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(Some Trivia Buff)   Play Trivial Pursuit online for free. w00t   (trivialpursuit.com) divider line 69
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2003-03-10 11:48:32 AM  
I don't get it. This online version was a snap. But when I played the board version a while back with some friends (ranging from mid 20's to early 40's), it was ridiculously difficult. We were even talking about how we must have all been asleep the last 20 years. And this is from hardcore TP people.
 
2003-03-10 12:17:22 PM  
Anyone remember the Sony Online multiplayer edition. That rocked, I wish they hadn't gotten rid of it.
 
2003-03-10 12:18:54 PM  
Another error in the 20th Edt is the Question "What was the first major video game console released in the United States which featured a Hard Drive and an ethernet connection." The Answer they give is Gamecube, when it is infact Xbox, but try telling your dad the card is wrong with a chip on the line!
 
2003-03-10 12:29:15 PM  
Wow, I hope those were the "easy, rope 'em in" questions for advertising purposes only.
 
2003-03-10 12:33:51 PM  
I have six scoring wedgies!

Uhh...?
 
2003-03-10 12:45:39 PM  
How can the smurfs be three apples high? It makes no sense.
Even if they had giant mushrooms that could house a creature as tall as three apples stacked together, this would mean that Gargamel would be 18 feet tall, as a smurf would easily fit in the palm of his hand. More like three grapes tall if you ask me.

BTW, its one of the Trivial Pursuit questions... which cartoon characters are 'Three apples high'
 
2003-03-10 12:58:16 PM  
I had one that asked what some marathon runner did with three basketballs... I typed "dribbled" and the answer was "dribbbled them" and it said "close enough"

damn computers...
 
djp
2003-03-10 01:22:16 PM  
I won!
I'ld like to thank ... me!
 
2003-03-10 01:57:23 PM  
Well, I was pissing myself whilst answering a question about some NCAA hoops winners with "Harlem Globetrotters" and telling the game that some guy "shoved the basketball up his ass" when asked what he did with a basketball whilst running a marathon. I'm so easily please.
 
2003-03-10 02:54:24 PM  
Another error in the 20th Edt is the Question "What was the first major video game console released in the United States which featured a Hard Drive and an ethernet connection." The Answer they give is Gamecube, when it is infact Xbox, but try telling your dad the card is wrong with a chip on the line!

Didn't the GameCube come out only days before the XBox? Also, and I know it doesn't relate to the question, but didn't the GameCube come out internationally well before the XBox? Maybe I'm mistaken... Anything past an hour ago is a blur...
 
2003-03-10 04:37:50 PM  
DFlor

The Gamecube may have been released first, but it doesn't have a hard drive, or an ethernet connection. It has ports for the ethernet at the bottom though.
 
2003-03-10 05:42:24 PM  
Betelgeux or anyone else with that Simpsons trivia poster....

Isn't Trederick Tatum missing from the collage of characters?
 
2003-03-10 05:46:37 PM  
Who's the idiot that thought an online trivia game would work? *cough*google*cough*
 
2003-03-10 08:38:37 PM  
I demand compensation for the use of my name in this headline
 
2003-03-10 09:00:49 PM  
AH ok game. Have the real thing already. One thing I don't like about this is you always land on pie. But I enjoyed it.
 
2003-03-10 10:00:12 PM  
My guy friends would be more than happy to always land on pie.
 
2003-03-10 10:01:32 PM  
Wow, I'm rolling 7 every single time. Amazing.
 
2003-03-11 02:59:36 AM  
Actually, you're rolling six. That's the distance b/w wedges. No D&D die allowed...
 
2003-03-11 08:54:48 AM  
guess what, they use the same questions over and over and over and over...
 
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