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Name the members of these famous foursomes.
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Seasons
Playing Cards Suits
4-Corners States
Tennis Majors
Beatles
Gospels
Ninja Turtles
UK Countries
Monopoly Railroads (US)
Baldwin Brothers
Classical Elements
Seinfeld Characters
South Park Characters
Orchestra Strings
Japanese Islands
Indiana Jones Movies
Major Moons of Jupiter
Continental US Time Zones
Major US Sports
Countries that Start with V
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Apr 1, 2013
(44)
Poor Daniel Baldwin - no one remembers him
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Apr 19, 2013
(44)
S'ok... they're interchangeable.
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Apr 19, 2013
(25)
he's the one always in rehab.
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Apr 19, 2013
(55)
Isn't Stephen a minister now?
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Apr 30, 2014
(71)
You get a minister, and you get an entertainer. He's a "ministainer".
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Aug 12, 2014
(41)
Not sure if he is a minister, but he is a born again Christian and acts in Christian movies. I'll be holidays around the dinner table with liberal brother Alec are interesting!
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Sep 7, 2014
(69)
Why? Not all Christians are conservative.
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Sep 30, 2015
(46)
ander217, That depends on your definition of Chrisitian. A "born again" Christian (as jennywren217 specified) will be a conservative when it comes to moral values, since they believe the Bible to be true in every sense, and the Bible teaches conservative moral values. Liberals tend to prescribe to ideals that are in conflict with Biblical teachings. They (liberals) may claim to be a Christian in the sense that they go to church and believe in God, and they do good works like helping the poor. Where they differ from conservative Christians is that they often cherry pick which of the Bible's teachings they want to follow. Or they simply haven't really read the Bible thoroughly enough to know what it says when they really have very little clue. Anyway, that is why jennywren21 said what she said. If she hadn't added the "born again" phrase, then your point would be more appropriate.
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Sep 30, 2015
(47)
There are absolutely left-leaning Christians. To imply that they don't read or know the Bible is patently false. Likewise, to imply that conservatives also don't "cherry pick" which elements of the Bible to chiefly focus on is also untrue. Sorry, as a left-leaning, devout Christian, I felt compelled to respond.
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Oct 2, 2015
(46)
Conservative values are literally just the values based on the Bible. And while I don't doubt that there can be very devout liberal Christians, the whole point of the conservative standpoint is to back the Bible though the law. Conflict arises in the idea of whether this is 'pushing Christian ideas onto others,' or if it's 'just what they think.' It's a very touchy subject to most people, but it really shouldn't be.
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Dec 28, 2015
(63)
Every Christian cherry picks the parts of the bible they want to pay attention to. all the people who are against gay marriage should also be protesting the local red lobster if they take the bible literally.
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Mar 30, 2016
(59)
Wasn't Daniel in Homicide?
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Apr 20, 2016
(43)
@ Tom88, when the Bible states that homosexuality is wrong, that is a commandment to all. But, where it states that eating creatures of the sea that do not have scales or fins in unclean, that is a commandment for only the Jewish people. Also, Jesus's sacrifice on the cross changed many laws, but one that remained was the commandment against homosexuality.
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Jun 30, 2016
(69)
Literally the only one I missed...
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Sep 30, 2015
(75)
Literally doesn't mean what you think it means.
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Sep 30, 2015
(20)
52/80! Whoo hoo! Couldn't spell Venezuela!
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Apr 19, 2013
(37)
64/80. spelling issues cost me a couple... good quiz.
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Apr 19, 2013
(14)
add the teletubbies please :D
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Apr 25, 2013
(43)
Do not, PLEASE ! ! ! ;-)
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Oct 6, 2015
(30)
How is Okinawa not a Japanese island?
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Apr 25, 2013
(28)
I think he was looking for the four major islands. Okinawa is miles off the south coast of Japan's main islands.
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Jun 30, 2013
(67)
Agreed. Okinawa is an important Japanese island. This does not belong in a group of four quiz.
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Oct 1, 2015
(48)
Okinawa is a Japanese island, it's not one of the main islands. The fact that it is "important" is irrelevant to that fact.
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Jun 14, 2016
(16)
wow maybe you could accept double base?
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Apr 28, 2013
(46)
Really?? The bass refers to its tone and pitch, so base is way off...base.
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May 31, 2015
(75)
I see what you did there. :)
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Sep 30, 2015
(56)
The instrument is the Double Bass. This is what it's called in orchestral scoring, generally speaking, but can also be referred to as a Contrabass. Yes, bass refers to tone, as it is the lowest in tone of the regularly used string instrument in orchestras. But it IS a double bass, that's what professional orchestral musicians call it, and that name should be accepted.
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Sep 30, 2015
(43)
Double Bass IS accepted. Our dear frenzil here wants BASE to be accepted, which is very wrong, as it is not a military base, or the opposite of an acid, something used in baseball, or anything that contains "base". (unless of course you are talking about the base of the orchestra, in which the Double Bass and low brass and woodwinds are the base sounds, upon which the other sounds are built off of)
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Feb 6, 2016
(40)
could Steve be accepted for Stephen Baldwin?
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Jun 6, 2013
(55)
lol the only one i missed was elaine from seinfeld...what a stupid show
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Jul 20, 2013
(56)
It's like it was about nothing.
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Sep 30, 2015
(44)
55/80 almost forgot vietnam
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Aug 3, 2013
(32)
HA I remember Ringo but I dont remember John.. fail
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Aug 18, 2013
(60)
You should try to reword the Classical Elements. I had no idea what you meant. I didn't know if you meant Periodic Table elements, or elements in classical music.
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Jan 8, 2014
(24)
I immediately thought of classical music and the periodic table too. I couldn't figure out what it meant by classic elements.
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Jan 9, 2014
(55)
Well, now you know.
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Apr 30, 2014
(44)
I agree, I had no idea what "Classical" was. I started typing instruments. Maybe change it to "Classic" or "Natural" ...I dunno.
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Oct 15, 2015
(21)
UK Countries? UK is a country.. I don't know what you call the 4 things inside of it, but those are not countries. Territories? Providences? Not sure. Sad it didn't accept Ireland for Northern Ireland though. ;(
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Jan 11, 2014
(47)
Why in the world would it accept Ireland for Nothern Ireland?
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Feb 11, 2014
(54)
They are actually called countries, even though that's kinda stupid since they're not independent countries.
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Feb 23, 2014
(46)
They are countries, each with its own customs, and apart from England, languages. We "other" countris within the UK strongly object to being referred to as English, by the way.
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May 31, 2015
(53)
England does have its own language. English. It's just spoken more widely. And don't forget Cornish.
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Sep 30, 2015
(21)
they are absolutely considered separate country. they still constantly have arguments over independence. scotland almost voted to no longer be part of the UK like just last year!
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Oct 5, 2015
(67)
If they are separate countries, why did one of them want to become independent? How does that make sense?
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Oct 22, 2015
(43)
I almost typed "Sweden", then hit myself.
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Feb 6, 2016
(24)
Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland are all countries. They are all together as one country but separated by administrative division.
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May 27, 2016
(23)
why don't the seasons get 100% from everyone
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Apr 19, 2014
(21)
Yeah, and I find it funny that after the four seasons, John Lennon is the most recognizable thing on the list! Even before the card suits and elements!
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Apr 27, 2014
(56)
But that's because when you enter John for a gospel, John Lennon also fills in.
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Jun 3, 2014
(61)
I actually got held up on that. I legit thought they were talking about the Four Seasons, wondering why it wouldn't accept Frankie Valli.
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Aug 18, 2016
(67)
This made me laugh. I've definitely been in situations on quizzes before where I have massively overthought a really simple question.
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Aug 22, 2016
(21)
For the Beatles I kept thinking of Andrew McCarthy the actor and missed Paul McCartney. D'oh!
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Apr 27, 2014
(48)
Well... I managed venezuela, vietnam, and the four seasons... not sure if i should be proud of that
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Jun 17, 2014
(67)
Shouldn't that clue read "Contiguous US Time Zones" (ie time zones of the 48 contiguous states)? Alaska is a part of Continental US because it, like the lower 48, is on the continent of North America, and so Alaska Time Zone would also be correct. See https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continental_United_States
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Jul 2, 2014
(69)
Good point. I'd never thought that about that before but you are correct.
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Sep 30, 2015
(67)
I knew what they were asking for, but technically I do believe you are correct.
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Aug 22, 2016
(28)
I Swear the only reason why I knew the ninja turtles was because I became obsessed with Renaissance artists. I would not have known otherwise, seriously.
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Jul 7, 2014
(71)
You should add another category for the Four Seasons, a la Frankie Valli, Nick Massi, Tommy DeVito and Bob Gaudio
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Aug 12, 2014
(66)
Wind for air.
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Aug 31, 2014
(59)
'Violoncello' should work for 'cello'. After all, it is the full word
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Oct 4, 2014
(39)
How do you make the sub-titles like that? (As in Beatles, Countries that start with V, etc.)
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Nov 7, 2014
(40)
"Michaelangelo" should be accepted for the turtles... It's a logical spelling if you don't actually know how to spell it.
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Dec 7, 2014
(7)
You should accept "club" or "spade" so it doesn't have to be in the plural form.
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Jan 9, 2015
(18)
Would you accept gridiron for football. As thats what a lot of the world calls it.
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Mar 3, 2015
(65)
By a lot of the world you mean Australia and New Zealand?
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Sep 30, 2015
(42)
Probably
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Sep 30, 2015
(53)
And the whole of Europe. And Asia. And Africa. And South America.
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Sep 30, 2015
(45)
Please, accept "American Football", if only to show that you acknowledge there are also other forms of the game, one of which is not universally called "soccer" :)
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Mar 5, 2015
Okay, American Football will work now.
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Mar 5, 2015
(36)
Political correctness run amok? If you know the answer you know it. If not, you don't.
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Sep 30, 2015
(59)
Exactly why is this OK? The clue is 4 major US sports. That is implied already. This country does not confuse soccer with football. Football is the correct term. In the US it is not called american football to distinguish it so why should the quiz? If it was 4 major world sports I would agree, but it's not
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Sep 30, 2015
(45)
To us it is American Football. Because football is soccer, a different game. :-)
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Aug 28, 2016
(17)
I kept spelling Ganymede Gallifrey ... Clearly I have been watching way too much Doctor Who
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May 29, 2015
(53)
You cannot watch too much Dr Who.
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Sep 30, 2015
(56)
^This.
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Sep 30, 2015
(40)
How do you format the quiz in this way?
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Jun 1, 2015
(59)
Hockey is an American sport?
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Sep 30, 2015
(46)
Nice quiz. Spelling got me on a couple of them though, or I would have done even better.
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Oct 1, 2015
(41)
68...I'll take it.
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Oct 1, 2015
(57)
I got all of Jupiter's moons but missed hockey...smh
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Oct 2, 2015
(45)
Stupid American Monopoly :( And stupid me who spent my honeymoon in Vietnam yet forgot it (and got the other 3).
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Nov 3, 2015
(52)
Thought so too. In German Monopoly it's way easier. They're called Nordbahnhof, S├╝dbahnhof, Ostbahnhof and Westbahnhof. Bahnhof means Station and Nord... etc. are the cardinal directions.
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Jan 22, 2016
(45)
I typed in so many different ways of spelling Marylebone Station, until I finally figured out it was asking US monopoly rail stations, not UK!
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Aug 28, 2016
(74)
I thought 4-Corners States meant states that had 4 exactly straight borders and 4 straight corners. But it's 4 states that meet at the same corner. Explains why I am always trying Wyoming. (Which is the only one besides Colorado to fit my definition.) Duh.
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Dec 31, 2015
(33)
this is so usa oriented i was able to answer all the jupiters moons but i dont watch american soap operas because i am an indian
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Jan 7, 2016
(16)
good quiz
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May 28, 2016
(38)
If you guys like the Groups of Things category and the anime, One Piece, then check out my quiz. Its called "Groups of Things - One Piece"
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May 28, 2016
(53)
Good quiz, but the question on American Monopoly pretty much rules out anyone who ehhh isn't from America. I'd suggest a more general questiom, at least one those of us from the rest of the world have a chance of getting!
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Jul 9, 2016
(67)
No problems for the majority, but had absolutely no idea on the US Monopoly board.
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Aug 22, 2016
(33)
This needs to be changed. I put Spade, heart, club and nothing worked. Why do we have to add an S at the end of each word??
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Oct 19, 2016
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