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The Stone Church
5 Granite Street
Newmarket, NH 03857
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM
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7:57 PM, October 15, 2014
Scores
Paris, Where the Sun Doesn't Shine 82

That's no Moon 80

Lady Plasma 80

Now Tranning on Twitter 74

Jeopardy! Twitter Biddies 74

And on the 7th Day, G-d gave us Thomas Brady 74

I Thought This was Speed Dating 69

How to Tran Your Dragon 67

Tequila Mockingbird 64

The Swedish Fishes 60

Live Free, Die So Hard 60

Aye chef Eye 48

Today's Winner 5

Eek! A Mouse! 4

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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!

Obviously we have to start off with a big shoutout to Dan Tran for being a Jeopardy! champion and winning enough money to buy us all at least a round. He’s still down to Earth enough to play with us even though his awkward charm made national news. Congrats, man! You all clearly knew about that though seeing as how so many of tonight’s team names were focused on him. A few of you had so many names you couldn’t just stick to one. Might I mention that it was my original team that used his name in our team name before it was cool. Anyway, the quiz:

Round 1: I think we’ve had enough Blake Shelton questions for life. That guy does not need to be famous anymore and this from a country music fan. I like Miranda Lambert and really any female country artist but he just seems like a douche and we don’t need to talk about him anymore.

Round 2: October 15th isn’t a bad day for music but that Ciara song sure is forgettable. I’ve played “Come on Over, Baby” at least a dozen times for you because that is a damn good song and I used to charm the men with it in my heyday. “Hit the Road, Jack” is one of the catchiest songs of all though.

Round 3: Obviously the penguins can’t live with the Polar Bears or there’d be no penguins at all. The penguins’ foe is the squa. 

Round 4: So even though most of you did not get the answer, are you excited about the “Twin Peaks” reunion or whatever it’s being called? Reboot I guess. I’m not. That show was scary and it seems like it was really good, but I’m too scared to watch and don’t need even more pressure to watch it. I watched the first movie, which was freaky enough. I’d get behind another Rick Moranis movie though for sure.

Round 5: Kind of an easy visual I’d say. The hardest thing for me is to remember that the show is called “Home Improvement” and not “Tool Time,” which is a way better name. I love that the Buffy Halloween episodes are always the least scary of the season. Especially the second time around knowing the ending. I also love the Xander never lost his army man knowledge. That “Castle” one was hard because the best Halloween episode was when he dressed as a brown coat in the 2nd season.

Round 6: Is “Top Gear” a show only for car lovers? It seems like a lot of people like that show and I didn’t know there were that many car enthusiasts. Should I check it out? Even though I’m not into cars at all and wish my Honda Civic would last forever (it will).

Round 7: Well this is a thing. I’ve edited this a few times so as not to be racist. Is that racist? Anyway, JD Salinger, man, JD Salinger.

Round 8: Once when I was subbing a Physics class I had to watch Apollo 13 three times in a day. But it was only the second half each time so during my lunch break I had to watch the first half just to create balance in my life. It was a hard way to make $70. Most subs don’t seem to want science classes because they think it’ll be too hard. They don’t know it’s easy-ass boring shit. Once I had to show a pre 9/11 video about the making of the World Trade buildings. It was horrifying for only me because the class hadn’t lived through the fall. Once I had to show a video about how Darwin married his cousin. The worksheet was like, what did Darwin say to his cousin? And then, what did his wife respond? What?! That guy was supposed to be smarter than that. Like the originator of how to make good genes. The movie about Nobel was better.

Anyway, have a wonderful week and I’ll see you all next Wednesday for my very last 13 hour work day! Huzzah!

Yours for now, quizler 

The Stone Church
5 Granite Street
Newmarket, NH 03857
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM
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9:03 PM, October 08, 2014
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So Hard it Hurts 73

Ballpark Frank Sherbert 72

7th Hell:The Camden Family Secrets 69

Loose Seal 63

The Stone Church Hookers 63

Red Bull Didn't Give me Wings and all I Got was $10 62

7 Minutes in Heaven: Fun for all Ages 61

Ray's Sassy Liquors 59

Megadeath-Amphetamine 56

Look! I have a Funny Team Name. Pay Attention to Me! 44

Ebola Rollas 43

Thundercats are Go! 43

Boo Yah Girls 29

Aspergers Social Club 27

Team Thunda 26

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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!

Well I sure had fun tonight. No one said “what?” and everyone was nice and organized. You guys are my favorite quizzers. Let’s keep it going every week. We had some really good team names this week, the best being about the 7th Heaven dad. He wrote an article years ago for the Huffington Post about how a TV show was using his real name as one of their characters’ names. He said that shows have research teams to make sure the characters don’t have similar names to real life famous people and he was surprised that he wasn’t famous enough to make the list seeing as he was on a hit TV show for ten years. Well, you’re famous now!

Round 1: There used to be a restaurant in San Diego called Kansas City BBQ, whose claim to fame is that the “seedy bar seen in Top Gun” was filmed there. I went there and didn’t recognize it. The place burned down some years ago though.

Round 2: Meat Loaf is something special, isn’t he? Sometimes I think about how people like Martin Luther King Jr accomplished so much at such a young age and I’ve done nothing. But then there’s people like Meat Loaf who didn’t seem to do much of anything for awhile and then, like a bat outta hell, kicked it into high gear. There’s hope for everyone. Also was your final score higher than expected? I accepted the Beatles and Wings! 

Round 3: Yay for a completely female round? As far as random multiple choice rounds go, this one was pretty good for y’all.

Round 4: Now here’s a theme I approve of. Boston cream is the best, isn’t it. The other day someone brought a bunch of pastries while we were drinking. I took a Boston cream one and shared it with a friend, and then later she said, “get more of the eclairs.” It blew my mind. Is Boston cream just a different sized eclair?

Round 5: I used to watch “Bones.” Actually I started watching it for kind of a funny reason. I love Aziz Ansari and follow him on Twitter. He used to be the king of Twitter but he’s been busy lately and Ken Jennings took over the crown. Anyway, Aziz was promoting “Park and Rec,” which was apparently competing at the same time slot as “Bones.” So Aziz started saying things like, “Watch Parks tonight because I hear David Boreanaz is a child molester.” I had recently finished binge-watching “Buffy” and didn’t know that Boreanaz had a new show. I realized there must be a show with him on at the same time and started watching it. I only watched stuff on Hulu so the time slots didn’t matter. I stopped watching when Bones stopped being a genius archeologist and became a literal-minded idiot. I blame “The Big-Bang Theory.” Loose Seal was the only team to get all 8 in this one, mostly because the “Arrested Development” guy was the hardest, but they lived up to their team name.

Round 6: Holy crap soccer is scary! How many of you got Hong Kong because you’re may Facebook friend?

Round 7: You know who loves McDonald’s fries? The owner of our venue, which is why your meals come with skinny fries a la McD’s. Speaking of MacDowell’s, I had the opportunity to show that movie to my friend from South Africa. Quite the experience I must say. I’m proud of how many of you knew “The Wire” finally! The Stone Church Hookers were highest here with 7. I don’t think anyone got “Mac & Me.”

Round 8: Most of what I know about the Korean war I learned from “Mad Men.” Shh, don’t tell. Also, psh, compound nouns.

Don’t forget, I’ll see you all Monday at 7:30 for a very special viewing of one of our own on national television!

Yours for now, Quizler

The Stone Church
5 Granite Street
Newmarket, NH 03857
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM
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10:19 PM, October 01, 2014
Scores
Lady Plasma 76

Hogwarts House Harkonnen 69

Gerard Mary Poppkins 67

Cats in the Floorboards 66

How's That Haterade Taste, Bro? #threepeat #dynasty 62

Requiem for a Team 62

There's Only One Thing Bending in My Pants 61

So Hard to Share My Ebola 59

I Don't Know Why I'm Clapping 55

The Buffs 51

Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm Flailing Tube Man 51

I am So Unimaginitive 48

Sweatpants Boners 47

Just Not Last Place 44

Rancid Cupcakes 43

Bud and Team 39

My Patronus is a Direwolf 39

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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!

Well hello there, a bunch of people! Big crowd tonight, is what I”m trying to say. I think it went well tonight, how about you? I know we had a different round 2 and a strange round 7 but I think you all handled it well. And I was graceful as always. The surprise ending was only that there was no surprise - our top two teams didn’t change all night. Nice work in round two, Lady Plasma and Howarts! My turn.

Round 1: I love a good chemical element round. I ordered a periodic table from my high school chemistry teacher to put up in my college dorm and was always disappointed seeing those knock off tables of things like “periodic table of mixology” and whatnot in my classmates’ rooms. I still have mine and it is decorated with some great college mementos. But it especially helped in rounds like these. You guys seemed to know your stud, though.

Round 2: This was a new one. It kinda makes it seem like band names are so unimportant. Stop spending so much time on naming your band - it’s the music that matters. It’s not like TV where a bad name can ruin a good show (e.g. “Cougar Town,” “Trophy Wife”).

Round 3: I was just talking about the Jamie Oliver revolution. That poor guy is working so hard and is getting so much backlash. It seems you just can’t go against big business/government bureaucracy. Let’s work on getting a bigger fruits and vegetables lobby going.

Round 4: Have you seen that website that teaches you an awesome Icelandic word every day? Iceland has some pretty great words. But so does Jonsi’s language that doesn’t sound different from Icelandic even though it’s literally gobbledegook.

Round 5: This is not our first Malkovich round. That guy is just creepy. You should know that Marilyn Monroe trumps Madonna.

Round 6: Aziz Ansari constantly joked about George Lopez being the king of late night. When Conan took over for Leno and people were talking about who was better Aziz always insisted on George. He kept saying at least George was always going to be there and no one was messing with him. Then Conan took George’s spot and no one said boo about poor George. It was all about poor Conan and damn Leno. But There was Aziz, the lone wolf standing up for George Lopez. No one heard though.

Round 7: Girl, it’s twelve o’clock; why would I be goin’ to the movies? Best wrong answer goes to Requiem for a Team with the government program against sexual assault being called, “legitimate rape.” Sad how that could be a government program.

Round 8: NH may only have one boring president, but soon we’ll have a second. I’m going to vote for Jeanne Shaheen, aren’t you? Run already! In other news, wasn’t I just telling you about my friend Django, named after Jean-Baptiste Reinhardt? Is Jean Baptiste from Jon the Baptist? Can you imagine being named after a religion? Oh sorry, Christian!

Well that’s all for tonight but it was a lot in the end. I hope you had fun and come back next week. And don’t remember about our special viewing party on Monday, the 13th!

Yours for now, Quizler

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