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  • President_Weasel 20 Jun 2013 09:58:43 9,142 posts
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    Mockingbird lane was the Addams Family remake thing, right? So the Addams Family must live there.
    Nelson Mandela House I *think* was Del Boy and Rodney?
    Acacia Road - Bananaman!

    That's all I got.
    (Unless Windsor Gardens is Dangermouse, but he lived in a post box so it's doubtful)
  • Deckard1 20 Jun 2013 09:59:18 27,612 posts
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    Nelson Mandela House rings a bell as well. Is it The Desmonds?

    Hush you ponce

  • twelveways 20 Jun 2013 10:00:15 3,965 posts
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    Weasel got 2

    Edited by twelveways at 10:01:35 20-06-2013
  • Megapocalypse 20 Jun 2013 10:02:19 5,374 posts
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    Acacia Road - Eric/Banana Man
    Nelson Mandela House - Derrick Trotter
  • imamazed 20 Jun 2013 10:02:43 5,531 posts
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    Oh, sheeeeit, 32 Windsor gardens - Paddington Bear?
  • twelveways 20 Jun 2013 10:03:58 3,965 posts
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    Imamazed got another
  • Megapocalypse 20 Jun 2013 10:06:41 5,374 posts
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    Mockingbird Lane - the Munsters?
  • twelveways 20 Jun 2013 10:08:21 3,965 posts
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    Deckard is in the lead right now with three correct answers. 3 out of 8 is a bit shit though so I'm gonna give you some more time.
  • twelveways 20 Jun 2013 11:25:17 3,965 posts
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    Fuck it.

    29 Acacia Road - Bananaman(Eric)
    1313 Mockingbird Lane - Munsters
    368 Nelson Mandela House - Trotters (Fools & horses)
    1600 Pennsylvania Avenue - The President of the USA
    742 Evergreen Terrace - The Simpsons
    0001 Cemetery Lane - The Addams Family
    518 Crestview Drive, Beverly Hills - The Clampetts (Beverly Hillbillies)
    32 Windsor Gardens - The Browns (Paddington Bear)

    Duckard can take it.
  • imamazed 20 Jun 2013 11:30:34 5,531 posts
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    Come on desmond!
  • President_Weasel 20 Jun 2013 11:46:58 9,142 posts
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    Balls, Mockingbird Lane was the Munsters not the Addamses?
  • Deckard1 20 Jun 2013 11:48:47 27,612 posts
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    I'm on a training course for a few hours so someone else will have to go.

    Hush you ponce

  • Stickman 20 Jun 2013 11:50:37 29,664 posts
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    Deckard1 wrote:
    training course
    lol

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  • imamazed 20 Jun 2013 11:52:10 5,531 posts
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    I've got one if nobody else does?
  • twelveways 20 Jun 2013 11:53:12 3,965 posts
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    Go for it
  • imamazed 20 Jun 2013 11:55:55 5,531 posts
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    Name the 6 British Prime Ministers that were in office during the Crimean War, World War One and World War Two.

    I was gonna include the Napoleonic Wars, but that's really tricky (although I'll throw it in as a bonus)

    Edited by imamazed at 12:06:02 20-06-2013
  • Stickman 20 Jun 2013 12:04:44 29,664 posts
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    Chamberlain, Churchill, Lloyd George, Asquith, um...Gladstone? Some other guy. Disraeli?

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  • imamazed 20 Jun 2013 12:05:43 5,531 posts
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    The stickman has four correct answers.
  • DFawkes 20 Jun 2013 12:08:16 22,762 posts
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    I always go for Neville Chamberlain whenever anyone asks for a UK Prime Minister ever. For all 6.

    Edited by DFawkes at 12:08:39 20-06-2013

    I'd kick the living daylights out of the producers of Tipping Point - Ghandi

  • Stickman 20 Jun 2013 12:08:18 29,664 posts
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    Ooh, Palmerston was one! No idea on the other.

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  • imamazed 20 Jun 2013 12:12:28 5,531 posts
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    Well if anyone pops up with the last one I'd probably have to give it you anyway stickman, so you can go.

    It was the Earl of Aberdeen, Palmerston's bitter rival and the man tasked with balancing the doves and hawks. He brought Britain into the war, but it ultimately proved his political downfall.
  • Stickman 20 Jun 2013 12:17:07 29,664 posts
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    Stick with military history (which probably means imamazed will be up again in two seconds cos it's easy!):

    What is the Third Battle of Ypres more commonly called?

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  • President_Weasel 20 Jun 2013 12:17:09 9,142 posts
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    Napoleonic Wars - wasn't that a Pitt?
  • President_Weasel 20 Jun 2013 12:17:38 9,142 posts
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    Ypres - Paschendale?
  • Stickman 20 Jun 2013 12:19:19 29,664 posts
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    Boom

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  • imamazed 20 Jun 2013 12:19:45 5,531 posts
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    haha I actually know very little about military history. Looks like the pres is up
  • imamazed 20 Jun 2013 12:20:01 5,531 posts
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    President_Weasel wrote:
    Napoleonic Wars - wasn't that a Pitt?
    amongst others yeh
  • President_Weasel 20 Jun 2013 12:20:34 9,142 posts
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    General Sedgewick of the Union Army said what famous last words, in reference to the Confederate snipers using the Whitworth rifle?
  • imamazed 20 Jun 2013 12:22:22 5,531 posts
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    haha, wasn't it something like "They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist-*GUNSHOTANDDEATH*" ?
  • President_Weasel 20 Jun 2013 12:27:35 9,142 posts
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    imamazed wrote:
    haha, wasn't it something like "They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist-*GUNSHOTANDDEATH*" ?
    Correct. It seems like he actually got the word "distance" out and got shot a second or two later, and people quote "dist-" for dramatic effect, but you're exactly right about the circumstances.

    Sharpshooters with Whitworth rifles were about 1000 yards away and he was striding about in the open telling his men he was ashamed at them for ducking and that they could't hit an elephant at this distance. Seconds later he took a bullet under the eye and died.

    Edited by President_Weasel at 12:27:59 20-06-2013
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