Re: Rogue Riddle 1046 - Winner Declared and Answers Revealed


Lars Hanson
 

All, 

    Correction of typo on the answer to riddle 16.

    Aloha,

        Lars

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All,
 
     Gregg is this week’s clear winner, having solved all but one of the riddles.  Gregg will host Rogue Riddle #1047 next week.  The final standings are:
 
Gregg (95%) – 19 kills (all but 4)
 
Adam (70%) –14 kills (1, 2, 5-14, 17, 20)
 
Gary H (47.5%) – 9 kills (2, 3, 6, 9, 11-14, 17) plus a partial (5)
 
Jim (42.5%) -- 8 kills  (1, 9, 11-16) plus one partial (5)
 

Lila (37.5%) – 7 kills (2, 3, 9, 11-14) plus one partial (5)

 
    The current riddle status is as follows:
 
5 correct – 5:  9, 11, 12, 13, 14
4 correct – 1:  2
3 correct – 5:   1, 3, 5, 6, 17
2 correct – 6: 7, 8, 10, 15, 16, 20
1 correct – 2: 18, 19
0 correct – 1:  4
 

No guesses –1:  4

 
Hint:
 
    Not all cities referred to are in the United States, but almost all are well known.  (#19 may not be as well known, to be spacific.) – Note the spelling in this hint.  It was not an accident but a clue to the location of the cities in riddles 17, 18, and 19.  They all are in the Pacific.
 
     And now for the reveal.
 
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Rogue Riddle #1046
Yet Another Potpourri
 
    A hodge-podge of riddles this week.  A bit of something for everyone.  
 
    As usual, this week’s Rogue Riddle consists of twenty riddles.  Each riddle has two answers which sound similar.  Both answers are required for full credit.  (There are exceptions – riddles 7, 10, 11, 19, and 20 have one-word answers.) Most of these are very easy, but there are one or two “4.0 busters” in the mix.
  
   Example:
 
Q:  Though I may sound like something for an axle, actually I am a country.  What am I?
A:  GREECE / GREASE

  

    As always, effort has gone into the setup wording to provide necessary clues.  Please note the following:
  • Contrary to my usual practice, most riddles of the form “What is the difference between ...?” are not Spoonerisms, but homophones.  (But one or two Spoonerisms are included.)
  • The work BLANK may represent one or more words.  It is up to you, the solver, to determine how many words replace the BLANK.

     The riddle will until 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday.  As usual, the first person to solve all the riddles will be declared the winner and will host Rogue Riddle 1047 next week.  If no one has solved all the riddles by 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, the one with the most correct answers will be declared the winner.
 
    Now, on to the riddles.
 
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1.  It sounds as though this fabric has become all the rage – it seems BLANK has BLANK.
      COTTON / CAUGHT ON
 
2.  This Japanese city sounds like a spoonerism of another Japanese city.
      TOKYO / KYOTO
      The characters, though different, actually are pronounced the same, but in reversed order, so it might well be considered a Japanese Spoonerism. 
 
3.  What beverage tasting place sounds like a ski lift?  One is a BLANK while the other is a BLANK.
      TEA BAR / T-BAR
 
4.  What might one deceptively call originators of oft-cited conspiracy theories? 
      RE-LIE-ABLE SOURCES / RELIABLE SOURCES 
      RELAY-ABLE SOURCES might also have been accepted.
 
5.  This outerwear sounds like a small device for raising a car.
      JACKET / JACK-ETTE
 
6.  It sounds like the cause of (in)famous Chicago fire was Russian.
      MA’S COW / MOSCOW
 
7.  Could these feminine cosmetic attachments be considered batting equipment?
      FAKE EYELASHES
      FALSE EYELASHES also would have been acceptable.
 
8.  What is the difference between a section of Parliament and a widespread pest?
      One is the BLANK, while the other is the BLANK.
      HOUSE OF LORDS / LOUSE OF HORDES
 
9.  What city sounds like a heavy load for the laundress?
      WASHINgTON / WASHING  TON
 
10.  What term might be applied to a poorly run democratic process?
        ELECTILE DYSFUNCTION
 
11.  This clothing item sounds like a task for a grocery store employee.
        STOCKING / STOCKING
 
12.  What capital city sounds as though it is devoted exclusively to comedian Jack?
        ALBANY / ALL BENNY
 
13.  For sure this peanut was attacked – after all, it was BLANK.
        A SALTED / ASSAULTED
 
14.  What is the difference between this nation and one devoted to cravats?  One is BLANK, and the other might be called BLANK.
        THAILAND / TIE LAND
 
15.  This outerwear sounds like a Boston party valet.
        PARKA / PARKER (or, as Jim had it, PARKAH)
 
16.  Was this Midwest city named for small fruits?
        MINNEAPOLIS / MINI-APPLES

 
17.  What is the difference between this capital city and someone bringing a tin of soup?  One is BLANK and the other is a BLANK.
        CANBERRA / CAN BEARER
 
18.  What is the difference between this capital and a tattler?  One is BLANK and the other is a BLANK.
        WELLINGTON / TELLING ONE
 
19.  Why might an inhabitant of this capital be confused with bees?  Both are BLANK. 
        APIAN / APIAN
 
20.  This clothing item sounds more slippery.
        SLICKER / SLICKER
 
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    Thank you all for playing this week!

    Take it away, Gregg, with Rogue Riddle #1047 next week!
 
    Aloha,

        Lars

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