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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

OQ #18

Visual quiz for today, folks.
1. Connect:

2. A simple connect:

3. Funda contribution: Two-D.
This is a controversial 1987 photograph by Andres Serrano. Name the photograph, and tell me why it was in the news for the wrong reasons.

4. The first picture shows the Kreditbanken in a European city, and the second picture shows the Japanese Embassy in a South American city. Connect the pictures with two specific terms.


Anonymous said...

the jesus pic is called urine jesus was immersed anderes piss

sundaram said...

3.piss christ... a plastic crucifix immersed in the photographer's urine... syndrome-captives developing a sympathy for abductors..
lima syndrome is the opposite...

Aravind \m/ said...

1. Spam?
2. Manson's murder of Sharon Tate (Roman Polanski's wife)?
3. Piss Christ (i dunno when i gave u this funda actually) :P
4. Dunno

crazylittlething said...

1) Dunno.

2) I'm guessing Dog Day Afternoon, cos the third pic says Attica.

3) This is some controversial thing, can't think what though.

4) Stockholm Syndrome!


crazylittlething said...

And the other term in 4 is the reverse, captor feeling positive feelings towards captive!

Aditya said...

1. That dude's Rossum, and he developed the programming language Python, also the second pic is of Monty Python and the Flying Circus, connect: Python

2. First is the picture of the dude who inspired Dog Day Afternoon, the last looks like the prison he went to, and the second guy looks like his 'wife', so, i'm going for Dog Day Afternoon

3. Piss Christ da, someone told me this funda recently, forget who.
The photographer took a picture of this crucifix in his own piss.

4. along the lines of Dog Day Afternoon, Stockholm Syndrome da, and the second must Lima Syndrome, the converse of the Stockholm Syndrome

Arjun said...

1)the guy who developed python and monty python. connect is python.

2) Could only recognise the attica prison. so guessing dog day afternoon.