Unfortunately, the response to the hunt was very weak this time around. I tried to make it more of a hunt, instead of the Google search-fest it was last week. However, this didn't work well. I will try to find a happy-medium next week. Nevertheless, we still had some response, thus, I have results.
After the jump!
In third place, with a grand total of three points: Pratt!
In second place, with 21 points, we have Tennessee Tyrants!
And in first place, with 30 points, is none other than GoTitansGo!
Thanks to those (3) who participated. Next weeks will have improvements to make sure that we have a great week.
Tier One (1 point):
Where do I work?
What drum do I play?
What simple drum technique is when you hit one stick nearly a millisecond before the next one, while sounding like they are hitting at the same time?
Tier Two (3 points):
What heavy metal bassist died at the age of 38 in 2010?
Paul Gray of Slipknot
What is the percentage of people in the Wimbley's hometown as a ratio to the whole population of the state? (hometown/state)
Who is on the Titans 2012 calendar for June?
Tier Three (5 points):
What former Titans linebacker is pursuing a career in law after spending a few years with the Titans?
Who did Kenny Britt give his first trading card to?
His younger brothers
What Titans Wiki pages did I change?
Chris Hope, Jake Scott, Ahmard Hall, and Keith Bulluck
Tier Four (10 points):
There is a band who published the song "Welcome to the Jungle." This band has a four-man rival band that released its first album in 1981. The guitarist of this rival band has a disease. Who's is this guitarist, and what disease does he have? (This is a two-part question.Five points for getting the guitarist and five for the disease)
Mick Mars of Motley Crue has ankylosing spondylitus