Dedicated to whom, Mr. Bulsara?
I would recommend not screwing with Anita White. Black Twitter will take you down.
Join us tonight for six rounds of trivia - live on Facebook at 8pm Eastern!
No, not Francis Dolarhyde, the one on the flag.
In spite of a raging global pandemic, the Mustard Belt was awarded yet again in Coney Island.
The geographic diversity of UPQ's participants continues apace, and we again greeted a number of new denizens last night.
The Sadiest produced an intriguing visual round on Pez dispensers, and educated us on stars and femonyms. Mary O'Shag continued the virtual jaunt around the world with Geography C, encouraged crafters with a fabric round, and ended on a low note with a common bond on butts.
Join us next Wednesday for more hilarity and home-procured adult beverages.
Maybe her fatal mistake was writing a dull, convoluted novel.
In case you wouldn't have guessed, I'm one of those weirdos who has HBO Max. I'm excited about a lot of the content on there, primarily catching up on the work of Hayao Miyazaki. I'll probably start with anything of his starring Kirsten Dunst.
See you tonight at 8!
p.s. If you're a regular, this hint should probably give you an idea of what one of my rounds is...
Bubba? Junior? Thomas Brown? Jedidiah? Why all the names, is this a Southern thing?
In the mid-1960s, the US had a president from Texas who had ideas for a Great Society. Some of those ideas made it into reality, and are still around.