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BBC, BBC and Unexpected Wine

It’s about time I posted a biographical-type entry rather than bombarding you with short stories, so let’s see – what’s been happening? ¬†Since Sunday I’ve been busy working as per usual and preparing some comic poems for Red Nose Day in case some emergency comic poetry is required. ¬† 544 more words

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The Friday Quiz - #5

A simple cricketing question for subcontinent fans. Connect the following (an exhaustive list):

1. Sydney Cricket Ground
2. M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
3. Old Trafford, Manchester… 24 more words

Tauseef Warsi

The Friday Quiz - #4

The first person officially was a certain Clarence Nash, who held the distinction from 1934 to his death in 1985. After his death, Tony Anselmo officially took over, and continues as of now. 56 more words

Tauseef Warsi

The Friday Quiz - #3

Fundamental versions of this very popular activity include ThumbAround and FingerPass. More advanced versions are Infinity, Shadow, and BackAround. Name this simple, and popular, activity. 6 more words


The Friday Quiz - #2

Levant is a name used to refer to the area around Syria and its neighbouring countries. Countries in this region are Cyprus, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan and Syria. 109 more words


The Friday Quiz - #1

The first question in a series of quiz questions, and easy one to begin with:

In 2004, Robert Crease, a philosophy professor, science historian and columnist with… 91 more words


Quiz Questions

Answer by A Quora admin:

1. His surname is probably based on 'one
who lives in a hut'. He was officially
married less than two days before his and…

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