Erland Sommarskog <email@example.com>: Mar 23 12:53PM
>>> 4. In which book of the Bible are the Ten Commandments recorded?
>> 2nd Book of Mooses
> Just what the Bible needs, more mooses.
More? Is there any of them at this point? I know that there are camels, but mooses?
(I will have to say that was one of my better typos.)
-- Erland Sommarskog, Stockholm, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gareth Owen <email@example.com>: Mar 23 08:13PM
> More? Is there any of them at this point? I know that there are camels, but > mooses?
> (I will have to say that was one of my better typos.)
I just assumed you had a copy of the Good Gnus Bible
Jason Kreitzer <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Mar 23 06:52PM -0700
On Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 3:42:53 AM UTC-4, Mark Brader wrote: > statue to him in Riverdale Park. Who was he?
> 3. In what year, exactly, was the People's Republic of China > declared? 1949 > 4. Mao's cult of personality was advanced via one of the most widely > distributed books in history, "The Quotations of Chairman Mao". > By what nickname is this book informally known? "The Little Red Book" > it was originally published in the UK under the title "Ten > Little Niggers". Name either of the two titles used for most > US editions of it. "Ten Little Indians" > 3. The first film version of "The Ten Commandments" was a 1923 > silent. Name the director. Cecil DeMille > 4. In which book of the Bible are the Ten Commandments recorded? "Exodus" > in the 14th century, 10 young Florentines amuse themselves > during an epidemic of the plague by each telling a story a day > over the course of 10 days. Name the work. "The Decameron" > 8. This Italian director of the 1970s made a film of <answer 7>, > a companion piece to his movie versions of the "Canterbury Tales" > and the "Arabian Nights". Who? Pier Paolo Pasolini