Monday, January 10, 2011

Since the early 1600's, residents in a German Bavarian town -a German village tucked away 40 miles south-west of Munich at the lower edge of Bavaria- produced a play every ten years depicting the life and death of Jesus after God spared them from today's trivia result.

HINT at this BUGGER!

Leave a phenomenal clue in the comment section and help your fellow blogger along and show me what you've got :)


  1. I don't have a clue...but I think there is supposed to be a picture in this post, isn't there? But I can't see I'll come back later and check if it's working.

  2. Oh, I actually learned a song about this town and it's sister town in German class, however, I am expected to answer thusly:

    Churchly traditions allow
    The pious to act anyhow
    Ober oder under,
    The crowd roars like a thunder
    As the cruxifiction ends with a bow.

  3. Theresa, lemme check, no idea why teh pics did not stick!

    right you are Doug!

  4. Oh, with the picture up I see you were looking for a different answer. This time I'm guessing:

    For malaria, I'd fix me a tonic
    And rheumatiz, well that'll be chronic
    But for worser plagues
    Take a cross to the stage
    And nail your own savior upon it.

  5. What is that thing?! I'm sorry, but I'm no doctor, so I can't tell a bacteria from a rat's ass. ;)

  6. is ok to go a second time :)
    Theresa ... it is a get like two points for that and in this case it is the vicious little bug that causes the bubonic plaque. If your rat's ass was a was brilliant :) carried by rats, and not that I have checked...but I am sure in its hiny, too :)

  7. Yes, that was a hint. I thought that might be that, but I wasn't sure how much I could say...I didn't want to give it away.