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Billy's On Burnet
2105 Hancock Dr
Austin, TX 78756
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM
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10:11 PM, November 19, 2014
Scores
Internet Famous (DQ) 79

Lazertits 75

Faux Sho 74

Computer Engineer Barbies 71

Flying Spaghetti Monsters 70

Sheer Shart Attack 64

Turd Ferguson 64

Frito 3.14 58

2 1/2 Women 45

OOPS 27

Butthole Dingus 16

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Quiz Schedule
QuizMaster Mondays, 8 pm, Pizza Bistro on Lake Austin Blvd Scorekeeper Saturdays, 10 pm, Opal Divine's Penn Field.
Julia (Specific Heat)

QM'd in Houston for a bit, relocated to Austin, and am now READY TO PARTY in ATX. And by party, I mean quiz. Because I'm way too lame to actually party.


But seriously I'm an awesome Quizmaster.

Hey there, quizzers!

Thank you so much for such a great night! Internet Famous had 7 people tonight and so, despite earning the most points, they were disqualified and the win went to Lazertits. Faux Sho and Computer Engineer Barbies put up quite a fight and it paid off. With gift cards.

The most interesting round tonight was a before and after round with celebrities and dog breeds. The obvious best one was Shih-TSusan B Anthony. I did also enjoy Shar-Peyton Manning, though.

I also enjoyed Round 7, in which you head a sound clip from a tv show or movie and had to name the silly super hero you could hear. You can only imagine how excited I was to find out that Captain Hammer was one of the answers.

We were once again made aware that many of you suck at geography. Yes, Malaysia contains the southernmost mainland point in Asia. Indonesia, meanwhile is all islands.

Remember, no quiz next week because Thanksgiving. So I will see you in TWO weeks. Have a great night!

Billy's On Burnet
2105 Hancock Dr
Austin, TX 78756
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM
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7:38 PM, November 12, 2014
Scores
Requiem for Two Chickens 97

Internet Famous 89

Lazertits 88

Turd Ferguson 83

Shoot for the Moon, Land on an Asteroid 82

Dudez with Attitudez 74

Berenstein Barebacks 73

They Left it Blank 72

Multiple Scoregasms 51

The Defiant Few Too Little 14

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Quiz Schedule
QuizMaster Mondays, 8 pm, Pizza Bistro on Lake Austin Blvd Scorekeeper Saturdays, 10 pm, Opal Divine's Penn Field.
Julia (Specific Heat)

QM'd in Houston for a bit, relocated to Austin, and am now READY TO PARTY in ATX. And by party, I mean quiz. Because I'm way too lame to actually party.


But seriously I'm an awesome Quizmaster.

Hey there, quizzers!

Tonight's quiz featured Trainee Shelby. Shelby did a great job with rounds 3 (name the movie given the year and opening line) and 6 (The monarchy and other ridiculous British things). She took all your pictures and bantered with you about Dirty Dancing possibly being about the onset of feminism, so obviously I liked her.

Other highlights of the night included a round in which all the answers could be spelled using letteres from "Stephen Colbert," (because you can't spell Ameica without him). We also had an extra 16 point round: in R7, we played clips of presidential and vice presidential debates, and you had to name both debaters for one point each. Everyone got the easy ones, like Biden v Palin, George W v Al Gore, and JFK v Nixon. However, even though you remembered that Dan Quayle was no Jack Kennedy, a lot of you forgot that Lloyd Bentsen was the one who pointed it out.

In Random Knowledge tonight, we learned that Dr. Suess once published some illustrated books (for adults) called "Boners" and "More Boners." That is a real thing that happened. Unfortunately for all of posterity, "Boners" in that context does not refer to a sex thing. But damn I would be interested in seeing that.

And on that note! I will see you next week.

Billy's On Burnet
2105 Hancock Dr
Austin, TX 78756
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM
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10:45 PM, November 05, 2014
Scores
Lazertits 85

Turn it Up Some 75

Satellite Tits 74

Flying Spaghetti Monsters 73

Building Team Team-Building Team 67

Internet Famous 67

Crazy Random Happenstance 65

We Won't Stand for Abbott 63

CooCooCaChoo 53

Ballot Box Blues 45

Greg Abbott would've lost a runoff 45

3 Broke Girls 30

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Quiz Schedule
QuizMaster Mondays, 8 pm, Pizza Bistro on Lake Austin Blvd Scorekeeper Saturdays, 10 pm, Opal Divine's Penn Field.
Julia (Specific Heat)

QM'd in Houston for a bit, relocated to Austin, and am now READY TO PARTY in ATX. And by party, I mean quiz. Because I'm way too lame to actually party.


But seriously I'm an awesome Quizmaster.

Hey there, quizzers!

Tonight, 12 entire teams braved the cold rain and wind and stormy grossness just to crowd inside and play quiz! Some of you were well-rewarded for your daring, as Lazertits took back their title and Turn it up some and Satellite Tits went home with second and third. I had my first serious heckler tonight as well, as some guy decided to call "bullshit" every time I announced an answer that he had gotten wrong. I gave back as good as I got, though, which he seemed to actually enjoy. So somehow I think I accidentally encouraged him...oops.

After a round about famous people before they were famous in which we learned that Posh Spice once played a roller-skating sperm on a BBC sex ed show, we had a music round in which I gave you just one drum fill to identify the song.

Round 3 was a yes or no round in which you had to tell me whether the people I listed were blood-related or not. Shame on you for not knowing that Marie Curie AND her daughter were both Nobel Laureates. Fuck the patriarchy.

The visual round tonight was an amazing bit of awesomeness in which we showed you a cover of a comic book and you had to name the character who died within its pages. It was awesome.

And in Random Knowledge tonight, we learned that there is archaeological evidence that psychedlic mushrooms were the world's first drugs (besides booze). So, important information all around.

Thanks so much for coming out tonight and braving the elements! I will see you next week, hopefully with better weather. 

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