Suharto for Heath Ledger ......cdcarter wrote: I have a feeling most bad negs are either made up, or not that bad.
after the Brokeback Mountain and sleeping pills clue.
No, its not made up!
Those make 95% of my negs.cvdwightw wrote:you know, I think I know this clue, so I buzz, conveniently disregarding the fact that my answer doesn't make any sense with the previous clues.
Another Kim Jong Il bad neg, from a GW practice many moons ago....wowitsquinthaha wrote:this was on some old VHSL set
Q: Although he could leg press 2000 pounds.....
A: Kim Jong Il (Neg)
Real A: Pat Robertson...
It said something along the lines of "lurching backwards when it reaches top speed." From an NAQT IS, not sure how old.Matt Weiner wrote:did someone plagiarize my neg from six years ago?Alex Kidd wrote:Given - catapult
Answer - Segway
From an NAQT HSNCT that talked about it being done in AI?SwissBoy wrote:Today in practice:
Me: Haley Joel Osmet
Indeed. The 2005 set, if I recall. In my defense, it was a vague question (though I still should have been more thoughtful with my buzzing)Alex Kidd wrote:From an NAQT HSNCT that talked about it being done in AI?SwissBoy wrote:Today in practice:
Me: Haley Joel Osmet
In this same area, though not exactly a neg (but still horrible) our mispronunciation-prone captain last season said "Green Vowel Shift" for "Great Vowel Shift."aarcoh wrote:Here's some of the best of Watson's many negs
1. Magna Carter
2. Rime of the Ancient Marina
As the negger in question, I'm pretty sure the answer on that one was "Laika", which arguably makes it even worse.aarcoh wrote: She may have died from overheating
Correct Answer: Amelia Earhart
Given Answer: Joan of Arc
Foolish reader! Emperor Norton I is awesome. Too bad he's, uh, not a king. And that that question is awful.aarcoh wrote:I have never seen such a disturbed look on a reader
We're aware, but it was still a poorly-written tossup.aarcoh wrote:It's because Gerald Ford was born as Leslie Lynch King
I'm glad I wasn't the only one thinking this.ImmaculateDeception wrote:That... has an official name now?
Yeah, or at least it was taught so in high school. I've personally heard it as the "Gary Powers Incident" and "U-2 Incident" (more officially the U-2 Incident, I guess, and personally more commonly, and the question did already give "Gary Powers").That... has an official name now?