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Post by witchfinder Tue Oct 11, 2011 9:21 pm

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This extremely difficult quiz question is possible to answer using the internet, lets see who gets the correct answer first.

What is the name of the cottage next door to The Crown & Anchor pub, near Kilnsea, East Yorkshire. ?
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Post by Phil Hornby Thu Jul 09, 2015 9:27 am

Given the date of death, I would have gone for Antony Crosland, although without that clue I would have been looking at Michael Foot or Tony Benn...

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Post by Ivan Thu Jul 09, 2015 1:16 pm

Yes, ‘The Future of Socialism’ by Charles Anthony Raven Crosland – though he didn’t allow for Friedman and Thatcher in his vision.  Mad

Try this one….. novel and author?

My presentiments of my father’s plan were surpassed by the actuality. As the guests assembled in the room which my father, without self-consciousness, called ‘the Gallery’, it was plain to me that they had been carefully chosen for my discomfort.

The ‘young people’ were Miss Gloria, a student of the cello; her fiancé, a bald young man .from the British Museum; and a monoglot Munich publisher. I saw my father snuffling at me from behind a case of ceramics as he stood with them. That evening he wore, like a chivalric badge of battle, a small red rose in his button-hole.  

Dinner was long and chosen, like the guests, in a spirit of careful mockery. It was not of Aunt Philippa’s choosing, but had been reconstructed from a much earlier period, long before he was of an age to dine downstairs. The dishes were ornamental in appearance and regularly alternated in colour between red and white. They and the wine were equally tasteless. After dinner my father led the German publisher to the piano and then, while he played, left the drawing-room to show Sir Cuthbert the Etruscan bull in the gallery.

It was a gruesome evening, and I was astonished to find, when at last the party broke up, that it was only a few minutes after eleven
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Post by Phil Hornby Thu Jul 09, 2015 1:26 pm

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" It's an act of Waugh..."
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Post by oftenwrong Thu Jul 09, 2015 5:29 pm

I have to confess that went right over my head. "The Future of Socialism"? I didn't know it had one !! Boom, boom! The only thing I know about Crosland is that he had an affair at University with Woy Jenkins, and once you've got a savoury-snippet like that in the memory-banks it tends to over-write much else on the subject. (Excuses, excuses)
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Post by oftenwrong Wed Jul 15, 2015 10:49 pm

Extremely Difficult only because of its brevity, this extract from a novel published in the 1930s has a strikingly contemporary feel.

Who wrote the well-known book, please?

"One sometimes gets the impression that the mere words ‘Socialism’ and ‘Communism’ draw towards them with magnetic force every fruit-juice drinker, nudist, sandal-wearer, sex-maniac, Quaker, ‘Nature Cure’ quack, pacifist, and feminist in England.”
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Post by Foxcliffe Mon Aug 03, 2015 11:28 am

Haven't we already done Orwell Wink
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Post by Ivan Mon Aug 03, 2015 1:52 pm

Yes, and it was 'Wigan Pier', but it was a long time ago (2 Feb 2012).   elephant

Who wrote this?

In November 2012, I appeared on BBC 1’s ‘Question Time’ with Duncan Smith and raised the failures of ATOS, asking him to remember Brian McArdle’s name if nothing else. The secretary of state exploded in a fit of rage, wagging his finger in my direction as he snarled: “We’ve heard a lot from you”.
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Post by Phil Hornby Mon Aug 03, 2015 3:18 pm

I had wondered if it was a woman in a hijab( whose name I can't recall now) who took issue with the evil IDS as he sat to her left on Question Time, but I think that was more recent than 2012 and I suspect I am wide of the mark...
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Post by Ivan Mon Aug 03, 2015 3:39 pm

You're thinking of the very impressive Salma Yaqoob, who put Duncan Smith in his place during another edition of the show in June 2014. Her words are displayed on this page:-

https://cuttingedge2.forumotion.co.uk/t814p280-iain-duncan-smith

No doubt the sage will know the answer, as always.... Idea
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Post by Foxcliffe Mon Aug 03, 2015 4:32 pm

Ivan wrote:Yes...... but it was a long time ago
Ahh, that is what you get for reading from the beginning all in one go doh

So let me try posing a question akin to the original just to make up for it....

Where and what is the Glaid Stone?
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Post by Ivan Mon Aug 03, 2015 4:46 pm

That's too easy - I've just looked it up on Google! Sad

The dilemma is to pose a question which can't be answered in that way, but isn't too obscure as to make it impossible. That's why lots of quotations have been used on this thread, but invariably as soon as a clue or two is given, our resident sage gets the answer..... Mad
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Post by Phil Hornby Mon Aug 03, 2015 5:47 pm

I know who it is now - but I shan't spoil the Sage's moment...! cheers
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Post by oftenwrong Mon Aug 03, 2015 5:58 pm

Thank you Phil, but no need for modesty, as it's not that long ago as to make me the only one old enough to remember. Anyway, my first thought was of Salma Yaqoob too.

But Owen Jones can even be viewed on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ec3wJlHtVMM
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Post by Ivan Mon Aug 03, 2015 11:06 pm

Who wrote this, and to whom was he talking?  scratch

I told Bonar that…. I had been to a Mozart concert and the music was wonderful. Bonar casually and languidly remarked: “I don’t care for music”. As we motored along, there was the Mediterranean blue sea on one side and the rolling snow-capped Alpes Maritimes on the other. This inspired me to exclaim: “Look, Bonar, what a wonderful scene that is”. “I don’t care for scenery”, remarked Bonar.

Presently we came to a bridge…. I said to Bonar: “Look, Bonar, aren’t those handsome women?” “I don’t care for women”, remarked Bonar very drily. “Then what the hell do you care for?”, I asked. Then in his very soft voice and quieter still Bonar replied: “I like bridge”.
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Post by oftenwrong Tue Aug 04, 2015 9:10 pm

Actually, I don't think my father DID know the writer. (Despite that absurd song). Also, who can remember someone who was only Prime Minister for such a short time anyway?

Phil?
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Post by Phil Hornby Tue Aug 04, 2015 9:33 pm

DLG was succeeded by Andrew Bonar Law, as I recall from my quite limited knowledge of politics and PMs...
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Post by oftenwrong Tue Aug 04, 2015 10:56 pm

What goes around, comes around ...

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"They (the Tories) hurriedly selected candidates, grabbed a handful of key words from “Attacking Labour for Dummies” and rushed a selection of posters to the printers with the instruction “Anything with words ‘tax’, ‘socialism’, ‘debt’ and ‘spending’ is fine”.

http://labour-uncut.co.uk/tag/andrew-bonar-law/
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Post by oftenwrong Thu Aug 06, 2015 9:55 am

Where am I ?

I arrived here via a branchline railway, closed by Doctor Beeching in 1961, but restored by local steam-engine enthusiasts. The word "historic" is sometimes over-used, but it is the only way to describe this place, whose character has been predicated upon the geology of its bedrock, created a hundred million years ago in the Cretaceous and Jurassic age.

Its landmark building, visible from miles around, however was begun following the Norman Conquest a mere thousand years ago, the material for which is the same type of stone which Christopher Wren used to rebuild London after the Great Fire of 1666 and which was also decoratively employed by Thomas Cubitt in the construction of many classic London buildings during the early 19th. C. including Bloomsbury, Belgravia, Eaton Square and Buckingham Palace, as well as in the Thames Embankment.

Nowadays the main income is from Tourism, but an important resource is nearby drilling for oil.

So, where am I, please ?


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Post by Phil Hornby Thu Aug 06, 2015 11:01 am

Are we talking Settle & Carlisle and the magnificent Ribblehead Viaduct here...?
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Post by oftenwrong Thu Aug 06, 2015 5:46 pm

I'm always happy to talk about the memorable Settle-to-Carlisle railway with its magnificent Ribblehead viaduct constructed across a bog at the cost of many working mens' lives.  Not even Michael Portillo was able to trivialise that achievement in his BBC TV series.

But you wouldn't find much limestone thereabouts, I suspect.


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Post by Phil Hornby Thu Aug 06, 2015 6:18 pm

Oh , Mr Porter - what shall I do...?

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Post by Phil Hornby Thu Aug 06, 2015 6:36 pm

How about the Royal Albert Bridge, at Saltash, on the Great Western main line to Penzance from Paddington..?
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Post by oftenwrong Thu Aug 06, 2015 10:33 pm

If dear old Humph were still with us he might say, "No points so far, but remember Points mean Prizes!"

"What do points mean?"....
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Post by Phil Hornby Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:16 am

"No points so far..."



Or, put another way : Hornby should avoid anything which is headed ' 'Extremely difficult...' Embarassed
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Post by oftenwrong Fri Aug 07, 2015 11:42 am

Here then is a picture:

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What do you mean, not much help? It's a very artistic and atmospheric depiction of an unmistakeable landmark.

Clues follow:- The name of the place consists of two words, the first being the unique local name and the second is in any English dictionary, with a description something like heavily-fortified dwelling-place.

The dominant feature was built for Henry 1, son of William the Conk., standing 21 metres tall upon a mound already 55 metres high. Unfortunately things got very bad in the 17th. C when they supported King Charles I (Cavaliers) against Oliver Cromwell (Roundheads). Big mistake, and the impressive structure which had given its name to the village at its foot has been a ruin ever since. It was given to The National Trust in 1982.

The nearby oil drilling is believed to be Britain's largest onshore field.



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Post by Phil Hornby Fri Aug 07, 2015 12:15 pm

I didn't read the original question properly - and it now looks like Corfe Castle! If it is , I should know - I was there in Corfe a month or two ago and strolled around the ruin and, as always, admired the preserved railway...
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Post by oftenwrong Sat Aug 08, 2015 12:40 pm

Ooooh, so CLOSE, Mr Pottage.

Unfortunately the panel of judges had already received a postcard from a Mrs Trellis of North Wales insisting that the clues provided match precisely the description of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch.

Accordingly the Chilcot Enquiry may have to be asked to adjudicate on the matter. Their report should be expected well before the next Ice Age.

Please stay tuned for the exciting results.

Any other disappointed contestants just "pipped at the post" may wish to try the tiebreaker question:

How do you think those thousands of tons of Purbeck stone were carried to London, more than a hundred miles away to rebuild St.Pauls Cathedral etc., in the days before Railways were invented?

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Post by Phil Hornby Sat Aug 08, 2015 1:00 pm

Damn that Mrs Trellis - but I won't take a fence at her success...

Hmmmm- transport without railways and also before the appearance of Sid Cartitt , Hauliers of Pease Pottage ( 'distance no object so long as it's in Sussex and service with a smile and a speedy invoice')?

Doesn't it have to be by sea and river on barges or similar?
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Post by oftenwrong Sat Aug 08, 2015 7:20 pm

Avast there! Shiver me timbers if you're not absolutely correct there Cap'n.

The oolitic limestone of Portland and Purbeck is part of the Jurassic Coast, conveniently located at the seaside, hence the name. Horse-drawn dray traffic would have taken care of the first few miles from the quarries to Swanage (or, err, Portland in the case of Portland stone) where it was loaded onto sailing ships to ply the English Channel around Kent and thence up the River Thames. The ships returned in ballast, which explains why even today the Swanage
sea-wall is fenced with antique cannon that previously lined the London Embankment.
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Post by Macbeth Sun Aug 09, 2015 11:25 pm

Yep...looks like Corfe Castle....
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Post by oftenwrong Mon Aug 10, 2015 10:18 am

Thank you, Mr/Mrs/Ms Scottish Play.  Unsurprisingly, time has not been kind to Corfe Castle.  A watercolour of JMW Turner dated 1790 shows that about twice as much of it was then visible in contrast to what remains today.  In the mid-20th.C. a renovation project had to remove quite a lot of its stonework that had been defying gravity with dwindling success.

But still worth a visit.

http://www.tate.org.uk/art/images/work/T/TW0/TW0538_9.jpg
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Post by Macbeth Mon Aug 10, 2015 10:57 pm

witchfinder wrote:This extremely difficult quiz question is possible to answer using the internet, lets see who gets the correct answer first.

What is the name of the cottage next door to The Crown & Anchor pub, near Kilnsea, East Yorkshire. ?


" Sunrise Cottage " I do believe.....



Next......?



Oh, and for your convenience, I do answer to Mac.....




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Post by Ivan Tue Aug 11, 2015 12:06 am

Hello Mac, good to see you here again.

That question was answered on page 1 of this thread on 11 October 2011..... and it was Diamond Cottage. (The first message of a thread appears on every subsequent page.) Shocked
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Post by Macbeth Tue Aug 11, 2015 5:53 pm

Last time I looked it was and still IS Sunrise Cottage......( scratches chin ) mmmmmmmm......

Oh, and thankyou for your welcome !
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Who is pictured in this advertisement for a men's hair grooming product -and of what landmark was he the subject?
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Post by oftenwrong Tue Aug 11, 2015 10:50 pm

I can remember Dennis Compton, the cricketer, being one of the first "Brylcreem Boys", but who the H*** is Johnny Haynes?

Gissaclue, Phil.
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Post by Phil Hornby Wed Aug 12, 2015 7:31 am

The late Johnny Haynes - the former Fulham and England footballer ( and captain) who was the subject of a particular landmark - but remind us what it was.

He was also a more than useful amateur cricketer - but not in the same league as Denis Compton.

Both had neatly combed hair, though....

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Post by Ivan Wed Aug 12, 2015 8:44 am

Hmm... landmark, eh? Several possibilities....  scratch

- First person with any talent to play for Fulham?

- First England captain to play for a second division side?

- First footballer to get paid £100 a week after Jimmy 'McCluskey' Hill fought for, and secured, the abolition of the maximum wage of £20?
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Post by Phil Hornby Wed Aug 12, 2015 9:16 am

Where there is soccer there is cynicism!

My particular thought was the matter of the £100 pw that Tommy Trinder, the comedian and Fulham chairman at the time ( no comments about the juxtaposition , please!), agreed to pay Haynes too keep him at the club rather than see him join the mini-exodus of top British players to Italy at the beginning of the 1960s.

Haynes captained his country to a famous win against Scotland in 1961. With the aid of memory alone -who was the Scottish goalkeeper on that occasion who conceded nine goals in his team's heavy defeat?
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Post by oftenwrong Wed Aug 12, 2015 10:59 am

I'm out of my league on footballism. I'd better sit this one out on the bench.

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Post by Phil Hornby Wed Aug 12, 2015 12:38 pm

That's a pity, since the prize for success was to become the next Chelsea FC Club doctor... Smile

( But no prizes for me, having inadvertently added an extra 'o' to the infinitive in my last post) Embarassed
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