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Tees-Exe Line wrote:Really?? I have a distinct memory of either Acadia or Mt. Desert Island getting tossed up during Fichte, and Seth Teitler looking over at me in surprise, but perhaps it was Ryan's thing and it was Marnold/Selene/Andrew. (BTW, I spent that entire tournament not knowing Andrew's name or who the hell he was. It was a little surreal.)
Brian Ulrich wrote:That said, in addition to sitting there, they also block rain and affect invasion routes.
Brian Ulrich wrote:On the mountain issue, I basically agree with Kyle, and can never get much of a mountain question going above level 3 where you need fewer clues. That said, in addition to sitting there, they also block rain and affect invasion routes.
DI SCT round 7 wrote:In this city, promotion test scores were invalided because black firefighters fared poorly, leading to the 2009 Supreme Court case ~Ricci v. DeStefano~. The trial of the mutineers aboard the ~Amistad~ was held in 1839 in this city, which was the site of Bobby Seale's 1970 trial. The (*) Bulldogs play in "The Game" for a university in this city, which serves as the setting of ~Gilmore Girls~ and ~The Skulls~. For 10 points--name this coastal Connecticut city home to Yale University.
It is sorta kinda both once Rory goes to Yale for college, as I recall. It's very misleading as stated and needs a qualifier since Stars Hollow is the primary setting for most of the series.Cheynem wrote:This is a really stupid thing to ask, but I was under the impression Gilmore Girls took place in the fictional town of Stars Hollow, not New Haven. Is that right? Sorry if this seems ridiculously nitpicky.
Cheynem wrote:This is a really stupid thing to ask, but I was under the impression Gilmore Girls took place in the fictional town of Stars Hollow, not New Haven. Is that right? Sorry if this seems ridiculously nitpicky.
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