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” Arpan: “Damned worthless third years. Where’s Datta?” 1)This very famous song originally had a third verse, dubbed the “Pakistani” verse, intended as racist social commentary, and the lyrics are on display at the Hard Rock Café, San Francisco – "Meanwhile back at home too many Pakistanis, Living in a council flat Candidate Macmillan, tell us what your plan is, Won't you tell us where you're at" The album version of the song famously ends with the quote "I'd like to say thank you on behalf of the group and ourselves, and I hope we passed the audition". Which legendary song? 2)Connect – Garfield + A Rolling Stones’ song + The Addams Family + The Wall Street Crash of 1929 + Radiohead + A famous sketch comedy show + a 2008 Bollywood film featuring Ajay Devgan. 3)X was “indirectly” () responsible for founding the cities of Venice and Udine. Pope Leo I came to meet X at Mantua. What the pope said to X still remains a mystery, but X immediately left Italy, never to come back. There’s a famous painting by Raphael depicting this meeting. Just gimme X. 4)I saw the best minds of my occupation destroyed by venture capital, burned-out, paranoid, postal, dragging themselves through the Cappuccino streets of Palo Alto at Dawn looking for an equity sharing, stock option fix, So begins a Silicon Valley themed parody of…? 5)Connect – The capital city of Kazakhstan + a world famous cooperative banking institution + The Belgian lottery + the world’s largest GPS receiver manufacturers + HTC Dream Smart-phone + The Computer Sciences Corporation (an IT services company). Stumped? OK. Also connect with a TV channel dealing with science and tech. 6)Five requirements for something – Candidate must be dead or rendered sterile && Candidate's foolishness must be unique and sensational && Candidate must be the cause of his/her own demise && Candidate must be of sound judgment && Event must be verified WTF is this? 7)This 2007 film features several cameos by real-life sport stars, such as Michael Schumacher, Jean Todt, Zinedine Zidane, Tony Parker, and Amélie Mauresmo. Jean-Claude Van Damme was also in line for a role. The movie, budgeted at €78 million makes it one of the most expensive European films ever. (Un)fortunately, it was a massive flop. 8)X’s prowess as a computer programmer is legendary. He was largely responsible for authoring Berkeley UNIX, and according to legend, coded ‘vi’ editor in a weekend. During the early 1980s DARPA had contracted the company Bolt, Beranek and Newman (BBN) to add TCP/IP to Berkeley UNIX … “but their stuff didn't work, and X's grad student stuff worked. So they had this big meeting and this grad student in a T-shirt shows up, and they said, 'How did you do this?' And X said, 'It's very simple — you read the protocol and write the code.”
9)_____ are usually classified under these categories – Lookalikes, Soundalikes, Combination, Professional, Comedy, Fat, Greek, Italian, Jewish. The estimated _____ worldwide count in 2000 was 85,000. And at the current rate of growth, will account for a third of the world’s population by 2019. 10) The original Italian name was Giu La Testa, translated into English as “Duck You Sucker”. Another title of this movie starring James Coburn and Rod Steiger was Once Upon A Time... The Revolution. The more popular title of this movie is a throwback to one of the director's more sucessful Westerns. Centered around the Mexican revolution, it is believed to be the director's more underrated movie. Name the director and the more popular title of this movie. 11) __________________ states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type a given text, such as the complete works of William Shakespeare. In this context, "almost surely" is a mathematical term with a precise meaning, and the "monkey" is not an actual monkey; rather, it is a metaphor for an abstract device that produces a random sequence of letters ad infinitum. The theorem illustrates the perils of reasoning about infinity by imagining a vast but finite number, and vice versa. The probability of a monkey typing a given string of text as long as, say, Hamlet, is so tiny that, were the experiment conducted, the chance of it actually occurring during a span of time of the order of the age of the universe is minuscule but not zero. 12) The famous maxim that "You can't make a silk purse from a ___'s ear" dates back at least to the mid-16th century. Other old sayings play on the ludicrousness of a ___ getting dressed up. "A ___ in armour is still but a ___" was recorded in 1732 by British physician Thomas Fuller. As Francis Grose later explained in A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (1796), a "___ in armour" alludes to "an awkward or mean looking man or woman, finely dressed." Charles H. Spurgeon noted another variation in his 1887 compendium of proverbs, The Salt-Cellars: "A ___ in a silk waistcoat is still a ___," meaning, "Circumstances do not alter a man's nature, nor even his manners." But the exact wording of "____________" doesn't show up until much later. In 1985, the Washington Post quoted a San Francisco radio host on plans for renovating Candlestick Park (instead of building a new downtown stadium for the Giants).Which oddly famous phrase is referred to? 13) The following is a report in a section of the media on Jan. 29th,2008: The X management has seen sense in the argument and consulted religious canons dealing with the question. “X has consulted a Vaastu expert who has suggested a change in the Y’s direction,” an exchange official told ET. X has also applied to civic authorities for permission to relocate the idol and the municipal corporation has said it has no objection to it, official sources said. The Vaastu expert is understood to have advised the exchange that the Y has to be located in the South West, facing northwards. “Any other position would invite trouble,” insiders quote him as saying. Identify X,Y Why this sudden need for change? . 14) Cliff Robertson won an Academy Award for Best Actor in the 1968 movie Charly as a mentally retarded baker. He is famous for a cameo in a recent superhero movie series, and one of his quotes in the movie has become very famous. Name the movie,the character he played, and the famous quote. 15) The X particle: If the Universe Is the Answer, What is the Question? is a 1993 popular science book by Nobel Prize-winning physicist Leon M. Lederman and science writer Dick Teresi. It is a direct reference to physicist Peter Y and others, although Y has stated that Lederman originally wished to label this particle as "the Z particle". Identify X,Y,Z. 16) An Uncyclopedia article says: “Not much about X's early life is known except was has been passed down in folk-song by the Eskimos for generations. According to legend, X was born in a far-away and distant southern land known as "Idaho". Her mother, in labor on the way to the hospital, gave birth to
her daughter in a roadside patch of Syringas which is now the Idaho state flower. Little baby X was in fact the second baby to deliver herself from the womb after Chuck Norris. She then chewed through her own umbilical cord, tied it, and began a crawling trek north. Passing through the border of Canada and through the great tundra, she befriended a moose by the name of "He-With-Big-Antlers".” X? 17) The first ad in X's campaign - which shows Y and X’s founder Z awkwardly meeting in a discount shoe shop - was panned by critics for being too obtuse and not funny enough. Some called it the worst TV ad ever. The second group of ads was more warmly received and shows Y and Z trying to "reconnect with real people" by moving in with a "normal" family. It features Z doing the robot dance and reading bedtime stories while Y becomes embroiled in family politics. The latest ads in the campaign, which have just begun to air in the US, shift the focus towards X’s major product. They use the tag line "_______. Life without walls" and feature Z in a cameo role, as well as appearances by Eva Longoria, Pharrell Williams and Deepak Chopra. ID X,Y,Z. 18) "When I was driving back from Jaipur there was a truck in front of our car. At the back of the truck were the words, ________. I absolutely loved the phrase and it went well with the theme. I rang Vipul immediately and told him that I'd found him a brilliant title!" Who about what?
My answers in order of questions– The Beatles’ – ‘Get Back’. Every single thing about the recording and writing of Get Back has been documented in the film ‘Let It Be’. Days of the Week --Garfield hates MONDAYS Ruby TUESDAY by the Rolling Stones WEDNESDAY Addams Black THURSDAY, the onset of the Great Depression Radiohead’s original name was ‘On A FRIDAY’ SATURDAY Night Live! SUNDAY… Attila the Hun – When he destroyed the town of Aquileia, leaving not a trace behind, the fleeing residents moved to the modern day location of VENICE. The fucker also built a castle on a nearby hill to watch the destruction, the town of UDINE is found there today.
The epic poem ‘Howl’ by Beat Writer Allen Ginsberg. The parody is called Howl.com, subtitled ‘With Apologies to Allen Ginsberg’ Professional Cycling Teams Team Astana, Team Rabobank, (Predictor-)Lotto, Team Garmin(-Chipotle), T-Mobile team, Team CSC (current no.1 team) The clue was Discovery Channel Pro Cycling Team, Lance Armstrong’s team. Qualification Criteria for the Darwin Awards Honoring the People who advance the human genome by their bizarre deaths. Asterix at the Olympic Games Featuring Gerard Depardieu as Obelix… Bill Joy UNIX god, and Co-Founder of Sun Microsystems. Elvii The Plural form of Elvis, in turn a short form for Elvis Impersonators 10) Sergio Leone, Fistful of Dynamite 11) Infinite Monkey Theorem 12) Lipstick on a Pig 13) X:BSE, Y:Bull sculpture outside BSE, Cause:Stock Markets crashing 14) Spiderman, Uncle Ben, With great powers come great responsibilities 15) X: God Particle, Y:Higgs, Z:Goddamn particle 16) X: Sarah Palin 17) X: Microsoft, Y: Seinfeld, Z: Gates 18) Akshay Kumar, Singh is Kingg
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