1-Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson … we thank you for this.
2-Don Rickles, Rich Little, Tina Fey, Steve Bridges, Bob Lepine for Elvis—all did this well.
3-Joining elements, my favorite plate at El Cholo.
4-JFK, Martin Luther King Jr., Abraham Lincoln … all victims of this.
5-Test or activity at the doctor’s office.
6-There is none of this for those who are in Christ Jesus, who walk after the Spirit.
7-Myriad of colors, fragrance of clove, often found in floral bouquets.
8-Gift to charitable entity.
9-Typical reaction to LSD.
10-Theological conviction that all events have been willed by God.
Email your answers for this week’s game to Peg@ambaa.com.
Answers to last week’s “DISAPPEARING ACTS” Trivia:
1-Founded in 1585, settlers here had vanished by 1590—including the first child born in America, Virginia Dare. Roanoke Colony – quite a story 😊
2-He was president of the Teamsters union for more than a decade but disappeared in 1975, presumed “hit” by the Mafia. Jimmy Hoffa
3-She was America’s darling aviatrix who was the first female to fly solo over the Atlantic—and vanished someplace in the Pacific. Amelia Earhart
4-Originally eight-inches, the 5.25-inch version held 350 KB of data and was the standard medium for software packaging. Floppy disk 😊
5-He hijacked a Boeing 727 flying between Portland and Seattle, parachuting with $200K in extorted funds in hand. D.B. Cooper
6-First woman to preach a sermon wirelessly, second woman granted a broadcast license … she went missing in 1926, disappearing from Ocean Park Beach in Santa Monica. (She came back a month later tho 😊.) Aimee Semple McPherson … KFSG—some of you may recall her son Rolf at the station many years; she was also the founder of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel.
7-Clark Kent’s go-to spot for change-over. Phone booth
8-Illusionist know for escape acts, disappearing from locked trunks and such. Harry Houdini
9-Caught up in a whirlwind, he “disappeared” into the heavens, for good. Yes, it was good. Elijah
10-Mystery writer extraordinaire, she was missing inexplicably for 11 days. When found, she had no clue as to what happened. Agatha Christie