Tuesday, April 8, 2014

A to Z Blog Challenge: The Letter G




The Write Game's Theme 
AtoZ Blog Challenge
2014

Stuff I Learned or Laughed at from Bloggers in the 2013 A to Z Challenge .

All you gots to do is identify the Mystery Blogger each day. I’ll give you hints when I can. I'll post the answers and the winner each Monday.

Visitors (one each week) can win: 

Week 2) an ebook of Alligators Overhead 
Week 3)an ebook of Sliding On The Edge 
Week 4) an ebook of The Princess of Las Pulgas 
 (If you already have one of the prizes, I'll figure something else out!)

BY

1) identifying the most bloggers correctly=2 points.  
2) leaving witty comments=1 point or more depending on glibness
3) adding to the information and making it more valuable=2 points 


TIES WILL BE BROKEN BY MY CAT. SHE'S FAIR AND IMPARTIAL.UNLESS CATNIP IS INVOLVED, THEN SHE GOES WITH THE BEST SUPPLIER.

http://warearthissue2010.blogspot.com/2010/08/strait-of-gibraltar-floating-bridge.html


Mystery Blogger G’s 2013 theme: “Innovations"

G is for Straights of Gibraltar Floating Bridge

"In 2004 Eugene Tsui, an architect from the United States published his design for the Strait of Gibraltar Floating Bridge, the longest bridge in the world." 

Who was it? HINT: This blogger loves wormholes.


SIGN UP or VISIT the others who are on this AtoZ Challenge and check out the HOSTS:



Arlee Bird @ Tossing it Out
Tina @ Life is Good
Damyanti @ Amlokiblogs
Jeremy @ Being Retro
Nicole Ayers - The Madlab Post
Innovations


55 comments:

  1. Hey human and amazing author n'stuff, Lee,

    G and Gosh. And wormholes reminds me of Stephen Tremp. "G" is for Glib Gary's Generous Garbage.

    Penny, the pawsitive host of the Alphabark Challenge, 2014!

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    1. You got here before Alex! Didn't you go to bed last night?

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    2. Hey there, my favourite human,

      I did have a doggy nap. Your pawst popped up, so to speak. Getting here before Alex is quite the feat. Did you know he comments on my site before the blog is pawblished? Kinda' scary, I reckon.

      Penny, the pawsitive host of the Alphabark Challenge, 2014!

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  2. Wormholes you say? It's gotta be Stephen Tremp. :)

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  3. Wormholes is synonimous to stephen tremp.

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    1. You guys know each other so well, don't you?

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    1. This is the first time you haven't gotten here ahead of everyone else. Are you ok?

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  5. Well with the wormhole clue it's got to be Stephen Tremp. :)

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    1. Hi Julie. Loving your theme this year and making notes. I've got to see Martha's Vineyard.

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  6. First I assumed it was Stephen Tremp, and then I convinced myself it had to be someone with the letter G, and then I remembered the Straits of Gibraltar Floating Bridge, and now I'm back to Stephen Tremp. I sure hope it's him because I'm officially out of ideas.

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    1. You are over-thinking this! Love it. See you later today, Lynda.

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  7. Without even thinking, I'm gonna say Stephen Tremp, who had a wormhole bloggfest the other day. Thought of L. Daine Wolfe too for some reason, but I'm pretty sure it's Stephen. BTW, that floating bridge is awesome.

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  8. Stephen Tremp is the wormhole dude, so it has to be him.

    The floating bridge is pretty cool. It looks a little like an anchor.

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    1. Steven is definitely associated with wormholes!

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  9. I had never heard of this, but I had to click over and learn more. Wow, what an amazing concept!

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    1. Love what I learn while visiting other bloggers.

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  10. I know this one. Stephen Tremp, super guy!

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  11. This is the wild and wooly, and big Einstein fan, Stephen Tremp! He never met a wormhole he didn't like. ;)

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  12. What a crazy original idea that thar bridge. I think the blogger of the day hath been uncovered.

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    1. Quite different and really amazing.

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  13. If I guessed, I'd have to cheat of the other commenters and that's just not right.

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  14. See I want to say Stephen Tremp, but he doesn't start with a G. Is the person supposed to start with the letter?

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    1. No. It's the blogger's G post from last year.

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  15. His Wormhole Blogfest
    Was simply the best...
    Stephen Tremp!

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  16. Hi Lee - oh yes .. Stephen .. and I thought it was going to be Rhonda Alborn, who travelled the world with her family in 2012 .. ah well .. better find out about this post of Stephen's ..

    Cheers Hilary

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  17. I've known Stephen too many years not to know that's him.

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  18. And galaxies today...among other interesting and intellectual science stuff. Yes, a very interesting candidate for you wonderfully, quizzical A - Z Challenge Blog Trivia Game.

    M. J.
    A - Z Co-Host
    http://mjjoachim.blogspot.com
    http://effectivelyhuman.blogspot.com
    http://lotsofcrochetstitches.blogspot.com

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    1. We are in touch with some very talented and knowledgeable people.

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  19. The floating bridge looks cool. I've never heard of it before.

    It must be Stephen.

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    1. Super science or space and you know who it is.

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  20. I haven't heard of the Floating Bridge. I wonder if it's spooky driving across with it floating on the water.

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  21. I blame my lack of knowledge for not knowing abt Floating Bridge.
    But what i do know is I like your blog :)

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  22. Wormholes. I'm trying to think about the answer while blocking out the image of wormholes. Not working.
    Deb@ http://debioneille.blogspot.com

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  23. Oh, that has to be Stephen Tremp. Fun stuff. I looked at your book trailer, today, too. Nicey done.
    Play off the Page

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  24. I'm not familair with last year's A-to-Zers but I'm enjoying this year. :)

    Yvonne

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  25. Great clue. I have no idea! I am trying to remember the themes from last year. I know M.Pax loves all things in space... :) Wormholes are fascinating.
    ~Jess

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  26. I'm way late and it's looks like Stephen is in the lead. I'm really curious about your cat. I mean mine loves catnip, but he would still be unfair even if not high. Actually he's nicer when on drugs.

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  27. It has to be Stephen Tremp, he loves his wormholes!

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  28. I maybe late to the party, but wormhole=Stephen Tremp!

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  29. I love wormholes too! I wish I could create one right now to go back in time and catch up on all my comments. It probably wouldn't work that way though. I'd probably end up in deep space or something. :)

    Random Musings from the KristenHead — F is for 'Fringe' and 'Firefly': First-class Sci-fi Shows

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