View Full Version : Spot the false statement


Abi
01-07-14, 01:23 PM
Four of the above five unlikely statements are true, and one is false.

Spot the false statement.

dvdnvwls
01-07-14, 01:30 PM
I decided on the basis of prepositions.

Abi
01-09-14, 08:13 AM
No more takers?

Lunacie
01-09-14, 11:54 AM
I suspect that Amtram thinks tarot readings are rubbish.

someothertime
01-09-14, 11:56 AM
I suspect Abi is rastafarian.

Amtram
01-09-14, 01:17 PM
Too bad you can't promote this thread. I'm not saying anything. . .

not until there are a lot more votes.

salleh
01-09-14, 01:30 PM
*paces * ....impatiently waiting for more people to vote .....* chews nails for a while *

Fuzzy12
01-09-14, 01:33 PM
I voted for Amtram being a tarot reader as well but after reading her post somehow I think, it might true after all. :eek:

Also, I can imagine Lunacie playing Dungeons and Dragons but then was her post an attempt to throw us off the truth? :D

psychopathetic
01-09-14, 04:02 PM
YAY! I'm no longer alone in thinking Ginnie wasn't a bartender! lol

(((Bella)))

:)

dvdnvwls
01-09-14, 04:18 PM
Haha - "Gin" nie - I get it!

avjgirsijdhtjhs
01-09-14, 04:39 PM
Amtram tarot

stef
01-09-14, 04:51 PM
i say salleh bc she followed bands but not just one!

Fraser_0762
01-09-14, 05:08 PM
Do I get all of the prize money if i'm correct then?

midnightstar
01-09-14, 06:37 PM
I voted salleh because I didnt understand the statement

psychopathetic
01-10-14, 04:28 AM
I voted salleh because I didnt understand the statement

:lol:

((((((((((((((MidNight))))))))))))))

Abi
01-11-14, 03:43 PM
OK, so polls closed.

THe false statement was #5... Salleh WAS NOT in fact a groupie for the Rolling Stones.

Congrats to
Conman (http://www.addforums.com/forums/member.php?u=53252), dvdnvwls (http://www.addforums.com/forums/member.php?u=69356), midnightstar (http://www.addforums.com/forums/member.php?u=69771), stef (http://www.addforums.com/forums/member.php?u=27672), Tinatheawesome (http://www.addforums.com/forums/member.php?u=73410)

avjgirsijdhtjhs
01-11-14, 04:08 PM
Wow, so sorry to hear! My condolences, salleh. :(

Amtram
01-11-14, 04:23 PM
I see that there is some disbelief that I have a history in dabbling with the non-scientific. Heh. I read palms, too, and was a Belly Dancer in Philadelphia. And I sang in a church choir and rang in the church handbell choir. And regularly practiced yoga.

I've never been terribly predictable.

ginniebean
01-11-14, 04:28 PM
Omg, you were a randian? Unless that means horn doggy I am amazed!

daveddd
01-11-14, 04:33 PM
whats a randian

Abi
01-11-14, 04:36 PM
Dave, google it.

And let's not discuss it further on this thread as it's political.

ginniebean
01-11-14, 04:36 PM
Ayn Rand wrote a bunch of books and got a cult following. One of the things she is known for is the virtue of being selfish.

daveddd
01-11-14, 04:38 PM
Ayn Rand wrote a bunch of books and got a cult following. One of the things she is known for is the virtue of being selfish.

ok googled it before and that just didn't seem to fit

Lunacie
01-11-14, 05:16 PM
No one seems surprised that I've been playing Dungeons and Dragons for years?

Sshhh, be vevvy vevvy quiet, weew hunting dwagons! :D

dvdnvwls
01-11-14, 06:11 PM
I mistakenly thought that a Randian had to do with James Randi, which would make perfect sense. :)

Abi
01-11-14, 06:21 PM
haha! :)

Lunacie
01-11-14, 06:49 PM
I mistakenly thought that a Randian had to do with James Randi, which would make perfect sense. :)

Don't tell anyone ... but I thought the same thing. :giggle:

dvdnvwls
01-11-14, 06:52 PM
If anybody should start his own cult but won't, it would be Mr. Randi. :)

ginniebean
01-11-14, 06:55 PM
No one seems surprised that I've been playing Dungeons and Dragons for years?

Sshhh, be vevvy vevvy quiet, weew hunting dwagons! :D

Nope, you have nerd written all over you :D

psychopathetic
01-11-14, 07:01 PM
Nope, you have nerd written all over you :D

:lol:

Lunacie
01-11-14, 07:04 PM
Nope, you have nerd written all over you :D

:yes:

Amtram
01-11-14, 08:12 PM
Oh, Lunacie, I have three cups of various multi-sided dice sitting here in front of me. Try not to drool on your keyboard! :lol:

Abi
01-11-14, 08:29 PM
that is insane, i just flip a coin - sometimes twice

Lunacie
01-11-14, 08:50 PM
Oh, Lunacie, I have three cups of various multi-sided dice sitting here in front of me. Try not to drool on your keyboard! :lol:

Yes, I am jealous ... if you actually use them.
I haven't had a group to play with in several years and I really do miss it.

I didn't keep my dice in cups - I got a Tupperware container with several
different sections so the pink dice went in one part, the green dice went in
another part, etc. I think I had 5 sets altogether but I'm not going to dig the
bag out of the closet to check. ;)
.

salleh
01-11-14, 09:00 PM
.....Actually, the Rolling Stones would be the last band ( in their time) that I would have been a groupie for ......I have this requirement for bands I like ....they have to comprise of actual musicians ....just fussy I guess .....I listen to people who actually know more than 3 chords on their guitars, and sing rather that shout their songs...

....Now from that era are some of the greatest bands ever .....besides the Beatles ....Buffalo Springfield,....The Allman Bros., Jefferson Airplane, Moody Blues, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Lee Michaels, and a whole bunch of others....

dvdnvwls
01-11-14, 09:23 PM
I won't argue about guitars and musicianship, but after 563 years it's clear that Mr. Jagger knows a thing or two about singing. Otherwise he wouldn't have lasted this long. :)

Though I understand that many of the musicians of that era (and ours as well) used various preservatives on themselves, ending up in a semi-pickled state even when still somewhat alive. :)

Lunacie
01-11-14, 10:33 PM
.....Actually, the Rolling Stones would be the last band ( in their time) that I would have been a groupie for ......I have this requirement for bands I like ....they have to comprise of actual musicians ....just fussy I guess .....I listen to people who actually know more than 3 chords on their guitars, and sing rather that shout their songs...

....Now from that era are some of the greatest bands ever .....besides the Beatles ....Buffalo Springfield,....The Allman Bros., Jefferson Airplane, Moody Blues, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Lee Michaels, and a whole bunch of others....

Oh now I remember ... it was my sister-in-law who was a groupie for Rolling
Stones, between being a groupie for David Bowie. She ended up marrying
Pete ... (can't remember his last name) ... played backup music for a lot of the
bands. She divorced him, moved to England, met a German guy and married
him, then divorced him.
.

ginniebean
01-12-14, 01:31 AM
Yes, I am jealous ... if you actually use them.
I haven't had a group to play with in several years and I really do miss it.

I didn't keep my dice in cups - I got a Tupperware container with several
different sections so the pink dice went in one part, the green dice went in
another part, etc. I think I had 5 sets altogether but I'm not going to dig the
bag out of the closet to check. ;)
.
Lunacie, this is the Internet age. I think you can find d and d people online.

ginniebean
01-12-14, 01:33 AM
.....Actually, the Rolling Stones would be the last band ( in their time) that I would have been a groupie for ......I have this requirement for bands I like ....they have to comprise of actual musicians ....just fussy I guess .....I listen to people who actually know more than 3 chords on their guitars, and sing rather that shout their songs...

....Now from that era are some of the greatest bands ever .....besides the Beatles ....Buffalo Springfield,....The Allman Bros., Jefferson Airplane, Moody Blues, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Lee Michaels, and a whole bunch of others....

You are just amazing. :)

Lunacie
01-12-14, 10:52 AM
Lunacie, this is the Internet age. I think you can find d and d people online.

Yeah, but it's not the same as sitting around a table together with people you know and rolling those dice.

Amtram
01-12-14, 11:14 AM
Lunacie, this is the Internet age. I think you can find d and d people online.

Nope, not quite so simple. I've been trying, and it's darned near impossible. We even have a store here that consists of nothing but gaming tables, and they have ONE group that does RPGs, one day out of the week, and that's full. I get jealous of my daughter and her gaming group!

And Lunacie is right. The fun of it is sitting around the table together. *sigh*

ginniebean
01-12-14, 01:34 PM
Hmm ok, well I guess that kinda sucks.

Abi
01-12-14, 01:42 PM
There's always Vampire Games :)

Luna - I stumbled a post from you from years ago where you said you felt excluded from forum games - but look at you now :)

psychopathetic
01-12-14, 03:06 PM
(((((((luna)))))))

Lunacie
01-12-14, 05:16 PM
Oh now I remember ... it was my sister-in-law who was a groupie for Rolling
Stones, between being a groupie for David Bowie. She ended up marrying
Pete ... (can't remember his last name) ... played backup music for a lot of the
bands. She divorced him, moved to England, met a German guy and married
him, then divorced him.
.

I heard the song on the radio at work today ... Talking In Your Sleep by the
Romantics. His name was Pete Solley and I met him because he was in the
States to play drums on that song although he usually played keyboards. My
sis-in-law Penny brought him to Kansas to meet the family.

I don't think he got to be in the video, just the recording in the sound studio.
He was so impressed with the big cars here compared to the cars in the UK,
he had to rent the biggest one he could get - and in 1983 you could still get
some big cars. He went fishing with us, talked about using dynamite. Nope.

Gosh, that seems like a long time ago - about the same time we started
playing D&D.

stef
01-12-14, 06:40 PM
hey so what do we win, if we guessed right? :)

dvdnvwls
01-12-14, 08:36 PM
hey so what do we win, if we guessed right? :)
Five things:
1. An audio-book of the complete works of Ayn Rand, specially prepared for you by Abi. :)

2. A tarot session with Amtram, our very own Madame Sosostris (... I do not find / The Hanged Man. Fear death by water.) :)

3. Get yer butt kicked at D&D by Lunacie. :)

4. A "very special night out" with Mick Jagger. :eek: ;)

5. When you've escaped from #4, Ginniebean will expertly mix you a drink. ("Bartender, make me a zombie." - "It looks as if someone else beat me to it.") :)

Amtram
01-12-14, 08:53 PM
Darn, couldn't rep you for that!