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Spiral Frog Trivia 1,000,000 songs & videos for you at Spiral Frog! For 2500 Points: When you click on "How Site Works" under "Support" what is the last question posted? - Will Spiralfrog be going global?

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Yahoo HotJobs Trivia Escape to Tahiti sweepstakes by Yahoo HotJobs: For 2500 Points - Under "Avoid Burnout" the bullet point "Plan Leisure Activities Near Home" what is the last bit of advice? - Or be a tourist in your own city

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Champions The 1967 NFL Championship game nicknamed, "The Ice Bowl," pitted the Dallas Cowboys against Green Bay Packers on Dec. 31 at the chilly Lambeau Field. What was the final score of "The Ice Bowl?" (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer) - a)21 to 17 Packers,Country Music Trivia Who is the only person inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame twice? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer) - c)Roy Rogers,Extraordinary The patent for making Vaseline was patented by Robert Chesebrough of New York City who was an English born chemist who had worked in the oil fields of Pennsylvania. In what year was Chesebrough's patent received?(Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer) - c)1872

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Famous Firsts On December 15, 1979, Chris Hanley and Scott Abbott first created a game called Trivial Pursuit. What game were the two playing at the time they came up with the popular trivia board game? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer) - c)Scrabble,Villains of the Silver Screen In the 1978 movie, Halloween, Jamie Lee Curtis plays a babysitter being chased by a psychotic murderer named Michael Myers who dons a hockey mask and wields a long sharp butcher's knife. What is the name of the actor who played Michel Myers in the movie? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer) - c)Tony Moran

Artist of the Day 5000 points are awarded by typing in the Artist of the Day. Listen to Lisa Dent and Ramblin Ray for the code at 6:15 and 8:15am. - Kenny Chesney,dean's dairy code Listen for the Dean's Dairy Code with Trish Biondo to win 5000 reward points. - Chocolate Milk

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Taylor Swift Code Listen to Bill Garcia each week night at approximately 8:45 p.m. for the Taylor Swift Code Word of the Day. Enter it here to win 25,000 points - Cold As You

Previous Trivia Answers For Thursday June 19,2008 - Champions Previous Answer: b) The Raiders came back in the last 65 seconds and scored 14 points with the final score 43 Raiders, 32 Jets,Country Music Trivia Previous Answer:Governor,Extraordinary Previous Answer: c) The shed door where it was built was too small for the car to pass through. FYI: Ford ripped out the door frame with an ax and then test drive commenced.,Famous Firsts Previous Answer: c) $0.98 FYI: In 1960, Swanson added desserts to its TV dinners with options that included: apple cobbler and a brownie.,

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Previous trivia Answers For Thursday June 19,2008(continued part 2) - Villains of the Silver Screen Previous Answer: b) "�Investigate a strange noise or something." FYI: Barrymore was initially cast as the movie's star, Sydney Prescott but insisted she play Casey because it would make the audience think anything could happen.

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Ice Bowl 1967

The 1967 National Football League Championship Game between the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys was the 35th championship game in NFL history. Popularly known as the Ice Bowl, it is widely considered one of the greatest games in NFL history, due in part to the hostile conditions in which it was played, the importance of the game, the rivalry between the teams, and the dramatic conclusion.

The 1967 game, played on December 31 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, remains the coldest NFL game on record in terms of actual air temperature. (The coldest in terms of wind chill was the Freezer Bowl.) The official game-time temperature was −13°F / −25°C, with a wind chill around −48°F / −44°C. Using the new wind chill index put into use in 2001, the wind chill was −36°F.

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The bitter cold overwhelmed Lambeau's new turf heating system, leaving the playing surface hard as a rock and nearly as smooth as ice, though some speculated Packer coach Vince Lombardi turned it off.[citation needed] The officials were unable to use their whistles after the opening kick-off. As the referee blew his metal whistle to signal the start of play, it froze to his lips. For the rest of the game, the officials used voice commands and calls to end plays and officiate the game.

Several players, including Dallas defensive tackle Jethro Pugh and Green Bay quarterback Bart Starr, still claim to suffer occasional mild effects of the frostbite they developed that day. Dallas quarterback Don Meredith came down with pneumonia after the game and was hospitalized on his return to Texas. In addition to the effects of the weather, Starr absorbed a lot of punishment from Dallas players during the game: he was sacked eight times.

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The University of Wisconsin - La Crosse Marching Chiefs band were supposed to perform the pre-game and half time shows. However, during warm-ups in the brutal cold, the woodwind instruments froze and wouldn't play; the mouthpieces of brass instruments got stuck to the players' lips; and seven members of the band were transported to local hospitals for hypothermia. The band's further performances were cancelled for the day. It was in fact so cold that one fan died of exposure.[citation needed]

The game was televised by CBS, with announcers Ray Scott, Jack Buck, and Frank Gifford. No copy of the complete telecast is known to exist, although some excerpts were saved and are occasionally re-aired in retrospective features. The radio broadcast on the Cowboys Radio Network is believed to exist, with Bill Mercer calling the action.

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The game was televised by CBS, with announcers Ray Scott, Jack Buck, and Frank Gifford. No copy of the complete telecast is known to exist, although some excerpts were saved and are occasionally re-aired in retrospective features. The radio broadcast on the Cowboys Radio Network is believed to exist, with Bill Mercer calling the action. The audio of the entire Ice Bowl Braodcast still exists, as Bill Mercer now a professor at UNT has played the game more than once during all of his Sports Broadcasting Classes.

The Packers jumped to an early 14-0 lead via two touchdown passes from Bart Starr to Boyd Dowler, but Green Bay committed two costly turnovers in the second quarter that led to 10 Dallas points. First, Starr lost a fumble while being sacked by Cowboys lineman Willie Townes; Dallas defensive end George Andrie recovered the ball and returned it 7 yards for a touchdown, cutting the lead in half.

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Then, with time almost out in the second quarter, Packers safety Willie Wood fumbled a Dallas punt after calling for a fair catch, and Cowboys rookie defensive back Phil Clark recovered the ball at the Green Bay 17-yard line. The Packers were able to keep Dallas out of the end zone, but kicker Danny Villanueva kicked a 21-yard field goal to cut the deficit to 14-10 by halftime.

Neither team was able to score any points in the third quarter, but then on the first play of the final period, the Cowboys took a 17-14 lead with running back Dan Reeves' 50-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Lance Rentzel on a halfback option play. Later in the quarter, the Packers drove into scoring range and had a chance to tie the game, but kicker Don Chandler missed a 40-yard field goal attempt.

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Starting from his own 32-yard line with 4:54 left in the game, Starr led his team down the field with three key completions: a 13-yard pass to Dowler, a 12-yarder to running back Donny Anderson, and a 19-yard throw to fullback Chuck Mercein. Then Mercein ran 8 yards to a first down on the Cowboys' 3-yard line on the next play. Twice Anderson attempted to run the ball into the end zone, but both times he was tackled at the 1-yard line, the second time after his footing failed on the icy field.

On third-and-goal, Starr called the Packers' final timeout with only 16 seconds left in the game to confer with coach Vince Lombardi and decide on the next play. Starr asked for a sneak, and Lombardi's response was, "Well, run it and let's get the hell out of here."

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Some observers (and Dallas players) expected the play would be a pass because a completion would win the game, while an incompletion would stop the clock, allowing the Packers one more play to attempt a touchdown or kick a field goal to send the game into overtime. But Green Bay's pass protection had been poor, and Starr's throws late in the game had been mostly short and out in the flat; in this treacherous footing, the touchdown-or-incompletion alternative was not guaranteed. So Green Bay had other ideas. After taking the snap, Starr executed a quarterback sneak behind center Ken Bowman and guard Jerry Kramer's block through defensive tackle Jethro Pugh, scoring a touchdown that gave the Packers a 21-17 win and their unprecedented third consecutive NFL championship. Later on Kramer would even admit to moving before the ball was snapped which NFL Films tape of the game clearly showed that happened.

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Several photos of the final play show Chuck Mercein with his hands in the air. Most people assume that Mercein was signaling a touchdown, but this is not the case. Mercein thought he was going to take a handoff from Starr, and once he realized that Starr was running a sneak, Mercein unsuccessfully tried to stop his forward momentum. He put his hands up in an attempt to show the officials that he wasn't pushing Starr into the end zone, which would have resulted in a penalty.

The Packers' final play was selected in a sideline conference between Starr and Lombardi. As reported in the book When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi, by David Maraniss (1999), the coach wanted to get the game over with, one way or another, before conditions became worse, rather than attempting a tying field goal. The field goal try was no certainty given the conditions; and if it were successful, it would have sent the game into a grueling overtime period.

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As reported in the Maraniss book and also in The Packers!, by Steve Cameron (1995), the called play was a handoff to Mercein. Starr decided, but did not tell anyone, that he would keep the ball and avoid the risk of a fumble. Following the touchdown, the Packers had to kick off to the Cowboys, but Dallas was unable to advance the ball in the few remaining seconds, and Green Bay had secured the victory.

Green Bay Packers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17

Scoring

GB - Dowler 8 pass from Starr (Chandler kick)

GB - Dowler 46 pass from Starr (Chandler kick)

DAL - Andrie 7 fumble return (Villanueva kick)

DAL - FG Villanueva 21

DAL - Rentzel 50 pass from Reeves (Villanueva kick)

GB - Starr 1 run (Chandler kick)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    GOOD MORNING EVERYONE HAVE GREAT WEEKEND!!!

    Artist----------------KENNY CHESNEY

    Deans--------------CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES DOUGH

    Taylor--------------COLD AS YOU

    NASCAR----------GEARSHIFT

    Champions--------A) 21 TO 17 PACKERS

    Country-------------C) ROY ROGERS

    Extraordinary-----C) 1872

    Famous Firsts----C) SCRABBLE

    Villains--------------C) TONY MORAN

    Sleuth---------------

    Spiral Frog--------WILL SPIRAL FROG BE GOING GLOBAL?

    Hot Jobs-----------OR BE A TOURIST IN YOUR OWN CITY

    HAVE A GOOD TIME AT YOUR SHOW TONIGHT!

    WORKS FOR THE RADIO TRIVIA!!!!;-)

    ma20

  • czar59
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Champions:a)21 to 17 Packers

    Country Music: c)Roy Rogers

    Extraordinary: c)1872

    Famous Firsts: c)Scrabble

    Sleuth: (not yet)

    Spiral Frog: When will spiral frog go global

    Villains of the Silver Screen: c)Tony Moran

    Yahoo Hot Jobs: Or be a tourist in your own city

    All Access 60: Hangin’ Tough

    Artist: Kenny Chesney

    Dean's:

    Nascar: Racetrack

    Taylor Swift:

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Good Morning all!

    Champions: A) 21 to 17 packers

    Country Music Trivia: C) Roy Rogers

    Extraordinary: C) 1872

    Famous Firsts: C) Scrabble

    Spiral Frog: Will spiral frog be going global?

    Villains of the Silver Screen: C) Tony Moran

    Hot Jobs Trivia: Or be a tourist in you own city

    Taylor Swift: Cold as You

    Artist: Kenny

    Deans: choc

    Nascar: E

    D

    Source(s): worked on radio site and crazijim :)
  • CrazyH
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    US 99.5

    Listen and Win

    Artist of the day- Kenny Chesney

    Dean's Dairy Code- Milk Chocolate

    Taylor Swift Code of the Day- Cold as You

    Nascar- E or Aero push seems to always work....

    Trivia

    Champions - A

    Country - C

    Extraordinary - C

    Famous Firsts - C

    Spiral Frog - Will SpiralFrog

    Villains - C

    Yahoo Hot Jobs - Or Be A Tourist

    Source(s): H : ) Hello Everyone! Have a great Friday!
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  • 1 decade ago

    Good Morning Everyone and Have a Great Weekend!

    I'm off to Ocean City, M.D. For the weekend for a Bachelorette Party!!!

    Champions - A

    Country Music - C

    esurance - how many cars are you insuring?

    Extraordinary - C

    Famous Firsts -C

    Spiral Frog - When will spiral frog go global

    Villains - C

    Yahoo HotJobs - Or be a tourist in your own city

  • 1 decade ago

    Rowdy Word = Quartet

    Champions = A

    Country = C

    Extra = C

    Famous = C

    Spiral Frog = Will SpiralFrog

    Villains = C

    Yahoo Hot Jobs = Or Be A Tourist

    Have a great Weekend!

    Don't forget "Points for Picks" and Bonus sites

  • 1 decade ago

    Artist - Kenny Chesney

    Deans - Choc Milk

    Nascar - Aero Push

    Taylor Swift - Cold as You

    Champions - A

    Country - C

    Esurance - how many cars are you insuring?

    Extraordinary - C

    Famous - C

    Spiral Frog - will spiralfrog be going global?

    Villains - C

    Hot Jobs - or be a tourist in your own city

    Source(s): Happy Friday Everyone - Have a good weekend.
  • 1 decade ago

    Copy & paste

    kenchocolains

    Artist - Ken

    Deans - Cho

    Nascar - E

    Taylor - Col

    Trivia:

    Champions - A

    Country - C

    Extraordinary - C

    Famous Firsts - C

    Spiral Frog - Will SpiralFrog (I)

    Villains - C

    Yahoo Hot Jobs - Or Be A Tourist (O)

    ESurance - How many cars are you insuring (ins)

    Happy Friday & Thumbs up!

  • 1 decade ago

    ..... check for music feedback

    artist Kenny

    Dean's choc

    Nascar e

    taylor cold as you

    champs a

    country c

    esurance Do you currently have insurance on this property

    extra c

    first c

    villians c

    spiral fog Will SpiralFrog be going global?

    h00t j0bs Or be a tourist in your own city

    kilt

    Rowdy Quartet

    10 AM iPod Johnny And June

    2 pm ipod Way Back Texas

    rewind Mountain Music

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Spiral = Will Spiral Frog Be Going Global?

    jc

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Artist - Kenny Chesney

    Dean's - Milk Chocolate

    Taylor Swift - Cold as You

    Nascar - Aero push

    Thanks everyone

    Enjoy the week end

    Go Sox!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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