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It's baaaack! :D

I will let our official MN Jeopardy administrator to start off this year's activities. The current MN is of course at 165.

HFFR...who was the winner last year anyways? I believe (if I recall correctly) that HHN is our reigning champion. If that's the case we should get an "MN Jeopardy champion 2007/2008" in his sig ;)

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Wow didnt know you guys cared for me so much, cant a guy play some softball?

Brian obviously won last year so he can put that in his sig if it makes him feel good.

Assuming everyone knows the rules, here goes:

MN JEOPARDY 165

165 is a (blank) number, (blank) number, and a (blank number).

I think the answer is either "natural" number or "small" number (sometimes called "small cardinal" number)

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Wow didnt know you guys cared for me so much, cant a guy play some softball?

Brian obviously won last year so he can put that in his sig if it makes him feel good.

Assuming everyone knows the rules, here goes:

MN JEOPARDY 165

165 is a (blank) number, (blank) number, and a (blank number).

He did... HHN, Smiegel and the Admiral are contesting that :blink:

What is odd, even, odd?

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He did... HHN, Smiegel and the Admiral are contesting that :blink:

What is odd, even, odd?

I think the answer to your question, Sir Brian, is: HHN, Smiegel and the Admiral. Though I'd actually suggest that Smiegel isn't really even, but the oddest of the bunch.

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I have a recommendation for this thread. We've had the problem of (as is the case currently) waiting for confirmations of correct/incorrect answers for elongated periods of time, which turns off the interest in here fairly quickly.

Do you guys think it would be wise to set a time limit on the questions. For example, we can say if there is no answer from the poster of the question 4 hours from the time the first answer is given, the earliest non-discredited answer is deemed a winner (whether it's correct or not) and this user can post a new question.

What say you fellow gentlemen to that?

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I think the answer to your question, Sir Brian, is: HHN, Smiegel and the Admiral. Though I'd actually suggest that Smiegel isn't really even, but the oddest of the bunch.
That would make him the 1 and it's a toss-up for who would be the 6 and 5... so what's the right question HFFTR... huh?

Ah to speak among MN'ers... what better is there (well maybe the Habs... but only slightly :) )

OH... HI CH :D

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That would make him the 1 and it's a toss-up for who would be the 6 and 5... so what's the right question HFFTR... huh?

Ah to speak among MN'ers... what better is there (well maybe the Habs... but only slightly :) )

OH... HI CH :D

Your all wrong. Im disappointed, thought you guys would have been experts on wikipedia by now.....

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I have a recommendation for this thread. We've had the problem of (as is the case currently) waiting for confirmations of correct/incorrect answers for elongated periods of time, which turns off the interest in here fairly quickly.

Do you guys think it would be wise to set a time limit on the questions. For example, we can say if there is no answer from the poster of the question 4 hours from the time the first answer is given, the earliest non-discredited answer is deemed a winner (whether it's correct or not) and this user can post a new question.

What say you fellow gentlemen to that?

I like the idea of moving on if a the response is not correct... but I would think it should be incumbent on the poster of the Jeopardy to give the response if there is nothing correct after 4 hours... and therefore he should post another new Jeopardy... what do you think?
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... sphenic number (a positive integer which is the product of three distinct prime numbers) ...

... tetrahedral number (an amount that can be represented by a pyramid with a triangular base and 3 sides) ...

... self number (can't even wrap my head around that one) ...

:wacko:

There sure are lots of types of numbers. I remember struggling with 'even' and 'odd'.

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From the Poop-Deck...

So, this is it... the start of another season of scouting the Eastern Conference - 2008-2009 rivals of Our beloved Bleu, Blanc, Rouge to keep everyone informed about just how the Habs stack up against the most direct competition... and we have a new format... THREE DIVISIONS/THREE SCOUT GROUPS for now and until otherwise adjusted... that means... NO INDIVIDUAL TEAMS... DIVISIONAL SCOUTS as follows:

Atlantic Division: Devils; Islanders; Rangers; Flyers; Penguins

Current scouts: Flying Lion

Northeast Division: Boston Bruins; Buffalo Sabre; Montréal Canadien; Ottawa Senator; Toronto Maple Leaf

Current scouts: HTL, NG29

Southeast Division: Thrashers; Hurricanes; Panthers; Lightning; Capitals

Current scouts: 1970Habs

EVERYTHING SCOUTING GETS POSTED IN THIS THREAD

We are looking for three to five scouts per division.. so if you see a vacancy just drop a post in here stating which you would like to be.

What happens here?

As the Admiral, I will post a daily schedule and links to game previews.

As a scout you will post all updates (injuries, trades, chit-chat and such - not previews or the links), articles and opinions (personal or otherwise - open for discussion) that you find or are of interest for your respective Division, while trying to avoid repetition.

That simple.

Welcome to my nightmare :lol:

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... sphenic number (a positive integer which is the product of three distinct prime numbers) ...

... tetrahedral number (an amount that can be represented by a pyramid with a triangular base and 3 sides) ...

... self number (can't even wrap my head around that one) ...

:wacko:

There sure are lots of types of numbers. I remember struggling with 'even' and 'odd'.

And the flying lion takes the lead!

Your turn to make a question now.

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Sorry about the delay. It's easier to try to find answers than it is to find questions.

MN Jeopardy 165

In the Dewey Decimal System, the 100s are for books dealing with Philosophy and Psychology. More specifically, what is the focus of books with a classification number of 165?

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Hold onto your shorts HFFR.

According to HLD I believe I have 4 hours to come up with a question. :lol::lol:

I actually thought Flying Lion went to dinner before he saw my answer so I stayed in the game thread.

As we are good buddies I won't let you wait the 4 hours. :lol:

So here goes:

MN Jeopardy 165

This "future" Hall of Fame goalie won 165 games in the first 350 NHL games he played (only 47%) tallying a .924 save percentage and 2.34 GAA in those 350 games.

Hint: He was a late round draft pick and has won 3 individual NHL trophies (each one multiple times) and been on two Stanley Cup winning teams.

Who is he?

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Hold onto your shorts HFFR.

According to HLD I believe I have 4 hours to come up with a question. :lol::lol:

I actually thought Flying Lion went to dinner before he saw my answer so I stayed in the game thread.

As we are good buddies I won't let you wait the 4 hours. :lol:

So here goes:

MN Jeopardy 165

This "future" Hall of Fame goalie won 165 games in the first 350 NHL games he played (only 47%) tallying a .924 save percentage and 2.34 GAA in those 350 games.

Hint: He was a late round draft pick and has won 3 individual NHL trophies (each one multiple times) and been on two Stanley Cup winning teams.

Who is he?

Holy crap! :o Now that's a question.

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