiz teammates always had to guess the answers I "knew" from random clues I'd give them.  There was a lot of "ya know?  the guy with the hair?" going on.  Suprisingly, this method led us to victory on many happy occasions.

When you come out to the Stone Church for quiz night, chat me up!

Hey all! We had some great teams tonight with a bunch of latecomers and newbies who should definitely come earlier next time because they were pretty good. Watch out! We also have a team striving for second with So Hard winning that spot 3 weeks in a row! Strive for first, guys. Just one more friend maybe? 

Most of you got 7 in round 1, which is new. Sir Not Appearing lost out on a point for writing Michael Smith. Boy is that a boring name!

We had a surprisingly good round 2 with two teams getting a perfect score (one didn’t know to joker) and more than 3/4 of the teams scoring double digits. Stop waiting for round 8, people! Our 3-way tie for second wouldn’t have happened if All Aisles had used their joker earlier. If you’ve got a minimum of 12 you gotta use it! 

Round 3 was not as good. No one scored above 5 and we had a team get 0. We’re not the blockbuster types?

Round 4 also didn’t have any perfect scores mostly due to iWork and Manifesto. But How could you miss the syllables in a Haiku? Someone on your team knows that. I bet you were fighting over it and now that person is pissed.

You guys really didn’t do too bad on the art stuff.  A lot of teams got 6 because they switched 2 difficult ones. But only Cool Mussolini and All Aisles got perfect scores, and they should’ve been our 1st and 2nd placers.

Round 6 was a round for me. I’ve watched all of that stuff except for Lost. You guys didn’t do too bad but 3 Jonathans put “Buffy” instead of “Veronica Mars,” mixing up their cute blondes. 

Our mister round had a lot of missing misters that some of you tried to add in. Mr. Darcy was clearly missing but only Civil War 2 thought to put Mr. Hooper. They also thought Mr. Eko was “Mr. Hotel Rwanda.” None of you thought maybe we needed Mr. Cooper, though.

I don’t know what was up with you guys thinking round 8 was easy because you only scored between 7-12 points. I guess there were more teams than usual on the 12 point side. Fine, good job.

I’ll see you all next week for our end of July bash (you might not notice it).

Yours for now, Quizler

The Stone Church
5 Granite Street
Newmarket, NH 03857
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM
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9:56 PM, July 16, 2014
Scores
Pizza Blunt 76

So Hard after I Get Dogfish Head 73

HashtagTalkMoneyGetBitches 70

Will You Please Shit on My Chest 66

4 Honeypots, 0 Communists 66

Sylvia Plastered 65

The Blumpkin Bumpkins 64

No Wet Blankets on this Team 61

Shit White People Say 61

Jurrasic Percolator 57

Squid Squad 47

Our Baby is Better Than Your Baby 36

The Dump-Lings 22

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Wednesday 7pm-9pm The Stone Church, Newmarket, NH
Sarah (Quizler)

College teacher by day, Pub Quiz Queen by night.  I love puns and portmanteaus and team names that include my name.  Some say people hate hearing the sound of their own voice but it seems that may not be true for me.

My quiz night includes song requests, dancing, and if you're good, chugging contests.

NH is my childhood homestate and after trying several other places, including San Diego, and South Korea, I came back to the 'Shire.  Help me figure out why!  

Maybe you want my credentials? BA in English from PSU, MA in Linguistics from SDSU.  Does that mean I love to party?  More like, I love to be the smartest person in the room full of party school people.  It hasn't happened yet.

Even though I'm a linguist, I'm not the most cunning. My quiz teammates always had to guess the answers I "knew" from random clues I'd give them.  There was a lot of "ya know?  the guy with the hair?" going on.  Suprisingly, this method led us to victory on many happy occasions.

When you come out to the Stone Church for quiz night, chat me up!

Hey there. We had a good crowd tonight and quite a charismatic beer pusher. Dogfish Head is good beer though. Did you guys get any good swag? Congrats to Pizza Blunt for having such an appetizing name and for winning all night. They even got a case of enormous beers. So Hard for Dogfish Head maybe shoulda won those beers for the shout out though. Let’s talk about some quiz stuff.

Round 1: Let’s talk about Working Girl, one of Harrison Ford’s best movies. My favorite line is a toss-up between “I took an antihistamine” and, “Is it made of leather?” Also the title is so great and misleading. Have you ever read one of the greatest teen books of our time, “Angus Thongs and Full-frontal Snogging”? Yeah? Remember how Georgia calls a zit a “lurker?” I love it. That bonus question - I heard that song, “Istanbul or Constantinople” on the radio last week and started crying because I miss “Bunheads” so much. True story. Surprisingly, No Wet Blankets on This Team were the only ones to guess Matt Damon as the South African prime minister.

Round 2: Have you ever met a serious Bobby McFerrin fan? They’re all like, “Don’t Worry Be Happy” was trash and he’s really a great artist. Sorry Bobby but you’re a one-hit wonder and it’s wonderful. You guys did a great job on this round. Shoulda jokered.

Round 3: Why do pop stars keep trying to make alien songs happen? N’Sync had “Space Cowboy” and this Katy Perry song, “E.T.” actually became a radio hit. I guess Kanye helped, but still, why? The Blumkin Bumpkins wrote Will.I.Am Will.Is.Me, which is pretty weird.

Round 4: Funny that we had a “So You Think You Can Dance” question since we all missed it to be together. So far this season there doesn’t seem to be any clear winners yet. The last couple seasons I felt like I could tell who would win. I mean clearly Melanie was the beast, and then the ballet dancers were far above the others, and last year we had the most adorable hip hopper ever. Maybe next year we can start voting for choreographers.

Round 5: “It’s Warren!” Yay for a little Empire Records action. We used to have Rex Manning day in high school. Let’s bring that back. Who’s got a button maker?

Round 6: I don’t really know anything about dinosaurs so I don’t have much to tell you. I remember seeing Jurassic Park and loving it, but all I remember is when Newman got eaten on the toilet. I also visited the place in Hawaii where they filmed some of it. I do know a little about Shakira. Her songs come in two languages, which seems unnecessary because the Spanish versions are quite great. I’m not sure which song is the best but “Loba” is probably the answer.

Round 7: I’m having “Cosmos” withdrawal. Must learn science. Best answer goes to Squid Squad (squibby squabby!) for Louis C.K. instead of Mr. Wizard.

Round 8: Remember when we thought Twilight would never go away? It’s been replaced but not by anything as annoying or misogynistic. Don’t get me wrong, I love it, but it’s terrible. Like Sexual Chocolate, “good ’n terrible.” Now we just have to wait for Frozen to go away and we can all live in peace again. Drake didn’t help with his Manny version of “Let it Go” on the ESPYs. Were we as annoying as kids today when we sang “Colors of the Wind?” There’s no way, right?

Thanks for coming out and suffering through a bunch of Sarah songs. I’ll see you next week and you’ll have to let me know if I look different.

Yours for now, Quizler

The Stone Church
5 Granite Street
Newmarket, NH 03857
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM
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8:41 PM, July 09, 2014
Scores
Refurbished Iron Lung 83

So Hard for Sarah 81

Long Distance Blowjobs 80

Poland Should've told Brazil What Happens When You Get in Germany's Way 73

Cake and Blowjobs, Not for Chris 72

English Muffins 67

Chris Hanson is a Cock Block 62

Feel the Rhythm, Feel the Rhyme, Get on Up, it's Handjob Time 61

John Milton-Bradley 61

Pilpobo Dildodos 59

Stone Church Newbies 58

Better Than Burns 56

My Balls in Your Goal: The Glory of Brazil 55

Tequila Mockingbird 41

Drinkers and Thinkers 40

Questionable Stains 34

ME 13

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Wednesday 7pm-9pm The Stone Church, Newmarket, NH
Sarah (Quizler)

College teacher by day, Pub Quiz Queen by night.  I love puns and portmanteaus and team names that include my name.  Some say people hate hearing the sound of their own voice but it seems that may not be true for me.

My quiz night includes song requests, dancing, and if you're good, chugging contests.

NH is my childhood homestate and after trying several other places, including San Diego, and South Korea, I came back to the 'Shire.  Help me figure out why!  

Maybe you want my credentials? BA in English from PSU, MA in Linguistics from SDSU.  Does that mean I love to party?  More like, I love to be the smartest person in the room full of party school people.  It hasn't happened yet.

Even though I'm a linguist, I'm not the most cunning. My quiz teammates always had to guess the answers I "knew" from random clues I'd give them.  There was a lot of "ya know?  the guy with the hair?" going on.  Suprisingly, this method led us to victory on many happy occasions.

When you come out to the Stone Church for quiz night, chat me up!

What a night! You guys better be drunk because there was a lot of free beer going around. It always surprises me how few people pass up the chance to dance on stage even with the added bonus of a prize.  Props to those of you who did, especially Jack, who lead the charge. We had a nice sized group tonight and an odd team name theme that seemingly came out of nowhere. Our winners of the night were So Hard for Sarah, who know how to pander, and Tequila Mockingbird, who know how to mix high and low. I took my sweet time scoring and ran out of summer themed songs pretty quickly, but somehow forgot to play “Cruel Summer.” Why, G-d, why? Missed opportunity. And now let’s talk about my opinions.

Round 1: The Great Outdoors is cannon. The bear, the steak, the lightning guy, the girl at the dock. It makes Grown Ups look like amateur hour. Well, Grown Ups does that on its own I guess. Oh, Adam Sandler, you’ve fallen so far.

Round 2: Thanks for singing, everyone! Not only did you all sing “Happy Birthday” to Chris (thanks for the cake!) but you also sang some of the titles for me. Was it because you were trying to drown out my voice? Either way I loved it, and keep it up.

Round 3: I have always said that “Hey Jude” should be mandatory for every wedding where step children are made (you know what I mean). It must’ve been weird for John to play it knowing that Paul was being a better dad to John’s kid. It’s a damn good song anyway. And it just kills it in The Royal Tenenbaums. That movie has a perfect soundtrack but that version of “Hey Jude” brings a new dimension to the song.

Round 4: Woohoo, Padres! Petco is my favorite stadium to see games so far and I’m excited to hear the Padres are leading the path to safety in sports. CTE is so serious that it has stopped me from watching football, which I loved. That special on PBS opened my eyes to just how bad it is. The argument I keep hearing is “football players make millions of dollars so who cares?” but you don’t have to be a pro to get CTE. More and more college players are getting it and there are teens and younger already showing signs, and some dying. The helmets are so poorly made that your football playing kids may already be doomed before they’re 18. Remember another time when Americans knew something was bad but didn’t want to do anything about it? Remember how you ranted about how if you were there you would have done something? No? You don’t care? Ok moving on.

Round 5: You guys, “Smallville” is one of my all-time favorite shows. One of the best things about it was how it was such a good looking show. Clark is an extreme hottie and Lana is one of the most beautiful people in the world (and the reason I watch “Beauty and the Beast” now). In addition, a lot of the minor characters looked like they were saved from doing porn; it was an altruistic show in that way. Back when I was watching it in real time I only missed one episode once to go to a Matisyahu concert. 

Round 6: Wow, Johnny Depp has not done too bad. Of course, some recent movies were pretty damn bad but he has a lot of good in his past. The best is probably Edward Scissorhands. It’s so good that I don’t even care that Winona Ryder is in it, and I don’t like her at all. Have you ever had an orgasmic haircut like those women? And the topiaries! Recently I saw a house with a dinosaur topiary out front and a giant tortoise living next to it. Just rad.

Round 8: Oh look, Big Daddy made it. One of the better Sandler movies. I still like to say, “hip, hip hop, hip hop anonymous?” the way the homeless person says hippopotamus.

July has been nice and hot so far and it’s just starting. Tune in next week for Sarah themed songs in honor of me.

Yours for now, Quizler

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