Saturday, February 6, 2010

The Silly Facebook Quote Game 3 - Part 2 of 4


Matthew Rozsa
For forty-six points:
About which presidential candidate was it famously declared: "We love him most of all for the enemies he has made!"
Yesterday at 2:19pm ·

Allison Rose Frederich
I'm going to guess Grover Cleveland
Yesterday at 2:24pm ·

Kirk Harlan
Damn...guessing Theodore Roosevelt. Going to check it now.
Yesterday at 2:46pm ·

Kirk Harlan
Found the quote...and I still don't know who said it.
Yesterday at 2:49pm ·

Matthew Rozsa
Colonel Edward Bragg declared this at the 1884 Democratic National Convention, which nominated for the presidency of the United States... Grover Cleveland!
Yesterday at 3:15pm ·


Matthew Rozsa
For thirty-eight-and-three-eighths of a point, tell me the origin of this quote:
"I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore!"
Yesterday at 3:16pm ·

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Eric Bilitch
that's easy. Network. Peter Finch. Boom.
Yesterday at 3:17pm ·

Megan Humphreys
The lead singer of the dixie chicks
Yesterday at 5:53pm ·


Matthew Rozsa
For sixty-four points (and I priced this quote that high because I love it so much):
"The big thing is to make this country, along with every other country in the world with a few exceptions, quit discriminating against people just because they're gay. You don't have to agree with it, but they have a constitutional right to be gay."
Yesterday at 3:23pm ·

Matthew Rozsa
To make this easier, I'll provide a hint - it comes from the mouth of a man who helped found a political movement that remains very powerful to this day.
Yesterday at 3:25pm ·

Allison Rose Frederich
Barry Goldwater
Yesterday at 3:32pm ·

Matthew Rozsa
Awesome! How did you know that?
Yesterday at 3:35pm ·

Allison Rose Frederich
Because it was in a magazine that a friend of mine gets. I'm pretty active in the gay rights effort and pretty much all around mayor of gay-ville nyc (which isn't a real place lol)
Yesterday at 3:37pm ·

Matthew Rozsa
Now that the answer to this question is known, I will admit that the other reason I allotted it '64 is because that's the year when Goldwater ran for president.
Yesterday at 3:48pm ·


Matthew Rozsa
For forty-one-and-a-half points, tell me who said:
"Pray that there's intelligent life somewhere up in space, because there's bugger all down here on Earth."
Yesterday at 3:38pm ·

Kirk Harlan
I want to say Monty Python, but I can't remember which member specifically.
Yesterday at 3:40pm ·

Matthew Rozsa
That's good enough. That line is actually the final verse in Eric Idle's famous "Galaxy Song" (from "Monty Python and the Meaning of Life").
Yesterday at 3:41pm ·


Matthew Rozsa
For thirty-one points, tell me who said:
"Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should."
Yesterday at 3:43pm ·

Kirk Harlan
I know it's from a tower-card movie. I want to say Dr. Strangelove, but it seems off.
Yesterday at 3:48pm ·

Matthew Rozsa
Sorry, but you're wrong on this one.
Yesterday at 3:48pm ·

Jon Gorga
George W. Bush?
Yesterday at 3:56pm ·

Ashley Robinson
jurassic park. dr. ian malcolm. :) gotta love that movie!
Yesterday at 3:57pm ·

Matthew Rozsa
The points go to you, Ashley Robinson.
Yesterday at 4:25pm ·


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