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TheMostManlyMan
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So I've been planning on making this thread for quite awhile now, since 2012 as I recall, but as always, I procrastinated. Anywho, no, this is not a copy of Name That Song, I was taught this game in "The Real World" and played it there.

So here's how it works, someone, me to start, thinks of a dead person who must be famous. To avoid as much spam as possible, gives off certain details about him/her from the start. After that, everyone will try to guess who said dead guy is whilst asking 'yes' or 'no' questions about him. It would be preffered, so as to avoid spam, that unless you have a rather unique question, or are guessing the identity of the dead guy, that you ask more than one question per post.

E.G.
Person 1: I'm thinking of a dead male, caucasion with black hair
Person 2: did he did within the last 5 years and was a singer?
Person 1: Yes to both.
Person 2: Micheal Jackson.
Person 1: Yes. Chose your dead guy.

I'm going to start off with a dead caucasion male, black hair, was known for being on television and without further questioning I will go into no more details on what area of television.

Ask and guess away.

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Jacen96
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Did any of the records he set have nothing to do with baseball?

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pangtongshu
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Did any of the records he set have nothing to do with baseball?


Not that I can think of
Jacen96
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Was he a Yankee?

Did the team he played for ever win a major tournament when he was on the team?

Did they ever go to a major tournament?

~~~Darth Caedus

Riptizoid101
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Was he famous?

Is his signature worth a lot of money?

Was he playing baseball before 1950?

Was he playing baseball after 1950?

Is he retired?

Was he mainly a pitcher?

pangtongshu
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Was he a Yankee?


No

Did the team he played for ever win a major tournament when he was on the team?


No

Did they ever go to a major tournament?


Depends on your view of major

Was he famous?

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Famous? Yes.
As famous as he should be? Hell no. No where close.

Is his signature worth a lot of money?


Yes

Was he playing baseball before 1950?


No

Was he playing baseball after 1950?


Yes

Is he retired?


The person must be dead to qualify for this..so yes.

Was he mainly a pitcher?


Nope
Jacen96
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Depends on your view of major


championship

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pangtongshu
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It was a championship..yes

Riptizoid101
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Was he playing baseball between 1950 and 1960?

Was he playing baseball between 1960 and 1970?

Was he playing baseball between 1970 and 1980?

Was he playing baseball between 1980 and 1990?

Was he playing baseball between 1990 and 2000?

Did he break any records?

Sorry for the repetitive questions.

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Was he playing baseball between 1950 and 1960?

Was he playing baseball between 1960 and 1970?

Was he playing baseball between 1970 and 1980?

Was he playing baseball between 1980 and 1990?

Was he playing baseball between 1990 and 2000?


My mistake...I meant to say yes to pre-1950 and no to post 1950

Did he break any records?


Technically.
Andrewlolman
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are we talking about babe ruth

pangtongshu
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1) Already said no to that

2) If I was..I would've said yes to the question about record breaking

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To elaborate on my answer to record breaking question..he did technically break records..but for certain reasons, they do not/won't ever count

Jacen96
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Did he use steroids?

Did he play before records were recorded?

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Riptizoid101
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Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson, Walter Johnson, Rogers Hornsby, Sam Rice, Cy Young, Cap Anson, Tris Speaker, Lefty Grove, Ed Plank, Joe McGinnity, Roger Bresnahan, or Edd Roush?

nichodemus
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Fiddlesticks, I hate baseball.

Jacen96
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Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson, Walter Johnson, Rogers Hornsby, Sam Rice, Cy Young, Cap Anson, Tris Speaker, Lefty Grove, Ed Plank, Joe McGinnity, Roger Bresnahan, or Edd Roush?
How many of those did you get by searching the internet?

~~~Darth Caedus
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