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13 teams graced the Kelvin Arms this week, making it a tie record since I’ve been hosting (less than a month). The competition is heating up—I can only expect it will continue.
And Leon is getting larger.
Nice to have new team Goonies Never Say Die grace our little Kelvin Arms party. That is, nice except that one of the members of the team is a chemist so they KILLED Round 3, which asked for nothing but elements that start with “S.” Also pulled a squeaker for 1st place.
Once again, Santorum, Satan, Scrotium….these are NOT elements appearing on the periodic table.
Controversy arose this week with regards to whether the Earth is the densest planet. Many of you indicated that it was Mercury. Right.
Remember that you can always lodge your protest on the Geeks Who Drink website at the Error-ogenous zone.
Best team name of the week went to my classy friends of Girthworm, for a shrinkage reference with regards to absolute zero. I also liked Absolut Kelvin (good brand name) and Kelvin and Hobbes, who nearly took second place if it wasn’t for the intellectual judo pulled by Spanish Inquisition.
Best Team Name theme for next week will have nothing to do with the Super Bowl. We’ll be over it by then. Let’s do something funny—give me a title of the next Air Bud installment and a tagline. Look for my submissions in the comments in the days to come.
I know I’ll see you—but until then…
Keep on keepin’ on.