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Author:  redamin [ 08 Mar 2018, 07:41 ]
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sldawgs wrote:
O.J. Simpson's slow speed white Bronco chase was during the 1994 NBA Finals Game 5 between the Houston Rockets and New York Knicks. Jeff Van Gundy tells a story that O.J. wanted to hear the end of the game before turning himself in.


Huh, I never actually knew that. I remember the white Bronco chase and all, but I guess I'd forgotten it was during a game.

sldawgs wrote:
Q1 Are you alive?
Q2 Are you a real person?
Q3 Are you male?


No
Yes
Yes

Author:  redamin [ 08 Mar 2018, 07:42 ]
Post subject:  Re: Mr X

I am the real, but deceased Mr. S.

I am not Scooby-Doo, Keyser Soze, OJ Simpson, or Superman.

Questions owed:
Scruluce - 2

Author:  sldawgs [ 08 Mar 2018, 10:00 ]
Post subject:  Re: Mr X

redamin wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
O.J. Simpson's slow speed white Bronco chase was during the 1994 NBA Finals Game 5 between the Houston Rockets and New York Knicks. Jeff Van Gundy tells a story that O.J. wanted to hear the end of the game before turning himself in.


Huh, I never actually knew that. I remember the white Bronco chase and all, but I guess I'd forgotten it was during a game.

I live in Houston, we were watching the game when the News broke in. They put an inset of the game in the corner of the screen while they followed the chase. The Rockets lost the game, but won the series.

Author:  Scruluce [ 08 Mar 2018, 13:31 ]
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redamin wrote:
Scruluce wrote:
did that thing having it's head scratched attack you, then try to store you for later consumption?

Off to a great start... no clue. Ask away.

You're going to kick yourself ... I was referring to your avatar ...and Luke Skywalker.


redamin wrote:
Scruluce wrote:
some 20+ years ago, did you help your audience solve puzzles left by your animated on-screen friend?

Ummm... question #2...

Nickelodeon show "Blue's Clues" launched in 1996, with host Steve. (the guy's name is Steve Burns, but his character has no last name.)

Q1: Are you known for film?
Q2: At the time of your death, were you age 50, or older?

Author:  redamin [ 08 Mar 2018, 18:09 ]
Post subject:  Re: Mr X

Scruluce wrote:
You're going to kick yourself ... I was referring to your avatar ...and Luke Skywalker.


I would like to say that I can blame that on not having had coffee yet... but that would be a lie.


Scruluce wrote:
Q1: Are you known for film?
Q2: At the time of your death, were you age 50, or older?


Primarily? I would say no.
Yes

Author:  Ridilon [ 09 Mar 2018, 04:26 ]
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Did children across the country have lunch while watching you and 'the Biggest and Meanest Dog in the USA?"

Author:  Ridilon [ 09 Mar 2018, 04:33 ]
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After trying a year on Sanka did you switch back to caffeinated coffee?

Author:  Ridilon [ 09 Mar 2018, 04:34 ]
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Did you have 'the time of your life' until you got cancer?

Author:  Scruluce [ 09 Mar 2018, 13:02 ]
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After a 12 year hiatus, have you returned to the field, secretly hoping to find the son you gave up for adoption?

Author:  sldawgs [ 09 Mar 2018, 13:37 ]
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Did you and your blue eyes win an Oscar going beyond infinite?

Author:  sldawgs [ 09 Mar 2018, 13:56 ]
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Did you give up your hair to be in the greatest story ever told and decided to keep it off? Do you love me, Baby?

Author:  sldawgs [ 09 Mar 2018, 14:00 ]
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Can two of the theme songs you wrote for your TV shows be considered some of the most iconic TV themes of all time? Themes a couple of generations of kids could sing along with after school?

Author:  redamin [ 10 Mar 2018, 13:46 ]
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Ridilon wrote:
Did children across the country have lunch while watching you and 'the Biggest and Meanest Dog in the USA?"

No clue... question for you!

Ridilon wrote:
After trying a year on Sanka did you switch back to caffeinated coffee?

I am not Vincent Schiavelli but since I had to google his real name, two questions for you.

Ridilon wrote:
Did you have 'the time of your life' until you got cancer?

Nope, for I am not Patrick Swayze.

Scruluce wrote:
After a 12 year hiatus, have you returned to the field, secretly hoping to find the son you gave up for adoption?

Assuming this is a reference to Dana Scully, who I am not. If it's someone else, then I'm stumped.

sldawgs wrote:
Did you and your blue eyes win an Oscar going beyond infinite?

They did not as I am not Frank Sinatra.

sldawgs wrote:
Did you give up your hair to be in the greatest story ever told and decided to keep it off? Do you love me, Baby?

I am not Telly Savalas.

sldawgs wrote:
Can two of the theme songs you wrote for your TV shows be considered some of the most iconic TV themes of all time? Themes a couple of generations of kids could sing along with after school?

Umm... I'm drawing a blank here... gonna kick myself when I hear who this is. But ask away.

Author:  redamin [ 10 Mar 2018, 13:51 ]
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I am the real, but deceased Mr. S. I am not known for my work in film and when I passed I was over the age of 50.

I am not Telly Savalas, Frank Sinatra, Dana Scully, Patrick Swayze, Vincent Schiavelli, Scooby-Doo, Keyser Soze, OJ Simpson, or Superman.

Questions owed:
Ridilon - 1
sldawgs - 1

Author:  sldawgs [ 11 Mar 2018, 16:48 ]
Post subject:  Re: Mr X

redamin wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
Can two of the theme songs you wrote for your TV shows be considered some of the most iconic TV themes of all time? Themes a couple of generations of kids could sing along with after school?

Umm... I'm drawing a blank here... gonna kick myself when I hear who this is. But ask away.

Sherwood Schwartz wrote the themes to both Giligan's Island and the Brady Bunch.

Are you known for television?

Author:  Ridilon [ 12 Mar 2018, 04:31 ]
Post subject:  Re: Mr X

redamin wrote:
Ridilon wrote:
Did children across the country have lunch while watching you and 'the Biggest and Meanest Dog in the USA?"

No clue... question for you!



Lunch with Soupy Sales.

Were you born in the US?

Author:  Ridilon [ 12 Mar 2018, 04:32 ]
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redamin wrote:
Ridilon wrote:
After trying a year on Sanka did you switch back to caffeinated coffee?

I am not Vincent Schiavelli but since I had to google his real name, two questions for you.



Good ol' Mr. Vargas.

Were you born prior to Jan. 1st, 1950?

Author:  redamin [ 12 Mar 2018, 10:13 ]
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sldawgs wrote:
redamin wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
Can two of the theme songs you wrote for your TV shows be considered some of the most iconic TV themes of all time? Themes a couple of generations of kids could sing along with after school?

Umm... I'm drawing a blank here... gonna kick myself when I hear who this is. But ask away.

Sherwood Schwartz wrote the themes to both Giligan's Island and the Brady Bunch.

Are you known for television?

Yes, I would say I'm primarily known for my work on TV.

Author:  redamin [ 12 Mar 2018, 10:14 ]
Post subject:  Re: Mr X

Ridilon wrote:
redamin wrote:
Ridilon wrote:
Did children across the country have lunch while watching you and 'the Biggest and Meanest Dog in the USA?"

No clue... question for you!



Lunch with Soupy Sales.

Were you born in the US?

Yep.

Author:  redamin [ 12 Mar 2018, 10:16 ]
Post subject:  Re: Mr X

Ridilon wrote:
redamin wrote:
Ridilon wrote:
After trying a year on Sanka did you switch back to caffeinated coffee?

I am not Vincent Schiavelli but since I had to google his real name, two questions for you.



Good ol' Mr. Vargas.

Were you born prior to Jan. 1st, 1950?

Yes.

Author:  sldawgs [ 12 Mar 2018, 10:36 ]
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Were you known for your wild clothes, raspy voice, sunglasses, a mean elbow, meat sticks, and all that intense, jerky, pomp and circumstance? Ohhh Yeah!?

Author:  Ridilon [ 13 Mar 2018, 03:35 ]
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Did you serve at the pleasure of the president all while attending high level government officials AA meetings?

Author:  Ridilon [ 13 Mar 2018, 03:37 ]
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Were you stuck running a mobile hospital while wearing a fishing hat?

Author:  Ridilon [ 13 Mar 2018, 03:38 ]
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Do you like Home Cookin' soups?

Author:  Ridilon [ 13 Mar 2018, 03:39 ]
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Any chance you got to keep that giant american flag in front of which you gave your famous speech?

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