14 thoughts on “Creative Anachronism”

  1. “I got 14/19 and 16/20 respectively.”

    Gosh! I just sat there and stared while the time ticked away. πŸ™‚

  2. OK, I have a plan. I’ll try again, when the effects of a very long Sunday lunch at the local pub have worn off.

    Just as long as I don’t have to sign up to Twitter. πŸ˜‰

  3. Don’t worry, I doubt if I could work it all out M.

    I’m a bit dinosaurish where Twitter is concerned, as you may have gathered. πŸ™‚

  4. Hi, M. Thanks for this. Great fun.

    Got 14 out of 19 as well on the first one. Missed 1, 7, 11, 13 and 15 although I knew what the answer to 15 had to be but could not remember his name.

    Should have got 1. Great fan and great speech.

    I’ll try II tomorrow.

  5. Fair enough. Couldn’t sleep without giving II a go. Annoyingly, 16/20 so we’re still tied.

    3, 7, 12 and 15 this time. Should have got 15, thought 12 was weak and got the reference in 3 but again could not remember the name. Never heard of 12 until I googled him. Got what he deserved, in my opinion.

    Lucky with 14, to be fair. Only typed his name in on the general principle that there had to be a chance that it was the answer to one of them.

  6. I learned the alias of Harriet Tubman. Any connection Miss Mouse? Did not know about the vice presidential duel.

  7. We once sang a gospel song about Harriet TUbman in the choir in Leeds.
    I almost sang Harriet Harman half the time. Talk about serious brainwashing..

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