Don’t forget to join Season 103. The first three questions are:
Day 1: Category: Business Magnates An American industrialist, he was also chief developer of the assembly line technique of mass production. He created the first automobile that middle-class Americans could afford, changing the automobile from an expensive curiosity into an affordable conveyance. Early vehicle models were the T-Model or Tin Lizzie and A-Model. Who? _____ Day 2: Category: Countries In the native language it is known as Aotearoa, ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’. An island nation, it comprises Te Ika-a-Māui to the North and Te Waipounamu to the South, together with other smaller islands. Some women of native descent have a moko kauae, a chin tattoo. This country boasts fjords, mountain ranges, volcanoes, lakes, forests and hot springs. Where? _____ Day 3: Category: Ornithology These big birds can be found on all continents except Antarctica. They can hold up to 11 litres of liquid in their beaks -- or more correctly, their 'gular pouches'. No other birds have such a pouch. The island of Alcatraz in San Francisco bay was named for these birds: Isla de los Alcatraces, in Spanish. Which species? _____ And do invite your annoying aunt, your brilliant brother, your clever cousin, your discerning dad, your enlightened electrician, your fastidious friend, your gifted girlfriend, your highbrow hairdresser, your judicious janitor, your keen kitchen helper, your learned librarian, your mischievous mother-in-law, your nimble nanny, your omniscient optician, your perceptive paperboy, your quirky quarry worker, your resourceful reporter, your savvy step-sister, your thoughtful tailor, your understanding uncle, your versatile vicar, your wise waitress, your xenodochial x-ray inspector, your yeasty yard inspector and your zealous zoologist. Game on! Most important rules:
1) No googling!
2) The answer will be revealed after 3 days (except for the last two questions).