Then again you might. I knew at least 12 of them and I’m no expert on The Shinning.
Everyone knows the story of The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
Well, let me rephrase that. Everybody thinks they know the story of The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
You’d be surprised at how many people think the gunfight really took place at the O.K. Corral. [As an interesting side note, had the Cowboys stayed at the O.K. Corral, they wouldn't have broken any city laws by wearing their guns, which of course was the "reason" for the confrontation between the Earps, Doc Holiday and the Cowboys.]
I figured I would do pretty well, but wasn’t sure I’d ace the quiz. I did though, scoring 10 out of 10. perhaps there is hope for me yet.
I got Fred Mertz which didn’t surprise me one bit.
How many gangs were featured in Walter Hill’s cult classic The Warriors?
There were, of course, the Warriors.
Everybody remembers the Baseball Furies.
The gang that called all gangs for a meet were the Gramercy Riffs.
Then there was the scary gang that rode [inside and outside] the school bus — the Turnbull AC’s.
The all girl gang was the Lizzies.
The gang that almost let the Warriors pass through their territory was the Orphans (so low on the gang food chain they weren’t even invited to the gathering).
The gang that set all other gangs on the Warriors were the Rouges.
There was a gang that dressed flashy and were only seen at the start and they were called the Boppers.
So I got 8. Did you do better?
There were actually 21 street gangs featured in The Warriors and Mental Floss counts them down for us!
As you can see I got Professor X. Perhaps from now on you should refer to me as Professor Z.
Listverse recently posted 10 Ancient Murder Mysteries that We’ll Never Solve.
The article is interesting reading for the not-faint-of-heart since it contains cannibalism, “ritual killings, revenge, rival culling, and genocide.” It is amazing how scientists can piece together so much information about events that happened so long ago.
I ended up as The Kiss because I am a true romantic.
The maniacal laughter you’re hearing is my wife upon reading the sentence above.
Let’s be honest.
When I took the Which X-Men Character Are You? quiz I was hoping for Wolverine. Wolverine is cool. He’s a loner. He is loyal to friends and can handle himself in any situation. Who wouldn’t want to be Wolverine?
I got Beast.
After reading the characteristic’s of the Beast, I’d like to think that they got it right. I’m not Wolverine.
I’m the Beast.
That’s how many things I believed were true out of the 32 Things You Always Believed That Simply Aren’t True.
Eleven not’s bad. Zero would have been better.
Today’s question is… Which Circle of Hell Will You Go To?
How about that? Level One. Limbo.
That’s probably not so bad. I think I visited there once when I had to get my driver’s license renewed.
Today’s question is… Which ‘Seinfeld’ Character Are You?
I’m a huge Seinfeld fan. Huge, Jerry, huge!
Of all the quizzes I’ve taken lately, I think this one is the most off base. I don’t think I’m well traveled and definitely not cultured.
With that said, I’d rather be Peterman than Newman. Or George. Or Kramer… or…
Today’s question is… Where Should Your Next Vacation Be?
The best answer would have been Charlotte for a Heroes Convention.
Still, an all-inclusive resort isn’t a bad second choice.