Daniel Esch (San Bruno, CA): Editor/writer
Natasha Baker-Bradley (MIA): Appellate attorney
CHAMP: Lisa Evans
LANGUAGES OF EUROPE
QUESTIONING MOVIE TITLES
A CHEESY CATEGORY
RECENT HISTORY & BIOGRAPHY
To conclude Gun Talk, Lisa takes out the DD & leads early w/ $3200 over Natasha’s $1400 & Daniel’s g-spot. The new champiene wagers twelve Benjamins.
Today meaning a short-lived success, it refers to a misfire in a flintlock’s powder.
“What is flash in a pan?”…I hope she won’t be a one-or-done titleholder. They don’t get to the $1K Language of Europe in the nick of time.
Lisa: $5K/Natasha: $1,600/Daniel: $1,800
ATTEMPTED LT: $1800
Lisa: $5,400/Natasha: $2,800/Daniel: $3,600
THE YOUNG POPE
DISEASES NAMED AFTER PEOPLE
Natasha finds a DD by going to the $1600 “W” & her $5200 is three grand behind Lisa. She’ll try for a $500 lead on this:
The part of a vessel shown, or the area of a strike zone where a batter hits the ball best.
Natasha whiffs on the wheelhouse. Another $1600 spot, though, means DD #2 for her under Diseases Named After People & she leans on $3700, $1700 behind Lisa now in 2nd place & $4300 off of new leader Daniel. The female challenger’s next answer is for $2.5K.
In Wilson’s Disease, this metallic element collects in tissues & can be detected by a brownish ring around the cornea.
“What is Mercury?”…incorrect once more- copper. This time, they just miss out on wiping the board clean w/ High Tex. being left behind.
Lisa: $15,800/Natasha: $2,800/Daniel: $14K
FJ! #204: EUROPE 1962
Rudolf Abel & this American are most assoc. w/ Germany’s Glienicke Bridge on Feb. 10, 1962.
NATASHA: “Who is JFK?” ($1K) = $1,800
DANIEL: NO ONE ($13,900) = $100
LISA: “Who was Francis Gary Powers?” = $28,001 $62,402