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May 22, 2008

Keeping Up With Jones

Filed under: Entertainment,Movies,trivia — CPav @ 6:37 am
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Yeah, I know, I didn’t get the posts up I expected to last weekend; Sunday (and the days that followed) turned out to be even busier than I expected. In the meantime, to celebrate the return of Indiana Jones, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has an interactive Indy quiz.

Take it here.

The 300 Project: 24/99


April 9, 2008

Trivia Night

Filed under: General — CPav @ 9:31 pm
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A quick advertisement for those readers in and around St. Louis, MO:  Mrs. PavCo Multimedia is spearheading a group called The Friends of Ellisville, which has as its sole purpose the planning and execution of a Trivia Night here in Ellisville, MO.  All profit from said Trivia Night will go to trust funds established for the families of those murdered in the City Hall shootings in Kirkwood, MO, and to Backstoppers, Inc., a local group which provides support and financial assistance to first responders who die in the line of duty.

We’re still looking for participants, as well as sponsors to donate goods and services for use as door prizes and silent auction items.

The details of the night are as follows:


Saturday, April 26, 2008
St. John’s Lutheran Church
15800 Manchester Road
Ellisville, MO 63011

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Trivia starts at 7:00 p.m.

$15/person or $120/table

Door Prizes/50/50 raffle
Ellisville Mayor Matt Pirrello will be the emcee for the evening

for further information, please e-mail

The 300 Project: 3/63

February 2, 2008

Daily Trivia

Filed under: General — CPav @ 11:57 pm
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As some of you know, I’m something of a trivia junkie. In fact, we won a trivia contest tonight, against 72 other teams.

As with anything, the best way to keep your mind sharp is to use it, and one way I’ve found that’s fun is a daily trivia question. Or questions. I have two page-a-day calendars on my desk, one with Trivial Pursuit Pop Culture questions, and one with St. Louis Cardinals trivia. And I get a number of daily trivia e-mails. Here are a few of the best:

Daily Fun Trivia offers 10 questions daily, that you click and answer. It records your answers using your e-mail address, and shows you what all the people in your group scored on the previous day. To join our group, just follow this link:

American Mensa has a challenging daily e-mail. Each day they send you a question, along with the answer to the previous day’s question. Don’t be put off by the Mensa name; the questions are wide-ranging and of various skill levels. Subscribe via this link., the folks that bring you the SAT test, among others, also offer a daily e-mail, with a multiple choice question that you can click on right in your e-mail, and it will take you to the answer.

The 300 Project: 2/25

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