Initial Time We Play A Game With Two Letters For The Second Week After The Fourth Of July

Just in case the guy on KFAN has got his intellectual property ducks in a row with his Kickstarter thing, I will not refer to this game by the same name he has given his version. Instead, this will be the initial time I "host" a game for the second on this platform with the following rules:

1. I will give you two letters (for example, "K.P"). All the items that week will be a two-word answer in which each word begins with letter in the appropriate spot. The answer can be a person, place, thing, or other two-word phrase. For example, if "K.P." are the letters, then one answer might be Kirby Puckett. Another answer might be "Krakow, Poland." And so on.

2. I will provide six clues for each answer. The clues will be provided one-at-a-time.

3. If you believe you know the answer, make a Spoilered guess in the thread. The point will go to whomever correctly identifies the answer first. If you submit an incorrect response, then you can no longer submit for that particular answer.

4. The participant with the most correct answers at the end of the week wins. (If there is a tie, then I will have tiebreakers for only the participants in the tie.)

5. You're going to be on the honor system, but you should not be using the internet or other resources.

The letters will be revealed, and clues for the first phrase will commence at 9:30am.

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116 thoughts on “Initial Time We Play A Game With Two Letters For The Second Week After The Fourth Of July”

  1. Phrase one clues:
    1. May use a hammer
    2. May involve bands
    3. May use cable
    4. May be seated or standing
    5. Risk is a tendon tear

    Final clue at 1015

  2. Phrase one clues:
    1. May use a hammer
    2. May involve bands
    3. May use cable
    4. May be seated or standing
    5. Risk is a tendon tear
    6. Movement starts at the elbows

  3. Phrase three clues:
    1. Patented in 1951
    2. Patent application was for "Classifying Apparatus and Method"
    3. Involves widths and spaces

    Next clue at 900

  4. Phrase three clues:
    1. Patented in 1951
    2. Patent application was for "Classifying Apparatus and Method"
    3. Involves widths and spaces
    4. Not on produce

    Next clue at 910

  5. Phrase four clues:
    1. The last American bomber shot down over Germany in World War II
    2. A comic character
    3. Symbol of anarcho-syndicalists

    Next clue at 1105

  6. Phrase five clues:
    1. May be colorful
    2. Some include pictures
    3. Originated with 15th century Chinese aristocrats
    4. Called a meishi in Japan

    Fifth clue at 910

  7. Phrase six clues:
    1. Originated in World War I
    2. A horror movie with two sequels
    3. Initially a person with all four limbs amputated

    Next clue at 1030

  8. Phrase six clues:
    1. Originated in World War I
    2. A horror movie with two sequels
    3. Initially a person with all four limbs amputated
    4. Reached number one on the alternative charts

    Next clue at 1040

            1. Are #s 1 and 3 related? Because I had a much different understanding of the origin of the phrase.

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          1. It's always nice when that happens (although it's hilarious when I play with my family and someone has been sitting on an answer and then they don't spot it)

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