Lemme tickle allyuh brain

Originally Posted by Mars:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

Next one.

Look at these clues: France/ convicted killer/ butterfly tattoo/ Devil's Island/ fugitive/ Georgetown Guyana.

What is the title of the book that contains the above clues and what is the name of its author?

Papillon by Henri Charrière.

Correct.

You get first prize.

Anjali gets second prize.

Congrats to you both!!

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00596/news-graphics-2005-_596650a.jpg

That's all for today.

Originally Posted by warrior:
Originally Posted by Django:

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the fact is papillon was not in GT but another  part of guyana sorry goggle cannot give you the answer name the part of guyana he was in 

Warria, Papillon lived briefly [tek up] with an Indian girl who was selling greens at La Penitence Market. By 1972 that girl had turned a big woman and she gave an interview to my friend John Agard for an article in the papers.

Originally Posted by warrior:
Originally Posted by Django:

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the fact is papillon was not in GT but another  part of guyana sorry goggle cannot give you the answer name the part of guyana he was in 

Warria, after GT Papillon travelled on the North-West District ferry to what is now Region 1. Maybe, he stayed awhile in Matthew's Ridge or Mabaruma but I look forward to your answer.

In Georgetown there is a north-south street that links Croal Street and Brickdam. That street was named for a founder of a local insurance company.

[1] What is the name of that street?

[2] What is the name of the insurance company?

[3] What is the name of the person connected to the street & insurance company?

[4] In what year was that insurance company established?

I shall respond to 4 correct answers only.

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

In Georgetown there is a north-south street that links Croal Street and Brickdam. That street was named for a founder of a local insurance company.

[1] What is the name of that street?

[2] What is the name of the insurance company?

[3] What is the name of the person connected to the street & insurance company?

[4] In what year was that insurance company established?

I shall respond to 4 correct answers only.

Good morning

 

Manget Place

Hand in Hand

Dr. Etienne Manget

1865

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

In Georgetown there is a north-south street that links Croal Street and Brickdam. That street was named for a founder of a local insurance company.

[1] What is the name of that street?

[2] What is the name of the insurance company?

[3] What is the name of the person connected to the street & insurance company?

[4] In what year was that insurance company established?

I shall respond to 4 correct answers only.

Winter Place

Hand in HAND

Mr.F.A.R Winter

1865

Originally Posted by Django:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

In Georgetown there is a north-south street that links Croal Street and Brickdam. That street was named for a founder of a local insurance company.

[1] What is the name of that street?

[2] What is the name of the insurance company?

[3] What is the name of the person connected to the street & insurance company?

[4] In what year was that insurance company established?

I shall respond to 4 correct answers only.

Winter Place

Hand in HAND

Mr.F.A.R Winter

1865

Correct answers.

Congrats!!

Originally Posted by Anjali:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

In Georgetown there is a north-south street that links Croal Street and Brickdam. That street was named for a founder of a local insurance company.

[1] What is the name of that street?

[2] What is the name of the insurance company?

[3] What is the name of the person connected to the street & insurance company?

[4] In what year was that insurance company established?

I shall respond to 4 correct answers only.

Good morning

 

Manget Place

Hand in Hand

Dr. Etienne Manget

1865

2 out of 4 correct.

Dr Manget first introduced the idea of a local insurance company because the foreign [British and others] companies had hiked premiums unreasonably. But it was Mr Winter who took the idea and actually got about forming Hand-in-Hand.

Nice try, anyway. Better luck next time.

That's all for today.

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:
Originally Posted by Django:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

In Georgetown there is a north-south street that links Croal Street and Brickdam. That street was named for a founder of a local insurance company.

[1] What is the name of that street?

[2] What is the name of the insurance company?

[3] What is the name of the person connected to the street & insurance company?

[4] In what year was that insurance company established?

I shall respond to 4 correct answers only.

Winter Place

Hand in HAND

Mr.F.A.R Winter

1865

Correct answers.

Congrats!!

Congrats Django

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:
Originally Posted by Anjali:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

In Georgetown there is a north-south street that links Croal Street and Brickdam. That street was named for a founder of a local insurance company.

[1] What is the name of that street?

[2] What is the name of the insurance company?

[3] What is the name of the person connected to the street & insurance company?

[4] In what year was that insurance company established?

I shall respond to 4 correct answers only.

Good morning

 

Manget Place

Hand in Hand

Dr. Etienne Manget

1865

2 out of 4 correct.

Dr Manget first introduced the idea of a local insurance company because the foreign [British and others] companies had hiked premiums unreasonably. But it was Mr Winter who took the idea and actually got about forming Hand-in-Hand.

Nice try, anyway. Better luck next time.

That's all for today.

OK Sir Gil, no problem, thank you.

Good morning.

A notable Guyanese comedian played a significant role in a local feature film that premiered in 1976.

[1] What's the name of that comedian?

[2] What's the name of the film?

[3] What's the name of the film's Producer?

I shall respond to 3 correct answers only.

Next one.

Miss Guyana 1971 played a minor role in a local movie that was produced in 1975.

[1] What is the name of that movie?

[2] What is the name of the Miss Guyana who acted in that movie?

[3] What is the name of the character whose role she played?

[4] Who directed that film?

 

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

Next one.

Miss Guyana 1971 played a minor role in a local movie that was produced in 1975.

[1] What is the name of that movie?

[2] What is the name of the Miss Guyana who acted in that movie?

[3] What is the name of the character whose role she played?

[4] Who directed that film?

 

Good morning

 

Aggro Seizeman

Nalini Moonasar

Mrs. Warren

James Warren & Brian Stuart - Young

 

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

Next one.

Miss Guyana 1971 played a minor role in a local movie that was produced in 1975.

[1] What is the name of that movie?

[2] What is the name of the Miss Guyana who acted in that movie?

[3] What is the name of the character whose role she played?

[4] Who directed that film?

 

Aggro Seizman

Nalini Moonasar

Mrs.Warren

James Mannas and Brian Stuart-Young

Originally Posted by Anjali:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

Next one.

Miss Guyana 1971 played a minor role in a local movie that was produced in 1975.

[1] What is the name of that movie?

[2] What is the name of the Miss Guyana who acted in that movie?

[3] What is the name of the character whose role she played?

[4] Who directed that film?

 

Good morning

 

Aggro Seizeman

Nalini Moonasar

Mrs. Warren

James Warren & Brian Stuart - Young

 

Edit once more. You have 2 minutes.

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:
Originally Posted by Riya:

I'm late for classes....again

 

Good job guys!

I'm with Anjali and Django

You're sure about that? They have different answers.

Sorry about that, it's James Mannas

 

I just continued with "Warren"

 

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:
Originally Posted by Anjali:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

Next one.

Miss Guyana 1971 played a minor role in a local movie that was produced in 1975.

[1] What is the name of that movie?

[2] What is the name of the Miss Guyana who acted in that movie?

[3] What is the name of the character whose role she played?

[4] Who directed that film?

 

Good morning

 

Aggro Seizeman

Nalini Moonasar

Mrs. Warren

James Warren & Brian Stuart - Young

 

Edit once more. You have 2 minutes.

James Mannas & Brian Stuart-Young

 

sorry about that

Originally Posted by Anjali:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka:
Originally Posted by Riya:

I'm late for classes....again

 

Good job guys!

I'm with Anjali and Django

You're sure about that? They have different answers.

Sorry about that, it's James Mannas

 

I just continued with "Warren"

 

Okay, I'm in a charitable spirit this morning.

You get second prize.

Django gets first prize.

Riya gets detention for being late and agreeing to your original mistake. Her assignment: Watch If Wishes Were Horses on YouTube.

Congrats!!

That's all for today.

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:
Originally Posted by Anjali:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka:
Originally Posted by Riya:

I'm late for classes....again

 

Good job guys!

I'm with Anjali and Django

You're sure about that? They have different answers.

Sorry about that, it's James Mannas

 

I just continued with "Warren"

 

Okay, I'm in a charitable spirit this morning.

You get second prize.

Django gets first prize.

Riya gets detention for being late and agreeing to your original mistake. Her assignment: Watch If Wishes Were Horses on YouTube.

Congrats!!

That's all for today.

Congrats Django

 

Thanks Sir Gil

 

Sorry Riya I am partly responsible for your detention.

 

 

Good morning.

The picture shows the world's rarest postage stamp, a British Guiana One-Cent Magenta. It was sold by the auction house Sotheby's last month to an anonymous buyer. How much did the new owner pay for this stamp?

Image result for british guiana one-cent magenta

[Take your time. I have an appointment this morning and should return around noon.]

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

Good morning.

The picture shows the world's rarest postage stamp, a British Guiana One-Cent Magenta. It was sold by the auction house Sotheby's last month to an anonymous buyer. How much did the new owner pay for this stamp?

Image result for british guiana one-cent magenta

[Take your time. I have an appointment this morning and should return around noon.]

$9.5 million dollars

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

Good morning.

The picture shows the world's rarest postage stamp, a British Guiana One-Cent Magenta. It was sold by the auction house Sotheby's last month to an anonymous buyer. How much did the new owner pay for this stamp?

Image result for british guiana one-cent magenta

[Take your time. I have an appointment this morning and should return around noon.]

Good morning

9.5 million dollars

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