I have been assured by a retired friend that you can still call trips away "vacations" when one is retired. So we leave for vacation this week. Bill and I will be at Captain Benders and Maria's Taqueria on Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday of this week and next, enjoy Flagship Trivia at Ollies with guest host, Joe Yates. Next Monday, Captain Benders will have the return of Heidi Hanrahan to the host's mic for the first time since the pandemic started. On Tuesday, John Meeker will host at Maria's Taqueria. Remember, these are guest hosts, so if some of the technology isn't 100% right, or something else is off, give them a break, please.
Here are the advance questions for this week. The questions: What type of creature is the ‘tarantula hawk’? In what kind of structure would you find engineering elements such as a batwing, a top hat, a vertical loop, and a hammerhead turn? And the unrelated answers: Grinding Teeth and Quick Response.
I'm leaving on a jet plane! Actually, we're driving, but this week's theme round is airport codes. Every airport in the world has a 3-letter code. I am sticking to just US airports. I will give you the airport code and the state. This should be fairly easy, one of the easiest theme rounds we've presented in a long time. I have not chosen obscure airports. Studying shouldn't be needed.
Enjoy trivia! And remember, don't sink the sub. I might have to create a Broadway or Math theme round! <evil laugh>