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The Envelope, Please…

Posted by blatantbibliophiles on December 12, 2008

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Wow! What a blast! We had a full day of trivia in The Unquiet Library today with ten teams participating during fourth lunch, eleven teams during fifth lunch, and nine teams during sixth lunch. In all, it was about a billion people. 😉 But who ruled the day? Was it the conquerors from the November round of trivia? The Pink Draculas? Team 3? Whatever the Ricky Bobbys were known as in November? Heck no! We had a whole new round of winners who came in and cleaned house and took the trophy (or should I say the pizza?) right out from under last month’s winners’ noses! The winners will have a pizza party during their lunch periods on Tuesday, December 14. Go winners! And the winners are (drum roll, please):

  • Fourth lunch: Chocolate Thunder (Kendall L.,  Austin N.,  Mark M.,  Joni L.,  Kate J., and Lindsay G.)
  • Fifth lunch: Purple Drank (Brittany Y., Miriam H., Matthew L., Laura L., Brittany R., and Elise S. )
  • Sixth lunch: A Cubed: Alisha W., Haley P., Alyssa P., Genay M., Natalie H., and Trianna B.

2 Responses to “The Envelope, Please…”

  1. Sky said

    We should do another trivia.
    Sponsored by the Blatant Bibliophiles…but teams should have to pay like, 3 dollars or something like that.

  2. blatantbibliophiles said

    Thanks, Sky! Please see this week’s post and email about this week’s meeting. We are going to have Bibliophile-approved trivia the day we get out for Spring Break, April 3. Thanks for the suggestion!

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