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Re: New England Trivia Contest #111574 07/22/02 05:51 PM
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The first ones served publicly were served in New Haven, Connecticut....I think.

Kitty

PS Sorry I missed out on the "HILL" question!


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Re: New England Trivia Contest #111575 07/22/02 10:30 PM
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Well, Kitty got the answer to the hamburger question. That's right the first hamburger was publicly served in Connecticut.

Current Score:

Kitty 3
Chris 2

I'll post another question tomorrow <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

Re: New England Trivia Contest #111576 07/23/02 01:03 AM
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Jeanne ..
too funny about the Town named "Hill" ... I thought NE had some strange names for towns but I think NC has NE beat. We have "Bat Cave", "Mtn Home", "Zirconia", "Saphire", "Travelers Rest, SC" and "Suit" to name a few. Counties, Cities and Towns are organized quite differently here as well.

Re: New England Trivia Contest #111577 07/23/02 02:54 AM
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There's one in Vermont (think it's in Vermont) called 'Hell Hollow' hehehe - talk about strange names. There's another one in New Hampshire - 'Gonic' rhymes with Tonic. All kinds of funny names here. Then there are the ones you can't pronounce - well the non-natives can't pronounce them... Worcestor, Leominster, Gloucestor...

Re: New England Trivia Contest #111578 07/23/02 04:29 AM
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I can pronounce them <G> ....

I am constantly being chided for my Boston accent here in the south but what is funny is when I say something and they completely misunderstand because of the accent. For example: I asked my class participants to press CTRL + END and what they understand me to say is CTRL + N ... of course that does something entirely different. Of course, I don't think I have an accent ... but rather, they do <G> It took me nearly a year to understand (and I sometimes still don't) what they are saying to me.

Re: New England Trivia Contest #111579 07/23/02 01:10 PM
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Here is today's trivia question:

Which New England company makes those candy conversation hearts?

Re: New England Trivia Contest #111580 07/23/02 06:20 PM
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New England Candy Company (NECCO) of Cambridge, Massachusetts?


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Re: New England Trivia Contest #111581 07/24/02 03:20 AM
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I knew that but I just got home and Kitty beat me to it. <img src="/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />

Re: New England Trivia Contest #111582 07/24/02 05:36 AM
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Sure, sure, Chris....uh huh. (just kidding)! <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" /> This is fun!! But I do have an advantage as I work from home!

Kitty


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Re: New England Trivia Contest #111583 07/24/02 02:40 PM
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Quote:
Originally posted by Prime Time Kitty:
[qb]New England Candy Company (NECCO) of Cambridge, Massachusetts?[/qb]
That's right Kitty!

Here's the updated score:

Kitty 4
Chris 2

I'll be posting a trivia question sometime today... <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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