Saturday, April 25, 2009

Mystery Person

OK, here is your picture. Ready, set, GO!

43 comments:

  1. Is it Thor Heyerdahl?

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  2. Anon,
    Congratulations on being the first wrong answer of the day!

    The game is on!

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  3. +JMJ+

    Howard Hughes??

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  4. One of them Wright brothers, eh?

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  5. And the wrong answers keep rolling in.

    Anaon - you are guessing now. NO, not howard hughes or the Wright brothers . . . what, did you think I would make it easy?

    Ray,
    No, not Alfred Lawson

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  6. William,
    Nope, no one named Igor.

    Wow, you guys are really doing terrible. I think maybe I have you this week.
    PJM

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  7. Sergei Sikorsky. His son.

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  8. William,
    My what wild and crazy guessing we have going on here. Nope, it is not Igor, his son, nor his other son.

    WRONG!

    PJM

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  9. Ray,
    Nope, wrong, wrong, wrong.

    Not so easy when it is not a Civil War general, huh?

    I have foiled your plans to win. I have foiled you all! Ha Haaaa Ha.
    PJM

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  10. Guy Gibson? I'm having a hard time with the time period. The clothes don't match the plane.

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  11. Sheila,
    Good morning, and thank you for playing. Unfortunately, the person is not Guy Gibson. Also, it is not Mel Gibson if that was going to be your next guess.
    PJM

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  12. Looks a bit like Curtis Willard.

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  13. My bad, Charles Willard

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  14. Mathan,
    Welcome to the game. Too bad your entry was incorrect.

    I think I have finally stumped you all!
    PJM

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  15. Nate . . . Naaaaate . . . where are you this morning? Afraid to come out and play?

    Ha, you area rank amature afraid to give it a try this morning.
    PJM

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  16. OK, then, how about Glenn L. Martin?

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  17. Tequila Sheila,
    Nope, not Billy Martin.

    Lady Ann,
    Nope, not Glenn Martin.
    Are you not a history teacher? Should you not know this?

    Ha Haaaa Ha.
    PJM

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  18. Kirby,
    Weldome to the game!

    Wrong answer, it is not Cal Rodgers,
    PJM

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  19. Ray,
    Nope, the person i not J.C. Mars. Here is a hint. The person is not named after a planet, if that is the angle you were looking at.
    PJM

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  20. Could it be German rocket scientist Werner Von Braun?

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  21. Debbie,
    Welcome to the game. Your response is incorrect.

    I have stumped you all this time!!!!

    PJM

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  22. Ray,
    I laugh at your pitiful attempts and wild guesses. Once again, you are wrong.

    I have finally succeeded. If no one gets it by 7:00AM Central time on Sunday, I WIN!

    PJM

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  23. William,
    Congratulations on a win in the most difficult contests ever.

    Please let us know how you did it.
    PJM

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  24. By surfing and stumbling across a picture of early aviators. He was a dead ringer right down to the funny looking tie. I feel great today.

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  25. Congratulations William!

    I couldn't believe it when I logged on at 9:30 and the game was still on! We just returned to the house from setting up for our town's art festival. I hustled to research, but was foiled by William's head start. My husband knew Sopwith, "from Sopwith Camel?", right off when I told him the answer. He says he thinks its the one that Snoopy flew against the Red Baron.

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  26. I was beginning to think PJM
    was going to win, thanks to you
    William, he didn't. Good work.

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  27. Here is the photo
    http://www.earlyaviator.com/archive/image5/ProminentAviators.jpg

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  28. Ray,
    Sure rub it in. I am always polite to game participants, and would appreciate the same from you. Watch it, or you might replace Nate as my nemisis.

    Next week, I will prevail. Yes, I will prevail.
    PJM

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  30. Excellent sleuthing William! I couldn't play today, I was going to a "disaster/civil defense" meeting. I normally refuse to go anywhere on Saturday mornings because I have to play "Mystery Person" but I thought this might be a meeting worthy of my time...and it was. :-)

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  31. Yes, PJM, I do teach history - Early Colonial History! BTW, do you know who was the first US president to go up in an aircraft?

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  32. Ah, my guess would be Franklin Roosevelt

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  33. I believe it was his cousin, TR...

    Good job William, BTW...

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  34. Oh great! I go away for a weekend, camping in the wilderness with the Boy Scouts, and I return to find that my sworn opponent has gone shopping for a new nemesis! PJM, will no 'Do a Good Turn Daily' go unpunished?

    For Lady Anne, if you teach Colonial History, I'm sensing that your question is a trick. I'm going to have to guess Thomas Jefferson in a balloon (perhaps in his trip to France).

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