Saturday, 31 December 2011 7 Afrika Bambaataa Singles

  1. Planet Rock (1982)
  2. Looking for the Perfect Beat (1982)
  3. Renegades of Funk (1983)
  4. Bambaataa's Theme (1986)
  5. Reckless (1988)
  6. Just Get Up and Dance (1990)
  7. Pupunanny (1994)

Friday, 30 December 2011 7 lizard families

  1. Family Agamidae – Agamid lizards
  2. Family Chamaeleonidae – Chameleons
  3. Family Corytophanidae – Helmet lizards
  4. Family Hoplocercidae – Dwarf and spiny tail iguanas
  5. Family Polychrotidae – Anoles and kin
  6. Family Gekkonidae – Geckos
  7. Family Pygopodidae – Flap-footed lizards

Thursday, 29 December 2011 7 items we purchased today at Steaming Trading

  1. 'Vintage' Salad Servers
  2. Double Hachoir
  3. Silicone Ended Skewer
  4. Mini Cake Tin
  5. Caneware Mixing Bowl
  6. Heavy Duty Deep Bun Tray
  7. Olivewood Spatula

Wednesday, 28 December 2011 7 niche kitchen utensils

  1. Pizza dough docker
  2. Oliver pitter
  3. Lobster forks
  4. Honey spoon
  5. Baked potato rack
  6. Teabag squeezing tongs
  7. Strawberry huller

Tuesday, 27 December 2011 7 songs on our Michael Bublé playlist

  1. I've Got You Under My Skin
  2. A Foggy Day (In London Town)
  3. Feeling Good
  4. Everything
  5. Lost
  6. Quando, Quando, Quando
  7. Me and Mrs. Jones

Monday, 26 December 2011 7 norse valkyries

  1. Brynhildr
  2. Guðr
  3. Kára
  4. Reginleif
  5. Sigrún
  6. Skuld
  7. Þrúðr

Sunday, 25 December 2011 7 things named after Isaac Newton

Happy 369th Birthday Isaac :)

  1. Newton's Cradle
  2. Newton (SI Unit of force)
  3. The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK
  4. XMM-Newton X-ray observatory
  5. Newton Game Dynamics physics engine
  6. Apple Newton
  7. Newton crater, Mars

Saturday, 24 December 2011 7 2chan style emoticons

  1. ( ^_^)o自自o(^_^ ) - Cheers
  2. (´ー`)y-~~ - Smoking
  3. (╬ ಠ益ಠ) - Extreme distaste
  4. ヽ(´▽`)/ - Happy
  5. ˘\(°_o)/˘ - I don't know
  6. (`-´)> - I salute you
  7. (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ - Overloaded, flipping over a table

Friday, 23 December 2011 7 recipes for German food

  1. Sauerkraut
  2. Stollen
  3. Bratwurst
  4. Hendl
  5. Pfefferpotthast
  6. Zwiebelkuchen
  7. Schweinshaxe

Thursday, 22 December 2011 7 unusual state/town laws in USA

  1. Fat people (over 100lb overweight) are not allowed to use swings or other playground equipment in Wyoming
  2. In Salt Lake City, it is illegal to carry an unwrapped ukulele
  3. In Texas it is unlawful to graffiti someone elses cow
  4. You can be fined and/or gaoled for making ugly faces at dogs in Oklahoma
  5. In Toledo it is a crime to throw a reptile at someone
  6. It is illegal to wear an alligator costume in Louisiana
  7. Unmarried women are not allowed to parachute on a Sunday in Florida

Wednesday, 21 December 2011 7 bottled milks we can buy from our milkman

  1. Whole Milk
  2. Semi-Skimmed Milk
  3. 1% Fat Milk
  4. Skimmed Milk
  5. Channel Island Milk
  6. Chocolate Milk
  7. UHT Balance Skimmed Milk

Tuesday, 20 December 2011 7 plays by Euripides

  1. Alcestis
  2. Heracleidae
  3. Andromache
  4. Electra
  5. The Trojan Women
  6. Helen
  7. Cyclops

Monday, 19 December 2011 7 Questions we got right on this week's University Challenge

  1. Lactic Acid
  2. Venus
  3. Lipstick
  4. Mundane
  5. Lycra
  6. Lincoln
  7. Cornea

Sunday, 18 December 2011 7 activities in 'Go Vaction' on the Wii

  1. ATV Racing
  2. Sky Diving
  3. Mini Golf
  4. Pie Throwing
  5. Mole Bashing
  6. Ice Fishing
  7. Glass Harp Playing

Saturday, 17 December 2011 7 themed Lego ranges

  1. Star Wars
  2. Ninjago
  3. Alien Conquest
  4. Pharaoh's Quest
  5. Hero Recon Team
  6. Belville
  7. SpongeBob SquarePants

Friday, 16 December 2011 7 Junior Masterchef champions

  1. Katie Targett-Adams
  2. Jenna Tinson
  3. Lucy Wright
  4. Serena Martin
  5. Curtis Jackson
  6. Dominique Fraser
  7. Georgia Bradford

Thursday, 15 December 2011 7 banks considered 'to big to fail'

  1. Bank of China
  2. Morgan Stanley
  3. Lloyds Banking Group
  4. Deutsche Bank
  5. Barclays
  6. Goldman Sachs
  7. Royal Bank of Scotland

Wednesday, 14 December 2011 7 poor metals

  1. Aluminium
  2. Gallium
  3. Indium
  4. Tin
  5. Thallium
  6. Lead
  7. Bismuth

Tuesday, 13 December 2011 7 replacement words you can insert into Paradise by Coldplay

  1. Parachute
  2. Parapet
  3. Parakeet
  4. Paramour
  5. Paraphrase
  6. Paratrooper
  7. Parasol

Monday, 12 December 2011 7 Questions we got right on this week's University Challenge

  1. Keep Calm and Carry On
  2. Tracey Emin
  3. Stretch Marks
  4. Moon
  5. Macro
  6. Mark Twain
  7. To

Sunday, 11 December 2011 7 most Android app-crazed countries

  1. South Korea
  2. Hong Kong
  3. Taiwan
  4. United States
  5. Singapore
  6. Sweden
  7. Israel

Saturday, 10 December 2011 7 of the most popular seaside towns in England

  1. Blackpool
  2. Brighton
  3. Southend-on-Sea
  4. Skegness
  5. Bournemouth
  6. Torquay
  7. Clacton-on-Sea

Friday, 9 December 2011 7 questions we got right on Mastermind that we accidently watched

  1. Donovan
  2. Ashes to Ashes
  3. Trent Resnor
  4. God Particle
  5. Lithuania
  6. Cornish Pasty
  7. ½p

Thursday, 8 December 2011 7 signs of a concussion

  1. Confusion
  2. Amnesia
  3. Dizziness
  4. Ringing in the ears
  5. Nausea
  6. Slurred speech
  7. Headache

Wednesday, 7 December 2011 7 edible mushrooms

  1. Chanterelle
  2. Funghi Porcini
  3. Maitake
  4. Trompette du Mort
  5. Morel
  6. White Truffle
  7. Saffron Milk Cap

Tuesday, 6 December 2011 7 true parrot tribes

  1. Tribe Psittacini
  2. Tribe Arini
  3. Tribe Micropsittinae
  4. Tribe Platycercini
  5. Tribe Melopsittancini
  6. Tribe Lorini
  7. Tribe Cyclopsittacini

Monday, 5 December 2011 7 Questions we got right on this week's University Challenge

  1. Worm
  2. Mahler
  3. Nematodes
  4. Argentina
  5. Sea of Tranquillity
  6. Goldilocks
  7. J and Z

Sunday, 4 December 2011 7 games Rovio have produced other than the Angry Birds series

  1. Bounce Evolution
  2. Burger Rush
  3. Desert Sniper
  4. Gem Drop
  5. Paid to Kill
  6. Patron Angel
  7. Wolfmoon

Saturday, 3 December 2011 7 movies staring Liam Neeson

  1. Krull
  2. Darkman
  3. Schindler's List
  4. Michael Collins
  5. Taken
  6. Chloe
  7. The A-Team

Friday, 2 December 2011 7 Napoleonic battles

  1. Battle of Rivoli : 14–15 January 1797
  2. Battle of the Pyramids : 21 July 1798
  3. Battle of the Nile : 1–2 August 1798
  4. Battle of Copenhagen : 2 April 1801
  5. Battle of Trafalgar : 21 October 1805
  6. Battle of Landshut : 21 April 1809
  7. Battle of Waterloo : 18 June 1815

Thursday, 1 December 2011 7 bad similes from the Bulwer-Lytton fiction contest

  1. It came down the stairs looking very much like something no one had ever seen before.
  2. Her lips were red and full, like tubes of blood drawn by an inattentive phlebotomist.
  3. The sunset displayed rich, spectacular hues like a .jpeg file at 10 percent cyan, 10 percent magenta, 60 percent yellow and 10 percent black.
  4. Her pants fit her like a glove, well, maybe more like a mitten, actually.
  5. He was deeply in love. When she spoke, he thought he heard bells, as if she were a garbage truck backing up.
  6. The young fighter had a hungry look, the kind you get from not eating for a while.
  7. He felt like he was being hunted down like a dog, in a place that hunts dogs, I suppose.

Wednesday, 30 November 2011 7 internet memes

  1. Leeroy Jenkins
  2. Rage Comics
  3. Dramatic Chipmunk
  4. LOLCats
  5. Nope! Chuck Testa
  6. Demotivational Posters
  7. Fenton!

Tuesday, 29 November 2011 7 things you need to know in the news this week (according to Linkedin)

  1. What Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, And SAP Don't Tell Customers
  2. Peggy Noonan On Steve Jobs And Why Big Companies Die
  3. The 25 Worst Passwords of 2011 Revealed
  4. Watch Steve Jobs brainstorm with the NeXT team in this fascinating video
  5. Steve Ballmer's Nightmare: How Microsoft's Business Actually Could Collapse
  6. Firms 'ill prepared for IT failure'
  7. With Its $100M Acquisition Of VideoSurf, Microsoft’s Video Search Now Has Big Potential

Monday, 28 November 2011 7 Questions we got right on this week's University Challenge

  1. Coleridge
  2. Tapas
  3. Renoir
  4. Titan
  5. Humidity
  6. Space 1999
  7. If

Sunday, 27 November 2011 7 plants from the mint family (Lamiaceae)

  1. Pennyroyal
  2. Patchouli
  3. Catnip
  4. Basil
  5. Horehound
  6. Lemon Balm
  7. Bergamot

Saturday, 26 November 2011 7 notable Hughs/Huws

  1. Hugh Jackman - Actor
  2. Hugh Hefner - Publisher
  3. Hugh Grant - Actor
  4. Huw Edwards - Broadcaster
  5. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall - Chef
  6. Hugh Lofting - Author
  7. Huw Wood - Teacher/Neighbour

Friday, 25 November 2011 7 songs with Friday in the title

  1. Friday I'm in Love - The Cure
  2. Friday Night, Saturday Morning - The Specials
  3. Good Friday - The Black Crowes
  4. Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) - Katy Perry
  5. Get 'em Out by Friday - Genesis
  6. Friday Night, August 14th - Funkadelic
  7. Friday - Rebecca Black

Thursday, 24 November 2011 7 bitizens in my Tiny Tower

  1. Jerry West
  2. Carlos Grey
  3. Lillian Murray
  4. Penny Lawson
  5. Kurt Neal
  6. Hilda Jones
  7. Monica Duncan

Wednesday, 23 November 2011 7 novels by Stanisław Lem

  1. Man From Mars
  2. The Magellanic Cloud
  3. Eden
  4. Solaris
  5. Fisaco
  6. Memoirs Found in a Bathtub
  7. Peace on Earth

Tuesday, 22 November 2011 7 forms of carbon

  1. Diamond
  2. Graphite
  3. Charcoal
  4. Coal
  5. Graphine
  6. Fullerene

Monday, 21 November 2011 7 Questions we got right on this week's University Challenge

  1. Belarus
  2. H R Giger
  3. Bismark
  4. Myxomatosis
  5. Ness
  6. Henry
  7. Duck

Sunday, 20 November 2011 7 fungi we saw on our walk today

Saturday, 19 November 2011 7 venomous fish

  1. Red velvetfish
  2. Stingray
  3. Pufferfish
  4. Weedy scorpionfish
  5. Stargazer
  6. Bullrout
  7. Stonefish

Friday, 18 November 2011 7 long haired cat breeds

  1. Norwegian Forest Cat
  2. Persian
  3. Maine Coon
  4. Javanese
  5. Cymric
  6. Balinese
  7. Somali

Thursday, 17 November 2011 7 WRC rally teams

  1. M-Sport Stobart Ford World Rally Team - Ford Fiesta RS WRC
  2. Van Merksteijn Motorsport - Citroën DS3 WRC
  3. Team Therminator - Mini John Cooper Works WRC
  4. Volkswagen Motorsport - Škoda Fabia S2000
  5. Team Quinta do Lorde - Ford Fiesta RS WRC
  6. ICE 1 Racing - Citröen DS3 WRC
  7. Equipe de France FFSA - Mini John Cooper Works WRC

Wednesday, 16 November 2011 7 ancient Chinese dynasties

  1. Three Sovereigns and the Five Emperors - 3500-2070 BCE
  2. Xia Dynasty - 2070–1600 BCE
  3. Shang Dynasty - 1600–1029 BCE
  4. Western Zhou Dynasty - 1029–771 BCE
  5. Eastern Zhou Dynasty - 770-256 BCE
  6. Qin Dynasty - 221–206 BCE
  7. Western Han Dynasty - 206 BCE–9 CE

Tuesday, 15 November 2011 7 microprocessors

  1. Intel 4004
  2. Texas Instruments TMS 1000
  3. Zilog Z80
  4. Intel 80286
  5. Motorola 68000
  6. MIPS R2000
  7. Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9775

Monday, 14 November 2011 7 Questions we got right on this week's University Challenge

  1. Colin Firth
  2. Florence Nightingale
  3. Charles Darwin
  4. Nicolaus Copernicus
  5. Henry Moore
  6. Anish Kapoor
  7. Nose/Noose

Sunday, 13 November 2011 7 comics I remember from my childhood

  1. Whizzer and Chips
  2. Whoopee!
  3. Cheeky
  4. 2000AD
  5. The Beano
  6. The Dandy
  7. Viz

Saturday, 12 November 2011 7 Italian radio stations

  1. Radio Popolare
  2. Radio Padania Libera
  3. Radio Dimensione Suono
  4. Radio Italia Solo Musica Italiana
  5. Rai FD5 Auditorium
  6. Radio Kiss Kiss
  7. Radio Vaticana 105 Live

Friday, 11 November 2011 7 members of S Club 7

  1. Rachel Stevens
  2. Bradley McIntosh
  3. Jo O'Meara
  4. Jon Lee
  5. Paul Cattermole
  6. Tina Barrett
  7. Hannah Spearritt

Thursday, 10 November 2011 7 defunct British soap operas

  1. Albion Market (1985–1986)
  2. Take the High Road (1980–2003)
  3. Eldorado (1992–1993)
  4. Howards' Way (1985–1990)
  5. The Bill (1983, 1984–2010)
  6. Triangle (1981–1983)
  7. Emergency – Ward 10 (1957–1967)

Wednesday, 9 November 2011 7 types of middle eastern rug

  1. Afshar
  2. Bakhtiara
  3. Dorukhsh
  4. Polonaise
  5. Serab
  6. Birjand
  7. Ainabad

Tuesday, 8 November 2011 7 Questions we got right on this week's University Challenge

  1. Saturn
  2. Spruce
  3. Star Anise
  4. Francis Bacon
  5. Mongolia
  6. Urdu
  7. 997

Monday, 7 November 2011 7 angry birds

  1. Cardinal Bird
  2. Yellow Woodpecker
  3. White Chicken
  4. Boomerang Bird
  5. Splitter Bird
  6. Big Brother Bird
  7. Globe Bird

Sunday, 6 November 2011 7 unusual keyboard instruments

  1. Panharmonicon
  2. Mellotron
  3. Doppio Borgato
  4. Fotdella
  5. Flutina
  6. Apollonicon
  7. Orphéal

Saturday, 5 November 2011 7 firework effects

  1. Multi-break shells
  2. Ground bloom flower
  3. Kamuro
  4. Spider
  5. Bangal fire
  6. Cake
  7. Horsetail

Friday, 4 November 2011 7 of Clive Barker's Books of Blood

  1. Rawhead Rex
  2. Son of Celluloid
  3. The Forbidden
  4. The Body Politic
  5. The Yattering and Jack
  6. New Murders in the Rue Morgue
  7. The Inhuman Condition

Thursday, 3 November 2011 7 bluetooth speakers

  1. Jawbone Jambox
  2. Creative D200 Portable speaker
  3. Monster Clarity HD High Performance Bluetooth Speaker
  4. Altec Lansing inMotion Air Universal Bluetooth Wireless Speaker
  5. Boombasstic Bluetooth Stereo Speaker
  6. The GEAR4 BlackBox
  7. Logitech Mini Boombox

Wednesday, 2 November 2011 7 stage names I would consider

  1. Michael Rymer
  2. Stamen Voshloo
  3. Seymore Brands
  4. Alan Packer
  5. Craig Hooper
  6. Miles High
  7. Gene Science

Tuesday, 1 November 2011 7 types of lizard

  1. Skinks
  2. Geckos
  3. Chameleons
  4. Agamas
  5. Iguanas
  6. Anoles
  7. Whiptails

Monday, 31 October 2011 7 Questions we got right on this week's University Challenge

  1. New South Wales
  2. Pulsars
  3. Holst
  4. Crab
  5. Corsica
  6. Margo Fonteyn
  7. Rye

Sunday, 30 October 2011 7 seven seater cars

  1. Jeep Commander
  2. Hyundi Santa Fe
  3. Kia Carens
  4. Ford C-Max
  5. Chevrolet Captiva
  6. Ssangyong Rodius
  7. Audi Q7

Saturday, 29 October 2011 7 service stations on the M1

  1. London Gateway services - J2/3
  2. Toddington services - J11/12
  3. Newport Pagnell services - J14/15
  4. Northampton services - J15a
  5. Watford Gap services - J16/17
  6. Leicester Forest East services - J21/21a
  7. Donington Park services - J23a/24

Friday, 28 October 2011 7 sculptures by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi

  1. Monument du Général Rapp - Colmar, Luxembourg
  2. Fontaine Bartholdi - Lyon, France
  3. The Bartholdi Fountain - Washington DC, USA
  4. The Lion of Belfort - Belfort, France
  5. Equestrian statue of Vercingetorix - Clermont-Ferrand, France
  6. Lafayette and Washington Monument - Paris, France
  7. Statue of Liberty - New York, USA

Thursday, 27 October 2011 7 whiskey distilleries in Scotland

  1. Bruichladdich, Isle of Islay
  2. Cragganmore, Speyside
  3. Edradour, Pitlochry
  4. Glengoyne, Dumgoyne
  5. Glen Moray, Elgin
  6. Kilchoman, Kilchoman
  7. Tobermory, Isle of Mull

Wednesday, 26 October 2011 7 evil exes from Scott Pilgrim vs the World

  1. Matthew Patel
  2. Lucas Lee
  3. Todd Ingram
  4. Roxanne "Roxie" Richter
  5. Kyle Katayanagi
  6. Ken Katayanagi
  7. Gideon Gordon Graves

Tuesday, 25 October 2011 7 Questions we got right on this week's University Challenge

  1. Denmark
  2. Henry VIII
  3. Diamond
  4. Sutton Hoo
  5. Al Gore
  6. October
  7. Hard

Monday, 24 October 2011 7 video game antagonists

  1. Pyramid Head - Silent Hill
  2. G-Man - Half Life
  3. Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnick - Sonic the Hedgehog
  4. LeChuk - Monkey Island
  5. Shodan - System Shock
  6. Alma - F.E.A.R.
  7. Purple Tentacle - Day of the Tentacle

Sunday, 23 October 2011 7 types of chair leg

  1. Louis XIV carved cabriole leg with scrolling toes
  2. George II leaf-carved cabriole leg with ball-and-claw foot
  3. William IV short acanthus-carved leg
  4. Regency ring-turned leg with brass caster
  5. Victorian Gothic turned tapered leg with ceramic caster
  6. Louis XVI turned and fluted leg with toupie foot
  7. Neo-Classical tapering leaf motif leg with ball foot

Saturday, 22 October 2011 7 poisonous mushrooms

  1. Amanita Muscaria (Fly Agaric)
  2. Amanita Pantherina (Panther Cap)
  3. Chlorophyllum molybdites (False Parasol)
  4. Tricholoma Pardinum (Tigertop)
  5. Hypholoma Fasciculare (Sulphur Tuft)
  6. Boletus Satanas (Satan's Mushroom)
  7. Russula emetica (The Sickener)

Friday, 21 October 2011 7 most frequently vandalised Literature Wikipedia pages

  1. Diary of a Wimpy Kid
  2. Dr Seuss
  3. George Orwell
  4. H. G. Wells
  5. Harper Lee
  6. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
  7. Much Ado About Nothing

Thursday, 20 October 2011 7 tyre manufacturers

  1. Pirelli
  2. Bridgestone
  3. Michelin
  4. Goodyear
  5. Continental
  6. Dunlop
  7. Lego

Wednesday, 19 October 2011 7 notable gingers

  1. Chris Evans
  2. Prince Harry
  3. Cilla Black
  4. Neil Kinnock
  5. Nicola Roberts
  6. Shirley Manson
  7. Tori Amos

Tuesday, 18 October 2011 7 country classic

  1. All My Ex's (Live in Texas) - Sanger D. Shafer
  2. The Gambler - Kenny Rodgers
  3. I Fall To Pieces - Patsy Cline
  4. Country Roads - John Denver
  5. Who's Sorry Now - Connie Francis
  6. Stand By Your Man - Tammy Wynette
  7. Ring of Fire - Johnny Cash

Monday, 17 October 2011 7 questions we got right on this weeks University Challenge

  1. Faraday
  2. Magna Carta
  3. Abbey Road
  4. Flue/Flute
  5. Beijing
  6. Australia
  7. 3 Front 1 Back

Sunday, 16 October 2011 7 lights in our garden

Saturday, 15 October 2011 7 types of window

  1. Bay Window
  2. French Window
  3. Dormer Window
  4. Jalousie Window
  5. Clerestory Window
  6. Oriel Window
  7. Transom Window

Friday, 14 October 2011 7 Anemones

  1. Anemone coronaria - Poppy Anemone
  2. Anemone nemorosa – European Wood Anemone
  3. Anemone rivularis – Riverside Windflower
  4. Anemone ranunculoides – Yellow Woodland Anemone
  5. Anemone hupehensis – Chinese Anemone
  6. Anemone occidentalis – Western Pasqueflower
  7. Anemone blanda – Greek Windflower

Thursday, 13 October 2011 7 Breakfast cereal advertising characters

  1. Tony the Tiger
  2. Coco Monkey
  3. Snap, Crackle and Pop
  4. Honey Monster
  5. Cornelius Rooster
  6. Loopy Bee
  7. Professor Weeto

Wednesday, 12 October 2011 7 Gaulish and Brythonic deities

  1. Thamesis - Goddess of the River Thames
  2. Robor - God of oak trees
  3. Moritasgus - Healing badger god
  4. Coventina - Goddess of wells and springs
  5. Debranua - Goddess of speed and fat
  6. Borvo - God of mineral and hot springs
  7. Abellio - God of apple trees

Tuesday, 11 October 2011 7 Liqueurs

  1. Frangelico - Hazelnuts and Herbs
  2. Creme de Violette - Cream and Violets
  3. Lillehammer - Lingonberry
  4. Bajtra - Prickly Pear
  5. Limoncello - Lemon
  6. Goldschläger - Cinnamon and Gold Leaf
  7. Kümmel - Caraway Seed, Cumin and Fennel

Monday, 10 October 2011 7 questions we got right on this week's University Challenge

Unfortunately it's almost impossible to write down the questions as they tend to be over long (or interrupted), so make up your own questions :)

  1. Anaphylactic shock
  2. Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  3. Iceland
  4. Carbonic Acid
  5. Double Century
  6. Julienne
  7. 1

Sunday, 9 October 2011 7 drivers who have won back to back Formula 1 grand prix championships

  1. Alberto Ascari 1952-1953
  2. Jack Brabham 1959-1960
  3. Alain Prost 1985-1986
  4. Ayrton Senna 1990-1991
  5. Mika Häkkinen 1998-1999
  6. Fernando Alonso 2005-2006
  7. Sebastian Vettel 2010-2011

Saturday, 8 October 2011 7 Kuiper belt objects

  1. Pluto
  2. Makemake
  3. Haumea
  4. Charon
  5. Orcus
  6. Quaoar
  7. Ixion

Friday, 7 October 2011 7 female Nobel Peace Prize Laureates

  1. 1905 - Bertha von Suttner
  2. 1931 - Jane Addams
  3. 1946 - Emily Greene Balch
  4. 1979 - Mother Teresa
  5. 1997 - Jody Williams
  6. 2004 - Wangari Muta Maathai
  7. 2011 - Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Thursday, 6 October 2011 7 Pixar Movies

  1. Toy Story (1995)
  2. A Bug's Life (1998)
  3. Monsters, Inc (2001)
  4. Finding Nemo (2003)
  5. The Incredibles (2004)
  6. Cars (2006)
  7. WALL-E (2008)

Wednesday, 5 October 2011 7 random wikipedia pages

Thanks to Elephino for today's list :)

  1. The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, Inc.
  2. Pavel Holubář
  3. Hank Bell
  4. Ray Lewis
  5. Let's Kiss and Make Up
  6. Stenodactylus Petrii
  7. People's Front of Yugoslavia

Tuesday, 4 October 2011 7 animals that have been into space

  1. Albert II - Rhesus Monkey - V2, 1949
  2. Tsygan - Dog - R-1 IIIA-1, 1951
  3. Laika - Dog - Sputnik 2, 1957
  4. Hector - Rat - Veronique AGI24, 1961
  5. Félicette - Cat - Véronique AG1, 1963
  6. Enos - Chimpanzee - Mercury-Atlas 5, 1961
  7. Arabella - Garden Spider - Skylab 3, 1972

Monday, 3 October 2011 7 QUESTIONS WE GOT RIGHT IN THIS WEEK'S UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE

  1. Thomas Edison
  2. Northanger Abbey
  3. 99 Red Balloons
  4. Iona
  5. Atlantic
  6. Universe
  7. Smoked Edam

Sunday, 2 October 2011 7 film noir movies

  1. Angels Over Broadway
  2. Out of the Fog
  3. The Maltese Falcon
  4. Whispering Footsteps
  5. Double Indemnity
  6. The House on 92nd Street
  7. The Dark Mirror

Saturday, 1 October 2011 7 characters from Grand Theft Auto Vice City

  1. Tommy Vercetti
  2. Colonel Juan Garcia Cortez
  3. "Big" Mitch Baker
  4. Avery Carrington
  5. Lance VAnce
  6. Ken Rosenberg
  7. Auntie Poulet

Friday, 30 September 2011 7 primates

  1. Chimpanzees
  2. Gorillas
  3. Orangutans
  4. Gibbons
  5. Tarsiers
  6. Macaques
  7. Humans

Thursday, 29 September 2011 7 poker variants

  1. Texas Hold'em
  2. Follow the Queen
  3. Oxford Stud
  4. High Chicago
  5. Stud Horse
  6. Countdown
  7. Billabong

Wednesday, 28 September 2011 7 wool brands

  1. Sirdar
  2. Debbie Bliss
  3. Noro
  4. Woolcraft
  5. DMC
  6. King Cole
  7. Lion Brand

Tuesday, 27 September 2011 7 games that have kept us up till the wee hours of the morning

  1. Quake
  2. Eye of the Beholder
  3. Darkseed
  4. Troddlers
  5. Diablo II
  6. Pinball Fantasies
  7. Megalomania

Monday, 26 September 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Bubbles
  2. Ho Chi Minh
  3. Particle
  4. Mayans
  5. 100 years old
  6. Yellowstone
  7. Friend of the Earth

Sunday, 25 September 2011 7 British Almshouses

  1. Vachel Almshouses, Reading
  2. Tollemache Almshouses, Nantwich
  3. Merchant Venturers Almshouses, Bristol
  4. Williams' Hospital, Hereford
  5. Faversham Almshouses, Faversham
  6. Great Hospital, Norwich
  7. Ewelme Hospital, Ewelme

Saturday, 24 September 2011 7 sub atomic particles

  1. Tau Neutrinos
  2. Charm Quarks
  3. Gluons
  4. Gravitons
  5. Photons
  6. W Bosons
  7. Muons

Friday, 23 September 2011 7 lesser known Muppets

  1. Lew Zealand
  2. Dr Julius Strangepork
  3. Marvin Suggs
  4. Mildred Huxtetter
  5. Sweetums
  6. Link Hogthrob
  7. Foo-Foo

Thursday, 22 September 2011 7 19th Century Chefs

  1. Auguste Escoffier
  2. Antoine Beauvilliers
  3. Urbain Dubois
  4. Charles Ranhofer
  5. Alexis Soyer
  6. Antonin Carême
  7. Joseph Favre

Wednesday, 21 September 2011 7 buildings by Christopher Wren

  1. Sheldonian Theatre - Oxford
  2. St Paul's Cathedral - London
  3. Temple Bar - London
  4. Trinity College Library - Cambridge
  5. Marlborough House - London
  6. St Bride's Church - London
  7. Hampton Court Palace - London

Tuesday, 20 September 2011 7 types of pastry

  1. Puff Pastry
  2. Choux Pastry
  3. Filo Pastry
  4. Suet Crust Pastry
  5. Shortcrust Pastry
  6. Flaky Pastry
  7. Pate Sucree Pastry

Monday, 19 September 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Mr McGreggor
  2. Ectopic
  3. Cane Toad
  4. Junction
  5. Escape Velocity
  6. North and South Korea
  7. 404

Sunday, 18 September 2011 7 sukoku variants

  1. Consecutive Sudoku
  2. Samurai
  3. Sohei
  4. Hexudoku
  5. Killer
  6. Kakuro
  7. Toroidal Sudoku

Saturday, 17 September 2011 7 monarchs of Carthage

  1. Dido 814-760 BC
  2. Mago I 550-530 BC
  3. Hasdrubal I - 530-510 BC
  4. Hamilcar I 510-480 BC
  5. Hannibal I - 440-406 BC
  6. Hanno the Great 340-337 BC
  7. Bomilcar 309-308 BC

Friday, 16 September 2011 7 of the X-Men

  1. Boom-Boom
  2. Doctor Nemesis
  3. Moonstar
  4. Namor the Sub-Mariner
  5. Sunspot
  6. Cannonball
  7. Hepzibah

Thursday, 15 September 2011 7 years from Science Fiction timelines

  1. 2012 - A virus turns 99.9% of the world's population into vampires. (I am Legend)
  2. 2037 - The moon is destroyed (The Time Machine)
  3. 2063 - The first warp drive in the Star Trek universe is launched by Zefram Cochrane (Star Trek: First Contact)
  4. 2099 - Machine forces overtake human armies and capture survivors and civilians for experimentation (The Matrix)
  5. 2122 - The USCSS Nostromo makes a fateful pit stop on unsurveyed planet LV-426 (Alien)
  6. 2263 - Bruce Willis saves the World with a bandaged Mila Jovovich (The 5th Element)
  7. 2491 - Buck Rogers discovers that the disco phenomenon has survived 500 years (Buck Rogers)

Wednesday, 14 September 2011 7 books by Dr Seuss

  1. I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew
  2. The Butter Battle Book
  3. Great Day for Up!
  4. Hop on Pop
  5. Fox in Socks
  6. Green Eggs and Ham
  7. The Lorax

Tuesday, 13 September 2011 7 military ranks held by Queen Elizabeth II

  1. Commander in Chief of the Royal Candadian Air Force
  2. Head of the New Zealand Defence Force
  3. Captain in the Women's Royal Army Corps
  4. Commander in Chief of the British Armed Forces
  5. Lord High Admiral of the Royal Navy
  6. Junior Commander in the Auxiliary Territorial Service
  7. Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps

Monday, 12 September 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Potato
  2. Beyonce
  3. Nobel Peace Prize
  4. The Time Machine
  5. Willow
  6. Yarn
  7. Dolly

Sunday, 11 September 2011 7 species of Eucalyptus

  1. Twertup Mallet (Eucalyptus arborella)
  2. Woolybutt (Eucalyptus miniata)
  3. Red Tingle (Eucalyptus jacksonii)
  4. Silver-topped Gimlet (Eucalyptus campaspe)
  5. Diehard Stringybark (Eucalyptus cameronii)
  6. Bogong Gum (Eucalyptus chapmaniana)
  7. Jinjulu (Eucalyptus glomerosa)

Saturday, 10 September 2011 7 years with the most north Atlantic hurricanes

  1. 2005 - 15
  2. 2010 - 12
  3. 1969 - 12
  4. 1887 - 11
  5. 1950 - 11
  6. 1998 - 11
  7. 1995 - 10

Friday, 9 September 2011 7 ruminants who's singular and plural forms are the same

  1. Sheep
  2. Bison
  3. Elk
  4. Deer
  5. Moose
  6. Buffalo
  7. Carribou

Thursday, 8 September 2011 7 pre Euro European Currencies

  1. Estonian Kroon
  2. Greek Drachm
  3. Dutch Gulden
  4. Slovak Koruna
  5. Austrian Shilling
  6. Portuguese Escudos
  7. Slovenian Tolar

Wednesday, 7 September 2011 7 'for dummies' books

  1. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy For Dummies
  2. String Theory for Dummies
  3. Growing Your Own Fruit & Veg for Dummies
  4. Relationships for Dummies
  5. How to Fix Everything for Dummies
  6. Criminology for Dummies
  7. Knitting for Dummies
  8. Hacking for Dummies

Tuesday, 6 September 2011 7 islets in the Cocos Islands

  1. Pulau Wa-idas (Ampang Minor)
  2. Pulau Beras (Prison Island)
  3. Pulau Pandan (Misery Island)
  4. Pulau Siput (Goat Island)
  5. Pulau Maria (West Cay)
  6. Pulau Wak Bangka (Turtle Island)
  7. Pulau Cheplok (Gooseberry Island)

Monday, 5 September 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Milky Way
  2. 1968
  3. Frogs
  4. Velociraptor
  5. Pride and Prejudice
  6. Tycoon
  7. Luxembourg

Sunday, 4 September 2011 7 prehistoric supercontinents

  1. Gondwana (300-30 million years ago)
  2. Laurasia (300-60 million years ago)
  3. Pangaea (300-180 million years ago)
  4. Euramerica (300 million years ago)
  5. Oldredia (418-380 million years ago)
  6. Pannotia (600-540 million years ago)
  7. Rodinia (1.1 billion - 750 million years ago)

Saturday, 3 September 2011 7 canadian ice hockey teams

  1. Montreal Canadiens
  2. Ottawa Senators
  3. Toronto Maple Leafs
  4. Winnipeg Jets
  5. Calgary Flames
  6. Vancouver Canucks
  7. Edmonton Oilers

Friday, 2 September 2011 7 game themes featuring in a classical concert given by the London Philharmonic Orchestra

  1. Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2: Theme
  2. Dead Space
  3. Halo 3
  4. Legend of Zelda
  5. Bioshock
  6. Grand Theft Auto
  7. Angry Birds

Thursday, 1 September 2011 7 Hindu deities

  1. Ganesha
  2. Krishna
  3. Vishnu
  4. Shiva
  5. Brahma
  6. Durga
  7. Lakshmi

Wednesday, 31 August 2011 7 of the nightbreed (Clive Barker)

  1. Peloquin
  2. Narcisse
  3. Ashberry
  4. Rachel
  5. Pettine
  6. Kinski
  7. Ohnaka

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 7 types of bread

  1. Brioche
  2. Focaccia
  3. Soda Bread
  4. Stromboli
  5. Pumpernickel
  6. Zopf
  7. Pita

Monday, 29 August 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Van Gogh
  2. Suzuka
  3. Julian
  4. Prostrate/Prostate
  5. York
  6. Descartes
  7. 3

Sunday, 28 August 2011 7 music festivals over the August bank holiday (26th-29th)

  1. Reading Festival
  2. Towersey Village Festival
  3. Strawberry Fields Festival
  4. Guitarfest IV
  5. Limetree Festival
  6. Congleton Jazz And Blues Festival
  7. Festinho

Saturday, 27 August 2011 7 fault lines

  1. North Anatolian Fault, Turkey
  2. Liquine-Ofqui Fault, Chile
  3. Chaman Fault, Pakistan/Afghanistan
  4. San Jacinto Fault, USA
  5. Itoigawa-Shizuoka, Japan
  6. Macquarie Fault, New Zealand/Indonesia
  7. Chixoy-Polochic Fault, Central America

Friday, 26 August 2011 7 unusual buildings

  1. The Crooked House, Sopot, Poland
  2. The Basket Building, Ohio, USA
  3. Kunsthaus, Graz, Austria
  4. House Attack, Viena, Austria
  5. Stone House, Guimarães, Portugal
  6. The Church of Hallgrimur, Reykjavik, Iceland
  7. The National Library, Minsk, Belarus

Thursday, 25 August 2011 7 types of telescope

  1. Refracting Telescope
  2. Very Long Baseline Interferometry Telescope
  3. Wolter Telescope
  4. Neutrino Telescope
  5. High Energy Particle Telescope
  6. Gravitational Wave Detector Telescope
  7. Sub-millimetre Telescope

Wednesday, 24 August 2011 7 species of Frogmouth

  1. Tawny Frogmouth
  2. Marbled Frogmouth
  3. Dulit Frogmouth
  4. Gould's Frogmouth
  5. Javan Frogmouth
  6. Sunda Frogmouth
  7. Cinnamon Frogmouth

Tuesday, 23 August 2011 7 Tarts

  1. Tarte Tatin
  2. Bakewell Tart
  3. Quiche
  4. Zwiebelkuchen
  5. Custard Tart
  6. Pastel de Nata
  7. Neenish Tart

Monday, 22 August 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Yellow
  2. Grieg
  3. Nymph
  4. Chile
  5. Cotton
  6. Roman Abramovich
  7. Geoffrey Chaucer

Sunday, 21 August 2011 7 English words commonly accepted as having no perfect rhyme

  1. Angst
  2. Gulf
  3. Monster
  4. Neutron
  5. Ninth
  6. Filmed
  7. Bulb

Saturday, 20 August 2011 7 words/phrases which are incorrect in common English usage

  1. Ciabattas - The plural is Ciabatte
  2. Aquariums - The Latin plural is Aquaria
  3. Salsa sauce - Salsa is Spanish for sauce
  4. A piece of data - Data is the plural form of datum
  5. 1 Pinini, 2 Pininis - Pinini is already the plural form, with Pinino the singular
  6. Agendas - As agenda is Latin for 'Things to be done' you cannot pluralize it
  7. Rhinoceri/Rhinoceruses - The Latin plural is Rhinocerontes

Friday, 19 August 2011 7 characters played by Vincent Price

  1. King Charles II - Hudson's Bay
  2. Cardinal Richelieu - The Three Musketeers
  3. Professor Henry Jarrod - House of Wax
  4. Roderick Usher - The Fall of the House of Usher
  5. Dr. Erasmus Craven - The Raven
  6. Felix Manderville - House of a Thousand Dolls
  7. The Inventor - Edward Scissorhands

Thursday, 18 August 2011 7 Linux landmarks

  1. April 1991 - Linus Torvalds began working on his own operating system kernel.
  2. May 1992 - The first distribution of Linux, Softlanding Linux, is shipped.
  3. July 1993 - Slackware Linux, the first commercial Linux is launched.
  4. March 1994 - Linus Torvalds releases kernel versioon 1.0
  5. November 1998 - Microsoft lawyers present a box of Red Hat Linux at its antitust lawsuit, as evidence that Windows did not represent a monopoly on the OS market
  6. October 2004 - Canonical release Ubuntu 4.1 (Warty Warthog) with a six-month release cycle
  7. November 2007 - The Open Handset Alliance announces a preview version and SDK of Android

Wednesday, 17 August 2011 7 ingredients of Tiger Balm

  1. Menthol
  2. Peppermint Oil
  3. Camphor
  4. Cajuput Oil
  5. Clove Oil
  6. Cassia Oil
  7. NH3 Solution (Ammonia)

Tuesday, 16 August 2011 7 zombie movies

  1. Night of the Living Dead
  2. Return of the Living Dead
  3. Zombie Flesh Eaters
  4. 28 Days Later...
  5. The Serpent and the Rainbow
  6. Army of Darkness
  7. Shaun of the Dead

Monday, 15 August 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Croydon
  2. Harpies
  3. Mead
  4. Argon
  5. Feather
  6. Catherine Parr
  7. David Cameron - Benny Hill

Sunday, 14 August 2011 7 UK Art Deco Buildings

  1. Battersea Power Station, London
  2. Shell Mex House, London
  3. The Rex Cinema, Berkhamsted
  4. Daily Express Building, Manchester
  5. Beresford Hotel, Glasgow
  6. Luma Tower, Glasgow
  7. Senate House (UCL), London

Saturday, 13 August 2011 7 species of owl

  1. Maned Owl (Jubula lettii)
  2. Spectacled Owl (Pulsatrix perspicillata)
  3. Bare-Legged Owl (Gymnoglaux lawrencii)
  4. Elf Owl (Micrathene whitneyi)
  5. Common Barn Owl (Tyto alba)
  6. Crested Owl (Lophostrix cristata)
  7. Little Owl (Athene noctua)

Friday, 12 August 2011 7 letters from Tibet, the (Tangerine Dream)

  1. The Red Blood Connection
  2. The Orange Breath
  3. The Golden Heart
  4. The Green Land
  5. The Blue Pearl
  6. The Indigo Clouds
  7. The Purple Of All Curtains

Thursday, 11 August 2011 7 types of bird feather

  1. Contour feathers
  2. Semiplume feathers
  3. Filoplume feathers
  4. Down feathers
  5. Powder down feathers
  6. Bristle feathers
  7. Flight feathers

Wednesday, 10 August 2011 7 quotes about the riots and looting in England

  1. "Currys emptied of all its contents. Waterstones untouched. Maybe if you read the odd book you wouldn't be such a bunch of arseholes"
  2. "The UK riots are not revolutionary.In a revolution you bring down a corrupted elite,not your hardworking neighbours"
  3. "The Youth of the Middle East rise up for basic freedoms.The Youth of London rise up for a HD ready 42" Plasma TV"
  4. "31-year-old teacher pleads guilty to being a rioter/looter. And we wonder why kids turn out bad and uneducated?"
  5. "The London riots weren't just about looting, they were about..Nah it was just about looting"
  6. "The pen maybe mightier than the sword but its truly encouraging to see the Yard Brush being mightier than the Petrol Bomb"
  7. "No one's stopping me, why pass up free stuff"

Tuesday, 9 August 2011 7 Samurai

  1. Kambei Shimada (島田勘兵衛)
  2. Katsushirō Okamoto (岡本勝四郎)
  3. Gorōbei Katayama (片山五郎兵衛)
  4. Shichirōji (七郎次)
  5. Heihachi Hayashida (林田平八)
  6. Kyūzō (久蔵)
  7. Kikuchiyo (菊千代)

Monday, 8 August 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Taekwondo
  2. Poland
  3. Teleportation
  4. Paragraph
  5. Ear
  6. Titanic
  7. 1000

Sunday, 7 August 2011 7 tuberous root vegetables

  1. Yam - Cyperus Esculentus
  2. Potato - Solanum Tuberosum
  3. Jerusalem Artichoke - Helianthus Tuberosus
  4. Kembili - Plectranthus Edulis
  5. Tigernut - Cyperus Esculentus
  6. Mashua - Tropaeolum Tuberosum
  7. Oca - Oxalis Tuberosa

Saturday, 6 August 2011 7 minor characters from The Big Bang Theory

  1. Captain Sweatpants
  2. Venkatesh Koothrappali
  3. Kurt
  4. Barry Kripke
  5. Mary Cooper
  6. Dr. Eric Gablehauser
  7. Zack Johnson

Friday, 5 August 2011 7 bad translations after 30 itterations

This list has been generated by translating an English phrase back and forth 30 times into random languages, using Google and Bing translators
(Original - Google / Bing)

  1. The swordfish is a large saltwater fish - Svordfish big fish / Fish and rice return type.
  2. If we could only understand them, cats would be fascinating - If we can understand the draw cats / We are aware that we are higher if the Board of appeal
  3. The prickles on hedgehogs pick up a great many leaves - Aris Remove page number / Hedgehog should be high
  4. Mixing paints can be a delicate and time consuming pursuit - Color mixing can be difficult and require long-term / A mixture of terror and instability for a long time
  5. Keyboards differ greatly depending on the country in which you purchase them - You can buy it very difficult for you / According to his piano in the middle. Either way?
  6. If a tree falls in a wood and nobody is there to hear it, does it still make a sound - Tree falls in the forest and all the vocals, no / The waterfall can be heard and sound
  7. Primates are amongst the only class of animals on the planet with opposable thumbs - Specific length of the black / Planet of the Apes?

Thursday, 4 August 2011 7 antipopes

An Antipope is a person who opposes a legitimately elected or sitting Pope and makes a significantly accepted competing claim to be the Pope

  1. Novatian: 251-258 CE
  2. John VIII: 844 CE
  3. Boniface VII: 974, 984-985 CE
  4. Honorius II: 1061-1064 CE
  5. Sylvester IV: 1105-1111 CE
  6. Alexander V: 1409-1410 CE
  7. Felix V: 1439-1449 CE

Wednesday, 3 August 2011 7 types of poetry

  1. Blank Verse
  2. Haiku
  3. Tanka
  4. Doggerel
  5. Allegory
  6. Limerick
  7. Sonnet

Tuesday, 2 August 2011 7 grade I listed windmills

  1. Bembridge Windmill
  2. Bocking Windmill
  3. Davinson's Mill
  4. Drinkstone Windmill
  5. Keston Windmill
  6. Outwood Windmill
  7. Union Mill

Monday, 1 August 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Ottoman
  2. Luxembourg
  3. Silver
  4. Caretaker
  5. CERN
  6. Sherry, Merry, Derry
  7. 2

Sunday, 31 July 2011 7 component parts from something

The question is, from what?

Saturday, 30 July 2011 7 Play School presenters

  1. Brian Cant
  2. Johnny Ball
  3. Rick Jones
  4. Chloe Ashcroft
  5. Toni Arthur
  6. Fred Harris
  7. Floella Benjamin

Friday, 29 July 2011 7 most raced Formula 1 tracks

  1. Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy - 60
  2. Circuit de Monaco, Monaco - 58
  3. Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium - 46
  4. Silverstone, England - 45
  5. Nürburgring, Germany - 40
  6. Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Canada - 32
  7. Hockenheimring, Germany - 32
Numbers correct at time of posting

Thursday, 28 July 2011 7 pun fuelled business names

  1. Curl Up and Dye - Hair salon
  2. The Codfather - Fish & chips shop
  3. Snip Doggy Dog - Dog grooming parlour
  4. Flock Off - Producers of pigeon spikes for buildings
  5. Get Stuffed - Taxidermists
  6. Napoleon Boiler Parts - Plumbing supplies
  7. Past Caring - Antiques shop

Wednesday, 27 July 2011 7 award winners from the 2011 International Cheese Awards

  1. Single Caerphilly. Block - Joseph Heler Cheese
  2. Single Sheep Milk Cheese with Additives - Bradbury & Son
  3. Best Showdressed Farmhouse / Traditional Cheese - AL & FL Appleby
  4. Traditional Mozzarella. Made from either cows or buffalo milk with a minimum moisture content of 60% - Lactalis McLelland
  5. Cheese with Health Benefits - Non Hard Cheese (excluding Low Fat, Half Fat and Reduced Fat), but includes Omega, Reduced Sodium, Calcium Enriched etc. - Shirevale
  6. Best cheese made by a student attending a recognised Dairy or Food Technology Course or a Novice Cheesemaker with less than two years cheesemaking experience in a UK Creamery/Dairy. - Dairy Crest Ltd, Davidstow
  7. Branded New Retail Pack Innovation - new pack design, presentations, new size and layout of any natural cheese product for consumer purchase. Pack new to the market in 2009/10 Branded packaging only - ULN UK Ltd

Tuesday, 26 July 2011 7 sewing machine manufacturers

  1. Singer
  2. Bernina
  3. Janome
  4. Brother
  5. Toyota
  6. Frister and Rossmann
  7. Pfaff

Monday, 25 July 2011 7 alternative questions to the answers we got right in this weeks University Callenge

  1. The first spaceworthy Space Shuttle in NASA's orbital fleet?
  2. Initial member of Steps that broke off to form a duo with Clair Richards?
  3. He made the gadgets for James Bond?
  4. Manufacturer of GPS devices, named after a Portugese explorer?
  5. ? = MC2?
  6. Film directed by Baz Luhrmann, staring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes?
  7. A beverage which rhymes with the prong of a fork, a large coniferous tree, and a pure waveform

Sunday, 24 July 2011 7 Demolition Machines

  1. Cat 938G
  2. Hitachi ZX500LC UHD
  3. Hitachi ZX460LCH BE
  4. Komatsu PC200LC-7
  5. Cat 307C
  6. Kumatsu PC78US-6
  7. Brokk 800P

Saturday, 23 July 2011 7 founders of large companies

  1. Henry John Heinz
  2. Richard Hellmann
  3. William Henry "Boss" Hoover
  4. Will Keith Kellogg
  5. William Henry Smith
  6. John Cadbury
  7. Edmund Crosse and Thomas Blackwell

Friday, 22 July 2011 7 dishes we had at the Royal Siam tonight

  1. Satay Gai - Skewers of tender marinated chicken with peanut sauce
  2. Goong Talai - Steamed Tiger Prawns with special spicy fresh chilli sauce and coriander
  3. Kanom Pang Na Goong - Deep fried mince prawn on toast, served with sweet and sour plumb sauce
  4. Gaeng Panang - Aromatic smooth Panang curry with coconut milk and caffir lime leaves served with chicken
  5. Gai Pad Med Ma Mamung - Stir-fried crispy chicken with cashew nuts, chilli oil and roasted dry chillies
  6. Gaeng Pah - Thai spicy jungle curry with vegetables, young peppers and Thai herbs, served with chicken
  7. Gaeng Massaman - Thai massaman curry with coconut milk, potatoes and onion, served with chicken

Thursday, 21 July 2011 7 facts about Vostok station, Antarctica

  1. Vostok Research Station is located at 78°27′51.92″S 106°50′14.38″E, about 1,300 km from the Geographic South Pole
  2. Vostok station was established on 16 December 1957
  3. Vostok station lies at 3,488m above sea level
  4. The polar night at Vostok station lasts 130 days, from mid April to late August, including 80 days of total darkness
  5. The station typically contains 25 scientists and engineers in the summer. In winter, their number drops to 13
  6. The lowest recorded temperature at Vostok station was -89.2C
  7. The highest recorded temperature at Vostok station was -12.2C

Wednesday, 20 July 2011 7 Mexican Wrestlers

  1. Black Abyss
  2. Alfonso Dantés
  3. Mini Psicosis
  4. Fishman
  5. La Mascara
  6. Extreme Tiger
  7. Dark Ozz

Tuesday, 19 July 2011 7 of Snoopy's Siblings

  1. Andy
  2. Marbles
  3. Spike
  4. Olaf
  5. Molly
  6. Rover
  7. Belle

Monday, 18 July 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Death of a Salesman
  2. Fermentation
  3. Toe
  4. Tuning Fork
  5. 1353
  6. Marlene Dietrich
  7. Lust

Sunday, 17 July 2011 7 noir authors

  1. Carroll John Daly
  2. Dashiell Hammett
  3. Raymond Chandler
  4. Chester Himes
  5. Mickey Spillane
  6. Sue Grafton
  7. Walter Mosley

Saturday, 16 July 2011 7 operas by mozart

  1. Apollo et Hyacinthus
  2. Ascanio in Alba
  3. Lucio Silla
  4. Le nozze di Figaro
  5. Don Giovanni
  6. Così fan tutte
  7. Die Zauberflöte

Friday, 15 July 2011 7 references to 519

  1. 5:19 - Song by Matt Wertz
  2. 5:19 - Children's TV programme on BBC switch
  3. 519 - Area code of southwestern Ontario
  4. USS LST 519 - American battleship
  5. Year 519 - Cerdic becomes king of Wessex
  6. Publication 519 - U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens
  7. The Ricoh 519 Delux - A fixed lens range finder camera from Japan

Thursday, 14 July 2011 7 Heterographs

  1. Mare - Mayor
  2. Grown - Groan
  3. Brews - Bruise
  4. Frays - Phrase
  5. Mood - Mooed
  6. Soared - Sword
  7. Side - Sighed

Wednesday, 13 July 2011 7 facts about Venezuela

  1. The currency of Venezuela is the Bolívar fuerte
  2. The tallest waterfall in the world, Angel Falls, is in Venezuela
  3. The capital Caracas has the second greatest homicide rate of any large city in the world, with 92 homicides per 100,000 residents
  4. Venezuela was the first Spanish American colony to declare independence, in 1811
  5. Venezuela translates to "Little Venice" in Spanish and Italian
  6. the flor de mayo orchid is Venezuela's national flower
  7. 73% of Venzuelan's live less than 100 kilometres (62 miles) from the coast

Tuesday, 12 July 2011 7 things that have changed the music industry over the past 5 years

  1. Digital Downloads
  2. Streaming
  3. Individual Track Purchasing
  4. Freemium Model
  5. Podcasting
  6. Social Networks
  7. Self Publishing

Monday, 11 July 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. Graphite
  2. Rhine
  3. Muscadet
  4. 2003
  5. Butterfly
  6. JS Bach
  7. 2000

Sunday, 10 July 2011 7 sentence review of 'From Paris with Love'

  1. Jonathan Rhys Meyers carries a vase of cocaine.
  2. Trademark Luc Besson car chase.
  3. Awesome but highly infeasible rocket launcher action.
  4. John Travolta's beard.
  5. High body count.
  6. Home-made mint tea.
  7. Non-stop all action thrill ride.

Saturday, 9 July 2011 7 natural dyes

  1. Alder Bark - Orange
  2. Turmeric - Yellow
  3. Acacia Wood - Brown
  4. Juniper Mistletoe - Grey
  5. Indigo Plants - Blue
  6. Brazilwood - Purple
  7. Munjeet - Red
  8. Prickly Pear Cactus - Pink

Friday, 8 July 2011 7 Space Shuttle Abort Landing Sites

  1. Myrtle Beach International Airport, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  2. Pease Air National Guard Base, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
  3. St John's International Airport, St Johns, Newfoundland
  4. CFB Goose Bay, Labrador
  5. Halifax Stanfield International Airport, Halifax, Nova Scotia
  6. Zaragoza Air Base, Spain
  7. RAF Fairford, England

Thursday, 7 July 2011 7 TV programmes featuring Bill Oddie

70 today, Happy Birthday B'loddie :)

  1. Springwatch
  2. How to Watch Wildlife
  3. Wild In Your Garden
  4. Birding with Bill Oddie
  5. Britain Goes Wild with Bill Oddie
  6. Bill Oddie Goes Wild
  7. The Goodies

Wednesday, 6 July 2011 7 animals with prehensile appendages

  1. Hands - Monkeys
  2. Claws - Cats
  3. Tails - Geckos
  4. Tongues - Giraffes
  5. Nose - Elephants
  6. Lips - Rhinos
  7. Tentacles - Octopuses

Tuesday, 5 July 2011 7 Varieties of Spam (the foodstuff)

  1. Spam Classic
  2. Spam Hot & Spicy - with Tobasco
  3. Spam Lite - "33% less calories and 50% less fat" (note: FEWER calories!!!)
  4. Spam Spread - "if you're a spreader, not a slicer"
  5. Spam Mild - Umm mild?? Because Spam is so spicy
  6. Spam with Cheese - Sounds delightful
  7. Spam Golden Honey Grail???

Monday, 4 July 2011 7 questions we got right in this week's University Challenge

  1. James I
  2. Mephistopheles
  3. Hale
  4. Royal Opera House, London
  5. Hendon
  6. Singapore
  7. AK47

Sunday, 3 July 2011 7 (more) Prime Transformers

  1. Lio Convoy
  2. Vector Prime
  3. Nexus Prime
  4. Megatronus Prime
  5. Alpha Trion
  6. Liege Maximo
  7. Zeta Prime

Saturday, 2 July 2011 7 combine harvesters

  1. Claas Matador
  2. Massey Ferguson 187
  3. Ransomes 801
  4. New Holland TC 56
  5. John Deere 9560 WTS HillMaster
  6. Kubota 688Q
  7. Case IH Axial-Flow 7088

Friday, 1 July 2011 7 notable Canadians

  1. Greg Rusedski
  2. Avril Lavigne
  3. Pamela Anderson
  4. Chad Kroeger
  5. Jim Carrey
  6. Leonard Cohen
  7. Dan Aykroyd

Thursday, 30 June 2011 7 Sexy Cars IMO

  1. Shelby 350 GT
  2. Aston Martin DBS
  3. Audi TT Quatro (2007)
  4. Dodge Viper SRT-10
  5. AC Cobra
  6. Maserati Grancabrio
  7. Ferrari 458 Italia

Wednesday, 29 June 2011 7 Guitar Synthesizers

  1. SynthAxe
  2. Starr Labs Ztar
  3. Godin Multiac Jazz
  4. Yamaha EG-AG
  5. Casio PG-380
  6. Fender Mustang Pro Guitar Controller
  7. Fuji-Roland GS-500

Tuesday, 28 June 2011 7 facts about feral pigeons

  1. Feral pigeons are a recognized species of pigeon: Columba livia
  2. The feeding of feral pigeons in Trafalgar Square (London) was banned in 2003 by the then mayor Ken Livingstone
  3. The feral pigeon is derived from the domestic pigeon which was originally bred from the wild Rock Dove
  4. Because of their year-round food supply, feral pigeons will breed up to six times a year
  5. Unlike their cousins, the wood pigeon, feral pigeons do not nest in trees, prefering damaged properties, lofts and even exposed water tanks
  6. Because of their increasing numbers in inner city areas, avian contraceptives have been used in some urban areas such as 'OvoControl P'
  7. Because of the abundance of pigeons in New York City, the Red-Tailed Hawk has begun to appear in the city

Monday, 27 June 2011 7 bands from Glastonbury that I enjoyed

  1. Pendulum
  2. Janelle Monáe
  3. Jessie J
  4. Beyoncé
  5. U2
  6. Plan B
  7. Everything Everything

Sunday, 26 June 2011 7 of my Dad's smaller sculptures

Saturday, 25 June 2011 7 bands with body parts in their names

  1. Elbow
  2. The Flaming Lips
  3. Finger Eleven
  4. Bat for Lashes
  5. Tapping the Vein
  6. Talking Heads
  7. Kidneythieves

Friday, 24 June 2011 7 facts about the Great Fire of London

As this is post 1666, here are 7 facts about the tragic events of London 1666

  1. The fire started at Thomas Farrier's bakery on Pudding Lane
  2. The fire destroyed 70000 of the cities 80000 inhabitants homes
  3. Amazingly only 6 deaths were recorded, although there were probably many more that weren't recorded amongst the poor and middle-classes
  4. The heat from the fire melted the iron locks and chains of the city gates
  5. The fire burned for 4 days straight
  6. The fire eventually burned itself out when it reached the stone walls of the city
  7. After the fire Christopher Wren designed 51 churches, including St Paul's to replace ones destroyed in the blaze

Thursday, 23 June 2011 7 things I've learned to do since having a bicycle

  1. Replace a gear cable
  2. Replace both sets of brakes
  3. Remove and replace the gear cogs
  4. Fix wobbly handlebars
  5. Change the gear ratios
  6. Repair an inner-tube
  7. Replace an inner-tube after the repair failed

Wednesday, 22 June 2011 7 active DNS public root zones

If you don't know what a root zone is you can find out more information here

  1. Public-Root
  2. OpenNIC
  3. Qnect
  4. 42registry
  5. New.net
  6. UnifiedRoot
  7. Global-Anycast

Tuesday, 21 June 2011 7 amazing things that have been witnessed in our gardens

  1. The discovery of a Japanese Crested Iris in the garden
  2. The ladybird pupa monsters metamorphosing
  3. Mottle, the Blackbird nicking some cat-food that we leave out for the hedgehog
  4. Sherman the Wood Pigeon falling in the pond
  5. Pretty, the Duck knocking on the patio window with her beak to point out the the dish on the patio was out of seed
  6. The Lazarus rose that has flowered in the front garden after it was unsuccessfully uprooted and moved to the back garden
  7. Red Kites swooping down to take food from the plinth we built for them

Monday, 20 June 2011 7 chocolate-coated marshmallow treats

  1. Chocolate Teacakes - UK
  2. MallowPuffs - New Zealand
  3. Besos de Moza (Kiss of a Girl) - Peru
  4. Whippets - Canada
  5. Schokokuss (Chocolate Kiss)- Germany
  6. Mohrenköpfe (Moor's Heads) - Switzerland
  7. Flødebolle (Cream Bun) - Denmark

Sunday, 19 June 2011 7 recent artworks by the Errant Artist

Check out both her blogs at The Errant Artist and Ten Thousand Things. Well worth the visit.
Cosmic Cephalopod
141
Abrito
Trauma
Building Blocks
Hunter's Retreat
The Room

Saturday, 18 June 2011 7 facts about Vincent Van Gogh

  1. In his lifetime he only sold 1 painting
  2. He painted one of his most famous works, The Starry Night, whist staying in an asylum in France
  3. He had the nickname of Fou-Rou meaning crazy redhead
  4. He produced 39 self portraits
  5. Prior to becoming a painter, Van Gogh was a clerk in a bookstore, an art salesman, and a preacher
  6. Contrary to popular belief, Van Gogh did not cut his ear off, only a small portion of his right earlobe after a quarel with Paul Gauguin
  7. He died from a self inflicted gunshot wound

Friday, 17 June 2011 7 varieties of apricot

Today's list was suggested to me by JK. Thanks for the idea :)

  1. Hargrand - Very large, firm apricot. Mid season harvest
  2. Puget Gold - Medium sized apricot low in acid. Mid to late season harvest
  3. Tomcot - Large sweet apricot with orangy flesh. Early harvest
  4. Wenatchee Moorpark - Large oval apricot with orange-yellow flesh. Mid season harvest
  5. Blenheim - Medium to large apricot with yellow-orange juicy flesh. Early to mid season harvest
  6. Apium - Medium to large fruit with clear yellow skin. Late harvest
  7. Moongold - Plum-size apricot with golden skin and flesh. Early to mid season harvest

Thursday, 16 June 2011 7 non-computing products made by IBM

Today is the 100th Anniversary of the formation of IBM. Happy birthday :)

  1. IBM 954 Facsimile Posting Machine - 1952
  2. IBM Shoebox Voice Recognition - 1962
  3. IBM Electric Scoreboard - 1949
  4. IBM Style 5011 Electric Coffee Mill - 1920
  5. IBM Hydrogen Peroxide Analyzer - 1982
  6. Norden Bombsight - 1938
  7. M1 Carbine Rifle - 1941

Wednesday, 15 June 2011 7 longest birds of various bird orders

  1. Waterfowl - Trumpeter Swan (1.82m)
  2. Pigeons - Victoria Crowned Pigeon (85cm)
  3. Birds of Prey - Eurasian Black Vulture (1.19m)
  4. Songbirds - Common Raven (70cm)
  5. Trogons - Resplendent Quetzal (60cm)
  6. Gamebirds - Wild Turkey (1.3m)
  7. Parrots - Hyacinth Macaw (1.2m)

Tuesday, 14 June 2011 7 Musicians/Bands that have been sued for Plagiarism

  1. Chuck Berry sued The Beach Boys - Sweet Little Sixteen vs Surfin' USA
  2. The Chiffons sued George Harrison - He's So Fine vs My Sweet Lord
  3. Richie Valens sued Led Zeppelin - Ooh! My Head vs Boogie with Stu
  4. Huey Lewis sued Ray Parker Jr - I Want a New Drug vs Ghostbusters
  5. Britney Spears sued Lee Hyori - Do Something vs Get Ya
  6. The Rubinoos sued Avril Lavigne - I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend vs Girlfriend
  7. Stevie Wonder sued Oasis - Uptight (Everything's Alright) vs Step Out

Monday, 13 June 2011 7 amazing facts about Graphene

  1. It is lighter, stronger, harder and more flexible than steel.
  2. A sheet of graphene absorbs only 2.3 percent of light that lands on it.
  3. It has a current density a million times greater than copper.
  4. Graphine can stretch up to 20 percent of it's length, but is stiffer than diamond.
  5. It is the best thermal conductor known to man.
  6. Graphene is the most impermeable material ever discovered. Even helium atoms cannot squeeze through.
  7. Sheets of graphene oxide are hightly effective at killing E.Coli.

Sunday, 12 June 2011 7 types of helmet

Saxon Burial Helmet
Pith Helmet
Zukinnari Kabuto
Barbute Sallet
Corinthian Helmet
Montefortino Helmet
Waterloo Helmet

Saturday, 11 June 2011 7 National Trust places we've visited

  1. Upton House
  2. Stowe Landscape Gardens
  3. Westbury Court Garden
  4. Croome
  5. Berrington Hill
  6. Buscot Park
  7. Croft Castle

Friday, 10 June 2011 7 Portugese wine regions

  1. Alentejano
  2. Beiras
  3. Duriense
  4. Minho
  5. Península de Setúbal
  6. Terras Madeirenses
  7. Transmontano

Thursday, 9 June 2011 7 long reining current monarchs

  1. King Bhumibol Adulyadej - Thailand - 65 years
  2. Queen Elizabeth II - UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand - 59 years, 123 days
  3. Sultan Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah - Malaysia - 52 years 330 days
  4. Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah - Brunei - 43 years, 247 days
  5. King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu - Zulu People - 42 years, 265 days
  6. Sultan Qaboos bin Said al Said - Oman - 40 years 321 days
  7. Queen Margrethe II - Denmark - 39 years, 146 days

Wednesday, 8 June 2011 7 books by George Orwell

  1. Down and Out in Paris and London
  2. A Clergyman's Daughter
  3. The Road to Wigan Pier
  4. Homage to Catalonia
  5. Coming Up for Air
  6. Animal Farm
  7. Nineteen Eighty-Four

Tuesday, 7 June 2011 7 fortified foods

  1. Some Breakfast Cereals - B Vitamins and Iron
  2. Milk - Vitamin D
  3. Marmite - B Vitamins and Folic Acid
  4. Bovril - B Vitamins
  5. Flour - Iron
  6. Some Orange Juices - Calcium
  7. Some Pasta - Omega 3

Monday, 6 June 2011 7 geographic observations and facts

  1. Although it appears bigger on most 2D maps Greenland is almost 1/4 of the size of Australia. This is because of the Mercator projection with stretches land near to the poles
  2. Wrangel Island is the only island that is split across the 180° longitude line
  3. Australia bares a striking resemblance to the Black Sea in shape
  4. The Mull of Kintyre test was an unofficial guideline used by the British Board of Film Classification in the UK to decide whether an image of a man's penis could be shown. (The angle of dangle)
  5. Samoa is planning to move the international date line to the east to be in the same day as Australia and New Zealand
  6. Lesotho, Vatican City, and San Marino are the only countries completely surrounded by another country
  7. Glaciers store between 70% and 80% of all the freshwater on the planet

Sunday, 5 June 2011 7 Romani words that have made their way into English

  1. Chav - Boy
  2. Cushti - Good
  3. Pal - Friend
  4. Kharzy - Toilet
  5. Spiv - Dodgy Character
  6. Nark - Informant
  7. Wonga - Money

Saturday, 4 June 2011 7 British Bats

  1. Bechstein's Bat
  2. Greater Horseshoe Bat
  3. Common Pipistrelle Bat
  4. Daubenton's Bat
  5. Noctule Bat
  6. Barbastelle Bat
  7. Serotine Bat

Friday, 3 June 2011 7 Jazz Clubs

  1. Ronnie Scott's, London
  2. Birdland, New York
  3. Sunset/Sunside, Paris
  4. Blue Note Jazz Club
  5. 606 Club, London
  6. Jazz Café, London
  7. Buddha Bar, Worldwide

Thursday, 2 June 2011 7 domains that are yet to be registered

  1. keepingitreem.com
  2. llamakarma.com
  3. feedmepies.com
  4. frisbeehead.com
  5. totaltroughs.com
  6. ratemygoldfish.com
  7. rowtheboata.com

Wednesday, 1 June 2011 7 Formula 1 team principles

Name the teams without Googling! (or any other search engine / website)

  1. Ron Dennis
  2. Stefano Domenicali
  3. Mario Theissen
  4. Vijay Mallya
  5. Franz Tost
  6. Colin Kolles
  7. John Booth

Tuesday, 31 May 2011 7 websites devoted to cats

  1. The amazing cat collection
  2. Cats in sinks
  3. My cat hates you
  4. The infinite cat project
  5. Cats that look like Hitler
  6. The daily kitten
  7. Cat in a box

Monday, 30 May 2011 7 statues of Joan of Arc

  1. François Rude - Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, France
  2. Emmanuel Frémiet - Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, USA/li>
  3. Anna Hyatt Huntington - Riverside Park, New York City, USA
  4. Paul DuBois - Rheims, France
  5. Denis Foyatier - Place du Martroi, Orléans, France
  6. Paul Manship - Smithsonian, Washington DC, USA
  7. Louis-Ernest Barrias - Bonsecours, France

Sunday, 29 May 2011 7 examples of Recursion

  1. Fractals
  2. Ackermann Function
  3. PHP - PHP Hypertext Preprocessor
  4. Unrecognized - A short story by me
  5. Oscillating Universe Theory
  6. `ln . {filename} -s` in UNIX variants
  7. See this link

Saturday, 28 May 2011 7 Albums by Gil Scott-Heron

  1. Small Talk at 125th and Lenox
  2. Pieces of a Man
  3. Free Will
  4. Winter in America
  5. First Minute of a New Day
  6. From South Africa to South Caralina
  7. It's Your World

Friday, 27 May 2011 7 of the most calorific fast foods in America

And America wonders why it has an obesity problem!

  1. Sonic Large Peanut Butter Shake - 1120 kcal
  2. McDonald's Large Deluxe Breakfast - 1140 kcal
  3. Burger King TRIPLE WHOPPER® Sandwich With Cheese - 1230 kcal
  4. Subway Double Meat Italian BMT® Footlong Sandwich - 1260 kcal
  5. Hardee's 2/3lb Double Bacon Cheese Thickburger - 1300 kcal
  6. Taco Bell Mucho Grande Nachos - 1320 kcal
  7. Dairy Queen Chicken Strip Basket, 4-piece Wild Buffalo - 1340 kcal
Special mention goes to the Subway Double Meat Italian BMT® Footlong Sandwich for it's sodium content (check the link).

Thursday, 26 May 2011 7 movies that disappointed us

  1. The Hurt Locker
  2. Solaris
  3. The Thin Red Line
  4. Max Payne
  5. Babylon A.D.
  6. Good
  7. Wanted

Wednesday, 25 May 2011 7 emotions of the Huang Ti Nei Ching

According to the Huang Ti Nei Ching, these 7 emotions, whether excessive of insufficien, can affect the body adversely.

  1. Joy
  2. Anger
  3. Sadness
  4. Grief
  5. Pensiveness
  6. Fear
  7. Fright

Tuesday, 24 May 2011 7 of my favourite oatmeal comics

  1. The likability of Angry Birds
  2. Why some emails go unanswered
  3. This is why I don't clap along
  4. This is how I feel about buying apps
  5. What it's like to own an Apple product
  6. The 10 types of crappy interviewees
  7. How to tell if your cat is plotting to kill you