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a bob quiz

inspired by the immortal "Office Space"

1. 19th-century Scottish author who wrote "The Strange Case of Dr
Jekyll and Mr Hyde" and "Treasure Island".

2. American singer, born 1941, composer of "Don't Think Twice, It's
All Right" and "Masters of War".

3. American actor and director, born 1937, directed the films "A
River Runs Through It" and "Quiz Show".

4. 18th-century Scottish poet who wrote "Auld Lang Syne".

5. Younger brother of an American president, who served as attorney
general during his brother's presidency and was assassinated in
1968 by Sirhan Sirhan.

6. 19th-century English poet who wrote "The Pied Piper of Hamelin"
and "My Last Duchess".

7. American engineer, born 1934, who invented a synthesiser which
is named after him.

8. American poet (1874-1963), author of poems "Stopping by Woods
on a Snowy Evening" and "The Death of a Hired Man".

9. German composer (1810-1856) who wrote "Carnaval", "Papillons"
and the Spring Symphony.

10. British musician, born 1945, a founder member of Soft Machine,
his solo albums include "End of an Ear" and "Ruth is Stranger
than Richard".

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delascabezas
Sep. 5th, 2003 12:14 pm (UTC)
i didn't throw a softie
you were jsut superbright today - kudos on the dogsitter - i know the kennel pain, and would be in much misery myself if my parents (who live nearby) were not such avid dog-fans.

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