Saturday, March 26, 2011

Question 577: The Inspector

An American born Scot. What must that be like? Phew.
He tried many things, but then fate decided that packing meat was his destiny. And he prospered.
His biggest moment came in the war of 1812, the one about all the American-British empire thing..

The chap in question managed to get the commission to supply meat to the army!
Good for him.
On each little box of Meat, there was, as you'd expect, 'U.S' printed on it, as they were govt property.
He insisted U.S was United States. But the soldiers said it stood for something else(Their own little joke, of course)
I want to know what it was that the Soldiers said. The term's damned famous now, so you'd have heard of it.

And ID the man.

Question 576: Proof kahan hai?




X was an idea put forth by a very generally awesome man (although I don't personally appreciate the usage of the idea, I still think he's pretty cool).
Y and Z sort of picked up on it later on.

The theory of Z actually has a name coined for it.

So give me:
1. X, Y and Z

2. The name of the generally awesome man

3. What Z is a parody of

4. The name coined for Z

2 points per part plus a bonus of 2 for getting all four.
So 10 points in total.
Also, my Hindi (and possibly everyone else's) is better than Pai's.
Just saying.

Question 575: Do you understand?

Here's a guest question by Arkal :)


Identify the band and name the song.
Also, bonus points for what's unique about the song?
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All questions will hence be open till the end of the month, a nice way to boost our average.

Giving adequate time for our scorer to tabulate all the scores and come out with various statistics nobody cares to comment upon

Any resemblance is purely co-incidental, legally fictional, and a matter of perspective

Nagaratna at Work
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