How Did You Know Sarah Blask and Liz Fontenla?
We had a lot of fun giving away daily neatorama prizes this month! We hope you continue to enjoy this new aspect of the game. Thanks for being active on the Facebook page. Head over there to find out if you're a random winner, as we just announced that. Meantime, congrats to our first place winners Sarah Blask and Liz Fontenla:
Liz and I spend most of our time selling theatre tickets in Philadelphia. We spend our lunch hours trying out new restaurants and figuring out trivia. I’m better at unscrambling words and remembering random things I’ve seen. Liz is best at figuring out audio clips and knowing random music trivia. We both grumble at math problems.
4. First Lady
I knew the first few, and once I figured out the theme, the rest were pretty easy.
I got the first two on my own. Thanks to Liz for pointing out the market, and to her fiancé, Mike, for providing the sports term!
I love Sporcle quizzes! I’ve gotten pretty good at word ladders, thanks to them.
Ben Franklin- I live in Philly. We all know our Ben Franklin quotations pretty well!
This took a lot of staring at, including with a mirror, to figure out what you wanted from us. Once I realized you wanted us to complete the phrases, it became clear.
Liz accidentally told me the answer before I had a chance to look at the puzzle that day.
Ellen isn't a palindrome
I knew the last four. When I Google Image searched the Pokemon, I realized the theme, and found the Honda that matched it.
40 41 21N
74 02 40W
Thanks again to Liz for the math part, and to Google Maps for the rest.
Statue of Liberty, New York
1. New York
3. Las Vegas
I’ve been to the Statue of Liberty in NY, so I recognized that one.
I knew there was a version in Paris, and you can see the top of the Eiffel Tower in the second picture, so I knew that must be it.
I recognized the Las Vegas version of New York from a post on another of my favorite websites, http://www.scoutingny.com/?p=1292
The red tower in the last picture made me think it might be Tokyo. I did some quick Googling, and found out that it was.
G/ive me/ your t/ired y/our po/or you/r hudd/led ma/sses y/earni/ng to b/reath/e free
As soon as I unscrambled “Give me” I knew what it would say, thanks to the day’s theme.
Emma Lazarus- I knew that she wrote the poem.
S (Six starts with an S)
21 6 18 20 3 18